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hp StorageWorks
Network Storage Router N1200
Product Version: 2.0
Second Edition (November 2003)
Part Number: 282011-002
282011-002
The HP StorageWorks Network Storage Router provides bidirectional connectivity in either a
Fibre Channel Switched Fabric or a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop environment, supporting
Fibre Channel and SCSI devices.
This user guide provides instructional information for configuring the network storage router.

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  • Page 1: User Guide

    Second Edition (November 2003) Part Number: 282011-002 282011-002 The HP StorageWorks Network Storage Router provides bidirectional connectivity in either a Fibre Channel Switched Fabric or a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop environment, supporting Fibre Channel and SCSI devices. This user guide provides instructional information for configuring the network storage router.

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    Hewlett-Packard. The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    HP Authorized Reseller ........

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    Common Fibre Channel and SCSI Mapping Tasks ......65 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    Active Fabric Configuration ..........128 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    General Commands ............162 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    Index ............187 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    Contents Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 9: About This Guide

    Install the Network Storage Router Configure the Network Storage Router About this Guide topics include: Overview, page 10 Conventions, page 11 Rack Stability, page 14 Getting Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide About this Guide About this Guide Help, page 15 About This Guide...

  • Page 10: Overview

    Knowledge of related hardware/software Previous version of the product/firmware Related Documentation In addition to this guide, HP provides corresponding information: Fibre Channel Physical and Signaling Interface (FC-PH), ANSI X3T9.3/Project 755D/Rev. 4.3, Contact: Global Engineering, 1-800-854-7179 Fibre Channel Protocol for SCSI (FCP) Revision 12...

  • Page 11: Conventions

    The following symbols may be found in the text of this guide. They have the following meanings. WARNING: directions in the warning could result in bodily harm or death. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Table 1 Element Figure 1...

  • Page 12: Equipment Symbols

    Contact with this surface could result in injury. To reduce the risk of personal safety from a hot WARNING: component, allow the surface to cool before touching. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Power supplies or systems marked with these symbols indicate the presence of multiple sources of power. WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal safety from electrical shock, remove all power cords to completely disconnect power from the power supplies and systems.

  • Page 14: Rack Stability

    Only one rack component is extended at any time. A rack may become unstable if more than one rack component is extended for any reason. To reduce the risk of personal safety or damage to the Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 15: Getting Help

    Operating system type and revision level Detailed, specific questions HP Storage Website The HP website has the latest information on this product, as well as the latest drivers. Access storage at: http://www.hp.com. From this website, select the appropriate product or solution.

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    About this Guide Elsewhere, see the HP website for locations and telephone numbers: http://www.hp.com. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 17: Introduction

    Introduction The HP StorageWorks Network Storage Router provides bidirectional connectivity for Narrow/Wide Fast/Ultra-3 SCSI buses in either a Fibre Channel Switched Fabric (FC-SW) or a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) environment. This chapter explains the following: External Features — Power Indicator —...

  • Page 18: External Features Overview

    Description Power connector I/O panel Power LED Serial port, 6 pin RJ-11, RS-232 10/100 TX Ethernet port Fibre Channel port LVD SCSI Port 0 LVD SCSI Port 1 I/O Panel Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 19: Power Indicator

    One Ethernet port with an LED indicator is included in the router. See page 18 for the location of the Ethernet port. Ethernet port LED definition: Activity - Port activity Link - Valid Ethernet link Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 2 Autobaud, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 None XON/XOFF...

  • Page 20: Fibre Channel Port

    18 for the location of the SCSI buses. SCSI bus LED definition: Green - SCSI bus activity on corresponding port on page 18 for the location of the Fibre Channel port. Figure 2 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 21: Functional Overview

    Changer Devices – Tape and Magneto-Optical Libraries The router provides multiple Fibre Channel to SCSI I/O configurations. A sample configuration is illustrated in Figure 3: Example configuration FC Host Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure SCSI Tape Drives SCSI...

  • Page 22: Fibre Channel To Scsi Protocol Process

    The router interprets the Fibre Channel information packet and programs the router SCSI controller to process the transaction. The router SCSI controller sends the command to the SCSI device (target). The SCSI target interprets the command and executes it. StorageWorks Router Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 23: Scsi To Fibre Channel Protocol Process

    Figure 5: Converting SCSI to Fibre Channel protocol process FC Device FC Device Table 4: Converting SCSI to Fibre Channel protocol process description Item Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 5 is an illustration of the process and defines StorageWorks Router Hub or Switch...

  • Page 24: Lan-free Backup And Restore

    Router SERVER SCSI TAPE UNIT StorageWorks Router Link/ Fibre LVD/SE SCSl Channel Pwr. Serial Ethernet Fibre LVD/SE SCSl Link/ Channel Ethernet SERVER SERVER Figure Fibre Channel ETHERNET SCSI DATA MOVEMENT FIBRE CHANNEL DISK SERVER Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 25: Server-free Data Movement

    Server-free backup can be activated using the Active Fabric Configuration Menu option. When activated, the router is enabled for both server-free and LAN-free capabilities. When deactivated, only LAN-free capabilities are supported. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide SCSI TAPE UNIT...

