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Preface
Objectives
This document describes product features, network applications, overall structure, technical
specifications, and compliant protocols and standards of the ISCOM21xx.
The appendix lists terms, acronyms, and abbreviations involved in this document.

Versions
The following table lists the product versions related to this document.
Product name

Hardware version

Software version

ISCOM2110EA-MA

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2118EA-MA

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2126E-MA

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2126EA-MA

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2126S-MA

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2128EA-MA

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2150-MA

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR

ROS_4.14

ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR

ROS_4.14

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Conventions
Symbol conventions
The symbols that may be found in this document are defined as follows.
Symbol

Description
Indicates a hazard with a medium or low level of risk which, if
not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not avoided,
could cause equipment damage, data loss, and performance
degradation, or unexpected results.
Provides additional information to emphasize or supplement
important points of the main text.
Indicates a tip that may help you solve a problem or save time.

General conventions
Convention

Description

Times New Roman

Normal paragraphs are in Times New Roman.

Arial

Paragraphs in Warning, Caution, Notes, and Tip are in Arial.

Boldface

Names of files, directories, folders, and users are in boldface.


For example, log in as user root.

Italic

Book titles are in italics.

Lucida Console

Terminal display is in Lucida Console.

Change history
Updates between document versions are cumulative. Therefore, the latest document version
contains all updates made to previous versions.

Issue 05 (2014-03-14)
Fifth commercial release

Modified product characteristics, features, and networking applications.

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Issue 04 (2013-12-31)
Fourth commercial release

Upgraded the hardware version of the ISCOM2126E-MA to C.

Upgraded the hardware version of the ISCOM2126EA-MA to C.

Upgraded the hardware version of the ISCOM2126S-MA to E.

Modified device prints.

Modified company address and postal code.

Issue 03 (2013-09-30)
Third commercial release

Upgraded the hardware version of the ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR to C.

Added a new model ISCOM2126E-MA.

Added a new model ISCOM2150-MA.

Issue 02 (2013-08-15)
Second commercial release

Upgraded the hardware version of the ISCOM2128EA-MA to B.

Upgraded the hardware version of the ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR to C.

Issue 01 (2013-02-01)
Initial commercial release

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Contents
1 Overview......................................................................................................................................... 1
1.1 Introduction ...................................................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Characteristics .................................................................................................................................................. 1
1.2.1 Reliable carrier-grade design .................................................................................................................. 1
1.2.2 Complete traffic management ................................................................................................................. 2
1.2.3 Standard QoS features ............................................................................................................................. 2
1.2.4 Rich security guarantee ........................................................................................................................... 2
1.2.5 Convenient operation and maintenance .................................................................................................. 2
1.2.6 Powerful PoE features ............................................................................................................................. 3
1.2.7 Overall lightning protection .................................................................................................................... 3
1.2.8 Green and energy-saving feature............................................................................................................. 3
1.3 Features ............................................................................................................................................................ 3
1.4 Ordering information........................................................................................................................................ 7
1.4.1 Naming conventions ............................................................................................................................... 7
1.4.2 Models .................................................................................................................................................... 8
1.4.3 Ordering information about auxiliary parts ........................................................................................... 10

2 Networking applications ........................................................................................................... 11


2.1 MAN access networking ................................................................................................................................ 11
2.2 WLAN construction ....................................................................................................................................... 12
2.3 Safety monitoring system ............................................................................................................................... 13

3 System structure .......................................................................................................................... 15


3.1 ISCOM2110EA-MA ...................................................................................................................................... 15
3.1.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 15
3.1.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 17
3.1.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 17
3.2 ISCOM2118EA-MA ...................................................................................................................................... 18
3.2.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 18
3.2.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 19
3.2.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 19
3.3 ISCOM2126E-MA ......................................................................................................................................... 20
3.3.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 20
3.3.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 21
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3.3.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 21


3.4 ISCOM2126EA-MA ...................................................................................................................................... 22
3.4.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 22
3.4.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 23
3.4.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 23
3.5 ISCOM2126S-MA ......................................................................................................................................... 24
3.5.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 24
3.5.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 25
3.5.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 25
3.6 ISCOM2128EA-MA ...................................................................................................................................... 26
3.6.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 26
3.6.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 27
3.6.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 27
3.7 ISCOM2150-MA ........................................................................................................................................... 28
3.7.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 28
3.7.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 29
3.7.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 29
3.8 ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR ............................................................................................................................... 30
3.8.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 30
3.8.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 31
3.8.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 31
3.9 ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR ............................................................................................................................ 32
3.9.1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 32
3.9.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................... 33
3.9.3 Overall specifications ............................................................................................................................ 34
3.10 ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR .......................................................................................................................... 34
3.10.1 Appearance .......................................................................................................................................... 34
3.10.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................. 35
3.10.3 Overall specifications .......................................................................................................................... 35
3.11 ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR ............................................................................................................................. 36
3.11.1 Appearance .......................................................................................................................................... 36
3.11.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................. 37
3.11.3 Overall specifications .......................................................................................................................... 37
3.12 ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR .......................................................................................................................... 38
3.12.1 Appearance .......................................................................................................................................... 38
3.12.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................. 39
3.12.3 Overall specifications .......................................................................................................................... 39
3.13 ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR .......................................................................................................................... 40
3.13.1 Appearance .......................................................................................................................................... 40
3.13.2 Interfaces ............................................................................................................................................. 41
3.13.3 Overall specifications .......................................................................................................................... 41

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4 Device installation ...................................................................................................................... 43


4.1 Installing hardware ......................................................................................................................................... 43
4.1.1 Preparing for installation ....................................................................................................................... 43
4.1.2 Installing device .................................................................................................................................... 44
4.1.3 Connecting cables ................................................................................................................................. 46
4.1.4 Power-on check ..................................................................................................................................... 49
4.2 Installing software .......................................................................................................................................... 50

5 Compliant standards and protocols......................................................................................... 51


5.1 Safety and environment standards .................................................................................................................. 51
5.2 Laser security class ........................................................................................................................................ 52
5.3 Reliability specifications ................................................................................................................................ 52
5.4 Environmental requirements .......................................................................................................................... 52
5.4.1 Storage environment ............................................................................................................................. 52
5.4.2 Transport environment .......................................................................................................................... 54
5.4.3 Operation environment ......................................................................................................................... 55
5.5 Compliant standards and protocols ................................................................................................................ 57

6 Appendix ...................................................................................................................................... 60
6.1 Cables ............................................................................................................................................................. 60
6.1.1 Grounding cable .................................................................................................................................... 60
6.1.2 DC power cable..................................................................................................................................... 62
6.1.3 AC power cable ..................................................................................................................................... 63
6.1.4 WP power cable .................................................................................................................................... 64
6.1.5 Console cable ........................................................................................................................................ 65
6.1.6 Fiber ...................................................................................................................................................... 67
6.1.7 Ethernet cable........................................................................................................................................ 68
6.2 LEDs .............................................................................................................................................................. 71
6.2.1 ISCOM21xx non-PoE model ................................................................................................................ 71
6.2.2 ISCOM21xx PoE model ....................................................................................................................... 71
6.3 Lookup table for interface parameters ............................................................................................................ 72
6.3.1 1000BASE-X SFP optical interface ...................................................................................................... 72
6.3.2 100BASE-FX SFP optical interface ...................................................................................................... 72
6.3.3 Console interface .................................................................................................................................. 73
6.3.4 100/1000BASE-T electrical interface ................................................................................................... 73
6.4 Lookup table for optical module parameters .................................................................................................. 74
6.4.1 100BASE-FX SFP optical module ........................................................................................................ 74
6.4.2 1000BASE-X SFP optical module ........................................................................................................ 75
6.5 Terms .............................................................................................................................................................. 76
6.6 Acronyms and abbreviations .......................................................................................................................... 77

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Figures
Figure 1-1 Naming conventions ............................................................................................................................. 7
Figure 2-1 MAN aggregation networking ............................................................................................................ 12
Figure 2-2 WLAN construction networking ........................................................................................................ 13
Figure 2-3 Safety monitoring system ................................................................................................................... 14
Figure 3-1 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-AC or ISCOM2110EA-MA-WP ........................................ 16
Figure 3-2 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-DC (+24 VDC) ................................................................... 16
Figure 3-3 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-DC (-48 VDC) .................................................................... 16
Figure 3-4 Front appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA ............................................................................................ 17
Figure 3-5 Front appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA ............................................................................................ 18
Figure 3-6 Rear appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-AC ...................................................................................... 18
Figure 3-7 Rear appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-DC ...................................................................................... 19
Figure 3-8 Front appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-AC ........................................................................................ 20
Figure 3-9 Front appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-DC ........................................................................................ 20
Figure 3-10 Rear appearance of ICOM2126E-MA .............................................................................................. 21
Figure 3-11 Front appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-AC ................................................................................... 22
Figure 3-12 Front appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-DC ................................................................................... 22
Figure 3-13 Rear appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA ........................................................................................... 23
Figure 3-14 Front appearance of ICOM2126S-MA-AC ...................................................................................... 24
Figure 3-15 Front appearance of ICOM2126S-MA-DC ...................................................................................... 24
Figure 3-16 Rear appearance of ICOM2126S-MA .............................................................................................. 25
Figure 3-17 Front appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-AC ................................................................................... 26
Figure 3-18 Front appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-DC ................................................................................... 26
Figure 3-19 Rear appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA ........................................................................................... 27
Figure 3-20 Front appearance of ICOM2150-MA ............................................................................................... 28
Figure 3-21 Rear appearance of ICOM2150-MA ................................................................................................ 29
Figure 3-22 Front appearance of ICOM2110A-MA-PWR-AC ............................................................................ 30

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Figure 3-23 Rear appearance of ICOM2110A-MA-PWR .................................................................................... 31


Figure 3-24 Front appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR-AC ......................................................................... 32
Figure 3-25 Front appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR-DC ......................................................................... 32
Figure 3-26 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR ................................................................................. 33
Figure 3-27 Front appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR ................................................................................ 34
Figure 3-28 Rear appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR-AC .......................................................................... 35
Figure 3-29 Front appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-PWR ................................................................................... 36
Figure 3-30 Rear appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-PWR .................................................................................... 37
Figure 3-31 Front appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR ................................................................................ 38
Figure 3-32 Rear appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR-AC .......................................................................... 39
Figure 3-33 Rear appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR-DC .......................................................................... 39
Figure 3-34 Front appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR ................................................................................ 40
Figure 3-35 Rear appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR ................................................................................. 41
Figure 4-1 Installing brackets ............................................................................................................................... 44
Figure 4-2 Installing floating nuts ........................................................................................................................ 44
Figure 4-3 Installing guide rails ........................................................................................................................... 45
Figure 4-4 Installing device horizontally on rack ................................................................................................. 45
Figure 4-5 Pasting foot pads................................................................................................................................. 45
Figure 4-6 Installing device on workbench .......................................................................................................... 46
Figure 4-7 Connecting grounding cable ............................................................................................................... 46
Figure 4-8 Connecting DC power cable ............................................................................................................... 47
Figure 4-9 Connecting AC power cable ............................................................................................................... 47
Figure 4-10 Connecting Console cable ................................................................................................................ 48
Figure 4-11 Inserting SFP optical module ............................................................................................................ 48
Figure 4-12 Connecting fiber ............................................................................................................................... 48
Figure 4-13 Connecting Ethernet cable ................................................................................................................ 49
Figure 6-1 Grounding cable ................................................................................................................................. 61
Figure 6-2 OT terminal ........................................................................................................................................ 61
Figure 6-3 DC power cable .................................................................................................................................. 62
Figure 6-4 European standard AC cable ............................................................................................................... 64
Figure 6-5 American standard AC cable .............................................................................................................. 64
Figure 6-6 WP power cable .................................................................................................................................. 65
Figure 6-7 Appearance and connection mode of the RJ45 Console interface ...................................................... 66

