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AT-CV5000Media Converter Chassis Installation Guide

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4.Secure the ground lug with the lock nut you removed in Step 2, as shown in Figure 23.

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5.Attach the other end of the ground wire to an appropriate ground (earth).

6.Install a ground wire to the other frame ground stud repeating steps 1 through 5.

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Installing a Converteon™ Line Card

To install a Converteon™ line card, perform the following procedure:

Note

The Converteon™ line cards can be installed in any line card slots located in the front panel of the AT-CV5000chassis.

Note

For more information about the Converteon™ line cards, refer to “Converteon™ Line Cards” on page 28.

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Caution Be sure to observe all standard electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions, such as wearing an antistatic wrist strap, to avoid damaging the device. A line card can be damaged by static electricity.

1.Remove the Converteon™ line card 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 line card slot in the AT-CV5000chassis where you want to install the line card.

3.Remove the AT-CV5PNL1blank slot cover from the selected slot.

Keep the blank slot cover in a safe area in case you remove the line card. The blank slot cover is used to keep dust from getting into the chassis and maintains proper airflow, cooling, and ventilation throughout the chassis.

4.Set the line card’s DIP switches.

For more information about the DIP switch settings, refer to the

Converteon™ Media Converter Line Cards Reference Guide.

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5.Locate the top and bottom alignment guides inside the line card slots, as shown in Figure 24.

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Figure 24. Location of the Alignment Guides

6.Align the line card with the top and bottom alignment guides located inside the slot.

7.Slide the line card into the slot, as shown in Figure 25, until the slot cover is flush with the front of the chassis.

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8.Use a Phillips screwdriver to tighten the captive screw on the line card, as shown in Figure 26.

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Figure 26. Tightening the Captive Screw

Note

Always tighten the captive screw to secure the line card to the chassis.

If you purchased an AT-CV5M01Management Card for the chassis, go to“Working with the AT-CV5M01 Management Card” on page 76. If you purchased additional line cards, repeat this procedure to install the card. Otherwise, go to“Cabling a Converteon™ Line Card in an AT-CV5000 Chassis” on page 55.

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Cabling a Converteon™ Line Card in an AT-CV5000Chassis

Cabling a Fiber

Optic Port

Perform the following procedures to connect to the ports that come with the line cards and/or other modules.

Note

For a current list of line cards for the Converteon™ Series Chassis, refer to the Allied Telesis web site or consult your authorized sales representative. For detailed descriptions of these line cards, refer to the documentation shipped with the line cards and/or the

Converteon™ Media Converter Line Cards Reference Guide.

When attaching a fiber optic cable, be sure to observe the following guidelines:

Be sure that the cable connector is firmly locked into place in the port.

You should verify that you are using the appropriate type of fiber optic cabling.

You should verify that the operating specifications of the converter’s fiber optic port are compatible with the fiber optic port on the remote end node. For example, you cannot connect a fiber optic port with a maximum distance of 500 meters (1,640 feet) and an operating wavelength of 1310 nm to another fiber optic port that has a maximum distance of 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) and an operating wavelength of 1550 nm.

Caution

Make sure to measure the optical power prior to connecting the cables. High optical power can potentially damage the optical receiver.

Cabling a Dual SC Port

Dual SC port, shown in Figure 27, consists of two separate connectors. Each connects to a separate fiber strand. One is for receiving data and the other is for transmitting data. When connecting a fiber optic cable to a SC port, be sure that the receiver fiber connector is connected to the transmitter connector on the remote end node, and the transmitter fiber

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To connect a fiber optic cable to a dual SC connector, perform the following procedure:

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1.Remove the dust cover from the fiber optic port, as shown in Figure 28.

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2.Connect the appropriate optical cable to the port, as shown in Figure 29.

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Figure 29. Connecting to the Dual SC Fiber Optic Port

3.Connect the other end of the optical cable to the link partner.

4.Power ON the end nodes.

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5.When the connection is established, the LK LED for the fiber optic port should show green. If the LED is OFF, refer to “Troubleshooting” on page 95 for instructions.

Cabling a Simplex SC Connector

To connect a fiber optic cable to a simplex SC connectors, perform the following procedure:

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Remove the dust cover from the simplex fiber optic port, as shown in Figure 30.

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Figure 30. Removing the Dust Cover from a Simplex SC Fiber Optic Port

6.Connect the appropriate optical cable to the port, as shown in Figure 31.

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Figure 31. Connecting to the Simplex SC Fiber Optic Port

7.Connect the other end of the optical cable to the link partner.

8.Power ON the end nodes.

9.When the connection is established, the LK LED for the fiber optic port should show green. If the LED is OFF, refer to “Troubleshooting” on page 95 for instructions.

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Cabling a

Twisted Pair Port

When you connect a twisted pair cable to a port, observe the following guidelines:

An RJ-45connector should fit snugly into the port on the converter. The tab on the connector should lock the connector into place.

You can use a straight-throughor crossover twisted pair cable to connect any type of network device to a port on the converter.

To connect to the 10/100Base-TXport, perform the following procedure:

1.Connect the twisted pair cable to the twisted pair port, as shown in Figure 32.

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2.Connect the other end of the RJ-45cable to the link partner.

3.Power ON the end nodes.

When the connection is established, the LK LED for the 10/100BaseTX port should show green. If the LED is OFF, refer to “Troubleshooting” on page 95 for instructions.

To connect a fiber optic cable to an SFP transceiver, perform the following procedure:

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1. Insert the SFP transceiver into the SFP slot on the line card, as shown

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For information about the proper cable type, refer to the SFP transceiver installation instructions.

Note

Before you install the cable in the SFP transceiver, verify that the optical power input to the transceiver is within its dynamic range.

2.Remove the dust cover from the SFP transceiver in the line card, as shown in Figure 34.

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3.Connect the fiber optic cable to the SFP transceiver, as shown in Figure 35.

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Figure 35. Connecting Fiber Optic Cables to the SFP Transceiver

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Powering On an AC Powered Chassis

This section describes how to power on an AC powered AT-CV5000chassis. If your chassis is DC powered, see“Powering On a DC Powered Chassis” on page 64.

Note

The AT-CV5000chassis is shipped without any power supplies installed. You must install at least one power supply in order to power on the chassis. For information about installing an AC power supply, refer to“Installing an AT-PWR14 AC Power Supply” on page 82.

Caution

The AT-CV5000Media Converter chassis can contain two power supplies of the same type (AC or DC) or a combination of the two versions with the same power ratings. Make sure not to mix power supplies with different power ratings in the same chassis.

For information on the power supply module, refer to the documentation that is shipped with the module.

Note

The AT-PWR14AC power supply is shipped with four power cords, one each for North America, the UK, Europe, and Australia. Locate the correct power cord for your location before beginning this procedure.

To power on an AC powered chassis, perform the following procedure:

1.Make sure that the ON/OFF power switch is in the OFF position, as shown in Figure 36.

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