Physical features of Cisco IE 2000 switch - Metasys - LIT-12013055 - Gateway/Router - Cisco Switch - 12.0

Cisco IE 2000 and IE 4010 Ethernet Switches for Metasys Networks Installation Instructions and Troubleshooting Guide

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Figure 1. Physical features of the Cisco IE 2000 switch (8-port model)

Table 1. Physical features of Cisco IE 2000 switch
Callout Name Description
1 10/100 Mbits/sec Ethernet Ports Provides network access downlink. You can set these ports for speed and duplex autonegotiation. Use Cat5e cable or newer.
2 1000 Mbits/sec Ethernet Ports Provides an uplink to an aggregation switch. Also provides an uplink to the IT network (segmented network architecture) or a isolated access switch (isolated or connected network architecture). If you do not need to use these ports for uplink, you can also use them for access. Use Cat5e cables or newer. You can convert these ports for optical connections using SFPs.
3 USB Mini-Type B Console Port Connection for a desktop computer or laptop. To use this port, you must download the vendor specific Windows USB device driver to match the USB-to-Serial converter that you use, and install it on your laptop. Use only the 5-pin USB mini-type B. Other type B connectors are not compatible with the switch. Use a small Phillip screwdriver to loosen the cover.
4 Serial RJ-45 Console Port Use to connect the switch to a desktop computer or laptop. To use this port, you must download the Cisco Windows USB device driver and install it on your laptop. Requires a USB to RJ45 cable such as the Cisco RJ-45-to-DB-9 female cable connected to a DB-9-male-to-USB cable.
5, 6 Power Connection, Dual DC Provides primary and secondary DC power. Each power connector has an LED status indicator. If you use a single power supply, you can connect it to either power connection.
7 Alarm Connector Provides six alarm wire connections. Includes Alarm Inputs and Output relay.
8 Protective Ground Connection Provides grounding to the switch.
9 SD Card Slot Use to deploy a switch configuration without opening a console session. You can also transfer the switch configuration from a failed switch to its replacement. Cisco recommends using a ruggedized 1GB Class 6 SD card. Use a small screwdriver to loosen the cover.