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Figure 6-8 Connection mode of the RJ45 Console interface and the Console interface ...................................... 67
Figure 6-9 LC/PC fiber connector ........................................................................................................................ 68
Figure 6-10 Ethernet cable ................................................................................................................................... 68
Figure 6-11 Wiring of the straight-through cable ................................................................................................. 70
Figure 6-12 Wiring of the 100 Mbit/s crossover cable ......................................................................................... 70
Figure 6-13 Wiring of the 1000 Mbit/s crossover cable ....................................................................................... 71

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Tables
Table 1-1 Features .................................................................................................................................................. 3
Table 1-2 Naming conventions............................................................................................................................... 8
Table 1-3 Models.................................................................................................................................................... 8
Table 1-4 Ordering information about RPS power modules ................................................................................ 10
Table 3-1 Interfaces on ICOM2110EA-MA ......................................................................................................... 17
Table 3-2 Overall specifications of ICOM2110EA-MA ...................................................................................... 17
Table 3-3 Interfaces on ICOM2118EA-MA ......................................................................................................... 19
Table 3-4 Overall specifications of ICOM2118EA-MA ...................................................................................... 20
Table 3-5 Interfaces on ICOM2126E-MA ........................................................................................................... 21
Table 3-6 Overall specifications of ICOM2126E-MA ......................................................................................... 22
Table 3-7 Interfaces on ICOM2126EA-MA......................................................................................................... 23
Table 3-8 Overall specifications of ICOM2126EA-MA ...................................................................................... 24
Table 3-9 Interfaces on ICOM2126S-MA ............................................................................................................ 25
Table 3-10 Overall specifications of ICOM2126S-MA ....................................................................................... 26
Table 3-11 Interface usage and type of ICOM2128EA-MA ................................................................................ 27
Table 3-12 Overall specifications of ICOM2128EA-MA .................................................................................... 28
Table 3-13 Interfaces on ICOM2150-MA ............................................................................................................ 29
Table 3-14 Overall specifications of ICOM2150-MA.......................................................................................... 29
Table 3-15 Interfaces on ICOM2110A-MA-PWR ............................................................................................... 31
Table 3-16 Overall specifications of ICOM2110A-MA-PWR ............................................................................. 31
Table 3-17 Interfaces on ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR ............................................................................................. 33
Table 3-18 Overall specifications of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR .......................................................................... 34
Table 3-19 Interfaces on ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR ............................................................................................. 35
Table 3-20 Overall specifications of ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR .......................................................................... 36
Table 3-21 Interfaces on ICOM2126E-MA-PWR................................................................................................ 37
Table 3-22 Overall specifications of ICOM2126E-MA-PWR ............................................................................. 37

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Table 3-23 Interfaces on ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR ............................................................................................. 39


Table 3-24 Overall specifications of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR .......................................................................... 40
Table 3-25 Interfaces on ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR ............................................................................................. 41
Table 3-26 Overall specifications of ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR .......................................................................... 42
Table 4-1 Power-on check .................................................................................................................................... 49
Table 5-1 Safety and environment standards ........................................................................................................ 51
Table 5-2 Reliability specifications of ICOM21xx .............................................................................................. 52
Table 5-3 Atmosphere requirements for device during storage ............................................................................ 52
Table 5-4 Mechanical active substance requirements during storage ................................................................... 53
Table 5-5 Chemical active substance requirements during storage ...................................................................... 54
Table 5-6 Atmosphere requirements for device during transport ......................................................................... 54
Table 5-7 Mechanical active substance requirements during transportation. ....................................................... 55
Table 5-8 Chemical active substance requirements during transport ................................................................... 55
Table 5-9 Atmosphere requirements during operation ......................................................................................... 56
Table 5-10 Mechanical active substance requirements during operation ............................................................. 56
Table 5-11 Chemical active substance requirements during operation................................................................. 57
Table 5-12 Compliant standards and protocols .................................................................................................... 57
Table 6-1 Technical specifications of the grounding cable ................................................................................... 61
Table 6-2 Technical specifications of the OT terminal ......................................................................................... 62
Table 6-3 Technical specifications of the DC power ............................................................................................ 63
Table 6-4 AC power supply cable options ............................................................................................................ 63
Table 6-5 Specifications of the European standard AC power cable .................................................................... 64
Table 6-6 Specifications of the American standard AC power cable ................................................................... 64
Table 6-7 Technical specifications of the WP power cable .................................................................................. 65
Table 6-8 PIN definitions between the RJ45 Console interface and the RJ45 interface ...................................... 66
Table 6-9 Technical specifications of the RJ45 Console cable ............................................................................. 67
Table 6-10 Fiber connector .................................................................................................................................. 67
Table 6-11 Wiring of EIA/TIA568A and EIA/TIA568B standards ...................................................................... 69
Table 6-12 Technical specifications of the Ethernet cable ................................................................................... 69
Table 6-13 LEDs on ISCOM21xx non-PoE model .............................................................................................. 71
Table 6-14 LEDs on ISCOM21xx PoE model ..................................................................................................... 72
Table 6-15 1000BASE-X SFP optical interface parameters ................................................................................. 72
Table 6-16 100BASE-X SFP optical interface parameters ................................................................................... 73

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Table 6-17 Console interface parameters ............................................................................................................. 73


Table 6-18 100/1000BASE-T electrical interface parameters .............................................................................. 73
Table 6-19 100BASE-FX SFP optical module parameters .................................................................................. 74
Table 6-20 1000BASE-X SFP optical module parameters ................................................................................... 75

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1 Overview

Overview
This chapter describes characteristics, models, and naming conventions of the ISCOM21xx,
including the following sections:

Introduction

Characteristics

Features

Ordering information

1.1 Introduction
The carrier-grade Metropolitan Access Network (MAN) Ethernet access switch ISCOM21xx
(hereinafter referred to as the ISCOM21xx) is a network-manageable Ethernet access switch
developed by Raisecom. By adopting a high-performance Application Specific Integrated
Circuit (ASIC) chip, the ISCOM21xx can implement full-rate switching. It supports flexible
bandwidth allocation and QoS features, and is of rich interfaces and telecom-grade stability
and reliability.
Oriented for telecom-grade corridor access, suitable for campus, enterprise, and community
networks, the ISCOM21xx can aggregate services from corridors of buildings with broadband
and from a small network.
The ISCOM21xx Power over Ethernet (PoE) models, complying with IEEE 802.3af and
IEEE 802.3at standards, support supplying power to the remote Powered Device (PD). It is
compatible with non-standard PD. The PoE switch can be used to transmit services or data
from the high-power wireless Access Point (AP), monitoring camera, IC reader, and IP phone.

1.2 Characteristics
1.2.1 Reliable carrier-grade design
The ISCOM21xx provides the following carrier-grade design:

Support end-to-end QoS.

Provide high reliability.

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Provide rich network security features.

Provide comprehensive network management capabilities.

1.2.2 Complete traffic management


The ISCOM21xx provides the following traffic management methods:

Automatically detect and control broadcast storm, detect IGMP packets, thus effectively
controlling flooding of broadcast packets.

Support flow control in both half duplex and full duplex modes.

Support rate limiting with a step of 32 Kbit/s on Ethernet interfaces.

1.2.3 Standard QoS features


As more and more network applications emerge, users propose different QoS requirements on
these applications. In this case, the network is required to allocate and schedule resources for
different network applications according to user requirements.
The QoS technology can guarantee real-time performance and completeness of key services
upon network overloading or congestion, thus making the entire network run efficiently.
The ISCOM21xx supports the following traffic management technologies:

Interface trust mode, including trusting Class of Service (CoS) priority and trusting
Differentiated Services Code Point (DSCP) priority

Interface-based priority mapping, including mapping from CoS to the queue and
mapping from DSCP to the queue

8 queues, interface-based queue scheduling, SP, WRR, and SP+DRR

Traffic statistics

Port mirroring, rate limiting, and redirection of traffic

Modification of 802.1p CoS, DSCP, and IP priority

1.2.4 Rich security guarantee


The ISCOM21xx provides the following security guarantee features:

Support multiple access control and user authentication technologies, such as Access
Control List (ACL), Remote Authentication Dial In User Service (RADIUS), Terminal
Access Controller Access Control System (TACACS+), thus effectively enhancing
security of the network and the ISCOM21xx.

Provide interface isolation within a VLAN, which guarantees data security and saves
VLAN resources.

Provide unique loopback detection, which guarantees security of user data and saves
VLAN resources.

Support port security MAC.

1.2.5 Convenient operation and maintenance


The ISCOM21xx supports the following management and maintenance modes:

Provide a local Console interface for management.

Provide Telnet remote management mode.

Provide interface-based traffic statistics and statistics result for analyzing user traffic.

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Provide fault detection technologies, such as Ping and Traceroute.

Provide the NView Network Node Management (NNM) system with rich performance
monitoring, Trap, and fast fault location.

Support cluster management by using a single IP address, thus saving IP address


resources on the Internet and lowering maintenance cost.

Support port mirroring, thus allowing users to analyze network conditions.

1.2.6 Powerful PoE features


The ISCOM21xx PoE models support concurrently supplying power with all interfaces, 15.4
W on each interface, or with half or fewer interfaces, 30 W on each interface.
The PoE features are as below:

Support IEEE 802.3af and IEEE 802.3at standards. The maximum output power per
interface increases from 15.4 W to 30 W, thus able to support high-power devices, such
as the IEEE 802.11n wireless Access Point (AP), and PTZ high-end camera.

Provide strong compatibility to PDs. It supports IEEE standard PDs, pre-standard PDs,
and Cisco private protocol PDs, so it can utilize existing PDs thoroughly.

Support intelligent PoE management, including configuring interface power, configuring


power priority, enabling/disabling power supply on interfaces, configuring power
overloading protection, querying PoE network management. You can flexibly manage
PoE devices, query device status, precisely allocate power for PDs, and adjust power for
PDs.

