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2220 Nways BroadBand Switch
Models 300, 500, and 501
Nways Switch Administration Station
Setup and Service Guide
(Based on 6563)
GY27-0395-00

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  • Page 1 2220 Nways BroadBand Switch Models 300, 500, and 501 Nways Switch Administration Station Setup and Service Guide (Based on 6563) GY27-0395-00...
  • Page 3 2220 Nways BroadBand Switch Models 300, 500, and 501 Nways Switch Administration Station Setup and Service Guide (Based on 6563) GY27-0395-00...
  • Page 4 Research Triangle Park NC 27709 U.S.A. When you send information to IBM, you grant IBM a non-exclusive right to use or distribute the information in any way it believes appropriate without incurring any obligation to you. © Copyright International Business Machines Corporation 1998, 2000. All rights reserved.
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Communication Problem Between the NAS and a Remote Console . . . 4-7 Modem Exchange Procedure ....4-14 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 6 Chapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures ....5-1 Nways Switch Administration Station FRU Exchange... 5-2 NAS Removal from the 37U Rack (Standard) .
  • Page 7: Figures

    Example of PM Ping Results ......3-8 4-1. Nways Switch Resource Control Window ..... 4-3 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 8 4-2. NAS Modem Connection ......4-7 4-3. Nways Switch Desktop Window ......4-14 4-4.
  • Page 9: Tables

    Tables 1-1. Telecommunication Cables ......1-31 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 10 viii 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 11: Notices

    References in this publication to IBM products, programs, or services do not imply that IBM intends to make these available in all countries in which IBM operates. Any reference to an IBM product, program, or service is not intended to state or imply that only IBM’s product, program, or service may be used.
  • Page 12: 6563 Notices And Safety

    IBM product and use of those Web sites is at your own risk. 6563 Notices and Safety For 6563 notices and safety refer to the IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789. Year 2000 Statement This product is Year 2000 ready.
  • Page 13: About This Manual

    Contains the display exchange procedure Appendix A Contains the 2220 locations Appendix B Contains the configuration reference for NAS based on 6563 Appendix C Contains the Hayes modem part number Backmatter Contains: v Bibliography v Glossary © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 14 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 15: Chapter 1. Installing And Configuring The Nas And Its Modem

    Saving the Configuration of the 7858 ....1-42 Connecting the 7858 ..... 1-42 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 16: Unpacking The Nways Switch Administration Station And Its Display

    Unpacking the Nways Switch Administration Station and Its Display Note: The 2220 models 300, 500, and 501 are installed in a 37U rack or 29U rack. In this manual the 2220 are shown in a 37U rack. The 29U rack is shown only when the procedures are different from the 37U rack.
  • Page 17: Nas Cables Installation

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem b. Plug one T connector (PN 80G0638) into the alarm and power control (APC) card connector 4. c. Route and plug the cable B (PN 10K8668) from the connector 6 of the APC card into the Ethernet card connector 5 . d.
  • Page 18: Nas Connectors

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-3. NAS Connectors Go to “Installing and Connecting the External Modem” on page 1-29. 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 19: Installing The Nas In A 37U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Installing the NAS in a 37U Rack 1. ____ Unpack the keyboard and the mouse, open the service drawer J , and install the keyboard K in the drawer as shown in Figure 1-4. Put the mouse H on the plate located in front of the keyboard.
  • Page 20: Nas Installation Into A 37U Rack (Standard)

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem NAS Installation into a 37U Rack (Standard) 1. ____ Install the brackets (PN 43G3111) for the NAS if not already done. See Figure 1-5 for bracket positioning and Figure 1-6 for bracket installation. Figure 1-5. Bracket Positioning for the NAS in a 37U Rack Figure 1-6.
  • Page 21: Nas Installation Into A 37U Rack (Earthquake Feature)

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-7. Detail of Lower Plate Installation Figure 1-8. NAS and Display Installation in a 37U Rack 4. ____ Install the display on the top of the NAS. 5. ____ Go to “Connecting the NAS to the Display and Keyboard in the 37U Rack” on page 1-14.
  • Page 22: Brackets And Captive Nuts Positioning For The Nas With Earthquake Feature

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-9. Brackets and Captive Nuts Positioning for the NAS with Earthquake Feature Figure 1-10. Brackets Installation 2. ____ Install the captive nuts on the rack for installing the NAS and the display. See Figure 1-9 for the front and rear rack location, and Figure 1-11 on page 1-9 for installation.
  • Page 23 Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-11. Captive Nuts Installation 3. ____ Install the lower plate A (PN 42L2850) on the brackets, and secure it using four 8-mm M6 screws B . (See Figure 1-12 on page 1-10 and Figure 1-13 on page 1-11.) Chapter 1.
  • Page 24 Installing the NAS and Its Modem Brackets Figure 1-12. Lower and Upper Plate Installation in 37U Rack (Earthquake) 1-10 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 25: Detail Of Lower Plate Installation

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-13. Detail of Lower Plate Installation 4. ____ Install the NAS C on the lower plate. 5. ____ On the rear of the rack install the support D using the screws (PN 43G3084) E (see Figure 1-14). Figure 1-14.
  • Page 26: Installing The Retainers To Secure The Nas In A 37U Rack (Earthquake)

