Qlogic SilverStorm 9000 Installation guide

SilverStorm 9000
Hardware Installation Guide
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Information furnished in this manual is believed to be accurate and reliable. However, QLogic Corporation assumes no
responsibility for its use, nor for any infringements of patents or other rights of third parties which may result from its
use. QLogic Corporation reserves the right to change product specifications at any time without notice. Applications
described in this document for any of these products are for illustrative purposes only. QLogic Corporation makes no
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modification. QLogic Corporation assumes no responsibility for any errors that may appear in this document.
Document Revision History
Revision A, April 20, 2008
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© 2008 QLogic Corporation. All Rights Reserved Worldwide.
First Published: September 2007
QLogic Corporation, 26650 Aliso Viejo Parkway, Aliso Viejo, CA 92656, (800) 662-4471 or (949) 389-6000
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Introduction
Intended Audience . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
License Agreements. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Technical Support. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Availability . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Contact Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Planning the Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cable Distances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Uninterruptible Power Supply . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Tasks Checklist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tools and Equipment Required . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Check the Installation Site . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation Tasks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mounting Hardware Kit Contents: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9024-FC: 4 Post Shallow-Depth Rack Mounting . . . . . . . . . . . .
9024-FC: 2 Post Standard-Depth Rack Mounting . . . . . . . . . . .
9024-FC: 4 Post Standard-Depth Rack Mounting . . . . . . . . . . .
9024-CU, 9020 and 9040 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9080, 9120 and 9240 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mark the Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9024-FC Installations. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Two Post Standard-Depth Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Four Post Standard-Depth Rack. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Four Post Shallow-Depth Rack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Rack Rails (9024-CU, 9020, 9040, 9080, 9120, 9240) . . . .
Install the Rail Hat Sections (9024, 9020 and 9040) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Hat Rails: 9024-CU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Hat Rails: 9020. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install the Hat Rails: 9040. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rack-Mount the Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Installing the Switch Fascia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installing the Modules (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240) . . . . . . . .
Removing a Module or Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Connect Equipment to the Ports and Power On the System. . . . . . . .
Connecting Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bringing Up the System For the First Time . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Start-up Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Changing the Switch IP Address and Default Gateway via
the CLI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Updating Management Spine IP Addresses in a Redundant
Management Configuration (9080, 9120, 9240). . . . . . . . . . . .
Enabling 12X Ports (9024 and 9080) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Enabling External Ports . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SilverStorm 9000 Component LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Chassis Status LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Subnet Manager Agent (SMA) LED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
RJ45 LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fan LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Power Supply LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240) . . . . .
Module LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240). . . . . . . . . . .
FVIC Fibre Channel Port LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120
and 9240) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EVIC Ethernet Port LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240) .
Subnet Manager License Key Activation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shut Down Procedures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hot Swapping Components. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hot Swapping Leaf/VIO and Spine Modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hot Swapping the Fan Unit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Hot Swapping Power Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SilverStorm 9000 Product Specifications
Physical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environmental Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling and Thermal management: 9024-CU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cooling and Thermal management (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120, 9240). . . . . .
Power Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Configuration Restrictions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Safety Information
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Introduction
This manual describes the hardware installation and initial configuration tasks
for the SilverStorm™ 9000 series that includes:
• The SilverStorm 9024 24-port InfiniBand switch
• The SilverStorm Multi-Protocol Fabric Director (MPFD) series:
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SilverStorm 9020
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SilverStorm 9040
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SilverStorm 9080
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SilverStorm 9120
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SilverStorm 9240
This manual is organized as follows:
Section 1 describes the intended audience and technical support.
Section 2 describes the hardware installation and initial configuration tasks.
Appendix A provides product specification information.
Appendix B provides product safety and regulatory information.
Appendix C provides serial port pinout information.
Intended Audience
This manual is intended to provide network administrators and other qualified
personnel a reference for hardware installation and initial configuration for the
switches.
License Agreements
Refer to the QLogic Software End User License Agreement for a complete listing
of all license agreements affecting this product.
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Technical Support
Technical Support
Customers should contact their authorized maintenance provider for technical
support of their QLogic switch products. QLogic-direct customers may contact
QLogic Technical Support; others will be redirected to their authorized maintenance
provider.
Visit the QLogic support Web site listed in Contact Information for the latest firmware
and software updates.
Availability
QLogic Technical Support for products under warranty is available during local
standard working hours excluding QLogic Observed Holidays.
Contact Information
Support Headquarters
QLogic Corporation
4601 Dean Lakes Blvd.
Shakopee, MN 55379
USA
QLogic Web Site
www.qlogic.com
Technical Support Web Site
support.qlogic.com
Technical Support Email
support@qlogic.com
Technical Training Email
tech.training@qlogic.com
North American Region
Email
support@qlogic.com
Phone
+1-952-932-4040
Fax
+1 952-687-2504
All other regions of the world
QLogic Support Web Site
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Installation
This section describes how to install and configure for first-time use:
• The SilverStorm 9000 switches in a network environment.
Planning the Installation
The 9000 is designed to be installed in an existing 19-inch equipment rack or server
rack.
NOTE:
These chassis are designed for a four-post server cabinet. They should not
be mounted in a two-post telco cabinet.
Racks should conform to conventional standards. Use the American National
Standards Institute (ANSI)/Electronic Industries Association (EIA) standard
ANSI/EIA-310-D-92 and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 297
Racks should meet the following mechanical recommendations:
• Four-post, 19" rack to facilitate easy maintenance
• Universal mounting rail hole pattern identified in IEC Standard 297
• Mounting holes flush with the rails to accommodate the chassis
NOTE:
Operation is subject to the following condition:
Rack Enclosure Door Panels - This unit radiates radio frequency energy and was
tested for FCC Part 15 compliance in a suitable rack enclosure, providing the
means to confine radiated emissions. Construction of the rack enclosure may
consist of mesh screen or perforations, and should include top, side, and front and
rear door panels.
Use a rack grounding kit and a ground conductor that is carried back to earth or to
another suitable building ground. Ground the equipment rack to earth ground.
Provide enough room to work on the equipment. Clear the work site of any
unnecessary materials. Make sure the equipment will have enough clearance for
front and rear access.
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Planning the Installation
Cable Requirements
Cable Distances
When planning the location of the switches, consider the distance limitations for
signaling, EMI, and connector compatibility. It is recommended that the user does
not exceed specified transmission rate and distance limits.
NOTE:
Building and electrical codes vary depending on the location. Comply with
all code specifications when planning the site and installing cable.
When running cable to the equipment, consider the following:
• Do not run cables where they can be stepped on or rolled over.
• Be sure cables are intact with no cuts, bends, or nicks.
• If the user is making a cable, ensure that the cable is properly crimped.
• Provide proper strain relief for standard IB cables.
• Support cable using a cable manager mounted above connectors to avoid
unnecessary weight on the cable bundles.
• Bundle cable using velcro straps to avoid injuring cables.
• Keep all ports and connectors free of dust.
• Untwisted Pair (UTP) cables can build up Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) charges
when being pulled into a new installation. Before installing category 5 UTP
cables, discharge ESD from the cable by plugging it into a port on a system that
is not powered on.
• When required for safety and fire rating requirements, plenum-rated cable can
be used. Check the local building codes to determine when it is appropriate to
use plenum-rated cable, or refer to IEC standard 850.
Uninterruptible Power Supply
Consider the following when selecting Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)
equipment:
• The minimum amperage requirements for a UPS:
• Calculate VA (Volt-Amps): Locate the voltage and amperage requirements
for each piece of equipment (usually located on a sticker on the back or bottom
of the equipment). Multiply the numbers together to get VA.
• Add the VA from each piece of equipment together to find the total VA
requirement. Then add 30% to determine the minimum amperage
requirements for the UPS.
• Transition time (the time necessary for the UPS to transfer from utility power to
full-load battery power).
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• The longest potential time period the UPS might be required to supply backup
power.
• Whether or not the UPS unit also provides online protection.
Installation Tasks Checklist
To perform the actual switch installation, the site implementation engineer must
perform the following tasks, which are detailed in this section.
CAUTION!
Be sure to review the safety information before starting the installation and
during the installation process (refer to Appendix B).
1. Check the installation site to verify the installation of cabinet power feeds, rails,
and grounding.
2. Unpack the equipment and inspect for any shipping damage. Any shipping
damage should be reported to the shipping company.
3. Verify that the equipment shipped matches the packing list.
4. Mark the rack and install the mounting rails.
5. Physically install the switch in the rack.
Tools and Equipment Required
• An ESD wrist strap
• A #2 Phillips screwdriver
• Pen (felt-tip) to mark the mounting holes
Check the Installation Site
The switches are designed to be installed in an existing server cabinet (not a telco
cabinet), where it can be mounted in a standard equipment rack.
Be sure of the following:
• The cabinet has a full earth ground to provide reliable grounding.
• There is enough room to work on the equipment.
• The equipment will have enough clearance for front and rear access.
• The IB cables can be accessed easily.
• Water or moisture cannot enter the switch.
• The ambient temperature stays between 50° - 113°F (5° - 45° C).
• Cabinet doors do not interfere with front-to-back air flow.
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The cabinet should have its own switchable power distribution. If the switch has two
power supplies, it is suggested that a cabinet with dual power distribution units is
used.
It is recommended that cabinet anti-tip devices are used. This is especially true if
installing or removing a switch in the upper half of the cabinet when the lower half
is empty.
Installation Tasks
The following is an overview of the installation tasks detailed in this section:
1. If applicable, remove the doors of the rack.
2. Mark the rack, allowing the applicable amount of vertical space to install each
switch.
