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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information

www.3Com.com Part Number: 10015624 Rev. AA Published November 2006 Mfg BOM No: 3122A01Q

3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information

Table of Contents
1. Product Overview............................................................................................3
3Com Router 3000 Family...........................................................................................................3 3Com Router 3000 DSL Family...................................................................................................3 3Com Router 5000 Family...........................................................................................................4 3Com Router 6000 Family...........................................................................................................5

2. Regulatory Compliance Information .............................................................6
Regulatory Compliance Standards for 3Com Router 3000, 3000 DSL, 5000 and 6000 Family ......................................................................................................................................6 CISPR 22 Compliance ...............................................................................................................16

3. Safety Information.........................................................................................17
Overview ....................................................................................................................................17 Conventions Used .................................................................................................................17 General Requirements ..........................................................................................................18 High Voltage ..........................................................................................................................19 Laser ..........................................................................................................................................20 General Laser Information.....................................................................................................20 Laser Safety Guidelines ........................................................................................................21 Handling Fibers .....................................................................................................................21 Miscellaneous ............................................................................................................................21 Lifting Heavy Objects.............................................................................................................21 Sharp Objects........................................................................................................................21 Interface Card Installation and Removal ...............................................................................22 Routing of Signal Lines..........................................................................................................22

4. Sicherheitsinformationen.............................................................................23
Überblick ....................................................................................................................................23 Symbolerläuterung ................................................................................................................23 Allgemeine Anforderungen ....................................................................................................24 Elektrische Sicherheit ................................................................................................................25 Hochspannung ......................................................................................................................25 Zuleitung ................................................................................................................................25 Werkzeuge ............................................................................................................................26 Bohren ...................................................................................................................................26 Gewitter .................................................................................................................................26 Elektrostatische Entladung ....................................................................................................26 Laser ..........................................................................................................................................27 Allgemeine Informationen zum Laser....................................................................................27 Richtlinien für den sicheren Umgang mit dem Laser ............................................................28 Handhabung der Fasern........................................................................................................28 Sonstiges ...................................................................................................................................28 Anheben schwerer Gegenstände..........................................................................................28 Scharfkantige Gegenstände ..................................................................................................28 Einsteckplatinen ....................................................................................................................29 Zusammenlegen von Signalleitungen ...................................................................................29

5. Telecom Compliance Information................................................................30
Voice Module Compliance .........................................................................................................30 Australia .....................................................................................................................................30

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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information

1. Product Overview
3Com Router 3000 Family
3Com Router 3012, 3013, 3015, 3016, 3018 & 3036 The 3Com Router 3000 family is designed in fixed platform for branch office with attractive price to performance ratio. The routers support integrated Fast Ethernet (FE) interfaces, AUX ports and console (Async) port. 3Com Router 3036 In addition, each of the following routers has dedicated WAN interfaces as described below: 3Com Router 3012: 3Com Router 3013: 3Com Router 3015: 3Com Router 3016: 3Com Router 3018: 2 Sync/Async serial ports

1 Sync/Async serial port & 1 ISDN BRI S/T interface
1 Sync/Async serial ports & 1 ISDN BRI U interface 1 T1/CT1/PRI interface 1 E1/CE1/PRI interface

3Com Router 3000 DSL Family
3Com Router 3030, 3031, 3032, 3033, 3034, 3035, 3040 & 3041 The 3Com Router 3000 DSL family is designed in fixed platform for high speed DSL interface with attractive price to performance ratio. The routers support integrated 4 Fast Ethernet (FE) interfaces, AUX ports and console (Async) port. In addition, each router has its dedicated WAN interfaces as being described below: 3Com Router 3030: 3Com Router 3031: 3Com Router 3032: 3Com Router 3033: 3Com Router 3034: 3Com Router 3035: 3Com Router 3040: 3Com Router 3041: 1 ADSL over POTS 1 ADSL over POTS & 1 ISDN BRI S/T 1 ADSL over POTS 1 G.SHDSL 1 G.SHDSL & 1 ISDN BRI S/T 1 ADSL over ISDN & 1 ISDN BRI S/T 1 ADSL2+over POTS 1 ADSL2+over POTS & 1 ISDN BRI S/T

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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information

3Com Router 5000 Family
The 3Com Router 5009 & 5012 are designed with a modular structure which can support not only integrated Fast Ethernet (FE) interfaces, AUX and Console ports, but also abundant optional Smart Interface Cards (SICs) and Multifunction Interface Modules (MIMs). The Router 5009 & 5012 deliver high cost-performance ratio while compared with similar products. Therefore, it can serve as not only an access router in a large-sized branch but also a core router in a small-andmedium-sized Intranet. The Router 5012 is a rack-mounted 5009 with 32 Mbytes of flash memory. The 3Com Router 5231, 5640 & 5680 has 8 MB flash memory. 5231 has 3 MIM slots, 5640 has 4 MIM slots and 5680 has 8 MIM slots. The 3Com Router 5232, 5642 & 5682 has 32 MB flash memory. They share the same slot configurations as 5231, 5640 & 5680. All the 5000 routers in this class have integrated AUX & Console ports and 5231/5232 also has 2 built-in 10/100 ports. These routers offer high performance with high scalability which can be used for Regional Office and Head Quarters. 3Com Router 5000 Family supports the following Smart Interface Cards (SICs): 1-port 10/100 SIC (SIC-1FE) 1-port Serial SIC (SIC-1SA) 2-port ISDN S/T SIC (SIC-2BS) 1-port Fractional T1 SIC (SIC-T1-F) 1-port Fractional E1 SIC (SIC-E1-F) 1-port Analog Modem (SIC-AM) 1-Port ADSL2+ SIC ( SIC-1ADSL) 3Com Router 5000 Family supports a large number of Multi-function Interface Modules (MIMs) which are listed below: LAN interface module 1-port 10/100 Ethernet interface module (1FE) 2-port 10/100 Ethernet interface module (2FE) WAN interface module 4-port Serial MIM (4SA) 4-port Enhanced Serial MIM (4SAE) 2-port Channelized E1/PRI MIM (2E1) 4-port Channelized E1/PRI MIM (4E1) 2-port Channelized T1 MIM (2T1) 4-port ISDN S/T MIM (4BS) 1-port ADSL MIM (1ADSL) 2-port ADSL MIM (2ADSL) 1-port Channelized T3 MIM (1CT3) 1-port Channelized E3 MIM (1CE3)

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3Com Router 6000 Family
The 3Com Router 6040 (4-slot) and 6080 (8-slot) offer high performance and high scalability. They are targeted at core router applications in medium- to large-size intranets. This router family supports redundant power supplies and a large number of high-performance hot-swappable Flexible Interface Cards (FICs) which are listed below: LAN interface module 1-port 100BASE-FX MM interface module (1MFX) 1-port 100BASE-FX SM interface module (1SFX) 2-port 10/100 interface module (2FE) WAN interface module 4-port Enhanced Serial FIC (4SAE) 8-port Enhanced Serial FIC (8SAE) 4-port Channelized E1/PRI FIC (4E1) 8-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC (8E1) 4-port Channelized T1/PRI FIC (4T1) 2-port ADSL (over POTS) FIC (2ADSL) 4-port Fractional T1 FIC (4T1-F) 4-port Fractional E1 FIC (4E1-F) 1-port OC-3 ATM, MM FIC (1ATM-OC3MM) 1-port OC-3 ATM, SM FIC (1ATM-OC3SM) 1-port OC-3 ATM, SML FIC (1ATM-OC3SML) 1-port Channelized E3 FIC (1CE3) 2-Port Channelized E3 FIC (2CE3) 2-Port E1-Voice FIC (2E1V1) 1-port Channelized T3 FIC (1CT3) 4-Port ISDN-S/T FIC (4BSE)

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2. Regulatory Compliance Information
Regulatory Compliance Standards
Regulatory Compliance Standards for 3Com Router 3000, 3000 DSL, 5000 and 6000 Family