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem 6. ____ From the front of the rack, install the upper plate G (PN 42L2851) into the rack. The rear part of the upper plate must be on the top of the support D previously installed.
  • Page 27: Display Installation

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Installing the NAS Display in a 37U Rack 1. ____ Install the brackets (PN 43G3111) to install the display (see Figure 1-9 on page 1-8). 2. ____ Unpack the hold down PN 80G3818. 3. ____ Install the front panel assembly A on the tray B and secure it using the braces C and nuts D .
  • Page 28: Connecting The Nas To The Display And Keyboard In The 37U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-17. Display Assembly Installation in a 37U Rack 7. ____ Go to “Connecting the NAS to the Display and Keyboard in the 37U Rack”. Connecting the NAS to the Display and Keyboard in the 37U Rack 1.
  • Page 29: Display And Keyboard Cables Connection To The Nas

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-18. Display and Keyboard Cables Connection to the NAS Figure 1-19. NAS Connectors 1-15 Chapter 1. Installing and Configuring the NAS and Its Modem...
  • Page 30: Connecting The Nas Installed In A 37U Rack To The Apc Card

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-20. Connecting the NAS Installed in a 37U Rack to the APC Card Go to “Installing and Connecting the External Modem” on page 1-29. 1-16 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 31: Installing The Nas In A 29U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Installing the NAS in a 29U Rack 1. ____ Open the service drawer A , and install the mouse plate B as shown in Figure 1-21. Figure 1-21. Keyboard Installation in 29U Rack 2. ____ Unpack the keyboard and the mouse, and install them on the drawer. 3.
  • Page 32: Nas Installation Into A 29U Rack (Standard)

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem NAS Installation into a 29U Rack (Standard) 1. ____ Install the NAS on the upper drawer plate Figure 1-22. Front View Install the NAS directly on the upper drawer plate Figure 1-22. NAS Installation in 29U Rack 2.
  • Page 33: Nas Installation Into A 29U Rack (Earthquake Feature)

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem NAS Installation into a 29U Rack (Earthquake Feature) 1. ____ Install the captive nuts on the rack for installing the NAS. See Figure 1-23 for the front and rear rack location, and Figure 1-24 for captive nut installation. Front View Rear View Captive Nuts...
  • Page 34: Upper Plate Installation In 29U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem 2. ____ Install the NAS C on the drawer. Figure 1-25. Upper Plate Installation in 29U Rack 3. ____ On the rear of the rack, install the support D using the screws E (PN 43G3084) (see Figure 1-26 on page 1-21).
  • Page 35: Support Installation At The Rear Of A 29U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-26. Support Installation at the Rear of a 29U Rack 4. ____ From the front of the rack, install the upper plate G (PN 42L2851) into the rack (see Figure 1-25 on page 1-20). The rear part of the upper plate must be on the top of the support D previously installed.
  • Page 36: Installing The Retainers To Secure The Nas In A 29U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-27. Installing the Retainers to Secure the NAS in a 29U rack 8. ____ Go to “Installing the Display on Top of the 29U Rack” on page 1-23. 1-22 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 37: Installing The Display On Top Of The 29U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Installing the Display on Top of the 29U Rack 1. ____ On the top of the 29U rack, loosen and remove the six screws A (see Figure 1-28). 2. ____ Remove the top cover B . Figure 1-28.
  • Page 38: Safety Retainers Installation

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-29. Safety Retainers Installation Note: The safety retainers are shown installed on the left and right of the machine but if you have a problem with the pedestal of the display, they can be installed at the front or rear. b.
  • Page 39: Display Installation On Top Of 29U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-30. Display Installation on Top of 29U Rack c. ____ Put the display in place (near the front of the machine). d. ____ Once the display is in place secure it by tightening the screws F . 4.
  • Page 40: Connecting The Nas In The 29U Rack

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Connecting the NAS in the 29U Rack 1. ____ At the rear of the rack (see Figure 1-31 to route and locate the cables and see Figure 1-32 on page 1-27 to locate the connectors at the rear side of the NAS), plug the cables as follows: a.
  • Page 41: Nas Connectors

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-32. NAS Connectors 2. ____ Connect the cables (see Figure 1-33 on page 1-28) to the APC and APC tailgate as follows: a. ____ Plug one T connector (PN 80G0638) into the APC connector 4. b.
  • Page 42: Connecting The Nas Installed In A 29U Rack To The Apc Card

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Tailgate To RS/6000 Figure 1-33. Connecting the NAS Installed in a 29U Rack to the APC Card Go to “Installing and Connecting the External Modem” on page 1-29. 1-28 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 43: Installing And Connecting The External Modem

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Installing and Connecting the External Modem Which modem did you receive? ENTER CTS CD Figure 1-34. Modem Type A Figure 1-35. Modem Type B Figure 1-36. Modem Type C Depending on the modem received: v Type A, go to “Installing and Connecting the 7857 Modem”...
  • Page 44: Installing And Connecting The 7857 Modem

    Installing and Connecting the 7857 Modem Notes 1. If you are not familiar with the 7857 modem, refer to the IBM 7857 Guide to Operation , GA13-1839. 2. Power and frequency requirements: 90 to 259 V ac, and 49.5 to 60.5 Hz (no adjustment).
  • Page 45: Telecommunication Cables Part Numbers

