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Nortel Routers _ Switches

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									        Vital Network Services, Inc.


                                         ASP Technician Training

                                         Motor City Electric
                                    Nortel Switches and Routers




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                                         Vital’s Role

   • Support Motor City’s customer Daimler
     Chrysler
   • Support Nortel hardware and software as
     directed by Chrysler and or Nortel




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                                Products Covered

   • Remote Annex 2000
   • System 3000/3030 Chassis
   • 5000 Chassis
   • Baystack 102 Hub
   • Baystack 350, 380, 450, 460, 470, 5510, 5520 and
     5530 Switches
   • Passport 8010 Switch Chassis
   • AN/ANH, ARN and ASN Routers




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         VT100 Terminal Emulation
          Download one of these FREE programs for
          console access to Nortel products:

   • Hyperterminal Private Edition:
     http://www.hilgraeve.com/htpe/download.html
          NOTE: This is an upgraded version of Hyperterminal that
          comes with windows


   • Tera Term Pro:
     http://www.ayera.com/teraterm/

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                                         TFTP

          Download this FREE TFTP server at
          http://www.solarwinds.net/freetools.htm




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          Required Cables/Adapters
   • DB9 female to DB9 female RS232 (EIA232) serial cable
     (straight-thru)
   • DB9 female to male gender changer
   • Ethernet crossover cable (1 to 3, 2 to 6, 3 to 1, 6 to 2)
   • DB9 null modem adapter (crossover)
   • RJ45 T1 loopback plug (1 to 4, 2 to 5)

          NOTE: Depending on your laptop you may need a USB to
          DB9 serial cable.

          NOTE: Remote Annex 2002 requires DB9 to RJ45 cable
          (pinout on page 10)

          All can be purchased at Radio Shack or your local electrical supply store.

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                                         Ethernet Crossover




                                           RJ45 T1 loop




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            Laptop RS232 Serial Port
   RS232 (EIA232) DB9 pinout reference
   1            Data Carrier Detect
   2            Receive Data
   3            Transmit Data
   4            Data Terminal Ready
   5            Signal Ground
   6            Data Set Ready
   7            Request To Send
   8            Clear To Send
   9            Ring Indicator

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                         Remote Annex 2000
          The Remote Annex 2000 is a multi-protocol, remote access
          server that provides remote network access.

          The Remote Annex 2000 connects from 1 to 16
          asynchronous serial devices to a LAN.

          NOTE: The model 2002 that Chrysler uses has onboard flash
          for self booting, 16 async ports (port 1 is console) and 1
          10BaseT port.




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                         Remote Annex 2000




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                         Remote Annex 2000
   Serial Port 1 (Console Port) RJ45
                                         Port Pinout
                      Pin Number                       Signal
                             1                         RTS
                             2                         DTR
                             3                         TXD
                             4                         DCD
                             5                         RXD
                             6                         GND
                             7                         DSR
                             8                         CTS

   NOTE: Requires female DB9 to RJ45 console cable


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                         Remote Annex 2000
                                         Nortel console cable pinout

                RJ45                                   DB9 Female
                  1                          to             8
                  2                          to             6 ( 6 to 1)
                  3                          to             2
                  4 (4 to 7)                 to             4
                  5                          to             3
                  6                          to             5
                  7 (7 to 4)                 to             4
                  8                          to             7

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                         Remote Annex 2000
   Console Access

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 bits
   •      No parity
   •      Flow control Xon/Xoff


   NOTE:Rom Monitor has no password by default


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                         Remote Annex 2000
   To Self Boot the Remote Annex 2000

   1) Enter the ROM Monitor prompt from the Console.
   2) Set the Internet address to a valid IP address and the subnet
      mask to a valid mask using the addr command.
   3) Set the interface sequence to self using the sequence
      command.
   4) Boot the Remote Annex.




