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A10 Thunder Series 1040/1040S/940 ADC/

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28 August 2018
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Table of Contents

Getting Started ............................................................................................................................. 5


Inspection ...............................................................................................................................5
Interface Connections ............................................................................................................6
Thunder 1040/1040S Interfaces ...............................................................................................................7
Thunder 1040 Bypass Model Interfaces ..................................................................................................8
Bypass Feature .......................................................................................................................................8
Thunder 940 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................ 10
Using the Interface Connections ............................................................................................................ 10
LED Locations and Status Indicators..................................................................................11
Installation ............................................................................................................................12
Power-On...............................................................................................................................13

Power Supply Unit Installation ................................................................................................... 15


Overview................................................................................................................................16
DC Power Supply Installation ..............................................................................................17
Power Supply Hot Swap.......................................................................................................19
Removing a Power Supply ....................................................................................................................... 19

................................................................................................................................................... 21

Fan Hot Swap ............................................................................................................................. 23


Fan Module Location and Fan Numbers.............................................................................23
Removing a Fan Module ......................................................................................................23
Inserting a Fan Module ........................................................................................................25

Rack Mount Kit Installation ........................................................................................................ 27


Ear Bracket Installation........................................................................................................27
Front Mount Installation ........................................................................................................................... 27

Screwless Sliding Rail Kit Installation ........................................................................................ 31


Rail Kit Contents...................................................................................................................31
Sliding Rail Kit Installation...................................................................................................32
Attach the Inner Rail to the Chassis ...................................................................................................... 32
Separate the Inner Rails from the Rail Assembly ......................................................................... 32
Attach the Inner Rails to the Chassis ............................................................................................. 33
Attach the Outer Rails to the Rack Posts ............................................................................................. 34
Install the Chassis on the Rails ............................................................................................................... 36

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Power Supply Product Specifications ........................................................................................ 41


750W AC Power Supply Specifications...............................................................................41
750W DC Power Supply Specifications...............................................................................41

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Getting Started

This guide describes how to physically install the A10 Thunder Series 1040, 1040S, 1040 Bypass and
940 ADC/CGN/SSLi/CFW/TPS models, and how to configure the MGMT (management) interface for
network access to the Command-Line Interface (CLI).

This chapter contains the following topics:

• Inspection

• Interface Connections

• LED Locations and Status Indicators

• Installation

• Power-On

Inspection
Inspect the box carefully before opening it. If the box is damaged, contact the shipper for instructions
on filing a claim. Opening a damaged box before inspection by the shipper will void any potential ship-
ping claims.

CAUTION: Do not attempt to install or operate damaged equipment. As with any


electrical equipment, personal injury or damage to other equipment can
result from commissioning damaged electrical equipment.

Lithium-Ion Battery Warning

CAUTION: There is a danger of explosion if a lithium battery is replaced with an incorrect type. Ensure
that your replacement battery is of the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer.
Follow manufacturer’s instructions for disposal of used batteries.

Regulations

Follow all applicable regulations for installation of electrical equipment.

Unpacking

Carefully unpack your ACOS device and included items from the box.

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Check the Contents

Confirm that the following items are included with the ACOS device:

• Cables: one power cable, one Serial to RJ-45 console cable

• Hardware: bracket ears for rack mount installation

Specifications for the equipment rack are listed in Table 2.


Rack-mount installation instructions are available in “Rack Mount Kit Installation” on page 27.

Other Requirements

Other equipment needed for installation:

• Notebook or workstation PC (Windows, Linux, Mac) with compatible Ethernet connectivity

• Supported Web browser

• Terminal Emulation Software (PuTTy, HyperTerminal, or similar)

Interface Connections
This section contains the following:

• Thunder 1040/1040S Interfaces

• Thunder 1040 Bypass Model Interfaces

• Thunder 940 Interfaces

• Using the Interface Connections

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Thunder 1040/1040S Interfaces


The Thunder 1040/1040S model provides the following interfaces:

• Ethernet Data Interfaces

• 5 x 1 GE Copper data ports


• 4 x 10 GE Fiber (SFP+) data ports
Note: 1G Copper SFP is not supported on ports 6-9.
• Management Interfaces

• 1 serial console interface (Console)


