HP StorageWorks 2/64 - Core Switch Reference Manual

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    getting started and general reference guide hp StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 www.hp.com...

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    Denotes text displayed on the screen. output fitness for a particular purpose. Hewlett-Packard shall not be liable for errors contained herein or for incidental or Indicates that the enclosed element is consequential damages in connection with the furnishing, optional and may be left out.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Revision History ......... . . vii Updates .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Saving the System Configuration Files ......42 Backing up the Switch Configuration Settings ....42 Restoring the System Configuration Settings .

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    General ..........74 16-Port Card Specifications .

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    getting started and general reference guide...

  • Page 7: Revision History, About This Guide, Intended Audience

    Revision History May 2002 First release. Updates For the most current information about the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64, visit the support Web site located at . For information about product http://www.hp.com/support/coreswitch264 availability, configuration, and connectivity, consult your HP account representative.

  • Page 8: Related Publications

    Related Publications The following publications contain related product information. The hp StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Documentation CD provided with the switch contains all of the publications listed in the following table. These publications are also available for downloading at http://www.hp.com/support/coreswitch264 Title Part Number hp StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 getting started and...

  • Page 9: Overview

    OVERVIEW The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 is a high-performance core switch for large storage area networks, available with 32 to 128 ports (a 128 port switch is configured as two 64 port switches in a single chassis). Features of this switch include: •...

  • Page 10: The Port Side Of The Chassis

    devices connected to the port. They are compatible with short wave-length and long wave-length SFP (small form factor pluggable) transceivers, universal and self-configuring, and capable of individually becoming FL_Ports (fabric loop ports), F_Ports (fabric ports), or E_Ports (expansion ports). The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 is 14 rack units in height, has an air-cooled chassis, and can be installed in either an HP Rosebowl II or Compaq/Rittal rack.

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    Power Supply #4 Slot # Exhaust Vent Power Supply #3 CP Card Power Supply #2 16-Port Card Power Supply #1 Grounding Strap Connector AC Power AC Power AC Power AC Power Switch Connector Connector Switch (Provide Power to PS #1 & 3) (Provide Power to PS #2 &...

  • Page 12: The Blower Assembly Side Of The Chassis

    The Blower Assembly Side of the Chassis Figure 2 shows the blower assembly side of the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 chassis, which provides access to the following components: • WWN card and bezel - Provide LEDs for monitoring the switch and storing WWN and IP address information.

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    Port Card and WWN Bezel Power Supply LEDs CP Card LEDs pwr4 pwr3 pwr2 pwr1 Blower Power Blower Fault Blower Handle Blower Assembly #1 Blower Assembly #2 Blower Assembly #3 Figure 2. Blower Assembly Side of the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Overview...

  • Page 14: Monitoring And Managing The Switch

    Monitoring and Managing the Switch The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 can be managed in-band using Fibre Channel protocol or out-of-band by connecting to the Ethernet port. The management functions allow the administrator to monitor fabric topology, port status, physical status, and other information to aid in system debugging and performance analysis.

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    In addition, the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 supports the following software: Supported Software Refer to Advanced Zoning hp StorageWorks advanced zoning user’s guide Fabric Watch hp StorageWorks fabric watch user’s guide Advanced Performance hp StorageWorks advanced performance Monitoring monitoring user’s guide Extended Fabrics hp StorageWorks distributed fabric user’s guide...

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  • Page 17: Installing The Switch, Installation Considerations And Safety Guidelines

    INSTALLING THE SWITCH Installation Considerations and Safety Guidelines A fully populated HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 weighs WARNING approximately 250 pounds and requires a minimum of two people and mechanical lift to install it. Before installing, verify that the additional weight of the chassis does not exceed the cabinet’s weight limits or unbalance the cabinet, including when some of the cards or power supplies are partially extended out of the chassis.

  • Page 18: Items Included With The Switch

    For safety reasons, when installing this product in an WARNING equipment rack, you must consider rack stability against tipping. Please refer to the Hewlett-Packard Rack System/E User's Manual provided with the equipment rack to determine rack stability (available in electronic format through the HP Web site at ).

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    Order SFP transceivers separately from your HP StorageWorks Core Note Switch 2/64. The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 supports both SWL and LWL transceivers. Rear Mounting Brackets (B) HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 (A) Rail Assemblies (C) Figure 3. Major Items Contained in the Shipping Carton(s) Table 1.