3. Install the hat rail sections (9024, 9020 and 9040).
4. Install the bottom support rails (9024, 9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240).
5. Rack mount the switch.
6. Install the top support rails (9240).
7. If applicable, replace the rack’s doors.
NOTE:
The mounting kit hardware contains all of the necessary parts for installing
and mounting the switches into a rack. These kits are intended for use in
cabinets with a depth ranging from 28 - 34 inches. A support shelf capable
of supporting the rated weight of the 9240 may be used in place of rails. For
specific product weights refer to Table A-1 in Appendix A.
Mounting Hardware Kit Contents:
9024-FC: 4 Post Shallow-Depth Rack Mounting
• Kit Mounting Brackets containing:
• One pair (left and right) of rack mounting brackets
• One pair of hat rail assemblies
• #6-32 screws
• Kit Mounting Hardware 3/8” Square Hole containing:
• #10-32 rack mounting screws
• Caged nut adapters for square-holed racks
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• Kit Mounting Brackets containing:
• One pair mounting L brackets
• #6-32 screws
• Kit Mounting Hardware 3/8” Square Hole containing:
• #10-32 rack mounting screws
• Caged nut adapters for square-holed racks
9024-FC: 4 Post Standard-Depth Rack Mounting
• Kit Mounting Brackets containing:
• One pair (left and right) of rack mounting brackets
• One pair of hat rail assemblies
• #6-32 screws
• Kit Mounting Hardware 3/8” Square Hole containing:
• #10-32 rack mounting screws
• Caged nut adapters for square-holed racks
9024-CU, 9020 and 9040
• Kit Mounting Rails containing:
• One pair of bottom support rail assemblies
• One pair of hat rail assemblies
• Kit Mounting Hardware 3/8” Square Hole containing:
• #10-32 rack mounting screws
• Caged nut adapters for square-holed racks
9080, 9120 and 9240
• Kit Mounting Rails containing:
• One pair (left and right) of bottom support rail assemblies
• One pair of top support rail assemblies (9240 only)
• One pair of lower mounting bracke (9080, 9120 and 9240).
• Two heyclips (9080 and 9120)
• Four heyclips (9240 only)
• Kit Mounting Hardware 3/8” Square Hole containing:
• #10-32 rack mounting screws
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• Caged nut adapters for square-holed racks
Mark the Rack
Allow enough vertical space in the rack for each specific switch installation.
1. Determine the location on the rack of the bottom of the switch.
2. Mark the upper (if applicable) and lower mounting positions on the vertical rails
on the front of the rack.
3. Mark the upper (if applicable) and lower mounting positions on the vertical rails
on the back of the rack.
NOTE:
The front flange of the rail (chassis port side) has two holes, which
correspond to the bottom two holes on the front flange.
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9024-FC Installations
This section describes the various rack mounting options for the 9024-FC:
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is ~28" (700mm). Mounting rails are adjustable to accommodate racks with
26"-33" between mounting posts.
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Two post mounting
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Four post mounting
Shallow-depth rack - distance between the front and back mounting posts is
~16" (400mm). Mounting rails are adjustable to accommodate racks with
14"-20" between mounting posts.
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Four post mounting (both flush and recessed)
Two Post Standard-Depth Rack
1. Install the mounting bracket to each side of the switch (chassis port side), using
three (3) #6-32 screws per bracket
Figure 2-1 9024-FC Mounting Bracket
2. Install cage nuts into the rack posts, two (2) cage nuts per post. Install the switch
into a rack and fasten to the cage nuts using rack mounting screws, two (2) per
side.
Figure 2-2 9024-FC Two Post Mounting
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Four Post Standard-Depth Rack
1. Install the hat rails on each side of a switch (from a port side) using two (2)
#6-32 screws per rail. Note that the hat rails are marked Right and Left.
Figure 2-3 9024 Standard Hat Rails
2. Install eight (8) cage nuts into rack posts. Two (2) cage nuts per post. Install
the rack rails and fasten to cage nuts using six (6) rack mount screws. Leave
2 cage nut locations open.
NOTE:This end of rail is installed where the equipment end (i.e., port side) of
a switch will be installed.
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Figure 2-4 Installing the Rack Rails
3. Slide the switch into the rack rails and fasten with rack mounting screws, one
(1) per side.
Figure 2-5 9024-FC Four Post Standard Rack Mounting
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Four Post Shallow-Depth Rack
1. Install the hat rails to each side of the switch, using four (4) #6-32 screws per
rail. Rails are marked Left Side and Right Side. The switch can be
flush-mounted (holes circled green) or recessed mounted (holes circled red).
Figure 2-6 9024-FC Hat Rails
2. Install eight (8) cage nuts into the rack posts, two (2) cage nuts per post. Install
the switch into a rack and fasten to cage nuts using rack mounting screws, two
(2) per side.
3. Install C-rails by sliding into the corresponding hat rails on the switch. Fasten
to cage nuts with rack mounting screws, two (2) per side.
Figure 2-7 9024-FC Four Post Shallow Rack Mounting
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Install the Rack Rails (9024-CU, 9020, 9040, 9080, 9120, 9240)
1. Install the caged nuts into the 2 back holes (chassis leaf module side) and the
top and bottom holes (chassis fan side) in the front of the rack.
NOTE:
The 2 front holes should match up with the top and bottom holes of the rail
front flange.
All holes should correspond to the rail mounting positions.
2. Fasten the rail back flange (chassis port side) to the rack by installing two screws
into the rail and rack.
Figure 2-8 Rail Back Flange
Install 2 screws to
top and bottom holes
3. Fasten the rail front flange (chassis fan side) to the rack by installing two screws
into the rail and rack.
Figure 2-9 Rail Front Flange
Install 2 screws to
top and bottom holes
4. Tighten all rail mounting screws.
Install the second rail on the other side of the rack by repeating steps 1 through 3.
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Install the Rail Hat Sections (9024, 9020 and 9040)
The 9024, 9020 and 9040 have hat rails that are attached to the sides of the switch
and slide into the rack rails.
Install the Hat Rails: 9024-CU
NOTE:
Make certain to install the hat rails to the correct side of the switch. The
switch rails have specific left and right part numbers:
• Left switch rail: #200595
• Right switch rail: #200594
Two additional ways to ensure that the rails are mounted on the correct side(s) of
the switch:
• Make certain that the hat section is always on top
1. Using the provided hardware, attach three (3) screws to the three holes in the
rail, and to the corresponding holes in the switch.
2. Repeat for other rail.
Install the Hat Rails: 9020
The 9020 has left (marked "Front Left") and right (marked "Front Right") hat rail
sections that are attached to the switch with five (5) screws as shown in in
Figure 2-10.
Figure 2-10 Installing 9020 Hat Rails
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Install the Hat Rails: 9040
The hat rails on the 9040 can be used on either side of the switch and are attached
with 4 screws. The hat rail has 8 holes: 4 correspond to the left side of the chassis
and 4 correspond to the right. When installing the hat rails, make certain that the
top of the rail is installed the same on both sides (rail is marked with "TOP") as
shown in Figure 2-11.
Figure 2-11 Installing 9040 Hat Rails
Secure each hat section to the side of the 9040. Make
certain the top of the hat rail is installed correctly.
Rack-Mount the Switch
To install the switch into the rack, perform the following steps:
1. Clear the area of any unnecessary materials.
2. Attach the clip of the ESD wristband (strap) to bare metal on the cabinet. Put
the wristband around one wrist with the metal button against the skin.
3. Lift the switch and from the front of the cabinet, slide it onto the rails. The fans
and power supplies are on the front of the chassis; leaf/VIC modules are to the
rear.
CAUTION!
Never lift the switch with the handles on the spine modules, leaf modules,
power supplies, and fan trays. These handles are not designed to support
the weight of the switches.
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4. On each side of the chassis, install a screw and caged nut for each hole in the
chassis sheet metal.
Figure 2-12 Secure the Chassis to the Rack
Install 1 screw and
caged nut into each
hole in the chassis
sheet metal
5. (9240 Only)Attach the top support rails to the chassis rear side as shown in
Figure 2-13:
Figure 2-13 Top Rail Assembly
Install 1 screw into
each hole in the
chassis sheet metal
Connect the top rail to rack
with 1 screw and caged nut
into each hole
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heyclip
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a. When complete, the top rail assembly should look like Figure 2-14:
Figure 2-14 Completed Top Rail Assembly
6. Using two screws, install the lower mounting bracket to the rail assembly and
chassis as shown in Figure 2-15
Figure 2-15 Install the Lower Mounting Bracket and Heyclip
Install the
heyclip here
Install the lower rear
mounting bracket to the rail
assembly and chassis
7. Install the heyclip to the rail assembly.
8. If applicable, reinstall the chassis fascia(s).
9. Tighten all screws.
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Installing the Switch Fascia
To install the switch fascia(s):
1. On the switch fan side, insert the notches on the top of the fascia into the two
slots on the chassis frame. Snap the bottom of the fascia in place.
Installing the Modules (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240)
NOTE:
The purchased configuration for the SilverStorm 9000 is shipped fully
populated. Follow these steps when it becomes necessary to install or
replace spine modules and leaf modules.
1. Remove the necessary management modules/blanks, spine modules/blanks ,
leaf modules, virtual I/O cards (VICs) and blanks. For detailed instructions,
please refer to the section “Removing a Module or Blank” on page 2-17.
NOTE:
If the user is only adding additional modules, remove only the blank(s) for
the slot(s) to be populated. These will not be replaced.
