Hp AA-RS2WC-TE Installation Manual

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Product Version: 4.1.x
Third Edition (June 2003)
Part Number: AA-RS2WC-TE
This installation guide provides procedures for setting up, configuring, and managing the
Core Switch 2/64 and Core Switch 2/64 power pak.
For the most current information about the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64, visit the
support Web site located at
http://www.hp.com/products1/storage/products/san/fibreswitches/coreswitch2_64/index.html.

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    This installation guide provides procedures for setting up, configuring, and managing the Core Switch 2/64 and Core Switch 2/64 power pak. For the most current information about the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64, visit the support Web site located at...

  • Page 2: Core Switch

    Hewlett-Packard Company products are set forth in the express limited warranty statements for such products. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Printed in the U.S.A. Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide Third Edition (June 2003) Part Number: AA-RS2WC-TE...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    HP Authorized Reseller ........

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Reinstalling the Chassis Door ........60 Installing the Switch in the Optional HP System/e Rack......61 Powering On for the First Time .

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Contents Setting Network Addresses via a Network Connection......76 Connecting the Core Switch 2/64 to the LAN ....... . . 80 Modifying Domain IDs .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Contents Environmental Status and Maintenance Commands ......118 chassisShow ........... 118 slotShow .

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Replacing the WWN Card ..........161 Replacing the Chassis .

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    HP/UX.........

  • Page 9: Table Of Contents

    15 Assembling the outer rails (HP Rack) ........

  • Page 10: Table Of Contents

    Contents 28 Filler panel for port card slots (version that does not have ejectors) ....129 29 Alignment guides in card slots..........131 30 Sample output for logging into switch 0 from a serial console .

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    Contents Serial Port Pin Outs ..........109 Modem Serial Port Pin Outs .

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    Contents Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 13: Intended Audience, Related Documentation

    Customer host environments, such as Windows or IBM AIX Web Tools Graphical User Interface (GUI), for configuring the switch via a supported Web browser Related Documentation For the most current information about the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64, visit the support Web site located at: http://www.hp.com/products1/storage/products/san/fibreswitches/coreswitch2_64/index. html For information about product availability, configuration, and connectivity, consult your HP account representative.

  • Page 14: Document Conventions

    User input, command and directory Monospace font names, and system responses (output COMMAND NAMES are uppercase and messages) monospace font unless they are case sensitive Variables <monospace, italic font> Website addresses Blue, underlined sans serif font text: http://www.hp.com Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 15: Text Symbols, Equipment Symbols

    About this Guide Text Symbols The following symbols may be found in the text of this guide. They have the following meanings. WARNING: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions in the warning could result in bodily harm or loss of life. Caution: Text set off in this manner indicates that failure to follow directions could result in damage to equipment or data.

  • Page 16: Rack Stability

    About this Guide Any surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols indicates the presence of a hot surface or hot component. Contact with this surface could result in injury. WARNING: To reduce the risk of injury from a hot component, allow the surface to cool before touching.

  • Page 17: Getting Help, Hp Technical Support, Hp Storage Website

    Operating system type and revision level Detailed, specific questions HP Storage Website The HP website has the latest information on this product, as well as the latest drivers. Access storage at: http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/prodserv/storage.html. From this website, select the appropriate product or solution.

  • Page 18: Hp Authorized Reseller

    About this Guide HP Authorized Reseller For the name of your nearest HP authorized reseller: In the United States, call 1-800-345-1518 In Canada, call 1-800-263-5868 Elsewhere, see the HP website for locations and telephone numbers: http://www.hp.com. Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 19: Overview

    The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 is offered in two configurations: the 2/64 and 2/64 Power Pak. Refer to the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Version 4.1 Release Notes for a complete list of management features enabled on your specific switch.

  • Page 20: High Availability

    Allows you to create logical subsets of the fabric to accommodate closed user groups or to create functional user groups within a fabric. For the most current information about the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64, visit the HP support Web site at: http://www.hp.com/products1/storage/products/san/fibreswitches/coreswitch2_64/index.

  • Page 21: Port Side Of Chassis

    Overview For information about product availability, configuration, and connectivity, consult your HP account representative. Industry standard Management Information Base (MIB) support. Automatic self-discovery, discovers and registers host server and storage devices. Web Tools is a GUI to that manages the SAN from a browser, such as Internet Explorer or Netscape.

  • Page 22: Figures 1 Port Side Of The Core Switch 2/64

    Overview Figure 1 identifies port side components. See Table 1 for component descriptions. Slot # SHR-2504A Figure 1: Port side of the Core Switch 2/64 Note: Figure 1 shows a fully populated switch (eight 16-port cards installed). However, the Core Switch 2/64 actually ships with two 16-port cards installed in slots 1 and 2 only.

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    Overview Table 1: Port Side Component Descriptions Item Summary Powers right side of AC branch, slot 6 Power supply #4 through slot 10. Power supply #3 Powers left side of AC branch, slot 1 through slot 5. Power supply #2 Powers right side of AC branch, slot 6 through slot 10.

  • Page 24: Core Switch 2/64 Fibre Channel Ports

    Overview Core Switch 2/64 Fibre Channel Ports Fibre channel port specifications include: Support full duplex link speeds at 2.125 Gbps or 1.0625 Gbps (inbound and outbound). Automatically negotiate to the highest common speed of all devices connected to the port. Operate with short wave length (780-850) and long wave length (1270-1350 nm) Small Form Factor Pluggable (SFP) media transceivers, and SFP-compatible cables.

  • Page 25: Blower Side Components

    Overview 9 10 SHR-2505A Figure 2: Blower side components Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 26

    Overview Table 2: Blower Side Component Descriptions Item Summary Port card and Indicate 16-port card and CP card status. CP card LEDs WWN card and bezel Monitors CP card, 16-port card and power supply assembly status from the blower assembly side of the chassis. The WWN card also stores the chassis serial number and IP addresses assigned to the CP card slots.

  • Page 27: Cabling Summary

    Overview Cabling Summary The following sections describe cabling requirements. Fibre Optic Cable Requirements Each 16-port card slot supports up to sixteen fiber optic transceivers and cables that convert electrical signals to optical signals and back. Each SFP transceiver supports 850nm Short Wave Length (SWL) on multimode fiber optic cable, or 1310 nm Long Wave Length (LWL) on single mode fiber optic cable.

  • Page 28: Cable Management Tray And Cable Guides

    Overview Cable Management Tray and Cable Guides The Core Switch 2/64 ships with two items to assist with cable management: Cable management tray—The cable management tray is attached to the bottom of the chassis, and routes the cables down below the chassis, or out the sides of the chassis.

  • Page 29: Management Summary, Optional Management Features

    Web Tools, an integrated GUI SNMP applications Optional Management Features Refer to the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Version 4.1 Release Notes for a complete list of management and optional software features enabled on the switch. Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 30: Optional Hardware Kits

    30m LC-to-SC multi-mode fc cable 221691-B26** 50m LC-to-SC multi-mode fc cable 221691-B27** SC female to SC female adapter C7534A* 2m LC male to SC male adapter kit C7534A* * premerger HP part number ** premerger Compaq part number Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 31: Managing And Monitoring The Core Switch 2/64

    You can manage the Core Switch 2/64 using any of the management options listed Table 4. For information about inband support, contact the switch provider. The Core Switch 2/64 includes the Fabric OS and is compatible with HP StorageWorks 1 Gb and 2 Gb SAN switches. HP StorageWorks...

  • Page 32: Supported Features

    StorageWorks Fabric OS Version 3.1.x/4.1.x Reference Guide Supported Features The Core Switch 2/64 supports the following software features.Refer to the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Version 4.1 Release Notes to determine which features require purchasing a license key for activation.

  • Page 33

    Overview Fabric Watch —refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric Watch Version 3.1/4.1 User Guide Performance Monitoring —refer to the HP StorageWorks Advanced Performance Monitoring Version 3.1.x/4.1.x User Guide. Extended Fabric —refer to the HP StorageWorks Extended Fabric Version 3.1.x/4.1.x User Guide Remote Switch —refer to the HP StorageWorks Remote Switch Version...

  • Page 34

    Overview Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 35: Core Switch 2/64

    You can install up to two Core Switch 2/64 units in a 42U EIA cabinet. Installs in a mid-mount (Telco) rack, using the Mid-mount Rack Kit, available from the HP supplier (detailed instructions included with kit) This chapter provides the following information: Installation and Safety...

  • Page 36

    Outlines how to install the Core Switch 2/64 as a standalone unit, or in a 9000 Series, 42U or comparable rack Outlines how to install the Core Switch 2/64 in the optional HP System/e Rack Describes how to configure Core Switch 2/64 network addressing...

