Installation Guide Summary

The manual was written in by 3Com. The language is listed as follows: Installation Guide English. The manual is applied to the following one product model as follows: Communications Server Module. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of 706_4.pdf has 136 pages with the file size of 2228604. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Installation Guide Information

Brand:3Com
Category: Network
Model:Communications Server Module
Type:Installation Guide
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 2.1 Mb / 136 pages
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Title: Communications Server Module Installation Guide for Ethernet
Subject: Document Number 17-00706-4
Keywords: Communications Server, Ethernet, 3Com, CoreBuilder, ONline, DIP Switch, CLI, SuperStack, Hub, DMM, IP, IPX, Xylogics, Carrier, Transceiver Module, Communications Module
Creator: FrameMaker 5.1P2a
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 3.0 for Windows
CreationDate: Mon May 12 08:24:25 1997
ModDate: Mon May 12 09:23:14 1997
Tagged: no
Pages: 136
Encrypted: yes (print:yes copy:yes change:no addNotes:no)
Page size: 540 x 648 pts
File size: 2228604 bytes
Optimized: yes
PDF version: 1.2

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  • Contents

  • Figures

  • Tables

  • About This Guide

    • Introduction
    • Audience
    • How to Use This Guide
    • Conventions
    • Related Documents
      • 3Com Documents
      • Xylogics Documents
      • Reference Documents
  • Introduction

    • Product Overview
      • Communications Server Module Operation
        • Remote Access Support
        • Terminal Server Support
        • Dial-up Routing
      • Communications Server Module Architecture
    • Product Features
      • Network Protocol Support
        • Enabling Software Key Options
      • Remote Access Server Features
      • Terminal Server Features
      • Dial-up Routing Features
      • Cabling Options
      • Memory Upgrade Options
  • Installing the Communications Server Module

    • Installation Flowchart
    • Precautionary Procedures
    • Quick Installation
      • Quick Installation for Unmanaged Hubs
      • Quick Installation for Managed Hubs
    • Unpacking Procedures
    • Configuring DIP Switches
      • Configuring the ONline Carrier DIP Switches
        • Selecting a Network
        • Isolating the ONline Communications Server Module
      • Configuring the CoreBuilder 5000 Carrier DIP Switc...
        • Enabling or Disabling NVRAM Configuration
        • Selecting a Network
    • Installing the ONline Communications Server Module...
    • Installing the CoreBuilder 5000 Communications Ser...
    • Installing the SuperStack II Communications Server...
      • Installing Transceiver Modules
      • Selecting a Site for the SuperStack II Communicati...
        • Rack Mounting
        • Stacking With Other Units
        • Wall Mounting
      • Connecting Power to the SuperStack II Communicatio...
      • Connecting a Redundant Power Supply (RPS)
      • Connecting Cables to the SuperStack II Communicati...
  • Configuring the Communications Server Module

    • Managed Configuration Overview
      • 3Com Management Modules
      • Using Management Commands
      • Using Transcend Enterprise Manager
      • Carrier Configuration Tasks
    • Attaching a Management Terminal
    • Configuring the Carrier in a Managed ONline Hub
      • Selecting a Network
      • Saving the Configuration
    • Configuring the Carrier in a Managed CoreBuilder 5...
      • CoreBuilder 5000 Carrier Configuration Sources
        • DMM Settings
        • Carrier NVRAM Settings
        • Carrier DIP Switch Settings
        • Carrier Default Settings
      • Hot Swapping a CoreBuilder 5000 Module
      • Determining the Configuration Source
      • Selecting a Network
      • Saving the Configuration
    • Configuring the Communications Server Module Engin...
      • RS-232 Precautions
      • Attaching a Terminal to the Engine
      • Installing Host Software
        • Installing UNIX Host Software
        • Installing Novell Server Software
        • Installing VAX VMS Host Software
      • Booting the Communications Server Module
    • Supporting Documentation
  • Using the Communications Server Module

    • Showing Engine Configuration and Status
    • Showing Module Configuration and Status
      • Using the SHOW MODULE Command
        • Module Capabilities Field
        • Engine Status Field
      • Using the SHOW PORT Command
    • Monitoring Engine LEDs
    • Resetting the Communications Server Module
  • Troubleshooting

