SA-100 Planning, Installation and Administration Guide Chapter 5: Installing the Service Appliance 100
the second Ethernet port. This will ensure that the port you want the SA-100 to
use primarily for operation will be correctly identified by the system.
Step 1 On the back of the unit, locate the GB1 Ethernet jack in the middle of the
panel and plug one end of a Category 5 or higher Ethernet cable into it.
Step 2 Plug the other end of the Ethernet cable into the LAN switch managing the
network segment to which you want connect the SA-100.
If you are connecting one cable only, stop here.
If you are using DHCP, start the unit and let the network configure it with
an IP address. You can use the process described in “Setting the IP Address
Manually” on page -34 to view the IP address.
Step 3 To implement failover with the unit, plug one end of a Category 5 or higher
Ethernet cable into the GB2 jack on the back of the SA-100 and the other end
into a different LAN segment.
Once network communications are established, LEDs embedded in the Ethernet ports
indicate that the unit is connected to the network and when the unit is receiving and
transmitting data.
5.8 Connecting the Bezel
A locking front bezel and key are included with the SA-100. The bezel contains a power
button and fits over the front panel blocking access to all items installed in the panel. Refer
to the Quick Install Guide shipped with the unit for instruction about installing and
locking the bezel.
5.9 Configuring the Unit for Operation
After you have mounted the SA-100 in a rack and connected it to the network, you must
configure the ShoreTel system to use the unit. ShoreWare Director is used to configure the
ShoreTel system to use the SA-100. The following chapter, Site Requirements and
Preparation, starting on page 27, describes how to configure the system in ShoreWare
Director to use the SA-100. For information about using ShoreWare Director, refer to the
ShoreTel 12.1: System Administration Guide.
Configuring the system to use the SA-100 also requires IP address information for the unit.
You can use a terminal emulator session to obtain this information from the SA-100. See
“Setting the IP Address Manually” on page -34 for instructions on how to use a terminal
emulator with the SA-100.
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