Catalyst 2960-S Switch Hardware Installation Guide
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Table Of Contents

Numerics - A - B - C - D - E - F - G - H - I - L - M - N - O - P - R - S - T - U - W -

Index

Numerics

10/100/1000 PoE ports

numbering 1-3, 1-4

pinouts B-2

recommended cables 2-25

10/100/1000 ports

cabling 1-6

connecting to 2-26

numbering 1-2

overview 1-6

10/100 and 10/100/1000 PoE+ Port Connections 2-24

10/100 and 10/100/1000 Port Connections 2-26

10/100 Ports (Including PoE) B-1

19- and 24-inch racks 2-13

A

AC power

connecting to 2-5

adapter pinouts, terminal

RJ-45-to-DB-25 B-7

RJ-45-to-DB-9 B-6

attaching the Cisco RPS warning 1-19, 2-2, 2-5

auto-MDIX 2-23

autonegotiation

default setting 2-25

troubleshooting 3-4

B

brackets

See mounting brackets

C

cable guide, attaching 2-13

cables

crossover

four twisted-pair pinout B-5

two twisted-pair pinout B-5

recommended 2-25

SFP modules

1000BASE-T module 2-23

stack cable part numbers 1-19

straight-through

four twisted-pair pinout B-5

two twisted-pair pinout B-5

cables caution 1-19

cabling

auto-MDIX 2-23

cautions i-vii

PoE faults 1-13

using approved cables 1-19

Cisco IOS command-line interface 1-20

Cisco IP Phones, connecting to 2-25, 2-26

Cisco Network Assistant 1-20

Cisco Power Calculator 2-24

CiscoView 1-20, 1-21

Class 1 laser warning 2-2

CLI 1-20

accessing by using Express Setup C-1

accessing through console port C-1

code compliance warning 2-3

command-line interface

See CLI

connecting

to SFP and SFP+ modules2-22to 2-24

connection procedures2-20to 2-25

connectors and cablesB-1to??, B-2to B-7

console port

connectors and cables B-6

overview 1-7

RJ-45 console port 1-7

USB console port 1-7

conventions, document i-vii

crossover cable, connecting to 1000BASE-T SFP module ports 2-23

D

device manager

described 1-20

related documentation i-viii

diagnosing problems 3-1

document conventions i-vii

duplex

default setting 2-25

LED 1-12

troubleshooting 3-4

E

electrical noise, avoiding 2-4

Ethernet and fiber cable troubleshooting 3-2

Ethernet cable warning

24- and 48-port switches 2-2

ethernet management port LED 1-17

Express Setup

accessing CLI by using C-1

for initial switch configuration 2-17

using to clear switch IP address 3-5

F

features1-2to 1-20

FlexStack cable 2-5

FlexStack module 2-7

FlexStack Ports

connecting 2-17

overview 1-19

front panel

clearance 2-4

LEDs1-11to 1-15

PoE ports 1-5, 1-6

SFP and SFP+ slots 1-8

USB ports 1-3, 1-4

G

ground connection warning 2-2

H

HP OpenView 1-21

I

installation

assigning the IP address 2-1, C-6

Cisco Microsoft Windows USB Device Driver C-3

FlexStack module 2-7

power cord retainer2-18to 2-20

rack-mounting2-10to 2-13

SFP and SFP+ modules2-20to 2-22

site requirements 2-4

starting the terminal emulation software C-2

table or shelf-mounting 2-17

wall-mounting 2-14

See also procedures

Installing the Power Cord Retainer (Optional) 2-17, 2-18

L

LEDs

color meanings 1-13

console 1-16

duplex 1-12

front panel 1-11

interpreting 1-13

master 1-12

PoE 1-13

port1-12to 1-15

port mode1-12to 1-14

POST results 2-5, 3-1

RPS 1-12

speed 1-13

stack 1-15

STATUS 1-12

system 1-11

troubleshooting with 3-1

link status troubleshooting 3-2

local and national electrical codes compliance 2-3

M

management options 1-20