  • Page 26: Router Specifications

    Shipping and Storing Environmental Requirements Temperature: -40 to +55°C Relative Humidity: 0 to 92% (non-condensing) Power Requirements VAC: 100 - 240 (auto sensing) 50/60 Hz, 2.0 Amps (each power supply) “Controller LUN Commands” on page 161 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 27: Configuration Overview

    Configuration Overview The HP StorageWorks Network Storage Router can be configured and managed using several user interfaces (UI). Each UI is introduced in this chapter, along with information about common configuration settings. Included are: Router Default Ethernet Overview, page 29 Common Configuration —...

  • Page 28: Router Default Ethernet Settings

    HP recommends that you change these values from the defaults. All settings within the router configuration are preset with default values. These values are set to allow the router to be installed into most HP environments with little or no configuration changes.

  • Page 29: Ui Overview

    For complete information on accessing and using the Telnet UI, see User Interface” on page 87. The router supports the use of the FTP UI to perform several copy procedures using the Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Interface” on page 37. ® ® Windows...

  • Page 30: Snmp (snmp Is Not Supported)

    Configuration Overview For more information, see SNMP (SNMP is not supported) SNMP is not supported “FTP User Interface” on page 143. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 31: Common Configuration Settings

    Because negotiation is on a device-specific basis, the router can support a mix of SCSI device types on the same SCSI bus. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide “Serial/Telnet User Commands” on page 161.

  • Page 32: Fibre Channel Port Configuration

    Device address changes can affect the mapping represented by the host operating system to the application, and have adverse effects. An example is tape library installation, where the application configuration requires fixed device identification for proper operation. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 33: Fibre Channel Switched Fabric Configuration

    1, then the address is 1. If the selection is 125, the AL_PA address is 0xEF. Some Fibre Channel HBAs will map devices differently, so verify the AL_PA by reviewing the documentation for the HBA. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Configuration Overview...

  • Page 34: Logical Unit Management

    ID is the Initiator ID (0 - 15). When a host is unknown or is not assigned a specific map, the router will use the default map. Indexed Maps An indexed map is initially empty and can be modified by the user. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 35: Buffered Tape Writes

    Some applications require confirmation of individual blocks being written to the medium, such as for audit trail tapes or log tapes. In these instances, the Buffer Tape Writes option must be disabled. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Configuration Overview...

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    Configuration Overview Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 37: Visual Manager User Interface

    Visual Manager User Interface The HP StorageWorks Visual Manager user interface (UI) provides a graphical format that is used to remotely view and change router configurations. Use the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Netscape (version 6.2 or greater) web browsers to access Visual Manager.

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    — Clear Current Traces and Clear Assert Traces — Event Log Configuration — Event Log Display — Clear Event Log Report Menu, page 84 Reboot Option, page 85 Menu, page 73 Menu, page 74 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 39: Visual Manager Access

    The home page is accessible to anyone who knows the router IP address. 6. Select the desired menu option to access menus and screens. The Password dialog box is displayed. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface...

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    Figure 8: Password dialog box The default user name is information is required only once per session. Note: HP recommends changing the user name and password from the defaults. Note: Username and password are case-sensitive. Full access is granted to the VM menus.

  • Page 41: Visual Manager Best Practices

    Except for the user name, password, and override settings, fields are not case sensitive. HP recommends that you not bookmark VM pages with the Web browser. Because configuration information is transmitted via URLs, it is possible that the router could be configured with information present at the time a page was bookmarked.

  • Page 42: Main Menu

    Figure 9: Visual Manager Home page Home page information includes: The HP logo is located in the upper left corner of the page. example of this portion of the home page screen. If the Internet is accessible to the host, click the HP logo to open the HP website.

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    — Voltage measurements Note: The temperature warning message appears only on the home page. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide is an example of this portion of the home page screen. Visual Manager User Interface...

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    — Statistics displays router statistics. — Utilities configures utility settings. — Report displays system information. — Reboot restarts the router. Each Main Menu option is discussed in the following sections of this chapter. Figure 12). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 45: System Menu

    Real-Time Clock configuration configures system date and time. Power Supply configuration configures the number of power supplies. Reset menu restores factory default settings. Each menu option is discussed in the following paragraphs. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 13). Visual Manager User Interface...

  • Page 46: Serial Configuration

    If the Autobaud feature is being used, it may not be necessary to set the baud rate. Figure 14: Serial screen The current baud-rate setting is displayed. HP recommends setting the baud rate to 115200. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 47: Network Configuration

    Each of these Network Menu options is discussed in the following sections. Network Settings To change the hostname, enter an alphanumeric entry of one word up to 8 characters in length. Then, select Submit. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface...

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    Caution: occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. The Ethernet physical address is always assigned by the manufacturer.

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    Telnet or VM. Because the method of setting up a lease reservation varies, depending on the DHCP server being used contact the Network Administrator for assistance. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface...

  • Page 50: Active Fabric Configuration

    LUN must be enabled and included in a relevant map. Note: If Server-Free Backup Mode is enabled, Fibre Channel Discovery must be enabled to allow router access to Fibre Channel targets. Figure Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide 17).

  • Page 51: User Configuration

    Figure 18: User screen User settings: User Name (default: Password (default: The user name and password should be unique and kept confidential. HP recommends using a combination of letters and numbers when creating the user name and password. Note: These security settings affect all user interfaces of the router.

  • Page 52: Real-time Clock Configuration

    Date Settings sets the month, date, and year. — Use a four-digit number to represent the year. Day of Week sets the day of week. Time Settings sets the hours, minutes, and seconds. — The system clock is a 24-hour clock. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 53: Reset Menu

    Resetting to factory defaults through VM will not affect Ethernet connectivity. User-configured values for the IP address and gateway will be retained. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Resetting the router configuration to the factory defaults will delete Visual Manager User Interface...