1.2.7 Overall lightning protection


The ISCOM21xx can resist direct lightning and inductive lightning. The power modules and
Ethernet interface of the ISCOM21xx provide a 6 kV lightning protection capability, which
greatly reduces damage rate of lightning protection. In this case, the ISCOM21xx can be
deployed where outdoor cables are used or lightning occurs frequently.

1.2.8 Green and energy-saving feature


Designed and produced with RoHS standards, the ISCOM21xx can save energy by stopping
supplying power to idle interfaces and adjusting interface power. In addition, its fan can
adjust the rotational speed according to actual heat dissipation, thus lowering noise and energy,
and complying with energy-saving and emission reduction.

1.3 Features
Table 1-1 lists features of the ISCOM21xx.
Table 1-1 Features
Feature
Basic
features

Accessing
device

Description

RJ45 Console
Telnet
SSHv2
Web

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Feature
CLI
Managing users
Managing files

Basic device
information

Time
management

Interface
management
Task scheduling
Ethernet

Ethernet

MAC address

VLAN

GVRP
QinQ

Layer 2 protocol
packet
transparent
transmission

Description

English help
Hierarchical operation on CLI by user privilege
Hierarchical user management
Password protection
BootROM
System files
Configuration files
Configuring device name
Switching language
Saving/Deleting configurations
Rebooting the device
Time zone management
Time modification
DST
SNTP for time synchronization
NTP
IEEE 802.3x flow control in full duplex
Backpressure flow control in half duplex
Concurrent directional configuration

Task scheduling

Jumbo frame
Frame length of up to 2048 Bytes
DLF packet forwarding
16*1024 MAC addresses
MAC address learning
Adding or deleting static MAC addresses
Viewing and taking statistics of MAC addresses
Querying MAC addresses
MAC address limit
Setting aging time of MAC addresses to a range of
10s to 1000000s (the value 0 indicates no aging)
Interface MAC address limit
MAC address limit: 1255
VLAN (4094)
IEEE 802.1Q VLAN
Super VLAN

Up to 256 dynamic VLAN

Basic QinQ
Selective QinQ (up to 682)
Ingress VLAN mapping
Egress VLAN mapping
Adding double Tag to packets on the interface
BPDUs
IEEE 802.1x packets
LACP packets
CDP packets
VTP packets
PVST packets
UDLD packets
PAGP packets

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Feature
Spanning tree
Port mirroring

IP services

IP

DHCP

QoS

QoS

Bandwidth
management

Multicast

Multicast

Security

Security

Description

STP and MSTP


64 MSTP instances
Mirroring packets in the ingress and egress directions
of an interface
Respective configuration of ingress port mirroring
and egress port mirroring
ARP
Layer 3 interfaces (15)
Static routing and default gateway
DHCP Client
DHCP Snooping
DHCP Option 82
DHCP Relay
Trust priority (interface priority, CoS priority, and
DSCP priority)
Priority mapping (CoS to queue and DSCP to queue)
Up to 8 queues
Global queue scheduling
Queue scheduling mode (SP, WRR, and SP+WRR)
Range of WRR weight: 0255
Traffic statistics
Port mirroring
Rate limiting
Traffic redirection
VLAN mapping
IP priority, DSCP priority, and CoS priority based on
traffic
Rate limiting based on interface and VLAN
A maximum rate limit of 1000000 Kbit/s, with a step
of 32 Kbit/s
The rate on the 100 Mbit/s interface ranges from 0 to
100 Mbit/s, and the rate on the 1000 Mbit/s interface
ranges from 0 to 1 Gbit/s.
Setting burst with a maximum value of 1047 Kbytes
Rate limiting in the ingress direction of the interface.
Rate limiting in the egress direction of the interface.
Multicast entries (3840)
Static multicast group
IGMP Snooping (V1, V2, and V3)
MVR
Filtering multicast packets and discarding unknown
multicast packets
RADIUS authentication
TACACS+
PPPoE+
Interface protection
IEEE 802.1x
IP Source Guard
Dynamic ARP inspection

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Feature
Port security
MAC

ACL

Storm control

Reliability

Link
aggregation

Ethernet ring
Loopback
detection

OAM

Range of secure MAC addresses allowed to access by


the interface: 1100
Configuring interface violation mode
Adding/Removing static/sticky secure MAC
addresses on the port
Sticky secure MAC address learning
Up to 1536 ACL rules
MAC ACL
IP ACL
Customized ACL
Storm control over broadcast, multicast, and
unknown unicast packets
Global or interface storm control
Storm control over bandwidth and burst
Default bps: 64 KB
Bps range: 11048576 KB
Default burst: 8 KB
Burst range: 6130 KB
Up to 6 LAGs with 8 interfaces in each LAG
IP-based load balancing
MAC-based load balancing
Static LACP
Up to 8 rings with up to 124 devices on each ring

Automatic shutting down or restoring an interface


Configuring detection period

Interface backup

Interface backup

Failover

Interface-based failover

EFM

CFM

SLA
System
management

Description

System
management

EFM (IEEE 802.3ah)


Standard OAM discovery, link detection, remote
loopback, fault display, and performance statistics
Remote loopback
Acquiring MIB variables
Processing events
Standard OAM active mode and passive mode
Extended OAM
IEEE 802.1ag and ITU-Y.1731
Up to 256 MEPs and 256 MAs
Connectivity Check
Loopback
Linktrace

Layer 2 and Layer 3 SLA

CLI configuration
SNMP
KeepAlive
RMON (V1, V2, V3, and 9 groups of MIB)
Cluster management (RNDP, RTDP, RCMP)
LLDP
Extended OAM
Bridge MIB (RFC1493)
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Feature
Error tolerance
and redundancy
check
Maintenance

Load and
upgrade
Password
restoration
Storage
forwarding
mode

Description

Error reporting
Fast recovery from severe error

Optical module DDM


Interface statistics
Interface dynamic statistics
System log
Link status Trap
Alarm management (hierarchical alarm)
CPU monitoring
Dying Gasp alarm
Ping and Traceroute
Auto-loading
Upgrade through Xmodem/FTP for BootROM files
Upgrade through FTP/TFTP

Password restoration

Storage forwarding
12 Mbit switching cache

For details, see ISCOM21xx Configuration Guide.

1.4 Ordering information


1.4.1 Naming conventions
Figure 1-1 Naming conventions

Table 1-2 describes naming conventions of the ISCOM21xx.

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Table 1-2 Naming conventions


Domain

Indication

Value

Description

Product ID

ISCOM

It is a Raisecom ISCOM series switch.

Product
family and
interface
quantity

2110

It is one of the 21xx family. For example,


"2110" indicates that it has 10 valid
interfaces.

It is an enhanced product.

Its uplink interface is a SFP interface.

It is a simplified product.

MAN access

MA

MAN access

Major feature

PWR

PoE

N/A

Non-PoE

AC

220 VAC power

DC

-48/+24 VDC power

WP

220 VAC power or -48 VDC power

Product subseries

E
Power type
F

1.4.2 Models
The ISCOM21xx includes Power over Ethernet (PoE) switches and non-PoE switches, as
listed below.
Table 1-3 Models
Model
ISCOM2110EA-MA

Description
ISCOM2110EA-MA-AC, 220 VAC power
ISCOM2110EA-MA-DC, -48 VDC power
ISCOM2110EA-MA-WP, 220 VAC power or 48 VDC power

ISCOM2118EA-MA
NonPoE

ISCOM2118EA-MA-AC, 220 VAC power


ISCOM2118EA-MA-DC, -48 VDC power

ISCOM2126E-MA

ISCOM2126E-MA-AC, 220 VAC power


ISCOM2126E-MA-DC, -48 VDC power

ISCOM2126EA-MA

ISCOM2126EA-MA-AC, 220 VAC power


ISCOM2126EA-MA-DC, -48 VDC power

ISCOM2126S-MA

ISCOM2126EA-MA-AC, 220 VAC power

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Description
ISCOM2126EA-MA-DC, -48 VDC power

ISCOM2128EA-MA

ISCOM2128EA-MA-AC, 220 VAC power


ISCOM2128EA-MA-DC, -48 VDC power
ISCOM2128EA-MA-DC, +24 VDC power
ISCOM2128EA-MA-WP, 220 VAC power or 48 VDC power

ISCOM2150-MA

ISCOM2150-MA-AC, 220 VAC power


ISCOM2150-MA-DC, -48 VDC power

ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR

ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR-AC, Layer 2 PoE


Ethernet switch, 220 VAC power, supporting
up to 8 interfaces with 15.4 W on each interface
or up to 4 interfaces with 30 W on each
interface, supporting a maximum output power
of 124 W
ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR-DC, Layer 2 PoE
Ethernet switch, -48 VDC power, supporting up
to 8 interfaces with 15.4 W on each interface or
up to 4 interfaces with 30 W on each interface,
supporting a maximum output power of 124 W

PoE

ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR

ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR-AC, Layer 2 PoE


Ethernet switch, 220 VAC power, supporting
up to 8 interfaces with 15.4 W on each interface
or up to 4 interfaces with 30 W on each
interface, supporting a maximum output power
of 124 W

ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR

ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR-AC, Layer 2 PoE


Ethernet switch, 220 VAC power, supporting
up to 16 interfaces with 15.4 W on each
interface or up to 12 interfaces with 30 W on
each interface, supporting a maximum output
power of 370 W

ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR

ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR-AC, Layer 2 PoE


Ethernet switch, 220 VAC power, supporting
up to 24 interfaces with 15.4 W on each
interface or up to 12 interfaces with 30 W on
each interface, supporting a maximum output
power of 370 W
ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR-DC, Layer 2 PoE
Ethernet switch, -48 VDC power, supporting up
to 24 interfaces with 15.4 W on each interface
or up to 12 interfaces with 30 W on each
interface, supporting a maximum output power
of 370 W

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Model

Description

ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR

ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR-AC, Layer 2 PoE


Ethernet switch, 220 VAC power, supporting
up to 24 interfaces with 15.4 W on each
interface or up to 12 interfaces with 30 W on
each interface, supporting a maximum output
power of 370 W

ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR

ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR-AC, Layer 2 PoE


Ethernet switch, 220 VAC power, supporting
up to 24 interfaces with 15.4 W on each
interface or up to 12 interfaces with 30 W on
each interface, supporting a maximum output
power of 370 W

1.4.3 Ordering information about auxiliary parts


The ISCOM21xx should be used with the following auxiliary parts:

SFP modules

RPS power module

For details about SFP modules, see section 6.4 Lookup table for optical module parameters.
Table 1-4 lists ordering information about RPS power modules.
Table 1-4 Ordering information about RPS power modules
Model

Description

RPD0401-48S12

40 W DC power module

Input voltage range: +40 to +72 VDC


Output voltage:12 V
Output power: 40 W

RPA0401-220S12

40 W AC power module

Input voltage range: 100240 VAC


Output voltage:12 V
Output power: 40 W

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Networking applications
This chapter describes typical networking applications of the ISCOM21xx, including the
following sections:

MAN access networking

WLAN construction

Safety monitoring system

2.1 MAN access networking


As shown in Figure 2-1, the ISCOM21xx non-PoE switch provides 1000 Mbit/s uplink access
service, works as a switch for building aggregation and low-density aggregation, and provides
better network performance for users.
The networking application has the following advantages:

The ISCOM21xx supports loopback detection, prevents inner loops on the network, fits
for campus network, enterprise network, and residential users, and provides building
access to broadband residential area and small-scale network aggregation.