  • Page 20: Tools Required

    Table 1. Contents of the Shipping Carton(s) Rear mounting brackets Rail assemblies Other items not shown: • hp StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 Documentation CD • hp StorageWorks Fabric Manager CD • Two power cord retainers • One 10 foot RS-232 serial cable, convertible to an RJ-45 cable by removing the adapter on the end of the cable •...

  • Page 21: Hardware Identification, Installing The Switch In A Rack

    Hardware Identification Table 2 contains drawings and descriptions of the hardware used when installing the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 in an HP Rosebowl II or Compaq/Rittal rack. Use this table to help identify the hardware specified in the installation procedure in this chapter. Depending on the rack you use, you may not be using all of the Note hardware listed below.

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    Mount the switch as low as possible in the rack to ensure that WARNING the weight of the switch does not make the rack unstable. Fifteen Rack Units (RUs) are required to accommodate the switch and cable management. Rear of Rack Front of Rack Blower Assembly Side of the Switch...

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    To unpack and install the switch in a rack: 1. Remove the crate top of the shipping carton from pallet. Removing the crate top may require two people. 2. Check contents of the shipping carton to verify all the required parts and hardware are available.

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    4. Remove the following items from the chassis: Complete the following steps before attempting to slide the switch Note onto the rack. The switch may not be installed from the front of the rack if you do not first remove the front door, door hinges, and front mounting brackets.

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    b. Remove the two door hinges by removing the eight #8-32 flat-head screws that hold the hinges to the chassis (see Figure 7). Note the top and bottom orientation of the hinges and save the screws to reattach the hinges later. #8-32 Flat-Head Screws (8x) Door Hinges (2x)

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    c. Remove the two front mounting brackets by removing the ten #10-32 flat-head screws on the left bracket and the seven #10-32 flat-head screws on the right bracket (see Figure 8). Note the difference between the left and right front mounting brackets and save the screws to reattach the brackets later.

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    5. The two rear mounting bracket sets consist of a rear-mount bracket and a flange. Attach the two rear-mount brackets to the chassis by completing the following steps: a. Separate the flanges from rear-mount brackets by removing the four #10-32 pan-head screws, two screws per set (see Figure 9).

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    b. Attach the left and right rear-mount brackets to the chassis by installing four #10-32 x 1/4” flat-head screws per bracket into the four top corner holes towards the blower assembly side of the switch as shown in Figure 10. Note that each bracket is marked with an “up” arrow. Rear-Mount Brackets (2x) #10-32 Flat-Head...

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    e. Install each rail assembly to the inside of the rack columns with six screws per rail assembly, two on the front of the rack and four on the rear of the rack (see Figure 11). For an HP Rosebowl II rack, use 1/4-20 x .5”...

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    7. From the front side of the rack, attach each flange to the rack with four screws, two per flange. Install the bottom flange screw 30 holes above the top rail assembly screw and then install the top flange screw two holes above the bottom flange screw (see Figure 12).

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    8. On the left and right rear rack columns, install a Tinnerman nut two holes above the top screw of the rail assembly and another nut 34 holes above the top screw (see Figure 13). For an HP Rosebowl II rack, use M5 U-type Tinnerman nuts.

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    9. Slide the switch from the pallet onto the lift and then position the lift at the front of the rack. Note that the port side of the switch will go in first and will face out of the rear of the rack. The blower side will face out of the front of the rack (see Figure 14).

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    11. From the rear side of the rack, reattach the following items to the chassis: a. Using the seven #10-32 flat-head screws removed earlier, reattach the right front mounting bracket to the chassis (see Figure 15). #10-32 Flat-Head Screws (17x) Front Mounting Brackets (2x) Rear of Rack...

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    c. Using the eight #8-32 flat-head screws removed earlier, reattach the two door hinges (see Figure 16). #8-32 Flat-Head Screws (8x) Door Hinges (2x) Rear of Rack Figure 16. Reattaching the Door Hinges 12.Slide the switch into place so that the rack is flush against the flange. getting started and general reference guide...

