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PDF Content Summary: IE300 Series Industrial Ethernet Switches AT-IE300-12GT AT-IE300-12GP Installation Guide 613-002041 Rev. B Copyright ♥ 2016 Allied Telesis, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced without prior written permission from Allied Telesis, Inc. Allied Telesis and the Allied Telesis logo are trademarks of Allied Telesis, Incorporated. All other product names, company names, logos or other designations mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. Allied Telesis, Inc. reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior written notice. The information provided herein is subject to change without notice. In no event shall Allied Telesis, Inc. be liable for any incidental, special, indirect, or consequential damages whatsoever, including but not limited to lost profits, arising out of or related to this manual or the information contained herein, even if Allied Telesis, Inc. has been advised of, known, or should have known, the possibility of such damages. Electrical Safety and Emissions Standards This product meets the following standards: U.S. Federal Communications Commission Interference Statement This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. 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 in a controlled environment, such as a cabinet, hut or telecom closet. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: - Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. - Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. - Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. - Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. The Federal Communications Commission warns that changes or modifications of the unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment and any assurances of safety or performance, and could result in violation of part 15 of the FCC Rules. Industry Canada This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada. This equipment complies with radio frequency exposure limits set forth by Industry Canada for a controlled environment. Cet éuipement est conforme aux limites d'exposition aux radiofréuences déinies par Industrie Canada pour un environnement contré. European Union Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in Electrical and Electronic Equipment This Allied Telesis RoHS-compliant product conforms to the European Union Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in Electrical and Electronic Equipment. Allied Telesis ensures RoHS conformance by requiring supplier Declarations of Conformity, monitoring incoming materials, and maintaining manufacturing process controls. The regulatory approvals of the product are listed here: Safety UL/IEC/EN 60950-1 UL/IEC/EN 60950-22 CAN/CSA-22.2: 60950-1 CAN/CSA-22.2: 60950-22 3 IE300 Series Installation Guide EMC CE, FCC Part 15 Class A EN55032 (CISPR32) Class A EN61000-3-2 EN61000-3-3 EN55024 EN61000-4-2 EN61000-4-3 EN61000-4-4 EN61000-4-5 EN61000-4-6 EN61000-4-8 EN61000-4-11 2004/108/EC EMC Directive 2006/95/EC Low Voltage Directive Shock EN60068-2-27 EN60068-2-31 Vibration EN60068-2-6 Allied Telesis approved SFP modules EN60825-1 EN60825-2 UL/IEC/EN60950-1 FDA CDRH accession registration

4 Warning: In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate measures. Laser Safety EN60825

IE300 Series Installation Guide Translated Safety Statements Important: The 👓 indicates that a translation of the safety statement is available in a PDF document titled “Translated Safety Statements” on our web site at alliedtelesis.com/support. 5 6 Contents Preface ...............................................................................................................................................................................13 Safety Symbols Used in this Document...............................................................................................................................14 Contacting Allied Telesis .....................................................................................................................................................15 Chapter 1: Overview ........................................................................................................................................................ 17 Hardware Components........................................................................................................................................................18 Features ..............................................................................................................................................................................21 Twisted Pair Ports ........................................................................................................................................................21 Power Over Ethernet....................................................................................................................................................21 SFP Slots .....................................................................................................................................................................21 LEDs.............................................................................................................................................................................22 Alarm Connectors.........................................................................................................................................................22 MAC Address Tables ...................................................................................................................................................22 Management Software .................................................................................................................................................22 Management Methods..................................................................................................................................................22 Installation Options.......................................................................................................................................................22 Additional Features ......................................................................................................................................................22 10/100/1000Base-T Twisted Pair Ports...............................................................................................................................24 Connector Type............................................................................................................................................................24 Speed ...........................................................................................................................................................................24 Duplex Mode ................................................................................................................................................................24 Maximum Distance.......................................................................................................................................................24 Cable Requirements.....................................................................................................................................................24 Automatic MDIX Detection ...........................................................................................................................................25 Port Pinouts..................................................................................................................................................................25 Power over Ethernet............................................................................................................................................................26 PoE Versions................................................................................................................................................................26 Ethernet Cabling for PoE devices ................................................................................................................................26 Powered Device Classes for PoE and PoE+................................................................................................................27 Power Delivery with Alternatives A and B ....................................................................................................................28 PoE Budget ..................................................................................................................................................................30 Port Prioritization ..........................................................................................................................................................30 SFP Slots.............................................................................................................................................................................32 Console Port........................................................................................................................................................................33 USB Port..............................................................................................................................................................................34 Reset Button........................................................................................................................................................................34 Ground Screw......................................................................................................................................................................35 PWR 1 and PWR 2 DC Power Connectors .........................................................................................................................35 Alarm In Connector..............................................................................................................................................................36 Alarm Out Connector...........................................................................................................................................................39 DIN Rail Bracket ..................................................................................................................................................................40 Screw Holes for Wall Brackets ............................................................................................................................................40 LEDs....................................................................................................................................................................................41 Status LEDs .................................................................................................................................................................41 Twisted Pair Port LEDs ................................................................................................................................................42 SFP Slot LEDs .............................................................................................................................................................44 PoE Status LEDs..........................................................................................................................................................45 Power Supplies....................................................................................................................................................................48 Optional Drip Guard.............................................................................................................................................................49 7 Contents Chapter 2: Beginning the Installation ............................................................................................................................ 51 Reviewing Safety Precautions ............................................................................................................................................ 52 Safety Precautions When Working with Electricity ............................................................................................................. 56 Reviewing Site Requirements............................................................................................................................................. 57 Verifying the Package Contents.......................................................................................................................................... 59 Chapter 3: Installing the Switch ..................................................................................................................................... 63 Installing the Switch on a DIN Rail...................................................................................................................................... 64 Installing the Switch on a Wooden Wall.............................................................................................................................. 67 Tools and Material ....................................................................................................................................................... 68 Installing the Plywood Base......................................................................................................................................... 68 Installing the Switch on the Plywood Base .................................................................................................................. 69 Installing the Switch on a Concrete Wall............................................................................................................................. 71 Chapter 4: Cabling the Ports .......................................................................................................................................... 75 Cabling the Twisted Pair Ports............................................................................................................................................ 76 Installing SFP Transceivers ................................................................................................................................................ 78 Chapter 5: Powering On the Switch ............................................................................................................................... 83 Connecting the Grounding Wire.......................................................................................................................................... 84 Wiring the ALM IN and ALM OUT Connectors ................................................................................................................... 87 Preparing the DC Power Cables......................................................................................................................................... 92 Powering On the Switch...................................................................................................................................................... 96 Verifying Switch Operations......................................................................................................................................... 97 Monitoring the Initialization Process ................................................................................................................................... 98 Starting a Local Management Session ............................................................................................................................. 100 Verifying the AT-IE300-12GP Switch................................................................................................................................ 102 Verifying the PoE Budget .......................................................................................................................................... 102 Configuring Alternatives A and B............................................................................................................................... 103 Configuring the Provisioned PoE Budget .................................................................................................................. 104 Installing the Optional Drip Guard..................................................................................................................................... 107 Chapter 6: Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................................................... 109 PWR 1 and PWR 2 LEDs ................................................................................................................................................. 110 Twisted Pair Ports............................................................................................................................................................. 111 SFP Slots.......................................................................................................................................................................... 113 Power Over Ethernet ........................................................................................................................................................ 114 Appendix A: Technical Specifications ......................................................................................................................... 117 Physical Specifications ..................................................................................................................................................... 118 Environmental Specifications............................................................................................................................................ 120 Power Specifications......................................................................................................................................................... 121 Certifications ..................................................................................................................................................................... 122 RJ-45 Twisted Pair Port Pinouts....................................................................................................................................... 123 RJ-45 Style Serial Console Port Pinouts .......................................................................................................................... 125 PWR 1 and PWR 2 DC Power Connectors ...................................................................................................................... 126 8 Figures Figure 1: Front Panel of the AT-IE300-12GT Switch............................................................................................................18 Figure 2: Front Panel of the AT-IE300-12GP Switch............................................................................................................19 Figure 3: Top Panel ..............................................................................................................................................................19 Figure 4: Back Panel Features .............................................................................................................................................20 Figure 5: Example 1 of the Alarm In (ALM IN) Connector ....................................................................................................37 Figure 6: Example 2 of the Alarm In (ALM IN) Connector ....................................................................................................38 Figure 7: Example of the Alarm Out Port..............................................................................................................................40 Figure 8: Twisted Pair Port LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch ........................................................................................42 Figure 9: Twisted Pair Ports on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch ................................................................................................43 Figure 10: Optional Drip Guard.............................................................................................................................................49 Figure 11: Pre-installed Components on the Front Panel.....................................................................................................59 Figure 12: Pre-installed Components on the Top Panel.......................................................................................................60 Figure 13: Pre-installed Component on the Back Panel.......................................................................................................61 Figure 14: Components in the Accessory Kit........................................................................................................................62 Figure 15: Orientation of the Switch on a DIN Rail...............................................................................................................64 Figure 16: Installing the Switch on a DIN Rail - 1 .................................................................................................................65 Figure 17: Installing the Switch on a DIN Rail - 2 .................................................................................................................65 Figure 18: Verifying the DIN Rail Installation........................................................................................................................66 Figure 19: Switch on the Wall with a Plywood Base.............................................................................................................67 Figure 20: Steps to Installing the Switch with a Plywood Base ............................................................................................68 Figure 21: Installing the Wall Brackets on the Switch...........................................................................................................69 Figure 22: Attaching the Switch to the Plywood Base ..........................................................................................................70 Figure 23: Marking the Locations of the Bracket Holes on a Concrete Wall ........................................................................72 Figure 24: Installing the Switch on a Concrete Wall .............................................................................................................73 Figure 25: Removing the Dust Plug from an SFP Slot .........................................................................................................79 Figure 26: Installing an SFP Transceiver..............................................................................................................................79 Figure 27: Removing the Dust Cover from an SFP Transceiver ..........................................................................................80 Figure 28: Verifying the Position of the SFP Handle ............................................................................................................80 Figure 29: Connecting a Fiber Optic Cable to an SFP Transceiver......................................................................................81 Figure 30: Stripping the Grounding Wire ..............................................................................................................................84 Figure 31: Loosening the Grounding Screw .........................................................................................................................85 Figure 32: Wrapping the Grounding Wire Around the Grounding Screw..............................................................................85 Figure 33: Securing the Grounding Wire to the Switch.........................................................................................................86 Figure 34: Polarity Legend for the Alarm Connectors...........................................................................................................88 Figure 35: Stripping an Alarm Wire.......................................................................................................................................88 Figure 36: Wrapping the Wire Strands .................................................................................................................................89 Figure 37: Removing an Alarm Connector ...........................................................................................................................89 Figure 38: Loosening the Wire Retaining Screws on an Alarm Connector...........................................................................89 Figure 39: Inserting the Wires into the DC Cable Connector................................................................................................90 Figure 40: Inserting the DC Connector into the Alarm Connector ........................................................................................91 Figure 41: Pin Signals Legends for the PWR 1 and PWR 2 Connectors .............................................................................92 Figure 42: Stripping a Power Cable Wire .............................................................................................................................93 Figure 43: Removing the PWR 1 - PWR 2 Cable Connector ...............................................................................................93 Figure 44: Loosening the Wire Retaining Screws on the PWR 1 - PWR 2 Cable Connector...............................................94 Figure 45: Inserting the Wires into the PWR 1 - PWR 2 Cable Connector...........................................................................94 Figure 46: Verifying the Wire Installation..............................................................................................................................95 Figure 47: Connecting the Power Cable to the PWR 1 - PWR 2 Connector ........................................................................96 Figure 48: Initialization Messages ........................................................................................................................................98 Figure 49: Initialization Messages (Continued).....................................................................................................................99 9 Figures Figure 50: Installing the Optional Drip Guard......................................................................................................................107 Figure 51: Securing the Drip Guard....................................................................................................................................108 Figure 52: RJ-45 Port Pin Layout (Front View)...................................................................................................................123 Figure 53: Console Port Pin Layout (Front View) ...............................................................................................................125 10 Tables Table 1: Twisted Pair Cable for the AT-IE300-12GT Switch ...............................................................................................25 Table 2: Maximum Power Levels .........................................................................................................................................26 Table 3: Twisted Pair Cable for Powered Devices on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch .............................................................27 Table 4: PoE and PoE+ Powered Device Classes ..............................................................................................................27 Table 5: Maximum Installation Site Temperatures Versus SFP Temperature Ratings .......................................................32 Table 6: Status LEDs ...........................................................................................................................................................41 Table 7: Twisted Pair Port LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch .........................................................................................43 Table 8: Twisted Pair Port LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch ........................................................................................44 Table 9: SFP Slot LED ........................................................................................................................................................44 Table 10: PoE Status LEDs .................................................................................................................................................45 Table 11: Ground Resistivity Recommendations .................................................................................................................58 Table 12: Product Dimensions ...........................................................................................................................................118 Table 13: Product Weights ................................................................................................................................................118 Table 14: Ventilation Requirements for Cabinet Installation ..............................................................................................118 Table 15: Minimum Cabinet Dimensions ...........................................................................................................................119 Table 16: Environmental Specifications .............................................................................................................................120 Table 17: Ingress Protection ..............................................................................................................................................120 Table 18: Maximum Power Consumptions ........................................................................................................................121 Table 19: Input Power Specifications ................................................................................................................................121 Table 20: Heat Dissipation (British Thermal Units/Hour) ...................................................................................................121 Table 21: Regulatory Approvals ........................................................................................................................................122 Table 22: Pin Signals for 10 and 100 Mbps .......................................................................................................................123 Table 23: Pin Signals for 1000 Mbps .................................................................................................................................123 Table 24: RJ-45 Style Console Port Pin Signals ...............................................................................................................125 Table 25: PWR 1 and PWR 2 DC Connector Pin Signals on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch ................................................126 Table 26: PWR 1 and PWR 2 DC Connector Pin Signals on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch ................................................126 11