The ISCOM21xx has several models and rich interfaces, which facilitates you to choose.

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Figure 2-1 MAN aggregation networking

2.2 WLAN construction


On a WLAN, wireless APs can be deployed in hot spots to implement wireless high-speed
Internet access service for various users. As WLAN services grow, wireless broadband access
is accelerated, load is balanced for data service on the 2G/3G network, and load for the 2G/3G
access network is relieved.
The PoE models of the ISCOM21xx, as a 1000 Mbit/s access switch, can supply power for
wireless APs and other high-power PDs that support IEEE 802.11n, as shown in Figure 2-2.
The NNM system controls power supply on the interfaces on the PoE switch, controls poweroff or restart of wireless APs, prevent maintenance personnel from powering off or restarting
wireless APs over and over again, and improves management efficiency. In addition, the
NView NNM system can monitor and take statistics of traffic for wireless APs connected to
the PoE switch.

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Figure 2-2 WLAN construction networking

2.3 Safety monitoring system


As the economy keeps growing, safety monitoring technology plays a vital role in
maintaining social safety and protecting personnel and property safety. More and more
monitoring devices are deployed in public occasions such as residential areas, schools, and
enterprises. However, cameras are usually installed where the power cable is difficult to
install, such as corners, wayside, and doorway. Thus supplying power over Ethernet for
monitoring devices not only saves cabling and maintenance cost, but also reduces workload.
The ISCOM21xx PoE model can both supply power to PDs and collect data, as shown in
Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 Safety monitoring system

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System structure
This chapter describes appearance, interfaces, LEDs, and overall specifications, including the
following sections:

ISCOM2110EA-MA

ISCOM2118EA-MA

ISCOM2126E-MA

ISCOM2126EA-MA

ISCOM2126S-MA

ISCOM2128EA-MA

ISCOM2150-MA

ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR

ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR

ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR

ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR

ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR

ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR

3.1 ISCOM2110EA-MA
3.1.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-1, Figure 3-2, and Figure 3-3 show the rear appearance of the ISCOM2110EA-MA.

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Figure 3-1 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-AC or ISCOM2110EA-MA-WP

Figure 3-2 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-DC (+24 VDC)

Figure 3-3 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-DC (-48 VDC)

Grounding terminal

Power interface

Service downlink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Service downlink interfaces 18


(RJ45)

Service uplink interfaces 910 (Combo)

Console interface

Service uplink interface LED (LNK/ACT)

PWR and SYS LED

Rear appearance
Figure 3-4 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2110EA-MA.

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Figure 3-4 Front appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA

3.1.2 Interfaces
Table 3-1 lists the interfaces on the ISCOM2110EA-MA.
Table 3-1 Interfaces on ICOM2110EA-MA
Interface

Usage

Type

18

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

910

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

Console
interface

CONSOLE

Description
10/100BASE-TX

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Quantity
8

Combo electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.1.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-2 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2110EA-MA.
Table 3-2 Overall specifications of ICOM2110EA-MA
Parameter

Value

Dimensions

260 mm (Width) 130 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

< 10 W

Weight

< 1.2 kg

Power

AC
power

DC
power

Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 or +24 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 or +19 to +36 VDC

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Parameter
WP
power

Value

Rated voltage

220 VAC or 48 VDC

Voltage range

100240 VAC or -36 to -72 VDC

AC frequency

50/60 Hz

3.2 ISCOM2118EA-MA
3.2.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-5 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2118EA-MA.
Figure 3-5 Front appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA

Rear appearance
Figure 3-6 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2118EA-MA.
Figure 3-6 Rear appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-AC

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Figure 3-7 Rear appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-DC

Grounding terminal

Power switch

Power interface

Service downlink interfaces 116


(RJ45)

Service uplink interfaces 1718


(Combo)

Console interface

Service downlink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

PWR and SYS LED

3.2.2 Interfaces
Table 3-3 lists the interfaces on the ISCOM2118EA-MA.
Table 3-3 Interfaces on ICOM2118EA-MA
Interface

Usage

Type

116

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

1718

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

CONSOLE

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

Quantity
16

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Combo electrical
interface (RJ45)

100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.2.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-4 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2118EA-MA.

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Table 3-4 Overall specifications of ICOM2118EA-MA


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

320 mm (Width) 200 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

< 12 W

Weight

< 1.9 kg

Power

AC
power

DC
power

Rated voltage

220 VAC

Voltage range

200240 VAC

Frequency

50 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.3 ISCOM2126E-MA
3.3.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-8 and Figure 3-9 show the front appearance of the ISCOM2126E-MA.
Figure 3-8 Front appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-AC

Figure 3-9 Front appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-DC

Grounding terminal

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Power interface

Service downlink interfaces 124


(RJ45)

Service uplink interface25 to 28


(Combo)

Console interface

Service downlink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT) (LNK/ACT)

PWR and SYS LED

Rear appearance
Figure 3-10 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2126E-MA.
Figure 3-10 Rear appearance of ICOM2126E-MA

3.3.2 Interfaces
Table 3-5 lists the interfaces on the ISCOM2126E-MA.
Table 3-5 Interfaces on ICOM2126E-MA
Interface

Usage

Type

124

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

2528

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

CONSOLE

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Quantity
24

Combo electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as
PC)

3.3.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-6 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2126E-MA.

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Table 3-6 Overall specifications of ICOM2126E-MA


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 220 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

< 14 W

Weight

< 3.0 kg

Power

AC
power

DC
power

Rated voltage

220 VAC

Voltage range

200240 VAC

Frequency

50 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.4 ISCOM2126EA-MA
3.4.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-11 and Figure 3-12 show the front appearance of the ISCOM2126EA-MA.
Figure 3-11 Front appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-AC

Figure 3-12 Front appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-DC

Grounding terminal

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Power interface

Service downlink interfaces 124


(RJ45)

Service uplink interface25 to 26


(Combo)

Console interface

Service downlink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT) (LNK/ACT)

PWR and SYS LED

Rear appearance
Figure 3-13 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2126EA-MA.
Figure 3-13 Rear appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA

3.4.2 Interfaces
Table 3-7 lists the interfaces on the ISCOM2126EA-MA.
Table 3-7 Interfaces on ICOM2126EA-MA
Interface

Usage

Type

124

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

2528

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

CONSOLE

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Quantity
24

Combo electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as
PC)

3.4.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-8 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2126EA-MA.

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Table 3-8 Overall specifications of ICOM2126EA-MA


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 220 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

< 14 W

Weight

< 3.0 kg

Power

AC
power

DC
power

Rated voltage

220 VAC

Voltage range

200240 VAC

Frequency

50 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.5 ISCOM2126S-MA
3.5.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-14 and Figure 3-15 show the front appearance of the ISCOM2126S-MA.
Figure 3-14 Front appearance of ICOM2126S-MA-AC

Figure 3-15 Front appearance of ICOM2126S-MA-DC

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Power interface

Service downlink interfaces 124


(RJ45)

Service uplink interfaces 2526


(Combo)

Console interface

Service downlink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

PWR and SYS LED

Rear appearance
Figure 3-16 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2126S-MA.
Figure 3-16 Rear appearance of ICOM2126S-MA

3.5.2 Interfaces
Table 3-9 lists the interfaces on the ISCOM2126S-MA.
Table 3-9 Interfaces on ICOM2126S-MA
Interface

Usage

Type

124

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

2528

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

CONSOLE

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Quantity
24

Combo
electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.5.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-10 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2126S-MA.

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Table 3-10 Overall specifications of ICOM2126S-MA


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 220 mm (Depth)


43.6 mm (Height)

Power consumption

< 14 W

Weight

< 3.0 kg

Power

AC power

DC power

Rated voltage

220 VAC

Voltage range

200240 VAC

Frequency

50 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.6 ISCOM2128EA-MA
3.6.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-17 and Figure 3-18 show the front appearance of the ISCOM2128EA-MA.
Figure 3-17 Front appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-AC

Figure 3-18 Front appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-DC

Grounding terminal

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Service downlink interfaces 124


(RJ45)

Service uplink interfaces 2528


(Combo)

Console interface

Service downlink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

PWR and SYS LED

Power interface

Rear appearance
Figure 3-19 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2128EA-MA.
Figure 3-19 Rear appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA

3.6.2 Interfaces
Table 3-11 shows the interface usage and type of the ISCOM2128EA-MA.
Table 3-11 Interface usage and type of ICOM2128EA-MA
Interface

Usage

Type

124

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

2528

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

CONSOLE

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Quantity
24

Combo
electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.6.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-12 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2128EA-MA.

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Table 3-12 Overall specifications of ICOM2128EA-MA


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 220 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

< 14 W

Weight

< 3.0 kg

Power

AC
power

DC
power

Rated voltage

220 VAC

Voltage range

200240 VAC

Frequency

50 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.7 ISCOM2150-MA
3.7.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-20 show the front appearance of the ISCOM2150-MA.
Figure 3-20 Front appearance of ICOM2150-MA

Service downlink interfaces 148


(RJ45)

Service uplink interfaces 4950 (SFP)

Console interface

Service uplink interface LED

SYS and PWR LED

Rear appearance
Figure 3-21 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2150-MA.

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Figure 3-21 Rear appearance of ICOM2150-MA

1 Grounding terminal

Power interface

3 Power switch

3.7.2 Interfaces
Table 3-13 lists interfaces on the ISCOM2150-MA.
Table 3-13 Interfaces on ICOM2150-MA
Interface

Usage

Type

Description

Quantity

148

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

10/100BASE-TX

48

4950

Service uplink
interface

SFP

1000BASE-X

CONSOLE

Console
interface

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.7.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-14 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2150-MA.
Table 3-14 Overall specifications of ICOM2150-MA
Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 300 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

< 22 W

Weight

< 3.0 kg

Power

AC
power

Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

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Parameter
DC
power

Value

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.8 ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR
3.8.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-22 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-22 Front appearance of ICOM2110A-MA-PWR-AC

Power interface

Power switch

Service downlink interfaces (18) and


LED (LNK/ACT and POE)

Service uplink interfaces 910


(Combo)

Console interface

SYS and PWR LED

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Rear appearance
Figure 3-23 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR.

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Figure 3-23 Rear appearance of ICOM2110A-MA-PWR

1 Grounding terminal

3.8.2 Interfaces
Table 3-13 lists interfaces on the ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR.
Table 3-15 Interfaces on ICOM2110A-MA-PWR
Interface
18

910

CONSOLE

Usage

Type

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

Quantity
8

PoE power interface

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Combo
electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.8.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-14 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2110A-MA-PWR.
Table 3-16 Overall specifications of ICOM2110A-MA-PWR
Parameter
Dimensions

Value
300 mm (Width) 220 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm
(Height)

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Parameter
Power consumption

Value
The maximum power consumption of integrated
machine is smaller than 150 W.
The downlink interface can supply power through
PoE to the remote PD. Each interface outputs a
maximum power of 30 W. The ISCOM2110EA-MAPWR supports up to 8 interfaces with 15.4 W output
power on each interface, or 4 interfaces with 30 W
output power on each interface, 124 W in total.

