ATTO Technology 2400C/R/D Instruction manual

ATTO FibreBridge
Installation and Operation Manual
ATTO FibreBridge 2370E
ATTO FibreBridge 2390C/R/D
ATTO FibreBridge 2400C/R/D
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Contents
1.0 ATTO FibreBridge provides storage options ...............................1
ATTO FibreBridge 2370E features, benefits
ATTO FibreBridge 2390C/R/D features, benefits
ATTO FibreBridge 2400C/R/D features, benefits
1.1 ATTO FibreBridge 2370E .....................................................3
Board dimensions
Cooling and airflow
Power
Fibre Channel port
SCSI ports
Ethernet port
Serial management header
LED indicators
1.2 ATTO FibreBridge 2390R/D .................................................5
Dimensions
Cooling and airflow
Power
Fibre Channel interface
SCSI ports
Serial port
Ethernet port
Reset switch
LED indicators
1.3 ATTO FibreBridge 2390C .....................................................7
Board dimensions
Cooling and airflow
Power
Fibre Channel port
SCSI ports
Ethernet port
Serial management header
Reset switch
LED indicators
1.4 ATTO FibreBridge 2400R/D .................................................9
Dimensions
Cooling and airflow
Power
Fibre Channel port
SCSI ports
Ethernet port
Serial port
Reset switch
LED indicators
1.5 ATTO FibreBridge 2400C ......................................................11
Board dimensions
Cooling and airflow
Power
Fibre Channel port
SCSI ports
Ethernet port
Serial management header
LED indicators
2.0 Installing the FibreBridge ................................................................13
Unpack the packing box; verify contents
Install the FibreBridge
Discover the IP address
Internet Explorer setup
Begin initial configuration
3.0 Configuring the FibreBridge ..........................................................15
3.1 Mapping devices ..................................................................17
Fibre Bridge mapping
SCSI device mapping
Use ExpressNAV for mapping devices
Map devices automatically
Map devices manually.
3.2 Optional changes to system configurations .....................19
Change current user name, password
Enhance performance
Create a read only password or user name
4.0 Remote monitoring, management .................................................21
SNMP-based monitoring
E-mail messages provide error notification
5.0 Updating firmware ..........................................................................25
Preliminary steps
6.0 ATTO ExpressNAV interface ..........................................................27
Open an ExpressNAV session
ExpressNAV pages
Status
Ethernet port configuration
SNMP
Remote management
Serial port configuration
SCSI configuration
Fibre Channel configuration
Storage management
Time & date configuration
Mapping
Bridge configuration
Firmware
Advanced CLI configuration
Restart firmware
Help
7.0 Interface options .............................................................................31
Use the serial port or header
Use Telnet
Appendix A Cabling ...............................................................................i
SCSI port connections
Fibre Channel connections
Serial port connections
Ethernet connections
Appendix B CLI provides ASCII-based interface ................................ii
CLI error messages
CLI summary reference
Command explanations
Appendix C Standards and compliances ............................................xvii
FCC Standards: Radio and Television Interference
Canadian Standards
European Standards
Declaration of Conformity
Certification for the FibreBridge 2400 only
Appendix D Warranty, contact information .........................................xix
Manufacturer limited warranty
Contact ATTO Technology, Inc.
1.0 ATTO FibreBridge provides storage options
The ATTO FibreBridge™ family of products provides Fibre Channel-to-SCSI bridges as embeddable
boards, stand alone enclosures that can be fitted for rack mount integration, or desktop units.
Fibre Channel is a serial communications
technology designed to transfer large amounts of
data between a variety of hardware systems over
long distances. It is a key technology for
applications that require shared, high bandwidth
access to storage.
Fibre Channel provides a logical point-to-point
serial channel for the transfer of data between a
buffer at a source device and a buffer at a
destination device. It moves buffer contents from
one port to another, without regard to the format
or meaning of the data, so different upper level
protocols are able to run over Fibre Channel
hardware.
All ATTO FibreBridge models can be used in a
SAN (Storage Area Network) to connect a variety
of Fibre Channel and SCSI devices. A SAN is a
shared storage architecture connecting computers
and storage devices for online data access. Each
connected system can directly access any attached
storage device.
The ATTO FibreBridge provides the interface
between SCSI and Fibre Channel resources in
SANs. Possible configurations depend upon your
current hardware.
