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AS9205

Installation Guide
417006-2305-0H3-A04
AS9205 Installation Guide
Catalog No: X36770
May, 2008

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Contents
About This Manual .............................................................................................v
Intended Audience .......................................................................................................................v
Document Organization................................................................................................................v
Document Conventions ............................................................................................................... vi
Related Documentation.............................................................................................................. vii
Obtaining Technical Documentation .......................................................................................... vii
Technical Assistance................................................................................................................. viii

Introduction ................................................................................................ 1-1


Safety Considerations .............................................................................................................. 1-1
Overview .................................................................................................................................. 1-3

Hardware Description ................................................................................ 2-1


Front Panel............................................................................................................................... 2-1
Rear Panel – AC Version ......................................................................................................... 2-2
Rear Panel – DC Version ......................................................................................................... 2-2

Installation and Setup................................................................................ 3-1


Installation ................................................................................................................................ 3-1
DC Power Installation............................................................................................................... 3-4
Grounding the Switch ............................................................................................................... 3-4
Laser Safety ............................................................................................................................. 3-5

Initial Configuration Using the Console................................................... 4-1


Initial Configuration................................................................................................................... 4-1
Saving Configuration in a Text File .......................................................................................... 4-3
Downloading Configuration from Backup Text File .................................................................. 4-3
Reloading Factory Defaults Configuration................................................................................ 4-4
Monitoring/Configuring CPU Operating Temperature .............................................................. 4-4
Monitoring the Power Supplies Status ..................................................................................... 4-5

Built-In Self Test (BIST) ............................................................................. 5-1


BIST Test Results Review........................................................................................................ 5-2
Startup Execution of BIST ........................................................................................................ 5-3

Software Download.................................................................................... 6-1


Introduction............................................................................................................................... 6-1
Software upgrade via Ethernet Port (Outband0) ...................................................................... 6-4

System Specifications ............................................................................... 7-1


Basic Chassis........................................................................................................................... 7-1
Physical/Environmental ............................................................................................................ 7-1
Management Features ............................................................................................................. 7-2

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List of Figures
Figure 1-1: AS9205 Switch/Router........................................................................................................... 1-3
Figure 2-1: AS9205 Switch/Router Front Panel ....................................................................................... 2-1
Figure 2-2: AS9205 Rear Panel – AC Version ......................................................................................... 2-2
Figure 2-3: AS9205 Rear Panel – DC Version......................................................................................... 2-2
Figure 3-1: Dimensions in mm for Rack Mounting .................................................................................. 3-2
Figure 3-2: Compression Grounding Lug ................................................................................................ 3-4

List of Tables
Table 6-1: Description of the Built-in Tests .............................................................................................. 5-2

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About This Manual

Intended Audience
This installation guide is intended for field engineers who are proficient with network switching
and routing concepts. Installation, replacement and maintenance of the equipment described in
this guide may only be done by trained and qualified service personnel.

Document Organization
This Manual contains the following sections:
| About This Manual
| Introduction
| System Specifications
| Hardware Description
| Installation and Setup
| Initial Configuration Using the Console
| Built-In Self Test (BIST)
| Software Download

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Document Conventions
When applicable, this manual uses the following conventions.

Convention Indicates Example


Bold Names of windows, dialog boxes, menus, In the Alarms menu...
buttons and most other GUI elements;
commands; user-typed information
Menu > Option Selection from a menu, or leading to Select Update > View Objects
another command
Courier New Code syntax and code examples >>Starting default
Font primary application,
please wait...
Italics New terms and emphasized text Examples in text

Borders around text Notes, cautions, warnings, laser warnings, See examples below
EDS warnings, tips, and important notes

NOTE: Text set off in this manner presents clarifying


information, specific instructions, commentary, sidelights, or
interesting points of information.

CAUTION: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure


to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or
loss of information.

WARNING: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure


to follow directions could result in bodily harm or loss of life.

LASER WARNING: Text set off in this manner indicates


how to avoid personal injury. All personnel involved in
equipment installation, operation, and maintenance must be
aware that laser radiation is invisible. Therefore, although
protective devices generally prevent direct exposure to the
beam, personnel must strictly observe the applicable safety
precautions and, in particular, must avoid staring into optical
connectors, either directly or using optical instruments.