  • Page 37: Installation And Safety Considerations

    WARNING: A fully populated HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 weighs approximately 250 pounds (113 kg) and requires a minimum of two people and mechanical lift to install it.

  • Page 38

    — Grounded outlets installed by a licensed electrician and compatible with the power cords. — Located close to the 14U HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 chassis and easily accessible. Note: To maximize fault tolerance, connect each power cord to a separate power source.

  • Page 39: Unpack And Verify Carton Contents

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Unpack and Verify Carton Contents Use these steps to unpack and verify Core Switch 2/64 shipping carton contents. Note: Obtain a 1/2 inch socket wrench to remove the pallet bolts. 1. Remove the upper portion of the packing crate while the switch is still in the shipping area to reduce clutter at the installation site.

  • Page 40: Releasing The Crate From The Pallet

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 SHR-2507A Pallet bolts (two on each side) Pallet Figure 3: Releasing the crate from the pallet 5. Remove the brackets. Caution: You must remove the chassis door before lifting the chassis off the pallet.

  • Page 41: Core Switch 2/64 Carton Contents

    If any items are damaged or missing, please contact your authorized reseller. Note: SHR-2506A Figure 4: Core Switch 2/64 carton contents Note: Additional mounting hardware may be included with the switch for mounting in HP racks. Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 42

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Table 5: Core Switch 2/64 Carton Contents Checklist Item Summary Core Switch 2/64 populated with two 16-port cards, two CP cards, four power supplies and three blower assemblies. StorageWorks Fibre Channel Core Switch 2/64 Installation Guide, Release Notes software CD, and license One Accessory Kit containing one ESD grounding strap, sixteen cable guides, and two power cord retainers, with Phillips screws (#4-40), and #1 Phillips screwdriver as a...

  • Page 43: Installation Overview, Selecting An Operating Location, Cooling Requirements

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Installation Overview Install the Core Switch 2/64 in one of the following ways As a standalone unit on a stable table or lab workbench In a rack using the 14U Rack Mount Kit supplied with the switch As a fixed component in the System/e rack Selecting an Operating Location Verify that the switch location meets the following requirements:...

  • Page 44: Power Requirements

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Power Requirements Two AC power cords connect to the switch. The AC power source must meet these requirements: Note: Installing each power cord using two separate sources ensures power supply redundancy. 200 to 240 VAC, 50 - 60 Hertz Protected by a circuit breaker in accordance with local electrical codes Supply circuit, line fusing, and wire size that are adequate according to the electrical rating on the chassis nameplate...

  • Page 45: Removing The Chassis Door

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Removing the Chassis Door You must remove the chassis door before lifting the switch off the pallet. Use these steps to remove the chassis door. Note: To ensure adequate cooling, install the chassis with the port side facing the aisle into which exhaust air is released (usually called the “service aisle”).

  • Page 46: Installing The Core Switch 2/64 On A Flat Surface

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 4. Position the pallet so that the bottom of the chassis is level with the installation surface. 5. If the chassis is on a pallet jack or lift, stabilize the pallet jack or lift to prevent it from moving during the transfer.

  • Page 47: Items Required For Installation

    9000 Series (42U), or comparable rack. Pre-installation Checklist Review the following checklist before installing the switch. Prepare a site plan. For additional product information, go to: http://www.hp.com/products1/storage/products/san/fibreswitches/coreswitch2_64/in dex.html Verify that required technical personnel (two technicians) are available and scheduled for the installation.

  • Page 48: Important Rack Mount Guidelines

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Two power outlets—Identify one power outlet for each of the two power cords. Installing each power cord at two separate sources ensures power supply redundancy. Torque driver—Required to secure the 14U Rack Mount Kit hardware to the rack rails.

  • Page 49

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 A fully populated Core Switch 2/64 weighs approximately 250 WARNING: lbs and requires a minimum of two people and a hydraulic or assisted lift to install it. Before installing, verify that the additional weight of the chassis does not exceed the rack’s weight limits or unbalance the rack, including when some of the cards or power supplies are partially extended out of the chassis.

  • Page 50: Installing The Core Switch 2/64 In A 9000 Series, 42u Rack

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Installing the Core Switch 2/64 in a 9000 Series, 42U Rack Use the following procedure to install the Core Switch 2/64 in the 9000 Series, or comparable 42U rack using the 14U Rack Mount Kit supplied with the switch. Allow approximately 45 minutes to complete this procedure.

  • Page 51: Installing The Left And Right Rack Mount Shelf Brackets

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 b. For rails with square holes, attach the left rack mount shelf bracket to the rack rails using six 1/4-20 x 0.500-inch screws and six square washers. Figure Caution: All 14U Rack Mount Kit hardware and screws are supplied with the Core Switch 2/64.

  • Page 52

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 7. Tighten the screws to a torque of 80-inch pounds. 8. Repeat steps 5 through 7 to install the right rack mount shelf bracket. Note: When finished securing the rack mount shelf brackets, remember to tighten the adjustment screws you loosened in step 3, and torque to 32 inch-pounds.

  • Page 53: For Rails With Square Holes—attaching The Retainer Nuts

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 For Rails with Square Holes—Attaching the Retainer Nuts If installing 14U Rack Mount Kit in rails with square holes (9000 Series, 42U rack), attach retainer nuts to vertical rails on service side of the rack as follows. Note: Use the retainer nuts for rails with square holes only, (9000 Series, 42U rack).

  • Page 54: Attaching The Upper Rack Mount Bracket Assemblies To The Chassis

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 For Rails with Round Holes—Attaching the Clip Nuts If installing the 14U Rack Mount Kit in rails with round holes, refer to this section. Attach the clip nuts to the vertical rails on the service side of the rack as follows.

  • Page 55: Attaching The Left And Right Flat Upper Rack Mount Brackets

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 3. Use four #10-32 x 5/16 inch screws to secure the right and left flat upper rack mount brackets to the chassis. See Figure Note: Orient the slotted holes in the brackets toward the blower side of the chassis (see Figure 8 for orientation).

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    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 5. Attach the two L-shaped brackets to the rack rails farthest from the service aisle. See Figure — For rails with square holes: Attach the two L-shaped brackets to the rack rails, with two of the #1/4-20 x 1/2 inch Phillips panhead screws, and two square washers per bracket.

  • Page 57: Attaching L-shaped Brackets To Rails

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 SHR-2512A Two L-shaped brackets 1/4-20 x 1/2 inch Phillips panhead screws and square washers Aligning top screw in hole #37 Figure 9: Attaching L-shaped brackets to rails Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 58: Finalizing The Rack Mount Procedure

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Finalizing the Rack Mount Procedure Read these sections to install the Core Switch 2/64 into the 9000 Series 42U, or comparable rack. WARNING: A fully populated SAN Core 2/64 weighs approximately 250 lbs and requires a minimum of two people and a hydraulic or assisted lift to install it.

  • Page 59: Attaching The Upper Rack Mount Bracket To The L-shaped Brackets

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 SHR-2513A Figure 10: Attaching the upper rack mount bracket to the L-shaped brackets 2. Tighten screws, and torque to 32 inch-pounds. Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 60: Reinstalling The Chassis Door

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 3. Secure the chassis’ port side to the rack rails using two #10-32 x 5/8 inch screws on each side. SHR-2514A Figure 11: Securing the chassis port side to rack rails 4. Tighten the screws, and torque to 32 inch-pounds. See Figure 11 for screw locations.

  • Page 61: Installing The Switch In The Optional Hp System/e Rack

    Installing the Switch in the Optional HP System/e Rack This section provides instructions for installing the switch in the HP System/e rack. The following hardware is required to install the optional HP System/e Rack Mount Kit: Rails, rear mounting brackets...

  • Page 62: Installing The Mounting Brackets

    The HP System/e Rack installation procedure in this section provides general guidelines for installing a switch in the rack. Please note that the figures show installation of an edge switch. Installing the Core Switch 2/64 in the HP System/e Rack works similarly.

  • Page 63: Installing The Tinnerman Clips

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 4. Install two M5 U-type Tinnerman clips for each of the front columns of the rack in the top and bottom positions of the three-hole pattern as shown in Figure Figure 13: Installing the Tinnerman clips 5.

  • Page 64

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 SHR-2559A Rubber washer (1 of 2) Rear rail tray bracket (1 of 2) Figure 14: Installing the rubber washers b. Insert the alignment pins attached to the outer rail front flange into the center opening in the rack.

  • Page 65: Assembling The Outer Rails (hp Rack)

    Outer rail alignment pins M5 torx screws Figure 15: Assembling the outer rails (HP Rack) 7. Assemble the two inner rails (one on each side) to the switch using (6) #8-32 x 5/16 Phillips pan-head screws, and #8 flat washer as shown in...

