HP 1606 Hardware Reference Manual

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8-Gb SAN Switch Hardware Reference Guide
Abstract
This document provides information on installing, configuring, and maintaining the 8-Gb SAN family of HP
StorageWorks Fibre Channel switches. This document is intended for system administrators and technicians with
knowledge of SANs and HP StorageWorks Fibre Channel switches.
Part Number: 5697-0291
Sixth edition: July 2010

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    HP StorageWorks 8-Gb SAN Switch Hardware Reference Guide Abstract This document provides information on installing, configuring, and maintaining the 8-Gb SAN family of HP StorageWorks Fibre Channel switches. This document is intended for system administrators and technicians with knowledge of SANs and HP StorageWorks Fibre Channel switches. Part Number: 5697-0291 Sixth edition: July 2010...

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Feature comparison of base and upgraded products ............... 23 Available licenses ......................23 Port side of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch ................24 Nonport side of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch ..............25 Installing and activating Port Upgrade licenses ................25 SAN Switch ISL Trunking groups ....................

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    Installing Field-Replaceable Units ....................75 8/8 SAN Switch and 8/24 SAN Switch FRU units ..............75 8/40 SAN, FCoE Converged Network, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch FRU units ....76 Verifying fan assembly FRU replacement ................76 Fan assembly ........................76 Fan assembly LEDs ......................

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    Replacing an 8/80 SAN Switch or Encryption SAN Switch power supply ........80 Power supply ........................82 SAN Switch management features ....................82 4 Technical specifications ..............85 Weight and physical dimensions ....................85 Memory ..........................85 Facility requirements ........................86 Electromagnetic compatibility ....................

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    Estonian notice ........................ 104 Finnish notice ........................104 French notice ........................105 German notice ......................... 105 Greek notice ........................106 Hungarian notice ......................106 Italian notice ........................106 Latvian notice ........................107 Lithuanian notice ......................107 Polish notice ........................107 Portuguese notice ......................

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    Port side of the FCoE Converged Network Switch ............21 Nonport side of the FCoE Converged Network Switch ..........21 Port side of the HP 1606 Extension SAN Switch ............24 Port numbering on the 1606 Extension SAN Switch ............. 24 Nonport side of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch ............

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    Port side LEDs on the 1606 Extension SAN Switch ............70 Installing an SFP in the upper row of port slot ............. 75 Nonport side LEDs ....................76 8/80 and Encryption SAN Switch fan assemblies on the nonport side ......78 Inserting the fan assembly in the 8/80 SAN Switch .............

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    Laser data transmission ranges for the Encryption SAN Switch and FCoE Converged Network Switch ...................... 91 Laser data transmission ranges for the 1606 Extension SAN Switch Fibre Channel ports ........................92 GbE data transmission ranges for the 1606 Extension SAN Switch ........ 92 Data flow latency for the FCoE Converged Network Switch ..........

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    Document conventions ..................... 97...

  • Page 11: Hp Storageworks 8-gb San Switches, Overview, Hp 8-gb San Switch Models

    FCoE Converged Network Switch provides low-latency lossless CEE ports, and 8-Gb FC ports in a single switch. The 1606 Extension SAN Switch is a platform for FCIP, enabling the transmission of Fibre Channel data over long distances, in addition to providing 8-Gb FC ports for switching and routing.

  • Page 12: Power Pack+ Models, And 8/24 San Switch Features

    Web Tools, and Advanced Zoning), and Power Pack+ software (ISL Trunking, Advanced Perform- ance Monitor, and Fabric Watch). • HP StorageWorks 1606 Extension SAN Switch Ships with 6 Fibre Channel SFP ports and two active GbE ports. It includes a Full Fabric license. •...

  • Page 13: Port Side Of The 8/8 And 8/24 San Switch

    • Provides the EZSwitch Setup Wizard for easy setup and basic configuration. • Provides on-demand scaling of 8 to 24 ports. • Operates as a fully functional switch or an NPIV Access Gateway (with all ports licensed only). • Integrates ISL Trunking (requires an optional license) and enables up to eight ports between a pair of switches to be combined to form a single, logical ISL switch with a speed of up to 64 Gb/s (128 Gb/s full duplex) for optimal bandwidth utilization and load balancing.

  • Page 14: Enabling E_ports On The 8/8 San Switch, San Switch Features

    Installing and activating Port Upgrade licenses, page 25. Enabling E_Ports on the 8/8 SAN Switch The 8/8 SAN Switch model requires that you purchase the HP StorageWorks Full Fabric Upgrade License (part number T4261A) to enable E_Ports (the 8/24 SAN Switch ships with the Full Fabric license installed).

  • Page 15: Nonport Side Of The 8/40 San Switch, Activating Additional 8/40 San Switch Ports

    1. System status (top) and power (bottom) LEDs 5. USB port 2. System RS-232 console port (RJ-45) 6. Fibre Channel port status LED 3. System Ethernet port 7. Fibre Channel port 4. Ethernet port LEDs (green/amber) Figure 2 Port side view 8/40 SAN Switch Nonport side of the 8/40 SAN Switch The nonport side includes the two redundant power supply fan assemblies and the corresponding status LEDs.