Discipline EMC

Standards FCC Part 15 (CFR 47) Class A (Class B for Router 3000 & 3000 DSL ) CISPR22 Class A (Class B for Router 3000 & 3000 DSL Family) EN55022 Class A (Class B for Router 3000 & 3000 DSL Family) ICES-003 Class A (Class B for Router 3000 & 3000 DSL Family) EN55024 EN300 386 V1.2.1 EN 61000-3-2 EN 61000-3-3 EN 61000-4-2 EN 61000-4-3 EN 61000-4-4 EN 61000-4-5 EN 61000-4-6 EN 61000-4-11 IEC 60950-1999 UL 60950 CAN/CSA-C22.2 NO. 60950-00 EN 60950-2000 AS/NZS 60950-2000

Safety

European Directive Compliance

The following products comply with the European Low Voltage Directive 73/23/EEC and EMC Directive 89/336/EEC as amended by European Directive 93/68/EEC.
SIC-1FEA 3Com Router 1-Port 10/100 SIC [3C13712] Router 3036 [3C13636] 10/100 LAN Router 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10/100BASE-T MIM [3C13761] NDEC 3Com Router Encryption Accelerator MIM [3CR13771-75] RPU Router 6000 RPU [3C13804] RPU2 Router 6000 RPU2 [3C13805] Router 6000 RPU2 Encryption Accelerator [3CR13806-75] NDEC2 3Com Router NDEC2 Encryption Accelerator FIC [3CR13873-75] 2FXS 3Com Router 2-Port FXS FIC [3C13890] 4FXS 3Com Router 4-Port FXS FIC [3C13891] 3Com Router 1-Port GbE Fiber FIC [3C13879]

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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information The following products comply with the European Radio and Telecommunication Terminal Equipment Directive 1999/5/EC
Equipment 3000 Series Router 3012 [3C13612] Router 3013 [3C13613] Router 3018 [3C13618] Router 3030 [3C13630] Router 3031 [3C13631] Router 3032 [3C13632] 5000 Series Router 5009 [3C13700] For Connection to Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) ISDN Basic Rate S/T interfaces ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (2.048Mbps) and E1 leased lines ADSL over POTS interfaces ADSL over POTS and ISDN Basic Rate S/T interfaces ADSL over ISDN interfaces Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35), plus dependant on installed modules Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35), plus dependant on installed modules Dependant on installed modules Dependant on installed modules Dependant on installed modules Dependant on installed modules Dependant on installed modules Dependant on installed modules Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) ISDN Basic Rate S/T interfaces ISDN Basic Rate U interfaces Equipment Router 3033 [3C13633A] Router 3034 [3C13634A] Router 3035 [3C13635] Router 3040 [3C13640] Router 3041 [3C13641] For connection to G.SHDSL interfaces G.SHDSL interfaces and ISDN Basic Rate interfaces ADSL over ISDN and ISDN Basic Rate interfaces ADSL2+ over POTS ADSL2+ over POTS and ISDN Basic Rate interfaces

Router 5012 [3C13701]

Router 5231 [3C13750]

Router 5232 [3C13751]

Router 5640 [3C13754]

Router 5642 [3C13755]

Router 5680 [3C13758]

Router 5682 [3C13759]

SIC-1SA 3Com Router 1-Port Serial SIC [3C13714] SIC-2BS 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN S/T SIC [3C13716] SIC-2BU 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN U SIC [3C13718]

SIC-1AM 3Com Router 1-Port Analog Modem SIC [3C13724] 2SAE 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13762] 4SA 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13763] 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13764] 2E1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13765] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13766] 4BS 3Com Router 4-Port ISDN S/T MIM [3C13767] 2T1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized T1/PRI MIM [3C13769] 1ADSL 3Com 1-Port ADSL MIM [3C13770] 2ADSL 3Com 2-Port ADSL MIM [3C13772] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized T3 MIM [3C13775]

Analog PSTN interfaces

Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (2.048Mbps) and E1 leased lines ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (2.048Mbps) and E1 leased lines ISDN Basic Rate S/T interfaces ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (1.544Mbps) and T1 leased lines ADSL over POTS interfaces ADSL over POTS interfaces T3 leased lines (44.736Mbps)

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Equipment SIC-T1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional T1 SIC [3C13720] SIC-E1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional E1 SIC [3C13722] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port FT3/CT3 MIM [3C13775A] 6000 series Router 6040 [3C13840] For Connection to T1 (1.544Mbps and fractional) leased lines E1 (2.048Mbps and fractional) leased lines T3 leased lines (44.736Mbps) Equipment 1CE3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized E3 MIM [3C13777] SIC-1SAE 3Com Router 1-Port Enhanced Serial SIC [3C13715] SIC-1ADSL 1-Port ADSL2+ SIC [3C13719] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC [3C13866] 4T1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized T1/PRI FIC [3C13870] 2ADSL 3Com Router 2-Port ADSL FIC [3C13872] 1ATM-OC3MM 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM MM FIC [3C13882] 1ATM-OC3SM 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM SM FIC [3C13884] 1ATM-OC3SML 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM SML FIC [3C13886] 1CE3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized E3 FIC [3C13888] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized T3 FIC [3C13889] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port FT3/CT3 FIC [3C13889A] 2E&M 3Com Router 2-Port E&M FIC [3C13895] 4E&M 3Com Router 4-Port E&M FIC [3C13896] 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 POS FIC [3C13881] 3Com OC3 SM SFP Transceiver [3CSFP71] For connection to E3 leased lines (34.368Mbps) Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) ADSL over POTS interfaces

Dependant on installed modules Dependant on installed modules T1 (1.544Mbps and fractional) leased lines E1 (2.048Mbps and fractional) leased lines Fiber LAN interfaces

ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (2.048Mbps) and E1 leased lines ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (1.544Mbps) and T1 leased lines ADSL over POTS interfaces SDH STM-1 or SONET OC-3 interfaces (155Mbps) SDH STM-1 or SONET OC-3 interfaces (155Mbps) SDH STM-1 or SONET OC-3 interfaces (155Mbps) E3 leased lines (34.368Mbps) T3 leased lines (44.736Mbps) T3 leased lines (44.736Mbps) Analog PSTN interfaces Analog PSTN interfaces SDH STM-1 or SONET OC-3 interfaces (155Mbps) SDH STM-1 or SONET OC-3 interfaces (155Mbps)

Router 6080 [3C13880]

4T1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional T1 FIC [3C13821] 4E1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional E1 FIC [3C13823] 1MFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX MM FIC [3C13860] 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10BASE-T/100BASAETX FIC [3C13861] 1SFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX SM FIC [3C13862] 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13863] 8SAE 3Com Router 8-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13864] 2FXO 3Com Router 2-Port FXO FIC [3C13893] 4FXO 3Com Router 4-Port FXO FIC [3C13894] E1VI 3Com Router 1-Port E1 Voice FIC [3C13897] T1VI 3Com Router 1-Port T1 Voice FIC [3C13898]

LAN interfaces

Fiber LAN interfaces

Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) Serial WAN interfaces (X.21, V.24, V.35) Analog PSTN interfaces Analog PSTN interfaces E1 (2.048Mbps) leased lines T1 (1.544Mbps) leased lines

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Equipment 8E1 3Com Router 8-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC 3C13867 2CE3 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized E3 FIC 3C13867 For Connection to ISDN Primary Rate Interfaces (2.048Mbps) and E1 leased lines E3 leased lines (34.368Mbps) Equipment 4BSE 3Com Router 4-Port ISDN-S/T FIC 3C13865 2E1V1 3Com Router 2-Port E1Voice FIC 3C13899 For connection to ISDN Basic Rate S/T interfaces E1 (2.048Mbps) leased lines

