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KG Hofmannstr. An obligation to provide the respective characteristics shall only exist if expressly agreed in the terms of contract. Availability and technical specifications are subject to change without notice.
All other company, brand, product and service names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective holders. Communication for the open minded Siemens Enterprise Communications www. Unit in an IP Network. A-1 A. D-1 D. D-2 D.
D-4 D. D-6 D. D-8 D. D-9 D. D D. D E Notes for Editing the File snmpd. G Country Versions. G-1 G. G-3 Figures. W-1 Tables Index. Z-1 Abbreviations. KG or the respective owner. Contents This chapter covers the following topics: Topic Section 1.
It offers the wide range of functionality of a traditional telephony system, coupled with modern UC communication solutions. HiPath enables any combination of IP, analog and digital telephones, as well as PC clients and cordless telephones. Expansion The HiPath communication platform is available in the following configurations:. The information contained herein should only be considered a guideline and does not replace any training. Important: You can find information on complex configurations e.
Section 1. This service manual covers the following topics: Chapter Chapter 1, Introduction and Important Notes Description Chapter 1, Introduction and Important Notes contains the basic information necessary for working with the product and with this service manual.
The safety information and warnings as well as the standards and guidelines regarding installation, including lightning protection, must be observed. The hardware information such as connection cables and NT connections is presented for each board. The actions necessary for the standard installation part of a standard system of the different Chapter 4, Installing HiPath systems are described in HiPath Description Information on supplementary equipment and expansions and on the procedure for upgrading HiPath systems are part of Chapter 9, Expanding and Upgrading HiPath Chapter 10, Workpoint Clients contains the description of the workpoint clients supported.
Chapter 12, Service Chapter 12, Service describes service and maintenance tasks and provides information on error detection and troubleshooting. Annex D, Identifying System Power Requirements provides information about the resource requirements of the boards and components of the HiPath systems.
Annex E, Notes for Editing the File snmpd. This service manual applies the following notational conventions: Purpose Body text that is of particular importance. Style Bold Example Name must not be deleted.
Click OK. User interface elements to be op- Bold erated. Placeholder Files and directories containing files. Table Example 1. Activate the SIP Registrar checkbox. The input fields are now activated. Enter the following settings: 1. Activate the optional Authentication checkbox. Complete the input fields:. Work on communication systems and devices may only be carried out by qualified persons. For the purposes of safety information and warnings, qualified persons are persons who are authorized to place into operation, ground, and label systems, devices, and lines in accordance with applicable safety procedures and standards.
It is absolutely essential that you read and understand the following safety information and warnings before starting installation and implementation work on the communication system or device.
You should also carefully read and observe all safety information and warnings on the communication systems and devices themselves. Familiarize yourself with emergency numbers. Always consult a supervisor before starting work in conditions where the necessary safety precautions do not appear to be in place. Symbols for specifying the source of danger more exactly The following symbols are not generally used in the manual.
They explain symbols that may be depicted on the communication systems and equipment. Only personnel with proper qualifications or qualified electricians should perform work on the low-voltage network Vac. There are additional dangers even when working with low voltage and large cable cross-sections.
Cables with a large cross-section generally have lower voltages, although the amperages are higher. Before starting any work, check that the circuits involved are de-energized. Never take it for granted that turning off a main switch or circuit breaker will reliably interrupt all circuits.
Only use systems, tools, and equipment which are in perfect condition. Do not use equipment with visible damage. Replace any damaged safety equipment covers, labels and ground wires immediately. Replace the power cable immediately if you notice any damage. Only place systems or devices in protection class I into operation using a ground contact socket.
Connect the communication system and, if necessary, the main distribution frame to the ground wire before starting up the system and connecting telephones and lines. Never operate the communication system without the required ground wire.
Never touch live wires without ensuring adequate insulation. Do not carry out any hardware installation work on telecommunication systems and devices during a storm. Expect leakage current from the telecommunications network. Disconnect all telecommunication lines from the system before disconnecting the prescribed ground wire from the system. Before carrying out any work on the communication system or on the device, find out whether there is a disconnect device and locate it.
When you need to disconnect the power supply to the communication system or device, you do so using the disconnect device. Ensure that the communication system or device is not powered from an additional power source for example, an uninterruptible power supply , or that it is protected by an additional fuse or an additional main switch. If you are performing work on circuits with hazardous voltages, always work together with a partner who is familiar with the location of the disconnect devices for the power supplies.
Always disconnect the power supply when you are working directly next to a power supply unit or direct current converter, unless the work instructions expressly permit you to work without disconnecting the power supply. High voltages capable of causing shock are used in this equipment.
Be extremely careful when measuring high voltages and when servicing cards, panels, and boards while the system is powered on. Metallic surfaces such as mirrors are conductive. If you touch them, there is a risk of electric shocks or short circuits. Risk of injury resulting from heavy items or loads. Use appropriate aids to carry out such tasks. Risk of injury resulting from laser radiation. If there are any optical interfaces: In case of laser radiation, do not look directly into the beam.
You could damage your eyes. The lithium battery must be replaced only by an identical battery or one recommended by the manufacturer.
The system cabinets must not be fitted with any third-party devices that have not been approved. Do not store any documents or similar flammable items in the system. Also close all doors, covers, or the housing after completing test and maintenance work.
Install cables in such a way that they do not pose a risk of accident tripping , and cannot be damaged. Make sure that the work area is well lit and tidy. When working on the systems, never wear loose clothing and always tie back long hair. Be sure to remove rings, watches and other jewelry when working with electrical circuits and components. These could cause injury or short circuits. Wear eye protection when you are working in any conditions that might be hazardous to your eyes.
Always wear a hard hat where there is a risk of injury from falling objects. Check your tools regularly.
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