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ESD: Text set off in this manner indicates information on


how to avoid discharge of static electricity and subsequent
damage to the unit.

TIP: Text set off in this manner includes helpful information


and handy hints that can make your task easier..

IMPORTANT: Text set off in this manner presents essential


information you must pay attention to.

Related Documentation
Please refer to the Carrier Ethernet 9000 Family® – Focus on 9200 Series General Description,
and the AS9205 User Guide.

Obtaining Technical Documentation


To obtain technical documentation related to ECI Telecom products, please contact the local
ECI representative:
ECI Telecom Ltd.
30 Hasivim St.
Petach Tikva 49130
Israel
Fax: +972-3-6849683
Email: on.documentation@ecitele.com

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Technical Assistance
The configuration, installation, and operation of ECI Telecom products in a network are highly
specialized processes. Due to the different nature of each installation, some planning aspects
may not be covered in this manual.
If you have questions or concerns about your network design, or if you require installation
personnel to perform the actual installation process, ECI Telecom maintains a staff of design
engineers and highly trained field service personnel. The services of this group are available to
customers at any time.
If you are interested in obtaining design assistance or a network installation plan from ECI
Telecom's Customer Support team, contact your ECI Telecom sales representative. With any
support related issues, technical or logistic, please contact the ECI Telecom Customer Support
center at your location. If you are not familiar with that location, please contact our central
customer support center action line at:
Telephone +972-3-9266000

Telefax +972-3-9266370

Email on.support@ecitele.com

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Introduction

Safety Considerations
This equipment is for use by qualified personnel only. To avoid shock, do not perform any
servicing other than those contained in the unpacking instructions.

WARNING: HIGH VOLTAGE


Disconnect the product from the power line before removing
the cover. Any adjustment and maintenance of the opened
device should be done only while the device is disconnected
from its source of power and should only be performed by
qualified personnel, authorized by ECI Telecom.

WARNING: GROUNDING
Before connecting the product to the power line, make sure
that the protective ground terminal of the device is connected
to the safety grounding conductor of the mains power cord.
The mains plug should only be inserted in a socket outlet
provided with a connected safety ground. The protective
action must not be negated by use of an extension cord
(power cable) without a protective conductor (grounding).
Any interruption of the protective (grounding) conductor or
disconnection of the protective ground terminal can make the
device unsafe to use. Intentional interruption is prohibited.
This equipment has a connection between the grounded
conductor of the DC supply circuit and the grounding
conductor.

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WARNING: WIRING FOR NATIONAL POWER PLUG


A mains power cable according to National Electrical Code
(NEC) with molded IEC socket is supplied with each unit.
The specific national mains power plug should be wired as
follows:
Brown lead Live (phase)
Blue lead Neutral
Green/Yellow lead Safety ground

WARNING: FUSES
Make sure that only fuses with the specified rated current and
of specified type are used for replacement. The use of
repaired fuses and the short-circuiting of fuse holders must be
avoided.

LASER WARNING:
The equipment is designed to be used with Class 1 Laser fiber
optic transmitters, which may endanger your eyes.
Do not look directly into the fiber optic cables or transmitter.

WARNING: DC POWER SOURCE


Before connecting the product to the power line, make sure
the voltage of the power source matches the requirements of
the product, as marked on the label located near the power
connectors.
The DC power source should be protected with a branch
circuit over current protection rated at 15Amp, located in the
building installation.

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Overview

High Density Fast/Gigabit Switch


The AS9205 Switch/Router is a compact high performance Ethernet Switch/Router. It is tailor-
made for demanding networks, which require multi-layer service capabilities at wire speed. A
high-density architecture enables the AS9205 Switch/Router to utilize a large variety of
interfaces to transparently switch Layer 2, 3 and 4 network traffic over fiber or copper, at 10,
100 or 1000 Mbps speeds. The following figure shows the front view of the AS9205.

Figure 1-1: AS9205 Switch/Router

Main Features

Wire Speed
Wire speed Layer 2 switching and Layer 3 routing are made possible via integrated hardware
functionality. The hardware allows the AS9205 Switch/Router to attain considerable
performance advantage over traditional routers at a fraction of the cost. The non-blocking
architecture of the AS9205 Switch/Router ensures that even in the event of a one hundred
percent traffic load, no packets are dropped.