  • Page 16: San Switch Features, Port Side Of The 8/80 San Switch

    • To enable ports 24 through 31, you must purchase and install one upgrade license. • To enable ports 32 through 40, you must purchase and install a second upgrade license. Installing and activating Port Upgrade licenses, page 25. 8/80 SAN Switch features •...

  • Page 17: Nonport Side Of The 8/80 San Switch And The Encryption San Switch

    1. 8/80 SAN Switch 9. FC ports 16–23 2. Switch ID pull-out tab 10. FC ports 24–31 3. Status LED (top) power LED (bottom) 11. FC ports 32–38 4. Console port 12. FC ports 40–47 5. Ethernet port 13. FC ports 48–55 6.

  • Page 18: Activating Additional 8/80 San Switch Ports, Encryption San Switch Features

    1. 8/80 SAN Switch 5. Fan assembly #2 2. Nonport side 6. Fan assembly #1 3. Power supply #2 7. Power supply #1 4. Fan assembly #3 Figure 5 Nonport side view 8/80 SAN Switch Activating additional 8/80 SAN Switch ports By default, the 8/80 SAN Switch model integrates 48 licensed ports (ports 0 through 47).

  • Page 19: Port Side Of The Encryption San Switch

    • Compliance with encryption standards: AES256-XTS 1619.1 (for disk); AES256-GCM IEEE 1619.2 (for tape) • Smart Card • Hardware-based key management and generation • IR Fabric Service (optional) to enable encryption capabilities across multiple fabrics • NPIV support • Two hot-swappable, redundant power supply FRUs •...

  • Page 20: Fcoe Converged Network Switch Features, Port Side Of The Encryption San Switch

    1. Status LED 5. RJ-45 management port 2. Power LED 6. RJ-45 serial console port 3. RJ-45 GE ports (for clustering and re-keying) 7. USB port 4. Smart Card reader 8. Fibre Channel ports (0–31) Figure 6 Port side of the Encryption SAN Switch FCoE Converged Network Switch features The FCoE Converged Network Switch has the following features: •...

  • Page 21: Port Side Of The Fcoe Converged Network Switch

    3. Fan assembly #2 Figure 8 Nonport side of the FCoE Converged Network Switch 1606 Extension SAN Switch features A fully licensed 1606 Extension SAN Switch has the following features: • FCIP capability • Includes up to eight FCIP tunnels.

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    FICON Accelerator for IBM TotalStorage z/OS Global Mirror (aka, XRC) and FICON Tape (requires an optional license). The 1606 Extension SAN Switch has the following hardware features: • Up to 16 Fibre Channel SFP ports supporting Fibre Channel Switching or Fibre Channel Routing Services, with link speeds of 1-, 2-, 4-, or 8-Gb/s •...

  • Page 23: Feature Comparison Of Base And Upgraded Products, Available Licenses

    GbE ports are shown as Disabled when you execute the switchshow command. • On the base 1606 Extension SAN Switch, you can configure the two GbE ports (ge0 and ge1) for use with either copper or optical cables (physically separate ports are provided).

  • Page 24: Port Side Of The 1606 Extension San Switch

    4. GbE ports: ge0–ge5 (SFP) Figure 10 Port numbering on the 1606 Extension SAN Switch A fully licensed 1606 Extension SAN Switch can have two trunking groups. Group 1 consists of Fibre Channel ports 0–7, and group 2 consists of Fibre Channel ports 8–15.

  • Page 25: Nonport Side Of The 1606 Extension San Switch, Installing And Activating Port Upgrade Licenses

    Nonport side of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch Figure 11 shows the nonport side of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch, which contains the combined power supplies and fans. 1. Fan and power supply assembly #2 7. Fan assembly 1 2. Fan and power supply assembly #1 8.

  • Page 26: San Switch Isl Trunking Groups

    Install the license: Log in to the switch as admin. Issue the licenseadd command, followed by the license key enclosed in quotation marks. (The license key consists of approximately 16 uppercase and lowercase letters and numerals.) IMPORTANT: Enter the license key exactly as issued. If you enter the key incorrectly, the license will not function properly.

  • Page 27: Supported Sfp Transceiver Options, Trunking Groups Example

    1m active copper SFP+ AP818A cable 10GbE CEE ports 3m active copper SFP+ AP819A cable 5m active copper SFP+ AP820A cable 8Gb/s short-wave SFP+ AJ716A 1606 Extension switch Fibre Channel 8Gb/s long-wave SFP+ AJ717A 8-Gb SAN Switch Hardware Reference Guide...

  • Page 28: Gb San Switch Software Options

    Switch product Port type Option Part number 4Gb/s short-wave SFP AJ715A 4Gb/s long-wave SFP AK870A 4Gb/s extended long- AN211A wave SFP 8Gb/s extended long- AW538A wave SFP 4Gb/s short-wave SFP AJ715A 4Gb/s long-wave SFP AK870A 1GbE FCIP ports 4Gb/s extended long- AN211A wave SFP 1GbE copper SFP...

  • Page 29: Gb San Switch Hardware Options, Optional Hardware Kits

    HP StorageWorks Extension SAN Switch Advanced LTU • HP StorageWorks 1606 Extension SAN Switch FICON Control Unit Port LTU • HP StorageWorks 1606 Extension SAN Switch Integrated Routing LTU (purchase for 1606 Extension SAN Switch only) • HP 1606 Switch FICON CUP Accelerator LTU •...