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Preface This guide contains the hardware installation instructions for the IE300 Series of industrial managed switches. The preface contains the following sections: ❒ “Safety Symbols Used in this Document” on page 14 ❒ “Contacting Allied Telesis” on page 15 13 Preface Safety Symbols Used in this Document This document uses the following conventions. Note Notes provide additional information. Caution Cautions inform you that performing or omitting a specific action may result in equipment damage or loss of data. Warning Warnings inform you that performing or omitting a specific action may result in bodily injury. Warning Laser warnings inform you that an eye or skin hazard exists due to the presence of a Class 1 laser device. Warning Warnings inform you of hot surfaces. 14 IE300 Series Installation Guide Contacting Allied Telesis If you need assistance with this product, you may contact Allied Telesis technical support by going to the Support & Services section of the Allied Telesis web site at alliedtelesis.com/support. You can find links for the following services on this page: ❒ 24/7 Online Support — Enter our interactive support center to search for answers to your product questions in our knowledge database, to check support tickets, to learn about RMAs, and to contact Allied Telesis technical experts. ❒ USA and EMEA phone support — Select the phone number that best fits your location and customer type. ❒ Hardware warranty information — Learn about Allied Telesis warranties and register your product online. ❒ Replacement Services — Submit a Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA) request via our interactive support center. ❒ Documentation — View the most recent installation and user guides, software release notes, white papers, and data sheets for your products. ❒ Software Downloads — Download the latest software releases for your managed products. For sales or corporate information, go to alliedtelesis.com/ purchase and select your region. 15

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Chapter 1 Overview This chapter describes the hardware features of the IE300 Series of managed industrial switches. The sections in the chapter are listed here: ❒ “Hardware Components” on page 18 ❒ “Features” on page 21 ❒ “10/100/1000Base-T Twisted Pair Ports” on page 24 ❒ “Power over Ethernet” on page 26 ❒ “SFP Slots” on page 32 ❒ “Console Port” on page 33 ❒ “USB Port” on page 34 ❒ “Reset Button” on page 34 ❒ “Ground Screw” on page 35 ❒ “PWR 1 and PWR 2 DC Power Connectors” on page 35 ❒ “Alarm In Connector” on page 36 ❒ “Alarm Out Connector” on page 39 ❒ “DIN Rail Bracket” on page 40 ❒ “Screw Holes for Wall Brackets” on page 40 ❒ “LEDs” on page 41 ❒ “Power Supplies” on page 48 ❒ “Optional Drip Guard” on page 49 17 Chapter 1: Overview Hardware Components The switches in the IE300 Series are listed here: ❒ AT-IE300-12GT ❒ AT-IE300-12GP The front panel of the AT-IE300-12GT Switch is shown in Figure 1. Status LEDs Reset button USB port

Console management port Slots for 100/1000Base-FX SFP transceivers 10/100/1000Base-T twisted pair ports Figure 1. Front Panel of the AT-IE300-12GT Switch The front panel of the AT-IE300-12GP Switch is shown in Figure 2 on page 19.

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Status LEDs Reset button USB port Console management port Slots for 100/1000Base-FX SFP transceivers PoE status LEDs 10/100/1000Base-T twisted pair ports with PoE and PoE+ 10/100/1000Base-T twisted pair ports with PoE, PoE+, and Hi-PoE

Alarm In connector Alarm Out connector Figure 2. Front Panel of the AT-IE300-12GP Switch Figure 3 identifies the components on the top panel. Grounding screw PWR 1 DC power connector PWR 2 DC power connector Figure 3. Top Panel

19 Chapter 1: Overview Figure 4 on page 20 identifies the components on the back panel. Screw holes for wall bracket DIN rail bracket Screw holes for wall bracket Figure 4. Back Panel Features 20 IE300 Series Installation Guide Features Here are the basic features of the switches.