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                                         System 3000
   Model 3000N Concentrator Chassis Features
   • Twelve slots for host modules, internetworking modules, or
     network management modules
   • Support for up to five Ethernet segments
   • Single Model 3002 460-watt power supply (standard
     equipment)
   • Possible use of the Model 3002DC 48-volt power supply
   • Backplane with multisegment Ethernet bus, dedicated
     network management interface bus, and a power supply bus

   NOTE: Modules are not Hot-Swap capable. Must Power Off
   http://www25.nortelnetworks.com/library/tpubs/html/hubs/s3000/893_071D/toc.htm

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                                         System 3000

                                         Model 3000 chassis




                                         Cards Not Hot Swappable

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                                         System 3030
        Model 3030-01-HW Department Concentrator
                       Features:

   • Four slots for host modules, internetworking modules, or
     network management modules
   • One Ethernet segment
   • Integral 150-watt power supply
   • Dedicated network management interface bus


   NOTE: Modules are not Hot-Swap capable. Must Power Off
   http://www25.nortelnetworks.com/library/tpubs/html/hubs/s3000/893_071D/toc.htm



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                                         System 3030
                                         Model 3030-01-HW




                                         Cards Not Hot Swappable


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                              System 3000/3030
          Ethernet Network Management Module
          Console Access

   Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable
   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      No parity
   •      1 stop bit
   •      No Flow Control
   •      Standard ASCII code
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                              System 3000/3030
          When the chassis is powered up and passes POST
          (Power On Self Test) the following displays:

                                         NMM Code Downloading starting
                                          Type ^C for keyboard control.
                                                Trying to bootp
          NOTE: If there is a bootp server on the network it will boot it’s image and
          config with no interaction needed. If not, the image and config tftp boot
          parameters need to be configured.

          NOTE: Refer to 3314SA document on the Vital eXchange


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                              System 3000/3030
   Verify the LED status:

   • Status LED must be ON
   • Link Status LED must be ON (Model 3314-ST NMM if
     interconnected port is connected to another chassis)
   • On Line LED must be flashing
   • Pri/Sec LED must be ON
   • Other LEDs must be OFF




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                              System 3000/3030
                                    Type Cntrl+C to get boot menu

             If NMM was replaced will need to configure
                  image and config boot parameters

   NOTE: Refer to 3314SA document on the Vital eXchange




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                                         System 5000
   • System 5000 Chassis Features
   • Front card cage with slots for up to 14 System 5000 modules
   • Ethernet, token ring, FDDI, and ATM modular backplanes
   • Multiple connectivity options, depending on the installed backplane
   • Support for a broad range of connectivity and management modules
   • Rear-mounted supervisory module that provides chassis status
     monitoring and redundant configuration maintenance
   • High-speed parallel common management bus for communication
     between all front-installed modules and the supervisory module
   • Common management for all access methods
   • Support for up to three rear-mounted –48 V AC or 48 V DC power
     supplies, providing a range of 950 to 1550 watts in redundant and
     nonredundant configurations


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                                         System 5000
   • No single point of failure for chassis subsystems
          -> Redundant clock modules, switchover to backup clock controlled
             by supervisory module
          -> Forced-air cooling via dual fans
   • Easy maintenance
          -> Status and operation LEDs on front status panel duplicated on
             supervisory module
          -> All front-installed modules, fan unit, power supplies, and
                      supervisory module are “hot swappable”
   • Single service port for connection to all modules on front




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                                         System 5000
                                          Model 5000 Chassis




                                           Cards Hot Swappable

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                                         System 5000
   Console Access:
   Service port is male DB9 connector on the front of Chassis
   Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable
   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      No parity
   •      1 stop bit
   •      Xon/Xoff flow control
   •      ASCII code

   NOTE: If a menu other than the Slot Selection menu is displayed, press
             [Esc] until the Slot Selection menu is displayed.
   Also, If chassis and system diagnostics are still in progress, the system log is
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                                         Baystack 102
   • 24 port 10 base-T ethernet hub
   • 2 Media Adapter slots
   • Up to 10 hubs can be stacked together to
     create one virtual repeater
   • A managed hub or stack requires 1 NMM
     (Network Management Module) installed in
     the back slot



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                                         Baystack 102
                                              Baystack 102



                                              Redundant Links




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                                         Baystack 102




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                                         Baystack 102
   Console Access:

   Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      No parity
   •      1 stop bit
   •      No flow control

   NOTE: Must enter Ctrl+C to access Main Menu
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                                         Baystack 350
          There are 4 different models:

   • Model 350F-HD provides 24 autosense 10/100BASE-TX
     ports and two 100BASE-FX fiber optic ports.
   • Model 350F provides 12 autosense 10/100BASE-TX ports
     and two 100BASE-FX fiber optic ports.
   • Model 350T-HD provides 24 autosense 10/100BASE-TX
     ports.
   • Model 350T provides 16 autosense 10/100BASE-TX ports.




