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The information in this publication is subject to change without notice. COMPAQ COMPUTER CORPORATION SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR TECHNICAL OR. EDITORIAL ERRORS OR OMISSIONS CONTAINED HEREIN NOR FOR INCIDENTAL OR. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE FURNISHING PERFORMANCE OR. USE OF THIS MATERIAL, This publication contains information protected by copyright No part of this publication may be. photocopied or reproduced in any form without prior written consent from Compaq Computer. Corporation, The software described in this guide is furnished under a license agreement or non disclosure. The software may be used or copied only in accordance with the terms of the agreement. Product names mentioned herein may be trademarks and or registered trademarks of their respective. 1996 Compaq Computer Corporation,All rights reserved Printed in the U S A. Registered United States Patent and Trademark Office. Netelligent is a trademark of Compaq Computer Corporation. Compaq Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater,User Guide. Second Edition April 1996,Part Number 185813 002, Writer Chris Seiter Project NOTICE Comments 185813 002 707085 001.
File Name 1 NOTICE DOC Last Saved On 3 28 96 10 19 AM. Federal Communications Commission Notice, This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device pursuant. to Part 15 of the FCC Rules These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful. interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment This equipment generates uses. and can radiate radio frequency energy and if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions in. this manual may cause interference to radio communications Operation of this equipment in a residential. area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be required to correct the. interference at his own expense, Class A devices bear a label indicating the interference potential of the device as well as additional. operating instructions for the user such as the following This device complies with Part 15 of the Federal. Communications Commission 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. Canadian Department of Communications,Radio Frequency Statement. This digital apparatus does not exceed the Class A limits for radio noise emissions from digital apparatus. set out in the Radio Interference Regulations of the Canadian Department of Communications. Le pr sent appareil num rique n met pas de bruits radio lectriques d passant les limites applicables aux. appareils numriques de la classe A prescrites dans le R glement sur le brouillage radio lectrique dict par. le minist res des Communications du Canada,Modifications. The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not. expressly approved by Compaq Computer Corporation may void the user s authority to operate the. This equipment complies with EMC directive 89 336 EEC ITE which includes EN50081 1 CLASS 1. 1992 EN55022 CISPR 22 for Class A ITE It also complies with FCC Class A. Writer Chris Seiter Project NOTICE Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name 2 NOTICE DOC Last Saved On 3 13 96 11 23 AM. European Union Notice, Products with the CE Community European Marking comply with both the EMC Directive 89 336 EEC.
and the Low Voltage Directive 73 23 EEC issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Norms. EN55022 CISPR 22 Electromagnetic Interference, EN50082 1 IEC801 2 IEC801 3 IEC801 4 Electromagnetic Immunity. EN60950 IEC950 Product Safety, This equipment complies with UL 1950 Second Edition CAN CSA C22 2 No 950 93 73 23 EEC Low. Voltage Directive TUV Rheinland EN60950 1988 A1 1990 1993 and A2 1992 1992 1993. This equipment complies with EMC directive 89 336 EEC ITE which includes EN 50082 1. IEC 801 2 Electrostatic Discharge,IEC 801 3 Radiated Immunity. IEC 801 4 Electrical Fast Transient Burst, EN55101 4 Conducted Immunity not currently required. Netelligent 1108 100Base T Repeater User Guide, Writer Chris Seiter Project NOTICE Comments 185813 002 707085 001.
File Name 2 NOTICE DOC Last Saved On 3 13 96 11 23 AM. Intended Reader ix,Organization of Contents ix,Introduction. Features 1 1,Hub Components 1 2,LED Indicators 1 2. RJ 45 Ports 1 3,Uplink Switch 1 4,Planning Hub Installation. Before You Begin 2 1,Installation Requirements 2 1. Environmental Requirements 2 1,Electrical Requirements 2 1.
Spatial Requirements 2 2,Twisted Pair UTP STP Wire Requirements 2 3. System Planning Charts 2 5,Hub Setup and Cabling Chart 2 5. Rack Inventory Chart 2 6,Installing the Hub,Mounting the Hub 3 1. Attaching the Rubber Feet 3 1,Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater User Guide. Writer Chris Seiter Project Introduction Comments 707085 002 185813 001185813 002. File Name MIC100 T DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. Rack Mounting the Hub 3 1,Connecting Twisted Pair Cable 3 2.
