Chapter G: ShoreGear Switches ShoreGear 30 Voice Switch
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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.
—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
—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
Audio Output Port
Tel co Port
Audio Input Port
(music on hold)