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    Turn the television or radio antenna until the interference stops.

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    Plug the equipment into an outlet that is on a different circuit from the television or radio. (That is, make certain the equipment and the television or radio are on circuits controlled by different circuit breakers or fuses.)

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    C H A P I T R E 1

    Guide dintroduction

    propos de ce guideCe guide fournit des instructions sur lutilisation de la Configurateur express pour configurer votre commutateur Catalyst pour la premire fois. Vous trouverez aussi des renseignements sur les options de gestion du commutateur, les procdures de base de montage sur rack, les connexions de port et de module, les procdures de connexion dalimentation et daide de dpannage.

    Pour des renseignements supplmentaires sur linstallation et la configuration des commutateurs Catalyst 2960, consultez la documentation Catalyst 2960 sur Cisco.com. Consultez aussi les Instructions dutilisation aussi sur Cisco.com pour obtenir des renseignements sur les exigences du systme, les remarques importantes, les limites, les bogues existants et ceux qui ont t rsolus et les mises jour de dernire minute les plus rcentes.

    Lorsque vous utilisez des publications en ligne, rfrez-vous aux documents qui correspondent la version du logiciel IOS Cisco que le commutateur utilise. La version du logiciel se trouve sur ltiquette IOS Cisco sur le panneau arrire du commutateur.

    Pour obtenir les traductions des avertissements apparaissant dans cette publication, consultez le Regulatory Compliance and Safety Information for the Catalyst 2960 accompagnant ce guide.

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  • Chapitre 1 Guide dintroductionSortir ce dont vous avez besoin

    Sortir ce dont vous avez besoin Suivez ces tapes :

    1. Dballez et sortez le commutateur et lensemble daccessoires de la bote dexpdition.

    2. Remettez le matriel demballage dans lemballage dexpdition et conservez-le pour une future utilisation.

    3. Vrifiez si vous avez reu les lments illustrs dans la section Contenu de la bote dexpdition . Si des articles sont manquants ou endommags, veuillez contacter votre reprsentant ou revendeur Cisco pour sinformer sur la dmarche suivre. Certains modles de commutateurs peuvent comprendre des lments supplmentaires qui ne sont pas illustrs.

    quipement ncessaire pour excuter le Configurateur expressVous devez fournir cet quipement pour excuter la Configurateur express :

    PC

    Cble Ethernet (Catgorie 5) droit (tel quillustr)

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  • Chapitre 1 Guide dintroductionSortir ce dont vous avez besoin

    Contenu de la bote dexpdition

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  • Chapitre 1 Guide dintroductionExcuter le Configurateur express

    Excuter le Configurateur expressLors de la premire configuration du commutateur, vous devriez utiliser le Configurateur express pour entrer les renseignements IP initiaux. Ceci permet au commutateur de se connecter aux routeurs locaux et lInternet. Vous pouvez ensuite accder au commutateur par ladresse IP pour une configuration avance.

    Pour excuter le Configurateur express :

    tape 1 Vrifiez quaucun priphrique nest connect au commutateur, car pendant la configuration express, le commutateur sert de serveur DHCP. Si votre PC possde une adresse IP statique, vous devriez modifier les paramtres de votre PC pour utiliser DHCP temporairement avant de commencer.

    tape 2 Branchez le cordon dalimentation AC au commutateur et une prise c.a. mise la terre. Lautotest la mise sous tension (POST, power-on self test) dbute. Pendant le POST, le DEL clignote pendant quune srie de tests vrifie que le commutateur fonctionne adquatement. Le comportement du DEL pendant le POST est imprvisible et peut varier.

    tape 3 Attendez que le commutateur ait complt le POST. Le commutateur peut prendre plusieurs minutes avant de terminer le POST.

    tape 4 Vrifiez si le POST est termin en confirmant que le DEL SYST clignote rapide

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