Weight
Power

< 2.5 kg
AC
power

Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

3.9 ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR
3.9.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-24 and Figure 3-25 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-24 Front appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR-AC

Figure 3-25 Front appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR-DC

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Power interface

Power switch

Service downlink interfaces (18) and


LED (LNK/ACT and POE)

Service uplink interfaces 910


(Combo)

Console interface

SYS and PWR LED

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

Rear appearance
Figure 3-26 of the rear appearance of the ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-26 Rear appearance of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR

1 Grounding terminal

3.9.2 Interfaces
Table 3-17 lists interfaces on the ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR.
Table 3-17 Interfaces on ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR
Interface
18

910

CONSOLE

Usage

Type

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

Quantity
8

PoE power interface

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Combo
electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

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3.9.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-18 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2110EA-MA-PWR.
Table 3-18 Overall specifications of ICOM2110EA-MA-PWR
Parameter

Value

Dimensions

300 mm (Width) 220 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

The maximum power consumption of integrated


machine is smaller than 150 W.
The downlink interface can supply power through
PoE to the remote PD. Each interface outputs a
maximum power of 30 W. The ISCOM2110A-MAPWR supports up to 8 interfaces with 15.4 W output
power on each interface, or 4 interfaces with 30 W
output power on each interface, 124 W in total.

Weight
Power

< 2.5 kg
AC
power

DC
power

Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.10 ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR
3.10.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-27 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-27 Front appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR

Service downlink interfaces (116) and


LED (LNK/ACT and POE)

Service uplink interfaces 1718


(Combo)

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Console interface

Service uplink interface LED


(LNK/ACT)

SYS and PWR LED

Rear appearance
Figure 3-28 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-28 Rear appearance of ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR-AC

Grounding terminal

Power switch

Power interface

3.10.2 Interfaces
Table 3-19 lists interfaces on the ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR.
Table 3-19 Interfaces on ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR
Interface
116

1718

CONSOLE

Usage

Type

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

Quantity
16

PoE power interface

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Combo
electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.10.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-20 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR.

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Table 3-20 Overall specifications of ICOM2118EA-MA-PWR


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 300 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

The maximum power consumption of integrated


machine is smaller than 440 W.
The downlink interface can supply power through PoE
to the remote PD. Each interface outputs a maximum
power of 30 W. The ISCOM2118EA-MA-PWR
supports up to 16 interfaces with 15.4 W output power
on each interface, or 12 interfaces with 30 W output
power on each interface, 370 W in total.

Weight
Power

< 4.8 kg
Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

3.11 ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR
3.11.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-29 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-29 Front appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-PWR

Service downlink interfaces (124) and


LED (LNK/ACT and POE)

Service uplink interfaces 2526


(Combo)

Console interface

PWR and SYS LED

Service uplink interface LED (LNK/ACT)

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Rear appearance
Figure 3-30 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-30 Rear appearance of ICOM2126E-MA-PWR

Grounding terminal

Power switch

Power interface

3.11.2 Interfaces
Table 3-21 lists interfaces on the ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR.
Table 3-21 Interfaces on ICOM2126E-MA-PWR
Interface
124

2526

CONSOLE

Usage

Type

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

Quantity
24

PoE power interface

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Combo electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.11.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-22 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR.
Table 3-22 Overall specifications of ICOM2126E-MA-PWR
Parameter
Dimensions

Value
440 mm (Width) 300 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm
(Height)

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Parameter
Power consumption

Value
The maximum power consumption of integrated
machine is smaller than 440 W.
The downlink interface can supply power through PoE
to the remote PD. Each interface outputs a maximum
power of 30 W. The ISCOM2126E-MA-PWR supports
up to 24 interfaces with 15.4 W output power on each
interface, or 12 interfaces with 30 W output power on
each interface, 370 W in total.

Weight
Power

< 4.8 kg
Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

3.12 ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR
3.12.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-31 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-31 Front appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR

Service downlink interfaces (124)

Service uplink interfaces 2528 (Combo)

Console interface

Interface LNK/ACT, PoE

PoE, SYS, and PWR LEDs

Mode switching button

Rear appearance
Figure 3-32 and Figure 3-33 show the rear appearance of the ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR.

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Figure 3-32 Rear appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR-AC

Figure 3-33 Rear appearance of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR-DC

Grounding terminal

Power switch

Power interface

3.12.2 Interfaces
Table 3-23 lists interfaces on the ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR.
Table 3-23 Interfaces on ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR
Interface
124

2528

CONSOLE

Usage

Type

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

Quantity
24

PoE power interface

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Combo
electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.12.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-24 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR.

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Table 3-24 Overall specifications of ICOM2126EA-MA-PWR


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 300 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

The maximum power consumption of integrated


machine is smaller than 440 W.
The downlink interface can supply power
through PoE to the remote PD. Each interface
outputs a maximum power of 30 W. The
ISCOM2126EA-MA-PWR supports up to 24
interfaces with 15.4 W output power on each
interface, or 12 interfaces with 30 W output
power on each interface, 370 W in total.

Weight
Power

< 4.8 kg
AC
power

DC
power

Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

Rated voltage

-48 VDC

Voltage range

-36 to -72 VDC

3.13 ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR
3.13.1 Appearance
Front appearance
Figure 3-34 shows the front appearance of the ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-34 Front appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR

1
3

Service downlink interfaces (124)


Console interface

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(Combo)
Interface LNK/ACT and PoE
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PoE, SYS, and PWR LED

Mode switching button

Rear appearance
Figure 3-35 shows the rear appearance of the ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR.
Figure 3-35 Rear appearance of ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR

Grounding terminal

Power interface

Power switch

3.13.2 Interfaces
Table 3-25 lists interfaces on the ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR.
Table 3-25 Interfaces on ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR
Interface
124

2528

CONSOLE

Usage

Type

Service
downlink
interface

RJ45

Service uplink
interface

Combo optical
interface (SFP)

Console
interface

Description
10/100BASE-TX

Quantity
24

PoE power interface

1000BASE-X
100BASE-FX

Combo
electrical
interface (RJ45)

10/100/1000BASE-T

RJ45

Connected to the
maintenance console
through the Console
interface (such as PC)

3.13.3 Overall specifications


Table 3-26 lists overall specifications of the ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR.

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Table 3-26 Overall specifications of ICOM2128EA-MA-PWR


Parameter

Value

Dimensions

440 mm (Width) 300 mm (Depth) 43.6 mm


(Height)

Power consumption

The maximum power consumption of integrated


machine is smaller than 440 W.
The downlink interface can supply power through PoE
to the remote PD. Each interface outputs a maximum
power of 30 W. The ISCOM2128EA-MA-PWR
supports up to 24 interfaces with 15.4 W output power
on each interface, or 12 interfaces with 30 W output
power on each interface, 370 W in total.

Weight
Power

< 4.8 kg
Rated voltage

110/220 VAC

Voltage range

100240 VAC

Frequency

50/60 Hz

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Device installation
This chapter describes how to install the ISCOM21xx, including the following sections:

Installing hardware

Installing software

4.1 Installing hardware


The ISCOM21xx adopts a cartridge structure. It can be easily installed in the following
scenarios of a telecom equipment room:

ETSI 300-mm cabinet

19-inch 450-mm cabinet

19-inch 600-mm cabinet

Open rack

Workbench

4.1.1 Preparing for installation


Environment conditions
The environment where the ISCOM21xx is to be installed should meet the conditions
described in section 5.4.3 Operation environment.

Power supply conditions


For details, see overall specifications of each model.

Grounding conditions
The ISCOM21xx should adopt joint grounding mode, and the grounding resistance should be
below 1 . Well grounding is the first guarantee to lightning protection and anti-interference.

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4.1.2 Installing device

The installation mode for the ISCOM21xx is identical. The following installation takes
the ISCOM2118EA-MA with hybrid power input for example.

Installing device to rack


The ISCOM21xx supports being installed on the rack, with steps as below:
Step 1 Ensure that the rack is stable.
Step 2 Install two customized brackets on the two sides of the ISCOM21xx respectively, and fix
them with screws, as shown in Figure 4-1.
Figure 4-1 Installing brackets

Step 3 Install floating nuts on the rack, as shown in Figure 4-2. The distance between two floating
nuts should be the same with that between two brackets.
Figure 4-2 Installing floating nuts

Step 4 Use screws to install guide rails horizontally on the rack, as shown in Figure 4-3.

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Figure 4-3 Installing guide rails

Step 5 Push the ISCOM21xx to the rack along the guide rail, and fix it with screws, as shown in
Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-4 Installing device horizontally on rack

Installing device on workbench


The ISCOM21xx supports being installed on a workbench, with steps as below:
Step 1 Paste four foot pads onto the bottom of the ISCOM21xx, as shown in Figure 4-5.
Figure 4-5 Pasting foot pads

Step 2 Lay the device stably on the workbench, as shown in Figure 4-6.

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Figure 4-6 Installing device on workbench

Laying heavy objects or coverings on the ISCOM21xx is prohibited.

4.1.3 Connecting cables


Connecting grounding cable

Connecting the grounding cable properly is an important guarantee to lightning


protection, shock proof, and anti-interference. When installing and using the device,
ensure that the grounding cable is properly connected; otherwise, personnel injury or
equipment damage may be caused.
Install the grounding cable as below:
Step 1 Unscrew grounding terminal counterclockwise, and remove the screws and shims.
Step 2 Sheathe protective grounding cable terminal and shims to the screws.
Step 3 Reinstall the screw to the grounding terminal, and tighten the screws clockwise, as shown in
Figure 4-7.
Figure 4-7 Connecting grounding cable

Installing DC power cable


Install the DC power cable as below:
Step 1 Ensure that the ISCOM21xx is well grounded.

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Step 2 Remove the cover over of the fence terminal, unfasten screws anti-clockwise, and plug the
DC power cable.
Step 3 Fasten screws clockwise to fix the fence terminal, as shown in Figure 4-8.
Figure 4-8 Connecting DC power cable

Step 4 Connect the power plug of the DC power cable to the power sourcing equipment in the
equipment room.

Connecting AC power cable


Install the AC power cable as below:
Step 1 Ensure that the ISCOM21xx is well grounded.
Step 2 Insert the receptacle connector of the AC power cable into the AC power interface on the rear
panel tightly. Insert the power plug of the AC power cable into the AC power socket of the
power sourcing equipment, as shown in Figure 4-9.
Figure 4-9 Connecting AC power cable

Connecting Console cable


Install the Console cable as below:
Step 1 Insert the RJ45 connector of the Console cable into the Console interface on the ISCOM21xx,
as shown in Figure 4-10.
Step 2 Insert the other end of the Console cable into the RS-232 serial interface on a PC (or
maintenance terminal).