Intended use: Data router with WAN and LAN interfaces RTTE Directive declaration statements:
Česky [Czech] Dansk [Danish] Deutsch [German] Eesti [Estonian] English Español [Spanish] Ελληνική [Greek] Français [French] Italiano [Italian] Latviski [Latvian] Lietuvių [Lithuanian] Nederlands [Dutch] Malti [Maltese] Magyar [Hungarian] Polski [Polish] Português [Portuguese] Slovensko [Slovenian] Slovensky [Slovak] Suomi [Finnish] 3Com Coporation tímto prohlašuje, že tento Router device je ve shodě se základními požadavky a dalšími příslušnými ustanoveními směrnice 1999/5/ES. Undertegnede 3Com Corporation erklærer herved, at følgende udstyr Router device overholder de væsentlige krav og øvrige relevante krav i direktiv 1999/5/EF. Hiermit erklärt 3Com Corporation, dass sich das Gerät Router device in Übereinstimmung mit den grundlegenden Anforderungen und den übrigen einschlägigen Bestimmungen der Richtlinie 1999/5/EG befindet. Käesolevaga kinnitab 3Com Corporation seadme Router device vastavust direktiivi 1999/5/EÜ põhinõuetele ja nimetatud direktiivist tulenevatele teistele asjakohastele sätetele. Hereby, 3Com Corporation, declares that this Router device is in compliance with the essential requirements and other relevant provisions of Directive 1999/5/EC. Por medio de la presente 3Com Corporation declara que el Router device cumple con los requisitos esenciales y cualesquiera otras disposiciones aplicables o exigibles de la Directiva 1999/5/CE. ΜΕ ΤΗΝ ΠΑΡΟΥΣΑ 3Com Corporation ΔΗΛΩΝΕΙ ΟΤΙ Router device ΣΥΜΜΟΡΦΩΝΕΤΑΙ ΠΡΟΣ ΤΙΣ ΟΥΣΙΩΔΕΙΣ ΑΠΑΙΤΗΣΕΙΣ ΚΑΙ ΤΙΣ ΛΟΙΠΕΣ ΣΧΕΤΙΚΕΣ ΔΙΑΤΑΞΕΙΣ ΤΗΣ ΟΔΗΓΙΑΣ 1999/5/ΕΚ. Par la présente 3Com Corporation déclare que l'appareil Router device est conforme aux exigences essentielles et aux autres dispositions pertinentes de la directive 1999/5/CE. Con la presente 3Com Corporation dichiara che questo Router device è conforme ai requisiti essenziali ed alle altre disposizioni pertinenti stabilite dalla direttiva 1999/5/CE. Ar šo 3Com Corporation deklarē, ka Router device atbilst Direktīvas 1999/5/EK būtiskajām prasībām un citiem ar to saistītajiem noteikumiem. Šiuo 3Com Corporation deklaruoja, kad šis Router device atitinka esminius reikalavimus ir kitas 1999/5/EB Direktyvos nuostatas. Hierbij verklaart 3Com Corporation dat het toestel Router device in overeenstemming is met de essentiële eisen en de andere relevante bepalingen van richtlijn 1999/5/EG. Hawnhekk, 3Com Corporation, jiddikjara li dan Router device jikkonforma mal-ħtiġijiet essenzjali u ma provvedimenti oħrajn relevanti li hemm fid-Dirrettiva 1999/5/EC. Alulírott, 3Com Corporation nyilatkozom, hogy a Router device megfelel a vonatkozó alapvetõ követelményeknek és az 1999/5/EC irányelv egyéb elõírásainak. Niniejszym 3Com Corporation oświadcza, że Router device jest zgodny z zasadniczymi wymogami oraz pozostałymi stosownymi postanowieniami Dyrektywy 1999/5/EC. 3Com Corporation declara que este Router device está conforme com os requisitos essenciais e outras disposições da Directiva 1999/5/CE. 3Com Corporation izjavlja, da je ta Router device v skladu z bistvenimi zahtevami in ostalimi relevantnimi določili direktive 1999/5/ES. 3Com Corporation týmto vyhlasuje, že Router device spĺňa základné požiadavky a všetky príslušné ustanovenia Smernice 1999/5/ES. 3Com Corporation vakuuttaa täten että Router device tyyppinen laite on direktiivin 1999/5/EY oleellisten vaatimusten ja sitä koskevien direktiivin muiden ehtojen mukainen.

A copy of the signed Declaration of Conformity can be downloaded from: Router 3000 series: http://support.3com.com/doc/3000series_EU_DOC.pdf Router 5000 series: http://support.3com.com/doc/5000series_EU_DOC.pdf Router 6000 series: http://support.3com.com/doc/6000series_EU_DOC.pdf

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USA Regulatory Compliance Class A Devices
The following components meet FCC Part 15 Class A requirements:
5000 Series Router 5009 [3C13700] SIC-1FEA 3Com Router 1-Port 10/100 SIC [3C13712] SIC-1SA 3Com Router 1-Port Serial SIC [3C13714] SIC-2BS 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN S/T SIC [3C13716] SIC-2BU 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN U SIC [3C13718] SIC-T1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional T1 SIC [3C13720] SIC-E1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional E1 SIC [3C13722] SIC-1AM 3Com Router 1-Port Analog Modem SIC [3C13724] 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10/100BASE-T MIM [3C13761] 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10BASE-T/100BASAETX FIC [3C13861] 1SFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX SM FIC [3C13862] 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13863] 8SAE 3Com Router 8-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13864] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC [3C13866] 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 PSO FIC [3C13881] 2SAE 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13762] 4SA 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13763] 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13764] 2E1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13765] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13766] 4BS 3Com Router 4-Port ISDN S/T MIM [3C13767] 2T1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized T1/PRI MIM [3C13769] 1ADSL 3Com 1-Port ADSL MIM [3C13770] 4T1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized T1/PRI FIC [3C13870] 2ADSL 3Com Router 2-Port ADSL FIC [3C13872] 1ATM-OC3MM 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM MM FIC [3C13882] 1ATM-OC3SM 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM SM FIC [3C13884] 1ATM-OC3SML 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM SML FIC [3C13886] 3Com Router 1-Port GbE Fiber FIC [3C13889A] NDEC 3Com Router Encryption Accelerator MIM [3CR13771-75] 2ADSL 3Com 2-Port ADSL MIM [3C13772] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized T3 MIM [3C13775] 1CE3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized E3 MIM [3C13777] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized FT3/CT3 MIM [3C13775A] SIC-1SAE 3Com Router 1-Port Enhanced Serial SIC [3C13715] SIC-1ADSL 1-Port ADSL2+ SIC [3C13719]

Router 5012 [3C13701]

Router 5231 [3C13750]

Router 5232 [3C13751]

Router 5640 [3C13754]

Router 5642 [3C13755]

Router 5680 [3C13758]

Router 5682 [3C13759]

6000 series Router 6040 [3C13840]

Router 6080 [3C13880]

4T1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional T1 FIC [3C13821] 4E1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional E1 FIC [3C13823] 1MFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX MM FIC [3C13860] NDEC2 3Com Router NDEC2 Encryption Accelerator FIC [3CR13873-75]

1CE3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized E3 FIC [3C13888] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized T3 FIC [3C13889] RPU 3Com Router 6000 RPU [3C13804] RPU2 3Com Router 6000 RPU2 [3C13805] 3Com Router 6000 RPU2 Encryption Accelerator [3CR1380675] 1CT3 3Com Router FT3/CT3 FIC [3C13889A]

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2FXS 3Com Router 2-Port FXS FIC [3C13890] 2E&M 3Com Router 2-Port E&M FIC [3C13895] 3Com Router OC3 SM SFP Transceiver [3CSFP71] 2E1V1 3Com Router 2-Port E1Voice FIC 3C13899 4FXS 3Com Router 4-Port FXS FIC [3C13891] 4E&M 3Com Router 4-Port E&M FIC [3C13896] 8E1 3Com Router 8-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC 3C13867 2FXO 3Com Router 2-Port FXO FIC [3C13893] E1VI 3Com Router 1-Port E1 Voice FIC [3C13897] 4BSE 3Com Router 4-Port ISDN-S/T FIC 3C13865 4FXO 3Com Router 4-Port FXO FIC [3C13894] T1VI 3Com Router 1-Port T1 Voice FIC [3C13898] 2CE3 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized E3 FIC 3C13867

FCC Part 15 Class A Verification Statement: This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by 3Com could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Class B Devices
The following components meet FCC Part 15 Class B requirements:
3000 series Router 3012 [3C13612] Router 3013 [3C13613] Router 3015 [3C13615] Router 3016 [3C13616] Router 3018 [3C13618] Router 3030 [3C13630] Router 3031 [3C13631] Router 3032 [3C13632] Router 3033 [3C13633A] Router 3034 [3C13634A] Router 3035 [3C13635] Router 3036 [3C13636] Router 3040 [3C13640]

FCC Part 15 Class B Compliance Statement: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.