2. When placing the spine modules and leaf modules/VICs into chassis slots, the
following recommendations apply:
a. Spine Modules — It is recommended that the spine module(s) be installed
into:
„
9120 and 9240 Lower Hemisphere: Slot 1 for managed. For redundant
management, populate slots 1 and 2 with management-capable
spines. Use slot 3 for unmanaged.
„
9240 Upper Hemisphere: Slot 5 for managed. For redundant
management, populate slots 5 and 6 with management-capable
spines. Use slot 4 for unmanaged.
b. Leaf Modules/VICs — Modules should be populated beginning with slot 1,
then slot 2, then slots 3 through x respectively.
3. To install a module or filler, hold it so that the ejector handles are on the bottom
4. Pull the handles out to extend them. Slide the module into the appropriate slot
of the chassis until it makes contact with the backplane. As the module seats
in the chassis, the handles will begin to close.
5. Push the handles in to fully close.
NOTE:
Be sure that all cards are fully inserted in their respective chassis slots, and
that the handles are in the locked position. This prevents accidental
removal, provides proper grounding for the system, and helps to seat the
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bus connectors in the backplane receptacles.
Removing a Module or Blank
The handles are self-locking. To unlock, push up on the handles to disengage from
the lock notch. Then gently pull the handles out and slide the module out of the slot.
NOTE:
If removing, but not replacing a module, remember to replace with a module
blank. All slots must be either populated with a module or have blanks for
EMI and thermal integrity.
Connect Equipment to the Ports and Power On the System
1. Connect a Category 5 or 6 (Cat 5/6) Ethernet cable to one of the RJ-45
connectors on the switch. Connect the other end of the Cat 5/6 to the OOB LAN
workstation.
2. Connect the switch to IB-enabled hosts using 4X-to-4X IB or IB/Fiber Optic
cables.
NOTE:
Make sure all cables latch securely into the corresponding port connectors.
If the IB cable connector is not properly oriented to fit onto the port
receptacle (i.e., while attempting to insert the cable in the port), do not twist
the connector to achieve the correct orientation. Instead, reach back a few
feet on the cable, and twist the bulk cable to allow the connector to rotate to
the proper orientation. Doing this prevents all of the rotational forces from
acting right at the connector terminations:
CAUTION!
It is important to provide strain relief for the IB cable connector.
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NOTE:
When handling IB connectors, make certain to remove the connectors by
pulling on the center of the lanyard only as shown in Figure 2-16 below.
Pulling abruptly on the lanyard, or pulling on only one side of the lanyard
will prevent the latch/unlatch operation from occurring, and could damage
or break the lanyard.
Figure 2-16 4X IB Cable Connector
3. Connect FVICs to Fibre Channel devices using Fibre Optic cables.
Connecting Power
1. Provide strain relief for the power cable(s).
NOTE:Be certain that the power cords are firmly seated into the AC power inlets..
2. If necessary, replace the fascia(s) over the switch fans.
3. Connect the power cables to an AC power outlet.
4. When the switch is plugged into an AC power outlet:
a. The system powers up.
b. The fans start.
c. The system performs a power-on self test (POST).
5. The switch, power supply, and fan LEDs light up.
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Bringing Up the System For the First Time
Start-up Procedures
1. Power up the switch.
2. From its flash image on the spine module, the switch begins its boot process.
NOTE:
If the spine module RS-232 port is connected to a terminal emulation
program, the user will be able to view the switch boot process. Be certain to
use a null-modem/crossover serial cable for the console port (for serial port
pinout information, refer to Appendix C). The settings for the terminal
emulation device should be:
• 8 data bits
• no parity bits
• 1 stop bit
• 57.6K baud
• Use VT100 emulation.
• Flow control = XON/XOFF
3. Verify the IP address with the command line interface (CLI) command
showChassisIpAddr command. The system returns the information similar
to the following:
Chassis IP Address: 192.168.100.9 Net mask: 255.255.240.0
Changing the Switch IP Address and Default Gateway via the CLI
The command line interface (CLI) can be accessed via Telnet, SSH, or through the
switch RS-232 serial ports.
1. Connect null-modem/crossover serial cables to the RS-232 ports of the switch.
If using a terminal emulation device, the settings should be:
• 8 data bits
• no parity bits
• 1 stop bit
• 57.6K baud
• Use VT100 emulation.
• Flow control = XON/XOFF
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NOTE:
If using the RS-232 port, skip to Step 5. Steps 2 through 4 are for those
users accessing the switch via Telnet or SSH.
2. If using Telnet or SSH, access the switch with the following command:
open 192.168.100.9
3. The system prompts for a user name. In order to change the IP address and
default gateway, the user must be logged in as the administrator. At the prompt
enter:
admin
4. The system prompts for a password. At the prompt enter:
adminpass
The system responds with:
Welcome to the <SWITCH> CLI. Type 'list' for the list of
commands.
5. To change the switch default IP address enter:
setChassisIpAddr -h ipaddress -m netMask
where -h ipaddress is the new IP address in dotted decimal (i.e.,
xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) format, and -m netMask is the new subnet mask in dotted
decimal (i.e., xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) format.
6. To change the switch default gateway IP address enter:
setDefaultRoute -h ipaddress
where -h ipaddress is the new default gateway IP address in dotted decimal
(i.e., xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx) format.
7. To to exit the CLI enter:
logout
Updating Management Spine IP Addresses in a Redundant Management
Configuration (9080, 9120, 9240)
Each managed spine must have a unique IP address that is different than the
chassis IP address of the switch. Therefore, a redundantly-managed switch will
have multiple unique IP addresses. For example the 9120 and 9240 IP addresses
are:
9012 and 9240 Lower Hemisphere
• Chassis: 192.168.100.9
• Spine 1: 192.168.100.11
• Spine 2: 192.168.100.12
9240 Upper Hemisphere
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• Chassis: 192.168.100.10
• Spine 5: 192.168.100.13
• Spine 6: 192.168.100.14
It is necessary for each managed spine to have a unique IP address for the following
reasons:
• Unique IP addresses are used when sending syslog messages from a managed
spine to a syslog server.
• Gives the user the ability to ping each management spine separately.
• If the IP addresses are not unique, collisions will occur, causing IP operations
to fail.
To update the IP address on a managed spine, do the following:
1. Ensure that the spine module is connected to a COM port on a serial terminal
device via the RS-232 port.
2. Get to a [boot]: prompt by following Step a or b.
a. If the managed spine is running, enter the following command at the console:
reboot now
Then press Enter.
b. If the managed spine is not running, power on the switch.
3. When the system displays image1 or image2, press the Spacebar to interrupt
the auto load sequence before the counter expires (within 5 seconds).
4. At the [boot]: prompt type the following:
spineip <NEW IP ADDRESS>
Then press Enter.
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5. At the [boot]: prompt enter reboot, and press Enter. Upon reboot the
managed spine will display information similar to the following:
Unified Boot Manager For The T3 Platform.
Image Date:
Jan 19 2006, 15:03:31
Checking L2 functionality...
BCM1125
L2 caches initialized and invalidated
CPU0 caches initialized
Initialized SMBUS Channels
SPD Checksum ok.
MEM_SEL = 0x00000007
CPU_REV = 0x00000001_112421FF
CPU speed = 400 MHz
IO Bridge 0,1 speed = 133, 200 MHz
Memory size = 128 MB
MC1 Configured for 128M SODIMM, CAS=2, 100 MHz
Configured Memory Size = 0x08000000
Channel Interleave Bit = 0
Number of Mem Channels = 1
Testing memory
Memory tests pass
CPU0 flushing caches
L2 flush complete
Start type = 0xBFC006A0
Jumping to romStart
Initializing HyperTransport bus
HyperTransport initialization completed
rintf MBOX connect interrupt_source=28 vector=62 status=0
Printf MBOX intEnable status=0
Found Intel Strata Flash 128 MBit (0x8918).
Mounted raw file system on device /image1. (size=6291456 bytes)
Mounted raw file system on device /image2. (size=6291456 bytes)
Mounted raw file system on device /dump0. (size=1048576 bytes)
Mounted flash file system on device /rfa1. (size=2097152 bytes)
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Unified Boot Manager
[1] image1
[2] image2
CPU: Broadcom BCM1125
VxWorks Version: 5.4
boot device
: icspkg0
processor number
: 0
host name
: home
file name
: /image1
inet on ethernet (e) : <NEW IP ADDRESS>
inet on backplane (b):
host inet (h)
: 192.168.100.1
gateway inet (g)
:
user (u)
: ftp
ftp password (pw) (blank = use rsh): ftp
flags (f)
: 0x0
target name (tn)
:
startup script (s)
:
other (o)
: sbe
Loading package from flash device /image1 ...
Boot System
= <SWITCH>
Boot Image Information:
Product
= <SWITCH>
BSP
= t3
Version
= 4.1.0.0.9
Compressed Image Size = 3616523 bytes
md5
= 46086777be1b5bae45140a440425b915
vxWorks Image Type
= loadable
Computed md5
= 46086777be1b5bae45140a440425b915
md5 values match!
11088736
elapsed time = 4636(ticks)
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Starting at 0x80010000...
sysI
REGS
BOOT
Initializing HyperTransport bus
HyperTransport initialization completed
Found Intel Strata Flash 128 MBit (0x8918).
Mounted raw file system on device /image1. (size=6291456 bytes)
Mounted raw file system on device /image2. (size=6291456 bytes)
Mounted raw file system on device /dump0. (size=1048576 bytes)
Mounted flash file system on device /rfa1. (size=2097152 bytes)
Network configuration requested.
cliEnabled=1
sbe0 speed=100 fullDuplex=0 flowControl=0
sbe1 speed=100 fullDuplex=1 flowControl=0
NOTE:
The command spineip changes the IP address for image1 and image2 on
each managed spine.
