Installation Guide hp StorageWorks NAS 2000s Product Version: 1.0 First Edition (September 2003) Part Number: 345649-001 This installation guide provides information about how to deploy the HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s.
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Contents Contents About this Guide ........5 Overview .
Remote Browser Method (Using Hostname) ....24 Requirements ........24 Procedure .
About This Guide About this Guide This installation guide provides information to help you deploy the HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s. About this Guide “About this Guide” topics include: Overview, page 5 Conventions, page 6 Rack Stability, page 9 Getting Help, page 9 Overview This section covers the following topics: Intended Audience...
Related Documentation In addition to this guide, HP provides corresponding information: HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s Administration Guide HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s Quick Reference and Rack Installation Poster HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s Release Notes Conventions Conventions consist of the following: Document Conventions Text Symbols Equipment Symbols Document Conventions...
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 death.
Any RJ-45 receptacle marked with these symbols indicates a network interface connection. WARNING: To reduce the risk of electrical shock, fire, or damage to the equipment, do not plug telephone or telecommunications connectors into this receptacle. Any surface or area of the equipment marked with these symbols indicates the presence of a hot surface or hot component.
Rack Stability Rack stability protects personnel and equipment. To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage WARNING: to the equipment, be sure that: The leveling jacks are extended to the floor. The full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks. In single rack installations, the stabilizing feet are attached to the rack.
HP Technical Support Telephone numbers for worldwide technical support are listed on the following HP website: http://www.hp.com/support/. From this website, select the country of origin. Note: For continuous quality improvement, calls may be recorded or monitored. Be sure to have the following information available before calling: Technical support registration number (if applicable) Product serial numbers...
Product Overview This chapter provides product definition, product information, and a hardware and software overview of the HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s. Additional information also found in the chapter includes optional features, rear panel connector location, and third-party support. Product Definition and Information The NAS 2000s is a business class NAS solution that provides reliable performance, manageability, and fault tolerance.
Four 146.8-GB, 10,000 rpm U320 universal drives for user data (allows for RAID 5) Two NC7781 10/100/1000 NICs (embedded) Redundant fans Figure 1: NAS 2000s internal SCSI model The following features are included in the NAS 2000s external SCSI model: One Intel XEON 3.06 GHz with 1 MB L3 cache and 512 K L2 cache 1 GB (2 X 512 MB SIMM)
Integrated Lights-Out (iLO) Two mirrored 36-GB, 10,000 rpm U320 universal drives for OS Two NC7781 10/100/1000 NICs (embedded) Redundant fans Four 146-GB, 10,000 rpm U320 universal drives for user data (allows for RAID 5) 4414 Storage Cabinet with redundant power supplies and fans Server Storage Enclosure...
Rear Panel Connectors Figure 3: Rear panel connectors Table 2: Rear Panel Connectors Item Description PCI expansion slots Serial connector (teal) Integrated Lights-Out (iLO Eth) Mouse connector (PS/2) (green) Power connectors Keyboard connector (PS/2) (purple) RJ-45 connector for NIC 1 RJ-45 connector for NIC 2 USB connectors (2) (black) Video connector (blue)
Software Features HP-supplied software included and supported by the NAS 2000s includes: Quick Restore DVD containing the NAS OS image WebUI based on NAS 3.0 Array Configuration Utility (ACU) XE Support HP Insight Manager (CIM) WBEM Win32 — HP Insight Manager base console —...
Third-party supplied software included and supported by the NAS 2000s includes: Microsoft-supplied software components — Windows 2003 “Embedded License” — Microsoft Services for Network File System (NFS) — Microsoft Services for UNIX 3.0 Retail separate CD for user name mapping support in a domain only —...
Configuration Setup This chapter provides information about preinitialization, collecting information, and configuring the HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s using the online method. Details include three methods of system configuration and an overview of storage configuration. Preinitialization Before beginning the installation process, verify that the hardware installation is complete.
Collect Information for Configuration Choose a host name and collect general information before initializing the NAS 2000s. Configuration Information Collect the general information required to initialize the NAS device for both dynamic host configuration protocols (DHCP) and non-DHCP configurations. You will be asked for this information during configuration, as shown in Table 3.
Table 3: Configuration Information Part A: To Be completed for DHCP and non-DHCP configurations Server Host Name: Integrated Lights-Out Integrated Lights-Out Integrated Lights-Out Name: Default User: Password: Note: If NIC teaming is to be implemented, determine which ports will be teamed.
WebUI Configuration The WebUI is designed to be a graphical, easy-to-use application that gathers the necessary information for configuration. The WebUI may be accessed through three methods: RapidLaunch method Remote Browser method (using hostname Direct Attach method Note: You can configure this system through the WebUI or manually through Remote Desktop or Windows Server 2003 Desktop.