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Telecommunication Cables Part Numbers Table 1-1. Telecommunication Cables Country Albania 89G2554 Argentina 89G2554 Australia 89G2564 Austria 89G2544 Belgium 89G2545 Bolivia 89G2554 Brazil 89G2554 Bulgaria 89G2554 Canada 89G2562 China 89G2554 Colombia 89G2554 Costa Rica 89G2554 Croatia 89G2554 Cyprus...
  • Page 46: Installation Procedure

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Table 1-1. Telecommunication Cables (continued) Country New Zealand 89G2577 Norway 89G2553 Pakistan 89G2554 Panama 89G2554 Paraguay 89G2554 Peru 89G2554 Poland 89G2554 Portugal 89G2554 Rumania 89G2554 Russia 89G2554 Saudi Arabia 89G2554 Slovakia 89G2554 Slovenia 89G2554 South Africa 89G3135 Spain...
  • Page 47 Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-38. 7857 Rear Panel 1. ___ Be sure that the power switch located on the modem rear panel is off. 2. ___ If you are going to use a switched line telecommunication cable, plug it into the PSTN socket located on the modem rear panel with the ferrite cylinder at the modem side.
  • Page 48 If you have a problem while using the modem, see the problem determination information in IBM 7857 Guide to Operation , GA13-1839. 1-34 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 49: Setting The 7857 Modem

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem If the 7857 modem operator panel does not show the following message (see Figure 1-39), the modem needs to be configured through the operator panel. Go to “Setting the 7857 Modem”. Otherwise, go to “Connecting the 7857 Modem”. with: LED ON LED OFF...
  • Page 50: Connecting The Nas To The 7857 Modem

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-40. Connecting the NAS to the 7857 Modem End of NAS and modem installation. Continue with the 2220 Nways BroadBand Switch Setup Guide , SY33-2105 (PN 59G0544). 1-36 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 51: Installing And Connecting The Hayes Modem

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Installing and Connecting the Hayes Modem Notes 1. If you are not familiar with the Hayes modem, refer to the Hayes user’s guide. 2. Power and frequency requirements: v Input voltage: 230 V +/-10%, 50 Hz (ac) v Nominal output voltage: 9 V ac v Maximum output voltage: 12.1 V ac v Rated load current: 800 mA ac 50 Hz...
  • Page 52: Connecting The Nas To The Hayes Modem

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Figure 1-43. Connecting the NAS to the Hayes Modem End of NAS and modem installation. Continue with the 2220 Nways BroadBand Switch Setup Guide , SY33-2105 (PN 59G0544). 1-38 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 53: Installing And Connecting The 7858 Modem

    Installing the NAS and Its Modem Installing and Connecting the 7858 Modem Notes 1. If you are not familiar with the 7858, refer to the IBM 7858 Professional Modem Guide to Operation , GA13-1981. 2. Power requirements: v Low voltage range: 90 to 137 V ac.
  • Page 54 Installing the NAS and Its Modem If any of these items are missing or damaged, contact the place of purchase for instructions on how to exchange your modem or obtain the missing items. Attention In order to avoid damage to the unit, verify the modem input ac voltage setting against the power voltage source available at your wall socket before starting the installation.
  • Page 55 Installing the NAS and Its Modem In the next steps, you are instructed to manipulate the front panel buttons of the modem. Unless the step suggests otherwise, do not press them for longer than one second. The next step resets the modem options to the factory default configuration 0. Go to step 6 if the modem has never been used.
  • Page 56: Saving The Configuration Of The 7858

    (Blind dial ATX1). This setting is maintained even if the modem is powered off and on again. 15. If you have a problem while using the modem, see the “Problem Determination” chapter in the IBM 7858 Professional Modem Guide to Operation , GA13-1981. Saving the Configuration of the 7858...
  • Page 57: Chapter 2. Start - Finding A Service Procedure

    Problem determination procedures “Problem Determination Procedures” on page 2-2 Test the link between the Nways “How to Test the Link Between the NAS and the Switch administration station and the Network Support Center” on page 3-5 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 58: Problem Determination Procedures

    Problem Determination Procedures Service Action Go to Investigate a problem on the Nways “MAP 0400: Nways Switch Administration Station Symptom” on page 4-2 Switch administration station. Investigate a communication problem “MAP 0410: between the Nways Switch Communication Problem Between the NAS and a Remote Console” on administration station and a remote page 4-7 console.
  • Page 59: Chapter 3. Nways Switch Administration Station Diagnostics

    “How to Test the Link Between the NAS and the Network Nways Switch Support Center” on page 3-5 administration station and the NSC. Test the Nways Switch “How to Test the Different Links” on page 3-7 administration station links. © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 60: How To Run The Nways Switch Administration Station Diagnostics

    2. A count of the computer memory appears at the upper-left corner of the display. 3. If an error is detected, an error code appears under the computer memory count. Refer to the IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789.
  • Page 61 9. During the test execution, several windows appear showing the part tested and the test status. Wait until the tests stop. 10. If the test is not error free, refer to the IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789 to identify the problem.
  • Page 62 13. The following window appears: Exit Diags Park HD Reboot About 14. Select Reboot, then press Enter. 15. Press Y. 16. Power off then power on the NAS. 17. The system is booted. At the end of the boot, the Nways Switch Desktop window should appear.
  • Page 63: How To Test The Link Between The Nas And The Network Support Center

