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Flickering when receiving or transmit- ting data. FX2 is on when a dual-port module is Page 9: Optional Fiber Optic Expansion Modules If you wish to crimp your own cabling for custom sites or lengths, see page 11 for cabling specifications.

If both the computer and the hub are turned on while the connection is completed, the network will act erratically and you must reset the hub see page Page Uplinking The Hub Mbps hubs, stackable hubs, switches, or routers. The front of each hub has an Uplink port for this purpose. If you are connecting the hub to a Fast Ethernet hub, router, or switch, remember that Fast Ethernet rules only allow two hubs to be connected together, or cascaded, within a single repeater domain.

Page Uplinking The 5-port Hub Please note that in order for the distance extending switch to become active, all four remaining ports on your 5-Port hub must be running at Mbps, remember that one port on the hub is lost when the hub is uplinked.

This feature is only present on the 5-Port Auto-Sensing hub. All other auto-sensing hubs can only be uplinked using 5 meter cables when connecting to Mbps Fast Ethernet hubs. Turn on the hub. Category 5 is the most reliable and widely compatible, and is required for Fast Ethernet. You can buy Category 5 cabling that is pre-made, or you can cut and crimp your own. Page Installing Add-on Modules 1.

Power off the hub and remove the AC power cord from the hub. Remove all RJ cables from the all the ports in the hub and if the hub is on a rack remove the hub from the rack 3. Page Fiber Optic Modules If you are looking at the back of the hub, the connector on the right is the receiver and the connector on the left is the transmitter.

The connectors are also labeled on the top of the fiber port. Page 16 using RJ , a switch or repeater must be used. The Distance Extender is a switched port. Two Distance Extender modules can be connected togeth- er only at Half Duplex.

Page 17 Page basetx Distance Extender Module In the Auto-Sensing hubs, this module can only be used in half duplex mode You need to use a crossover cable to connect the module to another hub. If you are using a straight-through cable, you must run the cable between the module and the uplink port on the second hub see illustration on page Note that, without the distance extender mod- ule, the maximum distance between two uplinked hubs is 5 meters Printed in the USA.

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