Enabling 12X Ports (9024 and 9080)
Users can enable 12X ports with the following CLI commands:
• ismChassisSet12x: Enables all external ports for 12x. This command has the
following syntax:
ismChassisSet12x <n>
The option n can be either 2 (12x mode is ENABLED 12X ONLY), 1 (12x mode
is ENABLED AUTO 1X/4X/12X) or 0 (disable).
For example:
ismChassisSet12x 2
enables 12X on all external ports.
NOTE:
Enabling all external ports for 12X may cause some latency issues. It is
recommended that users enable 12X only for the specific ports they need.
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• ismPortSet12x: Manually enables ports for 12X on a port-by-port basis.This
command has the following syntax:
ismPortSet12x <portName> <n>
The option n can be either 2 (12x mode is ENABLED 12X ONLY), 1 (12x mode
is ENABLED AUTO 1X/4X/12X) or 0 (disable).
Using this command to enable external ports is detailed in the following section.
NOTE:
Using any of these commands with just a name specified displays the
current values for the port(s).
Enabling External Ports
Enabling 12X ports is achieved by combining three, 4X ports into a group (the first
port in the group is known as the master port). With the CLI command
ismPortSet12x, the user enables each port (one at a time) of a group to create
the 12X port. For example, to create a 12X port using ports 16 through 18, do the
following:
NOTE:
Ports are combined in groups of three, sequentially. For example, each 9024
has the following possible combinations:
„
Ports 1 through 3
„
Ports 4 through 6
„
Ports 7 through 9
„
Ports 10 through 12
„
Ports 13 through 15
„
Ports 16 through 18
„
Ports 19 through 21
„
Ports 21 through 24
1. Log into the CLI as admin.
2. Enable port 16 with the command:
ismPortSet12x Cable16 1.
and press Enter.
3. Enable ports 17 and 18 using same command as above, changing the port
number each time (i.e., Cable17, Cable18, etc.).
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NOTE:
If spaces are used in the portName syntax (e.g., Cable 5), it must bounded
by quotes (i.e., “Cable 5”).
4. Reboot the chassis to activate the changes.
5. Following the reboot, bring up Chassis Viewer. The 12X ports will be displayed
as shown in Figure 2-17 where all three ports of the group (ports 16, 17 and
18) have LEDs on.
Figure 2-17 12X Ports Enabled
6. From the 9024 main page, click on the menu buttons Port Stats/IB Port Stats
to displays the IB Port Statistics screen. The 12X port (for combined ports 16
through 18) is displayed as shown in Figure 2-18:
Figure 2-18 12X Port Statistics
The first port of the group (port 16) is shown as active and Up, while the other
two ports in the group are displayed as down and Disabled.
NOTE:
If the user decides to move the 12X group to a different set of ports, a reboot
is required to establish the new 12X link.
SilverStorm 9000 Component LEDs
Chassis Status LED
The chassis status LED (one per hemisphere) is Green when the system is
functioning normally.
The chassis status LED is Amber when one of the following conditions exists:
• The system ambient temperature exceeds 52 C but remains less than 60 C.
• Any Fan Alarm is amber.
• Any power supply AC OK LED is off.
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• Any power supply DC OK LED is off
• Any spine module Attention LED is on, or it has been determined that a spine is
not functioning (even if it is unable to light the LED).
• Any leaf module Attention LED is on, or it has been determined that a leaf is not
functioning (even if it is unable to light the LED).
The chassis status LED is Red when the system can no longer function properly
and indicates one of the following conditions:
• The system ambient temperature exceeded 60 degrees C.
• No functional fan trays are present.
• No functional spines are present.
• No functional leaves are present.
The chassis status LED is off when:
• There are no functional power supplies present.
• There are no management cards in the system
• AC power has been removed from the system.
Subnet Manager Agent (SMA) LED
There is a single SMA LED associated with each hemisphere of the system. This
LED is Blue if Fabric Manager license is installed and enabled on this switch or if
the Subnet Manager is running anywhere else in the fabric.
RJ45 LEDs
The RJ45 connectors have two LEDs, Act and 100. The 100 LED is Green when
a 100Mbps link is connected. The Act LED is Green when an Ethernet link has
been established, and blinking when the link is active.
Fan LEDs
Fan LEDs indicate the following status(es):
•
Green indicates that the fan is functioning properly.
• Amber indicates that the following warning condition exists:
• A single fan failure when the rotation speed is less than 4000 RPM or greater
than 10950 RPM.
• Red indicates a possible problem, including:
• The fan tray is not responding to commands for configuration and
temperature-related operations.
• A fan is not responding to commands for temperature and speed related
operations.
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• The fan speed has fallen below the minimum allowed RPM for a fan.
Power Supply LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240)
Each power supply has two LEDs: DC OK and AC OK. Following are the status
definitions for each.
DC OK
•
Green indicates that DC power is normal.
•
Off indicates a DC power failure or no DC power is present.
AC OK
• Green indicates that AC power is normal.
•
Off indicates a AC power failure or no AC power is present.
Module LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240)
Leaf Module/FVIC/EVIC IB Port LEDs
Each module IB port has a Blue IB link status LED that provide the following
indications:
• On - the logical link is up (port is in the Active state).
• Off - the physical link is down (port is in the Down state).
Module Status LED
The status LED indicates one of the following conditions:
• Steady Green - the module is operating normally.
• Blinking Green - LED test state.
• Off - module is in the removable state.
Module Attention LED
The Attention LED indicates one of the following conditions:
• Off - the system functioning normally.
• Steady Amber - the system requires some attention, which could indicate one
of the following conditions:
• The switch temperature is at a warning level on the module.
• The switch silicon temperature is at a warning level (approximately 90 degrees
C).
• DC voltages on the board are slightly out of tolerance (12V Bulk, 5V, 3.3V,
1.8V, VBIO are all monitored).
• The module can no longer function properly. The system will take the
appropriate actions to ensure that no damage is done to its components.
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• Blinking Amber (once every four seconds) - LED test state.
For each FVIC Fibre Channel port, the Activity (ACT) and Quality (QUAL) LEDs
indicate:
Activity (ACT) LEDs:
„
Blinks ON for each transmit or receive on the port.
Quality (QUAL) LEDs:
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Blink slowly - receiver bit errors are detected.
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Blink fast - low signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) close to an error condition.
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Off when an auto-negotiation is in progress or an error condition exists.
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FVIC Fibre Channel Port LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240)
Link/Activity
The green Link/Activity LED will blink indicating
„
Fibre Channel IO activity on the port. The LED is off when a link is down.
Fault
The Fault LED is a solid Amber LED indicating:
„
A fault condition related to the Fibre Channel connection for a specific port.
The Fault LED will be on if a problem is detected in either the Fibre Channel
controller or in the small form factor pluggable (SFP) optical transceiver for a
specific port.
EVIC Ethernet Port LEDs (9020, 9040, 9080, 9120 and 9240)
Link
The Link LED is a solid Green LED indicating
„
That the Ethernet port has successfully established a link. The LED is off
when a link is down.
Activity (TX/RX)
The Activity LED is a Green LED indicating:
„
There is link activity on an Ethernet port. The LED is off when there is no link
activity.
Spine/Management Module Management LEDs
Each spine module has three management LEDs:
„
Capable:
• Green indicates that the spine slot supports management.
•
„
Off indicates that the spine slot does not support management.
Stat:
• Green indicates that a management board is present.
•
„
Off indicates that no management board is present.
Act:
• Green indicates that management board is in the active mode. In a
redundantly-managed system, this would indicate the master spine.
• Off indicates that the management board is in the standby mode (if the STAT
LED is Green). In a redundantly-managed system, if the Capable LED is also
Green, this would indicate the slave spine.
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DDR (Spine Module Only):
• Green indicates that the switch is capable of running at DDR speeds.
• Off indicates that the switch is not capable of running at DDR speeds (i.e.,
SDR only).
Subnet Manager License Key Activation
If the user has purchased the InfiniBand Fabric Suite 2008 package, in order to
activate the subnet manager the user must acquire a subnet manager (SM) license
key from QLogic Technical Support. In order to do this, the user must first find the
globally unique identifier (GUID) for the FRU to be used as the master SM. The
GUID can be:
„
Retrieved from the label on the spine.
„
Retrieved via software using the Chassis Viewer GUI or the command line
interface (CLI).
For detailed information on retrieving the FRU GUID and acquiring a license key,
please refer to the applicable switch quick start guide.
Shut Down Procedures
In order to shut down the switch:
1. Power down the switch by removing the power cords from the AC power inlets.
Hot Swapping Components
Hot Swapping Leaf/VIO and Spine Modules
NOTE:
Following are the general guidelines for hot swapping leaf and spine
modules:
• Hot swap one module at a time, allowing the chassis to completely update it
before hot-swapping the next module. The module update is complete when it
becomes visible within the Chassis Viewer GUI. Listed below are the
approximate times to fully update each module type:
• Spines modules: up to 4 minutes
• Leaf/VIO modules: up to 2 minutes
A general recommendation is to hot swap beginning with leaf modules, then VIO
cards, then spine modules with the managed spine(s) being last.
• When a management spine is hot swapped, the rest of the chassis will continue
to move packets without interruption.
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CAUTION!Be certain that the managed spine to be hot swapped is at the that
same firm
ware level as all other components in the switch. A hot swap of a managed
spine with another firmware level will cause a disruptive reboot.
• There is no need to reboot the chassis when replacing either a spine or leaf
module.
