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CE5800

CE6800
Measure the distance between the front and rear mounting rails (distance A in the figure below), and select appropriate mounting brackets and guide rails
according to this distance. (See the following figures.)
The CE6800&5800 series switches are 1 U high (1 U = 44.45 mm), and their width is standard.
The CE6800&5800 series switches must be installed in a standard 19-inch four-post cabinet or rack. The cabinet for a CE5800 switch must be at least 600
mm deep, and the cabinet for a CE6800 switch must be at least 800 mm deep.
To reserve sufficient space for cabling, ensure that the distance from the mounting rails at the switch's port side to the cabinet door is no less than 130 mm.
The cabinet must have a reliable ground point to ground the switch.
If the CE6800&5800 series switches are installed in the same cabinet with a CE12800 switch, keep a distance of 700 mm to 800 mm between the front and
rear mounting rails.
Secure mounting brackets to the chassis with M4 screws.
Connect the ground cable to the chassis ground point
and coil the other end on top of the chassis.
Mounting
brackets and
guide rails
Front-to-back airflow (fan tray panel to interior): Air flows from the
power supply side to the port side. A power module or fan module
with front-to-back airflow is identified by the flag on the right.
Back-to-front airflow (interior to fan tray panel): Air flows from the
port side to the power supply side. A power module or fan module
with back-to-front airflow is identified by the flag on the right.
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Item Connect To Remarks
External power
source
Upstream network
device or stacked
switch
AC power cable
DC power cable
Optical fiber
The length of three adjacent mounting holes may not
be 1 U. Observe the scale ticks on the mounting rails
when installing floating nuts.
Category 5 or higher category network cables are recommended for GE electrical ports.
Category 6A shielded or higher category network cables are recommended for 10GE electrical ports.
10GE optical ports use SFP/SFP+ optical modules and optical fibers or SFP+ copper cables.
40GE optical modules use QSFP+ optical modules and optical fiber or QSFP+ copper cables.
Copper cable
The switch must use the power modules and fan modules matching the
product model.
Power modules with different airflow directions or power values, AC and
DC power modules, or fan modules with different airflow directions
cannot be used in the same chassis.
To ensure normal operating, the switch must have two normally running
fan modules. Replace a fan module within 3 minutes.
If only one power module is used, install a filler panel in the other power
module slot.
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MST
STAT
SPEED
STACK
MODE/ID CE5850-48T4S2Q-EI
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PAC-150WA ~100-240V;50/60Hz,2.5A
STATUS
PAC-150WA ~100-240V;50/60Hz,2.5A
STATUS CONSOLE
ETH
SYS
MST
ACT
L/A
ID
PWR1 FAN1 FAN2 PWR2
CE5850-48T4S2Q-EI STATUS
FAN-40EA-F
STATUS
FAN-40EA-F
Management
network
Install eight floating nuts on the front and rear
mounting rails, two on each mounting rail. Leave a
distance of 1 U between the two floating nuts on each
mounting rail.
Secure guide rails on the front mounting rails with M6
screws.
Hold bottom of the chassis, align the mounting
brackets with the guide rails, and slowly slide the
chassis into the cabinet.
Insert the power module into a power module slot.
Tighten the captive screws on the power module panel.
Secure the chassis onto the cabinet with M6 screws.
Then, connect the ground cable to the ground point on
the cabinet.
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Ground cable
M6 lug: to the
protection ground
Network cable
Network cable
Switch or computer
Operation terminal
(usually a PC)
Operation terminal
(usually a PC)
The ETH management port connects to an operation terminal or network management workstation for
local or remote configuration of the switch. This port must use a Category 5 or higher category
network cable.
When the switch is powered on for the first time, use this port for onsite configuration.
Console cable
USB port USB flash drive This port is used to transfer upgrade files and configuration files during a USB-based deployment.
Quick Start Guide
CloudEngine 6800&5800 Series Switches
Packing List
Safety Guidelines
Take ESD protection measures during equipment installation and maintenance. For example, wear ESD gloves or an ESD wrist strap.
During equipment transport and installation, prevent the equipment from colliding with objects like doors, walls, or shelves. Do not touch unpainted
surfaces of the equipment with wet or contaminated gloves.
Do not place other objects on the chassis.
The installation, cable connection, and login methods for the CE6800&5800 series switches are similar. This document uses CE5850-48T4S2Q-EI as an
example. For more information, see the Hardware Installation and Maintenance Guide.
Figures in the document are for reference only and may be different from actual devices.
Site Environment
Do not place or operate the switch in an environment with flammable or explosive gases or smoke.
The switch must be installed in a clean, dry, well ventilated site with stable temperature. The installation site must be free from leaking or dripping water,
heavy dew, and humidity.
The installation site must be well ventilated, and air vents of the switch must not be blocked.It is recommended to leave sufficient clearance around the
switch for heat dissipation.
The temperature and humidity in the installation site must be within the normal ranges. (Operating temperature: 0C to 40C at an altitude of 0 m to 1800 m;
when the altitude is between 1800 m and 5000 m, the maximum operating temperature decreases by 1C every time the altitude increases by 220 m.
Operating humidity: 5%RH to 95%RH, noncondensing).
4.1 Requirements for the Cabinet
5.1 Selecting Power Modules and Fan Modules
5.2 Installing Power Modules and Fan Modules into the Chassis
4.2 Installing the Chassis in a Cabinet
Mounting brackets and guide rails for the CE6800&5800 series switches
Install the chassis in the cabinet
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Enterprise networking community: http://support.huawei.com/ecommunity
You can obtain the latest product documentation at http://support.huawei.com/enterprise. Log in to the website, and select a specific
product model and version to download its documentation.