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                                         Baystack 350




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                                         Baystack 350
   1 - Power Power LED
   2 - Diagnostics Diagnostics LED
            On: The switch passed the self-test.
            Blinking: A nonfatal error occurred during the self-test.
            Off: The switch failed the self-test.
   3 - (port numbers) 100BASE-FX fiber optic port connectors.
   4 - (port numbers) 10BASE-T/100BASE-TX RJ-45 (8-pin modular) port
   5 - (port numbers) 100BASE-FX LED matrix.
   6 - 100 100BASE-FX/TX port status LEDs
   7 - 10 base-T port status
   8 - F Dx Full-duplex port status LEDs
   9 - Activity Port activity LEDs
   10 - Comm Port

          NOTE: Console port is on the rear of models 350F and 350T


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                                         Baystack 350
   Console Access:

   Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      No parity
   •      1 stop bit
   •      No flow control

   NOTE: Must enter Ctrl+C to access Main Menu
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                                         Baystack 380

   • 20 -10/100/1000 mini GBIC ethernet ports
   • 4 – 10/100/1000 GBIC ethernet ports
   • 1 – 10/100 base-T out of band management port




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                                         Baystack 380




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                                         Baystack 380
   GBICs - Gigabit Interface Converters
   • 1000BASE-SX—uses multimode fiber over distances up to 550 meters
   • 1000BASE-LX—uses multimode fiber over distances up to 550 meters or
     single-mode fiber over distances up to 10 kilometers
   • 1000BASE-XD—uses single-mode fiber over distances up to 50 km
   • 1000BASE-ZX—uses single-mode fiber over distances up to 70 km

          GBICs are available in different case styles. One type has
          two spring tabs at the front of the GBIC; the other type has an
          extractor handle on the front.

          NOTE: GBICs are hot swappable.



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                                         Baystack 380
                                               GBICs




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                                         Baystack 380
          SPF – Small Form Factor Pluggable transceiver

          Small Form Factor Pluggable Gigabit Interface Converters
          are hot-swappable input/output enhancement components
          designed for use with Nortel Networks products to allow
          Gigabit Ethernet ports to link with Short Wavelength (SX),
          Long Wave length (LX), and Coarse Wavelength Division
          Multiplexed (CWDM) fiber optic networks.




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                                         Baystack 380
   Console Access:

   Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      No parity
   •      1 stop bit
   •      No flow control

   NOTE: Must enter Ctrl+C to access Main Menu
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                                         Baystack 450
   These are some of the features of the Baystack 450:

   • Layer 2 switch
   • Store-and-forward
   • Fail-Safe Stacking: Provides uninterrupted connectivity for up to eight
     units, and requires a 400-ST1 Cascade Module kit per stacked unit.
   • High-speed uplink/expansion slot: Allows you to attach optional media
     dependent adapters (MDAs) that support a range of media types.
   • Virtual local area networks (VLANs)
   • IEEE 802.3u-compliant autonegotiation
   • Spanning Tree Protocol (STP): Complies with IEEE 802.1D standard.
   • IEEE 802.1p prioritizing
   • Port mirroring
   • RADIUS network security


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                                         Baystack 450
          There are 3 models

   • Model 450-12T with 12 10/100 base-T ports
   • Model 450-24T with 24 10/100 base-T ports
   • Model 450-12F with 12 100 base-FX MT-RJ ports




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                                         Baystack 450




         MDA and cascade modules are not Hot Swappable


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                                         Baystack 450
          The 450 has an uplink/expansion module slot which can
          support one of the following MDAs (Media Dependent
          Adapters):

   •      10BASE-T/100BASE-TX (UTP) 400-4TX MDA
   •      100BASE-FX (Multimode fiber) 400-2FX MDA 400-4FX MDA
   •      1000BASE-SX (Shortwave gigabit fiber) 450-1SR MDA, 450-1SX MDA
   •      1000BASE-LX (Longwave gigabit fiber) 450-1LR MDA, 450-1LX MDA
   •      Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) 450-2M3 MDA, 450-2S3 MDA
   •      Gigabit Interface Converter (GBIC) 450-1GBIC MDA


          NOTE: MDAs are not hot swappable. Must power off

          GBICs are hot swappable.