  • Page 54: Ports Menu

    To make changes, modify the setting and then click Submit. Figure Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide 21).

  • Page 55: Fibre Channel Port Configuration

    Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. Port Name Low sets a new value for the World Wide Port Name High.

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    Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. Port Mode (default: N_Port) sets the port mode.

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    Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. When enabled, to enhance performance, Buffered Tape Writes return status on consecutive write commands prior to the tape device receiving data.

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    Set. A router-to-router configuration is a type of configuration where one router appears as a target to another initiator router. — Link Garbage Deletion toggles between Enabled and Disabled. Structures” on page 169. “Mapping Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide “Addressing Menu” on page 64.

  • Page 59: Scsi Bus Configuration

    Target ID(s) adds or removes Target IDs. Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. Note: Target IDs must be setup prior to mapping devices on the SCSI bus.

  • Page 60

    Discovery Delay is the wait time after a power-up or reboot before discovering SCSI devices. Note: HP recommends setting the value to at least 2 seconds to ensure all SCSI devices complete their individual power-ups. Bus Reset on Boot toggles between Enabled and Disabled.

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    Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. The current map can be set to: —...

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    Ultra SCSI-3 but cannot handle the speed. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 63: Discovery Menu

    Figure 26: Discovery page To perform a manual discovery: 1. Select the Fibre Channel port or SCSI bus from the menu bar or the router image. 2. Then, select Go. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface Figure 26).

  • Page 64: Mapping Menu

    SCSI Mapping System/User Generated System System System User Tasks, page 66 Tasks, page 70 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Fibre Channel or SCSI Fibre Channel and SCSI Fibre Channel and SCSI SCSI Fibre Channel and SCSI Tasks, page 65...

  • Page 65: Common Fibre Channel And Scsi Mapping Tasks

    Viewing and changing Host information is discussed in the following paragraphs. Delete Host deletes the current host. Note: Built at runtime hosts cannot be deleted. Add Map adds a new map. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface Figure 27).

  • Page 66: Fibre Channel Mapping Tasks

    1. In the Mapping Menu screen, select the desired Fibre Channel port. 2. Click Edit/View in the Host section of the screen. The Fibre Channel Host Name dialog box is displayed. Current host information is shown at the top of the dialog box. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    Port WWN Hi (hexadecimal) (service mode-restricted access) Port WWN Lo (hexadecimal) (service mode-restricted access) Node WWN Hi (hexadecimal) (service mode-restricted access) Node WWN Lo (hexadecimal) (service mode-restricted access) Map Name Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface Figure 28).

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    Figure 29: Fibre Channel Map dialog box Note: Auto-Assigned and SCC maps cannot be modified, cleared, filled, or have entries removed. Note: Map settings are saved to memory when any button within the page is selected. 29). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    To add a new device to the map, use the drop-down boxes to enter the settings, and then click Create Entry in the Manual Device Entry section of the screen. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface...

  • Page 70: Scsi Mapping Tasks

    3. Enter the new settings and then click Modify (see Figure 30: SCSI Host Name dialog box SCSI Host Name settings: Host Name Initiator ID Map Name Figure 30). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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    Note: Auto-Assigned and SCC maps cannot be modified, cleared, filled, or have entries deleted. Note: Map settings are saved to memory when any button within the page is selected. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide 31). Visual Manager User Interface...

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    Manual Device Entry creates a map entry for a device that is not yet discovered or installed. To add a new device to the map, use the drop-down boxes to enter the settings, and then click Create Entry in the Manual Device Entry section of the screen. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 73: Statistics Menu

    To view information for a specific port or bus, click the component on the menu bar or the router image. To refresh the display, select Reset SCSI system statistics. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface Figure...

  • Page 74: Utilities Menu

    Clear Assert Traces clear current trace information. Event Log Settings configures Event Log settings. Event Log display displays the Event Log. Clear Event Log clears the Event Log. Each Utility Menu option is discussed in the following sections. Figure 33). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 75: Ftp Utility Access

    The FTP utility then prompts for permission to run the applet. Note: Internet access is required to verify the signature for the HP FTP applet and to download the JAVA applet plug-in for your browser. To open an FTP session: 1.

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    Note: reboot will occur once the file has been received. The router cannot be accessed from the Visual Manager UI during the time that the reboot is in process, which is approximately 30 seconds. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 77: Trace Settings Configuration

    General Errors FCP Transport PS Transport PS Driver Timing Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Description Displays the most serious errors and exception conditions. Fibre Channel Protocol transport functionality will be monitored and recorded. Parallel SCSI transport functionality will be monitored and recorded.

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    Parallel SCSI functionality will be monitored and recorded. Scatter/gather list will be monitored and recorded Fibre Channel Protocol routing layer will be monitored and recorded. Controller management functionality will be monitored and recorded. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 79: Current, Previous, And Last Assert Trace Displays

    The Previous Traces screen shows data from the last boot cycle. The Last Assert Traces screen shows data since the last assertion (see Figure 36: Current Traces screen Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface Figure 36).

