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xStack Storage
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D-Link xStack Storage iSCSI SAN Array
Managed SAN Solution
DSN-1100
Hardware Reference Guide
Version 1.0

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    Storage D-Link xStack Storage iSCSI SAN Array Managed SAN Solution DSN-1100 Hardware Reference Guide Version 1.0...

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    © 2008 D-Link Networks, Inc. All Rights Reserved D-Link Systems, Inc. makes no warranty of any kind with regard to this material, including, but not limited to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. D-Link Systems, Inc. shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, performance, or use of this material.

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    C-Tick Class A VCCI Class A Notice of Export Controls Export of technical data contained in this document may require an export license from the United States government. Please contact D-Link Systems, Inc. for any export compliance questions. DSN-1100 Hardware Reference Guide...

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    Document Revision Level Revision Date Notes Version 1.0 November 10, 2008...

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    Warnings contain information which, if not followed, can cause damage to the xStack storage system and to the person installing it. They are preceded by: Related Documentation In addition to this document, the following documents are available from D-Link. xStack Storage Management Center Software User's Guide. This guide provides the ...

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    Contact Information You can find software updates and user documentation on the D-Link website. D-Link provides free technical support for customers within the United States and within Canada for the duration of the warranty period on this product. U.S. and Canadian customers can contact D-Link Technical Support through our website, or by phone.

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Contents Chapter 1 Introduction ..........................9 Model ....................9 Benefits and Features ................10 System Overview ................. 10 Chapter 2 DSN-1100 Layout ........................11 Front Panel Components ................ 12 Inside Front Cover................15 Rear Panel Components ................. 16 Chapter 3 Installing the DSN-1100 Storage System ................19 Site Considerations................

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  • Page 9: Chapter 1 Introduction, Model

    Complete configuration and management are available through the intuitive, graphical- based xStack Storage Management Center. For the latest information about supported drives, consult the Interoperability Matrix found on the D-Link Support Web site: support.dlink.com Model The DSN-1100 storage system is presently available as a single model.

  • Page 10: Benefits And Features, System Overview

    Benefits and Features High-performance, low-latency iSCSI storage system, with a highly integrated, reliable,  multifunction ASIC for fully featured, integrated storage virtualization Modular design with expansion up to 5 SATA disk drives  Easy setup and configuration – can be placed anywhere on a 10BaseT, 100BaseT, or ...

  • Page 11: Chapter 2 Dsn-1100 Layout

    Chapter 2 DSN-1100 Layout This chapter describes the hardware components on the DSN-1100 storage system. The topics covered in this chapter are: Section 2.1, Front Panel Components  Section 2.2, Inside Front Cover  Section 2.3, Rear Panel Components  DSN-1100 Hardware Reference Guide...

  • Page 12: Front Panel Components

    Front Panel Components The front of the DSN-1100 storage system has the following components: Power LED – shows the DSN-1100 power on status. (see Figure 2-1 and Table 2-1)  Ready/Fault LED – shows whether the DSN-1100 is ready for operation or encountered a ...

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    Table 2-1. Front Panel LEDs Color Description Power Green ON = DSN-1100 is powered on. OFF = power is not being received. Ready/Fault Array is powered off or performing its Power On Self Test. ON = a fault has occurred. Green ON = normal operation.

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    Drive Power LED Drive Activity and Fault LED Figure 2-2. Hard Drive Power and Activity LEDs Table 2-2. Hard Drive LEDs (for each drive 00 through 04) Color Description Drive Power Blue ON Drive is powered and operational. Drive Activity Green Blinking Data being transmitted or received from corresponding SATA drive.

  • Page 15: Inside Front Cover

    Inside Front Cover The front panel of the DSN-1100 storage system enclosure features a lockable front door which hides the following components: System power switch (see Figure 2-3 and Table 2-3).  Five hot-swappable drive trays. (see Figure 2-3)  Drive 00 Drive 01 Drive 02...

