Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200
Setup Guide
For firmware release GL210 or later
Abstract
This document describes initial hardware setup for Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 controller enclosures, and is intended for use by
storage system administrators familiar with servers and computer networks, network administration, storage system installation and
configuration, storage area network management, and relevant protocols.
Part Number: 00WE606

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    For firmware release GL210 or later Abstract This document describes initial hardware setup for Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 controller enclosures, and is intended for use by storage system administrators familiar with servers and computer networks, network administration, storage system installation and configuration, storage area network management, and relevant protocols.

  • Page 2

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  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    S3200 CNC controller module — rear panel components ....... .

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Single-controller configurations ..........33 Dual-controller configurations .

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    S3200 CNC controller module — rear panel LEDs ....... . .

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    F SAS fan-out cable option ..........82 Locate the SAS fan-out cable .

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    3 S3200/S2200 controller enclosure: rear panel ........15 4 S3200 CNC controller module face plate (FC or 10GbE iSCSI) ......16 5 S3200 CNC controller module face plate (1 Gb RJ-45) .

  • Page 8: Table Of Contents

    3 Installation checklist ............21 4 Summary of cabling connections for S3200/S2200 enclosures......24 5 Terminal emulator display settings .

  • Page 9: About This Guide

    • S3200/S2200 models can be configured with one or two RAID canisters per enclosure. • Supported features vary between S3200 and S2200 as noted herein and within related documents. The S3200/S2200 enclosures are designed to meet MIL-STD-810G (storage requirements) and European Telco requirements.

  • Page 10: Cnc Ports Used For Host Connection

    • 10 GbE iSCSI • 1 GbE iSCSI Alternatively, for 4-port S3200 models, you can use the CLI to set CNC ports to support a combination of host interface protocols. When configuring a combination of host interface protocols, host ports 0 and 1...

  • Page 11: Related Documentation

    Event codes and recommended actions Lenovo Storage Event Descriptions Reference Guide Identifying and installing or replacing Lenovo Storage CRU Installation and Replacement Guide customer-replaceable units (CRUs) Installation and usage instructions for the VSS Lenovo Storage VSS Hardware Provider Installation Guide...

  • Page 12: Document Conventions And Symbols

    Document conventions and symbols Table 2 Document conventions Convention Element Blue text Cross-reference links and e-mail addresses Blue, underlined text Web site addresses Bold text • Key names • Text typed into a GUI element, such as into a box •...

  • Page 13: Components

    NOTE: The term IOM can refer to either a RAID canister or an expansion canister. 24-drive enclosure front panel components The geometric representation of 2U24 front panel components is identical for S2200 and S3200. Note: Remove this enclosure bezel to access the front panel components shown below.

  • Page 14: Drive Enclosure Front Panel Components

    NOTE: Front and rear panel LEDs for controller enclosures are described in descriptions. 12-drive enclosure front panel components The geometric representation of 2U12 front panel components is identical for S2200 and S3200. Note: Remove this enclosure bezel to access the front panel components shown below. Right ear Left ear Note: Integers on disks indicate drive slot numbering sequence.

  • Page 15: Disk Drives Used In S3200/s2200 Enclosures

    LFF/SFF Midline SAS and LFF/SFF Enterprise self-encrypting disks that work with the Full Disk Encryption (FDE) feature. For information about creating disk groups and adding spares using different disk drive types, see the Lenovo Storage Manager Guide or online help. For S3200 enclosures, also see FDE considerations on page 21.

  • Page 16: S3200 Cnc Controller Module — Rear Panel Components

    3 Service port 2 (used by service personnel only) (Sticker shown covering the opening) 4 Reserved for future use 8 mini-SAS expansion port Figure 4 S3200 CNC controller module face plate (FC or 10GbE iSCSI) Figure 5 shows CNC ports configured with 1 Gb RJ-45 SFPs. 6Gb/s...

  • Page 17: S3200 Sas Controller Module — Rear Panel Components

    8 mini-SAS expansion port 4 Reserved for future use 5 Network port Figure 6 S3200 SAS controller module face plate (HD mini-SAS) S2200 CNC controller module — rear panel components Figure 7 shows CNC ports configured with SFPs supporting either 4/8/16 Gb FC or 10GbE iSCSI. The SFPs look identical.