• 1 Ethernet interface (Mgmt) for remotely managing the device over the network

FIGURE 1 Thunder 1040/1040S Interface Locations and Numbers

Console

#6 #8
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #7 #9

1 Gb Copper Data Interfaces


USB
Management 10 Gb Fiber Data Interfaces

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Thunder 1040 Bypass Model Interfaces


The Thunder 1040 Bypass model provides the following interfaces:

• Ethernet Data Interfaces

• 1 x 1 GE Copper data port


• 4 x 1 GE Copper data ports (bypass pairs)
• 4 x 10 GE Fiber (SFP+) data ports
• 2 x 10 SFP+ bypass pair ports
Note: 1G Copper SFP is not supported on ports 6-9.
• Management Interfaces

• 1 serial console interface (Console)


• 1 Ethernet interface (Mgmt) for remotely managing the device over the network

FIGURE 2 Thunder 1040 Bypass Interface Locations and Numbers

Console
Bypass Pair
Bypass Pair

#6 #8 #10#11
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #7 #9

1 Gb Copper Data Interfaces


USB
Management 10 Gb Fiber Data Interfaces
10 Gb SFP+ (Bypass Pair)

Bypass Feature
The TH1040 bypass model has three pairs of ports with bypass functionality. When bypass is enabled,
traffic passes freely from one port to its other pair without any interruption of service. The bypass sta-
tus of these ports is shown by using the show hardware command.

Bypass is enabled under the following conditions:

1. Reload - After executing the reload command.


2. Reboot - After executing a reboot.

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3. Shutdown - Bypass occurs during the entire shutdown operation, so it occurs when power is still
on and when power is off once shutdown begins.

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Thunder 940 Interfaces


The Thunder 940 model provides the following interfaces:

• Ethernet Data Interfaces

• 5 x 1 GE Copper data ports


• 4 x 10 GE Fiber (SFP+) data ports
Note: 1G Copper SFP is not supported on ports 6-9.
• Management Interfaces

• 1 serial console interface (Console)


• 1 Ethernet interface (Mgmt) for remotely managing the device over the network

FIGURE 3 Thunder 940 Interface Locations and Numbers

Console

#6 #8
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #7 #9

1 Gb Copper Data Interfaces


USB
Management 10 Gb Fiber Data Interfaces

Using the Interface Connections


To begin using these interface connections:

1. Connect the serial cable to the serial console interface.


2. Connect Ethernet cables to the data interfaces you plan to use.
3. Optionally, connect an Ethernet cable to the MGMT interface.

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LED Locations and Status Indicators


Figure 4 summarizes the locations of the LEDs on your system.

FIGURE 4 LED Locations

8 9

LNK ACT LNK ACT

10 Gb SFP+ Interface LEDs

1 Gb Copper
Interface LEDs
LNK ACT LNK ACT
POWER
STATUS L/A SP
6 7
HDD

Table 1 describes the LED status indicators.

TABLE 1 LED Status Indicator Descriptions


LED Color Status Description
POWER Green On Power is switched ON
Off No power connected
STATUS Amber Flash Post BIOS
Green Flash System under access
Off No power access
HDD Green On SSD under access
Off No Data access
10-Gb Ethernet Ports LNK Green Off Link down
On Link up
(SFP+)
ACT Green On Port is not sending or receiving traffic.
Flash Port is sending or receiving traffic.
1-Gb Ethernet Ports L/A Green Off Link down
On Link up
(Copper)
Flash Port is sending or receiving traffic.
SP Off Off 10M
Green On 100M
Ambe On 1G
r

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Table 2 describes the minimum requirements for your equipment rack. Verify these specifications
against your equipment prior to installing the chassis.

TABLE 2 Equipment Rack Specifications and Part Numbers


Item Rack Mount Kit
Part Number ASK-RACKMOUNT-040
Item Description 2 or 4-Post Rack Mount Kit
2-Post Installa- Yes
tion?
4-Post Installa- Yes
tion?
4-Post Depth N/A
Mounting Thread No
Double 4-Post Yes
Default Bundle Yes
Notes Included in accessory box

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Power-On
The device automatically boots when the power plug is connected to an electrical outlet. If the unit
does not boot automatically, it can be manually booted by quickly flipping the power switch.

NOTE: Power OFF – To perform a graceful shutdown, use the shutdown com-
mand in the CLI. If you made any changes to the device configuration,
you will be prompted to save your configuration information before the
device powers down.