  • Page 16: Rear Panel Components

    Rear Panel Components The rear of the DSN-1100 storage system enclosure has the following components: Data ports - four 1 GbE RJ-45 iSCSI data ports. Each iSCSI data port has port speed and  port activity LEDs (see Figure 2-4, Figure 2-5 and Table 2-5). Management port (Mgmt 10/100) - one 10/100 RJ-45 management port is located to the ...

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    Figure 2-5. Close-Up View of the DSN-1100 Rear Panel Table 2-4. Rear Panel Switch Switch Description Reset Resets the DSN-1100 storage system. Please use the tip of a pen or a paper clip to reset the system. Note: This reboots the system and does not reset the unit to initial factory settings. Table 2-5.

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  • Page 19: Chapter 3 Installing The Dsn-1100 Storage System

    Chapter 3 Installing the DSN-1100 Storage System This chapter describes how to install the DSN-1100 storage system. The topics covered in this chapter are: Section 3.1, Site Considerations  Section 3.2, Unpacking the DSN-1100 Storage System  Section 3.3, Items Supplied by the User ...

  • Page 20: Site Considerations, General Considerations, Desktop, Floor Or Shelf Installation

    Site Considerations The site where you install the DSN-1100 storage system can affect its performance. Therefore, choose a site that conforms to the requirements in the following sections. 3.1.1 General Considerations Observe the following considerations when selecting a location to install the DSN-1100 storage system.

  • Page 21: Unpacking The Dsn-1100 Storage System, Items Supplied By The User

    Unpacking the DSN-1100 Storage System After receiving the DSN-1100 storage system, perform the following steps to ensure that it and other contents arrived safely. 1. Inspect the outer shipping container for any damage that may have occurred in shipping. Report any sign of damage to the appropriate shipping agency. 2.

  • Page 22: Connecting To The Iscsi Data Ports, Connecting To The Dsn-1100 Host Network Connection Ports

    Connecting to the iSCSI Data Ports The following sections describe how to connect the DSN-1100 data ports. 3.4.1 Connecting to the DSN-1100 Host Network Connection Ports The DSN-1100 storage system has four RJ-45 data ports. These ports connect to your SAN using either a straight-through or cross-over RJ-45 Ethernet cable (the DSN-1100 storage system auto-senses the type of cable used).

  • Page 23: Connecting The Power Cords, Powering-on The Dsn-1100 Storage System

    Connecting the Power Cords The DSN-1100 storage system has a single power receptacle: 1. Plug the female end of the power cord into the 3-pronged power connectors on the back of the DSN-1100 storage system. Plug the other end of the power cord into a working AC outlet that is not controlled by a wall switch.

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  • Page 25: Appendix A Replacing And Upgrading Frus, A.1 Removing The Cover

    Appendix A Replacing and Upgrading FRUs This appendix describes how to replace or upgrade the Field Replaceable Units (FRUs) in your DSN-1100 storage system. FRUs that can be replaced or upgraded include: Battery Pack  System and buffer memory  SATA drives ...

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    Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Screw Figure A-1. Removing the Cover Slide Cover to Rear and Lift Up Figure A-2. Slide the Cover Back and Remove Appendix A Replacing and Upgrading FRUs...

  • Page 27: A.2 Installing The Battery Pack

    Installing the Battery Pack The xStack Storage Array accommodates a shrink-wrapped battery pack. Because write-back caching is always enabled, we recommend you have a battery to back up the buffer cache contents. The battery pack connects to the DSN-1100 controller board using a 3-pin locking connector at J11 (see Figure A-3 for detailed drawing of its location).

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    To install a battery in your xStack Storage SAN Array, follow these steps: 1. Hold the battery as shown to align the fastener strips. Make sure the battery cable and connector is located nearest to the battery socket J11 on the controller (see Figure A-4). Figure A-4 Aligning the Battery 2.

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    3. Carefully feed the battery’s connector up through the hole in the mounting plate as shown in Figure A-6. Do not damage the insulation on the wires. Figure A-6 Align the Battery Plug with Connector J11 4. Align the battery plug with connector J11 as shown in Figure A-7 and insert it fully into the socket.