    How to Test the Link Between the NAS and the Network Support Center Locally on the NAS 1. When the NAS and the modem are initialized, simultaneously press the Ctrl and Esc keys 2. Double click on SLIP Dial-In. Figure 3-1. Nways Switch Window List 3.
  • Page 64: From The Network Support Center Console

    Figure 3-3. SLIP Driver Error Status 4. Record the following information, then call the Network Support Center. v The NAS SLIP IP address v The Network Support Center SLIP IP address (remote SLIP address) v The modem phone number v The node name v The user name v The FTP password Note: These two addresses are displayed in Figure 3-2 on page 3-5 or in...
  • Page 65: How To Test The Different Links

    How to Test the Different Links The purpose of this procedure is to establish and validate the link between the 2220 and the servers: v Network Management Station v Change Control Server When the Nways Switch administration station is powered on and booted: 1.
  • Page 66: Example Of Pm Ping Results

    Figure 3-4. Example of PM Ping Results 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 67: Chapter 4. Nways Switch Administration Station Problem Determination

    Chapter 4. Nways Switch Administration Station Problem Determination © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 68: Map 0400: Nways Switch Administration Station Symptom

    Is the Nways Switch administration station powered on? Go to IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789 to identify the problem. Then if you have to exchange a FRU, go to Chapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures.
  • Page 69: Nways Switch Resource Control Window

    MAP 0400 (continued) Has the Nways Switch Resource Control window appeared? Figure 4-1. Nways Switch Resource Control Window – From the window displayed using the icon or option get the Nways Switch Resource Control window with all the resource icon displayed (see Figure 4-1).
  • Page 70 MAP 0400 (continued) Are all the resources displayed blue? Are all resources icons green? You have a problem on specific resource. – Call the Network Support Center to inform them and follow their instructions. There is no evident problem in the Nways Switch administration station. Call the Network Support Center to inform them and follow their instructions.
  • Page 71 There is no link between the Nways Switch administration station and the 2220. v Go to IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789 to identify the problem. Then if you have to exchange a FRU, go to Chapter 5.
  • Page 72 Restart problem determination. Go to Step 001 on page 4-2. Are the track ball and the keyboard operational? Go to IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789 to identify the problem. If you have to exchange a FRU, go to Chapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures.
  • Page 73: Map 0410

    MAP 0410: Communication Problem Between the NAS and a Remote Console v You are here because there is a communication problem between the Nways Switch administration station and a remote console through the public switched network. v The remote operator must have verified locally that his NAS and his modem are working correctly.
  • Page 74 The modem status is the v The status is correct. Go to following: Step 006. v The status is not correct. Go to IBM 7857 V25BIS aa Step 024 on page 4-11. td_ rd_ dsr ec_ 11_ LED OFF With: OH...
  • Page 75 MAP 0410 (continued) Modem Answer Action The modem is busy Go to Step 007. The modem does not answer Go to Step 012. The modem answer Go to Step 017 on page 4-10. – Disconnect the modem’s telecommunication cable from the public switched network plug.
  • Page 76 MAP 0410 (continued) Does the telephone installed in place of the modem ring? Suspect a telephone line problem, or a wrong phone number. Your modem is probably defective. Refer to the modem documentation to test The problem is solved. Ask the remote operator to re-start his call from the remote NAS.
  • Page 77 MAP 0410 (continued) Switch the modem power off, then power on. Is the ONH LED always off? Restart problem determination. Go to Step 005 on page 4-8. The modem is defective. Exchange it (see “Modem Exchange Procedure” on page 4-14). In the following table, select the action according to your modem status.
  • Page 78 Is the POST test error free? – Refer to the IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789 to identify the problem. Then if you have to exchange a FRU, go toChapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures.
  • Page 79 Wait until the tests stop. Is the test error free? Refer to the IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789 to identify the problem. Then if you have to exchange a FRU, go to Chapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures.
  • Page 80: Modem Exchange Procedure

    Modem Exchange Procedure When you have to exchange a modem, see “Installing and Connecting the External Modem” on page 1-29 to install and configure the modem as specified, and then continue with the following steps. 1. Double-click on the Nways Switch Installation icon. Figure 4-3.
  • Page 81: Modem Type Selection

    Figure 4-6. Modem Type Selection 6. Enter the number corresponding to your modem type and follow the prompts. 7. When you have finished, call the Network Support Center to inform them and follow their instructions, then go to “Leaving Procedure” on page 5-30. 4-15 Chapter 4.
  • Page 82 4-16 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 83: Copyright Ibm Corp. 1998, 2000

    Selection Action Nways Switch Go to “Nways Switch Administration Station FRU Exchange” on administration station page 5-2. FRU exchange Display exchange Go to Chapter 6. Display Exchange. © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 84: Nways Switch Administration Station Fru Exchange

    Nways Switch Administration Station FRU Exchange Before any FRU exchange from the Nways Switch administration station you must remove the Nways Switch administration station from the rack following the above procedure. Nways Switch Administration Station Removal from the Rack 1. Power off the display and the Nways Switch administration station using their respective power ON/OFF switches located on the front panels.
  • Page 85: Nas Removal From The 37U Rack (Standard)

