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STEP 2 Enter the IP address of the device you are configuring in the address bar on the ... The default username is cisco and the default password is cisco. Cisco Small Business 300 Series Managed Switch Administration Guide Release 1.3.5 Contents Table of Contents Chapter 1: Getting Started 1 Starting the Web-based Configuration Utility 1 Quick Start Device Configuration 4 Interface Naming Conventions 5 /Window Navigation 7 Chapter 2: Status and Statistics 11 System Summary 11 Viewing Ethernet Interfaces 11 Viewing Etherlike Statistics 13 Viewing 802.1X EAP Statistics 14 Health 15 Managing RMON 15 View Log 23 Chapter 3: Administration: System Log 24 Setting System Log Settings 24 Setting Remote Logging Settings 26 Viewing Memory Logs 28 Chapter 4: Administration: File Management 30 System Files 30 Upgrade/Backup Firmware/Language 33 Download/Backup Configuration/Log 37 Configuration Files Properties 42 Copy/Save Configuration 43 Auto Configuration via DHCP 44 Cisco Small Business 300 Series Managed Switch Administration Guide
Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapters SPA112 Two Port Phone Adapter SPA122 ATA with Router Package Contents • Analog Telephone Adapter • Ethernet Cable • Power Adapter • Quick Start Guide • Product CD-ROM Welcome Thank you for choosing a Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapter. This product family includes the following models: • SPA112 Two-Port Phone Adapter: 2 FXS ports and 1 10/100 WAN port. • SPA122 ATA with Router: 2 FXS ports, 1 10/100 WAN port, 1 10/100 LAN port, and built-in router. This guide describes how to physically install the equipment and how to get started with the configuration. 1 Before You Begin Before you begin the installation, make sure that you have the following equipment and services: • An active Internet account and Voice over IP account • Ethernet cable to connect to your broadband network device • Phone to connect to your SPA112/122 • Phone cable to connect your phone • Optional: Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) to provide backup power 2 Product Features Top Panel 2 Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapters Feature Phone 1 Phone 2 Internet System Description Steady green—On hook. Slow flashing green—Off hook. Off—Port not ready. Flashing green—Transmitting or receiving data through the WAN port. Off—No link. Steady green—System ready, IP address acquired. Slow flashing green—Acquiring IP address. (By default, uses DHCP.) Fast flashing green—Upgrading firmware. Off—No power or system can not boot up. Back Panel Feature Reset Description Using a paperclip or similar object, press this button briefly to restart the unit. Press and hold for 10 seconds to restore the factory default settings. Connect to an analog phone, using an RJ-11 phone cable. Phone 1, Phone 2 (Gray) Ethernet (Yellow) Can be used to connect to a device on your network, such as a computer, using an Ethernet cable. SPA122 Only Internet (Blue) Connect to a broadband network device (DSL or cable modem) or a network router, using an Ethernet cable. Power Connect to a power source, using the provided power adapter. Cisco SPA100 Series Analog Telephone Adapters 3 3 Connecting the Equipment NOTE For wall-mounting instructions, see Mounting the ATA, page 9. STEP 1 Connect one end of the provided Ethernet cable to the Internet (Blue) port. Connect the other end directly to your broadband network deviceConnect one end of a phone cable to the Phone 1 (Gray) port. Connect the other end to your analog phone or fax machine. STEP 2 Connect one end of another phone cable to another analog phone or fax machine. Connect the other end to the Phone 2 (Gray) port. STEP 3 SPA122 Only: Optionally, connect one end of an Ethernet network cable to the ETHERNET (Yellow) port of the ATA. Connect the other end to a device on your network, such as a computer.
RESET Button—There are two ways to reset the access point to the .... seconds, it falls back to the following default static IP address: 192.168.1.245 and a. Cisco Small Business WAP4410N Wireless-N Access Point with Power Over Ethernet Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. To view a list of Cisco trademarks, go to this URL: www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company. (1110R) © 2012 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Document Revision Number OL-19774-02
Before You Begin Minimum Requirements • Computer with web browser. Cisco recommends Internet Explorer version 7 or later or Firefox version 3.6 or later. • Adobe Flash Player version 10.1 or later. • Cisco SPA300 Series or Cisco SPA500 Series IP phones. • Power adapters for the phones, as needed. Cisco SPA300 Series phones always require power adapters. Cisco SPA500 Series phones can receive power from a Power over Ethernet switch. • Ethernet cables to connect IP phones and computers. • Internet service. • Voice over IP service or analog phone service. • Optional: 2GB+ USB Flash key (FAT32 format) for site backups. NOTE To restore these default settings at any time: Using a paperclip or similar object, press and hold the Reset button on the side panel for 10 seconds. CAUTION Before installing the Cisco UC320W into an existing network with another DHCP server, refer to the Smart Designs (see links on page 4). IP address conflicts will result if two DHCP servers are installed on your network. Installation and Configuration 1 Connect a network cable from the WAN port of the Cisco UC320W to your Internet Service or Internet access device. 2 Connect the supplied power cord to the POWER port and to a power outlet. When the device is fully booted, the POWER/SYS light is steady green. 3 Connect your computer to a LAN port on the Cisco UC320W. Do not connect any devices to the LAN ports at this point. Your computer will receive an IP address in the 192.168.10.x range.