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                                         Baystack 450
                                               Stacking

   • Up to 8 Baystack switches can be stacked together to create
     1 virtual switch
   • All switches in a stack must have the same version software
     image running
   • A replacement switch must be at the same level before
     adding to the stack

          NOTE: Cascade modules are not hot swappable



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                                         Batstack 450
                                         400 ST-1 cascade module

   • The module installs in the slot in the back of the switch
   • Set the Unit Select switch to the UP position (Base) on the
     Base unit switch
   • (Usually the top switch in the stack but may be the bottom)




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                                         Baystack 450
                   Connecting cascade cables on a 2 switch stack




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                                         Baystack 450
   •      Can stack up to 8 switches
   •      This is a stacked DOWN configuration.
   •      Data flows from the Base unit (1) down through the stack.




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                                         Baystack 450
          Stacked switch installation:

   • Power up all switches in the stack within 15 seconds
     (Base unit first)
   • The software will number the switches in the stack
     starting with the Base unit number 1.
   • The switch connected to the Base unit cascade OUT
     port will be configured as unit number 2 and so on.



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                                         Baystack 450
   To replace a failing switch in the stack:
   Under the direction of Chrysler NOC/Nortel
   Prepare the new switch:
          NOTE: Most likely Chrysler will have you configure an IP address, subnet mask
          and default gateway on the switch and connect it to the network so they can
          prepare/upgrade it remotely.
   Replace the failing switch:
   •      Power off failing switch
   •      Remove the cascade cable from the Cascade A IN connector on the failing switch.
   •      Remove the cascade cable from the Cascade A Out connector on the failing switch.
   •      Remove the failing switch and install the new switch. (May need to move cascade module
          from old switch to new and the MDA if present)
   •      Verify Unit Select switch on cascade module (UP for Base switch DOWN for all others)
   •      Reconnect the cascade cables (removed in steps 1 and 2) to the new switch.
   •      Power on – Base unit first.

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                                         Baystack 450
          Verify LED status:

   • The Pwr LED and Status LED for all units in the stack are all ON (green)
   • If the Pwr or Status LED for any unit in the stack is OFF, or blinking, refer
     to the troubleshooting chapter in your switch’s User Guide
   • The Cas Up/Dwn LEDs for all units in the stack are all ON (green)
   • If the Cas Up/Dwn LED for any unit in the stack is OFF, or yellow, check
     the cable connections to and from the 400-ST1 cascade connectors
   • The Base LED for the base unit only is ON
   • If one (or more) Base LEDs are blinking, no unit (or more than one unit) is
     configured as the base unit




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                                         Baystack 450

                                              LED status




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                                         Baystack 450
Console Access:

Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

•      Speed 9600
•      8 data bits
•      No parity
•      1 stop bit
•      Flow control Xon/Xoff

NOTE: Must enter Ctrl+Y to access Main Menu

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                                         Baystack 450




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                                         Baystack 460
   The 460 has the same features as the 450 plus:

   • Power over ethernet
   • Advanced QoS


   It has 24 IEEE 802.3af standards compliant ports
      (POE)




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                                         Baystack 460




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                                         Baystack 460
   Console Access:

   Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      1 stop bits
   •      No parity
   •      No flow control


   NOTE: Must enter Ctrl+Y to access Main Menu
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                                         Batstack 470
          There are 4 models:

   • Model 470-24T with 24 10/100 base T ports and 2 GBIC
     ports
   • Model 470-48T with 48 10/100 base T ports or 46 10/100
     ports and configure 47 and 48 to use the built in GBIC ports

          NOTE: These same models are available with POE (power
          over ethernet) 470-24T-PWR and 470-48T-PWR




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                                         Baystack 470
                                            Model 470-24T




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                                         Baystack 470
   Console Access:

   Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      1 stop bits
   •      No parity
   •      No flow control


   NOTE: Must enter Ctrl+Y to access Main Menu
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                                         Stacking
        Up to 8 Baystack switches can be stacked together to create
        1 virtual switch

        NOTE: All switches in a stack must have the same version
        software image running.