1. Remove the module by pushing up on the handles to disengage from the lock
notch. Once the handles are disengaged, gently pull the handles out and slide
the module out of the slot.
2. To install a module, hold it so that the ejector handles are on the bottom.
3. Pull the handles out to extend them. Slide the module into the appropriate slot
of the chassis until it makes contact with the backplane. As the module seats
in the chassis, the handles will begin to close.
4. Push the handles in to fully close.
Hot Swapping the Fan Unit
1. Loosen the captive panel screw.
2. Pull the panel screw down to partially disengage the unit.
3. Slowly pull the unit. The unit will disengage from the connector.
4. Carefully slide the fan out until it is completely removed from its slot.
To install a fan unit:
1. Place the unit into the slot. Slowly slide the fan unit in until it engages into the
connector.
2. Using the panel screw, push up to re-engage the unit.
3. Tighten the captive panel screw.
Hot Swapping Power Supplies
Power supplies can be hot swapped without powering down the switch. To replace
a power supply:
1. Loosen the captive panel screw.
2. Pull the panel screw down to partially disengage the unit.
3. Slowly pull the unit. The unit will disengage from the connector.
4. Carefully slide the power supply out until it is completely removed from its slot.
To install a power supply:
1. Place the unit into the slot. Slowly slide the power supply in until it engages into
the connector.
2. Using the panel screw, push up to re-engage the unit.
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Product Specifications
Physical Specifications
All products within the 9024 and 9000 Multi-protocol Fabric Director series are
designed to be installed in industry-standard 19-inch four-post server racks.
Racks should conform to conventional standards. Use the American National
Standards Institute (ANSI)/Electronic Industries Association (EIA) standard
ANSI/EIA-310-D-92 and International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) 297.
These racks are commercially available in various depths. It is recommended to
use rack with minimum of 36" depth to facilitate cable installation and routing. Other
physical attributes are shown in the table below.
NOTE:
The 9000 series MPFD products should not be installed in two-post
telecommunication racks.
Table A-1. 9000 Physical Attributes
Model #
9024
9240
9120
9080
Height (rack
units/inches)
1U/1.75"
14U/24.5"
7U/12.25"
7U/12.25"
Depth (without
cables)
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25 3/4" (654mm)
Width
Max weight
(lb./kg.)
9040
9020
2U/3.5"
21"
(533mm)
17.32" (440mm)
20/9
175/80
100/45
90/41
60/27
32/15
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Environmental Specifications
Environmental Specifications
• Operating temperature:
5° - 45°C at sea level, altitude derating 1°C per 300m to 2,400m
• Non-operating temperature:
-35°C to 65°C
• Relative humidity (non-condensing):
Operating 5% - 85%; Non-operating 5% - 90%
Cooling and Thermal management: 9024-CU
Table A-2. 9024 Product Configurations
Model #
9024
Maximum
InfiniBand
Ports
24
Fan Trays
2
Power
Supplies
2
• Cooling:
Air cooled with a hot plug fan tray
Four fans per tray, 40mm, 12VDC
Front-to-back airflow
Active thermal performance monitoring switch board via IBML links
• Power Supply:
Two redundant, hot plug supplies
90/264 VAC operation
65W max power per supply
Input:
90–264V AC, 47–63Hz, 1 Phase, 2.2A max current at 100VAC
Inrush Current:
33A @ 115VAC (25×C cold start)
16.5A @ 230VAC (25×C cold start)
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Power Factor 0.95
Two IEC 320 connectors for independent AC inputs
Cooling and Thermal management (9020, 9040,
9080, 9120, 9240)
All products 9000 MPFD series use the same fan tray modules and share the same
thermal management attributes listed below. The quantity of fan tray modules used
in each system is defined in the following table:
Table A-3. 9000 Product Configurations
Model #
9240
9120
9080
9040
9020
Maximum
InfiniBand
Ports
288
144
96
48
22
Maximum
Leaf Modules
24
12
8
4
1
Maximum
Spine
Modules
(9040, 9080,
9120, 9240)
6
3
2
1
0
Fan Trays
8
4
4
2
2
Power
Supplies
12
6
6
4
2
Management
Modules
(9020)
0
0
0
0
2
• Fan Tray:
Hot plug with two axial, brushless, 12V fans per Fan Tray
• Chassis airflow:
Front-to-back
• Power supply airflow:
Power supplies intake air from a pressurized chamber inside a chassis and
exhaust to the front of a chassis. In the 9020, exhausted air from power
supplies is then routed to the back of a chassis through a return duct integrated
into a front fascia.
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• Thermal management:
Temperatures of all major heat producing components are continuously
monitored by system management modules. Fan speed is monitored and
automatically adjusted by system management modules to maintain
appropriate temperatures of major heat producing components. Monitoring
is performed via a two wire I2C interface to each Fan Tray.
Power Specifications
All products within the 9000 MPFD series use a common switching power supply.
System power attributes are shown in the table below. Power supplies are hot
pluggable and N+1 redundant.
Table A-4. System Power Attributes
Model #
9240
9120
9080
9040
9020
Maximum # of
Power
Supplies
12
6
6
4
2
2
2
Maximum
output per
supply
350 Watts
Input voltage
90-264 VAC autoranging
Input
frequency and
phase
50/60 Hz, 1 Phase
Maximum
current per
supply
4 Amps
Power Factor
correction
95%
Power Inlet
connector
# of Power
Inlets
Power Cord
connector
IEC320-C14
4
2
2
IEC320-C13
The 9120, 9080, 9040 and 9020 systems have two independent AC inputs and one
common DC output. Each AC input supplies power to half of the power supplies.
In a 9240 system there are two independent DC outputs, which are labeled as
hemispheres (see Figure A-19). The lower hemisphere is powered by the lower 6
supplies and the upper hemisphere is powered by the upper 6 supplies. There are
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four independent AC inputs: two in each hemisphere. Each AC input within a
hemisphere supplies AC power to half of the power supplies in a hemisphere, the
same as with the 9020 through 9120 systems.
Figure A-19 SilverStorm 9240 Hemispheres
Upper
Hemisphere
Spine 6 (Managed)
Spine 5 (Managed)
Spine 4 (Unmanaged)
Spine 3 (Unmanaged)
Spine 2 (Managed)
Spine 1 (Managed)
Lower
Hemisphere
Configuration Restrictions
The 9000 MPFD series systems are highly configurable. Maximum configurations
are shown in Table A-3. Additional configuration restrictions are documented in this
section.
The maximum number of Virtual I/O Controllers (VICs) per switch is shown in
Table A-5:
Table A-5. Maximum Virtual I/O Controllers
Model #
Maximum
number of
Virtual I/O
Controllers
(VICs)
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4
4
4
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The number of power supplies required to support continuous operation depends
upon the system configuration and whether DC and AC redundancy is desired.
While DC redundancy is supported for all valid configurations, AC redundancy is
limited. The maximum AC redundancy configurations for the 9120 and 9240 are
displayed in Table A-6:
Table A-6. 9120 and 9240 per Hemisphere
Maximum Configurations: 9120 and
9240 (per hemisphere)
Model #
IB only
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IB and EVIC IB, EVIC and IB and FVIC
FVIC
Spine
modules
3
3
3
3
IB Leaf
modules
12
4
6
8
EVIC
0
4
2
0
FVIC
0
0
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Compliance Information
This section provides regulatory compliance, safety and electromagnetic
compatibility (EMC) information for the 9024 and 9000 MPFD series products.
Safety Information
Statement 1:
Disconnect Device - This unit may have more than one power cord. To reduce the
risk of electrical shock, disconnect all power cords before servicing unit.
Verklaring 1:
Apparaat loskoppelen - Deze eenheid heeft mogelijk meer dan een stroomkabel.
Verminder het risico op een elektrische schok door alle stroomkabels los te
koppelen voordat u onderhoud pleegt aan de eenheid.
Varoitus 1:
Irrota laite. Yksikössä saattaa olla useampia kuin yksi virtajohto. Irrota kaikki
virtajohdot ennen yksikön huoltamista, niin sähköiskun vaara pienenee.
Déclaration 1 :
Déconnecter l'appareil - Cette unité peut disposer de plusieurs cordons
d'alimentation. Déconnectez tous les cordons d'alimentation avant son entretien
pour réduire le risque d'électrocution.
Anweisung 1:
Gerät trennen - Diese Komponente verfügt möglicherweise über mehrere
Netzkabel. Trennen Sie alle Netzkabel bevor Sie die Komponente warten, um die
Gefahr eines elektrischen Schlags zu vermeiden.
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Dichiarazione 1:
Scollegare il dispositivo - L'unità potrebbe avere più di un cavo di alimentazione.
Per ridurre il rischio di scosse elettriche, scollegare tutti i cavi di alimentazione prima
di intervenire sull'unità.
Erklæring 1:
Frakobling av enheten - denne enheten kan ha mer enn én strømledning. For å
redusere faren for elektrisk sjokk, må alle strømkablene trekkes ut før enheten
vedlikeholdes.
Declaração 1:
Desligar dispositivo - Esta unidade pode ter mais de um cabo de alimentação. Para
reduzir o risco de choque eléctrico, desligue todos os cabos de alimentação antes
de fazer a manutenção da unidade.
Declaración 1:
Desconexión de dispositivo - Esta unidad puede tener más de un cable de
alimentación eléctrica. Para reducir el riesgo de electrocución, desconecte todos
los cables antes de realizar cualquier servicio técnico en la unidad.
Uttalande 1:
Koppla bort enhet. Den här enheten kan ha mer än en strömsladd. Reducera risken
för elektrisk stöt genom att koppla bort alla strömsladdar innan enheten underhålls.
