Black Box 10/100 Autosensing Media Converter manual


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    8 1 10/100 Autosensing Media Converter Installation Guide LMC7001A-R4 – LMC7002A-R4 – LMC7003A-R4 – LMC7004A-R4 – LMC7005A – LMC7006A 10/100 Autosensing Media Converter ™ is a low- cost, standalone, IEEE 802.3 single- conversion media converter which converts between: z 10Base- T twisted pair and 10Base-FL single or multi-mode fiber; z [...]

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    2 7 Configuration Instructions 10/100 Autosensing Media Converters features an 8-position DIP switch for configuring the unit. This switch is accessed through a cut-out in the bottom of the unit. After configuring the switch, power down the unit and then power up again for the DIP switch changes to take effect. The follow- ing table provides simpli[...]

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    •I n Force 100 mode , the media converter converts 100Base- TX to 100Base- SX multi-mode or 100Base-FX single -mode fiber; 10 Mbps signals are not accepted. There is no auto-negotiation in Force-100 mode. T o enable Force-100 mode, set switch S7 to the ON position, with switches S6 and S8 in the OFF position. A UTO -N EGOTIATION ON YOUR M EDIA C [...]

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    4 5 L INK F AULT D ETECTION F EATURE Link F ault Detection is only available when using Force-10 or Force-100 mode; it is not available in Auto-Negotiation mode. When LFD is enabled and the input link is down at one interface to the 10/100 Autosensing Media Converter , the transmitter output on that interface is turned off for about 425ms every 3.8[...]