Setting the Uplink Switch 3 3,Interconnecting Hubs 3 4. Connecting Power 3 4,Appendix A,Specifications,Electrical Specifications A 1. Ports and Connectors A 1,LED Indicators A 1,Controls A 1. Power Requirements A 1,Power Consumption A 1,Power Cord USA A 1. Physical Specifications A 2,Dimensions A 2,Weight A 2.
Environmental Specifications A 2,Operating Environment A 2. Storage Environment A 2, Writer Chris Seiter Project Introduction Comments 707085 002 185813 001185813 002. File Name MIC100 T DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. This guide includes information about how to install and operate the 100Base. TX Fast Ethernet repeater We recommend that you read all chapters in this. guide to become familiar with all of the repeater s features and to ensure a. successful installation,Intended Reader, This guide is written for network administrators and technicians responsible. for hardware instalation,Organization of Contents, The contents of this guide are organized as follows. Chapter 1 Provides an overview of the 100Base TX repeater and describes. the repeater s features, Chapter 2 Helps you plan the installation of the repeater.
Chapter 3 Provides instructions for installing and powering up the repeater. and for interconnecting repeaters, Appendix A Includes the repeater s electrical physical and environmental. specifications, Glossary Provides terms used throughout this guide as well as general. networking terms,Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater User Guide. Writer Chris Seiter Project Preface Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 P DOC Last Saved On 3 13 96 11 17 AM. Introduction, The Compaq Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater Part No 267022 001. provides a high speed solution to increasingly heavy network traffic and slow. data throughput The repeater uses the IEEE 802 3u 100Base TX standard to. increase the speed of network transmissions by a factor of about 10 This. enhanced performance greatly improves your network s efficiency. The repeater has an uplinkable port that lets you connect the repeater to. another repeater providing a maximum of 14 ports on the same collision. domain The repeater also has several LEDs that help you monitor the its. status at the repeater and port levels The repeater provides active. management by autopartitioning ports and monitoring error conditions. The repeater includes these features, Eight shielded RJ 45 ports to support UTP Category 5 or STP cable.
Front panel uplink switch that lets you connect the repeater to another. repeater providing a maximum of 14 ports on the same collision. LEDs that indicate power repeater activity and collisions for the. repeater and link activity and partition status for each port. Transparent active management that autopartitions jabbering ports. Full compatibility with the IEEE 802 3u 100Base TX repeater. specification, Chassis that can stand alone or be mounted in a standard 19 inch rack. Surface mount technology, Built in power supply that operates on a 100 to 240 VAC 50 to 60 Hz. power source,Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater User Guide. Writer Chris Seiter Project Introduction Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 1 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. 1 2 Introduction,Kit Contents, Before you start to install the repeater verify that this package contains the. following items,1108 100Base TX Repeater Part No 267022 001.
Shielded AC power cord, Compaq Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater User Guide. Hub Components, This section provides an overview of the repeater s components including the. LED indicators RJ 45 ports and uplink switch Figure 1 1 shows the repeater. front panel and back panel,Power Segmentation,Activity LED Indicators. RJ 45 Ports and LEDs,1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8,ACT UPLINK,X X X X X X X. UPLINK Switch,for converting,uplinkable port,Figure 1 1 Repeater Front Panel.
Power Cord Connector,Figure 1 2 Repeater Back Panel. Writer Chris Seiter Project Introduction Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 1 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. LED Indicators, The repeater features several LED indicators that help you monitor the. repeater The LEDs on the left side of the front panel provide the power. activity and collision status of the repeater The LEDs above the RJ 45 ports. indicate the link activity and partition status for each of the ports Figure 1 2. shows the LED arrangement for the repeater,LED Indicators. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8,ACT UPLINK,X X X X X X X,Power Activity Collision. LED Indicators,Figure 1 3 LED Indicators, The following information lists the possible conditions colors and statuses of.
each LED and describes the meaning of each condition. PWR LED Steady green indicates that power is supplied to the. repeater OFF indicates that no power is supplied to the repeater. ACT LED Flashing green indicates that there is activity at one or. more of the repeater s ports, COL LED Flashing yellow indicates that the repeater detects a. collision OFF indicates that no collisions are occurring. RJ 45 LEDs Steady green indicates that a link condition is present. Steady yellow indicates that the port is disabled autopartitioned. Flashing green indicates that there is activity at the port Alternately. flashing yellow and green indicates that a link condition is present but. an error condition such as a jabber is being detected OFF indicates. that no link condition is present at the port or there is no connection at. NOTE LEDs listed as yellow might appear orange on the repeater s front panel. Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater User Guide, Writer Chris Seiter Project Introduction Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 1 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. 1 4 Introduction,RJ 45 Ports, The repeater has eight RJ 45 ports that let you connect UTP or STP cabling to. workstations and servers in an Ethernet network,Uplink Switch. The uplink switch enables the 8th port on the repeater to function as either a. standard IN RJ 45 port or an uplinkable OUT RJ 45 port. IN ports use an internal crossover of the receive and transmit lines enabling. the port to connect to a network interface card using standard 8 wire UTP. cable OUT ports use a straight through uncrossed connection enabling the. port to connect to any IN port of a second repeater This allows two repeaters. to be on the same segment,Standard UPLINK,IN Repeater Port MDI X MDI Uplinkable.