Twisted Pair Ports Power Over Ethernet Here are the basic features of the 10/100/1000 Mbps twisted pair ports: ❒ 8 ports per switch ❒ 10Base-T, 100Base-TX, and 1000Base-T compliant ❒ IEEE 802.3u Auto-Negotiation compliant ❒ Auto-MDI/MDIX ❒ 100 meters (328 feet) maximum operating distance ❒ IEEE 802.3x flow control in 10/100Base-TX full-duplex mode ❒ IEEE 802.3x backpressure in 10/100Base-TX half-duplex mode ❒ IEEE 802.3ab 1000Base-T ❒ Jumbo frames up to 9KB ❒ RJ-45 connectors Ports 5 to 12 on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch have these Power over Ethernet features: ❒ Ports 5 to 8 support PoE (15 watts) and PoE+ (30 watts) ❒ Ports 9 to 12 support PoE, PoE+, and Hi-PoE (60 watts) ❒ Powered device classes 0 to 4 ❒ Maximum PoE budget of 240 watts with one or two power supplies ❒ Port prioritization ❒ Alternative A wiring for PoE or PoE+ devices ❒ Combined Alternatives A and B wiring for Hi-PoE devices

SFP Slots The four SFP slots support the following types of transceivers: ❒ 100Base-FX transceivers ❒ 1000Base-SX/LX transceivers ❒ Single-port Bi-directional (BiDi) 1000Base-LX transceivers ❒ 1000Base-ZX transceivers ❒ 1000Base-T twisted pair transceivers SFP transceivers must be purchased separately. Refer to the product datasheet for a list of supported transceivers. 21 Chapter 1: Overview LEDs The switches have the following LEDs: ❒ Link/activity and duplex mode LEDs for the twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch. ❒ Link/activity and PoE status LEDs for the twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch. ❒ Link/activity LEDs for the SFP ports. ❒ Fault and power supply status LEDs ❒ PoE LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch

Alarm Connectors MAC Address Tables Management Software Management Methods Installation Options Additional Features The switches have two alarm connectors: ❒ Alarm In connector for an external sensor, such as a motion detector or door relay, to monitor the wiring closet or cabinet. ❒ Alarm Out connector for an external alert device, such as a buzzer or LED, to indicate switch alarms. Here are the basic features of the MAC address tables: ❒ Storage capacity of 16,000 MAC address entries ❒ Automatic learning and aging The switches support the following management software and interfaces: ❒ AlliedWare Plus management software, version 5.4.6 or later ❒ Command line interface ❒ Web browser interface You can manage the switches in the following ways: ❒ Local management through the Console port ❒ Remote Telnet or secure shell management ❒ Remote HTTP or HTTPS web browser management ❒ SNMPv1, v2c, or v3 The switches support the following installation options: ❒ DIN rail installation (compatible with DIN 35x7.5mm rail) ❒ Concrete or wood wall Here are additional features: ❒ Slot for USB flash memory ❒ Reset button

22 IE300 Series Installation Guide ❒ Two DC power supply connectors ❒ Extended environmental range ❒ IP30-compliant without optional drip guard ❒ IP31-compliant with optional drip guard ❒ RJ-45 style Console port for local management 23 Chapter 1: Overview 10/100/1000Base-T Twisted Pair Ports This section describes the twisted pair ports. Connector Type The twisted-pair ports have 8-pin RJ-45 connectors. The ports use four pins at 10 or 100 Mbps and all eight pins at 1000 Mbps. The pin assignments are listed in Table 22 on page 123 and Table 23 on page 123. Speed The ports can operate at 10, 100, or 1000 Mbps. The switch can set the speeds automatically with Auto-Negotiation, the default setting, or you can manually set the speeds with the AlliedWare Plus operating system. Note Twisted-pair ports must be set to Auto-Negotiation to operate at 1000 Mbps. You cannot manually set twisted-pair ports to 1000 Mbps. Duplex Mode The twisted-pair ports can operate in either half- or full-duplex mode at 10 or 100 Mbps. Ports operating at 1000 Mbps can only operate in full-duplex mode. The twisted-pair ports are IEEE 802.3u Auto-Negotiation compliant. The switch can set the duplex modes automatically or you can disable Auto-Negotiation and set the duplex modes manually. Speed and duplex mode settings can be set independently of each other on the ports. For example, the speed of a port can be configured manually while its duplex mode is established through Auto-Negotiation. Note Switch ports connected to 10 or 100 Mbps end nodes that do not support Auto-Negotiation should not use Auto-Negotiation to set their speed and duplex mode settings, because duplex mode mismatches might occur. You should disable Auto-Negotiation and set the speed and duplex mode settings manually with the AlliedWare Plus operating system.

Maximum Distance Cable Requirements The ports have a maximum operating distance of 100 meters (328 feet). The cable requirements for the ports on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch are listed in Table 1.

24 IE300 Series Installation Guide Table 1. Twisted Pair Cable for the AT-IE300-12GT Switch Cable Type 10Mbps 100Mbps 1000Mbps

Standard TIA/EIA 568-B compliant Category 3 shielded or unshielded cabling with 100 ohm impedance and a frequency of 16 MHz. Standard TIA/EIA 568-A compliant Category 5 or TIA/ EIA 568-B-compliant Enhanced Category 5 (Cat 5e) shielded or unshielded cabling with 100 ohm impedance and a frequency of 100 MHz. Standard TIA/EIA 568-B compliant Category 6 or 6a shielded cabling. Yes Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Automatic MDIX Detection The 10/100/1000 Mbps twisted-pair ports are IEEE 802.3ab compliant, with automatic MDIX detection at 10 or 100 Mbps. (Automatic MDIX detection does not apply to 1000 Mbps.) This feature automatically configures the ports to MDI or MDI-X depending on the wiring configurations of the end nodes. Switch ports connected to network devices that do not support automatic MDIX detection default to MDIX. You may disable automatic MDIX detection on the individual ports and configure the MDI/MDI-X settings manually.

Port Pinouts Refer to Table 22 on page 123 for the pinouts of the twisted-pair ports at 10 or 100 Mbps and to Table 23 on page 123 for the port pinouts at 1000 Mbps. 25 Chapter 1: Overview Power over Ethernet Ports 5 to 12 on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch support Power over Ethernet (PoE). With PoE, the switch can supply electrical power to network devices over the same twisted pair cables that carry network traffic. The feature can simplify network installation and maintenance because it allows you to use the switch as a central power source for other network devices. Devices that receive their power over Ethernet cables are called powered devices (PD). Examples of PDs include wireless access points, IP telephones, web cams, and even other Ethernet switches. A PD connected to a port on the switch receives both network traffic and power over the same twisted-pair cable. PoE Versions The AT-IE300-12GP Switch supports the following versions of Power over Ethernet: ❒ PoE (IEEE 802.3af) ❒ PoE+ (802.3at) ❒ Hi-PoE (802.3bt) Table 2 lists the switch ports that support PoE and the maximum power levels. Table 2. Maximum Power Levels

PoE Version Switch Ports Maximum Power Output at Switch Port Maximum Power at PD

Ethernet Cabling for PoE devices PoE 5 to 12 15.4W 12.95W PoE+ 5 to 12 30.0W 25.9W Hi-PoE 9 to 12 60.0W 51.8W The cable requirements for the twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch for powered devices are given in Table 3 on page 27. For cable requirements for ports connected to non-PoE devices, refer to Table 1 on page 25.

26 IE300 Series Installation Guide Table 3. Twisted Pair Cable for Powered Devices on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch 10Mbps 100Mbps 1000Mbps

Cable Type PoE PoE+ or Hi PoE PoE PoE+ or Hi PoE PoE PoE+ or Hi PoE

Standard TIA/EIA 568- B-compliant Category 3 shielded or unshielded cabling with 100 ohm impedance and a frequency of 16 MHz. Standard TIA/EIA 568- A-compliant Category 5 shielded or unshielded cabling with 100 ohm impedance and a frequency of 100 MHz. Standard TIA/EIA 568- B-compliant Enhanced Category 5 (Cat 5e) shielded or unshielded cabling with 100 ohm impedance and a frequency of 100 MHz. Standard TIA/EIA 568- B-compliant Category 6 or 6a shielded cabling. No No No No No No Yes No Yes No No No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Powered Device Classes for PoE and PoE+ The PoE and PoE+ standards define five powered device classes. The classes are defined by the power requirements of the powered devices. The classes are shown in Table 4 on page 27. The AT-IE300-12GP Switch supports all five classes. Table 4. PoE and PoE+ Powered Device Classes Maximum