Force Power OFF – If the system stops working and requires a forced
shutdown, press and hold the power switch for four seconds. Keep in
mind that this forced shutdown will cause a loss of configuration infor-
mation that has not be manually saved.

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Power Supply Unit Installation

This guide describes how to connect the power supply unit to an applicable AC or DC power source.

The following topics are covered:

• Overview

• DC Power Supply Installation

• Power Supply Hot Swap

CAUTION: Do not attempt to install or operate damaged equipment. As with any


electrical equipment, personal injury or damage to other equipment can
result from commissioning damaged electrical equipment.

NOTE: Follow all applicable regulations for installation of electrical equipment;


for example, in the United States of America, the National Electrical
Code.

For devices with multiple power supplies, it is recommended that all


power supplies be plugged in.

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Overview
AC or DC power connections are made using standard connections. AC or DC power is connected to
each module separately.

Before extracting a power supply from the chassis, you must disconnect it from the power source. This
is required regardless of whether the power supply is in standby mode or powered on mode. Likewise,
when installing a power supply, insert the power supply into the chassis first, before connecting the
power supply to the power source.

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FIGURE 5 Example of AC Power Supply by itself, and with power cable connected.

FIGURE 6 Example of DC Power Supply by itself, and with cables inserted.

DC Power Supply Installation


Refer to the following instructions and figures for this procedure. (Also see figures on previous page.)

1. Attach Green wire to ground for both ends.


2. Attach BLACK -48 volt wire to -48 volt pin on DC power source for both ends.
3. Attach RED return wire to return pin on DC power source for both ends.

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FIGURE 7 DC Power Supply Cable.

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Power Supply Hot Swap

FIGURE 8 DC Power Supply Cables

Power Supply Hot Swap


Follow the directions in the following sections to remove and insert a power supply unit.

FIGURE 9 Power Supply Hot Swap

Removing a Power Supply


To remove a power supply:

1. Push and hold the panel to unlock the lock (A).

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2. Hold the panel and pull out the power supply

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Fan Hot Swap

This chapter provides fan hot swap instructions for the device.

To determine the fan tray that needs to be replaced, run the show environment command from the CLI.

The following topics are covered:

• Fan Module Location and Fan Numbers

• Removing a Fan Module

• Inserting a Fan Module

Fan Module Location and Fan Numbers


The location and number of each fan is shown in Figure 10.

FIGURE 10 Fan Module Location and Fan Numbers

Fan #3 Fan #2 Fan #1

Fan Modules

Removing a Fan Module


Follow the steps below in order to remove and replace a fan module (Figure 11 and Figure 12).

1. Loosen the two screws on the back end of the chassis.

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FIGURE 11 Removing the Top Panel to Access Fan Modules

1. Loosen both screws.

2. Pull both screws outward, to slide top panel out.

3. Lift top panel upwards to remove.

2. Hold both screws, then pull them outward to slide the top panel out.
3. Lift to remove the top panel.
CAUTION: Operation on or for this device should only be done in a fixed location such as a lab or
data center.

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FIGURE 12 Top Panel Removed: Fan Module Location

Screws for Fan #1.

Screws for Fan #2.

Screws for Fan #3.

4. Remove the two screws of the appropriate fan module to remove it.
5. Remove the fan module.

Inserting a Fan Module


Follow the steps below in order to insert a fan module.

1. Insert the fan module into the appropriate location. See Figure 12 for fan module locations.
2. Tighten the two screws to secure the fan module.
Note: Top panel must be removed to access fan modules. See Removing a Fan ModuleRemoving
a Fan Module for instructions on removing the top panel.

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Rack Mount Kit Installation

This chapter describes how to use the rack-mount kit to install your ACOS device into an equipment
rack. The kit supports front mounting.

• Ear Bracket Installation

Ear Bracket Installation


This section describes how to install the ear brackets used for rack-mount installation.

• Front Mount Installation

Front Mount Installation


This section provides instructions for a front-mount installation.

1. Align a bracket over the 5 screw holes that will be used to attach the bracket to the chassis. Make
sure to use the correct bracket. Each bracket fits on only one of the chassis sides.

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2. Align the bracket over the screw holes, and fasten the bracket using the provided screws. Make
sure the fit is snug.