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    Hardware kit Order number 50 m LC-SC multi-mode FC cable 221691-B27 NOTE: For the latest information on hardware and software components, see the B-series Switches section of the HP Storage Networking website: http://www.hp.com/go/san. HP StorageWorks 8-Gb SAN Switches...

  • Page 31: Installing And Configuring An 8-gb San Switch, Shipping Carton Contents, San Switch Shipping Carton Contents

    2 Installing and configuring an 8-Gb SAN Switch This chapter provides information about and instructions to install and configure an 8-Gb SAN Switch. Shipping carton contents Figure 13 Table 4 identify shipping carton contents for a typical 8-Gb SAN Switch. The shipping configuration for your model can vary.

  • Page 32: Installation And Safety Considerations, Electrical Considerations, Gb San Switch Shipping Carton Contents

    Table 4 8-Gb SAN Switch shipping carton contents Description One accessory kit, containing the following items: • HP StorageWorks product documentation: • HP StorageWorks 8-Gb SAN Switch Quick Start Instructions • HP StorageWorks SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit Installation Instructions •...

  • Page 33: Environmental Considerations, Rack Mount Considerations, Cabling Considerations

    Environmental considerations Before installing the switch, verify that the following environmental requirements are met: • Install the switch with the nonport side, which contains the air intake vents, facing the cool-air aisle. • All equipment in the rack forces air in the same direction, to avoid taking in exhaust air. •...

  • Page 34: Items Required For Installation, Installing The Switch As A Standalone Device

    • If you are using ISL Trunking, consider grouping cables by trunking groups. The cables used in trunking groups must meet specific requirements, as described in the Fabric OS Administrator's Guide. • For easier maintenance, label the fiber optic cables, and record the devices to which they are connected.

  • Page 35: Installing The Switch Using The San Switch Rack Mount Kit

    CAUTION: Do not connect the switch to the network until the IP address is set. See Setting the switch IP address” on page 46. Installing the switch using the SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit The SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit is supplied with your 8-Gb SAN Switch. Use the SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit for installations in the following HP StorageWorks custom racks only: •...

  • Page 36: Installing The Hp San Switch Rack Mount Kit In Your Hp Custom Rack

    8/40, 8/80 SAN Switches, FCoE Converged Network Switch, Encryption SAN Switch, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch NOTE: All devices require 10 screws except for the Encryption SAN Switch, 1606 Extension SAN Switch, and FCoE Converged Network Switch, which require only 6 screws.

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    Item Description 10 #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips panhead screws with captive star lock washers 8 #10 alignment washers 8 #10 adapter washers Two 1/4-20 hex nuts with captive star lock washers Two 1/4-inch flat washers CAUTION: For proper airflow, the SFP+ media side of the SAN Switch must face the rear of the rack. This allows air to enter the front of the rack and exit from the rear.

  • Page 38: Installing The Rear Mounting Brackets (hp 10000 Series Rack)

    Attach the rear mounting brackets to the rear rack uprights. • For an HP 10000 Series Rack, assemble each of the brackets using two #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips panhead screws with captive star lock washers and two #10 adapter washers, as shown in Figure •...

  • Page 39: Installing The Outer Rails (hp 10000 Series Rack)

    Assemble the outer rails. Attach the left outer rail and the right outer rail to the rear mounting brackets using two 1/4-20 hex nuts with captive star lock washers attached loosely, as shown in Figure Do not tighten the nuts. Figure 16 Installing the outer rails (HP 10000 Series rack) Depending on the rack you are using, complete one of the following tasks: •...

  • Page 40: Assembling The Outer Rails (hp System/e Rack), Screws Required To Assemble The Inner Rails

    41. • To attach the inner rails to the FCoE Converged Network Switch, Encryption SAN Switch, or 1606 Extension SAN Switch, use two screw holes marked R and one screw hole marked 16. Installing and configuring an 8-Gb SAN Switch...

  • Page 41: Securing The Inner Rails To An Mp Router

    R and one marked 16. Attaching both rails requires six screws. This figure also applies to the Encryption SAN Switch, FCoE Converged Network Switch, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch. Figure 20 shows an inner rail attached to the 4/64 SAN Switch with five screws, using the rail screw holes marked 16.

  • Page 42: Installing The Plenum, Attaching The Plenum To A 4/8 Or 4/16 San Switch

    If you are installing one of the following devices, install the plenum included in the switch accessory kit: • 8/8 SAN Switch • 8/24 SAN Switch “Installing the plenum” on page 42 for complete installation instructions. If you are installing a different device, see “Securing the switch to the outer rails”...

  • Page 43: Securing The Device To The Outer Rails

    Securing the device to the outer rails To secure the device to the outer rails: Insert the switch with the attached inner rails into the outer rails. NOTE: This step applies to installing a device in HP 9000 Series, HP 10000 Series, or HP System/e racks.

  • Page 44: Cabling And Configuring The San Switch, Connecting The San Switch To The Fabric

    Access to an FTP server to back up the switch configuration (optional) Powering on the 8-Gb SAN Switch The 8/8 and 8/24 SAN Switches use one power cord. The 8/40 and 8/80 SAN Switches, Encryption SAN Switch, FCoE Converged Network Switch, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch use two power cords. IMPORTANT: The 8/8 and 8/24 SAN Switches do not have an on/off switch.