  • Page 18: S2200 Sas Controller Module — Rear Panel Components

    Figure 8 shows CNC ports configured with 1 Gb RJ-45 SFPs. 6Gb/s CACHE SERVICE−2 LINK SERVICE−1 PORT 0 PORT 1 = FC LEDs = 1Gb iSCSI LEDs (both CNC ports use 1 Gb RJ-45 SFPs in this figure) 1 CNC ports used for host connection 5 Network port (see Install an SFP transceiver...

  • Page 19: E1024/e1012 Drive Enclosure Rear Panel Components

    E1024/E1012 drive enclosure rear panel components S3200/S2200 controller enclosures support SFF E1024 24-disk and LFF E1012 12-disk drive enclosures in the 2U form factor for expansion of storage capacity. These drive enclosures use mini-SAS (SFF-8088) connectors to facilitate backend SAS expansion. The rear panel view is common to both drive enclosures.

  • Page 20: Compactflash

    (Midplane-facing rear view) CompactFlash memory card Figure 1 1 CompactFlash memory card For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage Products. NOTE: In dual-controller configurations featuring one healthy partner controller, cache is duplicated between the controllers (subject to volume write optimization setting).

  • Page 21: Installing The Enclosures

    Storage Management Console. topics in the Storage Manager Guide or online help. See the Lenovo Storage CRU Installation and Replacement Guide for illustrations and narrative describing attachment of enclosure bezels to 2U24 and 2U12 chassis. See also Enclosure bezel attachment and removal on page 56.

  • Page 22: Connecting The Controller Enclosure And Drive Enclosures

    Connecting the controller enclosure and drive enclosures Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 controller enclosures support these maximum configurations: • S3200 enclosures—available in 24-drive (2.5") or 12-drive (3.5") chassis—support up to eight enclosures (including the controller enclosure), or a maximum of 192 disk drives.

  • Page 23: Connecting The S3200/s2200 Controller To The 2u12 Drive Enclosure

    Connecting the S3200/S2200 controller to the 2U12 drive enclosure The LFF E1012 12-drive enclosure, supporting 6 Gb internal disk drive and expander link speeds, can be attached to a S3200/S2200 controller enclosure using supported mini-SAS to mini-SAS cables of 0.5 m (1.64') to 2 m (6.56') length (see Figure 12 on page 25).

  • Page 24: Summary Of Cabling Connections For S3200/s2200 Enclosures

    HD mini-SAS host connection on page 33 and SAS fan-out cable option for more information about bifurcated SAS cables. TIP: Requirements for cabling S3200/S2200 controller enclosures and supported drive enclosures are summarized in Table 4 on page 24. Table 4...

  • Page 25: Summary Of Drive Enclosure Cabling Illustrations

    Enclosures equipped with dual IOMs Figure 12 Cabling connections between a controller enclosure and one 2U drive enclosure The figures above show examples of an S3200 or S2200 controller enclosure cabled to a single drive enclosure. Supported drive enclosures are ordered separately.

  • Page 26: Fault-tolerant Cabling Between A Dual-controller Enclosure And Three 2u Drive Enclosures

    Figure 13 Fault-tolerant cabling between a dual-controller enclosure and three 2U drive enclosures The diagram at left (above) shows reverse cabling of a S3200/S2200 dual-controller enclosure and 2U drive enclosures configured with dual-expansion modules. Controller module 0A is connected to expansion module 1A, with a chain of connections cascading down (blue).

  • Page 27: Fault-tolerant Cabling Between A Dual-controller Enclosure And Seven 2u Drive Enclosures

    Figure 14 Fault-tolerant cabling between a dual-controller enclosure and seven 2U drive enclosures The diagrams above show dual-controller enclosures cabled to drive enclosures featuring dual-expansion modules. Cabling logic is explained in the narrative supporting Figure 13 on page 26. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 28: Testing Enclosure Connections

    Power cycling procedures vary according to the type of power supply unit (PSU) provided with the enclosure. Some enclosure models are equipped with PSUs possessing power switches; whereas S3200/S2200 controller enclosures use PSUs that have no power switch. The following section,...

  • Page 29: Ac Power Cord

    Lenovo Storage Manager Guide. Proceed to step • Use the command-line interface (CLI) to shut down both controllers, as described in the Lenovo Storage CLI Reference Guide. 3. Disconnect the power cord’s male plug from the power source. 4. Disconnect the power cord’s female plug from the power cord connector on the PSU.

  • Page 30: Connecting Hosts

    (search the site for “multipath I/O overview”) Cabling considerations Common cabling configurations address hosts, controller enclosures, drive enclosures, and switches. Host interface ports on S3200/S2200 controller enclosures can connect to respective hosts via direct cable connection or switch attach. Connecting the enclosure to hosts A host identifies an external port to which the storage system is attached.