Kijelentés 1:
Szüntesse meg az eszköz tápellátását – Ez az egység egynél több tápvezetékkel
rendelkezhet. Az áramütés kockázatának csökkentése érdekében minden
tápvezetéket húzzon ki az egység szervizelése elott.
Инструкция 1:
Отключите устройство – В данном устройстве может быть более одного
сетевого шнура. Во избежание поражения электрическим током отсоедините
все сетевые шнуры до проведения технического обслуживания устройства.
声明 1:
断开装置 - 此装置可能有一个以上电源电缆。为了减少电击风险,请在维修该装置
前断开所有电源电缆。
ステートメント 1:
デバイスを外してください - このユニットには複数の電源ユニットが接続され
ている可能性があります。感電のリスクを軽減するため、ユニットを修理する前
にすべての電源コードを外してください。
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Statement 2:
Chassis Lifting - Use safe practices when lifting. Use only the handles provided on
the chassis to prevent damage to the chassis and components.
NOTE:
Use a team of people appropriate to the weight of each specified product
and in conjunction with applicable guidelines. Whenever possible, use a
mechanical lift.
Verklaring 2:
Chassis optillen - Volg de veiligheidsinstructies bij het optillen. Gebruik alleen de
grepen die op het chassis aanwezig zijn om schade aan het chassis en onderdelen
te voorkomen.
ANMERKUNG: Gebruik genoeg mensen voor het gewicht van elk gespecificeerd
product en hanteer de toepasselijke richtlijnen. Gebruik waar
mogelijk een mechanisch tilapparaat.
Varoitus 2:
Kotelon nostaminen. Noudata nostaessasi turvaohjeita. Nosta koteloa vain sen
kahvoista, jotta kotelo ja komponentit eivät vaurioituisi.
HUOMAUTUS: Varaa nostamista varten laitteen painoon nähden sopiva ja
sovellettavien ohjeiden mukainen määrä henkilöitä. Käytä
mekaanista nosturia aina, kun se on mahdollista.
Déclaration 2 :
Soulever le châssis - Employez des mesures de sécurité pour soulever. N'utilisez
que les poignées fournies pour éviter d'endommager le châssis et ses composants.
REMARQUE :
Faites appel au nombre de personnes approprié en fonction du
poids de chaque produit spécifique et en conjonction avec les
directives applicables. Utilisez un relevage mécanique, si possible.
Anweisung 2:
Anheben des Gehäuses - Lassen Sie Sicherheit beim Anheben des Gehäuses
walten. Verwenden Sie nur die am Gehäuse befindlichen Griffe beim Anheben, um
Schaden am Gehäuse und den Komponenten zu vermeiden.
ANMERKUNG: Setzen Sie jeweils dem Gewicht jedes angegebenen Produkts und
den Richtlinien entsprechend genügend Leute ein. Verwenden
Sie, wenn möglich, einen mechanischen Aufzug.
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Dichiarazione 2:
Sollevamento del telaio - Durante il sollevamento, seguire le procedure di sicurezza.
Utilizzare solo le maniglie fornite sul telaio per evitare danni al telaio e ai componenti.
NOTA:
utilizzare un gruppo di persone adeguato al peso di ogni prodotto
specifico e insieme alle indicazioni applicabili. Se possibile, usare
un sollevatore meccanico.
Erklæring 2:
Løfting av kabinettet - utvis varsomhet ved løfting. Bruk kun håndtakene på
kabinettet for å unngå skader på kabinett og komponenter.
MERK:
Bruk flere personer til bæring, avhengig av vekten til hvert enkelt
produkt og i samsvar med gjeldende retningslinjer. Bruk
mekaniske løftemekanismer når mulig.
Declaração 2:
Levantar o chassi - Utilize práticas seguras ao levantar o chassi, ou seja, utilize
apenas as alças com ele fornecidas para evitar danificar o mesmo ou os seus
componentes.
AVISO:
Utilize um grupo de pessoas adequado ao peso de cada produto
especificado, em conjunto com as directivas aplicáveis. Sempre
que possível, utilize um dispositivo mecânico de levantamento.
Declaración 2:
Elevación del chasis - Observe las prácticas de seguridad cuando quiera elevar el
chasis. Utilice las asas que se proporcionan con el chasis para evitar que se dañe
el mismo chasis o los componentes.
NOTA:
utilice un grupo de gente apropiado al peso de cada producto
especificado junto con las pautas que correspondan. Siempre que
sea posible, utilice un elevador mecánico.
Uttalande 2:
Lyftning av chassi. Iakttag säkerhetsanvisningar vid lyft. Använd endast handtagen
på chassit för att förhindra skada på det och på komponenter.
OBS!
Använd ett team personer lämpade för vikten på varje specificerad
produkt och i samband med gällande riktlinjer. Använd en
mekanisk lyftanordning närhelst det är möjligt.
Kijelentés 2:
A burkolat emelése – Biztonságos eljárásokat alkalmazzon az emelés során. A
burkolat és a tartozékok sérülésének megelozése érdekében csak a burkolaton
található markolatoknál fogva emelje a burkolatot.
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MEGJEGYZÉS: Az egyes termékek súlyának megfelelo fobol álló csoportot
alkalmazzon, a vonatkozó irányelvek betartása mellett. Lehetoség
szerint mindig használjon mechanikus emeloszerkezetet.
Инструкция 2:
Подъем корпуса – Соблюдайте технику безопасности при подъеме. Во
избежание повреждения корпуса и компонентов устройства для подъема
используйте ручки на корпусе.
ПРИМЕЧАНИЕ:Подъем каждого конкретного устройства исходя из его веса
должен осуществляться несколькими лицами и в
соответствии с надлежащим инструкциям. Везде, где это
возможно, следует применять механические грузоподъемные
устройства.
声明 2:
提起机箱 - 提起机箱时请采取安全措施。请仅使用机箱上提供的把手,以防止对机
箱和组件的损坏。
注:
请按照每个具体产品的重量来使用一定的人数,并遵照适当的说
明。可能的话,使用机械起重器。
ステートメント 2:
シャーシの持ち上げ - シャーシを持ち上げる際は安全に配慮してください。
シャーシと部品の損傷を防ぐため、シャーシ備え付けの取っ手のみを使用してく
ださい。
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Statement 3:
Energy Hazard - To reduce risk of electric shock, keep hands and fingers out of the
power supply bays and backplane areas.
Verklaring 3:
Stroomgevaar - Reduceer het risico op een elektrische schok door handen en
vingers weg te houden bij de voedingscompartimenten en de gebieden rond de
centrale printplaat.
Varoitus 3:
Sähköiskun vaara. Voit vähentää sähköiskuille altistumista, kun vältät
koskettamasta virtalähdepaikkoja ja keskuspiirilevyä.
Déclaration 3 :
Danger électrique - Pour réduire le risque d'électrocution, gardez vos mains hors
des baies d'alimentation et des zones destinées aux cartes de circuits imprimés.
Anweisung 3:
Gefahr vor elektrischem Schock - Um der Gefahr vor elektrischem Schock
vorzubeugen, halten Sie Hände und Finger den Netzteilschächten und der
Rückwand fern.
Dichiarazione 3:
Pericolo di scosse - Per ridurre il rischio di scosse elettriche, allontanare le mani e
le dita dagli alloggiamenti degli alimentatori e dalle aree della piastra base.
Erklæring 3:
Strømfare - hold fingre og hender unna strømforsyningsrom og kretskort for å unngå
elektrisk sjokk.
Declaração 3:
Risco de choque eléctrico - Para reduzir o risco de choque eléctrico, mantenha as
mãos e os dedos fora dos compartimentos da fonte de alimentação e das áreas
de backplane.
Declaración 3:
Peligro de energía - Para reducir el riesgo de electrocución, mantenga las manos
y los dedos alejados de los compartimentos de la fuente de alimentación eléctrica
y del circuito impreso central.
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Uttalande 3:
Risk för elektrisk stöt. Reducera risken för elektrisk stöt genom att hålla händer och
fingrar borta från strömförsörjningsfack och bakpanelsområden.
Kijelentés 3:
Áramütés veszélye – Az áramütés kockázatának csökkentése érdekében kezeit és
ujjait tartsa távol a tápcsatlakozóktól és a hátsó területektol.
Инструкция 3:
Опасное напряжение – Во избежание поражения электрическим током, не
прикасайтесь к клеммам электропитания и к центральнoй электроннoй плате.
声明 3:
电能危害 - 为了减少电击风险,手和指应远离电源架和印刷电路板区域。
ステートメント 3:
エネルギーの危険 - 感電のリスクを軽減するため、電源装置ベイおよびバック
プレーン周辺に手や指を近づけないでください。
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Statement 4:
Laser Radiation - certain optical products may emit laser radiation. Removing covers
could result in exposure to hazardous laser radiation. Radiation may be emitted
from connectors or fiber optic cables.
Verklaring 4:
Laserstraling - bepaalde optische producten kunnen laserstraling verspreiden. Het
verwijderen van dekplaten kan resulteren in blootstelling aan schadelijke
laserstraling. Straling kan worden afgegeven door connectoren of glasvezelkabels.
Varoitus 4:
Lasersäteily. Jotkut optiset laitteet saattavat päästää lasersäteilyä. Niiden suojusten
poistaminen saattaa altistaa vaaralliselle lasersäteilylle. Säteily voi tulla liittimistä
tai optisista kuitukaapeleista.
Déclaration 4 :
Rayonnement laser - Certains produits optiques peuvent produire un rayonnement
laser. Le retrait de capots peut engendrer une exposition à un rayonnement laser
dangereux. Ce rayonnement peut provenir des connecteurs ou des câbles en fibre
optique.
