Chapter G: ShoreGear Switches IPBX-Teleworker Voice Switch
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operation, and the power LED stops flashing. If the problem persists, check the
BOOTP/DHCP server and network configuration.
G.17.1.2 Switch Port LEDs
The IPBX-Teleworker has two green LEDs for each switch port. The LED on the left
indicates trunk activity when the port is configured as a trunk port; the LED on the right
indicates telephone activity when the port is configured as a telephone port.
The LEDs are described as follows:
Both
When both LEDs are off, the port has not been configured.
When both LEDs are flashing, the port is out of service.
Trunk LED (left/green)
When on, the port is configured as a trunk port.
When flashing fast, the trunk is in use (call in progress).
Telephone LED (right/green)
When on, the port is configured as a telephone port.
When flashing slow, the telephone is off hook.
When flashing with ring cadence, the telephone is ringing.
When flashing fast, the telephone is in use (call in progress).
G.17.1.3 Network LEDs
The network LEDs indicate the speed at which the switch is communicating with the
network and whether there is network activity.
The network LED descriptions are as follows:
10M: When lit, this LED indicates that the switch is connected to a 10BaseT
network.
100M: When lit, this LED indicates that the switch is connected to a 100BaseT
network.
Traffic: This LED indicates total network activity, as follows:
When flashing, network activity is detected.
When on (not flashing), heavy network activity is detected.
When off, no network activity is detected.
If you have three switches that are connected to the same hub, and one switch’s
Traffic LED shows activity, the other switches will indicate the same.
G.17.2 IPBX-Teleworker Connectors
The IPBX-Teleworker voice switch contains the following components:
1 3.5 mm mono connector for audio input (music on hold)
1 3.5 mm mono connector for audio output (overhead paging and night bell)
1 RJ-45 connector for the LAN interface
4 RJ-11 connectors for the trunk and telephone ports:
4 universal telephone/trunk ports (Ports 1 through 4)
Power fail transfer (between Ports 1 and 2)
4 ports for connections to any combination of trunk and telephone lines
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