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Figure 4-10 Connecting Console cable

Connecting fiber

There is invisible laser inside the ISCOM21xx and it harms eyes. Do not directly stare
into the optical interface, fiber connector, or breakage of fiber.
Connect fiber as below:
Step 1 Remove the dustproof cover from the SFP optical interface and SFP optical module, and
insert the SFP optical module into the optical interface on the ISCOM21xx, as shown in
Figure 4-11.
Figure 4-11 Inserting SFP optical module

Step 2 Remove the dustproof cover from the LC/PC fiber, align the fiber with the SFP optical
interface, and insert the fiber slightly into the SFP optical interface, as shown in Figure 4-12
Figure 4-12 Connecting fiber

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When the optical interface is idle, cover it with the dustproof cover to prevent dust
and dirt from entering it and causing the ISCOM21xx to work improperly.

Connecting Ethernet cable


Connect the Ethernet cable as below:
Step 1 Choose a proper length for the Ethernet cable according to cabling path, and make an Ethernet
cable accordingly.
Step 2 Insert the RJ45 connector of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet interface of the ISCOM21xx,
and insert the other RJ45 connector of the Ethernet cable into the Ethernet interface of the
peer device, as shown in Figure 4-13.
Figure 4-13 Connecting Ethernet cable

4.1.4 Power-on check


After hardware installation is complete, conduct power-on check, as listed in Table 4-1.
Table 4-1 Power-on check
Item

Requirements

Checking
AC power
and DC
power
modules

Use a multimeter to measure the DC power, and the voltage should be


between -36 VDC and -72 VDC.

Use a multimeter to measure the AC power, and the voltage should be


between 176 VDC and 264 VDC.

The fume capacity of a power module should be large enough to support


the ISCOM21xx to run in the maximum power.

Checking
components

Power on the ISCOM21xx, and observe each LED to check working status
of each component. The LNK/ACT LED should be Green. A service
interface not plugged with a cable should be Off.

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Item
Checking
optical
power

Requirements

Use an optical power meter to measure the Tx power of an installed SFP


module, and set the value to P1. Compare P1 with specifications of the
SFP optical module, and check whether the SFP optical module works
properly.

Use the optical power meter to measure the power of fiber connected to
the other side of the ODF, and set the value to P2. If the difference of P2
from P1 is smaller than 1 dB, it indicates that the fiber is properly
connected.

4.2 Installing software


The ISCOM21xx is installed with all necessary software before delivery so that it can be
powered on immediately after hardware installation is complete.
You can upgrade software of the ISCOM21xx. For details, see ISCOM21xx Configuration
Guide.
For details about installation and operations about the NView NNM network management
software, see NView NNM related manual.

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Compliant standards and protocols


This chapter describes compliant standards and protocols for the ISCOM21xx, including the
following sections:

Safety and environment standards

Laser security class

Reliability specifications

Environmental requirements

Compliant standards and protocols

5.1 Safety and environment standards


The ISCOM21xx complies with the following safety and environment standards, as listed in
Table 5-1.
Table 5-1 Safety and environment standards
Item
Safety

Environment
EMC

Structure
Protection

Requirements

EN 60950
IEC 60825
IEC 60950-1999
UL 1950
UL 60950
ETS 300 019-1-3

ETSI EN 300 386 V1.2.1


EN55022
EN55024
EMI CLASS A
ESD: 15 kV for air static power, and 8 kV for contact power
ETS 300 119

GR-1089-CORE
ITU-T K.20

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5.2 Laser security class


According to the Tx power of Laser, the ISCOM21xx laser belongs to Class 1 in security
class.
In Class 1, the maximum Tx power on the optical interface is smaller than 10 dBm (10 mW).

The laser inside fiber may hurt your eyes. Do not stare into the optical interface
directly during installation and maintenance.

5.3 Reliability specifications


Table 5-2 lists reliability specifications of the ISCOM21xx.
Table 5-2 Reliability specifications of ICOM21xx
Specifications

Requirements

System availability

99.999%. The annual failure time for the


ISCOM21xx should be no longer than 5 minutes.

Annually system mean repair rate

< 1.5%

MTTR

< 2 hours

MTBF

100000 hours

5.4 Environmental requirements


The ISCOM21xx complies with the following environmental requirements:

NEBS GR-63-CORE: Network Equipment-Building System (NEBS) Requirements:


Physical Protection

European Telecommunication Standards Institute (ETSI) EN 300 019

5.4.1 Storage environment


Atmosphere environment
Table 5-3 lists atmosphere requirements for the ISCOM21xx during storage.
Table 5-3 Atmosphere requirements for device during storage
Item
Air pressure (kPa)

Value
86106

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Item
Temperature
(C)

Value

Operating temperature

050

Storage temperature

-25 to +60 (indoor)

Relative humidity

10%90%

Environment certification

Meeting European RoHS

Noise

5563 dB (A) in the CO or corridor

Waterproof environment
Keeping the ISCOM21xx indoor is recommended with the following requirements:

No hydrops in the room

No water dropping above

Away from any water leakage area, such as the automatical fire facility or central heating
facility

If the ISCOM21xx is kept outdoor, ensure the following four prerequisites:

The package box is intact.

Rainproof measures are taken that rain will not leak into the package box.

No hydrops is round the package box.

The package box is not directly in the sun.

Biotic environment
Keep the ISCOM21xx away from:

Reproduction of fungus and mould

Existence of rodent animals such as rats

Air cleanliness
No explosive, conductive, magnetic, and corrosive dust is around the ISCOM21xx during
storage.
Table 5-4 lists mechanical active substance requirements for the ISCOM21xx during storage.
Table 5-4 Mechanical active substance requirements during storage
Mechanical active substance

Value

Floating dust (mg/m)

5.00

Droppable dust (mg/m


h)

20.0

Grit (mg/m)

300

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Table 5-5 lists chemical active substance requirements for the ISCOM21xx during storage.
Table 5-5 Chemical active substance requirements during storage
Chemical active substance

Value

Sulfur dioxide SO2 (mg/m)

0.30

Hydrogen sulfide H2S (mg/m)

0.10

Nitrogen dioxide NO2 (mg/m)

0.50

Ammonia NH3 (mg/m)

1.00

Chlorine Cl2 (mg/m)

0.10

Chlorhydric acid HCl (mg/m)

0.10

Hydrofluoric acid HF (mg/m)

0.01

Ozone O3 (mg/m)

0.05

5.4.2 Transport environment


Atmosphere environment
Table 5-6 lists atmosphere requirements for the ISCOM21xx during transport.
Table 5-6 Atmosphere requirements for device during transport
Item

Value

Air pressure (kPa)

86106

Temperature (C)

-25 to +60

Temperature change rate (C/min)

Relative humidity

10%90%

Solar radiation (W/s)

1120

Thermal radiation (W/s)

600

Wind speed (m/s)

20

Waterproof environment
When transporting the ISCOM21xx, ensure the following prerequisites

The package box is intact.

Rainproof measures are taken that rain will not leak into the package box.

No hydrops is inside the transport vehicle.

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Biotic environment
Keep the ISCOM21xx away from:

Reproduction of fungus and mould

Existence of rodent animals such as rats

Air cleanliness
No explosive, conductive, magnetic, and corrosive dust is around the ISCOM21xx during
transportation.
Table 5-7 lists mechanical active substance requirements for the ISCOM21xx during
transportation.
Table 5-7 Mechanical active substance requirements during transportation.
Mechanical active substance

Value

Floating dust (mg/m)

Unlimited

Droppable dust (mg/m


h)

3.0

Grit (mg/m)

100

Table 5-8 lists chemical active substance requirements for the ISCOM21xx during transport.
Table 5-8 Chemical active substance requirements during transport
Chemical active substance

Value

Sulfur dioxide SO2 (mg/m)

0.30

Hydrogen sulfide H2S (mg/m)

0.10

Nitrogen dioxide NO2 (mg/m)

0.50

Ammonia NH3 (mg/m)

1.00

Chlorine Cl2 (mg/m)

0.10

Chlorhydric acid HCl (mg/m)

0.10

Hydrofluoric acid HF (mg/m)

0.01

Ozone O3 (mg/m)

0.05

5.4.3 Operation environment


Atmosphere environment
Table 5-9 lists atmosphere requirements for the ISCOM21xx during operation.

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The temperature and humidity referred to are measured 1.5 m above or 0.4 m in front
of the ISCOM21xx.
Table 5-9 Atmosphere requirements during operation
Item

Value

Air pressure (kPa)

86106

Temperature (C)

050

Operating humidity

10%90% RH (non-condensing)

Temperature change rate (C/min)

0.5

Solar radiation (W/s)

700

Heat radiation (W/s)

600

Wind speed (m/s)

Biotic environment
Keep the ISCOM21xx away from:

Reproduction of fungus and mould

Existence of rodent animals such as rats

Air cleanliness
No explosive, conductive, magnetic, and corrosive dust is around the ISCOM21xx during
transportation.
Table 5-10 lists mechanical active substance requirements for the ISCOM21xx during
operation.
Table 5-10 Mechanical active substance requirements during operation
Mechanical active substance

Value

Number of dust grains (/m)

3 105

Floating dust (mg/m)

0.2

Droppable dust (mg/m


h)

15

Grit (mg/m)

100

Table 5-11 lists chemical active substance requirements for the ISCOM21xx during operation.