Class Usage Power Output at the Switch Port PD Power Range

0 Default 15.4W .044W to 12.95W 27 Chapter 1: Overview Table 4. PoE and PoE+ Powered Device Classes (Continued) Maximum

Class Usage Power Output at the Switch Port PD Power Range

Power Delivery with Alternatives A and B 1 Optional 4.0W 0.44W to 3.84W 2 Optional 7.0W 3.84W to 6.49W 3 Optional 15.4W 6.49W to 12.95W 4 Optional 30.0W 12.95W to 25.9W The PoE standards define two methods for delivering power over twisted pair cables from power sources such as the Ethernet switch to powered devices. The methods, called Alternatives A and B, identify the wire strands that carry the electrical power over the Ethernet cables to the powered devices from the power source, which in this case is the IE300 Series switch. Twisted pair cabling usually has eight strands. For 10Base-T and 100Base-TX devices, the wire strands connected to pins 1, 2, 3, and 6 carry the network traffic while the strands connected to pins 4, 5, 7, and 8 are unused. 1000Base-T devices use all eight strands to carry network traffic. For PoE and PoE+ devices, power is delivered over four of the eight strands. In Alternative A, power is delivered on strands 1, 2, 3, and 6, which are the same strands that carry the 10/100Base-TX network traffic. In Alternative B, power is delivered on strands 4, 5, 7, and 8. These are the unused strands. For Hi-PoE devices, power is delivered on all eight strands in Ethernet cabling. The AT-IE300-12GP Switch supports PoE and PoE+ powered devices that comply with the IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at standards. The standards require that powered devices support both Alternatives A and B. However, legacy PDs that are non-standard or were manufactured before the completion of the standards might support only one method. The AT-IE300-12GP Switch supports Alternatives A and B on the twisted pair ports as follows: ❒ Port 5 to 8 - Alternative A only ❒ Ports 9 to 12 - Alternative A, Alternative B, or both

28 IE300 Series Installation Guide Here are the default settings for Alternatives A and B on the switch: ❒ For ports 5 to 8 the default setting for Alternative A is enabled. ❒ For ports 9 to 12 the default settings are enabled for Alternative A and disabled for Alternative B. Here are guidelines to enabling or disabling Alternatives A and B on the switch ports for different types of powered devices: ❒ PoE or PoE+ devices that comply with the IEEE 802.3af and 802.3at standards and support both Alternatives A and B can be connected to any of the twisted pair ports. Since Alternative A is enabled by default on all the twisted pair ports, no extra steps are required to support these devices. ❒ PoE or PoE+ devices that do not comply with the standards and only support Alternative A can also be connected to any of the twisted pair ports. Again, no extra steps are required to support these devices because Alternative A is enabled by default on all the twisted pair ports. ❒ PoE or PoE+ devices that do not comply with the standards and only support Alternative B must be connected to ports 9 to 12. You must disable Alternative A and enable Alternative B on ports connected to these devices. The command in the AlliedWare Plus operating system for disabling Alternative A is shown here: NO POWER-INLINE PAIR DATA ENABLE The command for enabling Alternative B is shown here: POWER-INLINE PAIR SPARE ENABLE The commands are located in the Port Interface mode. ❒ Hi-PoE devices must be connected to ports 9 to 12. Ports connected to Hi-PoE devices must use both Alternatives A and B because Hi-PoE devices require power on all eight strands in Ethernet cabling. The switch only supports Hi-PoE devices that also support both Alternatives A and B, and that receive power on all eight strands. Since Alternative A is enabled by default, you do not have to enable it on ports connected to Hi-PoE devices. However, you do have to enable Alternative B, using the above POWER-INLINE command. Note To be compatible with Hi-PoE on the switch, 10-Base-T and 100Base-T devices must have transformers with center taps on pair 4 and 5 and pair 7 and 8 to extract power from center taps. Devices without the transformers and center taps will not work with the switch. 29 Chapter 1: Overview ❒ Non-PoE devices can be connected to any of the twisted pair ports on the switch. Ports connected to network nodes that are not PDs (that is, devices that receive power from another power source) function as regular Ethernet ports, without PoE. The PoE feature remains enabled on the ports but no power is delivered to the devices. PoE Budget The AT-IE300-12GP Switch has a PoE budget. This is the total wattage the switch has available for the powered devices on its ports. The maximum possible budget is 240W. The PoE budget can never be more than that, but it can be less, depending on the DC power supply. The number of powered devices the switch can support at one time will depend on the switch’s PoE budget and the wattage requirements of the powered devices. As long as the total wattage requirements of the powered devices is less than the budget of the switch, the switch can supply power to all the devices. If the total wattage requirements exceed the PoE budget, the switch will deny power to one or more devices using a mechanism referred to as port prioritization. To determine whether the wattage requirements of the PoE devices you plan to connect to the switch exceed its budget, refer to their documentation for their power requirements and add the requirements together. The switch should be able to power all the devices simultaneously as long as the total is below its PoE budget. If the total exceeds the available power budget, you should consider reducing the number of PoE devices so that all the devices receive power. Otherwise, the switch powers a subset of the devices, based on port prioritization. The switch can handle different power requirements on different ports. This enables you to connect different classes of PoE equipment to the ports on the switch.

Port Prioritization If the power requirements of the powered devices exceed the switch’s power budget, the switch denies power to some ports based on a system called port prioritization. You may use this mechanism to ensure that powered devices critical to the operations of your network are given preferential treatment by the switch in the distribution of power should the demands of the devices exceed the available capacity. There are three priority levels: ❒ Critical ❒ High ❒ Low Ports set to the Critical level, the highest priority level, are guaranteed power before any of the ports assigned to the other two priority levels. Ports assigned to the other priority levels receive power only if all the

30 IE300 Series Installation Guide Critical ports are receiving power. Ports that are connected to your most critical powered devices should be assigned to this level. If there is not enough power to support all the ports set to the Critical priority level, power is provided to the ports based on port number, in ascending order. The High level is the second highest level. Ports set to this level receive power only if all the ports set to the Critical level are already receiving power. If there is not enough power to support all of the ports set to the High priority level, power is provided to the ports based on port number, in ascending order. The lowest priority level is Low. This is the default setting. Ports set to this level only receive power if all of the ports assigned to the other two levels are already receiving power. As with the other levels, if there is not enough power to support all of the ports set to the Low priority level, power is provided to the ports based on port number, in ascending order. Power allocation is dynamic. Ports supplying power to powered devices may cease power transmission if the switch’s power budget is at maximum usage and new powered devices, connected to ports with higher priorities, become active. 31 Chapter 1: Overview SFP Slots The four slots support Ethernet 100/1000Base fiber optic, MSA-compliant SFP transceivers. You can use transceivers to connect switches to other network devices over large distances, build a high-speed backbone network between network devices, or connect high-speed devices, such as servers, to your network. Refer to the product datasheet for a list of supported Ethernet transceivers. To protect SFP transceivers from heat-related damage, you should select transceivers whose maximum operating temperatures exceed the anticipated maximum ambient temperature at the switch installation site. Table 5 provides recommendations for SFP maximum operating temperatures for several ambient site temperatures. Table 5. Maximum Installation Site Temperatures Versus SFP Temperature Ratings

Maximum Ambient Installation Site Temperature Recommended Maximum SFP Operating Temperature