  • Page 66: Installing Switch Into The Hp Rack

    SAN Switch 2/16. The procedure is similar for istalling the screws in the Core Switch 2/64. SHR-2562A Figure 17: Installing switch into the HP rack 10. See the next section Powering On for the First Time on page 67 for instructions on applying power to the switch.

  • Page 67: Powering On For The First Time

    Switch 2/64. Installing the Power Cord Retainers HP provides two power cord retainers to hold the AC power cords in place. Phillips screws (#4-40) are included. A #1 Phillips screwdriver is a required tool. Use these steps to attach each power cord retainer onto the AC power inlets.

  • Page 68: Connecting Power Cords

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 4. Tighten both screws. 5. Repeat step 1 through step 4 for the second power cord retainer. Connecting Power Cords Use these steps to connect power to the Core Switch 2/64. 1. Connect the power cords to the power connectors on the Core Switch 2/64, inserting them through the power cord retainers.

  • Page 69: Running Post

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 3. Verify that the power cord has a minimum service loop of 6 inches available at the connection to the switch, and is routed so that it is not exposed to stress. 4. Flip both green AC power switches to 1. The AC power switch LEDs light green.

  • Page 70: Checking Post Results

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Checking POST Results To verify that POST has completed, and the switch is operating normally: Check that all LEDs have returned to a normal state after POST completes (refer to Chapter Interpreting LED Activity, on page 101, for specific LED patterns and their meanings).

  • Page 71: Core Switch Pid Format Summary, Important Information On Checking The Core Switch Pid Format

    Core Switch PID Format enabled, so it is not necessary to change the Core Switch PID format on these switches. For example, the HP StorageWorks SAN Switch 2/32 and HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 always use Core Switch PID format 1. This parameter is always 1 and cannot be changed.

  • Page 72

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 If the Core PID format is set to 0 in switches already running in the SAN, you Note: must follow the procedures in Appendix B, “Updating the Core Switch PID Format” to change the parameter to 1. If the Core Switch PID format is not changed to 1 to match the SAN Switch 2/32’s value, then the switches residing in the SAN will fail to communicate with one another.

  • Page 73: Configuration Overview

    Fabric OS that are earlier than 4.1, those switches must have the Core PID set to “1” in order to join a fabric with switches running Fabric OS v4.0 or later. For HP StorageWorks Fabric OS information on setting the Core PID, refer to the Procedures Version 3.1.x/4.1.x User Guide...

  • Page 74: Preset Configuration Settings

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Preset Configuration Settings Caution: Resetting a logical IP address while the switch is running in the fabric may cause Web Tools, Fabric Watch, SNMP, and other applications to terminate. The Core Switch 2/64 ships with the following factory installed settings: General system parameters (modifiable through the configure command).

  • Page 75: Items Required

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Configuring Core Switch 2/64 Network Addressing You must configure the Core Switch 2/64 to operate correctly within the network and fabric. The following sections describe network addressing procedures. Items Required The following items are required to configure and connect the Core Switch 2/64: Core Switch 2/64 powered on but not connected to a network or fabric Workstation computer with a terminal emulator application (such as HyperTerminal)

  • Page 76: Setting Network Addresses Via A Network Connection

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Setting Network Addresses via a Network Connection Use these steps to set Core Switch 2/64 network addresses. 1. Verify that switch power is on, and POST is complete. Note: Post is complete when all power LED indicators on the 16-port cards and CP cards display a steady green light.

  • Page 77

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 c. Connect the other end of the serial cable to a serial port on the workstation. If necessary, the adapter on the serial cable can be removed to allow for an RJ45 serial connection. d.

  • Page 78

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 3. Determine which CP card is active by entering the following command: haShow This command provides the following information: switch:admin> haShow Local CP (Slot 5, CP0): Active Remote CP (Slot 6, CP1): Standby, Healthy HA Enabled, Heartbeat Up, HA State not in sync 4.

  • Page 79

    The terminal serial port can be used to monitor error messages through a serial connection. HP does not recommend using it as a command interface during normal operations because it only modifies one switch at a time (switch 0 by default).

  • Page 80: Connecting The Core Switch 2/64 To The Lan

    5. Customize the switch names for the logical switches, as follows. Note: HP recommends using the default switch names if possible. Changing the switch name causes a domain address RSCN format to be issued. a. Enter the command switchName with the new name in quotes as follows (sw10 is an example name): switchName "sw10"...

  • Page 81: Modifying Domain Ids

    Core PID set to 1 in order to join a fabric with switches running Fabric OS v4.0 or later. For information on setting the Core PID, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Procedures Version 3.1.x/4.1.x User Guide.

  • Page 82: Connecting Sfps

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Connecting SFPs Use these steps to connect SFPs (Small Form Factor Pluggable) to the Fibre Channel ports as required. Purchase SFPs separately. For purchasing information, refer to Table 3 in the section Optional Hardware Kits Chapter 1, on page 30.

  • Page 83: Connecting Of A Fiber Cable

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Transceivers are keyed so that they can only be inserted with the correct Note: orientation. If the transceiver does not slide in easily, ensure it is correctly oriented. For instructions that are specific to the transceiver model, refer to the transceiver manufacturer’s documentation.

  • Page 84

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 6. Check the fabric for ISLs, switch names, or other status by entering the following command at the telnet prompt: fabricShow This command provides general information about the fabric. 7. After all zoning configurations and other changes are complete, back up the configuration.

  • Page 85: Saving The System Configuration Files, Backing Up The Switch Configuration Settings

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Saving the System Configuration Files Upload the switch configuration file for disaster recovery and keep it in a safe place where it can be easily found. Backing up the configuration after the initial configuration changes is strongly recommended.

  • Page 86: Restoring The System Configuration Settings

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Restoring the System Configuration Settings To restore the system configuration settings from a backup: 1. Verify that the FTP service is running on the host workstation. 2. Log in to the switch as the admin user. 3.

  • Page 87: Setting Up Speed Negotiation

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Setting Up Speed Negotiation There are two methods for configuring the ports on the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64. The port can be set to auto-sensing mode, which allows the port to automatically be configured to the highest speed. Ports can also be set to a fixed speed of either 1 or 2 Gbps.

  • Page 88

    Installing and Configuring the Core Switch 2/64 Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 89: Operating The Core Switch 2/64

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 This chapter describes how to use the Core Switch 2/64, and includes the following topics: Powering the Core Switch 2/64 On and Off, page 90 Operating Information for System Components, page 91 Reviewing Default Configuration Settings, page 99 Interpreting LED Activity, page 101...

  • Page 90: Powering The Core Switch 2/64 On And Off

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Powering the Core Switch 2/64 On and Off Note: To provide power to the switch for the first time, see the section Powering On for the First Time on page 67 in Chapter To power on the Core Switch 2/64: 1.

  • Page 91: Operating Information For System Components, Port Cards

    ISL Trunking is a Fabric OS feature that enables distribution of traffic over the Note: combined bandwidth of up to four ISLs between two directly adjacent switches, while HP StorageWorks ISL preserving in-order delivery. For more information, refer to the Trunking Version 3.1.x/4.1.x User Guide The switch can continue to operate while a port card is being replaced, but any devices connected to the port card must be disconnected.

  • Page 92: Control Processor Cards

    Information about both CP cards, including which card is active, is available through the hashow command. For information about commands and whether they can be entered through the active or standby CP card, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Version 3.1.x/4.1.x Reference Guide.

  • Page 93: Modem Connection

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Available Ports Each CP card provides the following ports: Modem serial port (labeled RS-232)—The modem serial port has an RS-232 connector wired as a DTE device, and is designed to connect to a DCE device, such as a modem.

  • Page 94: Power Supplies

    Table 10 on page 108. Check CP card status using the slotshow and hashow commands.For additional information about these commands, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Version 3.1.x/4.1.x Reference Guide. Power Supplies The Core Switch 2/64 uses up to four power supplies, with a minimum of two required to power a completely loaded chassis.

  • Page 95: Ac Power Input Connectors And Ac Power Switches, Blower Assemblies

    OK, absent, faulty. If a power supply is absent or faulty, contact the switch supplier to order replacement parts, as necessary. For additional information about the psshow command, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Version 3.1.x/4.1.x Reference Guide.

  • Page 96: Wwn Card And Bezel

    OK, absent, or faulty. If any of the blower assemblies are absent or faulty, contact the switch supplier to order replacement parts, as necessary. For additional information about the fanshow command, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Version 3.1.x/4.1.x Reference Guide. WWN Card and Bezel The WWN card and bezel are located at the top of the blower assembly side of the chassis.