  • Page 31: Fibre Channel Protocol

    S3200/S2200 FC controller enclosures support one or two controller modules using the Fibre Channel interface protocol for host connection. The S3200 FC controller module provides four host ports, and the S2200 FC controller module provides two host ports. The CNC ports are designed for use with an FC SFP supporting data rates up to 16 Gbit/s.

  • Page 32: Hd Mini-sas Technology

    A 0.5 m (1.64') cable length is also supported for OM3. 1 Gb iSCSI host connection To connect S3200/S2200 1 Gb iSCSI controller modules supporting 1Gb iSCSI host interface ports to a server HBA or switch—using the controller’s CNC ports—select a qualified 1 Gb RJ-45 copper SFP option supporting (CAT5-E minimum) Ethernet cables of the same lengths specified for 10GbE iSCSI above.

  • Page 33: Hd Mini-sas Host Connection

    HD mini-SAS host connection To connect S3200/S2200 SAS controller modules supporting SAS host interface ports to a server HBA or switch —using the controller’s SFF-8644 dual HD mini-SAS host ports—select a qualified HD mini-SAS cable option. S3200 host ports support standard cables. For S2200 host ports, management interfaces distinguish between standard (dual cable with single connector at each end), and fan-out SAS cables.

  • Page 34: Connecting Hosts: S3200 Direct Attach—one Server/one Hba/single Path

    The remaining illustrations in the section feature enclosures equipped with dual IOMs. IMPORTANT: If the S3200/S2200 controller enclosure is configured with a single controller module, the controller module must be installed in the upper slot, and an I/O module blank must be installed in the lower slot (shown above).

  • Page 35: Dual-controller Configurations

    1,024 LUNs (0- 1 ,023) for use in mapping volumes to hosts (see “ULP” in the Storage Manager Guide). The illustrations below show dual-controller configurations for S3200/S2200 controller enclosures equipped with either CNC ports or 12 Gb HD mini-SAS host ports.

  • Page 36: Connecting Hosts: S3200 Direct Attach—two Servers/one Hba Per Server/dual Path

    6Gb/s S3200 SAS Server 1 Server 2 12Gb/s 12Gb/s 6Gb/s 12Gb/s 12Gb/s 6Gb/s Figure 22 Connecting hosts: S3200 direct attach—two servers/one HBA per server/dual path S2200 CNC Server 1 Server 2 6Gb/s 6Gb/s S2200 SAS Server 1 Server 2 12Gb/s...

  • Page 37: Connecting Hosts: S2200 Direct Attach—four Servers/one Hba Per Server/dual Path (fan-out)

    Four servers/one HBA per server/dual path S3200 CNC Server 1 Server 2 Server 3 Server 4 6Gb/s 6Gb/s Figure 25 Connecting hosts: S3200 direct attach—four servers/one HBA per server/dual path S3200 SAS Server 1 Server 2 Server 3 Server 4 12Gb/s 12Gb/s...

  • Page 38: Connecting Switch Attach Configurations

    Using switches, a SAN shares a storage system among multiple servers, reducing the number of storage systems required for a particular environment. Using switches increases the number of servers that can be connected to the storage system. A S3200/S2200 controller enclosure supports 64 hosts. Dual-controller configuration...

  • Page 39: Connecting Hosts: S3200 Switch Attach—four Servers/multiple Switches/san Fabric

    IP address scheme for the controller pair — two iSCSI ports per controller The S3200 can use port 2 of each controller as one failover pair, and port 3 of each controller as a second failover pair for iSCSI traffic. Port 2 of each controller must be in the same subnet, and port 3 of each controller must be in second subnet.

  • Page 40: Connecting A Management Host On The Network

    Optionally, you can update firmware using FTP (File Transfer Protocol) as described in the Storage Manager Guide. IMPORTANT: See the “Updating firmware” topic in the Storage Manager Guide before performing a firmware update. Partner Firmware Update (PFU) is enabled by default on S3200/S2200 systems. Connecting hosts...

  • Page 41: Obtaining Ip Values

    You can configure addressing parameters for each controller module’s network port. You can set static IP values or use DHCP. DHCP is enabled by default on S3200/S2200 systems. TIP: See the “Configuring network ports” topic in the Storage Manager Guide.