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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information The user may find the following booklet prepared by the Federal Communications Commission helpful: The Interference Handbook This booklet is available from the U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. Stock No. 004-000-0034504. 3Com is not responsible for any radio or television interference caused by unauthorized modification of these devices, or the substitution or attachment of connecting cables and equipment other than specified by 3Com. The correction of interference caused by such unauthorized modification, substitution or attachment will be the responsibility of the user. FCC Part 15 Class B Declaration of Conformity 3Com Corporation 350 Campus Drive Marlborough, MA 01752-3064, USA (508) 323-5000 Date: April 14, 2006 Declares that the Product: Brand Name: 3Com Corporation Model Number:
Router 3012 [3C13612] Router 3013 [3C13613] Router 3015 [3C13615] Router 3016 [3C13616] Router 3018 [3C13618] Router 3030 [3C13630] Router 3033 [3C13633A] Router 3034 [3C13634A] Router 3035 [3C13635] Router 3036 [3C13636] Router 3040 [3C13640]

Equipment Type: Data Routers Complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

3Com Routers 3012, 3013, 3015, 3016, 3018 3Com Routers 3030, 3031, 3032, 3035, 3036 3Com Routers 3040

Changes or modifications not expressly approved by 3Com could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

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Part 68 Compliance
The products listed below comply with Part 68 of the FCC Rules and the requirements adopted by ACTA. On the bottom of this equipment is a label that contains, among other information, a product identifier in the format US:AAAEQ##TXXXX. If requested this number must be provided to the telephone company.
Equipment Router 3015 [3C13615] Router 3016 [3C13616] USOC (Universal Service Ordering Codes) RJ41 RJ48C SOC (Service Order Codes) 6.0N 6.0N 9.0F 9.0F 6.0N 6.0N FIC (Facility Interface Codes) 02IS5 04DU9.BN, 04DU9.DN, 04DU9.1KN, 04DU9.1SN METALLIC METALLIC 02IS5 04DU9.BN, 04DU9.DN, 04DU9.1KN, 04DU9.1SN 04DU9.BN, 04DU9.DN, 04DU9.1KN, 04DU9.1SN 04DU9.BN, 04DU9.DN, 04DU9.1KN, 04DU9.1SN 04DU9.BN, 04DU9.DN, 04DU9.1KN, 04DU9.1SN METALLIC

Router 3030 [3C13630] RJ11C Router 3040 [3C13640] RJ11C Router 5009, 5231, 5640, 5680 SIC-2BU RJ41 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN U SIC [3C13718] SIC-T1-F RJ48C 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional T1 SIC [3C13720] 2T1 RJ48C 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized T1/PRI MIM [3C13769] Router 6040, 6080 4T1-F RJ48C 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional T1 FIC [3C13821] 4T1 RJ48C 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized T1/PRI FIC [3C13870] 2ADSL RJ11C 3Com Router 2-Port ADSL FIC [3C13872]

6.0N

6.0F

6.0F

9.0Y

This equipment contains FCC compliant modular jacks. It is designed to be connected to the telephone network or premises wiring using compatible modular plugs and cabling that comply with the requirements of Part 68 rules. If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company will notify you in advance that temporary discontinuance of service may be required. But if advance notice isn't practical, the telephone company will notify the customer as soon as possible. Also, you will be advised of your right to file a complaint with the FCC if you believe it is necessary. The telephone company may make changes in its facilities, equipment, operations or procedures that could affect the operation of the equipment. If this happens the telephone company will provide advance notice in order for you to make necessary modifications to maintain uninterrupted service. For repair or warranty information please contact 3Com Corporation. See “OBTAINING SUPPORT FOR YOUR PRODUCT” in your Installation Manual. If the equipment is causing harm to the telephone network the telephone company may request that you disconnect the equipment until the problem is resolved. Only the manufacturer or its authorized agents can make repairs to this equipment. In the event that this equipment requires service, contact your equipment vendor or the manufacturer.

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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information This equipment does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user. Connection to party line service is subject to state tariffs. Contact the state public utility commission, public service commission or corporation commission for information. If your home has specially wired alarm equipment connected to the telephone line, ensure the installation of this equipment does not disable your alarm equipment. If you have questions about what will disable alarm equipment, consult your telephone company or a qualified installer.

UL 60950 Compliance:
The 3Com Router 3000, 3000 DSL, 5000 and 6000 Family Routers comply with the requirements of UL60950 and bear the Underwriters Laboratories Inc. listing mark

Canada Regulatory Compliance Class A Devices
The following components meet Industry Canada ICES-003 Class A requirements:
5000 Series Router 5009 [3C13700] SIC-1FEA 3Com Router 1-Port 10/100 SIC [3C13712] SIC-1SA 3Com Router 1-Port Serial SIC [3C13714] SIC-2BS 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN S/T SIC [3C13716] SIC-2BU 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN U SIC [3C13718] SIC-T1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional T1 SIC [3C13720] SIC-E1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional E1 SIC [3C13722] SIC-1AM 3Com Router 1-Port Analog Modem SIC [3C13724] 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10/100BASE-T MIM [3C13761] 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10BASE-T/100BASAETX FIC [3C13861] 1SFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX SM FIC [3C13862] 2SAE 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13762] 4SA 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13763] 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13764] 2E1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13765] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13766] 4BS 3Com Router 4-Port ISDN S/T MIM [3C13767] 2T1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized T1/PRI MIM [3C13769] 1ADSL 3Com 1-Port ADSL MIM [3C13770] 4T1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized T1/PRI FIC [3C13870] 2ADSL 3Com Router 2-Port ADSL FIC [3C13872] NDEC 3Com Router Encryption Accelerator MIM [3CR13771-75] 2ADSL 3Com 2-Port ADSL MIM [3C13772] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized T3 MIM [3C13775] 1CE3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized E3 MIM [3C13777] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized FT3/CT3 MIM [3C13775A] SIC-1SAE 3Com Router 1-Port Enhanced Serial SIC [3C13715] SIC-1ADSL 1-Port ADSL2+ SIC [3C13719]

Router 5012 [3C13701]

Router 5231 [3C13750]

Router 5232 [3C13751]

Router 5640 [3C13754]

Router 5642 [3C13755]

Router 5680 [3C13758]

Router 5682 [3C13759]

6000 series Router 6040 [3C13840]

Router 6080 [3C13880]

1CE3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized E3 FIC [3C13888] 1CT3 3Com Router 1-Port Channelized T3 FIC [3C13889]

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4T1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional T1 FIC [3C13821] 4E1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional E1 FIC [3C13823] 1MFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX MM FIC [3C13860] NDEC2 3Com Router NDEC2 Encryption Accelerator FIC [3CR13873-75] 2FXS 3Com Router 2-Port FXS FIC [3C13890] 2E&M 3Com Router 2-Port E&M FIC [3C13895] 3Com Router OC3 SM SFP Transceiver [3CSFP71] 2E1V1 3Com Router 2-Port E1Voice FIC 3C13899 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13863] 8SAE 3Com Router 8-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13864] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC [3C13866] 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 PSO FIC [3C13881] 4FXS 3Com Router 4-Port FXS FIC [3C13891] 4E&M 3Com Router 4-Port E&M FIC [3C13896] 8E1 3Com Router 8-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC 3C13867 1ATM-OC3MM 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM MM FIC [3C13882] 1ATM-OC3SM 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM SM FIC [3C13884] 1ATM-OC3SML 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 ATM SML FIC [3C13886] 3Com Router 1-Port GbE Fiber FIC [3C13889A] 2FXO 3Com Router 2-Port FXO FIC [3C13893] E1VI 3Com Router 1-Port E1 Voice FIC [3C13897] 4BSE 3Com Router 4-Port ISDN-S/T FIC 3C13865 RPU 3Com Router 6000 RPU [3C13804] RPU2 3Com Router 6000 RPU2 [3C13805] 3Com Router 6000 RPU2 Encryption Accelerator [3CR1380675] 1CT3 3Com Router FT3/CT3 FIC [3C13889A] 4FXO 3Com Router 4-Port FXO FIC [3C13894] T1VI 3Com Router 1-Port T1 Voice FIC [3C13898] 2CE3 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized E3 FIC 3C13867

This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conform à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

Class B Devices
The following components meet Industry Canada ICES-003 Class B requirements:
3000 series Router 3012 [3C13612] Router 3013 [3C13613] Router 3015 [3C13615] Router 3016 [3C13616] Router 3018 [3C13618] Router 3030 [3C13630] Router 3031 [3C13631] Router 3032 [3C13632] Router 3033 [3C13633A] Router 3034 [3C13634A] Router 3035 [3C13635] Router 3036 [3C13636] Router 3040 [3C13640]

This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conform à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.