  • Page 45: Powering Off The 8-gb San Switch, Making A Serial Connection, Connecting The Serial Cable

    For the 8/40 and 8/80 SAN Switches, Encryption SAN Switch, FCoE Converged Network Switch, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch, set the two AC switches to the ON position (1). Power is supplied to the switch as soon as the first power supply is connected and turned on.

  • Page 46: Setting The Switch Ip Address, Dhcp, Setting A Static Ip Address

    Close any serial communication programs running on the workstation. Open a terminal emulator application (such as HyperTerminal on a PC or TERM in a UNIX environment) and configure the application as follows: • In a Windows 95, 98, 2000, or NT environment: •...

  • Page 47: Connecting An Ethernet Cable And Opening A Telnet Session, Setting The Domain Id

    Optional: Verify that the address is correct by issuing the ipaddrshow command at the prompt. Record the IP address on the label located on the port side of the chassis. Record the IP address on the pull-out tab on the port side of the switch. If the serial port is no longer required, log out of the serial console, remove the serial cable, and replace the safety plug in the serial port.

  • Page 48: Setting The Switch Date And Time

    Modify the domain ID, if required. The default domain ID is 1. • If the switch is not powered on until after it is connected to the fabric and the default domain ID is already in use, the domain ID for the new switch is automatically reset to a unique value. •...

  • Page 49: About Setting Time Zones, Setting The Time Zone

    About setting time zones You can set the time zone for the switch by name. You can also set country, city, or time zone parameters. If the time zone is not set with the new options, the switch retains the offset time zone settings. The tstimezone command includes an option to revert to the prior time zone format.

  • Page 50: Correcting The Time Zone, Tstimezone Command Parameters

    Enter the tstimezone command: switch:admin> tstimezone --interactive You are prompted to select a general location. Please identify a location so that time zone rules can be set correctly. Enter the appropriate number or Ctrl+D to quit. At the prompt, select a country location. At the prompt, enter the appropriate number to specify the time zone region or Ctrl+D to quit.

  • Page 51: Synchronizing Local Time Using Network Time Protocol

    Local time tstimezone parameter (difference from UTC) Alaskan Standard -9,0 Alaskan Daylight -8,0 Hawaiian Standard -10,0 Synchronizing local time using Network Time Protocol You can synchronize the local time of the principal or primary FCS switch to a maximum of eight external NTP servers.

  • Page 52: Verifying The Configuration, Backing Up The Configuration

    Log in to the switch using the default password: password. Enter the tsclockserver command: switch:admin> tsclockserver “<ntp1;ntp2>” where ntp1 is the IP address or DNS name of the first NTP server, which the switch must be able to access. The second ntp2 is the second NTP server and is optional. The operand “<ntp1;ntp2>”...

  • Page 53: Changing The Switch Name And Chassis Name

    The command uploads the switch configuration to the server, making it available for downloading to a replacement switch, if necessary. For instructions on backing up the configuration, see the Fabric OS Administrator's Guide. Changing the switch name and chassis name Changing the switch and chassis names is important for accurate tracking of errors in the RASlog.

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    Installing and configuring an 8-Gb SAN Switch...

  • Page 55: Managing The 8-gb San Switches, Configuring The Encryption San Switch

    They include diagnostic tests and field-replaceable units for the HP StorageWorks 8/40 and 8/80 SAN Switches, the Encryption SAN Switch the FCoE Converged Network Switch, and the 1606 Extension SAN Switch. Configuring the Encryption SAN Switch NOTE: For procedures to configure the encryption functions, including HP Secure Key Manager information, see the Fabric OS Encryption Administrator's Guide .

  • Page 56: Configuring The Fcoe Converged Network Switch, Configuring The 1606 Extension San Switch

    The following sections provide information on configuring the 1606 Extension SAN Switch. FCIP and Fibre Channel routing services configuration Initially, the FC ports on the 1606 Extension SAN Switch are set to persistently disabled. If you want to enable the FC ports as standard E_Ports or F_Ports, use the portcfgpersistentenable command.

  • Page 57: Verifying Switch Operation

    Verifying switch operation To verify correct operation of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch: Check the LEDs to verify that all components are functional (see “Port side LED activity for the 1606 Extension SAN Switch” on page 69). Execute the portcfgpersistentenable command to activate the FC ports for FC operation.

  • Page 58: Gb San Switch Leds, And 8/24 San Switch Leds

    Verify correct operation of the switch in the fabric by entering the fabricshow command from the workstation. This command provides general information about the fabric. 8-Gb SAN Switch LEDs System activity and status can be determined through the activity of the LEDs on the switch. The LED states are as follows: •...

  • Page 59: San Switch Leds, Identifying 8/40 San Switch Port Side Leds

    8/40 SAN Switch LEDs 8/40 SAN Switch LEDs are located on the port side and nonport side. See Figure 27 Figure 1. System status LED (top) and system power (bottom) 2. Ethernet port status LEDs (green/amber) 3. FC port status (port 9) Figure 27 Identifying 8/40 SAN Switch port side LEDs 1.