Anweisung 4:
Laserstrahlung - manche optischen Produkte geben Laserstrahlung ab. Beim
Entfernen der Abdeckungen können Sie möglicherweise gefährlicher
Laserstrahlung ausgesetzt werden. Laserstrahlung kann von Anschlüssen oder
Faseroptikkabeln abgegeben werden.
Dichiarazione 4:
Radiazione laser - Alcuni prodotti ottici potrebbero emettere la radiazione laser.
La rimozione delle coperture potrebbe causare l'esposizione alla radiazione laser
pericolosa. I connettori o i cavi in fibra ottica potrebbero emettere radiazioni.
Erklæring 4:
Laserstråling - visse optiske produkter kan gi fra seg laserstråling. Dersom dekslene
tas av, kan dette medføre utsettelse for farlig laserstråling. Strålingen kan komme
fra kontakter eller fiberoptiske kabler.
Declaração 4:
Radiação laser - Certos produtos ópticos podem emitir radiação laser. A remoção
de tampas pode resultar na exposição a níveis perigosos de radiação laser. A
radiação pode ser emitida de conectores ou de cabos de fibra óptica.
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Declaración 4:
Radiación de láser - Ciertos productos ópticos pueden emitir radiación de láser.
Quitar las cubiertas podría resultar en la exposición peligrosa a radiación de láser.
La radiación se puede emitir de conectores o cables de fibra óptica.
Uttalande 4:
Laserstrålning. Vissa optiska produkter kan utsända laserstrålning. Borttagning av
skydd kan resultera i exponering för riskfylld laserstrålning. Strålning kan utsändas
från kopplingsdetaljer eller fiberoptiska kablar.
Kijelentés 4:
Lézersugárzás – Bizonyos optikai termékek lézersugárzást bocsátanak ki. A
burkolatok eltávolításával veszélyes lézersugárzásnak tehetik ki magukat.
Sugárzást csatlakozók vagy üvegszálas optikai kábelek bocsáthatnak ki.
Инструкция 4:
Лазерное излучение! – некоторые оптические устройства являются
источником лазерного излучения. При снятии крышки существует опасность
воздействия лазерного излучения на персонал. Лазерное излучение может
испускаться соединительными гнездами волоконно-оптических кабелей.
声明 4:
激光辐射 - 某些光学产品会发出激光辐射。移开盖板时会使人暴露于有害激光辐
射。连接器或光纤电缆都可能发出辐射。
ステートメント 4:
レーザー光線 - 特定の光学製品からレーザー光線が放射される可能性がありま
す。カバーを取り除くと、危険なレーザー光線を被爆する場合があります。光線
はコネクタまたは光ファイバーケーブルから放射されることがあります。
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Statement 5:
No User Serviceable parts - Hazardous energy levels may be present inside power
supplies and circuit card modules. Do not remove covers.
Verklaring 5:
Onderdelen die niet door de gebruiker mogen worden onderhouden - Er kunnen
gevaarlijke energieniveaus aanwezig zijn binnen voedingen en printplaten.
Verwijder in geen geval dekplaten.
Varoitus 5:
Ei osia, jotka käyttäjä voisi vaihtaa. Virtalähteiden ja piirikorttimoduulien sisällä
saattaa olla vaarallisen suuri virta tai jännite. Älä poista niiden suojuksia.
Déclaration 5 :
Pièces non entretenues par l'utilisateur - Des niveaux d'électricité dangereux
peuvent résider à l'intérieur des sources d'alimentation et des modules de carte de
circuits imprimés. Ne retirez pas les capots.
Anweisung 5:
Wartung nur durch Fachmann möglich - Gefährlich hohe Stromstärken sind in
Netzteilen und in den Modulen der Busleiterplatte vorhanden. Entfernen Sie die
Abdeckungen nicht.
Dichiarazione 5:
Non sono presenti componenti riparabili dall'utente - Livelli pericolosi di energia
potrebbero essere presenti all'interno degli alimentatori e dei moduli delle schede
dei circuiti. Non rimuovere le coperture.
Erklæring 5:
Ingen deler som kan vedlikeholdes av brukeren - farlig strømmengde kan finnes
inni strømforsynings- og kretskortmoduler. Fjern ikke dekslene.
Declaração 5:
Não há peças a serem consertadas pelo utilizador - Níveis perigosos de energia
podem estar presentes em fontes de alimentação e em módulos de placas de
circuito. Não remova as tampas.
Declaración 5:
No hay piezas técnicas - Niveles peligrosos de energía pueden hacerse presentes
en las fuentes de alimentación eléctrica. No quite las cubiertas.
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Uttalande 5:
Inga delar kan underhållas av användaren. Farliga energinivåer kan finnas i
strömförsörjningsenheter kretskortmoduler. Ta inte bort skydd.
Kijelentés 5:
A berendezés nem tartalmaz felhasználó által javítható alkatrészeket – Veszélyes
energiaszint lehet a tápegységeken és az áramköri kártyamodulokon belül. Ne
távolítsa el a burkolatokat.
Инструкция 5:
Устройство не содержит деталей, предназначенных для обслуживания
пользователем – Блоки питания и электрические платы устройства являются
источником опасного электрического напряжения. Снимать крышки
запрещено.
声明 5:
禁止用户维修部件 - 电源和电路卡模块内部可能存在一定水平的有害能。切勿移除
盖板。
ステートメント 5:
ユーザー修理可能部品なし - 電源装置および回路カードモジュール内のエネル
ギーが危険なレベルに達している場合があります。カバーを外さないでくださ
い。
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Statement 6:
Equipment Installation - Only qualified personnel should be allowed to install,
remove or replace chassis or modules.
Verklaring 6:
Installatie apparatuur - Voor het installeren, verwijderen of vervangen van chassis
of modules mag alleen gekwalificeerd personeel worden gebruikt.
Varoitus 6:
Laitteiston asentaminen. Vain pätevä asentaja saa asentaa, poistaa ja vaihtaa
koteloita tai moduuleja.
Déclaration 6 :
Installation de l'équipement - Seul un personnel qualifié est autorisé à installer,
retirer ou remplacer des châssis ou modules.
Anweisung 6:
Geräteinstallation - Die Installation, Entfernung oder Erneuerung von Gehäuse und
Modulen sollte nur durch Fachpersonal erfolgen.
Dichiarazione 6:
Installazione dell'apparecchiatura - Solo il personale qualificato è autorizzato ad
installare, rimuovere o ricollocare il telaio o i moduli.
Erklæring 6:
Utstyrsinstallasjon - kun kvalifisert personell kan installere, fjerne eller skifte ut
kabinetter eller moduler.
Declaração 6:
Instalação do equipamento - A instalação, troca ou remoção de chassis ou módulos
só deve ser feita por técnicos qualificados.
Declaración 6:
Instalación del equipo - Solamente se permite personal cualificado para realizar la
instalación, quitar o sustituir módulos o chasis.
Uttalande 6:
Installation av utrustning. Enbart kvalificerad personal får installera, ta bort eller byta
ut chassin eller moduler.
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Kijelentés 6:
Berendezés telepítése – Kizárólag szakképzett személyzet számára megengedett
a burkolat vagy a modulok telepítése, eltávolítása vagy cseréje.
Инструкция 6:
Установка оборудования – Установка, удаление и замена корпуса или
модулей устройства должна производиться только квалифицированным
техническим персоналом.
声明 6:
设备安装 - 只有有资格的技术人员才允许安装、卸下或装回机箱或模块。
ステートメント 6:
装置の取り付け - シャーシまたはモジュールの取り付け、取り外しまたは取替
えは、有資格者のみが行うようにしてください。
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Statement 7:
Adding or Replacing Modules - These modules are intended only for installation in
SilverStorm 9000 Series MPFD base units. Always install blanks when removing
an active module. They prevent exposure to energy hazards inside the unit, contain
EMI, and maintain cooling air balance in the chassis.
Verklaring 7:
Toevoegen of vervangen van modules - deze modules zijn alleen bedoeld voor
installatie in MPFD-basiseenheden uit de SilverStorm 9000-reeks. Installeer altijd
plaatshouders wanneer u een actieve module verwijdert. Deze voorkomen
blootstelling aan energierisico's binnen de eenheid, bevatten EMI en handhaven
de koelluchtbalans in het chassis.
Varoitus 7:
Moduulien lisääminen ja vaihtaminen. Moduulit on tarkoitettu asennettavaksi vain
SilverStorm 9000 -sarjan MPFD-perusyksikköihin. Kun olet poistanut aktiivisen
moduulin, muista aina asentaa tyhjä kappale sen paikalle. Ne estävät sähköiskuille
altistumista yksikön sisällä, hillitsevät sähkömagneettisia häiriöitä (EMI) ja pitävät
yllä jäähdytysilman tasaista jakautumista koteloon.
Déclaration 7 :
Ajouter ou remplacer des modules - Ces modules sont conçus exclusivement pour
une installation avec des unités de base SilverStorm 9000 Series MPFD. Installez
toujours des caches de protection lors du retrait d'un module actif. Ils protègent
contre les dangers électriques à l'intérieur de l'unité, limitent l'interférence
électromagnétique et maintiennent un volume d’air refroidissant approprié au sein
du châssis.
Anweisung 7:
Hinzufügen oder Austauschen von Modulen - Diese Module sind für die Installation
in MPFD-Grundeinheiten der SilverStorm 9000 Serie vorgesehen. Installieren Sie
stets leere Module, wenn Sie ein aktives Modul entfernen. Diese verhindern, dass
Stromgefahr im Innern der Einheit entsteht, enthalten Störstrahlung und sorgen für
den Kühlungsausgleich im Gehäuse.
