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BAS Components

These images show the location of ports, connectors, LEDs, and other components referred to in this Quick Installation Card.

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Warnings 10
Follow all warnings, cautions, and required actions in the Pannaway 6 7 8 9
BAS Installation Guide when working with the Broadband Access
Switch. 1: DB9 Console Connection 2: System Status LEDs 3: Power Supply LEDs 4: Gigabit Ethernet Status LEDs 5: RJ45 10/100BASE-T port
6: Power Feed Ports 7: SFP Transceiver Ports 8: Alarm Lead Port 9: RJ21A ADSL ports 10: Chassis Grounding Post
Electrical Warning: Only trained and certified personnel should
(A and B Feed) (GE1, GE2) (1-16, 17-32)
work with electrical equipment and hazardous voltages. This card provides instructions for the installation of the Pannaway
Broadband Access Switch (BAS). This card should be used by
Read and understand all the procedures, warnings, and cautions LED Indicators qualified personnel who have read the Pannaway BAS Installation
in the Pannaway BAS Installation Guide before proceeding with
the installation of the BAS.
This table summarizes the LED indicators that are available on the BAS: Guide (Part Number 850-0000015).
ESD CAUTION: The Pannaway BAS contains static-sensitive
components. Failure to follow precautionary ESD procedures may
LED Condition Indication Using this Quick Installation Card
Power (A Feed and B Feed) Green The indicated power feed (A or B) is receiving power from a -48 VDC source and is operating properly.
result in damage to equipment. Follow standard electrostatic This installation card provides reminders and brief descriptions of
procedures when installing the BAS and any SFP optical Off The indicated feed is not receiving power from a -48 VDC source. installation and field configuration procedures. Once the
transceivers. System Status OK Green (solid) The system is operating and OK. procedures in this card are completed, the Pannaway BAS will be
Read all warning and caution labels on the Pannaway BAS, Off The system is not powered up. installed and ready for comprehensive management by a remote
power supply units, equipment racks, alarm panels, and any Green (flashing) BAS is starting up, loading configuration, and self-testing. management station or system.
devices to be connected to the BAS. Follow all manufacturer or This Quick Installation Card is provided as an aid for
agency recommendations for safe and proper operation of all System Status Error Red A failure occurred during the most recent system startup.
knowledgeable installation personnel. This document does not
tools and devices. Off No status errors detected since last system reset.
replace the Pannaway Broadband Access Switch Installation Guide, and is
Lnk/Act Green The associated port has a valid link to the connected network.
supplied as an additional resource for your convenience.
Getting Help (GE 1&2, Ethernet) Green (flashing) Link activity (traffic) detected on the associated port’s network.
To use this document, follow the instructions for installation and
If you experience any difficulties installing or maintaining your Ethernet 100Mbps Off 10 Mbps link established on Ethernet port. initial configuration that are supplied on the inside of this card.
Pannaway Technologies products you can contact the Pannaway Green (solid) 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet link established on Ethernet port. Perform the procedures in this quick installation card in order, and
Technologies Technical Assistance Center (TAC) for support. ADSL Lifeline (1-16, 17-32) Off Line is idle (ADSL mode) or phone is on-hook (POTS mode). refer to the Pannaway Broadband Access Switch Installation Guide as
All Pannaway Technologies contracted customers have direct access Amber (blinking) Phone is off-hook (POTS mode). necessary. Refer to the Installation Guide for complete installation
to Pannaway Technologies’ TAC, staffed with our experienced and set up instructions.
Amber (solid) Call in progress (POTS or Lifeline mode).
engineers. The TAC provides the following services: If you experience any difficulty installing the BAS with these
• Technical Assistance Center Support: For questions Green (blinking) HANDSHAKE mode, ADSL port enabled, waiting for response from PBG.
instructions, stop immediately and refer to the Installation Guide for
regarding product functionality and services, please call Green (flashing) TRAINING mode, ADSL HANDSHAKE with PBG complete.
more detailed instructions.
603.766.5175 Green (solid) DATA mode, ADSL TRAINING completed.
• Emergency After Hours Support: Available to our Green/Amber Phone off-hook (Lifeline mode) and port in ADSL HANDSHAKE mode awaiting response from PBG. Related Documents
service contract customers 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, alternating
365 days a year. This Quick Installation Card should be used in conjunction with
Green/Amber Phone off-hook (Lifeline mode) and port in ADSL TRAINING mode with PBG.
