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AT-CV5000Media Converter Chassis Installation Guide

7.Slide the blank slot cover into the slot, as shown in Figure 66, until the slot cover is flush with the front of the chassis.

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Figure 66. Inserting an AT-CV5PNL1Blank Slot Cover

8.Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screw, as shown in Figure 67.

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Figure 67. Tightening the Captive Screw on an AT-CV5PNL1

Note

Always tighten the captive screw to secure the blank slot cover to the chassis.

9.Repeat this procedure to install additional AT-CV5PNL1blank slot covers.

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Installing an

AT-CV5PNL2

Blank Slot Cover

The AT-CV5PNL2blank slot cover is designed to cover any unoccupied power supply module slots in theAT-CV5000chassis model only.

To install an AT-CV5PNL2blank slot cover, perform the following procedure:

1.Remove the AT-CV5PNL2blank slot cover from its shipping package and store the package in a safe place.

Note

You must use the original package if you need to return the unit to Allied Telesis.

2.Select the power supply slot in the AT-CV5000chassis where you want to install the blank slot cover.

3.Align the back edge of the blank slot cover with the alignment guides located inside the slot.

4.Slide the blank slot cover into the slot, as shown in Figure 68, until the slot cover is flush with the front of the chassis.

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Figure 68. Inserting an AT-CV5PNL2Blank Slot Cover

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Figure 69. Tightening the Captive Screws on an AT-CV5PNL2

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Installing an

AT-CV5PNL3

Blank Slot Cover

Note

Always tighten the captive screws to secure the blank slot cover to the chassis.

The AT-CV5PNL3blank slot cover is designed to cover the unoccupied expansion slot located in the rear of theAT-CV5000chassis.

To install an AT-CV5PNL3blank slot cover, perform the following procedure:

1.Remove the AT-CV5PNL3blank slot cover from its shipping package and store the package in a safe place.

Note

You must use the original package if you need to return the unit to Allied Telesis.

2.Align the back edge of the blank slot cover with the alignment guides located inside the slot.

3.Slide the blank slot cover into the slot, as shown in Figure 70, until the slot cover is flush with the front of the chassis.

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Always tighten the captive screws to secure the blank slot cover to the chassis.

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Chapter 4

Troubleshooting

This chapter contains information about how to troubleshoot the chassis and line cards in the event that a problem occurs.

Note

If after following the instructions in this chapter you are unable to resolve the problem, contact Allied Telesis Technical Support for assistance. Refer to “Contacting Allied Telesis” on page 16 for contact information.

LED Interface Card

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The chassis must have at least one operational power supply, indicated by the PS-A(power supply A) andPS-B(power supply B) LEDs.

If one of the power supply LEDs is OFF, but the other LED is ON, perform the following:

Verify that the power supply in question is completely installed in its slot.

Verify that the power switch of the power supply in question is turned ON.

If one or both of the power supply LEDs are slowly blinking, perform the following:

Verify that the ON/OFF power switch for that power supply is turned to ON.

Verify that the power cord is secured in the connector.

Check the fuse or breaker of the circuit that the outlet is on.

If the fan module LED is OFF, perform the following:

Verify that the fan module reporting trouble is operational.

Remove and re-insertthe fan module that is reporting trouble.

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Caution

For normal operation, both fans must be installed in the chassis.

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AT-CV5M01Management Card

PWR LED is

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If the PWR LED on an AT-CV5M01card is OFF, perform the following:

If the chassis is installed on a desktop, check to be sure that the power adapter is securely connected to a power outlet and that the power adapter cable is securely connected to the rear of the converter.

Verify that the power switch is turned ON.

Verify that the power outlet has power by connecting another device to it.

Try using another power adapter.

If the RDY LED on an AT-CV5M01card is blinking, perform the following:

Verify that the settings on the DIP switches and jumpers are correct.

Try using the default settings.

Remove and re-insertthe card.

If the RDY LED on an AT-CV5M01is OFF, perform the following:

Verify that the card is firmly inserted in the slot.

Remove and re-insertthe card.

Verify that at least one power supply in the rear of the converter is operational.

Make sure that the power cord is securely connected to the power source and to the AC connector on the rear panel of the switch.

Verify that the power outlet has power by connecting another device to it.

Try connecting the unit to another power source.

Try using a different power cord.

Check that the voltage from the power source is within the required levels for your region.

If the FLT LED on a line card is blinking, no action is required. A blinking FLT LED could indicate that a new version of the management software is being downloaded to the converter or that the converter’s configuration is being changed, such as with the installation of a new line card. The LED will stop blinking after the converter has completed the download or the configuration change is completed.

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FLT LED is Steadily ON

LK LED is OFF

If the converter FLT LED is steadily on, a problem has occurred in the converter, perform the following:

Try resetting the converter by disconnecting and reconnecting the AC power cord.

Try resetting the management card by pressing the reset button on the LED interface card with the tip of a pen or a non-conductivepointy object.

Try resetting the line card or the module installed in the rear expansion slot by pressing the reset button on the LED interface card with the tip of a pen or a non-conductivepointy object.

Note

If the FLT LED remains steadily on, contact Allied Telesis Technical Support for assistance.

If the LK LED for a twisted pair port on an AT-CV5M01card is OFF, perform the following:

Check that the end node connected to the port is powered ON and is operating properly.

Check that the twisted pair cable is securely connected to the twisted pair port on the switch and on the end node.

Make sure that the twisted pair cable does not exceed 100 meters (328 feet) and that you are using a Category 5 or better cable.

Converteon™ Line Cards

LK LED is

Blinking

LK LED is OFF

If the LK LED for either the fiber optic port or the twisted pair port is blinking, refer to Appendix A in the Converteon™ Media Converter Line Cards Reference Guide.

If the LK LED for a twisted pair port is OFF, do the following:

Check that the end node connected to the port is powered ON and is operating properly.

Check that the twisted pair cable is securely connected to the twisted pair port on the switch and on the end node.

Make sure that the twisted pair cable does not exceed 100 meters (328 feet) and that you are using a Category 5 or better cable.

Check for MissingLink™ option.

If the LK LED for a fiber optic port is OFF, do the following:

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Verify that the end node connected to the port is ON and is operating properly.

Check that the fiber optic cable is securely connected to the fiber optic port on the media converter and on the end node.

Check to be sure that the end node connected to the port is operating at the same port speed.

Verify the fiber connections are correct that is the converter’s TX port is connected to the end node’s RX port, and the converter’s RX port is connected to the end node’s TX port.

Check to be sure that the end nodes connected to the switch are operating at the same duplex mode.

Test the attenuation on the fiber cable to ensure that it does not exceed acceptable values.

Verify that you are using the appropriate type of fiber optic cables and that you have not exceeded the maximum operating distances.

Check that the operating specifications of the fiber optic port on the end node are compatible with the operating specifications of the fiber optic port on the converter.

If you are still experiencing problems after testing and troubleshooting the installation, contact Allied Telesis Technical Support for assistance. Refer to “Contacting Allied Telesis” on page 16 or visit our web site at www.alliedtelesis.com for support information.

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