75° C (167° F) 105° C (221° F) 65° C (149° F) 95° C (203° F) 55° C (131° F) 85° C (185° F) <=40° C (<=104° F) 70° C (158° F) 32 IE300 Series Installation Guide Console Port The Console port is a serial RS-232 port you use to access the AlliedWare Plus management software to configure the features. Management sessions conducted through the Console port are called local management sessions because you have to be at the location of the switch. Local management sessions do not interfere with the network operations of the switch and are not performed over the network. Consequently, the switch does not have to have an IP address for this type of management. Local management sessions require the following items: ❒ Terminal or a personal computer with a terminal emulation program ❒ Management cable The switch does not come with a management cable. You must purchase one or build your own. Refer to Table 24 on page 125 for the pin assignments of the Console port. To establish a local management session with the switch, connect a Terminal or a personal computer with a terminal emulation program to the Console port, which has an RJ-45 style (8P8C) connector, with a management cable. The Console port has the following settings: ❒ Default baud rate: 9600 bps (Range is 9600 to 115200 bps) ❒ Data bits: 8 ❒ Parity: None ❒ Stop bits: 1 ❒ Flow control: None Note These settings are for a DEC VT100 or ANSI terminal, or an equivalent terminal emulation program. 33 Chapter 1: Overview USB Port The USB port supports a flash drive for the following management functions: ❒ Use Allied Telesis Management Framework to provide a centralized network backup location. ❒ Store backup copies of configuration files. ❒ Transfer configuration files between switches. ❒ Store or transfer log files. ❒ Store or transfer debug files (for example, the output of the SHOW TECH-SUPPORT command). ❒ Boot the AlliedWare Plus management software and master configuration file from flash drive. The port is compatible with USB v1.0 and v2.0 flash drives. Operating the switch with a flash drive is optional. Reset Button The Reset button resets the switch. You might reset the switch if it is experiencing a problem. The reset button is recessed in the chassis. To press it, use a straightened paperclip or similar object. Caution The switch does not forward network traffic for approximately one minute while it initializes its management operating system. Some network traffic may be lost. Note Unsaved changes to the configuration settings of the switch are discarded when you reset the device. 34 IE300 Series Installation Guide Ground Screw The ground screw is used to connect the chassis to the earth ground at the installation site. The instructions for connecting the post are provided later in this guide. Note The switch must be connected to an earth ground. Do not operate the device without an earth ground. PWR 1 and PWR 2 DC Power Connectors The PWR 1 and PWR 2 connectors are for DC power supplies. You can power the unit with one power supply or two power supplies for power redundancy, which protects the device from power loss in the event a DC power unit fails or loses power. The switches support the following types of power sources: ❒ AC/DC rectifiers ❒ Un-interruptible power supplies The power supply requirements are described in “Power Supplies” on page 48. Allied Telesis does not sell or provide power supplies for this product. They must be purchased from another equipment manufacturer. Note The AT-iMG008 Power Supply and Backup Unit from Allied Telesis is not compatible with the IE300 Series product. 35 Chapter 1: Overview Alarm In Connector The switch has a 2-pin Alarm In (ALM IN) connector for an external sensor on the top panel. The switch can use an external sensor to monitor the wiring room or cabinet for unauthorized access or for changes in the room’s environment, such as the temperature or humidity. Here are examples of the types of sensors you can attach to the connector: ❒ Door ❒ Temperature ❒ Motion detector ❒ Light ❒ Humidity The two pins of the connector, referred to as contact alarm 1 in the operating system, act as a electrical circuit. The switch places a 3.3VDC voltage on the circuit and monitors its status, which can be either closed or open. A closed circuit is on, meaning that voltage can flow through the circuit, while an open circuit is off, preventing the flow of voltage through the circuit. The switch performs one or more of the following functions when the state of the external sensor changes to open or closed. ❒ Transmits an SNMP trap. ❒ Flashes the Fault LED. ❒ Activates the device on the Alarm Out (ALM OUT) connector. You use the ALARM FACILITY INPUT-ALARM command in the AlliedWare Plus operating system to specify the state of the external sensor that signals an alarm. Alarms remain active until their causes are resolved. For instructions on the command, refer to the Software Reference for IE300 Series Switches. Here are the requirements for the external sensor: ❒ It must be a dry contact. ❒ It must not place any current on the circuit. ❒ It must not use the voltage or current for its own operations. ❒ It must be able to handle a minimum of 3.3VDC and 320uA. Caution The external sensor might damage the Alarm In connector if it places a voltage on the circuit. 36 IE300 Series Installation Guide The example in Figure 5 shows the Alarm In connector attached to a door sensor. The sensor is installed such that it is closed (on) when the door is closed and open (off) when the door is open.

Door Sensor: Door closed - circuit closed Door open - circuit open Alarm In connector: Alarm triggered when circuit changes to open.

Figure 5. Example 1 of the Alarm In (ALM IN) Connector To have the switch generate an alarm when someone opens the door, you enter the following ALARM FACILITY INPUT-ALARM command. The command configures the switch to generate an alarm when the state of the sensor changes from closed to open. awplus(config)#alarm facility input-alarm 1 alarm position open The alarm remains active until the door is closed again. In the example in Figure 6 on page 38, the Alarm In connector is connected to a temperature sensor. The sensor is configured to be open (off) at temperatures of 30° C or below and closed (on) at temperatures above 30° C. 37 Chapter 1: Overview

Temperature Sensor: Temperature <30C - circuit open Temperature >30C - circuit closed Alarm In connector: Alarm triggered when circuit changes to closed.

Figure 6. Example 2 of the Alarm In (ALM IN) Connector To have the switch trigger an alarm when the temperature exceeds 30° C, you enter the following ALARM FACILITY INPUT-ALARM command: awplus(config)#alarm facility input-alarm 1 alarm position close The command configures the switch to signal the alarm when the sensor changes to closed above 30° C. When the temperature falls below 30° C, and the temperature sensor changes from closed to open, the switch automatically cancels the alarm. External sensors are not available from Allied Telesis. 38 IE300 Series Installation Guide Alarm Out Connector The 2-pin Alarm Out connector on the top panel of the switch is for an external alert device. The switch can use the device to alert you to alarm conditions, such as power supply failures or ports without links. Here are two examples of alert devices for the Alarm Out connector: ❒ LEDs ❒ Buzzers The switch does not supply power on the Alarm Out circuit. Instead, the circuit is an on or off dry contact relay. When an alarm occurs, the switch changes the circuit from closed (on) to open (off). The circuit remains open until the alarm is resolved, at which point the switch automatically closes it again. The processes to resolving alarms can vary. The external alert device has to provide the necessary power for the circuit and be able to monitor the circuit for when it is closed or open. Here are the power specifications for the circuit: ❒ 30VDC maximum ❒ 0.5A maximum Caution The external alert device must not exceed the above specifications. The Alarm Out connector can be damaged by devices that exceed the specifications. You use the ALARM FACILITY RELAY command to specify the alarm condition that opens the Alarm Out circuit. Examples of alarm conditions are power supply failures, ports without links, and loop detections. For instructions on the command, refer to the Software Reference for IE300 Series Switches. An example of the feature is illustrated in Figure 7 on page 40. The Alarm Out connector is attached to a blue LED alert device. The alert device is configured such that its LED is off when the circuit is closed and on when the circuit is open. Now assume you want the switch to open the circuit and activate the LED on the alert device whenever any port on the switch does not have a link to a network device. Here is the ALARM FACILITY RELAY command: awplus(config)#alarm facility link-down port1.0.1- port1.0.12 relay If the switch detects that a port does not have a link, it changes the circuit 39 Chapter 1: Overview from closed to open. The alert device, detecting the change to the circuit, turns on the LED. When the switch detects that all its ports have links again, it closes the circuit, which turns off the LED. Alarm devices are not available from Allied Telesis. Blue LED Circuit closed - LED off Circuit open - LED on Figure 7. Example of the Alarm Out Port DIN Rail Bracket The switch comes with one DIN rail bracket pre-installed on the back panel. The bracket is compatible with DIN 35x7.5mm rails. Screw Holes for Wall Brackets The back panel has four holes for securing the two wall brackets included in the accessory kit. 40 IE300 Series Installation Guide LEDs The following sections describe the LEDs on the switches: ❒ “Status LEDs” on page 41 ❒ “Twisted Pair Port LEDs” on page 42 ❒ “SFP Slot LEDs” on page 44 ❒ “PoE Status LEDs” on page 45 Status LEDs The status LEDs are defined in Table 6. Table 6. Status LEDs LED State Description Off The switch is operating normally or powered off. Solid Amber The switch is booting up.

Fault Five flashes followed by a pause Six flashes in two seconds The switch is experiencing an alarm condition. Use the SHOW FACILITY ALARM STATUS command to view active alarms. The ALARM FACILITY command in the Global Configuration mode is the command for programming the Fault LED to flash in response to an alarm condition. The following example of the command configures the switch to flash the Fault LED if port 1 does not have a link to a network device: alarm facility link-down port1.0.1 led For more information about the command, refer to the Software Reference for IE300 Series Switches or Command Reference for IE300 Series Switches. The switch is overheating and might shutdown.

PWR1 Off The switch is not receiving power on the PWR 1 connector or the input power from the DC power supply is outside the normal operating range of the unit. 41 Chapter 1: Overview

Twisted Pair Port LEDs Table 6. Status LEDs (Continued) LED State Description Solid Green The switch is receiving power on the PWR 1 connector and is operating normally. PWR2 Off The switch is not receiving power on the PWR 2 connector or the input power from the DC power supply is outside the normal operating range of the unit. Solid Green The switch is receiving power on the PWR 2 connector and is operating normally. The twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch have two LEDs each. The LEDs are identified in Figure 8. Duplex mode LED Speed and activity Figure 8. Twisted Pair Port LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch The states of the LEDs on the twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch are defined in Table 7 on page 43.

42 IE300 Series Installation Guide Table 7. Twisted Pair Port LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GT Switch LED State Description Solid Green The port is operating in full duplex mode.

Duplex Mode Solid Amber The port is operating in half duplex mode. Off The port has not established a link with a network device. Solid Green The port has established a 1000 Mbps link to a network device.

L/A Flashing Green The port is transmitting or receiving data at 1000 Mbps.

Solid Amber The port has established a 10 or 100 Mbps link to a network device.

Flashing Amber The port is transmitting or receiving data at 10 or 100.

Off The port has not established a link with a network device. The twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch have two LEDs each. The LEDs are identified in Figure 9. Power over Ethernet Speed and activity Figure 9. Twisted Pair Ports on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch The states of the LEDs on the twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch are defined in Table 8 on page 44. 43 Chapter 1: Overview Table 8. Twisted Pair Port LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch LED State Description Solid Green The port is delivering power to a powered device. Solid Amber The port is connected to a powered device but the switch has shutdown PoE on it because of a fault condition.

PoE Flashing Amber The port is connected to a powered device but is not delivering power to it because the switch does not have sufficient unused power.

Off This LED state can result from the following conditions: - The port is connected to a non-PoE device. - The PD is powered off. - The port is disabled in the management software. - PoE is disabled on the port. Solid Green The port has established a 1000 Mbps link to a network device.