  • Page 60: Identifying 8/80 San Switch Port Side Leds, San Switch Leds

    8/80 SAN Switch LEDs 8/80 SAN Switch LEDs are located on the port side and nonport side. See Figure 29 Figure 1. 8/80 SAN Switch 8. FC ports (0 through 7) 2. System status LED 9. FC ports (48 through 55) 3.

  • Page 61: Port Side Led Activity For The 8/80 San Switch

    1. Power supply #2 status LED 6. Power supply #1 status LED 2. Power supply #2 7. Power supply #1 3. Fan assembly #3 8. Fan assembly #1 status LED 4. Fan assembly #2 9. Fan assembly #2 status LED 5.

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    LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action Steady amber (for Faulty fan FRU or power supply Verify that the fan FRU and power more than five FRU, boot failed, or the system supply FRU are seated correctly. seconds) is faulty.

  • Page 63: Nonport Side Led Activity For The 8/80 San Switch

    LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action Steady amber (for Port is receiving light or signal No action required. more than 5 carrier at 4 Gb/s, but is not yet seconds) online. Nonport side LED activity for the 8/80 SAN Switch Table 9 describes LEDs and recommended actions.

  • Page 64: Port Side Led Activity For The Encryption San Switch, Encryption San Switch And Fru Leds

    Port side LED activity for the Encryption SAN Switch Table 10 describes LEDs and recommended actions. Table 10 Encryption SAN Switch and FRU LEDs LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action System status No light System is on and functioning No action required.

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    LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action Slow flashing green Port is online, but segmented Verify that the correct device is at- (on 1 second, then because of a loopback cable or tached to the switch. off 1 second) incompatible switch connection.

  • Page 66: Port Side Led Activity For The Fcoe Converged Network Switch

    LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action Fan status No light Indicates one of the following: Do one of the following: • Fan FRU is not seated cor- • Verify that the fan FRU is rectly. seated correctly. •...

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    Table 11 FCoE Converged Network Switch port side LED patterns LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action Power status No light System is off or there is an intern- Verify the following: al power supply failure. • System is powered on (power supply switches to 1).

  • Page 68: Nonport Side Led Activity For The Fcoe Converged Network Switch

    LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action Slow blinking amber Receiving light or carrier, but Verify that the diagnostic tests are (2 seconds) not online not running. Re-enable the port us- ing the portenable command. Fast blinking amber Port failure Check the management interface (1/2 second)

  • Page 69: Port Side Led Activity For The 1606 Extension San Switch

    LED displays steady amber until POST completes. Port side LED activity for the 1606 Extension SAN Switch System activity and status can be determined through the activity of the LEDs on the 1606 Extension SAN Switch. Figure 33 shows the LEDs on the port side of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch.

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    14. GbE port 0 status/activity LED 7. IP Address pull-out tab 15. GbE optical port 8. USB port 16. GbE dual-color optical port LED Figure 33 Port side LEDs on the 1606 Extension SAN Switch Managing the 8-Gb SAN Switches...

  • Page 71: Extension San Switch Port Side Led Patterns

    Table 13 describes the port side LEDs and the recommended actions. Table 13 1606 Extension SAN Switch port side LED patterns LED name LED color Status of hardware Recommended action Power status No light System is off or there is an intern- Verify the following: al power supply failure.

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    Steady green Port is online (connected to ex- No action required. ternal device) but has no traffic. Slow-flashing green Port is online but segmented Verify that the correct device is at- (on 1 second; then because of a loopback cable or tached to the switch.

  • Page 73: Nonport Side Led Activity For The 1606 Extension San Switch, Interpreting Post Results

    Nonport side LED activity for the 1606 Extension SAN Switch The LEDs on the nonport side of the 1606 Extension SAN Switch are shown in Figure Table 14 describes the nonport side LEDs and the recommended actions. Table 14 1606 Extension SAN Switch nonport side LED patterns...

  • Page 74: Maintaining The 8-gb San Switches, Installing An Sfp

    The 8-Gb SAN Switches are designed for high availability and low failure. They do not require any regular physical maintenance. They include diagnostic tests and FRUs for the 8/40, 8/80, Encryption SAN Switch, FCoE Converged Network Switch, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch, as described in the following sections.

  • Page 75: Diagnostic Tests, Installing Field-replaceable Units, San Switch And 8/24 San Switch Fru Units

    Figure 34 Installing an SFP in the upper row of port slot Diagnostic Tests In addition to POST, Fabric OS includes diagnostic tests to help you troubleshoot the hardware and firmware. This includes tests of internal connections and circuitry, fixed media, and the transceivers and cables in use.

  • Page 76: San, Fcoe Converged Network, And 1606 Extension San Switch Fru Units

    8/40 SAN, FCoE Converged Network, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch FRU units Replace the power supply and fan assembly unit. Verifying fan assembly FRU replacement To determine if a fan assembly requires replacing, do any of the following: • Observe the system status LED. If the system status LED is flashing amber and green, it could indicate that the fan has failed.

  • Page 77: Fan Assembly Leds, Replacing The 8/40 San Switch Power Supply And Fan Assembly

    Fan assembly LEDs Table 15 describes the fan status LED colors, behaviors, and actions required, if any. Table 15 Fan status LED behavior, description, and required actions LED color and behavi- Description Action required No light Fan assembly is not receiving power. Verify that the fan FRU is seated correctly.