CS-03 Compliance
The products listed below meet the applicable Industry Canada technical specifications.
Router 3015 [3C13615] Router 3016 [3C13616] Router 3030 [3C13630] SIC-2BU 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN U SIC [3C13718] SIC-T1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional T1 SIC [3C13720] 2T1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized T1/PRI MIM [3C13769] 4T1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional T1 FIC [3C13821] 4T1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized T1/PRI FIC [3C13870] 2ADSL 3Com Router 2-Port ADSL FIC [3C13872]

Router 3040 [3C13640]

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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information NOTICE: The Industry Canada (IC) label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets the telecommunications network protective, operational, and safety requirements as prescribed in the appropriate Terminal Equipment Technical Requirements document(s). The department does not guarantee the equipment will work to the user's satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, users should ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. The equipment must also be installed using an acceptable method of connection. The user should be aware that compliance with the above conditions might not prevent degradation of service in some situations. Repairs to certified equipment should be coordinated by a representative designated by the supplier. Any repairs or alterations made by the user to this equipment, or equipment malfunctions, may give the telecommunications company cause to request the user to disconnect the equipment. This equipment does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the user. Users should ensure for their own protection that the electrical ground connections of the power utility, telephone lines, and internal metallic water pipe system, if present, are connected together. This precaution may be particularly important in rural areas. Caution: Users should not attempt to make such connections themselves, but should contact the appropriate electrical inspection authority or electrician, as appropriate. The Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) is an indication of the maximum number of devices allowed to be connected to a telephone interface. The termination on an interface may consist of any combination of devices subject only to the requirement that the sum of the RENs of all the devices does not exceed five.

CISPR 22 Compliance
3Com Router 5000 and 6000 Family comply with the requirements of CISPR 22 for Class A Information Technology Equipment (ITE) and 3Com Router 3000 and 3000 DSL Family comply with CISPR 22 Class B.

Warning: For a class A or B product, in a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference, in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures.

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3. Safety Information
Overview
This section introduces part of the safety precautions that should be followed during the installation and maintenance of the 3Com Router 3000, 3000 DSL, 5000, and 6000 Family. Note: Before any operation is performed, please read the operation instructions and precautions carefully to minimize the possibility of accidents. The Note, Caution, Warning and Danger items in other manuals do not cover all safety precautions that should be followed. They are only the supplements to the safety precautions for operations as a whole. Therefore, the personnel in charge of the installation and maintenance of the 3Com products are required to understand these basics of safety operation. In performing various operations, please follow the local safety regulations. The safety precautions introduced in the product manuals are supplementary and subject to the local safety regulations. When various operations are executed on the products, the precautions and special safety instructions provided by 3Com must be followed to the full. The personnel in charge of the installation and maintenance of the 3Com products must be trained as to r the proper operating methods and all safety precautions. Only the trained and qualified personnel can perform operations such as equipment installation and maintenance.

Conventions Used The symbols in this manual are shown in the following table. They are used to remind the reader of the safety precautions during equipment installation and maintenance.
Table 1-1 Safety symbol and description Safety Symbol Description Generic alarm symbol: To suggest a general safety concern. ESD protection symbol: To suggest electrostaticsensitive equipment. Electric shock symbol: To suggest a danger of high voltage. Safety precautions are classified into the following levels: Danger, Warning, Caution and Note. Danger: Suggests the possibility of a fatal accident or body injury if safety precautions are ignored. Warning: Suggests the possibility of a major accident or severe injury, or equipment damage, if safety precautions are ignored. Caution: Suggests the possibility of a severe injury, or that the equipment may be damaged, if safety precautions are ignored. Note: Suggests the possibility of an injury or equipment damage, if safety precautions are ignored.

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General Requirements
In order to reduce the technically unavoidable residual risk to a minimum, it is imperative to follow the rules below: Read all the instructions before operation. The unit/system must be installed/used in the restricted accession location. When installing the unit, always make the ground connection first and disconnect it last. Do not block ventilation openings while the system is on, and keep at least 5 cm distance from ventilation openings and walls or other things which may block the openings. Never defeat the ground conductor or operate the equipment in the absence of a suitably installed ground conductor. Contact the appropriate electrical inspection. The unit/system must be permanently connected to the protective ground before operation. The cross-section of protective earthing conductor shall be at least 4mm2. The device applies to TN power systems. The plug-socket combination must be accessible at all times because it serves as the main disconnecting device. To reduce the risk of fire, use only No. 26 AWG or larger telecommunication line cord. No operation can be done on the device and cables when lightning. To avoid electric shock, do not connect safety extra-low voltage (SELV) circuits to telephonenetwork voltage (TNV) circuits. When moving or lifting the router, lift the chassis by grasping its lower edges. For safety of the user and the equipment, it is not recommended to wear jewelry or watches during the operation of the device. Installation, configuration and disassembly must be done only by trained personnel in accordance with the documents concerned. The unit/system must be operated by experts and authorized users only. Any replacement or change to the system or parts of the system (including the software) must be done by qualified personnel. Any fault and error that might affect safety must be reported immediately by the user to the person in charge. Removal or disabling of any safety features, troubleshooting, and maintenance of the equipment must be done by qualified personnel only. All parts of the document must be followed. The document also serves as a guide to the selection of measuring and test equipment.

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Electrical Safety
High Voltage

Danger: High voltage power supply offers electric power for equipment operation. Direct contact or indirect contact (via damp objects) with high voltage and AC mains supply may result in fatal danger. During installation of the AC power supply assembly, local safety regulations must be followed. The personnel who install the AC facility must be qualified for high voltage and AC operations. Conducting articles, such as a watch, hand chain, bracelet and ring are prohibited during the operation. When operation is performed in a damp environment, make sure that water is kept away from the equipment.

Warning: Non-standard and improper high voltage wiring may result in fire and electric shock. Therefore, AC cable installation and wiring must follow the local rules and regulations. The personnel who perform high voltage operations should be qualified for high voltage and AC operations.

Electrostatic Discharge

Caution: The electrostatic (static electricity) generated by human body may damage the electrostaticsensitive components on the circuit board, such as large-scale integrated (LSI) circuits. The human body moving, friction on clothes, friction between shoes and the ground, holding ordinary plastic with hands, will generate a static electricity field that will remain with the human body for a long time. Before touching the equipment, hand-holding, circuit boards, or ASICs, a grounded electrostatic discharge (ESD) wrist strap should be worn to prevent the sensitive components from being damage by the electrostatic in human body.

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Diagram of wearing electrostatic protection wrist strap

Laser
The laser hazard level of this equipment is Class 1

Warning: When performing installation and maintenance operations of optical fibers, you should not stand close to, or look into the optical fiber outlet directly with unaided eyes.

General Laser Information
Laser transceiver/ transmitter are used in optical transmission system and associated test instruments. The wavelength of the laser is above 780nm, and lower than 1600nm. Because the laser being transmitted through the optical fiber produces a small beam of light, it has very high power density and is invisible to human eyes. When a beam of light enters the eye, retinal may be burned. The damage mechanism at the wavelengths used in telecommunications is thermal in origin i.e., damage caused by heating. Therefore, a specific amount of energy is required for a definite time to heat an area of retinal tissue. Lasers used in lightwave systems have a larger beam divergence, typically 10 to 20 degrees. Inadvertently viewing an un-terminated fiber or damaged fiber with the unaided eye at distances greater than 150 mm (6 inches) will normally not cause eye injury. However, damage may occur if an optical instrument such as a microscope, magnifying glass or eye loupe is used to view the energized fiber end. In its normal operating mode, a lightwave system is totally enclosed and presents no risk of eye injury. Additional safety is achieved by the implementation of an Automatic Laser Shut-down (ALS) of the system. The ALS, however, can be applied for bi-directional transmission only. If the receiver side does not detect the laser from the transmission side, it will give the transmission side a signal, so the ALS will shutdown the laser emission in less than 100ms.