  • Page 80: Clear Current Traces And Clear Assert Traces

    These Utilities Menu screens are used to clear the current trace buffer or the assert trace buffer. Current router activities will not be disrupted while the buffer is cleared (see Figure 37). Figure 37: Clear Current Trace Buffer screen Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 81: Event Log Configuration

    Event logging captures the last 215 events and then starts overwriting the log. Note: To ensure accurate event logging, be sure to correctly set the clock and date in the Real Time Clock Configuration Menu. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface...

  • Page 82: Event Log Display

    Visual Manager User Interface Event Log Display The Event Log screen is used to view the Event Log (see Figure 39: Event Log display screen Figure 39). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 83: Clear Event Log

    Clear Event Log The Clear Event Log screen is used to clear the Event Log (see Current router activities will not be disrupted. Figure 40: Clear Event Log screen Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface Figure 40).

  • Page 84: Report Menu

    Visual Manager User Interface Report Menu Accessed from the Main Menu, the Report screen displays a consolidated view of all system information, including environmental conditions (see Figure 41: Report screen Figure 41). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 85: Reboot Option

    Router reboots are executed using this router Main Menu option (see When the router is rebooted, current router activities will be disrupted. All submitted configuration changes will be activated during the boot-up process. Figure 42: Reboot screen Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Visual Manager User Interface Figure 42).

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    Visual Manager User Interface Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 87: Serial/telnet User Interface

    Serial/Telnet User Interface The Serial/Telnet User Interface (UI) is used to configure and manage the HP StorageWorks Network Storage Router. This chapter describes the configuration menus and option tasks available in the Serial/Telnet UI. Note: Unless otherwise indicated, configuration changes take effect when the router reboots.

  • Page 88

    Option, page 141 — Saving copies of the trace buffers using FTP Download New Firmware Configuration, page 124 Configuration, page 127 Configuration, page 128 Configuration, page 129 Defaults, page 129 Menu, page 130 Option, page 142 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 89: Telnet Ui Access

    < 3. Enter the user name and password. The default user name is HP recommends that the user name and password be changed from the default values. The Configuration Menu is displayed. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide > is the IP address of the router...

  • Page 90: Serial Ui Access

    Parity Flow Control Note: HP recommends setting the baud rate to 115200. 5. After completing the serial port configuration, select OK to start a serial session. 6. After the serial session has started, press Enter several times to initiate router communication and display the Configuration Menu.

  • Page 91: Power Up Messages

    When power is applied to the router, a series of messages is displayed on the serial terminal or terminal emulation program (see Figure 43: Power up messages Note: Throughout this chapter, XX represents value fields. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 43).

  • Page 92: Serial/telnet Ui Main Menu

    Each Main Menu option is discussed in a separate section of this chapter. Note: Except for the login process, uppercase and lowercase characters can be used interchangeably in all of the menus. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 93: Configuration Menu

    4) Parallel SCSI Configuration configures the settings for the SCSI buses. 5) Device Mapping modifies map and host settings. 6) Trace and Event Settings Configuration modifies trace and event filter settings. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 45).

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    X) Return to Main Menu goes back to the previous screen. Because the Configuration Menu is the primary menu in the UI, each Configuration Menu option is discussed in a separate section. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 95: Baud Rate Configuration

    The asterisk (*) symbol indicates the current setting for the baud rate. Note: If the Autobaud feature is being used, it is not necessary to set a baud rate. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 46).

  • Page 96: Ethernet Configuration

    A) Save Configuration to record the changes. Ethernet Configuration Menu options: 1) Change IP address (default: 1.1.1.1) changes the router IP address. 2) Change IP Subnet Mask (default: 255.255.255.0) changes the router Subnet mask. Figure 47). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 97

    Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. The manufacturer always assigns Ethernet physical addresses to the Ethernet adapters.

  • Page 98

    Note: The security settings entered here affect all user interfaces. User names and passwords should be unique and kept confidential. HP recommends using a combination of letters and numbers when creating user names and passwords. (SNMP is not supported)

  • Page 99: Fibre Channel Configuration

    Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. 2) Change World Wide Name Low (service mode-restricted access) changes the World Wide Port Name Low.

  • Page 100

    Caution: may occur. Before changing this setting, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to this setting. 3) Toggle Hard AL_PA Usage changes the Hard AL_PA usage to either Yes or No.

  • Page 101

    — N_Port (default): This mode allows the router to bypass the loop negotiation and come up as a fabric only. Use this setting if a HP switch is being used. If the router is on a loop and N_Port mode is selected, an error in communication may occur.

  • Page 102

    — 1) Toggle Hi-Sup Bit Settings changes the Hi-Sup Bit settings. Options include Set and Clear. — 2) Toggle Forcing FCP Response Code for HP HBA #223180-B21 and #120186-001, changes the forcing of the FCP response code. Options include Off and On.

  • Page 103: Parallel Scsi Configuration

    SCSI discovery mode, SCSI bus reset, termination mode, tape backup settings, and default current map (see Figure 49: Parallel SCSI Configuration Menu Current settings for the selected SCSI bus are displayed. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 49).

  • Page 104

    Caution: difficulties may occur. Before changing these settings, evaluate the need for the change and verify the desired setting. HP recommends backing up the router configuration to an external file before making changes to these settings. 1) Edit Initiator and Target Settings changes the SCSI Initiator and Target settings.

  • Page 105

    This value should be set to no less than 250ms, according to the SCSI standard for Reset-to-Selection Time. HP recommends setting the value to at least 2 seconds to ensure all SCSI devices complete their individual power on self tests (POST.) 5) Set SCSI Termination Mode enables or disables the SCSI termination mode.