  • Page 78: San Switch And Encryption San Switch Fru Units

    Verify that the fan status LED is lit steady green to indicate normal operation. Optionally, display the fan status using the fanshow command from the CLI. 8/80 SAN Switch and Encryption SAN Switch FRU units Replace the following FRUs as required: •...

  • Page 79: Replacing The 8/80 San Switch And Encryption San Switch Fan Assembly

    CAUTION: Disassembling any part of the fan assembly voids the part warranty and regulatory certifications. There are no user-serviceable parts inside the fan assembly. Because the cooling system relies on pressurized air, do not leave any of the fan assembly slots empty longer than two minutes while the switch is operating.

  • Page 80: Inserting The Fan Assembly In The 8/80 San Switch

    1. 8/80 SAN Switch 4. Status LED 2. Fan assembly unit 5. Handle 3. Captive screw 6. Nonport side Figure 37 Inserting the fan assembly in the 8/80 SAN Switch Replacing an 8/80 SAN Switch or Encryption SAN Switch power supply CAUTION: If a power supply fails, leave the power supply in the switch until it can be replaced.

  • Page 81: Installing A Power Supply In The 8/80 Or Encryption San Switch

    • Phillips-head screwdriver #1 To replace a power supply: If the switch remains powered on, verify that the functioning power supply (the one not being replaced) has been powered on for at least four seconds and displays a green LED. If the power supply you are replacing is not already powered off, press the AC power switch to power it off.

  • Page 82: Power Supply, San Switch Management Features

    Gently push the power supply into the chassis until it is firmly seated. CAUTION: Do not force the installation. If the power supply does not slide in easily, make sure that it is correctly oriented before continuing. Secure the power supply to the chassis by tightening the captive screw. Plug the power cord into the power supply and then press the AC power switch to turn it on.

  • Page 83

    Table 16 Management tools Management tool Out-of-band support In-band support CLI Up to two admin sessions and four user Ethernet or serial connection IP over FC sessions simultaneously Web Tools For information, see the Web Ethernet or serial connection IP over FC Tools Administrator's Guide for the Fabric OS version running on your switch.

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    Managing the 8-Gb SAN Switches...

  • Page 85: Technical Specifications, Weight And Physical Dimensions, Memory, Gb San Switch Physical Dimensions

    Table 17 lists the physical dimensions for the SAN Switches. Table 17 8-Gb SAN Switch physical dimensions Property 8/8 and 8/24 8/40 SAN 8/80 SAN Encryption SAN FCoE 1606 Extension SAN Switches Switch Switch Switch SAN Switch Converged Network Switch Height 4.29 cm...

  • Page 86: Facility Requirements, And 8/40 San Switch Memory

    Type Requirements Electrical 8/8, 8/24, 8/80, Encryption, and 1606 Extension SAN Switches Primary AC input: 100–240 VAC, 2.0 A, 47–63 Hz; switch autosenses input voltage. 8/40 SAN Switch Primary AC input: 90–264 VAC; switch autosenses input voltage. FCoE Converged Network Switch Primary AC input: 85–264 VAC; input line frequency 47–63 Hz.

  • Page 87: Electromagnetic Compatibility

    8/40, 8/80, Encryption, and 1606 Extension SAN Switches Air flows from the nonport side to the port side. A minimum airflow of 79.8 cu m/hr (47 cu ft/min) is available in the immediate vicinity of the switch.

  • Page 88: Power Supply Specifications

    Encryption SAN Switch: 100–240 VAC, universal FCoE Converged Network Switch: 182.4 W nominal, 306 W maximum 1606 Extension SAN Switch: 95 W nominal, 116 W maximum Input voltage 8/8, 8/24 , and 8/40 SAN Switches, FCoE Converged Network Switch, and 1606 Extension SAN Switch: 85–264 VAC, universal 8/80 SAN Switch: 90–264 VAC, universal...

  • Page 89: Data Transmission Ranges, Laser Data Transmission Ranges For The 8/8 And 8/24 San Switches

    Data transmission ranges Table 24 through Table 29 for 8-Gb SAN Switch data transmission ranges for the different cable types and port speeds. Table 24 Laser data transmission ranges for the 8/8 and 8/24 SAN Switches Port speed Cable size Short wavelength Long wavelength (microns)

  • Page 90: Laser Data Transmission Ranges For The 8/80 San Switch

    Port speed Cable size Short wavelength Long wavelength Extended long wavelength (microns) 62.5 70 m (230 ft) 8 Gb/s 150 m 62.5 21 m 10 km NOTE: For the 8/40 SAN Switch, up to 500 km at 1 Gb/s is supported when using a long distance transport system such as DWDM.

  • Page 91: Laser Data Transmission Ranges For The Encryption San Switch And Fcoe Converged Network Switch

    Port speed Cable size Short wavelength Long wavelength Extended long wavelength (microns) NOTE: For the 8/80 SAN Switch, up to 500 km at 1 Gb/s is supported when using a long-distance transport system such as DWDM. Table 27 Laser data transmission ranges for the Encryption SAN Switch and FCoE Converged Network Switch Port speed Cable size...