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Laser Safety Guidelines
Read the following guidelines to avoid laser radiation: Read the relevant instructions before installation, operation and maintenance the equipment. Ignoring the instructions can cause in exposure to dangerous laser radiation. Eye-protective glasses are recommended when you are handling lasers or fibers. All the operation shall be performed by authorized personnel who satisfactorily completed an approved training course. Make sure that the optical source is switched off before disconnecting optical fiber connectors. Before opening the front door of an optical transmission system, always take care that you are not exposed to laser radiation. Never look into the end of an exposed fiber or an open connector as long as you are not sure whether the optical source is switched on or off. Please use optical power meter to check that the optical source is switched off by measuring the optical power. Never use optical instrument such as a microscope, magnifying glass or eye loupe to view the optical connector or fiber.

Handling Fibers
Read the instructions before handling fibers. Cutting and splicing fibers must be performed by trained personnel only. Before cutting or splicing the fibers, always verify the fiber is disconnected from the optical source. After disconnect the fiber, all the optical connectors must be protected by a protecting cap.

Miscellaneous
Lifting Heavy Objects

Warning: When lifting heavy objects, it is prohibited to stand or walk under the arm or the lifted object.

Sharp Objects

Warning: When the equipment is carried by hand, protection gloves should be worn to avoid injury by sharp objects.

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Interface Card Installation and Removal
Note: When plugging the interface card , the operator should not push it too hard, otherwise the pins on the backplane may be distorted.

The board should be inserted along the slot guide. Try to avoid contact between he circuit sides of the board and other boards, which will result in short-circuit or scratch. When holding a board in hand, do not touch the board circuit, components, connectors, and connection slots.

Routing of Signal Lines
Note: Signal lines should be routed separately from high current lines or high voltage line. The spacing of the binding should be 150mm at minimum.

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4. Sicherheitsinformationen
Überblick
Dieser Abschnitt macht Sie mit den Sicherheitsvorschriften vertraut, die Sie bei der Installation und Instandhaltung der Ausrüstung von 3Com beachten müssen. Anmerkung: Lesen Sie bitte alle Arbeitsanweisungen und Sicherheitshinweise sorgfältig durch, bevor Sie mit dem Arbeiten beginnen. Nur durch Beachtung dieser Hinweise lässt sich das Unfallrisiko minimieren. Die in anderen Handbüchern aufgeführten Symbole Anmerkung, Achtung, Warnung und Gefahr beinhalten nicht alle zu beachtenden Sicherheitshinweise. Sie dienen lediglich der Ergänzung. Deshalb muss sich das für die Installation und Instandhaltung der Ausrüstung von 3Com verantwortliche Personal mit allen Sicherheitshinweisen vertraut machen. Bei der Durchführung der verschiedenen Arbeitsschritte müssen außerdem die örtlichen Sicherheitsvorschriften beachtet werden. Die in den Handbüchern der einzelnen Produkte aufgeführten Sicherheitshinweise sind Ergänzungen und unterliegen den nationalen Sicherheitsvorschriften. Während der Arbeit mit den Produkten von 3Com sind deshalb grundsätzlich alle Sicherheitsvorschriften und spezifischen Sicherheitshinweise genau zu beachten. Das für die Installation und Instandhaltung der Produkte von 3Com verantwortliche Pesonal muss geschult werden, um alle Sicherheitsvorschriften zu kennen und die richtigen Arbeitsmethoden anwenden zu können. Nur geschultes und qualifiziertes Personal kann die Installation und Instandhaltung in korrekter Weise durchführen.

Symbolerläuterung
Die in diesem Handbuch verwendeten Symbole sind in der folgenden Tabelle dargestellt. Diese Symbole sollen das Personal während der Installation und Instandhaltung der Ausrüstung an die Wichtigkeit der im Handbuch aufgeführten Sicherheitsvorschriften erinnern. Sicherheitssymbole und Beschreibung Symbol Erläuterung Alarm: Hinweis auf ein generelles Sicherheitsproblem ESD-Schutz: Hinweis auf Beschädigung infolge elektrostatischer Entladung Elektrischer Schlag: Hinweis auf Gefährdung durch Hochspannung Laser: Hinweis auf einen starken Laserstrahl

Die Sicherheitshinweise sind in die folgenden Gefahrenstufen eingeteilt: Gefahr, Warnung, Achtung und Anmerkung. Gefahr: Hinweis auf die Möglichkeit von Unfällen mit tödlichen Verletzungen bei Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsvorschriften. Warnung: Hinweis auf die Möglichkeit von schweren Unfällen, schweren Körperverletzungen oder Beschädigungen der Ausrüstung bei Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsvorschriften.

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3Com Router Safety, Regulatory, and Compliance Information Achtung: Hinweis auf die Möglichkeit von schweren Körperverletzungen oder Beschädigungen der Ausrüstung bei Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsvorschriften. Anmerkung: Hinweis auf die Möglichkeit einer Körperverletzung oder Beschädigung der Ausrüstung bei Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsvorschriften.

Allgemeine Anforderungen
Um das technisch bedingte Restrisiko auf ein Minimum zu begrenzen, ist es unbedingt erforderlich, die folgenden Regeln zu beachten: • Lesen Sie alle Anweisungen sorgfältig durch, bevor Sie mit dem Arbeiten beginnen. • Das System muss in einem Raum installiert werden, der unbefugten Personen keinen Zutritt gestattet. • Beachten Sie, dass bei der Installation des Systems stets zuerst die Erdverbindung angebracht wird und das die Erdverbindung stets als letztes getrennt wird. • Sorgen Sie dafür, dass die Öffnungen der Ventilation zu keinem Zeitpunkt verschlossen, verstopft oder anderweitig blockiert sind. Zwischen den Ventilationsöffnungen und Wänden bzw. anderen Gegenständen muss stets ein Abstand von mindestens 5cm bestehen. • Betreiben Sie die Ausrüstung niemals ohne Erdung. Trennen Sie das System nicht von der Erdung. • Das System muss vor der ständigen Inbetriebnahme geedet werden. Der Querschnitt der Erdverbindung sollte mindestens 4mm² betragen. • Mit Wechselstrom betriebenes Modell: Das Gerät arbeitet mit einem Phase-Nullleiter-System. • Mit Gleichstrom betriebenes Modell: Für das Gerät muss eine verstärkte Isolation bereitgestellt werden, um die 61-72V-Quelle gegen die Hauptversorgung zu isolieren. • Mit Wechselstrom betriebenes Modell: Der Netzstecker muss jederzeit leicht zugänglich sein. • Da das Gerät mehrere Energiequellen hat, ist es notwendig stets alle Verbindungen zu unterbrechen, um den energiefreien Zustand zu erreichen. • Um die Brandgefahr zu minimieren dürfen ausschließlich Nr. 26 AWG oder leistungsfähigere Telekommunikationskabel verwendet werden. • Wenn die Gefahr eines Blitzeinschlages besteht, darf weder an der Vorrichtung noch an den Kabeln gearbeitet werden. • Um einen elektrischen Schlag zu vermeiden, dürfen Kleinspannungsschaltungen (SELV) nicht mit Telefonnetzwerken (TNV) verbunden werden. • Zum Anheben und Tragen der Baugruppen erfassen Sie diese bitte an den Handgriffen, die direkt an der Baugruppe angebracht sind oder umfassen Sie die untere Kante der Baugruppe. Benutzen Sie nicht die Handgriffe an den einzelnen Bausteinen, wie z. B. Stromzufuhr, Ventilator oder Karten, da diese das Gesamtgewicht des Gerätes nicht tragen können. • Nehmen Sie das Gerät nicht in Betrieb, solange das optische Fenster nicht geschlossen ist. Der Laserstrahl kann zu Augenverletzungen führen. • Aus Sicherheitsgründen dürfen bei Arbeiten mit der Ausrüstung keine Uhren, Armbänder, Ringe oder anderer Schmuck getragen werden. • Installation, Einrichtung und Demontage der Ausrüstung dürfen nur durch geschultes und qualifiziertes Fachpersonal durchgeführt werden. • Das System darf nur von qualifizierten und bevollmächtigten Fachkräften betrieben werden. • Jeder Austausch und jede Änderung am System und seinen Teilen (einschließlich der Software) darf nur vom qualifizierten und bevollmächtigten Fachpersonal von 3Com durchgeführt werden. • Jeder aufgetretene Fehler und jede Funktionsstörung, welche die Sicherheit gefährden können, müssen unverzüglich vom Betreiber dem verantwortlichen Personal berichtet werden. • Entfernen oder Abschalten von Sicherheitseinrichtungen sowie die Instandhaltung der Ausrüstung dürfen nur von qualifizierten Fachkräften durchgeführt werden. Alle Teile dieses Handbuches sind zu beachten.Das Handbuch dient gleichzeitig als Ratgeber bei der Auswahl von zusätzlichen Messinstrumenten und Testvorrichtungen.