  • Page 106: Device Mapping

    4) Remove Current Map restores the default map as the Current map. System/User Generated System Fibre Channel and SCSI System Fibre Channel and SCSI System SCSI User Fibre Channel and SCSI Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Fibre Channel or SCSI Figure 50).

  • Page 107: Changing To The Next Bus

    (see Figure 51: Select Current map To indicate which map is to be the Current map, type the number that corresponds to the desired map. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 51).

  • Page 108: Viewing The Current Map

    Figure 52: FCP Current Map display Note: The entire list may not fit on one screen. Press N or P to go back and forth between screens. Figure 52 below, and Figure 53 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide on page 109 are...

  • Page 109: Creating A New Map

    Removing the Current Map In the Device Mapping Configuration Menu, choose 4) Remove Current Map to remove the Current map and restore the default map as Current. A verification prompt is displayed. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface...

  • Page 110: Editing The Current Map

    To change the name of the current map, in the Map Edit Menu, select 1) Edit Name. Enter the new name at the prompt. Note: Only user-defined map names can be changed. Figure 54). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 111

    Fibre Channel maps and on page 112 is an example of a screen display for a SCSI map. Figure 55: Edit Map Entries for a Fibre Channel map Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 56...

  • Page 112

    Delete (D) deletes a map entry. Exit (X) returns to the previous menu. Scrolling between Display Pages of the Edit Map Entries Screen To scroll up and down the map entries, select P or N. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 113

    4. In the Device List, to add a listed device to the map, enter the number from the “Num” column. If the selected device is already mapped, an error message will appear, warning about adding a duplicate device. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 57).

  • Page 114

    A device selection list is automatically generated (see Note: Devices cannot be mapped to their native port. Figure 60: Device List generated for a SCSI port Figure 59). Figure 60). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 115

    A series of questions is displayed. The questions will vary based on the “Current” map protocol. Required information includes the LUN address, protocol, port, device name, and device type (see Figure 61: Creating a Map Entry for a Fibre Channel map Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 61).

  • Page 116

    A series of questions is displayed. The questions will vary based on the “Current” map protocol. Required information includes the Target ID and LUN address, protocol, port, device name, and device type must be entered (see Figure 62: Creating an Entry for a SCSI map Figure Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide 62).

  • Page 117

    D to delete multiple LUN. Clearing the Entries from the Current Map To remove all entries from the Current map, in the Edit Map Entries screen, select 3) Clear Map. A confirmation prompt is displayed. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface...

  • Page 118: Cloning The Current Map

    The Current map can be associated with hosts available in the host list on the same port where the map is defined. Initially all hosts are associated with an Auto Assigned map. These are built at runtime hosts and cannot be edited or deleted. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 119

    Delete (D) deletes a host from the Host List. Edit (E) edits host information. Exit (X) returns to the previous menu. Each of the options is discussed in the following paragraphs. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 63 Figure 64 are examples of the Host List Display...

  • Page 120

    Deleting a Host from the Host List To remove a host from the Host List, select Delete (D). After entering the number of the host to delete, a confirmation prompt is displayed. Figure Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide 65).

  • Page 121

    To retain the current information for a prompt, press Enter at the prompt. Figure 67: Editing Host Information on a Fibre Channel port Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 68 on page 122 is an example of the screen display...

  • Page 122

    Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 68: Editing Host Information for a SCSI bus Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 123: Displaying The Entire Device List

    The entire list of maps may not fit on one screen. Select N or P to go back and forth between screens displaying more maps. Select X to return to the previous menu. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 69).

  • Page 124: Trace And Event Settings Configuration

    4. Before leaving the page, activate the new setting by entering U) Update Current Operating Trace levels. 5. This option forces the currently displayed trace settings to become effective immediately, without requiring a reboot or power cycle. Figure 70). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 71...

  • Page 125

    8. If needed, change the settings in the second Trace Settings page. Note: Be sure to set the clock and date in the Real-Time Clock Configuration Menu so that event logging is accurate. Figure 72: Trace Settings screen, continued Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 126: Configuring Event Settings

    3. This option forces the currently displayed trace settings to become effective immediately, without requiring a reboot or power cycle. Note: Set the clock and date in the Real Time Clock Configuration Menu so that event logging is accurate. Figure 73). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 127: Real-time Clock Configuration

    1. To change the date or time, select 1) Set clock. 2. A series of prompts are displayed, allowing setup of: 24-hour time Current date Current day of the week Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 74). Serial/Telnet User Interface...

  • Page 128: Active Fabric Configuration

    When Server-Free Backup Mode is set to ON, be sure Fibre Channel Discovery is also enabled. For more information on controller LUN and Extended Copy commands, see Appendix B, “Controller LUN Commands.” For information about server-free backup, see “Introduction” on page 17. Figure 75). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 129: Save Configuration

    Reset and Save Configuration to Factory Defaults In the Configuration Menu, choose C) Reset and Save Configuration to Factory Defaults to reset the router configuration to its initial settings. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface...

  • Page 130: System Utility Menu

    4) Special Fibre Channel Link States performs special diagnostics. This option is reserved for service personnel and is not documented. The System Statistics Menu and the Event Log options are discussed in the following separate sections. Figure 76). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 131: System Statistics

    In the System Statistics Menu, choose 1) Display System Status to view a variety of status information, including memory statistics, current active tasks, and stack usage. The System Status Menu is displayed (see Figure 78: System Status Menu Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 77). Figure 78).