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    13.From the front side of the rack, reattach the flanges to the rear-mount brackets with the four #10-32 pan-head screws you removed earlier from the rear mounting bracket sets (see Figure 17). Do not tighten the screws. Rear Mounting Bracket Set (Flange and Rear-Mount Bracket)

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    14.From the rear side of the rack, install screws into the second and bottom positions on the right front mounting bracket through the Tinnerman nuts installed earlier (see Figure 18). For an HP Rosebowl II rack, use M5 Torx head screws with captive lock washers. For a Compaq/Rittal rack, use #10-32 x .63”...

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    16.Press the spring-loaded pins and reattach the door to the chassis. To ensure that the switch does not emit RFI, the switch door CAUTION must be installed and kept closed during normal operation. Do not connect the switch to the network until the IP address is Note correctly set.

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  • Page 39: Starting And Configuring The Switch, Providing Initial Power To The Switch

    STARTING AND CONFIGURING THE SWITCH Providing Initial Power to the Switch 1. Connect the AC power cord retainer to the chassis: Adjusting Screw Chassis Screw Figure 19. Power Cord Retainer a. Orient one of the retainers as shown in Figure b.

  • Page 40: Configuring The Switch, Overview

    3. Tighten the adjusting screws on both retainers until the power cords cannot be disconnected. 4. Connect the power cords to a power source with voltage of 200 to 240 VAC, 50-60 Hz. HP recommends the use of two separate PDUs and two separate Note power sources to maintain high reliability.

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    stored in the WWN card and in the flash memory of the CP cards, and is automatically mirrored to the standby CP card. Configuration information can be backed up by uploading the configuration to a workstation using the command and can be ConfigUpload downloaded to the active CP card using the command.

  • Page 42: Items Required

    Items Required The following items are required to configure and connect the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64: • HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 powered on, but not yet connected to a network or fabric. • Workstation computer with a terminal emulator application (such as HyperTerminal).

  • Page 43: Configuration Procedure

    Configuration Procedure This procedure provides instructions for configuring and connecting the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 for use in a network and fabric. To configure and connect the switch: 1. Verify that the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 is on and POST is complete by verifying that all the power LED indicators on the 16-port cards and CP cards are displaying a steady green light.

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    – For most UNIX systems, enter the following string at the prompt: tip /dev/ttyb -9600 e. When the terminal emulator application stops reporting information, press Enter to get the following login prompt: CP0 Console Login f. Enter the administrative login information. The default administrative login is and the default password is admin...

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    Configuration changes can only be made through a session with the Note active CP card, although you can assign IP addresses to either CP card from a session with the active CP card. a. If the CP card in slot 5 is not the active CP card, disconnect the serial cable from the CP card, connect it to the CP card in slot 6, and log in as admin.

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    b. Enter the requested information for this IP address at the prompts: Ethernet IP Address [10.77.77.77]: Ethernet Subnetmask [0.0.0.0]: Fibre Channel IP Address [none]: Fibre Channel Subnet Mask [none]: The logical IP address is automatically updated immediately. c. To configure the IP address for logical switch 1, enter the following command at the prompt: ipAddrSet 1 d.

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    The logical switches and CP cards can now be accessed remotely, Note using telnet or Web Tools. Ensure that the switch is not being modified from any other connections during the remaining steps. The switch supports up to two telnet sessions with administrative privileges at the same time for each Ethernet port.

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    c. Enter “Y” after the “ ” prompt. Fabric parameters Fabric parameters (yes, y, no, n): [no] y d. Enter a unique domain ID. Domain: (1..239) [1] 3 e. Complete the remaining prompts or press CTRL+D to accept the other settings and exit.

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    b. Position a cable so that the key (the ridge on one side of the cable connector) is aligned with the slot in the SFP, and then insert the cable into the SFP until the latching mechanism clicks. Cables are keyed so that they can only be inserted with the correct Note orientation.

  • Page 50: Saving The System Configuration Files, Backing Up The Switch Configuration Settings

    To ensure a current configuration is available for uploading to a Note replacement switch, a routine backup of the configuration is recommended. Use the commands to save any zone cfgSave cfgEnable configurations before the switch is powered off. The saved configuration is automatically reloaded by the switch on power up.

  • Page 51: Restoring The System Configuration Settings

    location and filename of the configuration file, and is the password password for the user ID specified. If only is entered the system prompts you for each configUpload parameter. Example: switch:admin> configupload Server Name or IP Address [host]: 123.45.678.901 User Name [user]: kelev File Name [config.txt]: switch1 Protocol (RSHD or FTP) [rshd]: ftp Password:...