Dichiarazione 7:
Aggiunta o sostituzione dei moduli - I moduli sono concepiti solo per l'installazione
nelle unità di base SilverStorm 9000 Serie MPFD. Quando si rimuove un modulo
attivo, installare sempre le protezioni, poiché impediscono l'esposizione ai pericoli
di scosse all'interno dell'unità, contengono le IEM e mantengono un equilibrio
dell'aria di raffreddamento nel telaio.
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Erklæring 7:
Tillegging eller utskifting av moduler - disse modulene skal kun installeres i
MPFD-baseenhetene på SilverStorm 9000-serien. Installer alltid tomme enheter
når en aktiv modul fjernes. De forhindrer utsettelse for strømfare inni enheten,
inneholder EMI og opprettholder kjølebalansen i kabinettet.
Declaração 7:
Adição ou troca de módulos - Estes módulos foram projectados para serem
instalados apenas nas unidades de base SilverStorm 9000 série MPFD. Instale
sempre módulos de preenchimento ("blanks") ao remover módulos activos. Eles
diminuem os riscos de choque eléctrico no interior da unidade, contêm dispositivos
de protecção contra interferência eletromagnética e mantêm o equilíbrio de
resfriamento por ar no interior do chassi.
Declaración 7:
Agregar o sustituir módulos - Estos módulos solamente se pueden instalar en
unidades de base MPFD de la serie SilverStorm 9000. Siempre instale protectores
al retirar un módulo activo. Los protectores previenen la exposición a peligros de
energía dentro de la unidad, contienen EMI y mantienen el balance de enfriamiento
de aire en el chasis.
Uttalande 7:
Lägga till eller byta ut moduler. De här modulerna är enbart avsedda för installation
i SilverStorm 9000-seriens MPFD-basenheter. Installera alltid tomenheter vid
borttagning av en aktiv modul. De förhindrar exponering för energirisker på
enhetens insida, hindrar EMI och upprätthåller kylluftbalansen i chassin.
Kijelentés 7:
Modulok hozzáadása vagy cseréje – Ezek a modulok kizárólag SilverStorm 9000-es
sorozatú MPFD bázisegységekbe építhetoek be. Aktív modul cseréjekor mindig
szereljen be üres helyeket. Ezek megakadályozzák az egységen belüli
energiaveszélyek kialakulását, tartalmaznak EMI-t, és fenntartják a hutolevego
egyensúlyát a borításon belül.
Инструкция 7:
Установка и замена модулей – Модули предназначены только для установки
внутрь базовых блоков MPFD SilverStorm серии 9000. После замены
действующих модулей следует всегда устанавливать заглушки с крышками.
Это обеспечивает защиту от опасного напряжения, электромагнитного
излучения и надлежащий тепловой баланс внутри корпуса.
声明 7:
添加或装回模块 - 这些模块仅用于安装在 SilverStorm 9000 Series MPFD 基座装
置。请在移除活动模块时安装空白的。它们能预防装置内部的有害能的暴露,包含
EMI, 并在机箱内保持冷却空气平衡。
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ステートメント 7:
モジュールの追加または取替え - これらのモジュールは SilverStorm 9000 シ
リーズ MPFD ベースユニットへの取り付け専用です。アクティブなモジュールを
取り除く際は、常にダミーを取り付けてください。これはユニット内の危険なエ
ネルギーの露出を防止し、EMI を阻止、およびシャーシ内の空冷バランスを維持
します。
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Regulatory Compliance Statements
US - FCC
FCC Part 15 Class A
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules.
Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and
(2) this device must accept any interference received,
including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Canada -ICES
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003
Cet appareil numérique de classe A est conforme a la norme
NMB-003 du Canada
European Directives
Products with the CE Marking are compliant with the 89/336/EEC
and 73/23/EEC directives, which include the safety and EMC
standards listed.
Japan
Type
Regulatory Compliance Standards
Safety
UL 60950-1:2003 CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
IEC/EN 60950-1:2003
EMC
FCC Part 15 Class A1.
ICES-003 Class A
IEC/CISPR 22:1997 & EN55022:1998 Class A + A1:2000,
A2:2003
IEC/CISPR 24:1997 & EN55024:1998 Class A + A1:2001,
A2:2003
VCCI Class A
AS/NZS CISPR 22:2002 Class A
EN61000-3-2:2001, EN61000-3-3 A1:2001
EN61000-4-2:2001, EN61000-4-4:2001, EN61000-4-6:2001
EN61000-4-3:2002, EN61000-4-5:2001, EN61000-4-8:2001
EN61000-4-11:2001
For frequencies above 1Ghz, systems require installation in a four-post server rack
with front and rear perforated metal doors in order to assure radiated emissions
compliance. For detailed information, refer to “Physical Specifications” on page 1.
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Voor frequenties hoger dan 1 GHz moeten systemen worden geïnstalleerd in een
serverrek met vier posten en geperforeerde metalen deuren aan voor- en achterkant
om ervoor te zorgen dat deze voldoen aan de normen voor stralingemissie.
Raadpleeg "Physical Specifications" op pagina 1 voor gedetailleerde informatie.
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Säteilypäästömääräysten mukaisesti yli yhden gigahertsin taajuutta käyttävät
järjestelmät tulee asentaa nelipylväiseen palvelinkehikkoon, jossa on edessä ja
takana rei'itetyt metalliluukut. Lisätietoja voi lukea sivulta 1 kohdasta “Fyysiset
ominaisuudet”.
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Pour des fréquences supérieures à 1GHz, les systèmes nécessitent l'utilisation
d'un bâti de serveur à quatre étagères avec des portes frontale et arrière métalliques
perforées pour assurer la conformité aux normes d'émissions rayonnées. Pour plus
de détails, reportez vous à la section « Caractéristiques physiques » à la page 1.
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Um die Einhaltung der Strahlungsemissionen zu gewährleisten, benötigen
Systeme bei Frequenzen über 1GHz die Installation eines
Viersäulen-Servergestells mit Metalltüren, die vorne und hinten durchbohrt sind.
Für ausführlichere Informationen sehen Sie auf Seite 1 unter "Technische
Einzelheiten" nach.
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Per le frequenze superiori ad 1 GHz, i sistemi richiedono l'installazione in un rack
per server da quattro montanti con sportelli anteriori e posteriori in metallo perforato,
allo scopo di garantire la conformità alle emissioni irradiate. Per informazioni
dettagliate, fare riferimento a "Specifiche fisiche" a pagina 1.
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For frekvenser over 1GHz må systemene installeres i et firedelt serverstativ med
perforerte front- og bakdører av metall for å sikre overholdelse av strålingsgrenser.
For mer detaljert informasjon, se "Fysiske spesifikasjoner" på side 1.
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Os sistemas que trabalham em frequências acima de 1 GHz precisam ser
instalados em racks de quatro colunas com portas metálicas perfuradas frontais e
posteriores para garantir a conformidade com normas de emissão irradiada. Para
obter informações detalhadas, consulte "Especificações físicas" na página 1.
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En frecuencias por encima de 1GHz, los sistemas necesitan instalación en un
estante para servidores de cuatro postes con puertas de metal perforadas para
asegurar que se cumplen las emisiones de radiación. Para obtener información
detallada, haga referencia a "Especificaciones físicas" en la página 1.
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För frekvenser över 1 GHz erfordrar system installation av ett fyrposters serverrack
med främre och bakre perforerade metalldörrar för att säkerställa
överensstämmelse med regler för utstrålning. Mere detaljerad information finns i
"Fysiska specifikationer" på sidan 1.
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1GHz feletti feszültség esetén a rendszerek számára négy férohelyes
szerverszekrényt kell kialakítani elöl és hátul perforált fém ajtókkal az
elektromágneses emissziókra vonatkozó szabályozásoknak való megfelelés
érdekében. Részletes információkért lásd “Fizikai specifikációk” az 1. oldalon.
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С целью соблюдения требований по защите от электромагнитного
излучения, для тактовых частот, превышающих 1 ГГц, необходима установка
системы в серверную стойку с четырьмя опорами, снабженную дверцами из
перфорированных металлических листов. Для получения дополнительной
информации, обратитесь к разделу «Физические характеристики» на стр. 1.
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如果频率超过 1GHz,系统要求安装在四柱服务器机架中,并具有前后有孔的金属
门,以保证符合辐射发散要求。有关详细信息,请参考第 1 页上的 " 物理规格 "。
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周波数が 1 GHz 以上の場合、システムは放射妨害波規格を準拠するために、前
後に穴あき金属扉のある 4 柱サーバーラックに取り付ける必要があります。詳細
に関しては 1 ページの「物理的仕様」を参照してください。
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Serial Port Pinouts
For those users making their own serial cables, follow the guidelines below.
Figure C-20 Serial Port Pinouts
Figure C-20 represents the RJ-11 connector located on the SilverStorm 9024 or
MPFD spine module.
„
The only serial port signals required are: Tx, Rx and Ground. All other serial
port signals are NOT used.
Please see Table C-7 for a list of RJ45 (on Digi) to RJ11 cross-references. The
cable should connect the three RJ45 signals (on the Digi) to the RJ11 connector.
The signals for the T3 card located inside the switch and spine are included for
reference only.
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Table C-7. Pinout Cross Reference
RJ45 (on Digi)
C-2
RJ11
T3 RJ45
(reference only)
P5-Rx
P5
P6-Tx
P6-Gnd
P4
P4-Gnd
P4-Tx
P3
P5-Rx
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