  • Page 132

    3) Display Fibre Channel Resource Status displays Fibre Channel resource transport information. 4) Display Fibre Channel Driver Resource Status displays Fibre Channel driver information. Each menu option and example screen displays are discussed in the following subsections. Figure 79). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 133

    AL_PA InDevDataSeqs OutDevDataSeq InLnkDataSeqs InP_BSYFrames OutP_BSYFrms Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure for a list of term definitions. Current Fibre Channel link status Arbitrated loop physical address Number of Device Data sequences received by this port Number of Device Data sequences transmitted by this port...

  • Page 134

    Number of times Loss of Sync was detected Number of bad characters received Number of Link Failure conditions Number of frames received with a bad CRC Number of protocol errors detected Number of BAD SCSI frames detected Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 135

    3. To view device details, select D) Display Device Details. Viewing Fibre Channel Resource Transport Information To view FCP transport information, in the Fibre Channel Status Menu, choose 3) Display Fibre Channel Resource Status. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 136

    The Fibre Channel Driver Queues page is displayed (see The Fibre Channel Driver Queues page has no options. It is used only for viewing Fibre Channel driver resources. Figure 83: Fibre Channel Driver resource status Figure 82). Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 83).

  • Page 137

    To see a list of the devices attached to this SCSI bus in the SCSI Status Menu, choose 2) Display Attached SCSI Devices. The SCSI Device Display Menu is displayed (see Figure 85: SCSI Device Display Menu Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface Figure 84).

  • Page 138

    3) Display SCSI Resource Status. The SCSI Resource Display page is displayed. There are no options in the SCSI Resource Display. It is used only for viewing SCSI resource status (see Figure 86). Figure 86: SCSI Resource display Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 139: Event Log

    2) Display trace from previous boot cycle displays previous boot cycle trace history information. 3) Display trace from the last assertion failure displays trace history information from the last assertion failure. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Figure 87). Figure Serial/Telnet User Interface 88).

  • Page 140: Saving Copies Of The Trace Buffers Using Ftp

    — The file will transfer from the router. — To copy the previous trace buffer: get prvtrace.txt — The file will transfer from the router. and the default password is root Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide password...

  • Page 141: Reboot Option

    After this option is selected, a confirmation prompt is displayed. If a positive response is given to the confirmation message, the router is restarted. Note: Current router activities will be disrupted during a reboot. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet User Interface...

  • Page 142: Download New Firmware Option

    FLASH, and boots using the new image. Figure 89 version of the firmware has been loaded. Figure 89: Download Firmware Menu is an illustration of the Download Firmware Menu after a new Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 143: Ftp User Interface

    The following tasks can be managed through an FTP interface and are discussed in this chapter: Access the FTP Backup and Restore Configuration Copy Trace Upgrade Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide UI, page 144 Settings, page 145 Buffers, page 147 Firmware, page 148...

  • Page 144: Access The Ftp Ui

    You may also need to specify the external directory location where your FTP utility will store the backup configuration file. 3. Enter the user name and password. The default user name is and the default password is root Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide password...

  • Page 145: Backup And Restore Configuration Settings

    3. Enter the user name and password. The default user name is HP recommends that the user name and password be changed from the default values. 4. Specify binary mode: 5. Specify the filename (with the extension .cfg) using the get command: get filename.cfg...

  • Page 146: Restoring The Router Configuration

    The default IP address of the router is 1.1.1.1. 3. Enter the user name and password. The default user name is HP recommends that the user name and password be changed from the default values. 4. Specify binary mode: 5. Specify the configuration’s path and filename (with the filename extension .cfg) using the put command:...

  • Page 147: Copy Trace Buffers

    3. Enter the user name and password. The default user name is HP recommends that the user name and password be changed from the default values. 4. Specify binary mode: 5. Specify the filename (with the extension .txt) using the get command.

  • Page 148: Upgrade Firmware

    The default router IP address is 1.1.1.1. 3. Enter the user name and password. The default user name is HP recommends that the user name and password be changed from the default values. 4. Specify binary mode: 5. Specify the path and filename (extension .dlx) of the firmware file to be transferred by using the put command as shown: put <path:filename.dlx>...

  • Page 149: Basic Troubleshooting

    Basic Troubleshooting This chapter discusses some basic methods of identifying faults in the setup and configuration of the HP StorageWorks Network Storage Router. Most problems are made during the initial installation of the router. Before proceeding with advanced troubleshooting techniques, verify all connections and review the configuration.

  • Page 150: Led Indicators

    Verify the network connection. The port must be connected to a 10/100BaseT Ethernet network to function properly. For additional information and illustrations of the specific LEDs see Features Overview” on page 18. “External Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 151: Basic Troubleshooting

    SCSI Devices — Verify that the SCSI devices on a particular SCSI bus can be seen in the Configuration Menu of the router. If the router cannot see the devices, verify SCSI configuration, cabling, and termination. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Configuration, page 151 Connection, page 152...

  • Page 152: Verifying Fibre Channel Port Connection

    If devices are listed, verify the Fibre Channel HBA mapping mode or the AL_PA addresses. To verify the SCSI devices, navigate to the Windows NT Control Panel, select SCSI adapters, and double click the SCSI controller. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 153: Verifying The Router Configuration

    To resolve this situation, configure the router to use hard addressing and set the AL_PA to a value that the HBA will be able to map with an ID less than Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Restoring factory defaults overwrites user configurations. In the...