  • Page 42: Connecting A Usb Cable To The Cli Port

    Connect USB cable to CLI port on controller face plate Figure 30 Connecting a USB cable to the CLI port 3. Enable the CLI port for subsequent communication: • Linux customers should enter the command syntax provided in Setting parameters for the device driver on page 79.

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    CLI using telnet rather than the mini-USB cable. Be sure to close the HyperTerminal session before shutting down the controller or restarting its Management Controller. Otherwise, the host’s CPU cycles may rise unacceptably. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 44: Change The Cnc Port Mode

    (FC), to either iSCSI or FC-and-iSCSI used in combination. When using FC SFPs and iSCSI SFPs in combination (applies to S3200 only), host ports 0 and 1 are set to FC (either both 16 Gbits/s or both 8 Gbit/s), and host ports 2 and 3 must be set to iSCSI (either both 10GbE or both 1 Gbit/s).

  • Page 45: Basic Operation

    Illegal Request setting. To do so, see either the configuration topic “Changing the missing LUN response” in the Storage Manager Guide or the command topic “set-advanced-settings” in the CLI Reference Guide. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 46: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting USB CLI port connection Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 controllers feature a CLI port employing a mini-USB Type B form factor. If you encounter problems communicating with the port after cabling your computer to the USB device, you may need to either download a device driver (Windows), or set appropriate parameters via an operating system command (Linux).

  • Page 47: Monitor Event Notification

    • Critical. A failure occurred that may cause a controller to shut down. Correct the problem immediately. • Error. A failure occurred that may affect data integrity or system stability. Correct the problem as soon as possible. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 48: Isolate The Fault

    • Warning. A problem occurred that may affect system stability, but not data integrity. Evaluate the problem and correct it if necessary. • Informational. A configuration or state change occurred, or a problem occurred that the system corrected. No immediate action is required. The event logs record all system events.

  • Page 49: Diagnostic Steps

    IOM, and check the event log for errors. • If the above actions do not resolve the fault, isolate the fault, and contact Lenovo for assistance. Replacement may be necessary. Table 7 Diagnostics LED status: Front panel “Fault/Service Required” Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 50: Is The Controller Back Panel Cru Ok Led Off

    If the above action does not resolve the fault, • Cache self-refresh error contact Lenovo for assistance. It may be necessary to replace the controller module. Table 9 Diagnostics LED status: Rear panel “Fault/Service Required” Are both disk drive module LEDs off?

  • Page 51: Is A Connected Host Port Host Link Status Led On

    No action required. The link is down. • Use standard networking troubleshooting procedures to isolate faults on the network. • Contact Lenovo for assistance. Table 14 Diagnostics LED status: Rear panel “Network Port Link Status” Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 52: Is The Power Supply Input Power Source Led Off

    Verify that the power cable is connected to the enclosure’s power supply unit. Table 16 Diagnostics LED status: Rear panel power supply “Voltage/Fan Fault/Service Required” For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage Products. Controller failure in a single-controller configuration Cache memory is flushed to CompactFlash in the case of a controller failure or power loss.

  • Page 53: Isolating A Host-side Connection Fault

    Cache Status LED details on page 69. Isolating a host-side connection fault For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage Products. Host-side connection troubleshooting featuring CNC ports For additional information, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage Products.

  • Page 54: Sensor Locations

    Sensor locations The storage system monitors conditions at different points within each enclosure to alert you to problems. Power, cooling fan, temperature, and voltage sensors are located at key points in the enclosure. In each controller module and expansion module, the enclosure management processor (EMP) monitors the status of these sensors to perform SCSI enclosure services (SES) functions.

  • Page 55: Power Supply Module Voltage Sensors

    Table 22 Voltage sensor descriptions Sensor Event/Fault LED condition Power supply 1 voltage, 12V < 1 1.00V > 13.00V Power supply 1 voltage, 5V < 4.00V > 6.00V Power supply 1 voltage, 3.3V < 3.00V > 3.80V Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 56: A Led Descriptions

    Enclosure bezels Each S3200/S2200 enclosure is equipped with a removable bezel designed to cover the front panel during enclosure operation. The bezels look very similar, but there are differences between the two models. The bezel fitting the 2U24 chassis provides two embossed pockets used during bezel removal (Figure 31);...

  • Page 57: Enclosure Bezel Removal

    Pocket opening (typical 2 places) Figure 34 Partial assembly showing bezel alignment with 2U12 chassis NOTE: The dual-purpose 2U24 and 2U12 enclosure front panel illustrations that follow assume that you have removed the enclosure bezel to reveal underlying components. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 58: Drive Enclosure Front Panel Leds

    24-drive enclosure front panel LEDs The enclosure bezel is removed to reveal the underlying 2U24 enclosure front panel LEDs. The front panel LEDs—including SFF disk LEDs—are described in the table below the illustration. Left ear Right ear 9 10 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 (Silk screens on bezel) Notes: Enclosure bezel is removed to show front panel LEDs.