  • Page 52: Setting Up Speed Negotiation

    Setting Up Speed Negotiation There are two methods for configuring the ports on the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64. The port can be set to auto-sensing mode, which allows the port to automatically be configured to the highest speed. Ports can also be set to a fixed speed of either 1 or 2 Gbps.

  • Page 53: Operating The Switch, Turning The Switch On And Off

    OPERATING THE SWITCH Turning the Switch On and Off To provide power to the switch for the first time, refer to “Providing Initial Power to the Switch” page To turn on the switch: • Verify both power cords are connected to the AC power connectors on the port side of the chassis, and flip both green AC power switches to “1”.

  • Page 54: Operating Information For System Components, Port Cards

    Allow the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 to run for a CAUTION minimum of 10 minutes after powering on before powering off again. Operating Information for System Components The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 can contain up to two logical switches, each with its own configuration: one for any 16-port cards in slots 1-4 and one for any 16-port cards in slots 7-10.

  • Page 55: Control Processor Cards

    The switch can continue to operate while a 16-port card is replaced, but any devices connected to the 16-port card must be disconnected. To determine the status of a 16-port card: 1. Check the LED indicators on the 16-port card. Refer to Table 5 page 56 for LED interpretation.

  • Page 56: Power Supplies

    • Ethernet port The Ethernet port has an RJ-45 connector and is capable of speeds of 10/100 Mbps. A separate modem can be connected to each modem serial port, and then connected to the same or separate telephone lines for redundancy. The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 only detects modems Note during power on or reboot.

  • Page 57: Ac Power Input Connectors And Ac Power Switches

    #3 (color-coded blue), and the right power connector provides power to the power supplies in slots #2 and #4 (color-coded yellow). The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 can continue operating while a power supply is replaced if at least one power supply continues operating for every four 16-port cards installed.

  • Page 58: Blower Assemblies

    Unplugging a single power cable can power down the entire CAUTION switch, depending on which power supply slots contain power supplies. Two power cords are provided to connect the switch chassis to the PDUs. PDU and country specific cables are ordered separately. The AC power switches light up green when on.

  • Page 59: Wwn Card And Bezel

    2. Check blower assembly status using the command. The status fanShow for each blower assembly displays OK, absent, or faulty. If any of the blower assemblies are absent or faulty, contact HP support to order replacement parts, as necessary. For additional information about the command, refer to the hp StorageWorks fabric os reference.

  • Page 60: Sfps, Fibre Channel Cable Connections And Management

    SFPs The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 accommodates 32 to 128 SFPs. The SFPs supported are the SWL (short wavelength) and LWL (long wavelength) fibre-optics. Shortwave SFPs have black dots visible from the front. Longwave SFPs have blue dots visible from the front. The SFPs qualified by HP are 1Gb/2Gb capable.

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    Table 4. LC to LC Cables Used with the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 LC - LC Cable Connectors Product Number Part Number Description C7524A 5065-5101 2m FC Cable LC duplex M/M C7525A 5065-5102 16m FC Cable LC duplex M/M C7526A 5065-5103 50m FC Cable LC duplex M/M...

  • Page 62: Interpreting Led Activity, Leds On The 16-port Card

    Interpreting LED Activity System activity and status can be determined through the activity of the LED indicators on the switch. There are three possible LED states: • No light • Steady light, in one of the following colors: – Green –...

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    Direction to Push Power LED Yellow Ejector Button Status LED Fibre Channel Port (16x) Port Speed LED (16x) Port Status LED (16x) Direction to Push Ejector (2x) Yellow Ejector Button Figure 20. Front of the 16-Port Card Operating the Switch...

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    Table 5. 16-Port Card LED Patterns Location of Purpose Color of LED Status of Hardware Recommended Action of LED Top LED Power No light 16-port card does not have Ensure card is firmly seated (LED is off) incoming power. and has power. Steady green 16-port card has incoming No action required.

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    Table 5. 16-Port Card LED Patterns Location of Purpose Color of LED Status of Hardware Recommended Action of LED Left of each Port No light Either the 16-port card does Verify that Power LED is port, lower Status (LED is off) not have incoming power or lit, and check transceiver there is no light or signal...

