The Client LAN IP addresses and Intra-cluster LAN IP addresses must be on different
Once the NT installation is complete, the D5013A NIC drivers must be manually set to the correct LAN
speed. Log on and from the start menu select: Settings, Control Panel, Network, and
Adapters. For each D5013A adapter, select Properties then Settings and set the network
speed to the appropriate setting (either 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps) for your network. The intra-cluster LAN
should be set to 100 Mbps. Do not use the Auto setting.
LPr (with NetRAID Local and Shared Storage)
A NetRAID adapter may only be used for either shared storage or local storage; one adapter may not be used for
both. To use NetRAID adapters for both shared and local storage, you must use two adapters.
Configure NetServer Hardware and BIOS
Make sure you power down System A and power up System B.
Insert the HP NetServer Navigator CD in the CD-ROM drive and restart the server.
If you have special NetServer local SCSI bus options enter the Symbios utility by pressing Ctrl+C at the
Symbios boot banner during boot and set the options you need; otherwise allow the server to boot. The
server boots from the CD and displays the Navigator Main Menu.
If prompted that the HP NetServer Navigator BIOS is a newer version, choose
Continue and go to step 4; otherwise go to step 6.
To update the BIOS, choose NetServer Utilities | More NetServer Utilities |
BIOS Update Utility. Select Execute and follow the screen prompts to update the BIOS.
After the server reboots, return to the Navigator main menu by clicking the Back button twice on the
From the Navigator main menu, install a utility partition on the local storage disk by choosing
Configuration Assistant and Installation Assistant, Custom, Microsoft,
MS Windows NT4.0 Enterprise Edition Cluster Server if using Navigator if
L.15.05 or later.
MS Windows NT 4.0 Enterprise Edition, and No for automated NOS installation if
using Navigator L.15.04 or earlier.
Define the local storage RAID arrays. Select Configure Disk Array and use HP NetRAID
Assistant to define the arrays. Be sure to define the arrays for the local storage adapter (Adapter_0), not
the shared storage adapter (Adapter_1).
DO NOT define the shared storage arrays at this time. They will be defined later.
Exit HP NetRAID Assistant. The server will reboot.
During the reboot, at the NetRAID banner press <Ctrl><M> to enter the NetRAID Express utility.
From the Management Menu, check that the BIOS is enabled. If it is not, enable it.
Exit the NetRAID Express utility and reboot. Navigator will return to the Custom Configuration screen.
Install a utility partition on the local storage disk by choosing Install/Update Utility
After installing the utility partition, Navigator returns to the Custom Configuration screen.
HP NetServer Installation Guide