Installing a Voice Switches Chapter 16: Installing ShoreGear Voice Switches
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To mount a full-width ShoreGear voice switch in a rack with brackets:
Step 1 Remove the voice switch from its shipping container.
Step 2 Attach the two mounting brackets, included with the ShoreGear voice switch,
using the provided screws.
Step 3 Use standard screws to mount the switch in the rack.
To mount a half-width ShoreGear voice switch in a rack with brackets:
Step 1 Remove the voice switch from its shipping container.
Step 2 Mount a ShoreGear Dual Tray into the rack with the screws provided.
Step 3 Install the half-width switch into the tray on either the left or right side of the
tray. Two half-width switches can be placed in the same tray.
Step 4 Use standard screws to mount the switch in the tray.
Refer to the Quick Install Guide for the ShoreGear Dual Tray (included with half-width
switches) for details.
16.4 Installing a Voice Switches
The DHCP/BOOTP server must be configured prior to turning on the ShoreGear voice
switch. Refer to Chapter 10, starting on page 129.
To install a ShoreGear voice switch:
Step 1 Connect the switch to the appropriate LAN segment (such as a LAN switch)
with the Category 5 RJ-45 interface cable.
For guaranteed voice quality, all ShoreGear voice switches can be connected to
an isolated LAN segment.
Step 2 Plug an AC surge protector into a grounded AC power source (not provided).
Electrical surges, typically lightning transients, are very destructive to
equipment connected to AC power sources.
Step 3 Plug the power cord into the power receptacle on the switch’s back panel, and
into an available socket on the AC surge protector. Most ShoreGear switch
models do not have a power switch and power on as soon as you connect the
switch to power.
The power LED flashes momentarily, and remains lit. If the LED is not lit,
ensure that the power cord is plugged into the switch and the power source. If
the LED continues flashing, there is an internal error. Unplug the switch to
power it off, then power it back on. Refer to “Configuring Switches” in the
ShoreTel 8 Administration Guide for a description of the flash patterns and
their meaning, or contact ShoreTel Customer Operations at: http://
www.ShoreTel.com
Once network communications are established, the network LEDs will indicate
that the switch is connected to a 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps Ethernet environment,
and that the switch is receiving and transmitting data.
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