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    5. The connector locked firmly into connector J11 as shown in Figure A-8. Figure A-8 Battery Plug Locked in Place 6. The installed battery is shown in Figure A-9. Figure A-9 The Installed Battery Appendix A Replacing and Upgrading FRUs...

  • Page 31: A.3 Upgrading Or Replacing Memory

    Upgrading or Replacing Memory Your DSN-1100 storage system supports up to 1 GB of buffer(cache) memory and 512 MB of system memory using a total of two Dual In-line Memory Module (DIMM) sockets on the DSN- 1100 storage system Controller: One DIMM sockets (J14) is for buffer (cache) memory.

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    Figure A-11 Buffer(Cache) Memory DIMM Socket Figure A-12 System Memory DIMM Socket Appendix A Replacing and Upgrading FRUs...

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    Table A-1. xStack Storage Array DIMM Specifications Requirement Description PC2700/DDR333 speed SDRAMs must be JEDEC compliant and DDR333 capable, with a CAS latency of 2.5. PC2100/DDR400 speed DIMMs can be used if they support a 2.5 CAS latency when operating at DDR333 speed. DIMMs must be organized as x72 bits wide, allowing support for ECC.

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    Figure A-13. Removing a DIMM Module 7. Hold the new DIMM above the DIMM socket, so its polarization notch is located at the right end of the DIMM socket. 8. Slowly insert the new DIMM by sliding the end with the metal fingers into the DIMM socket (see Figure A-14).

  • Page 35: A.3 Installing Or Replacing Sata Drive

    Installing or Replacing SATA Drive Removal of a populated drive/tray assembly can have unforeseen effects including the loss of all data in a volume. A drive can be part of a volume that may or may not be redundant. Before removing a drive from an operating xStack Storage Array, make sure it is the correct one.

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    A.3.2 Installing a Hard Drive in a Drive Tray Follow these steps to install a hard drive in a drive tray. 1. If there is one, remove the plastic air dam from the tray by squeezing the two levers together and lifting the piece out of the tray as shown in A-17. Figure A-17 Removing the Plastic Air Dam Piece 2.

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    3. Place new hard drive in tray as shown in Figure A-19. Figure A-19 Place Hard Drive in Tray 4. Align the mounting holes and insert four mounting screws to hold the drive securely in the drive tray as shown in Figure A-. Figure A-20 Secure the Hard Drive in the Drive Tray DSN-1100 Hardware Reference Guide...

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    5. Your hard drive is ready for installation. Proceed to A.3.3. A.3.3 Drive and Tray Installation A drive/tray assembly can be installed by inserting the drive/tray assembly into the open drive bay as shown in Figure A-21. Push the tray at the point indicated in Step 2 of Figure A-22 and push until it is seated firmly within the bay.

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    Figure A-22 Press Here Until You See the Lever Move Inwards Figure A-23 Press Lever Inwards Until it Locks DSN-1100 Hardware Reference Guide...

  • Page 40: A.4 Replacing A Power Supply

    Replacing a Power Supply The DSN-1100 xStack Storage Array contains one user replaceable power supply. It can be replaced as follows. To replace the power supply, use the following procedure. 1. Power down the DSN-1100 storage system and remove the power cord from the back panel.

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    5. Remove the two screws shown in Figure A-25 found on the bottom of the chassis. Screw Screw Figure A-25 Remove These Two Screws on the Bottom of the Chassis 6. Open the clip which holds the power supply wiring harness in place as shown in Figure A-26. Figure A-26 Open the Power Supply Harness Retention Clip DSN-1100 Hardware Reference Guide...

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    7. Remove the power supply harness connector as shown in Figure A-27. Figure A-27 Remove the Power Supply Harness Connector 8. Carefully slide the power supply out of the chassis as shown in Figure A-28. NOTE: Be sure not to damage the insulation on the wiring harness Figure A-28 Remove the Power Supply Harness Connector 9.

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