Flashing Green The port is transmitting or receiving data at 1000 Mbps.

L/A Solid Amber The port has established a 10 or 100 Mbps link to a network device.

Flashing Amber The port is transmitting or receiving data at 10 or 100 Mbps.

Off The port has not established a link with another network device. SFP Slot LEDs Each SFP slot has one LED. The states of the LEDs are defined in Table 9. Table 9. SFP Slot LED State Description Solid Green The port has established a 1Gbps link to a network device. Flashing Green The port is transmitting or receiving network packet traffic at 1Gbps. Solid Amber The port has established a 100Mbps link to a network device. 44 IE300 Series Installation Guide Table 9. SFP Slot LED (Continued) State Description Flashing Amber The port is transmitting or receiving network packet traffic at 100Mbps. Off The port has not established a link to a network device. PoE Status LEDs The following notes apply to the PoE Status LEDs: ❒ The switch uses 240W as the default nominal PoE budget for the Optimal, 50%, 80%, and 90% PoE Status LEDs. The LEDs might not reflect the true wattage usage of the powered devices if the actual PoE budget from the power supply is different. You can adjust the nominal budget with the POWER-INLINE WATTAGE MAX command in the Global Configuration mode of the operating system. For instructions, refer to “Configuring the Provisioned PoE Budget” on page 104. ❒ Do not operate the switch if the Overvolt LED is solid amber. Either the power supply is generating too much power or it is not compatible with the switch. Turn off and replace the power supply. ❒ The LEDs do not indicate the presence of Hi-PoE devices. To check for Hi-PoE devices, use the SHOW POWER-INLINE command in the User Exec or Privileged Exec mode. Devices using more than 25.9W are considered Hi-PoE devices. The PoE status LEDs on the AT-IE300-12GP Switch are defined in Table 10. Table 10. PoE Status LEDs LED State Description Overvolt Solid Amber The DC power from the power supply exceeds the maximum limit for the switch. The power supply should be replaced. Off The DC power from the power supply is within the normal operating range of the switch. 45 Chapter 1: Overview Table 10. PoE Status LEDs (Continued) LED State Description Optimal Green The switch has the maximum amount of power for powered devices. The default value is 240W. You can adjust this value with the POWER-INLINE WATTAGE MAX command in the User Exec or Privileged Exec mode. The value cannot be greater than 240W. Off The switch has less than the maximum amount of power for powered devices. The default value is 240W. PoE+ Solid green PoE/PoE+ is enabled on the switch and the switch is delivering between 12.95W to 25.9W to one or more PoE+ devices. Off This LED state can be caused by the following conditions: - PoE/PoE+ is enabled on the switch but there are no PoE+ devices. - PoE/PoE+ is disabled on the switch. PoE Solid green PoE/PoE+ is enabled on the switch and the switch is delivering less than 12.95W to one or more PoE devices. Off This LED state can be caused by the following conditions: - PoE/PoE+ is enabled on the switch but there are no PoE devices. - PoE/PoE+ is disabled on the switch. 46 IE300 Series Installation Guide Table 10. PoE Status LEDs (Continued) LED State Description No PoE Solid amber The switch cannot support any powered devices on its ports because it is not receiving sufficient power from the power supply. Possible causes of this condition are listed here: - The power supply is experiencing a problem. - The power supply is operating normally but its maximum power rating is not adequate for the switch and the powered devices. For power supply specifications, refer to “Power Supplies” on page 48 Off The switch is receiving sufficient power from the power supply to supply power to powered devices. 90% Solid green The powered devices are using more than 90% of the switch’s power budget. The default power budget is 240W. Off The powered devices are using less than 90% of the switch’s maximum power budget or there are no powered devices. 80% Solid green The powered devices are using more than 80% of the switch’s maximum power budget. Off The powered devices are using less than 80% of the switch’s maximum power budget or there are no powered devices. 50% Solid green The powered devices are using more than 50% of the switch’s maximum power budget. Off The powered devices are using less than 50% of the switch’s maximum power budget or there are no powered devices. 47 Chapter 1: Overview Power Supplies Allied Telesis does not sell power supplies for these products. Power supplies can be purchased from power supply manufacturers. Here are the power supply requirements for the AT-IE300-12GT Switch: ❒ DC voltage between 12 and 55VDC. ❒ DC voltage must not exceed 55VDC. ❒ The DC power supply must be capable of supplying 30 watts continuously over the operating temperature range of -40° C to 75° C (-40° F to 167° F). The AT-IE300-12GT Switch can be powered by one or two power supplies. A single power supply that meets the above requirements can fully power the switch. Adding a second power supply adds power redundancy. Here are the power supply requirements for the AT-IE300-12GP Switch: ❒ DC voltage between 46 and 55VDC. A DC voltage of 53.5V provides the maximum power budget of 240W for powered devices. ❒ DC voltage must not exceed 55VDC. ❒ The DC power supply must be capable of supplying 320 watts continuously over the operating temperature range of -40° C to 75° C (-40° F to 167° F). Like the AT-IE300-12GT Switch, the AT-IE300-12GP Switch can be powered by one or two power supplies. A single power supply that meets the above requirements can fully power the switch and provide the maximum 240W of power for powered devices. Adding a second power supply adds system and PoE power redundancy. Note A 48VDC power supply for the AT-IE300-12GP Switch must have an absolute maximum tolerance of +2.5% when adjusted to 53.5VDC at the input to the switch, to provide full Hi-PoE power. 48 IE300 Series Installation Guide Optional Drip Guard Allied Telesis offers an optional drip guard for the switch. Refer to Figure 10. The switch with the drip guard has an ingress protection (IP) code of IP31. Figure 10. Optional Drip Guard Note Be sure to specify the IE300 Series switches when ordering the drip guard. The IE200 Series switches also have a drip guard, but that guard does not fit on IE300 Series switches. 49