Basic Features
The AS9205 Switch/Router incorporates a large number of features, such as:
| Link aggregation (801.3ad)
| IEEE 802.1q VLAN
| IEEE 802.1d Spanning Tree algorithm
| IEEE 802.3x flow control and backpressure
| Bandwidth reservation
| Differentiated services
| IEEE 802.1p based quality of service with eight priority queues
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Routing
Routing capabilities are critical for improving network utilization and efficiency. Routers are
responsible for forwarding packets toward their destination via adjacent networks, and decide
the best way to forward a packet, based on the current state of the networks to which the routers
are connected. Special network routing hardware enables the AS9205 Switch/Router to perform
Message Authentication Code (MAC) resolution, Cyclic Redundancy checks (CRCs) and Time-
to-Live (TTL) updates at wire speed. The information used to forward packets is gathered by
using special protocols, such as Routing Information Protocol (RIP) and Open Shortest Path
First (OSPF). The AS9205 Switch/Router supports RIP, OSPF, and other routing protocols.

Management
Front panel LED indicators provide switch and port status information. With RMON MIB
support (four groups), extensive analysis of the switch's performance is available. The AS9205
Switch/Router offers additional monitoring and diagnostic capabilities via Port Mirroring. Any
one port may be mirrored, allowing for detailed traffic analysis via a sniffer.

IMPORTANT: Refer to the AS9205 Software User Guide for


the Command Line Network Operating System and the
AS9205 Software based graphical manager.

Packing List
The AS9205 Switch/Router is factory tested and configured. The shipping package includes
the following items:
| AS9205 Switch/Router.
| Installation Guide
| Power cable
| Console cable

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Hardware Description

Front Panel

Figure 2-1: AS9205 Switch/Router Front Panel

Front Panel Main Components


1Gb/s ports Two copper Ethernet ports and SFP sockets for two optional fiberoptic Ethernet
transceivers
100 Mb/s ports 24 100 Mb Ethernet ports
RST button Reset button. To avoid accidental activation, the button is recessed below the
panel. You have to use a pin or a similar object to press it.

Basic Unit LEDs


PWR A (green) On (green) when Power (AC) or Power A (DC) is On.
PWR B (green) On (green) when Power B (DC) is On.
STS (green) Off in normal operation
Blinks (every 0.5 sec) when switch is managed
FLT (red) Off in normal operation
Blinks (every 0.5 sec) when self-test fails

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Rear Panel – AC Version

RJ45 9-pin LNK/ RJ45 Grounding AC Power


console SLIP ACT Ethernet posts power ON/OFF
port port LED port inlet switch

Figure 2-2: AS9205 Rear Panel – AC Version

AC Rear Panel Main Components


Console Port (RJ-45) RS-232C Port for unit configuration and management
AC Power inlet 100-240 VAC @2.3A, 50/60 Hz
Outband Port (RJ-45) Ethernet port for software update
Power ON/OFF switch O is off, – is on
Two grounding posts Designed for a UL-listed two-hole long-barrel 5/8 10 AWG compression lug
Burndy YAZV10-2TC14 or an equivalent is recommended

Rear Panel – DC Version


-48V -48V
Terminal Terminal
Block A Block B

Inverse
RJ45 9-pin LNK/ RJ45 power
Grounding polarity
console SLIP ACT Ethernet LEDs
posts LEDs
port port LED port (green)
(red)

Figure 2-3: AS9205 Rear Panel – DC Version

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DC Rear Panel Main Components


Console Port (RJ-45) RS-232C Port for unit configuration and management

Outband Port (RJ-45) Ethernet port for software update

For each of two redundant power supplies:

DC Power-in terminal strip -48VDC typical (32 to 56VDC), +Battery Return, Chassis Ground

Fuse 6.3A

Inverse Polarity LED Red – ON indicates inverted DC connection

PWR 1 / PWR 2 LED Green – ON indicates that the power supply is producing output
voltage

2 Grounding posts Designed for a UL-listed two-hole long-barrel 5/8 10 AWG


compression lug
Burndy YAZV10-2TC14 or an equivalent is recommended

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Installation and Setup

Installation
This section provides instructions on how to install and operate the AS9205 Switch/Router. The
switch is a ‘plug-and-play’ device and can be installed in a standard 19-inch rack or as a
standalone unit in a desktop configuration.