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Elektrische Sicherheit
Hochspannung

Gefahr:
Hochspannungsleitungen stellen die für die Arbeit der Ausrüstung erforderliche Energie zur Verfügung. Direkter oder indirekter Kontakt (z. B. durch feuchte Gegenstände) mit Hochspannung und Wechselstromversorgung kann zu tödlichen Unfällen führen. • • • • Bei der Installation der Wechselstromversorgung sind die örtlichen Sicherheitsbestimmungen zu beachten. Das Personal muss besonders qualifiziert sein für das Arbeiten mit Hochspannung und Wechselstrom. Es ist nicht erlaubt während dieser Arbeiten leitende Gegenstände wie Uhren, Armbänder, Armreifen und Ringe am Körper zu tragen. Sollte sich Wasser im Baugruppenträger befinden oder der Baugruppenträger feucht sein, ist die Energiezufuhr sofort zu unterbrechen und das System abzuschalten. Muss in einer feuchten Umgebung gearbeitet werden, ist sicherzustellen, dass kein Wasser in die Ausrüstung dringen kann.

Warnung:
Die Nichtbeachtung der Sicherheitsvorschriften bei der Arbeit mit Hochspannung kann zu Feuer und elektrischem Schlag führen. Deshalb muss die Verlegung von Leitungen und Verbindungen den örtlichen Anforderungen und Sicherheitsvorschriften entsprechen. Arbeiten mit Hochspannung dürfen nur von qualifiziertem Fachpersonal durchgeführt werden.

Zuleitung

Anmerkung: Das Entfernen und Anbringen von Zuleitungen ist strengstens verboten. Kurzschlüsse zwischen innerem und äußerem Leiter können Lichtbögen oder Funkenflug verursachen, was zu Feuer oder einer Augenverletzung führen kann. • • Das System muss stets abgeschaltet werden, bevor die Zuleitung angebracht oder entfernt wird. Überprüfen Sie vor dem Anbringen der Zuleitung immer, ob das von Ihnen verwendete Kabel den Anforderungen entspricht.

Anmerkung: Für mit Gleichstrom betriebene Ausrüstung benutzen Sie bitte eine SJT 16AWG Zuleitung. Für mit Wechselstrom betriebene Ausrüstung benutzen Sie bitte eine UL1015 16 AWG Zuleitung.

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Werkzeuge

Warnung: Für Arbeiten mit Hochspannung und Wechselstrom sind Spezialwerkzeuge zu verwenden. Es ist nicht erlaubt, herkömmliche Werkzeuge oder Werkzeuge des Bedienpersonals zu benutzen.

Bohren

Warnung:
Das Anbohren des Baugruppenträgers ist verboten. Am Baugruppenträger darf nur mit Erlaubnis gebohrt werden. Um die Beschädigung der im Inneren des Baugruppenträgers verlaufenden Kabel und Leitungen zu vermeiden, sind beim Bohren die Sicherheitsanforderungen zu beachten. Beim Bohren können Metallspäne in den Baugruppenträger gelangen und Kurzschlüsse in den Leiterplatten auslösen.

Gewitter

Gefahr:
Arbeiten mit Hochspannung und Wechselstrom oder Arbeiten auf Stahltürmen und masten während eines Gewitters sind verboten. Das elektromagnetische Feld, das während eines Gewitters entsteht, kann die Elektronik beschädigen. Um die Ausrüstung vor Beschädigung durch Blitzschlag zu schützen, ist eine ordnungsgemäße Erdung erforderlich.

Elektrostatische Entladung

Achtung:
Die durch den menschlichen Körper erzeugte elektrostatische Energie (statische Elektrizität) kann die gegen elektrostatische Entladung besonders empfindlichen Teile der Leiterplatten, wie z. B. die Schaltkreise (LIC), beschädigen. • Hält man einen herkömmlichen Kunststoffgegenstand in der Hand, wird bei jeder Bewegung des menschlichen Körpers durch die Reibung der Kleidung aneinander oder durch die Reibung der Schuhe mit dem Boden ein elektromagnetisches Feld erzeugt, welches für lange Zeit im Körper bestehen bleibt. Deshalb ist es erforderlich, vor jeder Berührung der Ausrüstung, der Leiterplatten oder Schaltungen ein geerdetes Armband zur elektrostatischen Entladung zu tragen. So können die sensiblen Teile vor einer Beschädigung infolge der im Körper vorhandenen Elektrostatik geschützt werden.

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Darstellung des geerdeten Armbandes

Laser
Die von diesem Laser ausgehende Gefahr entspricht der Kategorie 1.

Warnung: Während der Installation und Instandhaltung der optischen Fasern dürfen Sie nicht zu nahe am Ausgang der optischen Fasern stehen und nicht ohne Augenschutz in die optischen Fasern sehen.

Allgemeine Informationen zum Laser
Laserempfänger und -sender werden in optischen Übertragungssystemen und in Testinstrumenten eingesetzt. Die Wellenlänge der Laserstrahlen liegt in einem Bereich oberhalb von 780nm bis 1600nm. Der Laser wird durch die optischen Fasern geleitet. In den Fasern wird das Licht zu einem dünnen Strahl gebündelt. Dieser Lichtstrahl hat eine sehr hohe Energiedichte und ist für das menschliche Auge nicht sichtbar. Trifft der Lichtstrahl das Auge führt das zu schweren Beschädigungen, wie z. B. Verbrennungen der Netzhaut. Die in der Telekommunikation verwendeten Wellenlängen verursachen thermische Schäden, d. h., Beschädigungen infolge Hitzeeinwirkung. Zu einer Beschädigung der Netzhaut kommt es, wenn eine bestimmte Energiemenge über einen definierten Zeitraum auf das Gewebe einwirkt. Laser, die in Lichtwellensystemen verwendet werden, haben eine größere Streuung des Lichtstrahls, typisch sind Werte zwischen 10° und 20°. Der versehentliche Blick in eine beschädigte oder nicht abgeschlossene optische Faser ohne Augenschutz aus einer Entfernung von mehr als 150mm wird grundsätzlich keine Verletzung der Augen zur Folge haben. Es kann aber zu Verletzungen kommen, wenn optische Instrumente, wie z. B. Mikroskope, Vergrößerungsgläser oder Lupen, benutzt werden, um das Faserende zu betrachten. Das Lichtwellensystem ist vollkommen abgeschlossen und stellt im normalen Arbeitsmodus keine Gefahr für die Augen dar. Zusätzliche Sicherheit kann jedoch erzielt werden mit der Durchführung einer automatischen Laserstilllegung (ALS). Die automatische Laserstilllegung kann nur bei einem System, das in beide Richtungen überträgt, verwendet werden. Wenn der Empfänger keinen Laserstrahl vom Sender wahrnimmt, gibt er dem Sender ein Signal, so dass das automatische Laserstilllegungssystem in weniger als 100ms die Laserausstrahlung beendet.