    NAS Removal from the 37U Rack (Standard) 1. Disconnect the power cable of the display from the power source, and slide the display out of the rack (see Figure 5-2). Figure 5-2. Display Removal 2. Slide the NAS out of the rack. 3.
  • Page 86 CAUTION Be careful, the weight of the display assembly is about 18 kg (39.7 lb). 2. Disconnect the power cable of the display, then slide the display assembly out of the rack and install it on a table. 3. Remove the brackets inside the rack which maintained the display. 4.
  • Page 87 Figure 5-5. Upper Plate Removal (2) 7. Slide the NAS out of the rack. 8. Install the NAS on a table, then go to “FRU Exchange” on page 5-8. Chapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures...
  • Page 88: Nas Removal From The 29U Rack (Standard)

    NAS Removal From the 29U Rack (Standard) 1. Slide the NAS out of the rack. 2. Install the NAS on a table, then go to “FRU Exchange” on page 5-8. NAS Removal From the 29U Rack (Earthquake Feature) 1. Remove the screws K to remove the retainers J located under the plate G (see Figure 5-6).
  • Page 89 3. At the front of the rack remove screws E , and slide the upper plate G out of the rack. 4. Slide the NAS out of the rack. 5. Install the NAS on a table, then go to “FRU Exchange” on page 5-8. Chapter 5.
  • Page 90: Fru Exchange

    FRU Exchange 1. Go to IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789. According to the procedure described, change the FRU, then return here and continue this procedure with the following steps. Diskette Drive Hard Disk Drive 2...
  • Page 91: Nas Connectors

    Figure 5-8. NAS Connectors 5. Go to “After FRU Exchange” on page 5-15. Chapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures...
  • Page 92: Nas Installation In The 37U Rack With Earthquake Feature

    NAS Installation in the 37U Rack with Earthquake Feature 1. Install the NAS C on the lower plate A (see Figure 5-9). Figure 5-9. NAS and Upper Plate Installation 2. Install the upper plate G on the NAS. 3. At the rear of the rack, secure the lower plate G on the support D using screws H .
  • Page 93: Nas And Upper Plate Installation

    Figure 5-10. NAS and Upper Plate Installation 6. From the rear of the rack, push the NAS against the previously installed retainer. Install two retainers J under the upper plate G in order to maintain the NAS. Secure them using screws H . 7.
  • Page 94: Display Assembly Installation In 37U Rack

    Figure 5-11. Display Assembly Installation in 37U Rack 9. At the rear of the NAS, reconnect all the cables previously removed. Figure 5-12. NAS Connectors 10. Go to “After FRU Exchange” on page 5-15. 5-12 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 95: Nas Installation In The 29U Rack With Earthquake Feature

    NAS Installation in the 29U Rack with Earthquake Feature 1. Install the NAS C on the drawer (see Figure 5-13). Figure 5-13. NAS Installation in 29U Rack 2. From the front of the rack install the upper plate G on the NAS. 3.
  • Page 96: Upper Plate Installation In 29U Rack

    Figure 5-14. Upper Plate Installation in 29U Rack 6. From the rear of the rack, push the NAS against the previously installed retainer. Install two retainers J under the upper plate G in order to maintain the NAS. Secure them using screws H . 7.
  • Page 97: After Fru Exchange

    Figure 5-15. NAS Connectors 8. Go to “After FRU Exchange”. After FRU Exchange Use the following table to find the MAP you need to follow, according to the FRU that you have exchanged. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU Exchanged Action Board or Battery v Go to “MAP 0500: After Board or Battery Exchange on NAS Based on 6563”...
  • Page 98: Map 0500: After Board Or Battery Exchange On Nas Based On 6563

    MAP 0500: After Board or Battery Exchange on NAS Based on 6563 Attention: If you have changed the board, ensure that you have received the corresponding BIOS code. Otherwise contact your support structure. – Power on the Nways Switch administration station and the display using their respective power ON/OFF switches located on the front panels.
  • Page 99 MAP 0500 (continued) – See Appendix B. Nways Administration Station Configuration / Setup Utility for 6563 Model 65U and use the Configuration/Setup Utility to check the date and time of your NAS. Modify them if necessary. – At the end of configuration, a message asks you if you want to save your changes.
  • Page 100: Map 0510: After Ethernet Adapter Exchange On Nas Based On 6563

    MAP 0510: After Ethernet Adapter Exchange on NAS Based on 6563 – Power on the Nways Switch administration station and the display using their respective power ON/OFF switches located on the front panels. – A count of the computer memory appears at the upper-left corner of the display. –...
  • Page 101 MAP 0510 (continued) – In the Ethernet Configuration & Diagnostics window, select the Display / Change Adapter Configuration option using the keys, then press the Enter key. – In the SELECT ADAPTER TO BE ACCESSED window, select the I/O port using the Tab key, and then press the Enter key.
  • Page 102 MAP 0510 (continued) – On the next window, select the Save Configuration option, then press the Enter key. – On the next window, select the Quit Config option, then press the Enter key. – The following window appears. Press 'X' to Confirm Exit, Press 'C' to Continue –...
  • Page 103: Map 0520: After Hard Disk Drive Exchange On Nas Based On 6563