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Chapter 2 Beginning the Installation The chapter contains the following sections: ❒ “Reviewing Safety Precautions” on page 52 ❒ “Safety Precautions When Working with Electricity” on page 56 ❒ “Reviewing Site Requirements” on page 57 ❒ “Verifying the Package Contents” on page 59 51 Chapter 2: Beginning the Installation Reviewing Safety Precautions Please review the following safety precautions before beginning the installation procedures. Note Safety statements that have the 👓 symbol are translated into multiple languages in the Translated Safety Statements document at alliedtelesis.com/support. Warning Class 1 Laser product. 👓 L1 Warning Laser Radiation. Class 1M Laser product. Warning Do not stare into the laser beam. 👓 L2 Warning Do not look directly at the fiber optic ends or inspect the cable ends with an optical lens. 👓 L6 Warning To prevent electric shock, do not remove the cover. No user serviceable parts inside. This unit contains hazardous voltages and should only be opened by a trained and qualified technician. To avoid the possibility of electric shock, disconnect electric power to the product before connecting or disconnecting the LAN cables. 👓 E1 Warning Do not work on equipment or cables during periods of lightning activity. 👓 E2 52 IE300 Series Installation Guide Warning Power cord is used as a disconnection device. To de-energize equipment, disconnect the power cord. 👓 E3 Warning This equipment must be earthed. The ground screw on the unit must be connected to a properly earthed bonding point. Note Ground resistance from the building primary bonding point to earth should be less than 5 ohms. Caution Air flow around the unit and through the cooling fins must not be restricted. 👓 E20 Note All Countries: Install product in accordance with local and National Electrical Codes. 👓 E8 Warning Only trained and qualified personnel are allowed to install or replace this equipment. 👓 E14 Caution Circuit Overloading: Consideration should be given to the connection of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading of circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring. Appropriate consideration of equipment nameplate ratings should be used when addressing this concern. 👓 E21 Warning This unit might have more than one power cord. To reduce the risk of electric shock, disconnect all power cords before servicing the unit. 👓 E30 53 Chapter 2: Beginning the Installation Warning To reduce the risk of electric shock, do not route network cables from PoE ports outside the building that houses this device. 👓 E40 Caution The unit does not contain serviceable components. Please return damaged units for servicing. 👓 E42 Warning The temperature of an operational SFP or SFP+ transceiver can exceed 70° C (158° F). Exercise caution when handling transceivers with unprotected hands. 👓 E43 Caution An Energy Hazard exists inside this equipment. Do not insert hands or tools into open chassis slots or plugs. 👓 E44 Warning This equipment shall be installed in a Restricted Access location. 👓 E45 Warning An operational unit can be hot. Exercise caution when handling with unprotected hands. Warning Per NEC section 800.90 all exposed cables, service wires, or drops entering a building must have primary over-voltage protection if they are classified as exposed plants. Note The equipment meets EN61000-4-5 Class 3 on the DC inputs and Ethernet ports. 54 IE300 Series Installation Guide Warning Allied Telesis does not warrant against lightning or power surges causing damage the device. Such damage will be the responsibility of the equipment owner. 55 Chapter 2: Beginning the Installation Safety Precautions When Working with Electricity Please review the following additional safety guidelines before beginning the installation procedure. ❒ Disconnect all power by turning off the circuit breakers before installing or removing the device or when working with the power supplies. ❒ Do not work alone if potential hazards exist. ❒ Never assume that the power is disconnected from a circuit; always check the circuit. ❒ Inspect the work area carefully for possible hazards, such as moist floors, ungrounded power extension cables, frayed power cord, or missing safety grounds. If an electrical accident occurs, proceed as follows: ❒ Use caution; do not become a victim yourself. ❒ Turn off power to the system. ❒ If possible, send another person to get medical aid. Otherwise, access the condition of the victim and then call for help. ❒ Determine if the person needs rescue breathing or external cardiac compressions and take appropriate action. 56 IE300 Series Installation Guide Reviewing Site Requirements Please observe the following requirements and guidelines when choosing a site for the switch: ❒ You can install the switch on a concrete wall, wooden wall, or DIN 35x7.5mm rail. ❒ You should not install the switch on a wall that has metal studs. Metal studs may not be strong enough to safely support the device. ❒ You should not install the switch only on sheetrock or similar material. Sheetrock is not strong enough to safely support the device. ❒ The DC power source should be located near the device and be easily accessible. ❒ The site should allow for easy access to the ports on the front of the device, so that you can easily connect and disconnect cables, and view the port LEDs. ❒ The site should allow for adequate air flow around and through the cooling fins on the sides of the switch. ❒ The site should not expose the device to moisture or water. ❒ The site should be a dust-free environment. ❒ The site should include dedicated power circuits or power conditioners to supply reliable electrical power to the network devices. ❒ If you are installing the device in a wiring or utility box, verify that the enclosure has adequate airflow so that unit does not overheat. ❒ Do not place objects on top of the switch. ❒ The twisted pair cabling should not be exposed to sources of electrical noise, such as radio transmitters, broadband amplifiers, power lines, electric motors, and fluorescent lights. ❒ The site should allow for the following minimum open spaces around the switch: – Four inches under the switch. – Eight inches above the switch. – Four inches in front of the switch. – One inch on the left and right sides of the switch. ❒ Before installing the DC power supply, be sure to review the manufacturer’s installation guide for rules and restrictions on site requirements, and to follow all guidelines and safety warnings. ❒ When installing the switch in an indoor or outdoor metal enclosure, be sure to review the manufacturer’s installation guide for rules and 57 Chapter 2: Beginning the Installation restrictions on site requirements, and to follow all guidelines and safety warnings. ❒ The switch and DC power source should be installed close to each other so that the DC power cables are kept as short as possible to minimize voltage loss. ❒ When installing the switch in an indoor or outdoor metal enclosure, select an enclosure that is large enough for both the switch and DC power supply so that the DC power cables are kept short. ❒ The switch and power supply should be properly connected to a protective earth ground. ❒ The switch and power supply should be individually grounded to the grounding conductor. Do not daisy-chain the ground wires. ❒ When installing the switch in an indoor or outdoor metal enclosure, be sure to properly ground the enclosure to a protective earth ground following local electrical codes and the instructions in the manufacturer’s installation guide. ❒ Powered devices connected to the LAN ports on the switch should be grounded to the same grounding conductor at the service entrance as the switch. ❒ LAN ports should have additional lightning protections as specified in 803.3at Section 33.4.1.1.2, Environment B Requirements, when connected to powered devices that are not grounded to the same grounding conductor at the service entrance as the switch. ❒ Electromagnetic interference might occur between switches and other devices when multiple switches are powered by a single DC power supply. This can be addressed by installing clamp-on ferrite beads on the DC power cables, between the DC power supply and switches. ❒ Recommendations for ground resistivity are given in Table 11. Table 11. Ground Resistivity Recommendations Level Recommendation Best Practice <5 ohms Acceptable 5 to 15 ohms Marginal 15 to 25 ohms Non-compliant >25 ohms 58 IE300 Series Installation Guide Verifying the Package Contents Figure 11 identifies the pre-installed components on the front panel of the switch. 1 2 2 3 1 One dust cover on the USB port Nine dust covers on the twisted pair 2 ports and Console port 3 Four dust covers on the SFP slots Figure 11. Pre-installed Components on the Front Panel 59 Chapter 2: Beginning the Installation Figure 12 identifies the pre-installed components on the top panel. 2 1 3 Two 2-pin connectors on the 1 DC ALM IN and ALM OUT connectors One M4x8 Phillips-head grounding screw 2 One 4-pin connector on the 3 DC power PWR 1 and PWR 2 connector Figure 12. Pre-installed Components on the Top Panel 60 IE300 Series Installation Guide Figure 13 identifies the pre-installed component on the back panel. 1 1 One DIN rail bracketFigure 13. Pre-installed Component on the Back Panel 61 Chapter 2: Beginning the Installation Figure 14 lists the items included in the accessory kit that comes with the switch. Two wall brackets Five M4x8 Phillips-head screws One 2 m (6.6 ft) local management cable with RJ-45 (8P8C) and DB-9 (D-sub 9-pin) connectors Figure 14. Components in the Accessory Kit 62 Chapter 3 Installing the Switch The procedures in this chapter are listed here: ❒ “Installing the Switch on a DIN Rail” on page 64 ❒ “Installing the Switch on a Wooden Wall” on page 67 ❒ “Installing the Switch on a Concrete Wall” on page 71 63 Chapter 3: Installing the Switch Installing the Switch on a DIN Rail The switch comes with a DIN rail bracket pre-installed on the back panel. The bracket is compatible with DIN 35x7.5mm rails. Figure 15 shows the proper orientation of the switch on a DIN rail. Do not install the switch horizontally or upside-down. Figure 15. Orientation of the Switch on a DIN Rail To install the switch on a DIN rail, perform the following procedure: 1. Slide the slot on the top of the DIN rail bracket onto the top edge of the DIN rail. Refer to Figure 16 on page 65. 64 IE300 Series Installation Guide Slot in DIN rail bracket Top edge of DIN rail Figure 16. Installing the Switch on a DIN Rail - 1 2. Press on the bottom edge of the front faceplate of the switch until the bottom edge of the DIN rail snaps into the bottom slot in the bracket. Refer to Figure 17. Figure 17. Installing the Switch on a DIN Rail - 2 65 Chapter 3: Installing the Switch 3. Visually inspect the bracket to verify that the DIN rail is now fitted into the top and bottom slots. Refer to Figure 18. Top slot Bottom slot Figure 18. Verifying the DIN Rail Installation Note Allied Telesis recommends installing DIN rail end clamps to the sides of the switch to prevent damage or network traffic loss from vibration or shock. End clamps are not available from Allied Telesis. 4. Go to Chapter 4, “Cabling the Ports” on page 75. 66 IE300 Series Installation Guide Installing the Switch on a Wooden Wall Allied Telesis recommends using a plywood base when installing the switch on a wall with wooden studs. The base allows you to mount the device on two studs in the wall. (A plywood base is not required for a concrete wall.) Refer to Figure 19. Wall Studs Wall Plywood Base Figure 19. Switch on the Wall with a Plywood Base The recommended minimum dimensions of the plywood base are listed here: ❒ Width: 58.4 centimeters (23 inches) ❒ Height: 28.0 centimeters (11 inches) ❒ Thickness: 2.6 centimeters (1 inch) The dimensions assume the wall studs are 41 centimeters (16 inches) apart, the industry standard. You may need to adjust the width of the base if the distance between the studs in your wall is different than the standard. 67 Chapter 3: Installing the Switch You should install the plywood base to the wall first and then install the switch on the base. Refer to Figure 20. Wall Studs Wall Plywood Base

Step 1: Install the plywood base on the wall. Step 2: Install the switch on the plywood base.

Tools and Material Installing the Plywood Base Figure 20. Steps to Installing the Switch with a Plywood Base Here are the tools and material required for installing the switch on a wooden wall: ❒ Two wall brackets (included with the switch) ❒ Four bracket screws (included with the switch) ❒ Cross-head screwdriver (not provided) ❒ Stud finder capable of identifying the middle of wall studs and hot electrical wiring (not provided) ❒ Plywood base (not provided) ❒ Four wall screws for attaching the switch to the plywood base (not provided). The diameter of the screw holes in the wall brackets is 4.5 mm (0.17 in.). ❒ Four screws and anchors for attaching the plywood base to the wall (not provided) A plywood base is recommended when installing the switch on a wall that has wooden studs. Consult a qualified building contractor for installation instructions for the plywood base. The installation guidelines are listed here: ❒ You should use a stud finder to identify the middle of studs and hot electrical wiring in the wall. ❒ You should attach the base to two wall studs with a minimum of four screws.