          A replacement switch must be at the same level before
          adding to the stack

          With BOSS (Baystack Operating system Switching Software)
          v3 or above any of the Baystack 460, 470 or Business Policy
          Switches can reside in the same stack




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                                         Baystack 5510
          Ethernet Routing Switch
          Gigabit Switch
          There are 2 models:

   • Model 5510-24T with 24 10/100/1000 base-T ports. Ports 23
     and 24 can be configured to use the built in SPF GBICs
   • Model 5510-48T with 48 10/100/1000 base-T ports. Ports 47
     and 48 can be configured to use the built in SPF GBICs

   NOTE: SPF – Small Form Factor Pluggable transceiver


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                                         Baystack 5510

                                            Model 5510-48T




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                                         Baystack 5520
          Ethernet Routing Switch
          Gigabit Switch
          Same features as the 5510 but with POE
          (power over ethernet)

   • Model 5520-24T-PWR
   • Model 5520-48T-PWR


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                                         Baystack 5520

                                          Model 5520-24T-PWR
                                          Model 5520-48T-PWR




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                                         Baystack 5530
          Ethernet Routing Switch
          Gigabit Switch

   • Model 5530-24TFD with 24 10/100/1000BASE-T RJ-45 ports,
     12 shared Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP) slots, and 2
     slots for 10 Gigabit Ethernet Small Form-factor Pluggable
     (XFP) modules




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                                         Baystack 5530


                                           Model 5530-24TFD




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                                         Baystack 55xx
   Console Access
          Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      1 stop bits
   •      No parity
   •      No flow control


   NOTE: Must enter Ctrl+Y to access Main Menu
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                                         Passport 8010
          Core Ethernet Routing Switch
          10 Slot Chassis
          ―Hot Swap‖ capable modules
          Redundant power and CPU modules

   • 8100 Modules provide layer 2 switching capabilities
   • 8600 modules provide layer 3 routing and switching
     capabilities
   • 8190SM – Switch Management Module (CPU)
   • 8691SF – Switch Fabric Module (CPU)
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                                         Passport 8010
                                             8010 Chassis




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                                         Passport 8010
   • Single CPU operation requires 8190SM or
     8691SF module in slot 5
   • Redundancy requires a CPU module in slots
     5 and 6
   • Slot numbering starts with the top slot (slot 1)




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                                         Passport 8010




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                                         Passport 8010




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                                         Passport 8010
          Console Access:
          You can use a female DB9 to female DB9 serial or null modem
          (crossover) cable

          The 8190SM and 8691SF modules have a DTE/DCE switch on the front
          of the module that allows you to set the console port for DCE or DTE.

          NOTE: Older Accelar CPU modules do not have this feature and require
          a null modem (crossover) adapter.

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      1 stop bits
   •      No parity
   •      No flow control


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                                         Passport 8010

   The default login for full control is:
   • rwa
   • default password: rwa




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                                         Passport 8010
          Status commands
   • show sys info – displays quick status of hardware and
     software version
   • show tech – gives full status of the switch
   • show ip route info – displays route table
   • show log file – displays event log
     NOTE: use show log file tail to display the most recent
     events first
   • dir – displays files on flash (onboard) and pcmcia card
     (removable)
   • ! – repeats the last command
   • logout – log out
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                                         Passport 8010
          To remove a module:

   • Loosen the retaining screws on both sides of the
     module
   • Extend the inserter/extractor levers away from the
     module
   • Gently slide the module out of the chassis




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                                         Passport 8010
          To install a module:

   • Look in the slot to make sure there are no pins bent
   • Look at the module to make sure there is no connector
     damage
   • Line up the module circuit board with the
     card guides in the chassis
   • Gently slide the module in the chassis until the connectors
     touch the backplane
   • Push the inserter/extractor levers toward the chassis to seat
     the module in the backplane
   • Tighten the retaining screws on both sides of the module


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                                         Nortel Routers


                                               AN/ANH
                                                ARN
                                                ASN




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                                         AN/ANH

   • Fixed configuration router
   • The ANH router has a built in 8 or 12 port hub




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                                         AN/ANH
                                          AN Rear View




                                          ANH Rear View




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                                         ARN

   • Fixed base LAN module
   • 1 expansion module slot
   • 2 adapter module slots




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                                         ASN

   • Stackable router (up to 4 routers stacked
     together to create 1 virtual router)
   • 4 slots for net modules per router

          NOTE: In a stacked configuration each router must
          have a SPEX or SPEX-HS (Hot Swap) net module
          installed. This leaves 3 slots for other net modules
          per router.