    • Troubleshooting Startup Problems
      • Troubleshooting Mailbox Interface Problems
      • Troubleshooting 3Com Carrier Problems
      • Troubleshooting Network Connectivity Problems
    • Correcting Operating Malfunctions
    • Determining Causes of Boot Failure
      • Improper Configuration
      • Non-Responsive Load Host
      • Interpreting the Boot Error Report
        • Identifying Errors
      • Correcting Communications Server Module Parameters...
        • Correcting Parameters Using the ADDR Command
        • Correcting Parameters Using the SLIP Command
        • Correcting Parameters Using the IMAGE Command
        • Verifying Corrected Parameters
      • Correcting Unresponsive Load Server Host Problems
        • Troubleshooting a UNIX Host on the LAN
        • Troubleshooting a UNIX Host on a SLIP Interface
        • Troubleshooting Another Communications Server Modu...
        • VAX VMS Load Server Host on the LAN
    • Troubleshooting Communications Server Module Dumps...
      • Communications Server Module Dump Destination
      • Dump File Contents
    • Replacing a SuperStack II Fuse
  • Specifications

    • General Specifications
    • Electrical Specifications
    • Hub Capacities
      • ONline Hub Capacities
      • CoreBuilder 5000 Hub Capacities
    • Environmental Specifications
    • Mechanical Specifications
    • Cables and Pinouts
      • Cable and Connector Part Numbers
      • 68-pin SCSI to Eight RJ-45 Cable Assembly
        • Cable Pinouts
      • 68-pin SCSI to Two 50-pin TELCO Cable Assembly
        • Cable Pinouts
      • 68-pin SCSI to One 50-pin TELCO Cable Assembly
        • Cable Pinouts
      • DB-25 DTE Crossover Terminal Connector
        • Cable Pinouts
      • DB-25 DCE Connector
        • Cable Pinouts
  • ROM Monitor Commands

    • Setting EEPROM Parameters
      • Using Other Utilities
      • ROM Monitor Command Overview
    • Command Descriptions
      • ADDR Command
        • Booting From a Preferred Load Host
        • Using the Broadcast Address Parameter
        • Specifying the IP Encapsulation Type
        • ADDR Command Display
        • ADDR -D Command Display
      • BOOT Command
        • Booting Process
        • BOOT Command Display
        • BOOT Command Using TFTP Display
        • BOOT -L Command Display
        • BOOT -V Command Display
      • CONFIG Command
        • CONFIG Command Display
      • CONSOLE-BAUD Command
        • CONSOLE-BAUD Command Display
        • Providing Remote Access to CCS Module ROMs
      • ERASE Command
        • ERASE Command Displays
      • HELP Command
      • IMAGE Command
        • IMAGE Command Display
        • IMAGE -D Command Display
      • IPX Command
        • IPX Command Display
        • IPX -D Command Display
      • LAT Command
        • LAT Command Display
        • LAT -D Command Display
      • MOP Command
        • MOP Command Display
        • MOP -D Command Display
      • NET Command
        • NET Command Display
      • OPTION_KEY Command
        • OPTION_KEY Command Displays
      • PING Command
        • PING Command Display
      • PORTS Command
        • PORTS Command Display
        • PORTS -D Command Display
      • SEQUENCE Command
        • SEQUENCE Command Display
        • SEQUENCE -D Command Display
      • SLIP Command
        • SLIP Command Displays
      • STATS Command
        • STATS Command Display
  • Technical Support

    • Online Technical Services
      • World Wide Web Site
      • 3Com Bulletin Board Service
        • Access by Analog Modem
        • Access by Digital Modem
      • 3ComFacts Automated Fax Service
      • 3ComForum on CompuServe Online Service
    • Support From Your Network Supplier
    • Support From 3Com Corporation
    • Returning Products for Repair
    • Accessing the 3ComMIB
    • Contacting 3Com Technical Publications
  • Index

  • 3Com Corporation Limited Warranty