    MAP 0520: After Hard Disk Drive Exchange on NAS Based on 6563 – Run the advanced diagnostic tests using the following procedure. v Insert the Diagnostics diskette in the diskette drive. v Power on the Nways Switch administration station and the display using their respective power ON/OFF switches located on the front panels.
  • Page 104 The test result appears in front of each selected test. Is the diagnostic error free? Go to IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789. You must restore the Nways Switch administration station disk after its replacement.
  • Page 105 Insert the Restore 1 diskette, then press Enter. Continue with Step 005. – You have changed the first hard disk; continue, using the following procedure. v The boot of the diskette takes several minutes. Successively the IBM logo, the WARP logo, and the following messages appear on the screen: Do you really want to restore the primary disk on a xxxxx MB drive (Y/N)? Note: xxxxx specify the disk size.
  • Page 106 MAP 0520 (continued) v One message appears: Booting the maintenance partition v The IBM logo appears, followed by WARP logo. The desktop of the maintenance partition is orange. The following messages appear on the screen: Do you really want to restore the primary disk (Y/N)? v Type Y then press the Enter key.
  • Page 107 MAP 0520 (continued) v Click on OK. Do you obtain the “Disk 1 restore complete” message? Call the Network Support Center for assistance. The primary hard disk replacement and restore has been done successfully. IML restarts automatically. Go to “Leaving Procedure” on page 5-30. –...
  • Page 108 MAP 0520 (continued) v Double-click on the Second Disk Rebuild icon. v The following messages appear on screen: Do you really want to restore the backup disk on a xxxxx MB drive (Y/N)? Note: xxxxx specify the disk size. v Type Y then press the Enter key. Do you want to stop the restore operation (Y/N)? v Type N then press the Enter key.
  • Page 109 MAP 0520 (continued) Do you obtain the “Restore complete” message? Call the Network Support Center for assistance. The secondary hard disk replacement and restore has been done successfully. Go to “Leaving Procedure” on page 5-30. 5-27 Chapter 5. Nways Switch Administration Station FRU and Display Exchange Procedures...
  • Page 110: Map 0530: After Other Frus Exchange On Nas Based On 6563

    MAP 0530: After Other FRUs Exchange on NAS Based on 6563 – Run the advanced diagnostic tests using the following procedure: v Insert the Diagnostics diskette in the diskette drive. v Power on the Nways Switch administration station and the display using their respective power ON/OFF switches located on the front panels.
  • Page 111 MAP 0530 (continued) Is the test error free? – Go to IBM Personal Computer 300 Series, 700 Series, IntelliStation; Hardware Maintenance Manual , S83G-7789. – Continue with the following procedure. v Press Esc to exit from the test window. v Select Quit in the title bar, then press Enter.
  • Page 112: Ending The Exchange Procedure

    Ending the Exchange Procedure 1. If you have another FRU to exchange, return to “Nways Switch Administration Station FRU Exchange” on page 5-2. Otherwise, continue with the next step. 2. After you have exchanged all faulty FRUs, continue with “Leaving Procedure”. Leaving Procedure 1.
  • Page 113: Chapter 6. Display Exchange

    3. Connect the display power cable to the electrical outlet. 4. Switch on the display using the power ON/OFF switch located on the front panel. 5. Check that your display is working. 6. Go to “Leaving Procedure” on page 5-30. © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 114: Display Removal In 37U Rack

    Display Removal in 37U Rack 1. Slide out the display from the rack and install it on a table. CAUTION: Be careful, the weight of the display is about 15 kg (33 lb). Figure 6-2. Display Removal From 37U Rack 2.
  • Page 115: Display Removal On Top Of 29U Rack

    Display Removal on Top of 29U Rack 1. On the top of the 29U rack, loose and remove the six screws A (see Figure 6-4). 2. Remove the top cover B . Figure 6-4. Removing of the Top Cover 3. Pull the signal and power display cables through the top opening. 4.
  • Page 116: Display Install On Top Of 29U Rack

    Figure 6-5. Display Removing from the Top of 29U Rack 5. Slide the display from the top of the 29U rack. CAUTION: Be careful, the weight of the display is about 15 kg (33 lb). 6. Go to “Display Install on Top of 29U Rack”. Display Install on Top of 29U Rack 1.
  • Page 117: Safety Retainers Installation

    Figure 6-6. Safety Retainers Installation Note: The safety retainers are shown installed on the left and right of the machine, but if you have a problem with the pedestal of the display, they can be installed at the front and rear. b.
  • Page 118: Display Installation On Top Of 29U Rack

    Figure 6-7. Display Installation on Top of 29U Rack c. Put the display in place (near the front of the machine). d. Once the display is in place, secure it by tightening the screws F . 3. Route the display power and signal cables through the top opening. 4.
  • Page 119: Display Connection To The Nas

    Figure 6-8. Display Connection to the NAS 6. Connect the display power cable to the electrical outlet. 7. Switch on the display using the power ON/OFF switch located on the front panel. 8. Check that your display is working. 9. Go to “Leaving Procedure” on page 5-30. Chapter 6.
  • Page 120: Display Exchange (Earthquake Feature)

    Display Exchange (Earthquake Feature) Display Removal 1. Remove the front cover plate by unscrewing the two screws A . 2. Switch off the display using the power ON/OFF switch located under the front panel. Display Power ON/OFF Switch Figure 6-9. Display Power ON/OFF Switch 3.
  • Page 121: Display Removal From The 37U Rack With Earthquake Feature