  • Page 154: Verifying Hba Device Driver Information

    Parity Flow Control If problems persist, verify the cabling. If a valid Ethernet IP address is configured, serial configuration settings can also be set via Telnet. Autobaud, 9600, 19200, 38400, 57600, 115200 None XON/XOFF Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 155: Verifying Prli Data

    Type Code Extension Response Code Originator Process Associator Responder Process Associator Initiator Function Target Function Command/Data Mixed Allowed Data/Response Mixed Allowed Read XFER_RDY Disabled Write XFER_RDY Disabled Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Item 0x20 0x10 0x10 Basic Troubleshooting Value...

  • Page 156

    Basic Troubleshooting Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 157: A Serial And Ethernet Pin Assignments

    Serial and Ethernet Pin Assignments This appendix provides details for: RJ-11 Serial Pin RJ-45 Ethernet Cable Pin Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Assignments, page 158 Assignments, page 159...

  • Page 158: Rj-11 Serial Pin Assignments

    To connect the router to a host system, use a RS-232 null modem cable. Figure Fibre Link/ Channel Serial Ethernet Table 12 correspond to the pin assignments in Description No connection Serial common (ground) Transmit data Receive data CTS (clear to send) LVD/SE SCSl Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 159: Rj-45 Ethernet Cable Pin Assignments

    The pin definitions listed in Figure The router Ethernet connection supports the IEEE specifications for 10BASE-T and 100BASE-TX Ethernet standards. Table 13: RJ-45 Ethernet Pin Assignments Item Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Fibre Link/ Channel Serial Ethernet Table 13...

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    Serial and Ethernet Pin Assignments Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 161: Controller Lun Commands

    Controller LUN Commands The HP StorageWorks Network Storage Router supports and executes the set of SCSI-3 commands listed in this Appendix. These commands can be received as FCP commands over the Fibre Channel bus and are supported by the Controller LUNs.

  • Page 162: General Commands

    Allocation Length Least Significant Byte (LSB) Reserved Control Byte The router returns the LUN Parameters as defined in Table 15: Report LUNs Data Bit/ Byte Most Significant Byte (MSB) LUNs Length List Table Table Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 163: Inquiry Command

    The format of the Inquiry Command is shown in Table 16: Format of LUN Inquiry Command Bit/ Byte Operation Code (Example: 0x12) Page Code or Operation Code Reserved Allocation Length Control Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Reserved Controller LUN Commands Table EVPD...

  • Page 164

    Wbus32 Sync Linked CmdQue SftRe Item Figure Table 18 Value 0x00 0x0C – Indicates Router/Router function 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x02 – SCSI-2 Inquiry Data Format 0x20 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 165

    The router will only reply to a SCSI Inquiry using 8-byte LUN field of 0x00. Note: The Revision Level comes from the last four characters of the build string, which appears in the headings for most menu screens. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Item “HP” “router”...

  • Page 166: Copy Manager Commands

    The Extended Copy command supports the following Target descriptor codes listed in Table Table 19: Extended Copy Target descriptor codes, version 99-143r1 Fibre Channel World Wide Name Target Descriptor Fibre Channel N_Port Target descriptor Item Value 0xE0 0xE1 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 167

    Table 22: Extended Copy Initiator codes, version SPC2 Block to Stream Stream to Block Block to Stream Stream to Stream Inline Data to Stream Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Table Item 0x00 0x01 0x02 0x04 0x06...

  • Page 168: Receive Copy Results Command

    The router supports the Mode Sense (6) and Mode Sense (10) commands, used in conjunction with the 99-143r1 version of Extended Copy command. Item 0x06 0x07 0x08 0x0f 0x11 0x12 Item 0x00 Table Item 0x00 0x01 0x03 0x04 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Value Table Value Value...

  • Page 169: C Addressing Methods And Table Structures

    8-bit FCP LUN are used. Table 25: Addressing Sequence Bit/Byte Table 26: Address Method Definitions Code Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Table 28. First level addressing is supported, so only the first Address Method Address Method Specific...

  • Page 170

    Table 29). 84:0xA6 105:0xC9 85:0xA7 106:0xCA 86:0xA9 107:0xCB 87:0xAA 108:0xCC 88:0xAB 109:0xCD 89:0xAC 110:0xCE 90:0xAD 111:0xD1 91:0xAE 112:0xD2 92:0xB1 113:0xD3 93:0xB2 114:0xD4 94:0xB3 115:0xD5 95:0xB4 116:0xD6 96:0xB5 117:0xD9 97:0xB6 118:0xDA 98:0xB9 119:0xDC 99:0xBA 120:0xE0 Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 171

    Table 29: Arbitrated Loop Node-Number to AL-PA Lookup Table 16:0x29 17:0x2A 18:0x2B 19:0x2C 20:0x2D Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide 37:0x4B 58:0x6D 79:0x9D 38:0x4C 59:0x6E 80:0x9E 39:0x4D 60:0x71 81:0x9F 40:0x4E 61:0x72 82:0xA3 41:0x51 62:0x73 83:0xA5 Addressing Methods and Table Structures...

  • Page 172: Scc (scsi Controller Command) Addressing Method

    Report LUNs command. This command is sent to the router (using the Peripheral Device Addressing method). The router returns a table indicating the attached devices. The host can then perform actions on these devices directly without performing further discovery processing. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 173: Auto Assigned Addressing Method

    Auto Assigned Addressing. Configuration options provide for the SCSI discovery to be performed in order of bus, target, or LUN as desired for the specific environment. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Addressing Methods and Table Structures...