Unpacking
The AS9205 Switch/Router is factory tested and inspected prior to shipment. In case of damage
to the unit during shipment, contact your local dealer.
It is recommended that you keep the shipping package until the unit has been installed and
verified as operational. The AS9205 Switch/Router, like all electronic devices with static
sensitive components, should be handled with care.

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Rack Mounting
Rack Mounting Please refer to Figure 3-1 below
specifications

Width Basic body: 443mm (17.5”)


Overall, including brackets: 484 mm (19”)

Height 44.5 mm (1.75”)

Depth Basic body: 305 mm (12”)


Overall, including power feeds and transceivers: 305 mm (12”)

Distance Horizontal: 465 mm (18.3”)


between
mounting holes Vertical: 31.75 mm (1.25”)
Vertical separation: 12.7 mm (0.5”)
Note that there is no need to leave vertical spacing between units on a rack, since
heat is dissipated through ventilation holes on both sides of the unit

Figure 3-1: Dimensions in mm for Rack Mounting

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Desktop Installation
If you are using the AS9205 Switch/Router as a desktop unit, place it on a secure level surface.
Ensure that the unit is within reach of the necessary connections:
| Power outlet
| Ethernet connections
As with all electronic devices, make sure that adequate air flow is provided around the unit.

Ethernet Cables
When connecting an RJ-45 port to an end station, workstation or server, use a standard RJ-45
pin-out cable. When connecting to network devices such as switches or hubs, remember to use a
crossover cable.

Console Interface
A simple menu-driven interface provides for system initialization and diagnostics. The console
interface is EIA232 VT-100 compatible. The primary purpose of the terminal interface is to set
basic operational parameters.
The terminal interface is password protected.
Using the enclosed serial cable (see table below for wiring), connect the RJ-45 connector to the
connector marked “Console”, and the other side to the 9-pin serial port connector on the back of
your PC.
The supplied cable has the following pin-out:
Switch Side PC Side
RJ-45 Pin # DB-9 Female
3 2
2 3
5 5

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DC Power Installation
Two DC Power-in terminal blocks (marked A and B) are provided for dual-feed 48VDC power
sources. The DC power-in blocks are identical, and either A or B or both can be used.
The DC supply source should be located within the same premises as this equipment. The DC
power source should be protected with a circuit breaker, with a 5Amp rating as a disconnect
device, connected to the non-grounding conductor. The unit should be connected directly to the
DC supply system; there should not be any switching or disconnecting devices in the grounded
circuit conductor between the DC source and the point of connection of the grounding electrode
conductor.
This equipment should be located in the same immediate area (i.e. adjacent cabinets) as any
other equipment that is connected to the DC source. The point of grounding of the DC system
should be to the grounding conductor. It should not be grounded elsewhere.
For each DC power block, a set of cables with a minimum of 2x18AWG should be used with
suitable end terminal legs matching the conductor's gage. Use a RED lead for the positive
conductor and a BLACK lead for the negative conductor. ECI recommends using only UL listed
components for the DC power connections.
In the DC power-in terminal block, the BAT RET leg is connected to the chassis ground using a
removable metal bridge, as a default factory setting. If the BAT RET leg should not be
connected to the chassis ground, or the 48VDC leg should be connected to chassis ground, the
metal bridge needs to be removed or moved, and connected to the 48VDC leg and chassis
ground.

Grounding the Switch


IMPORTANT: Before connecting power to the switch, make
sure that both grounding posts in the rear panel are firmly
connected to a reliable ground through a #10 AWG grounding
wire, terminated by a UL-listed two-hole long-barrel 5/8 10
AWG compression lug with hole size and spacing as shown
in Figure 3-2 below
The Burndy YAZV10-2TC14 or an equivalent UL-listed two-
hole compression lug is recommended

Figure 3-2: Compression Grounding Lug

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To connect the switch to the ground:


1. Prepare a minimum #10 AWG grounding wire terminated by a crimped two-hole lug with
hole diameter and spacing as shown in Figure 3-2 above. Use a suitable crimping tool to
fasten the lug securely to the wire. Adhere to your company’s policy regarding the wire
gauge and the number of crimps on the lug.
2. Remove the bolts and spring-washers from the grounding posts in the switch’s rear panel,
and clean the metal surface underneath with a dry cloth if necessary.
3. Apply some anti-oxidant onto the metal surface.
4. Mount the lug on the two grounding posts, replace the spring-washers and fasten the bolts.
Avoid using excessive torque.
5. Connect the grounding wire to a reliable ground. If the switch is mounted in a rack, use a
common ground for all devices on the rack, according to your company’s policy.

Laser Safety
When the product is shipped with fiber-optic transceivers installed, the emission produced by
the end-products described in this guide fall under the Class 1 emission levels according to IEC
60825-1 and the FDA 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.1. These products should not be installed in an
optical network handling above Class 1 levels.

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Initial Configuration Using the
Console

Initial Configuration
The Configuration Menu is accessed via a VT-100 (or compatible terminal), connected to the
Console Port of the AS9205 Switch/Router. The terminal port parameters are fixed at: 9600 bps,
8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity and without flow control. This provides a convenient method for
initial setup of the AS9205 Switch/Router. System parameters are stored in a non-volatile
memory. They need to be set up only during the initial setup or when the system has been reset
to the factory defaults.
The following keys are used to access the menu:
Enter Ends input or refreshes a menu

Backspace Clears last character in input mode

Tab Command Auto-Completion

A screen similar to the following example appears on the Console Port at power up or reset for
the AS9205:
>>Starting default primary application, please wait...
>
///////////////////////////////////////////////////\////
// //
// ECI Telecom //
// //
// //
// Switch model : AS9205 //
// SW version : 6.5.R1 created Mar 6 2008 - 09:15:38//
// //
// //
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

User Access Verification

Password:

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Type eci for default password and then press <Enter>.

NOTE: You can change the default password later.

Type ? to display the available commands:


AS9205>?
alias An alias of a command
enable Turn on privileged mode command
exit Exit current mode and down to previous mode
help Description of the interactive help system
no Negate a command or set to defaults
quit Disconnect and logout
show Show running system information
terminal Terminal configuration setup
who Display who is on vty

To continue the initial configuration procedure:


1. Enter privileged (Enable) mode. Type the command: enable.
2. Enter configure mode. Type the command: configure terminal.
3. Set the AS9205 Switch/Router IP address: Type the command: ip address
<aa.bb.cc.dd/yy>, where <aa.bb.cc.dd> is the IP address assigned to the AS9205
Switch/Router and yy is the number of bits in the netmask (e.g. netmask of 255.255.255.0
would be /24).
4. Set the default gateway IP address if the host is on a different subnet: Type the command: ip
route 0.0.0.0/0 <aa.bb.cc.dd> where <aa.bb.cc.dd> is the IP address of the default
gateway.
5. Return to privileged (Enable) mode: Type the command: end.
6. To verify if the IP addresses were set correctly, type: show ip.
For example:
AS9205#show ip
IP-ADDR : 100.100.100.1 NET-MASK : 255.255.255.0

NOTE: The Show command can be used to display a variety


of parameters: Setup Configuration and others. To view the
show command options type: show.

7. Type the command: write from privileged (Enable) mode.


At this point the Initial Configuration setup is completed and the AS9205 Switch/Router can be
accessed using Ping or Telnet commands.

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Saving Configuration in a Text File


A variety of TFTP Server programs can be used by the host computer, located in the same place
as the software images and configuration files. The only information that is required by the
TFTP Server is the location of the file on the host computer’s file system.
ECI recommends that the configuration be saved in an external text backup file. To write the
backup configuration file, use the command copy.
To view the copy command options type: copy ?
AS9205#copy ?
application Application downloading image
java Java downloading image
running-config Copy running config...
startup-config Startup configuration data

To write the backup configuration file, type:


copy startup-config upload-to <IP address> <filename>

<filename> is the file where the configuration file was saved.

Downloading Configuration from


Backup Text File
The configuration file can be easily downloaded, using the copy command. Type:
copy startup-config download-from <IP address> <filename>

<filename> is the file where the configuration file was saved.