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Table 5-11 Chemical active substance requirements during operation


Chemical active substance

Value

Sulfur dioxide SO2 (mg/m)

0.30

Hydrogen sulfide H2S (mg/m)

0.10

Ammonia NH3 (mg/m)

3.00

Chlorine Cl2 (mg/m)

0.10

Chlorhydric acid HCl (mg/m)

0.10

Hydrofluoric acid HF (mg/m)

0.01

Ozone O3 (mg/m)

0.05

5.5 Compliant standards and protocols


Table 5-12 lists standards and protocols complied with by the ISCOM21xx.
Table 5-12 Compliant standards and protocols
Standard

Description

IEEE
IEEE 802.1D2004 Part 3

Media Access Control (MAC) Bridges

IEEE 802.1Q2005

Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks - Virtual


Bridged Local Area Networks

IEEE 802.1v

VLAN Classification by Protocol and Port

IEEE 802.1P

LAN Layer 2 QoS/CoS Protocol for Traffic Prioritization

IEEE 802.1ad

Provider Bridges (QinQ)

IEEE 802.1u-2001

802.1Q Maintenance

IEEE 802.1x

Port-based Network Access Control

IEEE 802.1w

Rapid Reconfiguration of Spanning Tree

IEEE 802.1s

MSTP(Multiple Spanning Trees)

IEEE 802.1ae

MAC Security

IEEE 802.1ag

Virtual Bridged Local Area Networks Amendment 5: Connectivity


Fault Management

IEEE 802.1ab

Station and Media Access Control Connectivity Discovery Revision

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Standard

Description

IEEE 802.3 - 2008

Part 3:Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision


Detection(CSMA/CD) Access Method and Physical Layer
Specifications

IEEE 802.3u

Definition of Fast Ethernet (100BTX, 100BT4, 100BFX)

IEEE 802.3ab

1000BASE-T

IEEE 802.3z

Gigabit Ethernet

IEEE 802.3ad

Link Aggregation

IEEE 802.3ah

Ethernet in the First Mile

IEEE 802.3x

Flow Control

IEEE 802.3af

DTE Power via MDI(15.4W)

IEEE 802.3at

DTE Power Enhancements(30W)

IEEE 802.3ac

VLAN TAG

ITU-T
ITU-T Y.1731

OAM Functions and Mechanisms for Ethernet based networks

G.8031

Ethernet linear protection switching

ITU-T G.8261

Timing and Synchronization Aspects in Packet Networks

ITU-T G.8262

Timing Characteristics of Synchronous Ethernet Equipment Slave


Clock(EEC)

ITU-T G.8264

Distribution of timing information through packet networks


Amendment 1: Use of synchronous Ethernet in a multi-operator
context

MEF
MEF9

Abstract Test Suite for Ethernet Services at the UNI

MEF14

Abstract Test Suite for Traffic Management Phase 1

RFC
RFC768

UDP

RFC0783

The TFTP Protocol (Revision 2)

RFC0791

IP

RFC0792

ICMP

RFC0793

TCP

RFC0826

ARP

RFC0854

Telnet

RFC0894

Standard for transmitting IP packet on Ethernet

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Standard

Description

RFC2236

IGMP v2

RFC1155

Structure and identifier of the Internet management information


based on TCP/IP

RFC1157

Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP)

RFC1213

Management information Base for Network Management of


TCP/IP-based internets: MIB-II

RFC1493

Bridge MIB

RFC1643

Definitions of Managed Objects for the Ethernet-like Interface


Types

RFC1757

Remote Network Monitoring Management Information Base

RFC1907

Management Information Base for Version 2 of the Simple Network


Management Protocol (SNMPv2)

RFC2131

DHCP Relay

RFC2236

Internet Group Management Protocol, Version 2 Internet

RFC2613

Remote Network Monitoring MIB Extensions for Switched


Networks

RFC2652

Ethernet Interface MIB

RFC2819

Remote Network Monitoring

RFC1027

Using ARP to implement transparent subnet gateways (ARP Proxy)

Internet-Draft

Virtual Broadband Access Server Protocol for communicating


between BAS and IP-DSLAM (draft-abel-vbas-01.txt)

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Appendix
The appendix provides references for you, including the following sections:

Cables

LEDs

Lookup table for interface parameters

Lookup table for optical module parameters

Terms

Acronyms and abbreviations

6.1 Cables
6.1.1 Grounding cable

Connecting the grounding cable properly is an important guarantee to lightning


protection, shock proof, and anti-interference. When installing and using the device,
ensure that the grounding cable is properly connected; otherwise, personnel injury or
equipment damage may be caused.

Introduction
The grounding cable is used to connect the ISCOM21xx to the ground.

Appearance
The grounding cable for the ISCOM21xx is composed of grounding terminals and the coaxial
cable. The wiring terminal is usually an OT bare-pressed terminal. The coaxial cable is
yellow/green copper burn-resistant cable. Figure 6-1 and Figure 6-2 show the grounding cable
and OT terminal.

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Figure 6-1 Grounding cable

1 Conductive wire

Stripped end (connected to the OT terminal)

3 Insulating sheath

OT terminal

Figure 6-2 OT terminal

1 Lug inner radius

2 Sheath inner radius

3 Thickness of soldering lug

Technical specifications
Table 6-1 lists technical specifications of the grounding cable.
Table 6-1 Technical specifications of the grounding cable
Parameter

Description

Model (recommended)

PIL-grounding cable-4-D. The letter D indicates the cable


length and is customized. For example, the customer requires
a 2-m cable, and you can name the cable PIL-grounding
cable-4-2m.

Standard

Comply with the UL standard and meet RoHS requirements.

Conducting wire

Yellow-green multi-strand copper-core conductive wire (1.25


mm2)
Electronic wire UL1007 or UL1005 is used.

Stripped end

10 mm length and plated with tin

Insulation sheath

3.5/1.75 black heat-shrink tubing. It is a 20 mm plastic tube


which shrinks when heated.

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Parameter

Description

Welding technology

The conductive wire and OT terminals adopt solderless


pressed connection.

Error in length of
conductive wire

5 mm

Table 6-2 lists technical specifications of the OT terminal.


Table 6-2 Technical specifications of the OT terminal
Parameter

Description

Model

Protection grounding round pressed terminal (M4)

Compliant standard

JB2436-78

Specifications

4.3 soldering terminal


The terminal inner radius is 4 mm. The terminal outer radius
is not greater than 8 mm. The sheath inner radius is 2.1 mm.
The thickness of the soldering terminal is greater than or
equal to 0.6 mm.

Intersecting area of the


wire

1715AWG (1.21.5 mm2)

The ISCOM21xx is delivered without the grounding cable. You need to prepare or
make grounding cables on site if needed.
The grounding cable cannot be longer than 30 m and should be as short as
possible; otherwise, a grounding bar should be used.

6.1.2 DC power cable


Introduction
The DC power cable supplies -48 VDC power from the power souring equipment to the
power interface of the ISCOM21xx, and then transmits power to the entire device.

Appearance
Figure 6-3 shows the DC power cable.
Figure 6-3 DC power cable

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Technical specifications
Table 6-3 shows technical specifications of the DC power.
Table 6-3 Technical specifications of the DC power
Item

Description

Name

POL-DC-U-shaped terminal/stripped-0.75mm2-1.5m

Color

Red (+VIN) and black (-VIN)

Stripped

Stripped end 10mm tinning

U-shape terminal

22-16KT soldering lug

Inner conductor wire gauge

18 AWG

Inner conductor sectional area

20.75 mm2

Length

1.5 m

6.1.3 AC power cable


Introduction
The AC power cable supplies 220 VAC power from the power souring equipment to the
power interface of the ISCOM21xx, and then transmits power to the entire device.
The AC power cables of the ISCOM21xx are different according to local standards, as listed
in Table 6-4.
Table 6-4 AC power supply cable options
Regional standard

Cable

Europe

French mode-3-pin-10A/250V-1.5m/RoHS

America

American standard-3-pin-10A/250V-1.5m/RoHS

Raisecom provides standard cables used in countries such as Brazil. Contact


Raisecom technical support if necessary.

Appearance
Figure 6-4 shows the European standard AC cable.

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Figure 6-4 European standard AC cable

Figure 6-5 shows the American standard AC cable.


Figure 6-5 American standard AC cable

Technical specifications
Table 6-5 lists specifications of the European standard AC power cable.
Table 6-5 Specifications of the European standard AC power cable
Parameter

Description

Name

European standard French mode-3-pin-10A/250V-1.5m/RoHS

Connector

European standard French mode-3-pin plug, IEC60320-C13 receptacle

Type

Copper core multi-strand power supply cable 18AWG (0.75 mm2)

Length

1.5 m

Table 6-6 lists specifications of the American standard AC power cable.


Table 6-6 Specifications of the American standard AC power cable
Parameter

Description

Name

American standard 3-pin-10A/250V-1.5m/RoHS

Connector

American standard 3-pin plug NEMA5-15, IEC60320-C13 receptacle

Type

Copper core multi-strand power supply cable 18AWG (0.75 mm2)

Length

1.5 m

6.1.4 WP power cable


Introduction
The WP power cable transmits -48 VDC or 220 VAC power to the power interface of the
ISCOM21xx, and supplies power for the whole device.

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Appearance
The WP power is composed of the DC connector and the coaxial cable, as shown in Figure 66.
Figure 6-6 WP power cable

Technical specifications
Table 6-7 lists technical specifications of the WP power cable.
Table 6-7 Technical specifications of the WP power cable
Parameter

Description

Name

RC511-4FE-AC/DC WP power external cable-1.5m

Connector

DC power pressed U-shape terminal (M4)/RoHS, IEC60320-C13 receptacle

Type

Copper core multi-strand power supply cable 16AWG (1.3 mm2)

Length

1.5 m

6.1.5 Console cable


Introduction
The Console cable is used to connect the Console interface and the maintenance console (such
as PC) and transmit configuration data. The maintenance console implements local debugging
and maintenance through the Console interface.
The ISCOM21xx provides the RJ45 Console interface.

Appearance
Figure 6-7 shows the appearance and connection mode of the RJ45 Console interface.

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Figure 6-7 Appearance and connection mode of the RJ45 Console interface

Technical specifications
The RJ45 Console cable connects the switch and the console, with PIN definitions as listed in
Table 6-8.
Table 6-8 PIN definitions between the RJ45 Console interface and the RJ45 interface
PIN

PIN functions
Switch (RJ45)

Console (DB9)

PIN 1

NC

DCD

PIN 2

NC

RxD

PIN 3

RxD

TxD

PIN 4

GND

DTR

PIN 5

GND

GND

PIN 6

TxD

DSR

PIN 7

NC

RTS

PIN 8

NC

CTS

PIN 9

RI

Figure 6-8 shows the connection mode of the RJ45 Console interface of the switch and the
Console interface of the console.

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Figure 6-8 Connection mode of the RJ45 Console interface and the Console interface

Technical specifications
Table 6-9 lists technical specifications of the RJ45 Console cable.
Table 6-9 Technical specifications of the RJ45 Console cable
Parameter

Description

Name

CBL-RS232-DB9F/RJ45-2m/RoHS

Color

White

Connector

RJ45 connector and DB9 female connector

Model

Cat 3 UTP cable

Number of cores

Length

2m

6.1.6 Fiber
Introduction
The ISCOM21xx can use the single-mode or multi-mode fiber, as listed in Table 6-10.
Table 6-10 Fiber connector
Local connector

Remote connector

LC/PC

LC/PC

Fiber
2 mm single-mode fiber
2 mm multi-mode fiber

Choose the type of fiber connector and fiber length properly as required on site.

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Appearance
Figure 6-9 shows the LC/PC fiber connector.
Figure 6-9 LC/PC fiber connector

When connecting or removing the LC/PC optical connector, align the connector with the
optical interface, and do not rotate the fiber. Note the following points:

Align the head of the fiber jumper with the optical interface and insert the optical fiber
into the interface gently.

To remove the fiber, press the latch on the connector, and pull the fiber out.

6.1.7 Ethernet cable


Introduction
For the ISCOM21xx, the Ethernet cable connects the Ethernet electrical interface and other
devices.
The Ethernet interface on the ISCOM21xx is self-adaptive to straight-through cable mode and
crossover cable mode.

Make Ethernet cables as required on site.

Appearance
Figure 6-10 shows the Ethernet cable.
Figure 6-10 Ethernet cable

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Technical specifications
The Ethernet cables have two types:

Straight-through cable: used to connect devices of different types, such as PC and switch,
switch and router.