• E-mail Support: E-Mail support is provided with a fast alternating
the following related documentation:
guaranteed 24 hour acknowledgement. E-mail to • Pannaway Broadband Access Switch Installation Guide
support@pannaway.com. • Pannaway Broadband Access Switch Administration Guide
Pannaway Technologies, Inc. BAS-ADSL32 Quick Installation Card • Pannaway Personal Branch Gateway Installation Guide or Residential
For registered customers, Pannaway Technologies also provides a 215 Commerce Way Order Number: 850-0000006-01 Gateway Network Interface Device Installation Guide
full self-service support portal at: Portsmouth, NH 03801 Released: April 23, 2004
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c Pre-Installation 1. Support the BAS chassis and slide it between the equipment rack rails. e Power and Ground Connections f Field Configuration
Perform the following procedures to prepare the installation site 2. Align mounting holes with the fastening holes in the rack. Electrical Warning: Only trained and certified personnel should Perform these procedures to configure the BAS for the first time.
and the BAS for installation: 3. Use four mounting screws (not provided) to fasten the brackets to the work with electrical equipment and hazardous voltages. This field configuration represents the minimum management
rack rails. necessary to make the BAS configurable through a remote
Verify Package Contents Connect Chassis Ground management session.
Check that the following materials are included in the Pannaway 1. Prepare a ground lead as described in the Pannaway Broadband Access
BAS shipping container: Begin Management Session
Switch Installation Guide.
Pannaway Broadband Access Switch (1) 2. Remove the keps nut from the ground post on the rear panel of the BAS. 1. Power up the connected management terminal or start the terminal
emulation software.
#6-32 flat head screws (8) Pre-wired power cables (2) 3. Place the ring terminal of the grounding lead over the post. Replace the
keps nut and tighten it to ensure a clean and secure contact. 2. Open a new session with the BAS. Set the session to the following
Pre-wired 2-pin alarm cable (1) Rack Mounting Brackets (2) operational settings:
Pannaway Technologies Information DB9 to DB9 serial console cable (1) 4. Secure the grounding lead’s free end to the earth ground used for other - 9600 Baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, no parity
Package (1) devices in the equipment rack. Mark the lead as a ground and dress the
4. Verify the stability of the rack connection before continuing to the next cable as needed. 3. When the User: prompt appears, type “Admin” and press ENTER.
procedure. 4. At the Password: prompt, type “pannaway” and press ENTER. The
Collect Necessary Materials
Connect the BAS to Power Source BAS> prompt will appear.
Locate the following materials and tools (not included) that will be Connect ADSL Interfaces
Electrical Warning: Turn OFF system power at the power source
needed for the installation: 1. Locate the ADSL interface port on the rear panel of the BAS that the line breaker before proceeding. Verify that the power supply to the Set System IP Addressing
ESD Strap Phillips and flat head screwdrivers will connect to. ADSL ports are labeled ADSL 1-16 and ADSL 17-32. terminals at the source is disconnected before working with 1. At the BAS> prompt, type “enable” and press ENTER. At the
Rack mounting screws (4) Management terminal or emulator 2. Open the Velcro retaining straps over the power leads. Password: prompt, type “pannaway” and press ENTER. The prompt
port and press the 50-pin RJ21X connector will change to BAS#, indicating the CLI is in Privileged Exec mode.
14 AWG grounding wire with ring Basic electrician’s tools (wire 1. Locate the Pannaway-supplied “A Feed” power cable. It can be identified
onto the port.
terminal strippers, pliers, etc.) by the color of its wires (green, black, red). 2. Type “configure” at the prompt and press ENTER. The prompt will
change to BAS (config)#, indicating Global Configuration mode.
The connector and port are keyed to 2. Insert the cable’s keyed connector into the “A Feed” port on the rear
Examine the BAS prevent mis-insertion. panel of the BAS. Press the connector into the port until the latching 3. Begin the command by typing “ip address” at the prompt.
mechanism locks. 4. Type a space, then type the IP address for the Pannaway BAS in dotted
Inspect the BAS and all supplied materials for damage.
decimal notation (DDN or ‘dotted quad’) format.
If any signs of handling damage are visible, contact Pannaway 3. Wrap the Velcro straps over the connector to secure the connector to the
Technologies immediately. Do not install a damaged device. 5. Type a space, and then enter the network mask (in dotted decimal
port.
notation) that indicates the network portion of the BAS’ IP address.
The components and ports of the BAS identified in this Quick Example:
Installation Card are identified on the back panel of this document Connect Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces BAS (config)#ip address 192.161.89.8 255.255.255.0