If the instructions contained in the product documentation are insufficient to resolve problems that occur during device operation or
maintenance, contact Huawei Technical Assistance Center for technical support.
Obtaining Product Documentation and Technical Support
Logging In to the Switch
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Use a console cable to connect a PC to the console port of the switch.
Please configure the login password (8-16)
Enter Password:
Confirm Password:
Start the terminal simulation software, create a connection, select a serial port, and set communication parameters as follows:
Bits per second (B): 9600
Data bits (B): 8
Parity (P): None
Stop bits (S): 1
Flow control (F): None
After successful login, you can configure the switch on the command line interface. For more information, see the Configuration Guide.
If your PC's operating system provides terminal simulation software (like HyperTerminal in Windows 2000/XP), you do not need to install additional
terminal simulation software. If the PC runs on an operating system without terminal simulation software (like Windows 7), install third-party terminal
simulation software on the PC by referring to user manual or online help.
A PC may have more than one serial port. Select the port connected to the console port. Generally, COM1 is used.
If password authentication is not configured, you do not need to enter a password, but this brings security risks. Password authentication is
recommended.
The password is a string of 8 to 16 case-sensitive characters. It must contain at least two types of the following characters: uppercase letters,
lowercase letters, digits 0 to 9, and special characters excluding question mark (?) and spaces.
The password entered in interactive mode is not displayed on the screen.
After a login password is configured, this password will be required upon next login if password authentication is used on this user interface.
If you forget the login password, see the Troubleshooting to restore the password.
Connecting Cables
The ground cable must be reliably grounded. If a cabinet or rack has anti-rust coating, scrape off the
paint around the ground point to ensure reliable grounding.
To protect the switch from lightning, route outdoor cables underground or in steel pipes. Do not route
cables aerially.
Connectors of fibers and cable must be clean. If a fiber connector is contaminated, clean it with an
alcohol swap.
The bend radius of optical fibers must be larger than 40 mm.
Secure the AC power cable on the AC power module with the locking latch.
The AC power outlet connected to the power module must allow a minimum of 10 A current. For a
country-specific standard outlet, use an AC power cable complying with the local. For a C13 straight
power outlet, use an AC power cable with a C13 straight female connector and a C14 straight male
connector.
Connect the positive cable to the positive
pole on the DC power module and the
negative cable to the negative pole.
On the DC power cable plug, the red end is
RTN (+), and the blue end is NEG (-). You
can also identify the positive and negative
poles by the silkscreens on the plug.
Do not install power cables while the power is on.
Do not turn on the power until you have finished installing the chassis and connecting cables.
Do not look into bores of optical modules or optical fibers without eye protection. Laser beams will cause eye damage.
Installing other Modules
PAC-150WA
STATUS
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Power modules and fan modules are hot swappable, and they are installed
in the same way. A power module is used as an example here.
Before installing a power module or fan module, remove the filler panel
in the slot.
Connect positive and negative power cables to positive and negative
poles on a DC power module correctly.
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Distance A
Distance A
Determine the directions of the port side and power supply side according to actual
situations in your equipment room. In a typical data center scenario, if the switch needs
to connect to servers in the same cabinet, make its port side face rear of the cabinet to
facilitate cable connections with the servers. Whether the mounting brackets and guide
rails should be installed near the port side or power supply side depends on the
direction in which the chassis is installed. Ensure that the rear mounting brackets will
not touch the cabinet door. The figures here are for reference only.
Mounting bracket A
Mounting bracket and guide rail bundles for the CE5800
Mounting bracket and guide rail bundles for the CE6800
308 mm-351 mm
436 mm-479 mm
539 mm-638 mm
367 mm-410 mm
495 mm-538 mm
697 mm-839 mm 639 mm-696 mm
547 mm-551 mm 493 mm-546 mm
681 mm-818 mm 552 mm-680 mm
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket B + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket B + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket B + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket C + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket B + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket C + guide rail B
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket C + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket C + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket C + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket C + guide rail A
Mounting bracket A +
mounting bracket C + guide rail A
Mounting bracket B Mounting bracket C Guide rail A Guide rail B
RTN(+)
NEG(-)
Front mounting rail Rear mounting rail
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Installation accessory package
Chassis ground cable
Console cable
Warranty card
Quick Start Guide
Mounting brackets and guide rail
Floating nuts
M4 screws
M6 screws
Chassis (with the product model on the nameplate) Installation accessories include:
Observe all safety regulations and precautions
To ensure personal and equipment safety, observe all the safety precautions on the equipment and in this document. and
items do not cover all the safety precautions and are only supplementary to the safety precautions.
Follow all the safety precautions and instructions provided by Huawei. The safety precautions outlined in this document are only those that Huawei can
predict. Huawei is not liable for any consequence that results from violation of regulations pertaining to safe operations or safety codes pertaining to design,
production, and equipment use.
WARNING
WARNING
NOTICE
WARNING
This is a class A product. In a domestic environment this product may cause radio interference in which case the user may be required to take adequate
measures.
NOTICE
NOTICE
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NOTICE
NOTICE
NOTICE
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NOTE
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Installing the Chassis
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Press Enter in the subsequent dialog boxes until the following information is displayed, and then enter a password. The configured password will be saved
in the system.
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Note: Install mounting bracket C in
mounting holes at middle of the chassis.
Note: Note: If the cabinet is 800 mm deep,
mounting bracket C will touch the cabinet
door. Do not close the door at this side.
Note: Note: If the cabinet is 800 mm deep,
mounting bracket C will touch the cabinet
door. Do not close the door at this side.