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                                         ASN

                                         ASN Front View




                                         ASN Rear View




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                                         ASN
          Stacking:

   • The ASN has a slot ID selector on the back.
   • In a stacked configuration each router must have a
     unique slot ID.
   • You should set the ID for the bottom router to 1 and
     increase by 1 for each router above it.
   • A SPEX or SPEX-HS module must be installed in
     net module slot 4 for each router in the stack.

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                                         ASN

                                         Slot ID Selector




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                                         ASN
          SPEX (Stack Packet Exchange) Net Module:

   • A terminator plug must be installed on the SPEX
     module IN port on the router on the bottom of the
     stack
   • Cable the other routers OUT port to IN port
   • A terminator plug must be installed on the OUT port
     of the router on the top of the stack



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                                         ASN
          SPEX-HS (Hot Swap) Net Module:

   • A single cable connects all routers in the
     stack
   • Connect the cable to port A on the SPEX-HS
     module
     NOTE: No terminator required



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                                         ASN

          SPEX cable and terminator 




          SPEX-HS cable




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                             AN/ANH/ARN/ASN
          Console Access
          Requires female DB9 to female DB9 serial cable

   •      Speed 9600
   •      8 data bits
   •      1 stop bits
   •      No parity
   •      No flow control

          NOTE: Most ASN routers have a male DB9 console port but
          some older models may have a female DB9 port.

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                             AN/ANH/ARN/ASN
          Logging in:

   • Log in as Manager (case sensitive) for full access
   • There is no default password
   • You can also log in as User to view the status of the
     router

          NOTE: Customer may have created a password.
          You may have to ask for it or let them log in remotely
          to check status
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                             AN/ANH/ARN/ASN
          Router Status:
   • show ip cir – displays status of IP interfaces
   • show ip routes – displays routing table
   • show sync stats – displays bytes/frames transmitted and
     received (also errors) on sync interfaces
   • show csmacd – displays bytes/frames transmitted and
     received (also errors) on ethernet interfaces
   • stamp – displays software version
   • dir – displays files on removable pcmcia flash card
   • show log – displays event log
          NOTE: show log -fwf will display only fault and warning events
   • ! – repeats the last command
   • logout – log out

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                                         ASN
          Removing Net Modules:
          Modules are not hot swap. Remove power
   •      The component tray slides out from of the back of the router so it may
          need to be removed from the rack or cabinet to have room to slide it out.
   •      Loosen the retaining screws in the back of the ASN.
   •      Slide the component tray out.
   •      If there is an empty slot above the module you want to replace remove
          the filler bracket by lifting it up and toward the front of the tray.
   •      To remove a module pull up on the handle while pushing the white
          retainer clip away from the board.
   •      Lift the module up and toward the front of the tray by holding the handle
          and the metal interface bracket on the module.

          NOTE: Identify cables (with permanent marker) and module slot locations
          before removing. Slots are numbered 1 through 4.

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                                         ASN
          Installing Net Modules:

   • Align the slots on the metal interface bracket of the
     module with the tabs in the slot position of the tray.
   • Hold up on the metal interface bracket while lining
     up the connectors and white retaining clip.
   • Push down on the module handle until the connector
     is secured and the retaining clip snaps into place.
   • Push down on the module bracket so that it rests on
     the metal tabs of the tray slot.

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                                         ASN

   • After installing a net module connect to the console
     port before powering on.
   • With a console connection you can watch POST
     (Power On Self Test) to make sure the module is
     recognized and passes diagnostics.




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                         New Product Names
   • The Baystack family of switches are now
     known as Ethernet Switch and Ethernet
     Routing Switch.
   • The Accelar/Passport switches are now
     known as Ethernet Routing Switch.




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                                         Vital FTP Site
          This presentation and product manuals are on
          Vital’s ftp server at:
          ftp://65.118.69.226
          Login: fieldtech
          Password: c1sc0
          Directory: techsupport/Nortel-MotorCity

          For more information on Nortel products go to:
          http://www.nortel.com



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                                         Web Links

          Here is a good cabling site for pinouts.
          http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/701/14.html#topic10

          For parts http://www.cnaweb.com




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