  • Page 97

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 The bezel protects the card and identifies each of the LEDs on the WWN card. Together, the WWN card and bezel assembly provide a consolidated view of the LEDs for the two CP cards, eight port cards, and four power supplies. If a slot contains a filler panel, the corresponding LEDs on the WWN card are not illuminated.

  • Page 98: Managing Cables

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Managing Cables Two items are provided to assist with cable management: Cable Management Tray —The Cable Management Tray is attached to the bottom of the chassis, and can be used to route the power cables and other cables down below the chassis or out the sides of the chassis.

  • Page 99: Reviewing Default Configuration Settings

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Reviewing Default Configuration Settings Read the following sections for default configuration settings. Core Switch 2/64 Switch Settings Table 6 lists Core Switch 2/64 default configuration settings. Table 6: Core Switch 2/64 Default Parameters Parameter Default Switch Name for Logical Switch 0 Core Switch Base IP Address for Logical Switch 0...

  • Page 100: Default Virtual Channel Settings

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Table 7: Default Fabric Parameters (Continued) Parameter Default SYNC IO Mode VC Encoded Address Mode Core Switch PID Format Per-Frame Route Priorities Long Distance Fabric Default Virtual Channel Settings Table 8 lists Core Switch 2/64 default virtual channel settings. Table 8: Virtual Channel Settings Parameter Default...

  • Page 101: Interpreting Led Activity

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Interpreting LED Activity System activity and status can be determined through the activity of the LED indicators on the switch. There are three possible LED states: No light Steady light, in one of the following colors: —...

  • Page 102: System Components

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 System Components The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 can contain up to two logical switches, each with its own configuration: one for any 16-port cards in slots 1-4 and one for any 16-port cards in slots 7-10. The 16-port cards can be installed in any combination of slots 1-4 (“switch 0”) and 7-10 (“switch 1”), with one exception:...

  • Page 103: Port Card Leds

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Power LED Status LED Fibre channel ports (16) Port speed LEDs (16) Port status LEDs (16) SHR-2518A Figure 22: 16-port card LEDs Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 104

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Table 9: 16-Port Card LED Patterns Location of LED on Purpose Color of Status of Recommended Card of LED Hardware Action Top LED Power No light 16-port card does Ensure card is (LED is off) not have incoming firmly seated power.

  • Page 105

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Table 9: 16-Port Card LED Patterns (Continued) Location of LED on Purpose Color of Status of Recommended Card of LED Hardware Action Left of Port No light Either the 16-port Verify that Power each port, Status (LED is off) card does not have...

  • Page 106: Cp Card Leds

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Table 9: 16-Port Card LED Patterns (Continued) Location of LED on Purpose Color of Status of Recommended Card of LED Hardware Action Slow-flashing Port is disabled Reset port from yellow (diagnostic tests or workstation. (on 2 portDisable seconds;...

  • Page 107

    There are two CP cards, an active CP card and a standby CP card. The active CP card is the one actively controlling the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64. If the active CP card fails or is uninstalled, the standby CP card automatically becomes the new active CP card.

  • Page 108

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Terminal serial port (also known as a console port) The terminal serial port has an RS-232 signal subset connector that can be used to connect to a PC serial port or dumb terminal. Ethernet port - The Ethernet port has an RJ-45 connector and is capable of speeds of 10/100 Mbps.

  • Page 109: Power Supply Leds

    Power Supply LEDs The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 uses up to four power supplies with a minimum of two required to power a completely loaded chassis. The left power connector provides power to the power supplies in slots #1 and #3 (color-coded blue), and the right power connector provides power to the power supplies in slots #2 and #4 (color-coded yellow).

  • Page 110

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Figure 24 shows the principle parts of the power supply, including the three LED indicators. See Table for a complete description of LEDs and their meanings. Locking tab Handle Power LED Predictive failure LED Fail LED SHR-2520A Figure 24: Power supply LEDs If only one AC power switch is turned on, the fail LED on each of the two power...

  • Page 111

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Table 11: Power Supply LED Patterns Location Purpose Color of Recommended of LED of LED Status of Hardware Action Upper Power No light Power supply does not Ensure Power (LED is off) have incoming power Supply is firmly and is not providing seated, switch...

  • Page 112: Blower Assemblies Leds

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Table 11: Power Supply LED Patterns (Continued) Location Purpose Color of Recommended of LED of LED Status of Hardware Action Lower LED Fail No light Power supply is either Check Power (LED is off) healthy or does not LED.

  • Page 113: Blower Assembly Leds

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 The LEDs patterns may temporarily change during POST and other diagnostic Note: tests. Power LED Fault LED Handle SHR-2521A Figure 25: Blower assembly LEDs Table 12: Blower Assembly LED Patterns Location Purpose Status of Recommended of LED of LED Color of LED...

  • Page 114: Wwn Card Leds

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Table 12: Blower Assembly LED Patterns (Continued) Location Purpose Status of Recommended of LED of LED Color of LED Hardware Action Right LED Fault No light Blower assembly Ensure blower (LED is off) does not have assembly has incoming power.

  • Page 115: Sfps

    Figure 26: WWN card LEDs SFPs The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 accommodates 32 to 128 SFPs (Small Form Factor Pluggable). The SFPs supported are the SWL (short wavelength) and LWL (long wavelength) fibre optics. Shortwave SFPs have black dots visible from the front.

  • Page 116: Interpreting Post Results

    Verify that the switch prompt displays when POST completes. If it does not display, POST was not successfully completed. Contact HP support. Review the system log. Any errors detected during POST are written to the system log, accessible through the errShow command.

  • Page 117: Performing Diagnostic Tests

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Performing Diagnostic Tests The diagnostic tests provided on the switch include tests of internal connections and circuitry, and SFPs and fiber optic cables in use. The tests are implemented by command, either through a telnet session or through a terminal set up for a serial connection to the switch.

  • Page 118: Environmental Status And Maintenance Commands

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 Environmental Status and Maintenance Commands The following commands display environmental and other information. Note: Commands are shown here with mixed capitalization for easier reading, but can be entered with all lower-case characters. chassisShow This command provides information about all the FRU components, as shown in the following truncated example: switch12k:admin>...

  • Page 119: Slotshow

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 slotShow This command displays info about which slots are occupied, as shown in the following example. switch:admin> slotShow Slot Blade Type Status --------------------------------- SW BLADE FAULTY SW BLADE DISABLED SW BLADE ENABLED SW BLADE DIAG RUNNING POST2 CP BLADE ENABLED CP BLADE...

  • Page 120: Psshow

    Operating the Core Switch 2/64 psShow This command displays the current status of the power supplies, as shown in the following example. sw0_155:admin> psShow power supply #1 is OK power supply #2 is OK power supply #3 is OK power supply #4 is OK fanShow This command displays status and RPM of the blower assemblies, as shown in the following example.

  • Page 121: Installing Core Switch 2/64 Frus

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs The Core Switch 2/64 does not require regular maintenance, and is designed to minimize loss of connectivity within the SAN. If any failure does occur, a number of components are available as field replaceable units (FRUs). The power supplies, port cards, CP cards, and blower assemblies can all be replaced in the field without special tools.

  • Page 122: Fru Summary

    If a Fabric Watch license is installed on the Core Switch 2/64, Fabric Watch alarms can be configured for each FRU. For additional product information, go to: http://www.hp.com/products1/storage/products/san/fibreswitches/coreswitch2_64/index. html Notifying the Switch of a Hot Swap You can notify the Core Switch 2/64 of a hot swap request in two ways: the commands slotPowerOff and slotPowerOn, or by clicking the ejector handles on the 16-port card.

  • Page 123: Display Slot Status

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Time Awake: 16 days 555-374757 Part Num: 234-294-12345 Serial Num: 2734658 Revision Num: A.00 CP BLADE Slot: 6 Header Version: Power Consume Factor: Part Num: 60-0001604-02 Serial Num: FP00X600128 Manufacture: Day: 12 Month: Year: 2001 Update: Day: 15 Month:...

  • Page 124: Display Power Supply Status

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Display Component Temperatures Use sensorShow to display current temperature readings, fan status, and Revolutions per Minute (RPM) as shown in the following example. This command is per logical switch. sw0_155:admin> sensorShow sensor 1: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 36 C sensor 2: (Temperature) is Ok, value is 35 C sensor...

  • Page 125: Display Failed Components

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Display Failed Components Use errShow to display the switch error log. The error log lists the status of marginal/failed components. The following example shows that the Switch 0 blower assembly has failed. sw0_155:admin> errshow Error 15 -------- 0x2e3 (fabos): Dec 29 15:57:34 Switch: 0, Error FW-BELOW1, 3, envFan001 (Env Fan 1) is below...