NOTE: The copy command uses TFTP protocol for its


execution, so prior to using the copy command, verify that the
TFTP Server program is executed by the addressed computer.

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Reloading Factory Defaults


Configuration
Use the reload command to reload the factory defaults configuration.
AS9205#reload to-defaults
Restore factory setting and Reboot the Switch ! [y/n]: y
Rebooting ...

NOTE: reload to-defaults does NOT change the IP address


and netmask of the switch.

Monitoring/Configuring CPU Operating


Temperature
Should the temperature reach the configured upper limit, the unit will send an SNMP trap to the
management station. If this occurs, the user is requested to make sure that all unit ventilation
airways are free and disengaged and that the fans are functioning.
The possible Power Supply status values are OK, Failed, and Not Installed.

Temperature Management Commands


Viewing the Status:

AS9205#show temperature
CPU Temperature = 28C / 82F
AS9205#show temperature high-limit
CPU Temperature high limit = 20C / 68F

Configuring Temperature Management Parameters:

AS9205#configure terminal
AS9205 config)# monitor temperature
AS9205 (config monitor temperature C)#limit
NUMBER Value of limit for alerting current test
AS9205 config monitor temperature C)#limit 70

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Viewing the Temperature Setting from a Running Configuration:

AS9205#show running-config
Building the configuration ...
! Current Configuration:
!
! Version 4.5.3
!
password a1FhfHKwXHFlU
ip address 10.4.1.5 255.255.0.0
!

! Switch Monitoring configuration:


!
!
monitor temperature
enable
limit 70
!
!

Restoring the Default Value:

AS9205#configure terminal
AS9205 (config)#monitor temperature
AS9205 (config monitor temperature C)#default

Monitoring the Power Supplies Status


Viewing the Status During System Boot:

Starting switch application, please wait...

BUILT-IN SELF TEST


------------------
CPU Notify RAM Test : Passed
CPU Interface Test : Passed
Testing Switch Core : Passed
Data Buffer Test : Passed
On-board Power Test : Passed
Power Supply Test : Passed
Fan Test : Passed

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Viewing the Status during Switch's Operation:

For DC dual-feed power supply:


AS9205#show power-supply
Power supply 1 : OK
Power supply 2 : OK

For AC power supply:


AS9205#show power-supply
Internal power supply : OK

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Built-In Self Test (BIST)
The BIST performs a set of basic tests on the switch hardware and its configuration validity.
Tests in the BIST are sorted into several groups, for example, the Power Supply unit tests
belong to the Power Supply Test group.
Startup BIST - The BIST is performed automatically on startup. The results are summarized on
the terminal before the switch banner.
BIST by request - A user may request BIST execution at any time via a CLI command.
The current BIST status may be read and cleared by using CLI commands.
When the BIST detects a failure in any of the tests, it causes the Status LED indicator to blink.
AS9205 supports the following tests:
| CPU Notify RAM Test
| CPU Interface Test
| Testing Switch Core
| Data Buffer Test
| Power Supply Test
| On-Board Power Test
| Fan Test
The following table describes the tests.

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Table 6-1: Description of the Built-in Tests

Test Description

CPU Notify RAM On boot, the entire DRAM (256M) is tested.


Test This test is run once at startup.

CPU Interface Test Checks the existence of the UART (register write/read operation).
Both COM1 and COM2 are checked.

Testing Switch Core Checks validity and functionality of the switch core.

Data Buffer Test Checks the integrity of NVRAM database.

Power Supply Test Checks the existence and status of the DC power supplies.
If both DC power supplies are connected, the result will be Passed. When one
of the DC power supply is disconnected, the result will be Failed.

Fan Test Checks the status of the three fans.

On-Board Power Checks the five On-Board Power levels: 3.2V, 2.5V, 1.8V, 1.5V and 1.25V.
Test

BIST Test Results Review


If any of the BIST tests fail, the FLT LED starts blinking.

To display BIST results:


1. Connect a terminal cable to the Console Port.
2. Re-power the unit, if required.
3. Use the show self-test command in Privileged (Enable) mode. If you prefer to display all
BIST results, use the show self-test full command instead.