  • Page 66: Leds On The Control Processor Card

    LEDs on the Control Processor Card The CP card has four LEDs: a CP Card Power LED, a CP Card Status LED, a Link Status and Activity LED, and a Link Speed LED. The LEDs patterns may temporarily change during POST and other Note diagnostic tests.

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    Power LED Direction to Push Yellow Ejector Button RS-232 Modem Port Status LED 10101 Terminal Serial Port Link Status LED Ethernet Port Link Speed LED 10/100 Mb/s Direction to Push Ejector (2x) Yellow Ejector Button Figure 21. Front of Control Processor Card Operating the Switch...

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    Table 6. Control Processor Card LED Patterns Location of Purpose Color of LED Status of Hardware Recommended Action of LED Top LED Power No light CP card does not have Ensure CP card is firmly (LED is off) incoming power. seated and has power.

  • Page 69: Leds On The Power Supply

    LEDs on the Power Supply Each power supply has three LEDs: the top LED is the Power Supply Power LED, the center LED is the Power Supply Predictive Failure LED, and the lower LED is the Power Supply Fail LED. If only one AC power switch is turned on, the Fail LED on each of the two power supplies without power will light up.

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    Table 7. Power Supply LED Patterns Location of Purpose Color of LED Status of Hardware Recommended Action of LED Upper LED Power No light Power supply does not have Ensure power supply is (LED is off) incoming power and is not firmly seated, switch has providing power to switch.

  • Page 71: Leds On The Blower Assemblies

    LEDs on the Blower Assemblies Each blower assembly has two LEDs: a Power LED and a Fault LED. The LEDs patterns may temporarily change during POST and other Note diagnostic tests. Fault Power Handle Thumbscrew (2x) Figure 23. Blower Assembly Table 8.

  • Page 72: Leds On The Wwn Card And Bezel

    Table 8. Blower Assembly LED Patterns Location of Purpose Color of LED Status of Hardware Recommended Action of LED Right LED Fault No light Blower assembly is either Ensure blower assembly (LED is off) healthy or does not have has incoming power. incoming power.

  • Page 73: Interpreting Post Results

    CP Cards (Slots 5 and 6) 16-Port Cards Power LED (Upper LED) (Slots 1-4 and 7-10) Power Supplies Status LED (Lower LED) Power LED (Upper LED) Power LED (Left LED) Status LED (Lower LED) Status LED (Right LED) pwr4 pwr3 pwr2 pwr1 Figure 24.

  • Page 74: Maintaining The Switch, Field-replaceable Units (frus), Performing Diagnostic Tests

    Maintaining the Switch The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 does not require any regular physical maintenance and is designed to minimize the chance of failure, including field-replaceable units (FRUs) and diagnostic tests. For information on obtaining license keys or the most current technical support information about this product, visit the HP Web site at http://www.hp.com/support/coreswitch264 Field-Replaceable Units (FRUs)

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    Diagnostic tests may temporarily lock the transmit and receive speed Note of the links to a specific speed. Table 9. Diagnostic Test Commands and Descriptions Test Command Description Error Log Displays the error log without errDump page breaks. Switch Offline Sets the switch to offline state switchDisable necessary to run certain switch...

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    Table 9. Diagnostic Test Commands and Descriptions Test Command Description Cross Port Test Checks all switch paths. Frames crossPortTest transmitted by port M are looped back via external cable and received at port N. Run offline or online. Spin Silk Test Checks all switch paths at the spinSilk maximum speed of 1 Gbps.

  • Page 77: Specifications, Switch Components

    SPECIFICATIONS Switch Components The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 consists of the following components: • A 14U chassis, designed to be mounted in a standard 19-inch rack. Two HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 switches may be mounted in a standard 42U rack. •...

  • Page 78: Physical Dimensions, Switch And Component Weights

    • A WWN card and bezel. • Three blower assemblies for forced-air cooling that flows from the blower assembly side of the chassis to the port side of the chassis. The fans provide adequate cooling for the maximum switch power rating of 102 Watts.

  • Page 79: Facility Requirements, Power Specifications

    Table 11. Component Weights Component Value CP Card 5.6 pounds (2.5 kg) 16-Port Card 8.6 pounds (3.9 kg) Card Filler Panel 3.2 pounds (1.6 kg) Cable Management Tray 0.6 pounds (0.27 kg) Facility Requirements To ensure correct operation of the switch, the facility where the switch is used must meet the following requirements: •...

