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NEC Express5800 120Bb-m6 Getting Started Manual

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Preface
Unpack the carton box and make sure that you have everything
and that individual components are not damaged.
See the attached packing list.
The "NEC EXPRESSBUILDER" DVD is to be used when setting up (or resetting up) your server, therefore
store them in a designated place. We recommend you to print out the "User's Guide" stored in the
"NEC EXPRESSBUILDER" DVD and read it along with this guide before setting up your server. See the
"NEC EXPRESSBUILDER" on the rear face of this guide.
Blade Enclosure
The blade enclosure is the rack mount chassis exclusively used to be equipped with CPU blades and power supply unit. The blade enclosure is installed in the NEC rack
or NEC-recommended rack conforming to the EIA standard.
Refer to blade enclosure User's Guide for detail.
CPU Blade
The CPU blade can be equipped with memory module and additional board.
For options, refer to Chapter 9 of the User's Guide stored in the provided DVD-
ROM.
POWER switch
POWER lamp (green/amber)
DUMP switch
STATUS lamp(green/amber/red)
LAN1 Link/Access lamp (green)
RESET switch
LAN3 Link/Access lamp (green)
LAN2 Link/Access lamp (green)
LAN4 Link/Access lamp (green)
ID switch
ID lamp(blue)
Eject lever
SUV connector
Make sure that the blade enclosure does not contain any CPU blade.
Install the blade enclosure in the rack. Then, install the CPU blade in the
blade enclosure.
Refer to Chapter 2 of the User's Guide stored in DVD-ROM.
<Installation of CPU blades>
(1) If an optional slot cover is installed
on the slot on which the CPU blade
is to be installed, remove it. Unlock
the CPU blade by holding the lever
at the front, pull out the CPU blade,
and then remove the slot cover.
Keep the removed slot cover for future use.
Do not remove the slot cover from any other slot.
The CPU blade can be installed in the following slots of Blade
Enclosure(SIGMABLADE-M).
Slots 1 and 2
Slots 3 and 4
Slots 5 and 6
Slots 7 and 8
Read this Guide First.
Getting Started describes the procedures necessary for running the
server after you unpack the product. Follow these steps to complete
your installation successfully.
Do not disconnect/connect the power plug while your hands are wet.
Refer to the following items of the User's
Failure to follow this warning may cause an electric shock.
Guide and follow the instructions for your
Make sure to power off the CPU blade and take out the CPU blade
from the blade enclosure before installing/removing internal optional
safety to setup the server:
devices.
If it starts thundering, do not touch any part of the server including
"SYMBOLS USED IN THIS USER'S
the cables. Failure to follow this warning may cause an electric shock.
GUIDE AND WARNING LABELS" and
Never attempt to disassemble, repair, or alter the server on any
"SAFETY INDICATION"
occasion other than described in this User's Guide.
At least four persons are required to carry the blade enclosure. Firmly hold the handle on the blade
enclosure while carrying the blade enclosure.
Do not install the server in dusty, humid, smoke or oily place. Also avoid installing the server in a place
exposed to direct sunlight.
Use the power cord that comes with your blade enclosure or NEC-specified power cord.
Plug in to a proper power source.
Do not install the enclosure where you need an extension cord.
(2) Gently put the CPU blade on the
clean, rigid, and flat desk. Loosen
the screw of the ejector to allow the
ejector to be opened.
(3) Hold the frame of the CPU blade so
that its MP connector faces the
Blade Enclosure and the hard disk
drive downward.
Do not hold the ejector to install the CPU blade in the Blade Enclosure.
The ejector may be disengaged from the CPU blade that causes the CPU
blade to fall down. Or, the ejector may be bent that causes damage to
the CPU blade.
(4) Align the frame of the CPU blade with
the guide rails of the blade enclosure,
and insert the CPU blade into the end
of blade enclosure slowly and
carefully.
1
Make sure that the ejector hook is hit
to the frame of the blade enclosure, as
shown in the figure.
Lever
Frame
(5) Firmly push in the ejector of the CPU blade, and push the frame at the
5
front of the blade enclosure. Then, tighten the screw of the ejector to fix
the CPU blade to the blade enclosure.
Hard Disk Drive
Up to six hard disk drives can be connected to a CPU blade. Each drive must be
installed in a drive carrier. (To order a disk with a carrier, contact your sales
representative or dealer.)
1.
To install a hard disk drive in the slot 1
and the subsequent slot, remove a
hard disk tray from the slot to install a
hard disk drive.
Keep the removed hard disk
tray for future use.
2.
Release the lock of the lever on the hard
disk drive to make the lever opened.
3.
Hold the hard disk drive so that the BP
connector faces the storage unit and the
lever on the front of the drive carrier
faces the top.
Ejector
4.
Insert the end of the drive carrier into
the hard disk drive slot slowly and
carefully.
5.
Insert the drive carrier until it hits the
slot end, and lift the lever.
Make sure that the hook
below the lever is hung on the
frame.
Model
Diskless model
Ejector hook
Prepare the hard disk drive and operating system separately.

Installing Options

Install the optional devices required for the CPU blade and the blade enclosure.
Refer to blade enclosure User's Guide for detail.
Slot 0
Slot 1
Slot 2

Cable Connection

The keyboard, mouse, display unit, and network devices are connected to the
Connector board in the blade enclosure that is connected with the MP connector
at the rear of the blade enclosure.
Slot 3
Slot 4
Slot 5
Monitor
Keyboard
The SUV connector on the front of the CPU blade is not used in normal operation.
Use the SUV connector in the following cases:
Installing OS (when the CPU blade is installed in blade enclosure(10U))
Maintenance
Updating BIOS and firmware
Connect the K410-150(00) SUV cable (separately priced, or provided with the
Blade Enclosure) to the SUV connector. Then, connect peripheral devices to the
connectors of SUV cable.
CPU blade
* When you use the N8460-009 external DVD-ROM drive, use the branch
USB cable provided with the CPU blade.
Refer to Chapter 2 of the User's Guide stored in DVD-ROM.
Finally, connect the power cord coming with the power supply unit to the AC inlet
of power supply unit at the rear of the blade enclosure and the AC outlet for 200-
240 VAC.
The power cord coming with the power supply unit can be exclusively
used for the 200-240 VAC power. Connect the power cord only to an AC
outlet for 200-240 VAC.
Go on to the next page.
Mouse
Monitor
USB
External
floppy disk drive
Self-powerd USB hub
External
USB
DVD-ROM
drive*
Mouse
Keyboard

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  • Page 1: Installing Options

    Slot 4 Slot 5 The blade enclosure is the rack mount chassis exclusively used to be equipped with CPU blades and power supply unit. The blade enclosure is installed in the NEC rack or NEC-recommended rack conforming to the EIA standard.
  • Page 2 Refer to “Terminal Service” in Chapter 5 of the User's Guide in the DVD-ROM for details on the setup procedure. Trademark NEC ESMPRO is a trademark of NEC Corporation. All other product, brand, or trade names used in this publication are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective trademark owners.