  • Page 59

    56 Figure 34 on page 57). CAUTION: Whether configured with or without an air filter, to ensure adequate EMI protection, the enclosure bezel should be properly installed while the enclosure is in operation. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 60: Disk Drive Leds

    Leftover disk from disk group is located (alternates blinking amber). Figure 37 LEDs: Disk drive modules For information about disk drive types supported in S3200/S2200 LFF and SFF disk drive modules, see Disk drives used in S3200/S2200 enclosures on page 15.

  • Page 61: Leds: Disks In Sff And Lff Enclosures

    Disk group is initializing Green Blink Disk group Disk group is critical/down See note 1 below degraded Individual disks will display fault LEDs NOTE: Disk LED descriptions within this section relate to 2U24 and 2U12 enclosures. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 62: Controller Enclosure — Rear Panel Layout

    The diagrams with tables that immediately follow provide descriptions for the different controller modules and power supply modules that can be installed into the rear panel of an S3200/S2200 controller enclosure. Showing controller modules and power supply modules separately from the enclosure enables improved clarity in identifying the component items called out in the diagrams and described in the tables.

  • Page 63: S3200 Cnc Controller Module — Rear Panel Leds

    When powering up and booting, iSCSI LEDs will be on/blinking momentarily, then they will switch to the mode of operation. When port is down, both LEDs are off. Figure 39 LEDs: S3200 CNC controller module (FC and 10GbE SFPs) Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 64: Leds: S3200 Cnc Controller Module (1 Gb Rj-45 Sfps)

    When powering up and booting, iSCSI LEDs will be on/blinking momentarily, then they will switch to the mode of operation. When port is down, both LEDs are off. Figure 40 LEDs: S3200 CNC controller module (1 Gb RJ-45 SFPs) LED descriptions...

  • Page 65: S3200 Sas Controller Module—rear Panel Leds

    Cables must be qualified HD mini-SAS host cable options. Use a qualified SFF-8644 to SFF-8644 cable option when connecting the S3200 SAS controller to a 12 Gb SAS HBA. Use a qualified SFF-8644 to SFF-8088 cable option when connecting the S3200 SAS controller to a 6 Gb SAS HBA.

  • Page 66: S2200 Cnc Controller Module — Rear Panel Leds

    S2200 CNC controller module — rear panel LEDs 6Gb/s CACHE SERVICE−2 LINK SERVICE−1 PORT 0 PORT 1 = FC LEDs = iSCSI LEDs Description Definition Host 4/8/16 Gb FC Off — No link detected. Link Status/ Green — The port is connected and the link is up. Link Activity Blinking green —...

  • Page 67: Leds: S2200 Cnc Controller Module (1 Gb Rj-45 Sfps)

    When powering up and booting, iSCSI LEDs will be on/blinking momentarily, then they will switch to the mode of operation. When port is down, both LEDs are off. Figure 43 LEDs: S2200 CNC controller module (1 Gb RJ-45 SFPs) Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 68: S2200 Sas Controller Module—rear Panel Leds

    S2200 SAS controller module—rear panel LEDs 12Gb/s 6Gb/s LINK LINK CACHE SAS 0 SAS 1 SERVICE−2 LINK SERVICE−1 Description Definition Host 12 Gb SAS, Off — No link detected. Link Status Green — The port is connected and the link is up. Host 12 Gb SAS Off —...

  • Page 69: Cache Status Led Details

    2 — Voltage/Fan Fault/Service Amber Output voltage is out of range, or a fan is operating below Required the minimum required RPM. Output voltage is normal. Figure 45 LEDs: AC power supply unit — rear panel Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 70: E1024/e1012 Drive Enclosure Rear Panel Leds

    NOTE: For more information about power-cycling enclosures, see Powering on/powering off on page 28 E1024/E1012 drive enclosure rear panel LEDs The rear panel layout of a 2U (E1024/E1012) drive enclosure is shown below. Using mini-SAS (SFF-8088) external connectors, these drive enclosures support a 6-Gbps data rate for backend SAS expansion. Powering on/powering off for more information.