To invoke a BIST by Request at any time while the switch is running:


| Use the self-test command in Privileged (Enable) mode.
The switch will automatically start up in debug mode when one of the five On-Board Power
levels deviates by 2% above or below the required level. See the explanation below.

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Startup Execution of BIST


The startup BIST reports a summary of the results by the BIST group. If all tests of the group
pass, Passed is displayed for all groups.
Press any key to stop auto-boot...

0
auto-booting...

Starting switch application, please wait...


BUILT-IN SELF TEST
------------------
CPU Notify Ram Test : Passed
CPU Interface Test : Passed
Data Buffer Test : Passed
On-board Power Test : Passed
Power Supply Test : Passed
Fan Test : Passed

If any test in the group, except the On-Board Power, fails, Failed is displayed for the entire
group and the switch starts normally. In such cases, the switch starts in debug mode (switching
is disabled and the switch runs with the default configuration). If one of the On-Board Power
level checks fails, the switch will not initialize the ports and will start in a special debug mode,
as shown below:
Press any key to stop auto-boot...
0
auto-booting...

Starting switch application, please wait...


BUILT-IN SELF TEST
------------------
CPU Notify RAM Test : Passed
CPU Interface Test : Passed
Data Buffer Test : Passed
On-board Power Test : Failed
Fan Test : Passed

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
// //
// ECI Telecom //
// //
//Switch model : AS9205 //
//SW version : 6.5.R1 created Mar 6 2008 - 09:15:38 //
// //
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

On-board Power problem: Start in debug mode


no HW Init and no Startup Configuration

User Access Verification

Password:[DBG]
AS9205>[DBG]

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In this case, it is possible to enter into Enable mode as usual, and examine the detailed Self-Test
results.
For example:
AS9205#self-test
Processing BIST by request...

CPU Notify RAM Test :


CPU Interface Test :
UART Existence - Passed
Data Buffer Test :
NVRAM Database Validity - Passed
Power Supply Test :
Power Supply A - Failed
Power Supply B - Passed
On-board Power Test :
On-board Power 3.2V - Failed
On-board Power 2.5V - Passed
On-board Power 1.8V - Passed
On-board Power 1.5V - Passed
On-board Power 1.25V - Passed
Fan Test :
Fan - Passed
Temperature Test :
Temperature - Passed

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Software Download

Introduction
The executable software image contained on the AS9205 Switch/Router can be upgraded via the
network whenever new versions become available, reflecting changes in the MIBs or
enhancements to the software. The software is stored in erasable Flash memory, and must be
downloaded using the Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP).

IMPORTANT: Before loading new software, the


Switch/Router configuration must be saved in an external text
file as shown in the Saving Configuration in a Text File
section, since downloading a new software version will cause
the configuration to revert to the factory defaults.

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Downloading an AS9205 Software Image to the


Switch Using TFTP

Preparing to Download an AS9205 Software Image


Using TFTP

Before you start downloading an AS9205 software image using TFTP,


take the following precautions:
| Ensure that the workstation acting as the TFTP server is configured properly.
| Ensure that the switch has a route to the TFTP server. If there is no router to route traffic
between subnets, the switch and the TFTP server must be in the same subnet. Check
connectivity to the TFTP server using the ping command.
| Ensure that the software image to be downloaded is in the correct directory on the TFTP
server.
| Ensure that the permissions on the file are set correctly. Permissions on the file should be at
least read for the specific username.
| A power outage (or other problem) during the download procedure can corrupt the Flash
code. If the Flash code is corrupted, you can connect to the switch through the console port
and download the application in the Loader by using the download application command.

Downloading an AS9205 Software Image Using TFTP

To download an AS9205 software image to the switch from a TFTP


server:
1. Copy the AS9205 software image file to the appropriate TFTP directory on the workstation.
2. Log into the switch through the console port or through a Telnet session. If you log in using
Telnet, your Telnet session will disconnect when you reset the switch to run the new
software.
3. Download the AS9205 software image from the TFTP server using the copy application
download-from command in Privileged (Enable) mode.

NOTE: The switch remains operational while the image is


downloaded.

4. Reset the switch using one of the reload commands. If you are connected to the switch
through Telnet, your Telnet session will be disconnected.
5. After the switch reboots, enter the show version command to check the version on the
switch.