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What information should companies provide to investors and creditors? To what extent should auditors be associated with that information? The American Institute of Certified Public Accountants formed the Special Committee on Financial Reporting (the Committee) in 1991 to address those questions because of concerns about the relevance and usefulness of business reporting. The Committee's work is part of the AICPA's broad initiative to improve the value of business information and the public's confidence in it. The broad initiative seeks to: Enhance the utility of business reporting. Improve the prevention and detection of fraud. Assure the independence and objectivity of the independent auditor. Discourage unwarranted litigation that inhibits innovation and undermines the profession's ability to meet evolving financial reporting needs. Strengthen the auditing profession's disciplinary system.
Workforce Training for the Electric Power Sector: Transforming the Nation’s Electric Grid by Training Skilled Workers The deployment of a smart grid—modernizing the Nation’s electric power infrastructure—is currently in the public eye with attention paid predominantly to deployment of advanced equipment, technologies and applications. A less prominent but equally vital factor to the smart grid’s success is the need for a highly skilled electric power sector workforce. The current labor force is aging; a considerable number of the most knowledgeable workers are headed toward retirement. Furthermore, even the most experienced workers often lack the updated skills and training needed to successfully support the advanced systems, tools and devices that make up the smart grid. Critical electric power workforce challenges are highlighted in estimates provided by the U.S. Power and Engineering Collaborative.1 Approximately 45 percent of power system engineers will be eligible for retirement within five years [of the 2009 report date]. Electric utilities will need to hire over 7,000 new power engineers, and two or three times that number of professional engineers may be needed to satisfy the needs of the entire economy. In addition, about 40 percent of key power engineering faculty at U.S. universities will be eligible for retirement in five years. According to the Collaborative, “Few people doubt that, when they flip the switch, the power will be on. Aging trends in the electrical engineering workforce and in existing infrastructure will make it difficult to meet these reliability expectations unless action is taken today. Engineering workforce shortages are already occurring.” To address this need, the U.S.... infrastructure—is ...
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority Smart Grid Workforce Training Program Develop a workforce that is well-trained and committed to the mission of modernizing NTUA's distribution services, including an expeditious and well- Arizona New Mexico built smart grid system. The training program is designed to maximize employment opportunities for citizens of the Navajo Nation located on the reservation. Sacramento Southern California Utility Initiative - Expand training curricula and programs in the Southern California region. The project will raise awareness and interest in careers in utilities, address the predicted number of workers California eligible for retirement, and focus on training the workforce from the local community. The project is also intended to provide an electrical engineering pathway from the community college to the university level. Composite Technology Corporation Smart Grid Workforce Training (Topic B) Workforce Training for Operations and Management of New CTC Facility in Sikeston, MO to Manufacture High Efficiency ACCC (Aluminum Conductor Composite Core) Transmission Conductor - Support training of 200 workers Missouri in hourly production positions, 37 in support positions and 13 in management and technical positions for a conductor manufacturing facility. University Enterprises, Inc. (on behalf of CSU Sacramento) Developing and Enhancing Workforce Training Programs (Topic A) California Smart Grid Workforce Development Network - Engage electric utilities, California State University campuses, California Community Colleges, labor unions, and smart grid manufacturers to create, execute, and California evolve a statewide workforce development strategy. The project's collaborating utilities include PG&E, Southern California Edison, and Sacramento Municipal Utility District.
HVAC Training Center One of a kind" is a phrase often used to describe Alabama Power's HVAC Training Center. Centrally located in the state and overlooking picturesque Mitchell Dam, the state-of-the-art facility has provided training, professional development and continuing education to over 20,000 participants from 40 states and three countries since 1986. The 15,000-square-foot main building houses three classrooms, three laboratories, an auditorium, dining area, computer laboratory, library, offices and administrative area. The three classrooms can easily be expanded to five. The building is equipped with 29 fully operational trainer units from 26 manufacturers; types include air source, geothermal, and dual-fuel heat pumps and commercial heat pump water heaters. The Center's staff has modified the units so participants can address virtually any technical, electrical, refrigerant or air-related questions. The facility features 14 heat pumps mounted on casters and used for tasks such as rewiring electrical systems and re-piping refrigerant systems. Simulators with internally metered devices to reflect time and proper trouble-shooting procedures measure the participant's ability to repair potential problems. In addition to the main building, the Center includes a 1,536-square-foot house with a full basement for duct board fabrication training. One half of the house is of energy-efficient construction; the other half is of conventional construction. Cutaways allow the participant to see the advantages and disadvantages of both types of construction. Together, the facilities offer the most current equipment supplemented by handson, performance-based classroom training. Some courses may be customized and presented at the customer’s location. For more detailed information and a training schedule, call the Training Center at 800-634-0154 or direct written inquires to:...
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