for your convenience. 1. Locate the SFP port on the rear panel of the BAS that the line will connect 6. Press ENTER to execute the command.
to. The SFP ports on the BAS are labeled “GE1” and “GE2”.
7. Begin the next command by typing “ip default-gateway”.
Install Rack-Mounting Brackets 2. Insert the SFP transceiver (supplied
8. Type the IP address, in dotted decimal notation, of the default router
1. Select the chassis mounting orientation (front flush, recessed, etc.). separately) into the GE port until the latching
interface that the BAS will use to reach other networks.
mechanism engages.
2. Align bracket with screw holes. Be sure that bracket location provides Example:
four usable fastening holes on the chassis (front flush mount shown): BAS (config)#ip default-gateway 192.161.89.1

9. Press ENTER to execute the command.


3. Remove dust caps from optical transceiver ports and optical cable 3. Locate the Pannaway-supplied “B Feed” power cable. Its wires are
connector ends. green, blue, and black. Set Access Security
4. Insert the optical cable connector into the 4. Connect the power lead to the “B Feed” port on the rear panel of the 1. At the BAS (config)# prompt, type “users passwd Admin” and
SFP transceiver until it latches. BAS. Ensure the latching mechanism locks. press ENTER. The system will prompt you to provide a new password
for the Admin account.
5. Route and dress the power cables as needed.
2. Type the new Admin account password at the prompt and press ENTER.
6. Connect the “A Feed” power cable to the power source. Maintain the
The password should not be more than sixteen characters in length. The
correct polarity. The “A Feed” cable identifications are:
system will prompt you to confirm the new password.
3. Fasten bracket with 4 of the #6-32 screws provided. Red: -48V Power / Black: Positive Return / Green: Ground
Connect Alarm Lead: 3. Re-enter the Admin account password supplied in Step 2 and press
4. Repeat steps 2-3 for second bracket. Match installation location and 7. Connect the “B Feed” power cable to the power source. Maintain the
ENTER.
orientation. 1. Dress the wire ends of the Pannaway-supplied two-wire alarm lead for correct polarity. The “B Feed” cable identifications are:
the type of alarm panel connection needed at your site. Blue: -48V Power / Black: Positive Return / Green: Ground 4. Type “exit” and press ENTER to exit the Global configuration mode. The
prompt will change to BAS#.
d Installation 2. Insert the keyed connector of the alarm lead into the “alarm” port on the
Activate Power Source
rear of the BAS chassis.
Perform these procedures to install the Pannaway BAS in an Save Configuration
3. Connect the two wires of the alarm lead to the alarm panel in accord with After verifying the condition of the installation and installing all
equipment rack, make network connections, and prepare the alarm necessary safety equipment, turn the power to the BAS ON at At the BAS# prompt, type “write memory” and press ENTER. The
the manufacturer’s instructions.
and management leads. the power source breaker. BAS will save the current configuration to FLASH memory to be
used at the next start-up.
Connect Console Cable Monitor the BAS LEDs to verify that the system is powering up
Place Chassis in Rack This completes the minimum required local configuration for the
1. Connect the male DB9 connector of the Pannaway-supplied console correctly. The two “Power” LEDs on the front panel should be
If the equipment rack does not provide threaded mounting holes, BAS. Further management and configuration may be performed
clips or nuts must be installed on the rack rails to support the cable to the “Console” port on the front panel of the BAS. solid green. The “System Status OK” LED will blink green
during power-up. When the “System Status OK” LED remains through the local terminal or through a TELNET session over the
BAS. These devices must be in place before installation can 2. Connect the female DB9 connector to a serial port on the management
lit (solid green), the system is ready for configuration. network.
continue. terminal (or terminal emulator) that will be used for management access.