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Pcie2 Lp 8 Gb 4-Port Fibre Channel Adapter (Fc En0Y; Ccin En0Y) - IBM 74Y4064 Handbook

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v The latest version of enabling libraries and utilities can be downloaded from Fix Central
v IBM Power Systems Prerequisites (
v IBM SSIC (System Storage Interoperation Center)(
v The latest version of the device driver or the IBM Power RAID adapter utilities (iprutils) can be
downloaded from the IBM Service and Productivity Tools website (
v For more information on Linux support, see the Linux Alert website(
This adapter requires the following drivers:
v AIX: devices.pciex.e4148e1614109204
v Linux: bnx2x driver

PCIe2 LP 8 Gb 4-port Fibre Channel Adapter (FC EN0Y; CCIN EN0Y)

Learn about the specifications and operating system requirements for the feature code (FC) EN0Y adapter.
The PCIe2 LP 8 Gb 4-port Fibre Channel Adapter is a PCI Express (PCIe) generation-2, low-profile,
high-performance, x8 short form factor plus (SFF+) Host Bus Adapter (HBA). This adapter enables
multiple logical (virtual) connections to share the same physical port. Each logical connection has its own
resources and the ability to be managed independently. Each port provides single initiator capability over
a fiber link or provides multiple initiator capability with N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV). The ports are
connected by using mini little connectors (mini-LC) type connectors. These connectors use shortwave
laser optics. The adapter operates at link speeds of 2, 4, and 8 gigabits per second (Gbps) and
automatically negotiates to the highest speed possible. LEDs on each port provide information about the
connection status and link speed of the port. The adapter connects to a Fibre Channel switch.
The LEDs on the adapter indicate the TX/RX and link status as shown in Table 57 on page 180.
Figure 81 on page 180 shows the adapter.
Managing PCIe adapters



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