management ports 1-7

Mode button 1-11

mounting, table or shelf 2-17

mounting brackets

rack-mount 2-13

table- or shelf-mounting 2-17

wall-mounting 2-14

N

network configurations 1-21

noise, electrical 2-4

O

outside connections warning 2-3

P

pinouts

10/100/1000 PoE ports B-2

adaptersB-6to B-7

console port B-7

crossover cable B-6

crossover cables

four twisted-pair B-5

two twisted-pair B-5

RJ-45-to-DB-25 terminal adapter B-7

RJ-45-to-DB-9 terminal adapter B-6

SFP module ports B-2

straight-through cables

four twisted-pair B-5

two twisted-pair B-5

PoE

10/100/1000 PoE

pinouts B-2

recommended cables 2-25

cable lengths 1-5, 1-6

faults caution 1-13

LED 1-13

ports described 1-5, 1-6

power planning tool 2-24

shock hazard warning 2-3, 2-25

troubleshooting 3-3

port LEDs1-12to 1-15

port modes

changing 1-11

LEDs 1-12

See also Mode button

ports

10/100/1000 PoE

See also PoE

POST

LEDs 2-5, 3-1

results 2-5

running at power on 2-5

power

AC power outlet 1-20

connecting to 2-5

connectors 1-17

power connection warning 2-2

power cord retainer

installation2-18to 2-20

power on 2-5

power-on self test

See POST

Power over Ethernet

See PoE

procedures

connection2-20to 2-25

installation2-10to 2-17

product disposal warning 2-3

publications, related i-viii

R

rack-mounting2-10to 2-13

rear panel

clearance 2-4

description1-17to 1-20

FlexStack ports 1-19

redundant power supply

See RPS

restricted access area warning 2-2

RJ-45 console port B-6

RPS

attachment warning 1-19, 2-2, 2-5

connecting to 2-5

connector 1-19

connector cover warning 2-2, 2-15

LED 1-12

S

safety 2-1

serial number location 3-5

servicing equipment warning 2-3

SFP and SFP+ modules

bale-clasp latch removal 2-22

connecting to2-22to 2-24

connectors B-2

described 1-8

installation2-20to 2-22

supported 1-8

shelf-mounting 2-17

Simple Network Management Protocol

See SNMP

SNMP network management platforms 1-21

software switch management 1-20

specifications A-1

speed

default setting 2-25

troubleshooting 3-4

stacking equipment warning 2-1

stacking powering considerations 2-10

stack ports 1-19

straight-through cable pinout

four twisted-pair B-5

two twisted-pair B-5

SunNet Manager 1-21

switch powering on 2-5

switch stack

guidelines 2-5

planning 2-5

power-on sequence 2-10

system LED 1-11

T

table-mounting 2-17

technical specifications A-1

telco racks 2-13

Telnet, and accessing the CLI 1-20

temperature, operating A-1

troubleshooting

bad or damaged cable 3-2

connection problems 3-2

diagnosing problems 3-1

Ethernet and fiber cables 3-2

link status 3-2

ping end device 3-4

PoE connections 3-3

POST 3-1

serial number location 3-5

spanning tree loops 3-4

speed, duplex, and autonegotiation 3-4

switch performance 3-4

with LEDs 3-1

U

uninstalling the Cisco Microsoft Windows USB driver C-5

USB console port

connecting C-1

installing drivers C-3

overview 1-7

USB Type A interface 1-8

W

wall-mounting 2-14

warnings

attaching the Cisco RPS 1-19, 2-2, 2-5

Class 1 laser 2-2

code compliance 2-3

connecting outside of building 2-3

connecting the power 2-2

defined i-vii

disposal of product 2-3

Ethernet cables 2-2

ground connection 2-2

installation 2-1

PoE shock hazard 2-3, 2-25

restricted access area 2-2

RPS connector cover 2-2, 2-15

servicing equipment 2-3

stacking equipment 2-1