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Downloading a JAVA Image Using TFTP

To download a JAVA software image to the switch from a TFTP server,


proceed as follows:
1. Copy the JAVA software image file to the appropriate TFTP directory on the workstation.
2. Log in to the switch through the Console Port or through a Telnet session. If you log in
using Telnet, your Telnet session will disconnect when you reset the switch to run the new
software.
3. Download the AS9205 software image from the TFTP server using the copy java command
in Privileged (Enable) mode.

NOTE: The switch remains operational while the image is


downloaded.

4. Enter the show version command to check the version on the switch.

Downloading a New AS9205 Software Application


Image
The copy application download-from command, in Privileged (Enable) mode, downloads a
new AS9205 software version to the Switch/Router.
The image file contains the executable code that runs on the switch. It is factory-preinstalled. As
new versions of the image are released, you may upgrade the software that is running on your
system. The image is upgraded by using a download procedure from a TFTP server on the
network.

Command Syntax

AS9205#copy application download-from <IP address> <source file name>

Example:

The following command downloads the new software-version file named AS9205 Software
located on the TFTP server at IP address 192.192.54.0.
AS9205 S/W#copy application download-from 192.192.54.0 AS9205 Software

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Downloading a New AS9205 Software Image


The copy java command, in Privileged (Enable) mode, downloads a new Java (AS9205
Software) applet image to the Switch/Router.

Command Syntax

AS9205 S/W#copy java <IP address> <source file name>

Example:

The following command downloads the new Java-applet file, named AS9205 Software, located
on the TFTP server 192.192.54.0.
AS9205S/W#copy java 192.192.54.0 AS9205 Software

Software upgrade via Ethernet Port


(Outband0)
The AS9205 has an Ethernet port that allows the user to access the switch for management
purposes or software upgrades. This port is not one of the switched ports. In order to configure
this port for IP, the following commands should be used (from Global Configuration mode):
AS9205 (config)#interface Outband0
AS9205 (config Outband0)#ip addr 10.1.1.7/8

This command will assign the IP address 10.1.1.7 and the netmask 255.0.0.0
In order to view the current configuration of this IP interface, the following command should be
used (from Privileged (Enable) mode):
AS9205#show ip interfaces

If you want to save the new IP address of the Outband0 interface, use the write command (from
Privileged (Enable) mode).

IMPORTANT: Refer to the AS9205 User Manual for the


Command Line Network Operating System and the AS9205
Software based graphical manager

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System Specifications

Basic Chassis
AS9205 (AC) 24 ports 10/100Base T/TX Compact Switch/Router with two 10/100/1000BaseT/Tx
uplinks, two unpopulated 1000BaseX miniGBIC (SFP) modules and an internal AC
power supply
AS9205 SW enabled
AS9205 (DC) 24 ports 10/100Base T/TX Compact Switch/Router with two 10/100/1000BaseT/Tx
uplinks, two unpopulated 1000BaseX miniGBIC (SFP) modules and a dual-feed -
48VDC power supply
AS9205 SW enabled
Dimensions 17.5”(W) x 11.02”(L) x 1.75”(H)
443(W) x 282 (L) x 44.5 (H) mm
19” x 1U’ rack mountable
Weight 4.3 kg (9.5 lbs) with either a DC or AC power supply
Shipping 5.2 kg (11.5 lbs) with either a DC or AC power supply
Weight

Physical/Environmental
Operating 0°C - 40°C (32°F – 104°F)
Temperature

Humidity 95% non-condensing


Indoor The equipment is designed for use in indoor applications only
Applications

Input power 100-240VAC@2.3A, 50/60 Hz


-48VDC typical (36V to 56VDC) @2A for BTI-0548T-L3-D/
T-L3-DN and BTI-0524T-L3-D/T-L3-DN

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Management Features
Inband Integrated SNMP agent
Telnet
MIBs Supported MIB II, Bridge MIB, Private MIB ,RMON MIB (Groups 1,2,3,9)

Traps/Alarms SNMP traps to NMS


Console Port For initial configuration via dedicated RJ-45 connector
EIA 232 protocol
VT-100 compatible
Outband Ethernet Port For Software Update via dedicated RJ-45 connector
Software Download Via TFTP

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