  • Page 92: Laser Data Transmission Ranges For The 1606 Extension San Switch Fibre Channel Ports

    For the Encryption SAN Switch and FCoE Converged Network Switch, up to 500 km at 1 Gb/s is supported when using a long-distance transport system such as DWDM. Table 28 Laser data transmission ranges for the 1606 Extension SAN Switch Fibre Channel ports Port speed...

  • Page 93: Fcoe Converged Network Switch Data Flow Latency, Fibre Channel Port Specifications, Post And Boot Specifications

    Port speed Cable size Short wavelength Long wavelength (microns) 62.5 300 m (984 ft) 4 km (2.48 miles) FCoE Converged Network Switch data flow latency Table 30 describes the data flow latency for the FCoE Converged Network Switch. Table 30 Data flow latency for the FCoE Converged Network Switch Data flow latency type Size in nanoseconds FC port to FC port...

  • Page 94: Boot, Supported Hbas And Cnas

    Boot Boot performs the following tasks after POST is complete: • Performs universal port configuration • Initializes links • Analyzes the fabric If any ports are connected to other switches, the switch participates in a fabric configuration. • Obtains a domain ID and assigns port addresses •...

  • Page 95: Support And Other Resources, Hp Technical Support, Subscription Service, Documentation Feedback, Related Information

    5 Support and other resources HP technical support For worldwide technical support information, see the HP support website: http://www.hp.com/support Before contacting HP, collect the following information: • Product model names and numbers • Technical support registration number (if applicable) • Product serial numbers •...

  • Page 96: Hp Websites, Rack Stability

    In the Storage section, click Storage Networking, and then click HP StorageWorks DC SAN Director Switches to access the Manuals web page. The Brocade SAN Glossary provides definitions for SAN-related terminology used throughout this document. To access the glossary, see http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bc/docs/support/ SupportManual/c01429405/c01429405.pdf?jumpid=reg_R1002_USEN.

  • Page 97: Typographic Conventions

    Typographic conventions Table 31 Document conventions Convention Element Blue text: Table 31 Cross-reference links and email addresses Blue, underlined text: http://www.hp.com Website addresses • Keys that are pressed • Text entered into a GUI element, such as a box Bold text •...

  • Page 98: Customer Self Repair

    Customer self repair HP CSR programs allow you to repair your StorageWorks product. If a CSR part needs replacing, HP ships the part directly to you so that you can install it at your convenience. Some parts do not qualify for CSR. Your HP-authorized service provider will determine whether a repair can be accomplished by CSR.

  • Page 99: A Regulatory Compliance And Safety, Federal Communications Commission Notice For Class A Equipment, Modifications, Cables

    Hewlett-Packard could result in the product not meeting the Class A limits, in which case the FCC could void the user's authority to operate the equipment.

  • Page 100: Laser Safety Warning, Certification And Classification Information, Laser Product Label, Class 1 Laser Product Label

    Laser safety warning WARNING! To reduce the risk of exposure to hazardous radiation: • Do not try to open the laser device enclosure. There are no user-serviceable components inside. • Do not operate controls, make adjustments, or perform procedures to the laser device other than those specified herein.

  • Page 101: International Notices And Statements, Canadian Notice (avis Canadien), Class A Equipment, European Union Regulatory Notice

    International notices and statements Canadian notice (avis Canadien) Class A equipment This Class A Digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la classe A respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada.

  • Page 102: Korean Notices, Safety, Battery Replacement Notice

    Korean notices Safety 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.

  • Page 103: Taiwan Battery Recycling Notice, Power Cords, Japanese Power Cord Statement

    Taiwan battery recycling notice The Taiwan EPA requires dry battery manufacturing or importing firms in accordance with Article 15 of the Waste Disposal Act to indicate the recovery marks on the batteries used in sales, giveaway, or promotion. Contact a qualified Taiwanese recycler for proper battery disposal. Power cords The power cord set must meet the requirements for use in the country where the product was purchased.

  • Page 104: Dutch Notice, Czechoslovakian Notice, Estonian Notice, Finnish Notice

    health and the environment. For more information about where you can drop off your waste equipment for recycling, please contact your local city office, your household waste disposal service, or the shop where you purchased the product. Dutch notice Verwijdering van afgedankte apparatuur door privé-gebruikers in de Europese Unie Dit symbool op het product of de verpakking geeft aan dat dit product niet mag worden gedeponeerd bij het normale huishoudelijke afval.

  • Page 105: French Notice, German Notice

    Jos tuotteessa tai sen pakkauksessa on tämä merkki, tuotetta ei saa hävittää kotitalousjätteiden mukana. Tällöin hävitettävä laite on toimitettava sähkölaitteiden ja elektronisten laitteiden kierrätyspisteeseen. Hävitettävien laitteiden erillinen käsittely ja kierrätys auttavat säästämään luonnonvaroja ja varmistamaan, että laite kierrätetään tavalla, joka estää terveyshaitat ja suojelee luontoa.

  • Page 106: Greek Notice, Hungarian Notice, Italian Notice

    Greek notice Hungarian notice Italian notice Smaltimento delle apparecchiature da parte di privati nel territorio dell’Unione Europea Questo simbolo presente sul prodotto o sulla sua confezione indica che il prodotto non può essere smaltito insieme ai rifiuti domestici. È responsabilità dell'utente smaltire le apparecchiature consegnandole presso un punto di raccolta designato al riciclo e allo smaltimento di apparecchiature elettriche ed elettroniche.