  • Page 71: B Specifications And Requirements

    • Refer to the rackmount bracket kit installation sheet pertaining to your product for guidelines about installing enclosures into the rack. • The weight of an enclosure depends on the number and type of modules installed. Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 72: Electrical Guidelines

    • Ideally, use two people to lift an enclosure. However, one person can safely lift an enclosure if its weight is reduced by removing the power supply modules and disk drive modules. • Do not place enclosures in a vertical position. Always install and operate the enclosures in a horizontal (level) orientation.

  • Page 73: Physical Requirements

    The 2U24 enclosure uses 2.5" SFF disks. Remove the enclosure bezel to view disk drive module LEDs. The 2U12 enclosure uses 3.5" LFF disks. Remove the enclosure bezel to view disk drive module LEDs. Figure 47 Rackmount enclosure dimensions Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 74: Environmental Requirements

    Weights may vary due to actual number and type of disk drives (SAS or SSD) and air management modules installed. NOTE: The table below provides comparative information about optional drive enclosures used with S3200/S2200 controller enclosures. Table 27 Rackmount compatible drive enclosure weights (ordered separately)

  • Page 75: Electrical Requirements

    To ensure power redundancy, connect the two power cables to two separate circuits; for example, to one commercial circuit and one uninterruptible power source (UPS). Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 76: C Electrostatic Discharge

    If you do not have any of the suggested equipment for proper grounding, have an authorized technician install the part. For more information about static electricity or assistance with product installation, contact support.lenovo.com, select Product Support, and navigate to Storage Products. Electrostatic discharge...

  • Page 77: D Usb Device Connection

    S3200/S2200 controllers feature a USB CLI port used to cable directly to the controller and initially set IP addresses, or perform other configuration tasks. The USB CLI port employs a mini-USB Type B form factor, and requires a specific cable and additional support, so that a server or other computer running a Linux or Windows operating system can recognize the controller enclosure as a connected device.

  • Page 78: Supported Host Applications

    Microsoft Windows operating systems provide a USB serial port driver. However, the USB driver requires details for connecting to S3200/S2200 controller enclosures. Lenovo provides a device driver for use in the Windows environment. The USB device driver and installation instructions are available via a download.

  • Page 79: Setting Parameters For The Device Driver

    2. Right-click on the previously hung—now disabled—Disk Array USB Port (COMn), and select Enable. 3. Start the terminal emulator and connect to the COM port. 4. Set network port IP addresses using the CLI (see procedure on page 41). Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 80: E Sfp Option For Cnc Ports

    Installed SFP (actuator closed) Align SFP for installation (plug removed/actuator open) Fibre-optic interface cable Figure 49 Install a qualified SFP option into an S3200 CNC controller module Controller module face plate Target CNC port Installed SFP (actuator closed) Align SFP for installation...

  • Page 81: Verify Component Operation

    View the CNC port Link Status/Link Activity LED on the controller module face plate. A green LED indicates that the port is connected and the link is up (see LED descriptions for information about controller module LEDs). Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 82: F Sas Fan-out Cable Option, Locate The Sas Fan-out Cable, Install The Sas Fan-out Cable

    SAS fan-out cable option Locate the SAS fan-out cable Locate the appropriate qualified SAS fan-out cable option for your 2-port SAS controller module. Qualified fan-out cable options are described within Cable requirements for storage enclosures on page 23 and mini-SAS host connection on page 33.

  • Page 83: Hd Mini-sas To Hd Mini-sas Fan-out Cable

    Figure 52 HD mini-SAS to HD mini-SAS fan-out cable Simplified plan and profile views of the bifurcated HD mini-SAS to mini-SAS cable show orientation for connection to the controller module (on left) and the host (on right). Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 84: Index

    S2200 rear panel related documentation 12 Gb SAS ports CLI (reserved for future use) CLI port (USB) electrostatic discharge CNC ports (1 Gb iSCSI) grounding methods CNC ports (FC/10GbE) precautions expansion port Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 85

    Temperature Fault CRU OK Unit Locator Expansion Port Status 2U24 front panel Fault/Service Required CRU OK Network Port Link Active Disk drive Network Port Link Speed Enclosure ID OK to Remove Fault/Service Required Unit Locator Lenovo Storage S3200/S2200 Setup Guide...

  • Page 86

    using to diagnose fault conditions safety precautions local management host requirement web-based storage management interface storage system setup configuring MPIO DSM getting started native Microsoft installation provisioning see related documentation supercapacitor pack switch attach configurations non-operating ranges, environmental temperature non-operating range temperature operating range operating ranges, environmental troubleshooting...

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