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Richtlinien für den sicheren Umgang mit dem Laser
Lesen Sie sich bitte die folgenden Richtlinien sorgfältig durch, um beim Umgang mit dem Laser Verletzungen durch Verstrahlung zu vermeiden. • • • • • • • • Lesen Sie alle Anweisungen, bevor Sie die Ausrüstung installieren, instandhalten und in Betrieb nehmen. Die Nichtbeachtung dieser Anweisungen kann zu gefährlicher Laserverstrahlung führen. Es wird empfohlen, während des Umgangs mit den optischen Fasern oder mit dem Laser eine Schutzbrille zu tragen. Alle Arbeiten dürfen nur von bevollmächtigtem Fachpersonal ausgeführt werden, welches zuvor erfolgreich geschult wurde. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die optische Quelle abgeschaltet ist, bevor Sie die Verbindungen der optischen Fasern abklemmen. Bevor Sie die vordere Tür eines optischen Übertragungssystems öffnen, müssen Sie sicherstellen, dass Sie keiner Laserstrahlung ausgesetzt werden können. Sehen Sie niemals in das Ende einer freigelegten Faser oder in eine offene Verbindung, wenn Sie nicht sicher sind, dass die optische Quelle auch tatsächlich abgeschaltet ist. Benutzen Sie ein Optometer, um zu messen, ob die optische Quelle tatsächlich abgeschaltet ist. Benutzen Sie niemals optische Instrumente, wie z. B. Mikroskope, Vergrößerungsgläser oder Lupen, um die Fasern oder die Verbindungen anzusehen.

Handhabung der Fasern
Lesen Sie sich die Anweisungen sorgfältig durch, bevor Sie mit den Fasern arbeiten. • Das Trennen und Verbinden von Fasern darf nur von geschultem Fachpersonal durchgeführt werden. • Vergewissern Sie sich stets vor dem Trennen und Verbinden von Fasern, dass diese auch wirklich von der optischen Quelle getrennt wurden. Nach dem Abklemmen der Fasern von der optischen Quelle müssen alle Verbindungen durch spezielle Verschlusskappen geschützt werden.

Sonstiges
Anheben schwerer Gegenstände

Warnung: Es ist verboten, unter einem angehobenen Gegenstand zu stehen oder durchzulaufen.

Scharfkantige Gegenstände

Warnung: Um sich vor Verletzungen zu schützen dürfen scharfkantige Gegenstände nur mit Schutzhandschuhen angefasst und transportiert werden.

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Einsteckplatinen

Anmerkung: Beim Einstecken einer Platine darf kein zu großer Druck ausgeübt werden, ansonsten kann es zur Verdrehung der Kontakte kommen. • Die Platine muss exakt längs zum Einschub eingeführt werden. Verhindern Sie, dass sich die Schaltkreise der Platinen berühren. Das kann zu Kurzschluss oder Kratzern auf der Platine führen. • Berühren Sie nicht mit den Fingern die Schaltkreise, Einzelkomponenten, Verbindungen und Verbindungsschlitze.

Zusammenlegen von Signalleitungen

Anmerkung: Signalleitungen sollten getrennt von Hochspannungsleitungen verlegt werden. Der Abstand zwischen den Leitungen sollte mindestens 150mm betragen.

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5. Telecom Compliance Information
Voice Module Compliance
The following voice modules are not approved for connections to the public network or PSTN, except in the European Union:
2FXS 3Com Router 2-Port FXS FIC [3C13890] 2E&M 3Com Router 2-Port E&M FIC [3C13895] 2E1V1 3Com Router 2-Port E1Voice FIC (3C13899) 4FXS 3Com Router 4-Port FXS FIC [3C13891] 4E&M 3Com Router 4-Port E&M FIC [3C13896] 2FXO 3Com Router 2-Port FXO FIC [3C13893] E1VI 3Com Router 1-Port E1 Voice FIC [3C13897] 4FXO 3Com Router 4-Port FXO FIC [3C13894] T1VI 3Com Router 1-Port T1 Voice FIC [3C13898]

Australia
The following components comply with the EMC Regulatory requirements:

N151
3Com Router 3012 [3C13612] 3Com Router 3036 [3C13636] 3Com Router 5009[3C13700] 3Com Router 5012 [3C13701] 3Com Router 5231 [3C13750] 3Com Router 5232 [3C13751] 3Com Router 5640 [3C13754] 3Com Router 5642 [3C13755] 3Com Router 5680 [3C13758] 3Com Router 5682 [3C13759] 3Com Router 6000 RPU2 Encryption Accelerator [3CR1380675] 3Com Router 1-Port GbE Fiber FIC [3C13889A] 2FXO 3Com Router 2-Port FXO FIC [3C13893] SIC-1FEA 3Com Router 1-Port 10/100 SIC [3C13712] SIC-1SA 3Com Router 1-Port Serial SIC [3C13714] 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10/100BASET MIM [3C13761] 4SA 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13763] NDEC 3Com Router Encryption Accelerator MIM [3CR13771-75] 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13764] 2SAE 3Com Router 2-Port Enhanced Serial MIM [3C13762] 2FE 3Com Router 2-Port 10BASET/100BASE-TX FIC [3C13861] 1SFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX SM FIC [3C13862] 1MFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASE-FX MM FIC [3C13860] NDEC2 3Com Router NDEC2 Encryption Accelerator FIC [3CR13873-75] 2FXS 3Com Router 2-Port FXS FIC [3C13890] 4FXO 3Com Router 4-Port FXO FIC [3C13894] 1MFX 3Com Router 1-Port 100BASEFX MM FIC [3C13860] 4SAE 3Com Router 4-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13863] 8SAE 3Com Router 8-Port Enhanced Serial FIC [3C13864] 1ATM-OC3MM 3Com Router 1-Port OC-3 ATM MM FIC [3C13882] 1ATM-OC3SM 3Com Router 1-Port OC-3 ATM SM FIC [3C13884] 1ATM-OC3-SML 3Com Router 1-Port OC-3 ATM SML FIC [3C13886] Router 6040 [3C13840] Router 6080 [3C13880] RPU 3Com Router 6000 RPU [3C13804] RPU2 3Com Router 6000 RPU2 [3C13805] 3Com Router 1-Port OC3 PSO FIC [3C13881] 4FXS 3Com Router 4-Port FXS FIC [3C13891] 2E&M 3Com Router 2-Port E&M FIC [3C13895]

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4E&M 3Com Router 4-Port E&M FIC [3C13896] SIC-1SAE 3Com Router 1-Port Enhanced Serial SIC [3C13715] E1VI 3Com Router 1-Port E1 Voice FIC [3C13897] 3Com Router OC3 SM SFP Transceiver [3CSFP71]

The following components meet both the EMC and Telecommunications Regulatory requirements:

N151 Component
3Com Router 3013 [3C13613] 3Com Router 3018 [3C13618] 3Com Router 3030 [3C13630] 3Com Router 3031 [3C13631] 3Com Router 3040 [3C13640] 3Com Router 3041 [3C13641] SIC-2BS 3Com Router 2-Port ISDN S/T SIC [3C13716] 4BS 3Com Router 4-Port ISDN S/T MIM [3C13767] 2E1 3Com Router 2-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13765] SIC-E1-F 3Com Router 1-Port Fractional E1 SIC [3C13722] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI MIM [3C13766] 4E1 3Com Router 4-Port Channelized E1/PRI FIC [3C13886] 4E1-F 3Com Router 4-Port Fractional E1 FIC [3C13823] 2ADSL 3Com Router 2-Port ADSL FIC [3C13872]

Technical Standards
AS/ACIF S031 AS/ACIF S038 AS/ACIF S043 AS/ACIF S031 AS/ACIF S043 AS/ACIF S043 AS/ACIF S031 AS/ACIF S043 AS/ACIF S031 AS/ACIF S031 AS/ACIF S016 AS/ACIF S038 AS/ACIF S016 AS/ACIF S016 AS/ACIF S038 AS/ACIF S016 AS/ACIF S038 AS/ACIF S016 AS/ACIF S043

Notes
ISDN Basic Rate ISDN Primary Rate ADSL ISDN Basic Rate ADSL ADSL2+ over POTS ISDN Basic Rate ADSL2+ over POTS ISDN Basic Rate ISDN Basic Rate - Point-to-point connections only. 2048kbit/s leased lines ISDN Primary Rate 2048kbit/s leased lines 2048kbit/s leased lines ISDN Primary Rate 2048kbit/s leased lines ISDN Primary Rate 2048kbit/s leased lines ADSL

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