MCR-MGT Chassis Management Module
Management Module for the MCR chassis
- High performance management module for Perle's Converter Chassis
- Manage Media Converter Modules and Ethernet Extender Modules via SNMP, CLI -Telnet/SSH, internet browser, or PerleVIEW Centralized Management Package
- Advanced security features such as TACACS+, RADIUS LDAP, Kerberos and NIS authentication, SSH and secure browser access via HTTPS.
- 10/100/1000 ethernet connection to IPV4 and IPV6 networks
An MCR-MGT Management Module installed in a Perle Converter Chassis provides the most secure Media Converter and Ethernet Extender platform on the market today. Enterprise and carrier-grade security is available through the support of strong authentication systems such as TACACS+, RADIUS and LDAP. Secure in-band access is assured via SNMPv3, SSH CLI and secure HTTPS Internet browser.
MCR-MGT Management Module Features
|Monitor Chassis Resources||Monitor Converter Chassis resources such as voltage levels, fan speed and internal temperature|
|Chassis Resource threshold levels||Set alert generating thershold levels for internal chassis temperature|
|Telnet / SSH CLI access||In-band command line access via Telnet or SSH application|
|Internet Browser access||
|Console port CLI access||Out-of-band command line access via Cisco compatible RJ45 serial console port using common “rolled” CAT5 cable.
Console port can be enabled ( default ) or disabled
|Concurrent management sessions||Run multiple management sessions simultaneously for multiple users|
|Inactivity timeout||Protect secure management sessions by setting an inactivity timeout value|
|Alert event reporting||Alert level events are stored in the local event log and sent as:
|Advanced IP feature set||
|ECO Energy Saver||Energy-saving feature that controls when power is applied to the chassis-based Media Converters and Ethernet Extenders as per a pre-defined user configurable schedule. Define by slot #, day of the week and time of day.
Power to the chassis slots can also be controlled manually by an authorized user.
|Advanced Management User Authentication with primary and secondary server support||
|Advanced Management User Authorization and Accounting||
|Access Control List||An access control list can be created which can filter out only those workstations that are authorized to access the management resources. Filter on IP and/or Ethernet MAC addresses|
|Network Services Filter||Enable only those network services on the management module that are allowed on your network ( Telnet, SSH, HTTP, HTTPS, SNMP )|
|Firmware download||Update the latest level firmware via TFTP or PerleVIEW|
|Indicators / reset|
|Power||Blinking green during startup cycle
Steady green: module has power and is ready
Red : error
|ALM||Red alarm indicator activated when an alert event occurs that engages the chassis alarm relay|
|LKC||Green indicator indicating an active Ethernet link. Blinking indicates RX and TX of data|
|100/1000||Green - 1000 Mbps link
Yellow - 100 Mbps link
Off - 10 Mbps or no Link
|Reset button||Recessed pinhole button resets module|
|Ethernet||10/100/1000Base-T - RJ45|
|Console Port||RS232 Serial RJ45 - Cisco pinout for use with standard CAT5 "rolled cable" (crossover)|
|9600 to 115k bps|
|Odd,even, no parity|
|1/2 stop bits|
|Hardware/software flow control|
|Operating Temperature||0 C to 50 C (32 F to 122 F)|
|Storage Temperature||minimum range of -25 C to 70 C (-13 F to 158 F)|
|Operating Humidity||5% to 90% non-condensing|
|Storage Humidity||5% to 95% non-condensing|
|Operating Altitude||Up to 3,048 meters (10,000 feet)|
( BTU/HR )
|Maximum Power Consumption ( Watts )||2.0|
|Mechanical - Hot swapping Card|
|Edge Connecter||32 pin DIN 41612 / IEC 60603-2 Type B/2 Male. First make, last break for ground and power|
|Card insertion and removal||Captive thumb screws enable fast insertion and removal. Can be further tightened with a screwdriver.|
|Weight||0.15 kg, 0.33 lbs|
|Emissions||FCC Part 15 Class A, EN55022 Class A|
|CISPR 22 Class A
CISPR 32:2015/EN 55032:2015 (Class A)
CISPR 24:2010/EN 55024:2010
|IEC 60950-1(ed 2); am1, am2
|Environmental||Reach, RoHS and WEEE Compliant|
|HTSUS Number: 8517.62.0020|
|CCATS Number: G134373|
|Perle Limited Lifetime Warranty|
*Calculation model based on MIL-HDBK-217-FN2 @ 30 °C
|Ethernet to Fiber in a Campus Network|
The use of chassis-based media converters is a cost effective means in providing fiber connectivity in a campus network. By consolidating Ethernet to fiber conversion in a rack mount media converter chassis, various types of fiber links can be brought into a single wiring closet platform. This simplifies deployment and maintenance and also provides a scalable means to grow your network as needed.
|Extend Ethernet across Twisted Pair or Coaxial Wire|
In this enterprise campus application, up to 18 Managed Ethernet Extenders are installed in the MCR1900 Media Converter Chassis. The 19th slot in the chassis is filled the MCR-MGT Management Module. All Ethernet Extenders in the chassis are managed by SNMP, Telnet or an internet browser interface. By consolidating Ethernet Extension in a rack mount chassis, various types of links can be brought into a single wiring closet platform. This simplifies deployment and maintenance and also provides a scalable means to grow your network as needed.
Distances of up to 3 km ( 10,000 feet ) can be achieved over twisted pair Cat 5,6 or 7 cable.
You can also install along with Ethernet to fiber media converter modules and extend the Ethernet connection over fiber for greater distance.
|Managed Ethernet over Fiber Links|
Manage your multimode to single mode or multimode to multimode link with an MCR200 chassis housing a media converter and management module. Ideal for use in managed networks with low density fiber applications, this Managed Media Converter is connected across a fiber link to a remote media converter. The copper or fiber link on the managed standalone unit can provide vital information and status to network management tools such as SNMP.
|High Density Fiber Distribution from UTP Switch Equipment at Corporate Headquarters|
In this enterprise campus application, up to 18 Perle CM-100 Fast Ethernet to Fiber Media Converters are installed in the MCR1900 Media Converter Chassis. The 19th slot in the chassis is filled the MCR-MGT Management Module. All media converts in the chassis are managed by SNMP, Telnet or an internet browser interface. A remote fiber enabled Ethernet switch is connected directly to the central MCR1900 Chassis. A standalone Media Converter converts the fiber to Ethernet in a fiber-to-desktop application. Another standalone Fiber Media Converter is connected to a remote office Ethernet switch. In all cases, multimode or single-mode fiber can be used. Fiber links can be extended up to 120km using single-mode fiber.
|Enterprise Infrastructure using Fiber Optics
Create a fiber infrastructure for your enterprise network without any wholesale replacement of existing copper-based equipment.