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The ICX500 Gateway (Item no: 100 2000 100)

The ICX500 Gateway is the latest generation Intelligent Communication Platform from Zenitel.


Connectors

Connector Type Description
Ethernet Eth0 / Eth1 Two 100Mbps ethernet interfaces. Each Ethernet port is equipped with LED indicators for link and activity.
Power 24-48VDC ICX500 is powered from a DC power supply with nominal voltage 24VDC or 48VDC
Console port RS232 RJ45 RS232 port is the RJ45 part of the dual connector RS232/USB. This is a console port for debugging purposes only.
Com parameters: 115.200 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit.
USB USB A
USB micro-B
ICX500 features one USB A and one USB micro-B connector
Fault Relay 3 pole terminal block Fault relay is used to indicate system status together with Fault LED
SD card Micro SD card Used for external storage or system recovery (Behind protection lid)
Factory Default Button Tact switch Used for resetting ICX500 to factory default settings (Behind protection lid)


Rear view of the ICX500 Gateway



Power

Connecting power to the ICX500

The ICX500 Gateway must be powered by a 24VDC or a 48VDC external power supply unit (PSU). Minimum power rating is 24W.

The IPS-AC1 from Zenitel is a 48VDC PSU, with input voltage range 85-264 VAC. It is designed for DIN-Rail mounting.

The Power Supply IPS-AC1 (Item no: 100 2510 000)



Network

The ICX500 Gateway has two RJ-45 ethernet ports for IP communication. Ethernet port 0 (Eth 0) is by default configured as a Management port, allowing connection to the embedded web server (ICX Web) and connection of the PC configuration tool AlphaPro. Default IP addresses:

  • Eth0: Static IP address 169.254.1.5
  • Eth1: Obtains IP address automatically (DHCP)


Start up and initial configuration

  1. Power up the IXC500 Gateway
  2. Watch the LEDs. During startup the Power LED and the Fault LED will be lit. The system uses approx. 20 seconds to start up. When up and running, the green status LED will start flashing.
  3. The ICX500 comes with an embedded web server (ICX Web), which provides functions for system configuration, monitoring and upgrade. Initial connection is done by connecting a laptop to Eth port 0, open a web broswer (e.g. Firefox or Chrome), and log on to the web server using IP address 169.254.1.5. (Default Username/Password = admin/alphaadmin).
  4. Upgrade the software of the ICX500 to the latest version. Upgrade is done from the web interface of the gateway. This will ensure that the system has the latest features, bug fixes and security updates.


Status LEDs

The ICX500 Gateway has a number of status LEDs. The same LEDs are located both in front and at the rear side of the unit.

LED Description
Power Steady green when the ICX500 is powered up
Status Flashing green when the ICX is running
Fault Steady amber when the system reports an error. The LED will be lit during application or system reset, or if there is a temperature alarm.
Active Steady blue when the ICX500 is operational. In a system with redundant servers, the Active LED will be lit on the operational gateway, and not lit on the standby gateway
Link Steady green when the ethernet link 0 or 1 is up. There is one LED for each ethernet port
RX/TX Flashing when receiving or trransmitting data on ethernet port 0 or 1.


Fault Relay

The fault relay will trigger when the system reports an error. In normal operation the relay is energized, so it will also trigger on power outage.

Fault is reported:

  • During Application or System reset
  • If there is a Temperature alarm (Thresolds are 75C on PCB, 95C on CPU)
  • If Power failure


User configuration

  • AlphaPro is the Windows application used for configuration of the ICX500 system. Configuration of user data, such as Directory Numbers, Direct Access Keys, Group Calls etc. is done from AlphaPro.
Note icon ICX500 is supported from AlphaPro ver. 12 or higher


Factory Reset (cold boot)

The factory reset button is used to restore the ICX500 to factory settings. The factory reset (cold boot) button is located on rear side of the ICX500, behind the same protection lid as the micro SD card. The following procedure must be carried out to restore the ICX500 to factory settings:

  • Press and hold the factory default button while powering up the ICX500 gateway
  • Keep the button pressed for at least 10 seconds, then release the button

Factory reset will:

  • Delete all existing configuration data, and load default configuration
  • Set all IP Settings to default (E.g. IP adresses, Filters, IP Routing). Eth0 will get IP address 169.254.1.5, subnet mask 255.255.0.0.


Factory reset can also be done from the ICX Web: System Maintenance > System Recovery > Load Factory Defaults


Software upgrade

  • It is highly recommended to Upgrade the software of the gateway to the latest version. Upgrade is done from the web interface of the gateway. This will ensure that the system has the latest features, bug fixes and security updates.


Accessing the SD Card and Factory Default button

The SD Card and the Factory Default button are located behind a protective lid.

Opening the lid to access SD card and the factory default button
  1. Locate the lid, it is between the fault relay and the power connector
  2. Loosen the screw, but don't remove. Use a "Torx 6" tool.
  3. Lift the lid out at the buttom side (Picture 1)
  4. Remove the lid (Picture 2)
  5. The SD card slot and factory default button are now accessable
  6. Replace the lid in reverse order


Dimensions & Mounting

Dimensions

ICX500 dimensions


Wall/Shelf Mounting

Using the mounting bracket IA-MB1 (Item no: 100 2500 020), the ICX 500 can be mounted on any flat surface such as a wall or shelf. The following procedure is for a mounting on a wall as an example.

1. Mount the bracket to the wall using the 3 screws provided.

ICX500 Mounting1.png


ICX500 Mounting2.png


2. Slide the ICX500 unit into the bracket
3. Secure the ICX500 unit to the bracket using the 4 clips provided.


ICX500 Mounting3.png



To have logo and connection annotations in the correct viewing orientation, you may slide the unit top or bottom down into the bracket depending on whether it is mounted on a wall, desk or shelf.


Rack Mounting

Using the ICX500 rack shelf IA-RS1 (Item no: 100 2500 010), two ICX500 units can be mounted side by side in a 19" 1HU rack.

ICX500 MountingRack1.png



ICX500 MountingRack2.png


Use the 8 countersunk type M4 screws for securing the unit to the IA-RS1 rack shelf.

The ICX500 also has 2 diagonally positioned securing holes for M4 bolts with a maximum insertion depth of 4 mm. These can be used to secure the ICX500 if the above methods are not available.



Additional information

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