- •1.1 Using This Guide
- •1.2 Structure of This Guide
- •1.3 8H02-16 Overview
- •1.3.2 Connectivity
- •1.3.3 Full Duplex Switched Ethernet
- •1.3.4 Management
- •1.3.5 Traditional Switching
- •1.3.6 Standards Compatibility
- •1.3.7 LANVIEW Diagnostic LEDs
- •1.4 Local Management Features
- •1.5 Optional Features
- •1.6 Document Conventions
- •1.7 Getting Help
- •1.8 Related Manuals
- •Network Requirements
- •2.1 Network Requirements
- •3.1 Required Tools
- •3.4.1 Tabletop or Shelf Installation
- •3.4.2 Rackmount Installation
- •3.4.3 Connecting to the Power Source
- •3.5 Connecting to the Network
- •3.5.1 Connecting UTP Cables to Ports 1 Through 14
- •4.1 Using LANVIEW
- •4.2 FE-100TX LED
- •4.3 Troubleshooting Checklist
- •4.4 Using the RESET Button
- •COM Port and Telnet Connections
- •5.1 Local Management Terminal Connection
- •5.2 Configuring the Terminal
- •5.5 Runtime IP Address Discovery
- •5.6 COM Port and Telnet Connections
- •Local Management
- •6.1 Overview
- •6.3 Accessing Local Management
- •6.3.1 Navigating Local Management Screens
- •6.3.3 Exiting Local Management Screens
- •6.4 Device Menu Screen
- •6.5 Device Configuration Menu Screen
- •6.6 General Configuration Screen
- •6.6.1 Setting the IP Address
- •6.6.2 Setting the Subnet Mask
- •6.6.3 Setting the Default Gateway
- •6.6.4 Setting the Default Interface
- •6.6.5 Setting the TFTP Gateway IP Address
- •6.6.6 Setting the Device Date
- •6.6.7 Setting the Device Time
- •6.6.8 Entering a New Screen Refresh Time
- •6.6.9 Setting the Screen Lockout Time
- •6.6.11 Enabling the COM Port
- •6.6.12 Changing the COM Port Application
- •6.6.13 Setting the Baud Rate
- •6.7 SNMP Community Names Screen
- •6.7.1 Establishing Community Names
- •6.8 SNMP Traps Screen
- •6.9 Configuring the Trap Table
- •6.10 Bridge Configuration Screen
- •6.10.1 Selecting the STA
- •6.12 Full Duplex Configuration Screen
- •6.12.1 Setting the Operation Mode
- •6.13 System Resources Screen
- •6.13.1 Resetting the Peak Switch Utilization
- •6.13.2 Setting the CPU Management Reservation
- •6.14.2 Setting the FE-100FX Operational Mode
- •6.14.4 Setting the FE-100TX Operational Mode
- •6.14.5 Setting the FE-100TX Advertised Ability
- •6.15 Flash Download Screen
- •6.15.1 Image File Download Using TFTP
- •6.15.2 Image File Download Using BootP
- •6.16 Clear NVRAM Screen
- •6.17 Port Redirect Function Screen
- •6.17.2 Changing Source and Destination Ports
- •6.18 Device Statistics Menu Screen
- •6.19 Bridge Statistics Screen
- •6.20 Port Statistics Screen
- •6.20.1 Displaying Port Statistics
- •6.21 Network Tools
- •6.21.2 Special Commands
- •A.1 Device Specifications
- •A.5 Input/Output Ports
- •A.6 COM Port/Pin Assignments
- •A.7 Agency Approvals
- •FE-100TX and FE-100FX Specifications
- •B.1 FE-100TX
- •B.2 FE-100FX
- •C.1 Required Tools
- •C.2 Removing the Chassis Cover
- •C.3 Setting the Mode Switch
Only qualiﬁed personnel should install the
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NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment uses, generates, and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed in accordance with the operator’s manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely to cause interference in which case the user will be required to correct the interference at his own expense.
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