3. Repeat these steps to attach the other bracket.

4. Attach the device to the front of the rack. Make sure to fasten the brackets.

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5. Check all the screws to verify that they are snug..

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Screwless Sliding Rail Kit Installation

This chapter contains instructions for installing the screwless sliding rail kit for your ACOS device.

The following topics are covered:

• Rail Kit Contents

• Sliding Rail Kit Installation

Rail Kit Contents


The rail kit contains two adjustable screwless rail assemblies, shown below:

Each rail assembly consists of an outer rail, a middle rail, and a removable inner rail. The inner rail is
attached to the chassis. The outer and middle rails cannot be separated, and are attached to the rack
posts.

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In addition, the chassis comes pre-installed with the ear brackets shown below (these must be
removed if you are performing a rack-mount installation; see “Rack Mount Kit Installation” on page 23
for details:

Sliding Rail Kit Installation


Installation consists of the following tasks:

• Attach the Inner Rail to the Chassis

• Attach the Outer Rails to the Rack Posts

• Install the Chassis on the Rails

Attach the Inner Rail to the Chassis


Perform the following steps for each inner rail.:

1. Separate the Inner Rails from the Rail Assembly


2. Attach the Inner Rails to the Chassis

Separate the Inner Rails from the Rail Assembly


To separate the inner rails from the rail assembly:

1. Fully extend the rail assembly until the middle and inner rails lock into place.
2. Release the inner rail by pushing the white finger tab located near the middle rail in the direction of
the arrow.

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The blue tab at the end of the inner rail is used to push the inner rail back into the middle rail.

Attach the Inner Rails to the Chassis


To attach the inner rails to the chassis:

1. Align an inner rail along one side of the chassis with the three pre-installed screws. Make sure the
release tabs face outward, away from the chassis. Also make sure the blue tab at the end of the
inner rail is at the front of the chassis, not the rear:

2. Push the inner rail firmly against the side of the chassis, then slide the rail slightly towards the rear
of the chassis to lock the screw heads in place.

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3. Repeat for the other inner rail.

Attach the Outer Rails to the Rack Posts


To attach the outer rails to the rack posts:

1. Find the rear end of the outer rail (labeled with the word “REAR”):

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2. Align the rear of the outer rail so that the screw knobs are aligned with the holes on the rack post.
Then, bend and clip the end of the rail onto the rack post:

3. A flat head screwdriver can be used to tighten the screws at the end as needed.

NOTE: It is recommended that you do not completely tighten the screws yet, in
case you need to adjust the location or alignment of the rail.

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4. Slide the front end of the outer rail to the other end of the rack, so that the three screws protrude
from the hole as shown below:

5. Repeat for the other outer rail.

Install the Chassis on the Rails


To install the chassis on the rails:

Chassis Lifting and Placement

Lifting the chassis and placing it in the rails is a two-person job. If needed, use
an appropriate lifting device.

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1. Standing in front of the rack, fully extend the inner rails until the extension locks engage (if not
already engaged). When the extension locks are engaged, the rails cannot be pushed back in. The
rails are now ready for insertion of the chassis.

2. With the front of the chassis facing you, lift the chassis and carefully insert the inner rails attached
to the chassis into the extended middle rails.

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3. Slide the chassis toward the rear of the rack until the inner and middle rails lock together. Press the
blue tab in order for the inner rail to slide completely into the middle rail.

4. Hand-tighten the screws on the end of the pre-installed small ear brackets.

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Power Supply Product Specifications

The A10 Thunder Series TH1040, TH1040S and TH 940 devices are compatible with the power supply
units described in this chapter:

• 750W AC Power Supply Specifications

• 750W DC Power Supply Specifications

750W AC Power Supply Specifications


Table 3 lists the specifications for the AC power supply.

TABLE 3 750W - AC Power Supply Product Specification


Item Specification
Part Number ASK-PS-040
Power Supply Output 750W 80 Plus Platinum
AC Input Voltage Range 90~264 VAC

750W DC Power Supply Specifications


Table 4 lists the specifications for the DC power supply.

TABLE 4 750W - DC Power Supply Product Specification


Item Specification
Part Number ASK-PSDC-20
Power Supply Output 750W Operation
DC Input Voltage Range 40~72 VDC

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