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Network Equipment, Voice and Data Cable Labeling Standard

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Network Equipment, Voice and Data Cable Labeling Standard

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1. INTRODUCTION The purpose of this document is to describe the network equipment and cable labeling standard for JKR ICT project. Any labeling standard other than this is considered as none comply and can not be implemented on site. 2. EQUIPMENT RACK LABELING CONVENTION All Network Equipment rack must be of front lockable tempered glass door. The Network Equipment Rack in the Network System are named and labeled according to a specific Labeling convention that allows easy identification of the equipment including type and location. The Labeling Convention is as follows: EXAMPLE 1:

Building Name Building Level Rack Number

A1.1
Figure 1: Labelling Convention for Equipment Rack

Where, Building Name is A for Blok A, B for Blok B, etc. Building Level is 1 for Level 1, 2 for Level 2, 3 for Level 3, etc. Rack Number is 1 for Rack number 1 on that floor.

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EXAMPLE 2:

Building Name Building Level Rack Number

A1.3
Figure 2: Labelling Convention

Where, Building Name is A for Blok A, B for Blok B, etc. Building Level is 1 for Level 1, 2 for Level 2, 3 for Level 3, etc. Rack Number is 3 for Rack number 3 on that floor. 3. SWITCH LABELING CONVENTION The Switches within the Network System are named and labeled according to a specific Labeling convention that allows easy identification of the equipment including type and location. The Labeling Convention is as follows:

Building Name Building Level Rack Number Switch Number in Rack

A1.1.S1
Figure 3: Labeling Convention

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Where, Building Name is A for Blok A, B for Blok B, etc. Building Level is 0 for Ground Level, 1 for Level 1, 2 for Level 2, etc. Rack Number is 1 for Rack number 1 on that floor. Switch Number in Rack is 1 for the 1st switch in that rack. 4. DATA AND VOICE OUTLET LABELING CONVENTION The DATA and VOICE outlets are named and labeled according to a specific Labeling convention that allows easy identification of the structured cabling including type and location. The Labeling Convention is as follows:

Building Name Building Level Rack Number Port Number Outlet Type

B1.1.10D
Figure 4: Labeling Convention for Data Outlet

Where, Building Name is B for Blok A, C for Blok C, etc. Building Level is 1 for Level 1, 2 for Level 2, 3 for Level 2, etc. Rack Number is 1 for Rack number 1 on that floor. Port Number is 10 for Port Number 10 on patch panel. Outlet Type is D for Data Outlet, V for Voice Outlet.

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Colour: BLUE for Data.

Building Name Building Level Rack Number Port Number Outlet Type

B1.1.10V
Figure 5: Labeling Convention for Voice Outlet

Where, Building Name is B for Blok A, C for Blok C, etc. Building Level is 1 for Level 1, 2 for Level 2, 3 for Level 2, etc. Rack Number is 1 for Rack number 1 on that floor. Port Number is 10 for Port Number 10 on patch panel. Outlet Type is V for Voice Outlet. Colour: GREEN for Voice

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5. UTP PATCH PANEL LABELING CONVENTION Ports on the UTP Patch Panel in the same rack shall be labeled continuously, in sequence. E.g.: If UTP Patch Panel #1 has port numbers 1 to 24, then UTP Patch Panel #2 shall use port numbers 25 to 48 and so on.

Figure 6: Labeling Convention for Patch Panel

6. UTP PATCH CORD LABELING CONVENTION UTP Patch Cord in the same rack shall be labeled continuously at both end, in sequence. E.g.: If UTP Patch Cords on Patch Panel #1 has patch cord numbers 1 to 24, then UTP Patch Cords on Patch Panel #2 shall use numbers 25 to 48 and so on. Label holder shall be made of durable plastic and can be safely tied to the cable.

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Figure 7: Cable patching from Network Switch to Patch Panel

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7. FIBRE PATCH PANEL LABELING CONVENTION All fiber port shall be of SC type connector. The top part of the ports shall be labeled with the Building|Level. Rack Number where the fibre cable originates from and shall be labeled in pairs. For example: if the fibre cable on ports 1-2 and 3-4 originates from TCR/IT Room, Level 1, A Block, then the top part shall be labeled A1.1. The bottom part of the ports on the Fibre Patch Panel in the same rack shall be labeled continuously, in sequence. E.g.: If Fibre Patch Panel #1 has port numbers 1 to 12, then Fibre Patch Panel #2 shall use port numbers 13 to 24 and so on.

Figure 8: Labeling Convention Fibre Patch Panel

8. FIBRE PATCH CORD LABELING CONVENTION Fibre Patch Cord in the same rack shall be labeled continuously at both end, in sequence. E.g.: If Fibre Patch Cords on Patch Panel #1 has patch cord numbers 1 to 12, then Fibre Patch Cords on Patch Panel #2 shall use numbers 13 to 24 and so on. Label holder shall be made of durable plastic and can be safely tied to the cable.

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