  • Page 126: Port Card Or Filler Panel Summary

    Install a filler panel in any empty slots to ensure correct cooling of the chassis and protection from dust. For more information about how to check the status of hardware components using command line interface, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Procedures Version 3.1.x/4.1.x User Guide. Caution: Disassembling any part of a 16-port card or filler panel voids the part warranty and regulatory certifications.

  • Page 127: Time And Items

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Time and Items Time and items required to replace a filler panel or 16-port card are: Time required: Less than 10 minutes. Items required: — ESD (electrostatic discharge) grounding strap — Workstation computer Replacing a Filler Panel or 16-port Card Use these steps to replace a filler panel or 16-port card.

  • Page 128: Filler Panel For Port Cards (version That Has Ejectors)

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs SHR-2523A Figure 27: Filler panel for port cards (version that has ejectors) Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 129: Filler Panel For Port Card Slots (version That Does Not Have Ejectors)

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Figure 28: Filler panel for port card slots (version that does not have ejectors) 2. To remove a 16-port card, you must first turn off power to the card slot: a. Log on the switch from a terminal emulator application, (such as HyperTerminal on Windows systems, or TERM in a Unix or Linux environment).

  • Page 130

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs e. Wait for the Power LED to turn off. Caution: If removing a 16-port card, wait for the Status LED to turn off before removing the card. Disconnect any SFP transceivers and cables from the 16-port card. g.

  • Page 131: Alignment Guides In Card Slots

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs SHR-252 Figure 29: Alignment guides in card slots d. Close the ejectors by rotating the black handles toward the center of the 16-port card or filler panel until the ejectors lock. The levering action of the handles seats the 16-port card or filler panel in the slot.

  • Page 132: Recommendations For Cable Management

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs The LED patterns may temporarily change during POST and other diagnostic Note: tests. 5. Install SFP transceivers and cables in the 16-port card, as required. Refer toChapter Connecting SFPs on page 82. Recommendations for Cable Management You can manage cables in a variety of ways, such as routed down through the cable management tray or routed out either side of the chassis, and by using patch panels or cable channels on the sides of the cabinet.

  • Page 133: Cp Card Summary

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs CP Card Summary The following sections describe the recommended procedure for CP card removal and installation. The Core Switch 2/64 continues to operate without interruption during this procedure if at least one CP card remains installed. However, if the CP card you’re replacing is currently the active CP card, traffic over the fabric stops temporarily until failover to the standby CP card is complete.

  • Page 134: Confirming A Failed Cp Card

    — Function fail messages for the CP master For complete information about diagnostic and error messages, refer to the Diagnostics and System Error Message Reference and the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Procedures Version 3.1.x/4.1.x User Guide. If none of the previous items are true, and you have not already confirmed the CP card failure with the switch supplier, contact the switch supplier before continuing.

  • Page 135: Recording Critical Switch Information

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Recording Critical Switch Information 1. Create a serial connection to the healthy CP card: a. Disable any serial communication programs running on the workstation (such as synchronization programs). b. Insert a serial cable into the terminal serial port (second serial port from the top;...

  • Page 136: Sample Output For The Hashow Command

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs 3. Enter the hashow command to determine which CP card is active (see Figure 31). SW0:admin> haShow Local CP (Slot 5, CP0): Active Remote CP (Slot 6, CP1): Standby, Healthy HA enabled, Heartbeat Up SWO:admin> Figure 31: Sample output for the hashow command Note: Enter all remaining commands from the serial console for the active CP card,...

  • Page 137: Logging In To Switch 0 From A Serial Console, Then Failing Over

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Fabric OS (cp1) cp1 Console Login: admin Password: Enter Switch Number to Login <0 or 1>: 0 SW0:admin> hashow Local CP (Slot 6, CP1) : Active Remote CP (Slot 5, CP0) : Standby HA Enabled, Heartbeat Up SW0:admin>...

  • Page 138: Backing Up The Configuration For Logical Switch 0 And Switch 1

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs 10. Log into logical Switch 1 and back up the current configuration for Switch 1 (see Figure 33): a. From the serial console for the healthy CP card, enter the login command. b. Log in to the switch as Admin and enter 1 to log in to Switch 1. c.

  • Page 139: Replacing A Filler Panel Or Cp Card

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Replacing a Filler Panel or CP Card Use these steps to remove a filler panel or CP card. Caution: Wear an ESD grounding strap when handling a CP card. The chassis provides a grounding connection above the power connectors. Hold the CP card by the edges of the metal pan (not by the ejectors).

  • Page 140

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs 4. Notify the switch of a hot swap request by pushing the yellow tab on each ejector in, and pushing the black handles slightly open until you hear a click. Wait for the Status LED to turn off. Note: Wait for the Status LED to turn off in response to the hot-swap request before uninstalling the card.

  • Page 141: Aligning The Cp Card

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Do not force the card or filler panel in the slot. If the 16-port card or Caution: filler panel does not slide in easily, adjust the alignment with the rail guides accordingly. SHR-252 Figure 34: Aligning the CP card 7.

  • Page 142: Verifying Operation Of The New Cp Card

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs — Serial cable to the terminal serial port — Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port Note: Do not route cables in front of the exhaust vent. About the CP Card (or RTC) Battery Each CP card includes a lithium carbon-monoflouride coin cell battery with a 10-year life expectancy.

  • Page 143: Sample Output For Hashow Command Before Redundancy Is Achieved

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs If not, POST is not complete or the CP cards have not yet achieved redundancy (as shown in Figure 35). Wait a minute or two and reenter the command, until you can verify that redundancy has been achieved. SW1:admin>...

  • Page 144: Sample Output For The Version And Firmwareshow Commands

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs For Fabric OS v4.0.0c and later firmware, the firmwareshow command is available. SW1:admin> version Kernel: 2.4.2 Fabric OS: v4.0.0 Made on: Fri Feb 1 23:02:08 2002 Flash: Fri Feb 1 18:03:35 2002 BootProm: 3.1.13b SW1:admin> SW1:admin>...

  • Page 145: Sample Output For The Firmwaredownload Command

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs For more information about the firmwaredownload command, refer to the HP StorageWorks Fabric OS Version 3.1.x/4.1.x Reference Guide. SW1:admin> firmwaredownload Server Name or IP Address: 123.456.78.90 User Name: user File Name: /v4.0.2/release.plist Password: xxxxxx Full Install (Otherwise upgrade only) [Y]:...

  • Page 146: Sample Output For Logging In To Switch 0 From A Serial Console

    Note: Entering the configshow command a filter prints out approximately HP StorageWorks 1000 lines. For more information about this command refer to the Fabric OS Version 3.1.x/4.1.x Reference Guide. This limits the command output to entries that contain that text string (see Figure 40).

  • Page 147: Sample Output For The Configshow Command With "fabric" As Filter

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs SW0:admin> configshow “fabric” fabric.domain:5 fabric.ops.BBCredit:16 fabric.ops.E_D_TOV:2000 fabric.ops.R_A_TOV:10000 fabric.ops.dataFieldSize:2112 fabric.ops.mode.fcpProbeDisable:0 fabric.ops.mode.isolate:0 fabric.ops.mode.longDistance:0 fabric.ops.mode.noClassF:0 fabric.ops.mode.tachyonCompat:0 fabric.ops.mode.unicastOnly:0 fabric.ops.mode.useCsCtl:0 fabric.ops.mode.vcEncode:0 <remaining output not shown> SW0:admin> Figure 40: Sample output for the configshow Command with “fabric” as filter 11. Enter the haenable command. 12.

  • Page 148

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs SW0:admin> switchdisable SW0:admin> configdownload Server Name or IP Address [host]: 123.456.78.90 User Name [None]: user File Name [config.txt]: config.txt Password: xxxxxx Committing configuration...done. download complete SW0:admin> SW0:admin> switchenable 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 fabric: Principal switch fabric: Domain 1 SW0:admin>...

  • Page 149: Power Supply Summary

    Power Supply Summary The Core Switch 2/64 continues to operate during the replacement if at least one power supply continues operating for every four 16-port cards installed. HP recommends a minimum of two power supplies. Note: You do not need to notify the Core Switch 2/64 of a hot swap request before removing a power supply.

  • Page 150

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs If the Core Switch 2/64 will operate during the replacement procedure, check the LEDs to verify that the minimum of two power supplies are functioning before removing a power supply. 1. Determine whether adequate power to keep the chassis operating is available throughout the replacement.

  • Page 151: Power Supply And Filler Panel

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs d. To install a filler panel, orient it so that the handle is vertical and side tabs are on right, then push into the slot. 4. Verify the top LED on the power supply (see Figure 42) displays a steady green light.

  • Page 152

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Disassembling any part of the power supply voids the part warranty Caution: and regulatory certifications. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the power supply. 5. If the chassis was powered down, flip both AC switches to 1. The AC power switches light up green when power is being supplied, and the Core Switch 2/64 performs POST (power-on self-test) by default.