Default OUT Port,Figure 1 4 Uplink Switch, Writer Chris Seiter Project Introduction Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 1 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. Planning Hub Installation, This chapter contains information to help you prepare for installing the. 100BASE TX repeater,Installation Requirements, To help ensure a correct installation read this section to determine the. environmental electrical spatial and cable requirements. Environmental Requirements, Be sure the operating environment for the repeater is within the following. Temperature 32 to 120 F 0 to 49 C,Humidity 5 to 95 non condensing.
Altitude 0 to 10 000 feet,Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater User Guide. Writer Chris Seiter Project Planning Hub Installation Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 2 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. 2 2 Planning Hub Installation,Electrical Requirements. The electrical requirements for a repeater are as follows. Voltage 100 to 240 VAC,Frequency 50 to 60 Hz,Power 0 25 to 0 5 Amps maximum. CAUTION The power outlet must be a non switched three pronged. grounded outlet Do not use a three to two pronged adapter at the outlet. Doing so may result in electrical shock and or damage to the repeater. NOTE If the supplied shielded power cord is lost or damaged replace it with an. identical shielded power cord set to ensure emissions compliance. Spatial Requirements, The repeater s dimensions are 1 75 x 17 00 x 8 5 inches 4 44 x 43 18 x 21 59. centimeters HxWxD, You can interconnect two repeaters If there is not enough space to mount the.
repeaters in a single rack or stack them on a single shelf or if you want to. place the repeaters in different locations you can place them on separate. shelves or in separate racks If this is necessary you will need longer repeater. expansion port cables to connect the repeaters See the Twisted Pair. UTP STP Wire Requirements section in this chapter for more information. Be sure to allow at least 2 inches 5 1 centimeters on each side of the repeater. for proper air circulation and cable connections,Twisted Pair UTP STP Wire Requirements. The twisted pair wiring you use to connect the repeater s RJ 45 ports must. meet the following minimum specifications and requirements to ensure long. term LAN reliability, Writer Chris Seiter Project Planning Hub Installation Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 2 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. The wiring must be shielded or unshielded twisted pair STP UTP. Category 5,Two pairs of wiring are required, Depending on building codes different insulation materials may be. required Plenum rated or TEFLON coated wiring may be required in. some areas, The wire gauge should be between 18 and 26 AWG Most telephone. installations use 24 gauge wiring,UTP wire should meet the following requirements.
Solid copper,Nominal capacitance less than 16 pF ft. Nominal impedance 100 Ohms,Nominal attenuation less than 11 5 db. CAUTION Never use gray satin station cable for connecting a repeater. This flat cable typically used for connecting telephones to wall jacks is. incompatible with 100BASE TX systems, Straight through twisted pair cable is typically used to connect a repeater to a. server or workstation In a straight through connection Pin 1 at the repeater. connects to Pin 1 at the server Pin 2 at the repeater connects to Pin 2 at the. server and so on Figure 2 1 shows the locations of pins on a standard RJ 45. plug on a twisted pair cable,Netelligent 1108 100Base TX Repeater User Guide. Writer Chris Seiter Project Planning Hub Installation Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 2 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM. 2 4 Planning Hub Installation,Twisted Pair Cable,1 RJ 45 Plug.
Figure 2 1 RJ 45 Plug Pin Locations, Table 2 1 shows the wiring in a straight through and crossover twisted pair. cable Pins 4 5 7 and 8 are not used,Straight Through Twisted Pair Wiring. Twisted Pair Number Pin Signal To Pin Number Signal. Number Description Description,1 1 TD 1 TD,2 3 RD 3 RD. Crossover Twisted Pair Wiring, Twisted Pair Number Pin Signal To Pin Number Signal. Number Description Description,1 1 TD 3 RD,2 3 RD 1 TD.
Writer Chris Seiter Project Planning Hub Installation Comments 185813 002 707085 001. File Name MIC100 2 DOC Last Saved On 3 14 96 10 38 AM.

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