Crossover cable: used to connect devices of the same type, such as between a PC and
another PC, between a switch and another switch, between a router and another router,
between a PC and a router (they are divided into the same group)

Table 6-11 lists the wiring of EIA/TIA568A and EIA/TIA568B standards.


Table 6-11 Wiring of EIA/TIA568A and EIA/TIA568B standards
Connector (RJ45)

EIA/TIA568A

EIA/TIA568B

PIN 1

White/Green

White/Orange

PIN 2

Green

Orange

PIN 3

White/Orange

White/Green

PIN 4

Blue

Blue

PIN 5

White/Blue

White/Blue

PIN 6

Orange

Green

PIN 7

White/Brown

White/Brown

PIN 8

Brown

Brown

Raisecom provides straight-through cables and 100 Mbit/s crossover cables which are
different in name only.
Table 6-12 lists technical specifications of the Ethernet cable.
Table 6-12 Technical specifications of the Ethernet cable
Item
Name

Description

Straight-through cable: CBL-ETH-RJ45/RJ45-D


Crossover cable: CBL-ETH-RJ45/RJ45-X-D

Connector

RJ45 crystal head

Model

Cat 5 or better UTP (UTP-5 and UTP-5e) or STP cable

Number of cores

Length

The letter D indicates the length, which is customized. For


example, if the customer requires 2-meter cables, they are named
CBL-ETH-RJ45/RJ45-2m.

Both two RJ45 connectors of the straight-through cable follow EIA/TIA568B standard wiring.
Figure 6-11 shows the wiring of the straight-through cable.

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Figure 6-11 Wiring of the straight-through cable

The wiring for 100 Mbit/s crossover cable is different from that of 1000 Mbit/s crossover
cable.
One RJ45 connector of the 100 Mbit/s crossover cable follows EIA/TIA568A standard wiring;
the other RJ45 connector follows EIA/TIA568B standard wiring.
Figure 6-12 shows the wiring of the 100 Mbit/s crossover cable.
Figure 6-12 Wiring of the 100 Mbit/s crossover cable

The 1000 Mbit/s crossover cable uses all 8 pins. The crossover is PIN1 to PIN3, PIN2 to PIN6,
PIN4 to PIN7, and PIN5 to PIN8, as shown in Figure 6-13.

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Figure 6-13 Wiring of the 1000 Mbit/s crossover cable

6.2 LEDs
6.2.1 ISCOM21xx non-PoE model
Table 6-13 lists LEDs on the ISCOM21xx non-PoE model.
Table 6-13 LEDs on ISCOM21xx non-PoE model
LED
SYS

Status
Green

Description
System working LED

Green: the system is being initialized.


Blinking green: the system is working properly.
Off: the system is working improperly.

PWR

Green

Power LED

LNK/ACT

Green

Green: the power supply is normal.


Off: the power supply is abnormal or off.

Interface working LED

Green: the interface is properly connected, and does not


receiving or sending data.
Blinking green: the interface is receiving or sending data.
Off: the interface is disconnected or improperly connected.

6.2.2 ISCOM21xx PoE model


Table 6-14 lists LEDs on the ISCOM21xx PoE model.

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Table 6-14 LEDs on ISCOM21xx PoE model


LED

Status

SYS

Green

Description
System working LED

Green: the system is being initialized.


Blinking green: the system is working properly.
Off: the system is working improperly.

PWR

Green

Power LED

LNK/ACT

Green

Green: the power supply is normal.


Off: the power supply is abnormal or off.

Line working LED

Green: the line is properly connected, and does not receiving


or sending data.
Blinking green: the line is receiving or sending data.
Off: the line is disconnected or improperly connected.
PoE

Yellow

Interface remote power supply LED

Yellow: the interface is supplying power to a remote device.


Off: the interface stops supplying power.

6.3 Lookup table for interface parameters


6.3.1 1000BASE-X SFP optical interface
Table 6-15 lists 1000BASE-X SFP optical interface parameters.
Table 6-15 1000BASE-X SFP optical interface parameters
Parameter

Description

Connector type

LC/PC

Optical interface parameters

Depending on the selected SFP

Coding type

8B/10B

Duplex mode

Full duplex

Compliant standard

IEEE 802.3

Supported network protocol

IP

6.3.2 100BASE-FX SFP optical interface


Table 6-16 lists 100BASE-X SFP optical interface parameters.

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Table 6-16 100BASE-X SFP optical interface parameters


Parameter

Description

Connector type

LC/PC

Optical interface parameters

Depending on the selected SFP

Coding type

4B/5B

Duplex mode

Full duplex

Compliant standard

IEEE 802.3

Supported network protocol

IP

6.3.3 Console interface


Table 6-17 lists Console interface parameters.
Table 6-17 Console interface parameters
Parameter

Description

Connector type

RJ45

Duplex mode

Duplex UART

Electrical features

RS-232

Baud rate

9600 Baud

Cable specifications

8-core cable

6.3.4 100/1000BASE-T electrical interface


Table 6-18 lists 100/1000BASE-T electrical interface parameters.
Table 6-18 100/1000BASE-T electrical interface parameters
Parameter
Connector type

Description
RJ45

Duplex mode

Support 10/100/1000 Mbit/s auto-negotiation.


Support full/half duplex.
10/100 Mbit/s: Cat 5 UTP cable
1000 Mbit/s: Cat 5e or Cat 6 UTP or STP cable

Cable specifications
Compliant standard

IEEE 802.3

Supported network protocol

IP

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6.4 Lookup table for optical module parameters


6.4.1 100BASE-FX SFP optical module
Table 6-19 100BASE-FX SFP optical module parameters
Model

Wavelength
(nm) (Laser
type)

RX
type

USFP03/MD-R

1310 (LED)

PIN

USFP03/S1D-R

1310 (FP)

USFP03/S2D-R

TX
optical
power
(dBm)

Minimum
overload
point
(dBm)

Extinction
ratio (dB)

RX
sensitivity
(dBm)

Transmission
distance (km)

-20 to -10

-14

-29

PIN

-15 to -8

-8

-34

15

1310 (DFB)

PIN

-5 to 0

-8

-34

40

USFP03/S3D-R

1550 (DFB)

PIN

-5 to 0

-10

-34

80

USFP03/SS1
3-D-R

TX1310/RX1
550 (FP/DFB)

PIN

-15 to -8

-8

-28

15

USFP03/SS1
5-D-R

TX1550/RX1
310 (FP/DFB)

PIN

-15 to -8

-8

-28

15

USFP03/SS2
3-D-R

TX1310/RX1
550 (FP/DFB)

PIN

-5 to 0

-8

8.2

-32

40

USFP03/SS2
5-D-R

TX1550/RX1
310 (FP/DFB)

PIN

-5 to 0

-8

8.2

-32

40

USFP03/SS3
4-D-R

TX1490/RX1
550 (FP/DFB)

PIN

-3 to 2

-8

8.2

-32

80

USFP03/SS3
5-D-R

TX1550/RX1
490 (FP/DFB)

PIN

-3 to 2

-8

8.2

-32

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6.4.2 1000BASE-X SFP optical module


Table 6-20 1000BASE-X SFP optical module parameters
Model

Wavelength
(nm)

RX
type

(Laser type)

TX
optical
power
(dBm)

Minimum
overload
point
(dBm)

Extinction
ratio
(dB)

RX
sensitivity
(dBm)

Transmission
distance(km)

USFPGb/MD-R

850(VCSEL)

PIN

-10 to -3

-17

0.55

USFPGb/S1D-R

1310(FP)

PIN

-10 to -3

-3

-21

15

USFPGb/S2D-R

1550(DFB)

PIN

-3 to 2

-3

-21

40

USFPGb/S3D-R

1550(DFB)

APD

-3 to 2

-9

-30

80

USFPGb/LH
1-D-R

1310(DFB)

PIN

-4 to 0

-3

-21

40

USFPGb/ZXD-R

1550(DFB)

PIN

-2 to 3

-3

-22

80

USFPGb/EXD-R

1550(DFB)

APD

0 to 5

-9

-30

120

USFPGb/SS1
3-D-R

TX1310/RX1
550(FP/DFB)

PIN

-10 to -3

-3

-21

15

USFPGb/SS1
5-D-R

TX1550/RX1
310(FP/DFB)

PIN

-10 to -3

-3

-21

15

USFPGb/SS1
3-4

TX1310/RX1
490(FP)

PIN

-10 to -3

-3

-21

15

USFPGb/SS1
4-3

TX1490/RX1
310(DFB)

PIN

-10 to -3

-3

-21

15

USFPGb/SS2
4-D-R

TX1490/RX1
550 (DFB)

PIN

-3 to 2

-3

-21

40

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Wavelength
(nm)

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RX
type

TX
optical
power
(dBm)

(Laser type)

Minimum
overload
point
(dBm)

Extinction
ratio
(dB)

RX
sensitivity
(dBm)

Transmission
distance(km)

USFPGb/SS2
5-D-R

TX1550/RX1
490 (DFB)

PIN

-3 to 2

-3

-21

40

USFPGb/SS3
4-D-R

TX1490/RX1
550 (DFB)

PIN

-3 to 2

-3

-28

80

USFPGb/SS3
5-D-R

TX1550/RX1
490 (DFB)

PIN

-3 to 2

-3

-28

80

6.5 Terms
A
Auto-Negotiation

Two interconnected Ethernet interfaces automatically select


interface rate and duplex mode according to negotiation result.

F
Full duplex

In a communication link, both parties can receive and send data


concurrently.

G
Grounding cable

Connecting the device to the ground, usually a yellow/green coaxial


cable

H
Half duplex

In a communication link, only one party can send data at a time.

M
Multi-mode fiber

In this fiber, multi-mode optical signals are transmitted.

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In synchronization transfer mode, no handshaking signals, able to


communicate with RS232 or RS422 devices point to point, in
transparent transmission, with a maximum rate of 19.2 Kbit/s

RS232

S
Single-mode fiber

In this fiber, single-mode optical signals are transmitted.

6.6 Acronyms and abbreviations


A
AC

Alternating Current

AN

Access Node

AP

Access Point

D
DC

Direct Current

DFB

Distributed Feed Back

E
ETSI

European Telecommunications Standards Institute

F
FE

Fast Ethernet

G
GE

Gigabit Ethernet

I
IEEE

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers

IP

Internet Protocol

L
LOS

Loss of Signal

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P
PC

Personal Computer

PD

Powered Device

PoE

Power Over Ethernet

R
RH

Relative Humidity

ROS

Raisecom Operating System

S
SFP

Small Form-factor Pluggable

STP

Spanning Tree Protocol

U
UART

Universal Asynchronous Receiver/Transmitter

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Address: Raisecom Building, No. 11, East Area, No. 10 Block, East Xibeiwang Road, Haidian
District, Beijing, P.R.China
Postal code: 100094
Tel: +86-10-82883305
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http://www.raisecom.com
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