  • Page 174: Indexed Addressing Method

    Table 30: Indexed Addressing Table FCP LUN Value (...) (...) for the Indexed addressing table. SCSI BUS:TARGET:LUN 0:0:0 0:1:0 0:2:0 0:3:0 0:4:0 0:5:0 0:6:0 (0:7:0 occupied by Initiator ID) 0:8:0 (...) 0:14:0 0:15:0 1:0:0 1:1:0 1:2:0 (...) Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 175: D Regulatory Compliance Notices

    Regulatory Compliance Identification Numbers For the purpose of regulatory compliance certifications and identification, your product has been assigned a unique HP Series Number. The series number can be found on the product label, along with the required approval markings and information.

  • Page 176: Federal Communications Commission Notice

    However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 177: Declaration Of Conformity, United States Only

    The FCC requires the user to be notified that any changes or modifications made to this device that are not expressly approved by Hewlett-Packard Computer Corporation may void the user’s authority to operate the equipment. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Regulatory Compliance Notices...

  • Page 178: Cables

    3) an unapproved power cord could fracture resulting in the internal contacts being exposed, which potentially could subject the user to a shock hazard. HP disclaims all liability in the event a non-HP approved power cord is used.

  • Page 179: Canadian Notice (avis Canadien)

    This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference-Causing Equipment Regulations. Cet appareil numérique de la classe B respecte toutes les exigences du Règlement sur le matériel brouilleur du Canada. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Regulatory Compliance Notices...

  • Page 180: European Union Notice

    EN55022 (CISPR 22) – Electromagnetic Interference EN55024 (IEC61000-4-2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 11) – Electromagnetic Immunity EN61000-3-2 (IEC61000-3-2) – Power Line Harmonics EN61000-3-3 (IEC61000-3-3) – Power Line Flicker EN60950 (IEC950) – Product Safety Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 181: Japanese Notice

    Regulatory Compliance Notices Japanese Notice Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 182: Bsmi Notice

    Regulatory Compliance Notices BSMI Notice Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 183: Laser Device

    All HP systems equipped with laser devices comply with appropriate safety standards including IEC 825. Laser Product Label The following label or equivalent is located on the surface of the HP supplied laser device. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 184: Laser Information

    Description Semiconductor GaAIAs 780 nm +/- 35 nm 53.5 degrees +/- 0.5 degrees Less than 0.2 mW or 10,869 W m-2 sr-1 Circular 0.25 0.45 inches +/- 0.04 inches Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 185: Electrostatic Discharge

    Keep electrostatic-sensitive parts in their containers until they arrive at static-free workstations. Place parts on a grounded surface before removing them from their containers. Avoid touching pins, leads, or circuitry. Always be properly grounded when touching a static-sensitive component or assembly. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 186: Grounding Methods

    If you do not have any of the suggested equipment for proper grounding, have a HP authorized reseller install the part. Note: For more information on static electricity, or assistance with product installation, contact your HP authorized reseller. Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 187: Index

    Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI bus reset on boot overview of Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Center for Devices and Radiological Health See clock configuration configuration settings configurations, Fibre Channel to SCSI, controller LUN commands...

  • Page 188

    Fibre Channel connection, troubleshooting Fibre Channel hosts viewing and changing Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Fibre Channel maps adding entries Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI clearing entries Visual Manager UI creating entries Serial/Telnet UI Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 189

    Visual Manager UI port mode Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI port name Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Fibre Channel to SCSI configurations, illustrated firmware versions, upgrading FTP UI Serial/Telnet UI FTP UI accessing Visual Manager UI...

  • Page 190

    Visual Manager Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 191

    Visual Manager UI creating entries Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI default current map Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide deleting entries Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI filling entries Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI removing gaps in...

  • Page 192

    Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Visual Manager UI Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Serial/Telnet UI Visual Manager UI Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 193

    Fibre Channel port, illustrated Ethernet configuration DHCP Ethernet mode Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide event filter setting options, listed event log event settings, configuration of factory settings, resetting Fibre Channel devices, viewing...

  • Page 194

    Serial/Telnet UI Edit Map Entries for a SCSI Map, illustrated Serial/Telnet UI editing host information on a SCSI bus, illustrated Serial/Telnet UI entire device list, illustrated Serial/Telnet UI event filter settings, illustrated Serial/Telnet UI Event Log Menu, illustrated described Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 195

    Serial/Telnet UI System Status screen, illustrated Serial/Telnet UI System Utilities Menu, illustrated Serial/Telnet UI Trace Dump menu, illustrated Serial/Telnet UI trace settings menu, illustrated Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide Serial/Telnet UI trace settings screen, continued, illustrated server-free backup Serial/Telnet UI...

  • Page 196

    Visual Manager Trace Settings screen, illustrated Visual Manager UI accessing Active Fabric configuration number of controller LUNs options server-free backup mode baud rate configuration best practices clock configuration discovery Ethernet configuration DHCP Ethernet mode Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

  • Page 197

    Fibre Channel and SCSI adding a new host adding a new map cloning a map deleting a host deleting a map Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide selecting a host selecting a map mapping tasks, SCSI adding entries clearing map entries...

  • Page 198

    Index rack stability symbols on equipment websites HP storage wrist straps using Network Storage Router N1200 User Guide...

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