  • Page 153: Blower Assembly Summary

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Blower Assembly Summary The Core Switch 2/64 requires a minimum of two operating blower assemblies. The switch continues operating during replacement only if the two remaining blower assemblies continue to operate. If more than one blower must be turned off at the same time, the Core Switch 2/64 should be turned off to prevent overheating.

  • Page 154

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs 2. Remove the blower assembly from the chassis, as follows. a. Use the screwdriver to loosen the thumbscrews at the top and bottom of the blower assembly. b. Push in the top of the handle, then pull out the lower part and pull the blower out of the chassis.

  • Page 155

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs 3. Install the new blower assembly in the chassis, as follows. a. Orient the blower assembly as shown in Figure 43 and slide into the chassis, pushing firmly to ensure it is seated. 9 10 SHR-2525A Figure 43: Replacing the blower assembly b.

  • Page 156

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Disassembling any part of the blower assembly voids the part WARNING: warranty and regulatory certifications. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the blower assembly. Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 157: Replacing Sfps

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Replacing SFPs Use these steps to replace SFPs. Note: Purchase SFPs separately. For purchasing information, refer to Table 4 Chapter 1. Remove the appropriate cable from the SFP. 2. Disconnect the faulty SFP module from the port. 3.

  • Page 158

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Transceivers are keyed so that they can only be inserted with the correct Note: orientation. If transceiver does not slide in easily, ensure it is correctly oriented. For instructions that are specific to the transceiver model, refer to the transceiver manufacturer’s documentation SHR-2517A Figure 44: Replacing a fiber cable...

  • Page 159: Replacing The Cable Management Tray

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Cable Management Tray Summary The cable management tray is attached to the bottom of the chassis, and routes the cables down below the chassis, or out the sides of the chassis. Time and Items Time and items required to replace the cable management tray include: Time required: Less than 5 minutes Items required: #2 Phillips screwdriver Replacing the Cable Management Tray...

  • Page 160

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs SHR-2526A Figure 45: Cable management tray b. Position and tighten the two screws removed in step 3a. c. Arrange the cables through or along the tray as required. Note: Routing the power cables out each side of the chassis is recommended. Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 161: Replacing The Wwn Card

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Replacing the WWN Card The WWN card is located on the non-port side of the chassis, underneath the WWN bezel. Before replacing the WWN card, verify the necessity of the replacement with the switch support personnel. The Core Switch 2/64 WWN card is highly reliable and contains redundant components.

  • Page 162: Replacing The Chassis

    Installing Core Switch 2/64 FRUs Replacing the Chassis The Core Switch 2/64 chassis is highly reliable. Before replacing the chassis, verify the necessity of the replacement with the switch support personnel. Replacing the chassis requires powering off the Core Switch 2/64, disconnecting all cables, and gaining root access to the Core Switch 2/64.

  • Page 163: Running Routine Operations

    Running Routine Operations This chapter provides the following information: Backing Up System Configuration Settings, page 164 Restoring the System Configuration Settings, page 165 Upgrading Firmware, page 166 Verifying Optional Software Licenses, page 167 Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 164: Backing Up System Configuration Settings

    Running Routine Operations Backing Up System Configuration Settings Use these steps to upload a backup copy of the configuration settings to a host computer. Note: The Core Switch 2/64 running Fabric OS V4.0 or later supports firmware backups and updates via FTP only. 1.

  • Page 165

    Running Routine Operations Restoring the System Configuration Settings Use these steps to restore the configuration settings from a backup. Note: The Core Switch 2/64 running Fabric OS V4.0 or later supports firmware backups and updates via FTP only. 1. Verify that the FTP service is running on the host workstation. 2.

  • Page 166: Upgrading Firmware

    Running Routine Operations Upgrading Firmware Use the following procedure to upgrade Core Switch 2/64 firmware. 1. This command upgrades both CPs in the switch. If you what to upgrade a single CP only, please use -s option. This command causes the active CP to reset.

  • Page 167: Verifying Optional Software Licenses, Enabling Licensed Features

    Once you have purchased these features you are provided with a key to unlock the feature. Refer to the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Version 4.1 Release Notes to determine which features require purchasing a license key for activation.

  • Page 168

    Running Routine Operations Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 169: Technical Specifications

    Technical Specifications This appendix describes the Core Switch 2/64 technical specifications, including: Core Switch 2/64 Components, page 170 System Specifications, page 171 Dimensions, page 173 System Weight, page 174 Facility Requirements, page 175 Power Specifications, page 176 Environmental Requirements, page 177 Memory Specifications, page 180 POST and Boot...

  • Page 170: Core Switch 2/64 Components

    Technical Specifications Core Switch 2/64 Components The Core Switch 2/64 consists of the following components: A 14U chassis, designed to be mounted in a standard 19-inch rack. Up to two Core Switch 2/64 switches may be mounted in a standard 42U rack. Port cards in configurations of 2, 4, or 8 cards per chassis, with: —...

  • Page 171: System Specifications

    Technical Specifications System Specifications Table 13 lists system specifications for the Core Switch 2/64. Table 13: Core Switch 2/64 System Specification Specification Description Configurable Port Types F_Port, FL_Port, and E_Port connections EMI Rating The Core Switch 2/64 conforms to the Electromagnetic Interference (EMI) radiation levels specified by the following regulations: FCC Rules &...

  • Page 172

    Technical Specifications Table 13: Core Switch 2/64 System Specification (Continued) Specification Description Routing Capacity A minimum aggregate routing capacity of four million frames per second is provided for Class 2, Class 3, and Class F frames in a 64-port switch. Data Transmission Up to 500 m (1,625 ft.) for short-wavelength optical Range...

  • Page 173: Dimensions

    Technical Specifications Dimensions Table 14 lists physical specifications for the Core Switch 2/64. Table 14: Physical Specifications Dimension Value Height 14U or 24.11 inches Depth 27.9 inches (70.9 cm) Depth with Door 28.7 inches (72.9 cm) Width 17.2 inches (43.7 cm) Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 174: System Weight

    Technical Specifications System Weight Table 15 lists weight specifications for the Core Switch 2/64. Table 15: Component Weight Component Value Fully Loaded Chassis 248 lbs (113 kg) Empty Chassis 104 lbs (47.1 kg) Door 7.6 lbs (3.4 kg) Blower Assembly 8.8 lbs (4 kg) Power Supply 7.0 lbs (3.2 kg)

  • Page 175: Facility Requirements

    Technical Specifications Facility Requirements The facility where the Core Switch 2/64 is in use must meet the following requirements to provide for correct operation: Power requirements for a physical inlet: — Input Power Requirements: 200-240 VAC, 12A, 50-60 Hz — Recommended Power Connector: IEC 320, EN60320 C19-Angled, 16A/250VAC Adequate supply circuit, line fusing, and wire size, as specified by the electrical rating on the chassis nameplate.

  • Page 176: Power Specifications

    Technical Specifications Power Specifications The power supplies are universal and capable of functioning worldwide without using voltage jumpers or switches. They meet IEC 61000-4-5 surge voltage requirements and are autoranging. Each power supply has its own built-in fan for cooling, pushing the air towards the port side of the chassis. Table 16 specifications represent fully loaded systems.

  • Page 177: Environmental Requirements

    Technical Specifications Environmental Requirements Table 17 lists the environmental operating ranges for the Core Switch 2/64. The requirements for nonoperating conditions are also provided. Table 17: Environmental Requirements Acceptable Range Acceptable Range During Condition During Operation Non-Operation ° ° Ambient to 40 Celsius outside -25°...

  • Page 178: Data Transmission Ranges

    Technical Specifications Data Transmission Ranges Table 18 displays the data transmission ranges for different cable types and port speeds. Table 18: Laser Data Transmission Range Port Cable Size Speed (microns) Short Wavelength Long Wavelength 1 Gbps 1,640 feet (500 meters) 1 Gbps 62.5 984 feet (300...

  • Page 179: Port Card Specifications, Fibre Channel Port Specifications

    Technical Specifications Port Card Specifications Port card specifications only include specifications for the Fibre Channel ports. Fibre Channel Port Specifications The Fibre Channel ports in the Core Switch 2/64 support full duplex link speeds at 2.125 or 1.0625 Gbps inbound and outbound, automatically negotiating to the highest common speed of all devices connected to the port.

  • Page 180: Memory Specifications

    Technical Specifications Memory Specifications Each CP card contains the following memory: Main memory: 256 MB SDRAM (32 Bits wide) Flash memory: — User flash: 16MB of 16-bit wide memory, stored in two 8MB banks — Compact flash: 256MB, partitioned in two 128MB sections Boot flash: 512K bytes of 8-bit for system boot Note: The centralized memory maximizes the overall switch throughput by...

