Chapter G: ShoreGear Switches ShoreGear 30 Voice Switch
ShoreTel 8 Planning and Installation Guide 317
G.5 ShoreGear 30 Voice Switch
The following sections describe ShoreGear 30 resource capacity, LED behavior, and
connectors. The ShoreGear 30 is not supported in installations outside the U.S. and
Canada. Figure G-5 displays the ShoreGear 30 front plate.
G.5.1 Switch Capacity
Analog Circuit Resources
Ports 1-2: Two Loop Start Trunks
Ports 11-12: Two Extensions or DID Trunks. A single command configures all
ports as either Extensions or DID trunks.
Power Failure Transfer Unit: Trunk Port 1 to Extension Port 12
Make Me Conference Resources: none
Maximum IP Phone Resources: none
Analog Port Reallocation: 20
Built-in Resources: 10
G.5.2 LED Descriptions
G.5.2.1 Power LED
The ShoreGear 30 has one power LED, which indicates the following:
On: The switch is operating normally.
Off: The switch has no power.
Flashing:
2 flashes—The switch failed its internal self-test. This indicates a hardware
failure. Replace the unit and submit a Return Material Authorization (RMA) to
ShoreTel, Inc.
3 flashes—Booting via FTP. Flash memory might be corrupted. Go to the Quick
Look page to ensure that the system is running properly.
Figure G-5 ShoreGear 30 Front Plate
Default
Switch
Audio Output Port
(night bell)
Power
LED
Network
LEDs
LAN 2
Connector
RS-232C
Maintentance
Port
RJ-21X
Tel co Port
Status
LED
Audio Input Port
(music on hold)
Network
LEDs
LAN 1
Connector
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