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Installing the Switch on the Plywood Base ❒ The selected wall location for the base should adhere to the recommendations in “Reviewing Site Requirements” on page 57. This procedure assumes that the plywood base for the switch is installed on the wall. Please review “Reviewing Safety Precautions” on page 52 and “Reviewing Site Requirements” on page 57 before performing this procedure. Warning The device is heavy. Always ask for assistance before moving or lifting it to avoid injuring yourself or damaging the equipment. Warning The device should be installed on the wall by a qualified building contractor. Serious injury to yourself or others or damage to the equipment may result if it is not properly fastened to the wall. To install the switch on the plywood base, perform the following procedure: 1. Place the switch on a table. 2. Install the two wall brackets to the back panel of the switch, with the four screws included with the unit. Refer to Figure 21. Figure 21. Installing the Wall Brackets on the Switch

69 Chapter 3: Installing the Switch 3. Have another person hold the switch on the plywood base on the wall while you secure it with four screws (not provided). Refer to Figure 22. Please follow these guidelines as you position the switch on the wall: ❒ The switch must be oriented as shown in Figure 22. Do not install the switch horizontally or upside-down. ❒ Be sure to leave sufficient space from other devices or walls to allow for adequate air circulation around and through the cooling fins. Refer to “Reviewing Site Requirements” on page 57 for further information. Figure 22. Attaching the Switch to the Plywood Base 4. Go to Chapter 4, “Cabling the Ports” on page 75. 70 IE300 Series Installation Guide Installing the Switch on a Concrete Wall This section contains instructions on how to install the switch on a concrete wall. Warning The device is heavy. Always ask for assistance before moving or lifting it to avoid injuring yourself or damaging the equipment. Warning The device should be installed on a wall by a qualified building contractor. Serious injury to yourself or others or damage to the equipment may result if it is not properly fastened to the wall. Here are the tools and material required for installing the switch on a concrete wall: ❒ Two wall brackets (included with the switch) ❒ Four bracket screws (included with the switch) ❒ Four wall screws (not provided) ❒ Cross-head screwdriver (not provided) ❒ Drill and 1/4” carbide drill bit (not provided) ❒ Four anchors and screws for attaching the switch to the wall (not provided). The diameter of the screw holes in the wall brackets is 4.5 mm (0.17 in.). To install the switch on a concrete wall, perform the following procedure: 1. Place the switch in a table. 2. Install the two brackets that come with the switch to the back panel of the unit. Refer to Figure 21 on page 69. 3. Have a person hold the switch on the concrete wall at the selected location for the device while you use a pencil or pen to mark the wall with the locations of the four screw holes in the two wall brackets. Refer to Figure 23 on page 72. Please follow these guidelines as you position the switch on the wall: ❒ The switch must be oriented as shown in Figure 23 on page 72. You may not install the switch horizontally or upside-down. ❒ Be sure to leave sufficient space from other devices or walls to allow for adequate air circulation around and through the cooling 71 Chapter 3: Installing the Switch fins. Refer to “Reviewing Site Requirements” on page 57 for further information. Figure 23. Marking the Locations of the Bracket Holes on a Concrete Wall 4. Place the switch on a table or desk. 5. Use a drill and 1/4” carbide drill bit to pre-drill the four holes you marked in step 3. Please review the following guidelines: ❒ Prior to drilling, set the drill to hammer and rotation mode. The modes break up the concrete and clean out the hole. ❒ Allied Telesis recommends cleaning out the holes with a brush or compressed air. 6. Insert four anchors (not provided) into the holes. 7. Have another person hold the switch at the selected wall location while you secure it with four screws (not provided). Refer to Figure 24 on page 73. 72 IE300 Series Installation Guide Figure 24. Installing the Switch on a Concrete Wall 8. Go to Chapter 4, “Cabling the Ports” on page 75. 73

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Chapter 4 Cabling the Ports This chapter contains the following procedures: ❒ “Cabling the Twisted Pair Ports” on page 76 ❒ “Installing SFP Transceivers” on page 78 75 Chapter 4: Cabling the Ports Cabling the Twisted Pair Ports Here are the guidelines to cabling the 10/100/1000Base-T twisted pair ports on the cards: ❒ The ports have 8-pin RJ45 connectors. ❒ The cable specifications for the twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300- 12GT Switch are listed in Table 1 on page 25. ❒ The cable specifications for the twisted pair ports on the AT-IE300- 12GP Switch are listed in Table 3 on page 27. ❒ The connectors on the cables should fit snugly into the ports, and the tabs should lock the connectors into place. ❒ The default setting for PoE and PoE+ on ports 5 to 12 on the AT IE300-12GP Switch is enabled. ❒ The default setting for Hi-PoE on ports 9 to 12 on the AT-IE300- 12GP Switch is disabled. ❒ The default speed setting for the ports is Auto-Negotiation. This setting is appropriate for ports connected to network devices that also support Auto-Negotiation. ❒ The default speed setting of Auto-Negotiation is not appropriate for ports connected to network devices that do not support Auto Negotiation and have fixed speeds of 10 or 100 Mbps. For those switch ports, disable Auto-Negotiation and set the port’s speed manually to match the speeds of the network devices. ❒ The 10/100/1000Base-T ports must be set to Auto-Negotiation, the default setting, to operate at 1000Mbps. ❒ The default duplex mode setting for the ports is Auto-Negotiation. This setting is appropriate for ports connected to network devices that also support Auto-Negotiation for duplex modes. ❒ The default duplex mode setting of Auto-Negotiation is not appropriate for ports connected to network devices that do not support Auto-Negotiation and have a fixed duplex mode. Disable Auto-Negotiation on those ports and set their duplex modes manually to avoid the possibility of duplex mode mismatches. A switch port using Auto-Negotiation defaults to half-duplex if it detects that the end node is not using Auto-Negotiation. This can result in a mismatch if the end node is operating at a fixed duplex mode of full-duplex. ❒ The default wiring configuration of the ports is automatic MDIX detection, which configures the MDI/MDIX setting automatically. This setting is appropriate for switch ports that are connected to network devices that also support the feature. ❒ The default wiring configuration of automatic MDIX detection is not appropriate for ports that are connected to network devices that do 76 IE300 Series Installation Guide not support the feature. On those ports, you should disable automatic MDIX detection and set the wiring configuration manually with the POLARITY command. ❒ The appropriate MDI/MDI-X setting for a switch port connected to a 10/100Base-T network device with a fixed wiring configuration depends on the setting of the network device and whether the switch and network device are connected with straight-through or crossover cable. If you are using straight-through twisted pair cable, the wiring configurations of a port on the switch and a port on a network device must be opposite each other, such that one port uses MDI and the other MDI-X. For example, if a network device has a fixed wiring configuration of MDI, you must disable auto-MDI/ MDI-X on the corresponding switch port and manually set it to MDI-X. If you are using crossover twisted pair cable, the wiring configurations of a port on the switch and a port on a network device must be the same. ❒ Ethernet cables that are connected to outdoor equipment, such as CCTVs mounted on poles, might be subjected to surges from lightning or power cross events. Properly rated primary protection devices must be installed on the cables before connecting them to the switch. 77 Chapter 4: Cabling the Ports Installing SFP Transceivers Please review the following guidelines before installing SFP transceivers: ❒ SFP transceivers are hot-swappable. You may install them while the device is powered on. ❒ For a list of supported transceivers, refer to the product datasheet. ❒ The operational specifications and fiber optic cable requirements of the transceivers are provided in the documents included with the devices. ❒ You should install a transceiver before connecting its fiber optic cable. ❒ Fiber optic transceivers are dust sensitive. Always keep the plug in the optical bores when a fiber optic cable is not installed, or when you store the transceiver. When you do remove the plug, keep it for future use. ❒ Unnecessary removal and insertion of a transceiver can lead to premature failure. ❒ Installing or removing a transceiver from a slot in the switch might require slightly more force than typically required with other network equipment. This is because of the design of the SFP cages. Warning A transceiver can be damaged by static electricity. Be sure to observe all standard electrostatic discharge (ESD) precautions, such as wearing an antistatic wrist strap, to avoid damaging the device. 👓 E86 The illustrations in the following procedure show a transceiver with a duplex LC connector. The connectors on your transceivers may be different. To install SFP transceivers in the chassis, perform the following procedure: 1. Remove the dust plug from a transceiver slot. Figure 25 on page 79 shows the dust plug removed from slot 1. 78 IE300 Series Installation Guide Figure 25. Removing the Dust Plug from an SFP Slot 2. Remove the transceiver from its shipping container and store the packaging material in a safe location. 3. Position the transceiver with its handle on the right and slide it into the slot until it clicks into place. Refer to Figure 26. SFP handle Figure 26. Installing an SFP Transceiver 79 Chapter 4: Cabling the Ports Note If you are ready to attach the fiber optic cable to the transceiver, continue with the next step. Otherwise, repeat steps 1 to 3 to install the remaining transceivers in the switch. 4. Remove the dust cover from the transceiver. Refer to Figure 27. Figure 27. Removing the Dust Cover from an SFP Transceiver 5. Verify the handle on the transceiver is turned to the right. Refer to Figure 28. SFP Handle Figure 28. Verifying the Position of the SFP Handle 6. Connect the fiber optic cable to the transceiver. The connector on the cable should fit snugly into the port, and the tab should lock the connector into place. Refer to Figure 29 on page 81. 80


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