    Brackets Figure 6-11. Display Removal from the 37U Rack with Earthquake Feature CAUTION Be careful, the weight of the display assembly is about 18 kg (39.7 lb). 6. Slide the display assembly out of the rack and install it on a table. Chapter 6.
  • Page 122: Display Install

    Figure 6-12. Display Installation 7. Unscrew the screw D to unlock the plate C . 8. Slide up the display to remove it from its base. 9. Exchange the display, then go to “Display Install”. Display Install 1. Unpack the display. 2.
  • Page 123: Display Assembly Installation In A 37U Rack

    Figure 6-13. Display Installation 3. Install the tray into the rack, and secure it with screws B . Figure 6-14. Display Assembly Installation in a 37U Rack 6-11 Chapter 6. Display Exchange...
  • Page 124: Display Connection To The Nas

    4. At the rear of the rack, connect the display signal cable L to the NAS connector (see Figure 6-15). Figure 6-15. Display Connection to the NAS 5. Connect the display power cable to the electrical outlet. 6. Switch on the display using the power ON/OFF switch located on the front panel (see Figure 6-9 on page 6-8).
  • Page 125: Appendix A. Locations

    Rack Locations in 37U Rack (Earthquake Feature) ... A-7 Rack Locations in 29U Rack ....A-8 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 126: 2220 Front View Locations In 37U Rack

    2220 Front View Locations in 37U Rack Display Service Drawer Control Panel FAN 1 FAN 2 Clock TPAS Module up to 8 (Optional) Power Power Input 1 Input 2 Figure A-1. 2220 Front View Locations with NAS Type 6563 Installed in 37U Rack 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 127: 2220 Rear View Locations In 37U Rack

    2220 Rear View Locations in 37U Rack ARCs LCBB LCBE LCBB Modem Switches LICs up to 8 DCD 1 DCD 2 Office Clock Tailgate (Optional) Tailgate Power Power Input 2 Input 1 Figure A-2. 2220 Rear View Locations in 37U Rack (LIC Side) Appendix A.
  • Page 128: 2220 Front View Locations In 29U Rack

    2220 Front View Locations in 29U Rack Service Drawer FAN 1 FAN 2 TPAs Up to 8 Clock Module (Optional) Power Power Input 2 Input 1 Figure A-3. 2220 Front View Locations with NAS Type 6563 Installed in 29U Rack 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 129: 2220 Rear View Locations In 29U Rack

    2220 Rear View Locations in 29U Rack Modem Switches LICs Up to 8 DCD 1 DCD 2 Office Clock Tailgate Tailgate (Optional) Power Power Input 1 Input 2 Figure A-4. 2220 Rear View Locations in 29U Rack (LIC Side) Appendix A. Locations...
  • Page 130: Rack Locations In 37U Rack (Standard

    Rack Locations in 37U Rack (Standard) LCBE Display Area LCBB Area Service Drawer View A Logic Subrack Area View B Power Subrack Area View B View A Figure A-5. Rack Labels and Locations in 37U Rack (Front View) 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 131: Rack Locations In 37U Rack (Earthquake Feature

    Rack Locations in 37U Rack (Earthquake Feature) LCBE Display Area LCBB Area Service Drawer View A Logic Subrack Area View B Power Subrack Area View B View A Figure A-6. Rack Labels and Locations in 37U Rack With Earthquake Feature (Front View) Appendix A.
  • Page 132: Rack Locations In 29U Rack

    Rack Locations in 29U Rack LCBB Area LCBE (See Note) Service Drawer Logic Subrack View A Area View B Power Note: LCBE can be installed Subrack Area when there is no service drawer View A View B Figure A-7. Rack Labels and Locations in 29U Rack (Front View) 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 133 IDE Hard Disk Drive 0 13579 MB (Note) IDE Hard Disk Drive 1 6449 MB (Note) IDE CD-ROM Drive 2 Installed IDE Hard Disk Drive 3 Not Installed Note: The hard disk drive size may be different. © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 134 Product Data Machine type/ Model 656365U Flash EEPROM Revision Level PJKT24AUS Boot Block Revision Level PJ237A System Board Identifier GALAT037Q0Z System Serial Number xxxxxxx System UUID yyyyyyyyyyyyy BIOS Date 10/05/99 (Note) Note: May be different. Device and I/O Ports Mouse (Installed) Diskette Drive A: (1.44 MB 3.5")
  • Page 135 IDE Drives Setup - IDE Hard Disk Drive 0 - IDE Hard Disk Drive 1 - IDE CD-ROM Drive - IDE Hard Disk Drive 3 - IDE Drive 0 & 1 Prefetch (Disabled) - IDE Drive 2 & 3 Prefetch (Disabled) Audio Setup...
  • Page 136 Start Options Startup Sequence Keyboard Numlock State (ON) Keyboard Speed (Fast) Disketteless Operation (Disabled) Keyboardless Operation Mode (Disabled) Power-On Self-Test (Quick) Power-On Logos (Enabled) Option Keys Display (Enabled) Network Boot F12 Option (Enabled) Power On Status (Disabled) Virus Detection (Disabled) Date and Time Time HH/MM/SS...
  • Page 137 Administrator Password Enter your new administrator password twice. Enter Administrator Password Enter Administrator Password Again Change Administrator Password Delete Administrator Password Power-On Password Changeable by User? (No) Require Power-On Password on Warm Boot? (No) Advanced Setup Warning: Items on the following menus control advanced Hardware features. If they are configured incorrectly, the system might malfunction.
  • Page 138 Processor Control Processor 0 ID 0673 Microcode Revision (MM/DD/YYYY) 06/29/1999 Processor Serial Number Access (Disabled) ISA Legacy Resources Information: ISA legacy Resources (DMA, Interrupts, Memory, and I/O Ports) are resources that are used by ISA adapter which are not Plug-and-Play adapters. Use this menus to indicate which resources are Used by ISA Legacy adapters.
  • Page 139: Appendix B. Nways Administration Station Configuration / Setup Utility For 6563 Model 65U