Procedure To initialize the NAS 2000s: Caution: Do not power up the NAS device until steps 1 through 5 are completed. 1. Connect the Ethernet cables to the respective network ports of the NAS 2000s and the corresponding network segments. Figure 3 Table 2 on page 14 for the locations of the...
Figure 4: RapidLaunch search screen 8. All the NAS devices found on the network are displayed as shown in Figure 5. It may take several minutes for the NAS device to be found on the network. Note: The RapidLaunch utility will refresh periodically, looking for new devices on the network.
Figure 5: RapidLaunch device discovery screen 9. Select the unconfigured HP StorageWorks NAS 2000s device from the device list. If more than one displays, check the serial number in the System Name column by clicking the appropriate cell. 10. Click Yes in the Security Alert dialog to accept the security certificate.
Remote Browser Method (Using Hostname) The NAS 2000s ships by default with DHCP enabled on the network port. If the system is placed on a DHCP enabled network and the serial number of the device is known, it can be accessed through a client running Internet Explorer 5.5 (or later) on that network, using the 3202 port of the device.
Procedure To initialize the NAS 2000s: 1. Connect the Ethernet cables to the respective network ports of the NAS 2000s and the corresponding network segments. Figure 3 Table 2 on page 14 for the locations of the network ports on the NAS 2000s. 2.
Direct Attach Method You can access the WebUI using a monitor, mouse, and keyboard directly attached to the NAS 2000s. Procedure To initialize the NAS 2000s: 1. Connect the Ethernet cables to the respective network ports of the NAS 2000s and the corresponding network segments. 2.
Rapid Startup Wizard Configuration This utility will guide you through the configuration process. Requirements Ensure that an Internet Explorer window has been opened and the WebUI is at the Rapid Startup Wizard as shown in Figure Figure 7: Rapid Startup wizard screen Note: The Rapid Startup Wizard will be the default page unless you complete the wizard or select the checkbox next to the text that reads,...
Procedure Using the information from Table 3, fill in the screens that follow. 1. Select Next to start the Rapid Startup Wizard (There may be a slight pause because the wizard is gathering information about the system and populating the fields.) 2.
Figure 8: Rapid Startup configuration review screen 10. Click Finish to exit Rapid Startup. If a reboot is required, Rapid Startup displays a message that a reboot is occurring and the configuration information will be set. The browser will return to the status page. The refresh may take several minutes if the device was restarted.
Configure Storage Configure storage by creating disk arrays, logical disks, and volumes. Physical disks can be arranged as RAID arrays for fault tolerance and enhanced performance, then segmented into logical disks of appropriate sizes for particular storage needs. These logical disks then become the volumes which appear as drives on the NAS server.
Creating Logical Disks Continue using the ACU to create logical disks from the array space: 1. Select the array previously created. 2. Select Create Logical Drive from the right pane of the ACU interface. 3. Complete the logical drive creation wizard to designate some or all of the array space as a logical disk.
Creating a Volume To create a Volume on the newly created logical disk: 1. Click the Disks tab and select Volumes. 2. Select the Manage... in the Task section. 3. Select Create New on the Manage Volumes page. 4. Log in to the Remote Desktop session as an administrator. 5.
Creating File Shares Once the storage space is set up, file shares are created by selecting an entire volume or a particular folder on a volume and designating that space as a network volume. That space is then available to groups of client computers on the network. The client computers access this space through a variety of file sharing protocols using the disk space to store their files and folders.
Basic Setup Complete This completes the basic configuration of the HP StorageWorks NAS system, however, some computing environments may require additional settings and configuration as noted below. Completing the System Configuration Most of these tasks can be completed using the HP StorageWorks NAS WebUI.
Index VHDCI SCSI video conventions Alert Email Settings document audience equipment symbols authorized reseller, HP text symbols auto discovery creating disk arrays file shares Basic Setup logical disks 30, volume volumes client types completing system configuration data replication configuration default login 23, 25, 26, collect information default page see also WebUI configuration...
Email Settings NAS B2000 equipment symbols defined Ethernet ports software features 15, configuring NAS b2000 v2 external SCSI loopback cables model, illustrated expansion slots, locations NAS b2000 v2 internal SCSI model, illustrated NAS b2000 v2 rear view, illustrated features Network Interface Information software 15, New Partition Wizard NICs...
RapidLaunch search screen, illustrated technical support, HP related documentation text symbols Remote Desktop Rescan RJ45 connectors USB connectors location user and group permissions Security Alert 23, 25, 26, VHDCI SCSI connector serial connector video connector serial number location, illustrated Shadow Copies warning slot locations rack stability...
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