  • Page 181

    Technical Specifications 9600 baud 8 data bits, no parity 1 stop bit no flow control A 10 ft. (3.0m) serial cable is provided with the switch; it can be converted from a DB-9 serial cable to an RJ-45-style serial cable by removing the adapter on the end of the cable.

  • Page 182

    Technical Specifications The modem port can be used for attaching a modem to each CP card. The Core Note: Switch 2/64 detects modems only during the power-on or reboot sequences, and automatically initializes them for operation. If modems are connected to an operating switch, a power on/off cycle, reboot, or fast reboot is required in order to detect the modem(s).

  • Page 183: Post And Boot Specifications

    Technical Specifications POST and Boot Specifications The Core Switch 2/64 performs POST by default each time the chassis is powered on (“cold boot”) or the Core Switch 2/64 is rebooted or reset. The Core Switch 2/64 can be rebooted using the switchreboot, reboot, or fastboot commands.

  • Page 184: Extensive Information On The Pid Format

    Technical Specifications Extensive Information on the PID Format This section provides best practices for updating an existing production SAN to the new PID format. In addition to the core PID format update process, there are a number of very common scenarios in which a device may be assigned a new PID. Therefore the procedures included in this section are applicable to other areas of SAN administration, and should be generally useful to any SAN administrator.

  • Page 185

    Technical Specifications In new installations, the PID format should always be set to the new addressing method before the fabric enters production. When updating an existing SAN, there are several scenarios which must be evaluated before changing the PID format. Proactively setting the core PID format on all new fabrics before they enter production will prevent the need to update those fabrics in the future.

  • Page 186: Data Collection

    Technical Specifications devices. These procedures are applicable to any of a broad class of routine maintenance tasks; indeed, they would apply to these devices in many scenarios with any Fibre Channel switch in any addressing mode. While this section is not comprehensive, it should give a SAN administrator the information needed to plan and execute a successful core PID format update, and also provide useful information for other SAN management tasks.

  • Page 187: Data Analysis

    Technical Specifications Any kind of device could bind by PID. While the vast majority of devices do not do so, each device should be evaluated prior to attempting an online update. This is a non-comprehensive list of information to collect, which would be both generally useful and relevant to the PID update process: HBA driver versions Fabric OS versions...

  • Page 188: Empirical Testing

    PID, as binding by PID creates management difficulty in a number of scenarios. The drivers shipping by default with HP/UX and AIX at the time of this writing still bind by PID, and so detailed procedures are provided for these operating systems in the final section of this overview.

  • Page 189: Update Plan Creation

    Technical Specifications If you use one of the first two options, the procedures should again be validated in the test environment. Some multipathing software installations handle fabric failover gracefully and quickly. There are quite a few variables which affect this, including but not limited to: HBA time-out values Multipathing software time-out values...

  • Page 190: Offline Update Plans

    Technical Specifications 8. Once the fabric has reconverged, use the cfgenable command to update zoning. For any devices manually bound by PID, update their bindings. This may involve changing them to the new PIDs, or may (preferably) involve changing to WWN binding. For any devices automatically bound by PID, two options exist: —...

  • Page 191: Online Update

    Technical Specifications Bringing Devices Online Bring the devices online in the order appropriate to the SAN. This usually involves starting up the storage arrays first, and the hosts last. For any devices manually bound by PID, bring the device back online, but do not start applications.

  • Page 192: Offline Update, Hybrid Update

    Technical Specifications idea to avoid running backups during the update process, as tape drives tend to be very sensitive to I/O interruption. Backup all data with verification, then update one fabric at a time, verifying I/O at each step in the process. Offline Update It is possible to execute an offline update with less advance planning.

  • Page 193: Detailed Procedures

    Q: Where can I get more information on upgrading to larger switches? A: Refer to the SAN Design Guide and HP support. Detailed Procedures These procedures are not intended to be comprehensive. They provide a starting...

  • Page 194

    Technical Specifications 3. If you are not using multipathing software, unmount the volumes from their mount points using the umount command as shown in the following example: umount /mnt/jbod 4. If you are using multipathing software, use that software to remove one fabric's devices from its configuration.

  • Page 195

    0 0/0/1/1.2.0 adisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST39204LC /dev/dsk/clt2d0 /dev/rdsk/c1t2d0 disk 1 0/0/2/1.2.0 adisk CLAIMED DEVICE HP DVD-ROM /dev/dsk/c3t2d0 /dev/rdsk/c3t2d disk 319 0/4/0/0.1.2.255.14.8.0 adisk CLAIMED DEVICE SEAGATE ST336605FC /dev/dsk/c64t8d0 /dev/rdsk/c64t8d0 disk 320 0/4/0/0.1.18.255.14.8.0 adisk NO_HW DEVICE SEAGATE ST336605FC /dev/dsk/c65t8d0 /dev/rdsk/c65t8d0...

  • Page 196: Ibm Aix Procedure

    20. Validate that the entry is removed by using the ioscan -funC disk command. Notice in the following example that the NO_HW entry is no longer listed. het46 (HP-50001)> ioscan -funC disk Class I H/W Path Driver S/W State H/W Type...

  • Page 197

    Technical Specifications 4. If you are not using multipathing software, unmount the volumes from their mount points using the umount command and the following syntax: umount <mount_point> For example: umount /mnt/jbod 5. If you are using multipathing software, use that software to remove one fabric's devices from its configuration.

  • Page 198

    Technical Specifications Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 199: Regulatory Compliance

    Regulatory Compliance Notices This appendix includes the following regulatory compliance information: Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers, page 200 Federal Communications Commission Notice, page 201 Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien), page 203 European Union Notice, page 204 Japanese Notice, page 205 Taiwanese Notice, page 206 RRL EMC Statement (Korea), page 207 Laser...

  • Page 200: Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers

    Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, your HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 is assigned a series number. The series number for this product is: Series NA2108. The series number can be found on the product label, along with the required approval markings and information.

  • Page 201: Federal Communications Commission Notice

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Federal Communications Commission Notice Part 15 of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Rules and Regulations has established Radio Frequency (RF) emission limits to provide an interference-free radio frequency spectrum. Many electronic devices, including computers, generate RF energy incidental to their intended function and are, therefore, covered by these rules.

  • Page 202: Declaration Of Conformity For Products Marked With Fcc Logo—united States Only

    Modifications The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by HP may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Network and Serial Cables...

  • Page 203: Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien) The Canadian Notice include Class A Equipment and Class B Equipment. Class A Equipment This Class A digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations, ICES-003. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada, NMB-003.

  • Page 204: European Union Notice, Germany Noise Declaration

    Regulatory Compliance Notices European Union Notice Products with the CE Marking comply with both the EMC Directive (89/336/EEC) and the Low Voltage Directive (73/23/EEC) issued by the Commission of the European Community. Compliance with these directives implies conformity to the following European Norms (the equivalent international standards are in parenthesis): EN55022 (CISPR 22)—Electromagnetic Interference EN50082-1 (IEC801-2, IEC801-3, IEC801-4)—Electromagnetic Immunity...

  • Page 205: Japanese Notice

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Japanese Notice VCCI EMC Statement (Japan) Harmonics Conformance (Japan) Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 206: Taiwanese Notice

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Taiwanese Notice BSMI EMC Statement (Taiwan) Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 207: Rrl Emc Statement (korea)

    Regulatory Compliance Notices RRL EMC Statement (Korea) Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 208: Laser Safety Warnings, Laser Product Label

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Laser Devices All systems equipped with a laser device comply with safety standards, including International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 825. With specific regard to the laser, the equipment complies with laser product performance standards set by government agencies as a Class 1 laser product. The product does not emit hazardous light;...

  • Page 209: Laser Information, Laser Safety, Certification And Classification Information

    Regulatory Compliance Notices This label indicates that the product is classified as a CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT. This label appears on a laser device installed in your product. Laser Information Feature Description Laser Type Semiconductor GaAIAs Wave Length 780 nm ± 35 nm Divergence Angle 53.5 degrees ±...

  • Page 210: Product Information

    Regulatory Compliance Notices The following figure shows the Class 1 information label that appears on the metal housing of the SFP. CLASS 1 LASER PRODUCT 21 CFR(J) Product Information Each communications port consists of a transmitter and receiver optical subassembly. The transmitter subassembly contains internally a semiconductor laser diode in the wavelength of either 850 nanometers (shortwave laser) or 1310 nanometers (longwave laser).

  • Page 211: Battery Replacement Notice

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Battery Replacement Notice Your switch is equipped with a lithium manganese dioxide, a vanadium pentoxide, or an alkaline internal battery or battery pack. There is a danger of explosion and risk of personal injury if the battery is incorrectly replaced or mistreated. Replacement is to be done by an authorized service provider using the spare designated for this product.