    I/O Port Resources 100h-103h (Available) 16Ch-16Fh (Available) 170h-173h (IDE Drives) 174h-177h (IDE Drives) 178h-17Bh (Available) 1ECh-1EFh (Available) 1F0h-1F3h (IDE Drives) 1F4h-1F7h (IDE Drives) 1F8h-1FBh (Available) 2F4h-2F7h (Available) 2F8h-2FBh (Serial Port B) 2FCh-2FFh (Serial Port B) 300h-303h (Available) 304h-307h (Available) 370h-373h (Available) 374h-377h (System Board)
  • Page 140 Interrupt Resources Timer Keyboard Interrupt Controller Serial Port B Serial Port A (Available) Diskette Parallel Port Real Time Clock ACPI (Available) (Available) Mouse Coprocessor IDE Drives IDE Drives Power Management ACPI BIOS Mode (IRQ9) - APM - Automatic Power On APM BIOS Mode (Disabled) Automatic Hardware Power Management (Disabled)
  • Page 141 Automatic Power On Wake on LAN Serial Port A Ring Detect (Disabled) Startup Sequence Primary Modem Ring Detect (Disabled) Startup Sequence Primary Wake Up on Alarm (Disabled) Alarm Day of month Alarm Time xx:xx Alarm day of week Monday Startup Sequence Primary PCI Wake Up (Disabled)
  • Page 142 B-10 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 143: Appendix C. Modem Part Number

    80G4544 29H5475 Ireland 80G4545 29H5482 Italy 80G4546 29H5480 Japan 80G4547 29H5482 Morocco 80G4548 29H5482 New Zealand 80G4549 29H5469 Norway 80G4550 29H5474 Netherlands 80G4551 29H5473 Switzerland 80G4552 29H5478 Sweden 80G4553 29H5475 80G4554 29H5469 80G4557 29H5482 © Copyright IBM Corp. 1998, 2000...
  • Page 144 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 145: Bibliography

    This section lists prerequisite and related Nways 2220 Switch Manager publications. Publications v IBM Nways 2220 Switch Manager for AIX Nways Switch Publications Installation Guide , SH11-3088 v 2220 Nways BroadBand Switch At a Glance, an v IBM Nways 2220 Switch Manager for AIX:...
  • Page 146 2220 Setup and Service Guide...
  • Page 147: Glossary

    Alert Manager. An application that processes the SNA called Nways Switch) is a fast packet switch enabling alerts received from IBM 3746s operating in IP mode. high-speed communications over a broadband network. It implements the functions of the IBM Networking AMI.
  • Page 148 (CLK). A module of the 2220 Model (layer 2) of the OSI reference model. 300 or 500 that transmits clock signals to the line broadband network. A network that uses a large interface couplers (LICs). It is optional and can have a frequency band to transport different kinds of traffic backup.
  • Page 149 (FEP). A processor, such as the E1 standard. A European standard for TDM digital IBM 3745, 3746 Model 900 or 950, or 3174, that transmission service at 2.048 Mbps. relieves a main frame from communication control tasks.
  • Page 150 LAPB. Link access procedure for B-channel. hub (intelligent). A wiring concentrator, such as the LAPD. Link access procedure for D-channel. IBM 8260, that supplies bridging and routing functions LCB. Line connection box. for LANs with different cables and protocols. LCBB. Line connection box, base (LCEB and LCPB).
  • Page 151 (NMS). A station that Program to provide transport services to a physical runs IBM NetView for AIX and the 2220 Nways Switch trunk line (or channel of a TDM trunk line). A logical Manager. It is used to manage network topology,...
  • Page 152 Nways 2220 Switch Manager (2220 Switch OSI. Open systems interconnection. Manager). An IBM licensed program that runs under NetView for AIX to manage the 2220 Nways Switch packet loss ratio. The probability that a packet will...
  • Page 153 SDLC. Synchronous data link control. When configuring an Nways Switch, the rack parameter indicates the 2220 Model (rack A is the Model 300 or SDT. Structured data transfer. 500, and rack B is the Model 501). serial line internet protocol (SLIP). A TCP/IP RDI.
  • Page 154 (SW). A module of the 2220 Model trunk adapter of an Nways Switch to: 300 or 500 that interconnects the adapters through an v Support the attachment of trunk lines ATM cell switch. It can have a backup.
  • Page 155 UNI. User network interface. VPC. Virtual path connection. UPC. Usage parameter control. VPD. Vital product data. URL. Uniform resource locator. VPI. Virtual path identifier. user network interface (UNI). A standardized VPN. Virtual private network. interface between a user and a communication network. VSA.
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