  • Page 107: Latvian Notice, Lithuanian Notice, Polish Notice, Portuguese Notice

    Latvian notice Lithuanian notice Polish notice Portuguese notice Descarte de Lixo Elétrico N/A Comunidade Européia Este símbolo encontrado no produto ou N/A embalagem indica que o produto não deve ser descartado no lixo doméstico comum. É responsabilidade do cliente descartar o material usado (lixo elétrico), encaminhando-o para um ponto de coleta para reciclagem.

  • Page 108: Slovakian Notice, Slovenian Notice, Spanish Notice, Swedish Notice

    de uma forma segura, protegendo o ambiente e a saúde das pessoas. Para obter mais informações sobre locais que reciclam esse tipo de material, entre em contato com o escritório da HP em sua cidade, com o serviço de coleta de lixo ou com a loja em que o produto foi adquirido. Slovakian notice Slovenian notice Spanish notice...

  • Page 109

    Om den här symbolen visas på produkten eller förpackningen betyder det att produkten inte får slängas på samma ställe som hushållssopor. I stället är det ditt ansvar att bortskaffa avfallet genom att överlämna det till ett uppsamlingsställe avsett för återvinning av avfall från elektriska och elektroniska produkter.

  • Page 110

    Regulatory compliance and safety...

  • Page 111: B Electrostatic Discharge, How To Prevent Electrostatic Discharge, Grounding Methods

    B Electrostatic discharge This appendix provides the following information: • How to prevent electrostatic discharge, page 111 • Grounding methods, page 111 How to prevent electrostatic discharge To prevent damage to the system, you must follow certain precautions when setting up the system or handling parts.

  • Page 112

    Electrostatic discharge...

  • Page 113: Glossary

    Glossary This glossary defines acronyms and terms used in this guide and is not a comprehensive glossary of computer terms. Advanced Encryption Standard. An encryption security technology. Access Gateway. A software-enable feature that allows B-series Blade switches to function as port aggregators. Advanced Performance Monitor ASIC Application-Specific Integrated Circuit.

  • Page 114

    DWDM Dense wavelength division multiplexing. The technique of placing several optical signals on a single optical cable simultaneously. Encryption Engine. A feature of the B-series Encryption Switch. Encryption Group. Electronic Industries Association. Enhanced Group Manager. ELWL 1. Extended long-wave laser. 2.

  • Page 115

    Fibre Channel routing. Fibre Channel switch. Fibre Channel A serial data transport infrastructure and protocol used to implement SANs. See also http://www.fibrechannel.org/ and http://www.t11.org/. FICON Fibre connectivity. Hardware that connects the mainframe to the CU. Fiber optic. FPGA Field-programmable gate array. FPMA Fabric Provided Mac Addressing.

  • Page 116

    Logical unit number. An identification scheme for storage disks. 1. Long-wave laser. 2. Long wavelength. Metropolitan area network. A communications network that covers a geographic area such as a town, city, or suburb. Management Information Base (B-series). MIPS Million instructions per second. MP Router Multi-protocol Router.

  • Page 117

    Small form-factor pluggable transceiver. Source ID. Secure Key Management. HP StorageWorks Storage Management Appliance. Small and medium business. Any organization that uses onsite computer systems. Storage Media Encryption (C-series). A standards-based encryption solution for heterogeneous and virtual tape libraries. Storage Management Initiative (MIB). SNIA Storage Networking Industry Association.

  • Page 118

    Wavelength division multiplexing. The technique of placing multiple optical signals on a single optical cable simultaneously. Worldwide name. A unique identifier assigned to a Fibre Channel device. WWPN Worldwide port name. Synonymous with pWWN. Xcelerated Controller Software. The software that runs in the HSV controller-based Enterprise Virtual Array XL model storage systems.

  • Page 119: Index

    Index 8/8 SAN switch, Symbols activating additional ports, 1606 Extension SAN switch LEDs, configuring, 8/80 SAN switch features, activating additional ports, FRUs, 8/80 SAN switch LED activity, port side of, verifying operation, 8/80 SAN switch 8-Gb SAN switches features, hardware options,...

  • Page 120

    1606 Extension SAN switch, fan assembly cabling and configuring, verifying replacement of, connecting an Ethernet cable, fan assembly correcting time zone, hot swapping, ezswitch setup, LEDs, FCoE Converged Network Switch, replacing 8/80 SAN switch, making a serial connection,...

  • Page 121

    ISL trunking groups, rack mount considerations, rack stability warning, related documentation, LEDs required items, obtaining, 1606 Extension SAN switch, 8/24 SAN switch, 8/40 SAN Switch, 8/8 SAN switch, safety considerations, 8/80 SAN switch, SAN encryption switch Encryption SAN switch,...

  • Page 122

    switchshow command, symbols in text, Taiwan battery recycling notice, technical support technical specifications, technical support service locator website, Telnet session opening, text symbols, time zones correcting, setting, warning rack stability, websites customer self repair, HP , HP Subscriber's Choice for Business, product manuals, weight specifications,...

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