  • Page 212: Regulatory Certifications

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Regulatory Certifications The Core Switch 2/64 is certified for the safety and EMC (electromagnetic compatibility) specifications listed in Table Table 21: Core Switch 2/64 Regulatory Certifications Country Safety Specification EMC Specification Canada CSA 22.2 No. 60950 Third Ed. ICES-003 Class A United UL 60950 Third Ed., Info.

  • Page 213: Electrostatic Discharge, Grounding Methods

    Electrostatic Discharge Summary To prevent damaging the system, be aware of the precautions you need to follow when setting up the system or handling parts. A discharge of static electricity from a finger or other conductor may damage system boards or other static-sensitive devices.

  • Page 214

    Electrostatic Discharge Summary If you do not have any of the suggested equipment for proper grounding, have a HP authorized reseller install the part. Note: For more information on static electricity, or for assistance with product installation, contact your HP authorized reseller.

  • Page 215

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems This appendix describes how to set up and configure modems, and includes the following information: Setting Up and Installing Modems, page 216 Connecting Modems to the Core Switch 2/64, page 218 Setting Up a Remote Modem System, page 220 Verifying the Modem Connection, page 222...

  • Page 216: Setting Up And Installing Modems

    Note: The Core Switch 2/64 detects modems only during power-on, reboot, or a CP card failover sequence. HP recommends setting up the modems before powering on the Core Switch 2/64 or connecting it to the fabric. High availability of the modem connection can be ensured by connecting a...

  • Page 217

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems Figure 46: Core Switch 2/64 with two modems connected Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 218: Connecting Modems To The Core Switch 2/64

    Caution: HP recommends powering off the Core Switch 2/64 before connecting cables to the modem ports. HP also recommends powering off the Core Switch 2/64 before connecting cables to the modem ports. To connect modems to the Core Switch 2/64: 1.

  • Page 219

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems 6. Connect the Y adapter to an appropriate analog telephone line, and document the dial-in number for later use. 7. Power on the modems and verify that the Modem Ready indicator illuminates on both units. 8.

  • Page 220: Setting Up A Remote Modem System

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems Setting Up a Remote Modem System This section provides instructions for setting up a remote modem for testing purposes, using a terminal emulation program on a computer that has an attached modem. This procedure is only required if a dial-out modem facility is not already available for testing the Core Switch 2/64 modem connections.

  • Page 221

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems For Windows systems, or with TERM on a Unix environment, enter the following parameters: Parameter Value Port Speed (bits per second) 115200 * Data Protocol Standard EC Compression Enabled Flow control Hardware Databits Parity None Stop bits Modulation Standard...

  • Page 222: Verifying The Modem Connection

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems Verifying the Modem Connection This section provides information about how to verify that the modems are correctly connected. Note: This procedure requires either a telco system to dial-in to the modems or a terminal emulation program on a laptop or workstation that has an attached modem. See the section Setting Up a Remote Modem System on page page 220 for...

  • Page 223

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems 9. Log into the switch from the remote client as Admin. The default password is password. Note: If the Off Hook lamp illuminates on the standby CP card modem, recheck the modem cable connection to the active CP card. 10.

  • Page 224

    Setting Up and Configuring Modems Core Switch 2/64 V4.1 Installation Guide...

  • Page 225

    glossary This glossary defines terms used in this guide or related to this product and is not a comprehensive glossary of computer terms. AL_PA Arbitrated Loop Physical Address; a unique 8-bit value assigned during loop initialization to a port in an arbitrated loop. Alias Address Identifier An address identifier recognized by a port in addition to its standard identifier.

  • Page 226

    Glossary Bandwidth The total transmission capacity of a cable, link, or system. Usually measured in bps (bits per second). May also refer to the range of transmission frequencies available to a network. See also Throughput. BB_Credit Buffer-to-buffer credit; the number of frames that can be transmitted to a directly connected recipient or within an arbitrated loop.

  • Page 227

    Glossary Community (SNMP) A relationship between a group of SNMP managers and an SNMP agent, in which authentication, access control, and proxy characteristics are defined. See also SNMP. Connection Initiator A port that has originated a Class 1 dedicated connection and received a response from the recipient.

  • Page 228

    Glossary EIA Rack A storage rack that meets the standards set by the Electronics Industry Association. Enabled Zone Configuration The currently enabled configuration of zones. Only one configuration can be enabled at a time. End-to-end Flow Control Governs flow of class 1 and 2 frames between N_Ports. See also EE_Credit. Error As applies to Fibre Channel, a missing or corrupted frame, time-out, loss of synchronization, or loss of signal (link errors).

  • Page 229

    Glossary FL_Port Fabric Loop Port; a port that is able to transmit under fabric protocol and also has arbitrated loop capabilities. Can be used to connect an NL_Port to a switch. FLOGI Fabric Login; the process by which an N_Port determines whether a fabric is present, and if so, exchanges service parameters with it.

  • Page 230

    Glossary GBps GigaBytes per second (1,062,500,000 bytes/second). Host Bus Adapter; the interface card between a server or workstation bus and the Fibre Channel network. A Fibre Channel wiring concentrator that collapses a loop topology into a physical star topology. Nodes are automatically added to the loop when active and removed when inactive.

  • Page 231

    Glossary Loop Initialization Primitive; the signal used to begin initialization in a loop. Indicates either loop failure or resetting of a node. Looplet A set of devices connected in a loop to a port that is a member of another loop. Management Information Base;...

  • Page 232

    Glossary Phantom Address An AL_PA value that is assigned to an device that is not physically in the loop. Also known as phantom AL_PA. A twenty-bit public address created for an 8-bit loop device to allow public devices to access it. Phantom Device A device that is not physically in an arbitrated loop, but is logically included through the use of a phantom address.

  • Page 233

    Glossary Public Device A device that can log into the fabric and support 20-bit addresses (or has 20-bit phantom addresses created for it by the switch). Public Loop An arbitrated loop that includes a participating FL_Port, and may contain both public and private NL_Ports.

  • Page 234

    Glossary Single Mode The fiber optic cabling standard that corresponds to distances of up to 10 km between devices. SNMP Simple Network Management Protocol. An internet management protocol that uses either IP for network-level functions and UDP for transport-level functions, or TCP/IP for both. Can be made available over other protocols, such as UDP/IP, because it does not rely on the underlying communication protocols.

  • Page 235

    Glossary Transmission Character A 10-bit character encoded according to the rules of the 8B/10B algorithm. Transmission Word A group of four transmission characters. Trap (SNMP) The message sent by an SNMP agent to inform the SNMP management station of a critical error.

  • Page 236

    Glossary Zone Configuration A specified set of zones. Enabling a configuration enables all zones in that configuration. Zone A set of devices and hosts attached to the same fabric and configured as being in the same zone. Devices and hosts within the same zone have access permission to others in the zone, but are not visible to any outside the zone.

  • Page 237

    43, 45, management overview alignment guides managing ANSI protocol requirements cabling applications, supported Canadian Notice (Avis Canadien) authorized reseller, HP carton contents automatic self-discovery CE marking certifications, regulatory chassis backing up system configuration settings blower assembly side bandwidth, aggregate...

  • Page 238

    Index firmwaredownload haenable data transmission range haShow declaration of conformity psShow 120, default sensorShow 119, configuration settings slotShow 123, fabric parameters component temperatures hostnames configDownload native IP addresses configUpload switch names configurable port types virtual channel settings configuration diagnostic tests files, saving about LED indicators...

  • Page 239

    Index Fabric Manager illustration fabric OS alignment guides inside card slots fanShow command 120, blower assembly 113, fcc class cable management tray A compliance notice CP card B compliance notice local modem setup federal communications commission (fcc) notice package contents power supply and filler panel fiber optic protective plugs setting up a remote modem...

  • Page 240

    Index link speed online update plans ethernet port optical ports, specifications 24, ethernet ports out-of-band support Fibre Channel ports logical switches PID format port cards management server determining status management tools operating information managing ports configuration Fabric Manager ethernet 93, management server ethernet ports out-of-band...

  • Page 241

    Index procedure RS-232 connector removing and installing blower assembly modem ports terminal serial ports removing and installing cable management tray battery 21, removing and installing CP card or filler NVRAM 21, panel verifying CP card operation verifying modem connections safety specifications protocol, ANSI saving configuration files psShow command 120,...

  • Page 242

    Web Tools 29, weights websites HP storage weight specifications Taiwan notice World Wide Name (WWN) technical support, HP WWN bezel telnet, maximum number of sessions WWN card temperatures information stored requirements operating information terminal device settings...

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