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    To remove power to the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64, WARNING disconnect both power cables. The power supplies are universal and capable of functioning worldwide without using voltage jumpers or switches. They meet IEC 61000-4-5 surge voltage requirements and are autoranging in terms of accommodating input voltages and line frequencies.

  • Page 81: Environmental

    Environmental The following table lists the acceptable environmental ranges. The requirements for non-operating conditions are also provided for acceptable storage and transportation environments. Table 13. Environmental Requirements Condition Acceptable Range 0°C to 40°C Temperature (operating) (32°F to 104°F) Temperature (non-operating) -35°C to 65°C (-31°F to 149°F) Humidity (operating)

  • Page 82: General

    General The following table lists the general specifications for the HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64. Table 14. General Specifications Specification Description Configurable F_Port, FL_Port, and E_Port connections port types Number of 32 to 128 SFP ports Fibre Channel ports Fibre Channel 1 or 2 Gbps, full duplex port speed Chassis type...

  • Page 83: Port Card Specifications, Port Specifications

    Table 14. General Specifications Specification Description Fabric Complies with FC-SW 5.0 initialization IP over Fibre Complies with FC-IP 2.3 of the FCA profile Channel (FC-IP) Aggregate I/O Per port: 4 Gbps, running at 2 Gbps, full duplex bandwidth Per 16-port card: 64 Gbps, all 16 ports at 2 Gbps, full duplex Port to port Less than 2 microseconds with no contention...

  • Page 84: Control Processor Card Specifications, Memory Specifications, Battery Specifications

    serial stream. The parallel data is expected to be “8B/10B” encoded data or equivalent. The ports are compatible with optical SWL (short wave-length: 780-850 nm), and optical LWL (long wave-length: 1270-1350 nm), SFPs, and SFP-compatible cables. The strength of the signal is determined by the type of SFP in use.

  • Page 85: Terminal Serial Port Specifications

    There is danger of explosion if the battery is incorrectly WARNING replaced. All used batteries must be discarded according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Contact HP support if the real time clock begins to lose time. Terminal Serial Port Specifications Each CP card provides a terminal serial port with a DB-9 connector with an RS-232 signal subset (see Figure 21 page...

  • Page 86: Modem Serial Port Specifications

    Modem Serial Port Specifications Each CP card has a modem serial port with a fully RS-232 compliant DB-9 connector (see Figure 21 page 59). For dust and ESD protection, a cover is provided for the serial port Note and should be kept on the port whenever the serial port is not in use. The modem port can be used to attach a modem to each CP card and perform dial-in support operations including switch configuration and troubleshooting.

  • Page 87: Post Specifications

    Post Specifications The HP StorageWorks Core Switch 2/64 performs POST by default each time the chassis is powered on (cold boot) or the switch is rebooted. The switch can be rebooted using the , or switchreboot reboot fastboot commands. The command reboots the switches without running fastboot POST.

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  • Page 89: Product Regulatory Information

    The end user of this product should be aware that any changes or modifications made to this equipment without the approval of 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 90: Germany Noise Declaration

    Germany Noise Declaration Geräuschemission (Deutschland) Geräuschemission nach ISO 9296 (33° C): LpA m 62,4 dB (Beobachterposition) VCCI EMC Statement (Japan) Harmonics Conformance (Japan) BSMI EMC Statement (Taiwan) RRL EMC Statement (Korea) getting started and general reference guide...

  • Page 91: Laser Safety

    Laser Safety A. Certification and Classification Information When equipped with native Fibre Channel adapters, this product contains a laser internal to the small form factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver modules. In the USA, the SFP module is certified as a Class 1 Laser product, conforming to the requirements contained in Department Of Health and Human Services (DHHS) regulation 21 CFR, Subchapter J.

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    Battery Disposal Statement The Lithium Ion battery used in this product may be harmful to the environment if not disposed of properly. Please follow the local, state or country regulations regarding the proper disposal of these batteries. Battery Disposal Statement Bij dit produkt zijn batterijen geleverd.

  • Page 93: Declaration Of Conformity

    Declaration of Conformity Product Regulatory Information...

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