ATTO FibreBridge 2370E features, benefits
The ATTO FibreBridge 2370E is a Fibre
Channel-to-SCSI bridge that offers a highperformance architecture supporting nextgeneration storage media. The FibreBridge
2370E allows users with SCSI storage to add
Fibre Channel connectivity, enabling SAN
connectivity for the storage system. With
industry-leading support for 4-Gigabit Fibre
Channel and Ultra320 SCSI, the FibreBridge
2370E provides the throughput required by
advanced storage media in an embeddable
form factor for easy integration into SCSI
devices.
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One 4-Gb Fibre Channel ports which autonegotiate to 1-Gb and 2-Gb Fibre Channel
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SFP Fibre Channel connector
Support for direct connect to F-port fabric
switches, full duplex FC data transfers and FCAL, PLDA and public loop login
Two independent Ultra320 SCSI connections
using standard 68-pin internal SCSI connectors
Backward compatible with all single-ended SCSI
devices and previous SCSI protocols
Manual and auto SCSI device mapping
200 MB/sec. maximum throughput
ExpressNAV™ integrated management console
for remote configuration, management and
diagnostic capabilities
Supports SCSI hard disk drives, tape drives and
CD libraries
RoHS compliant
ATTO FibreBridge 2390C/R/D features, benefits
The ATTO FibreBridge 2390C/R/D is a 4-Gigabit
Fibre Channel-to-SCSI bridge configured with a
single 4-Gb Fibre Channel port and dual-stacked
Ultra320 SCSI buses featuring VHDCI interfaces.
Designed to integrate industry-leading
performance and SAN capabilities into advanced
storage solutions, the FibreBridge 2390 uses a
high performance architecture suited for tape
automation OEMs who wish to integrate high
performance LTO-3 and SDLT600 tape drives
into 4-Gb Fibre Channel SANs, as well as disk
OEMs looking to add 4-Gb Fibre Channel
connectivity to their disk storage devices.
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One 4-Gb Fibre Channel port which auto
negotiates to 1-Gb and 2-Gb FC
SFP FC connector
Support for direct connect to F-port fabric
switches, full duplex FC data transfers and FCAL, PLDA and public look login
Two independent Ultra320 SCSI buses
Dual-stacked VHDCI SCSI connectors
Backward compatible with all single-ended SCSI
devices and all previous SCSI protocols
Manual and auto SCSI device mapping
215 MB/sec. maximum throughput
ExpressNAV integrated management console
for remote configuration, management and
diagnostic capabilities
Supports SCSI hard disk drives, tape drives and
CD libraries
ATTO FibreBridge 2400C/R/D features, benefits
The ATTO FibreBridge 2400C/R/D is a 4-Gigabit
Fibre Channel-to-SCSI bridge configured with
dual independent 4-Gb Fibre Channel ports and
dual-stacked Ultra320 SCSI buses featuring
VHDCI interfaces.
Designed to integrate industry-leading
performance and SAN capabilities into future
generation storage solutions, the FibreBridge
2400 uses a high performance architecture suited
for tape automation OEMs who wish to integrate
high performance LTO-3 and SDLT600 tape
drives into 4-Gb Fibre Channel SANs, as well as
disk OEMs looking to add 4-Gb Fibre Channel
connectivity to their disk storage devices.
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SFP FC connectors
Support for direct connect to F-port fabric
switches, full duplex FC data transfers and FCAL, PLDA and public look login
Two independent Ultra320 SCSI buses
Dual-stacked VHDCI SCSI connectors
Backward compatible with all single-ended SCSI
devices and all previous SCSI protocols
Manual and auto SCSI device mapping
440 MB/sec. maximum throughput
ExpressNAV™ integrated management console
for remote configuration, management and
diagnostic capabilities
Supports SCSI hard disk drives, tape drives and
CD libraries
Two independent 4-Gb Fibre Channel ports
which auto negotiate to 1-Gb and 2-Gb FC
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1.1 ATTO FibreBridge 2370E
The ATTO FibreBridge 2370E is a 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel to SCSI bridge offering the ability to add
4-Gigabit Fibre Channel connectivity to Ultra320 SCSI devices.
The FibreBridge 2370E is available in an
embeddable card for easy integration into storage
devices.
Board dimensions
Width: 3.9 inches
Length: 7.995 inches
Height of tallest component:
.55 inches on top,
0.1 inches on bottom
Cooling and airflow
Operating Temperature: 0-40° C
Humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Power
The FibreBridge board is
powered from a standard
4-pin disk drive power
connector.
4-pin power connector
+12V GND GND +5V
1
Input voltage and power draw:
2
3
4
5.0V = 10 Watts,
12V = 24 Watts
Fibre Channel port
The 4-Gb Fibre Channel port can connect the
FibreBridge to either a Fabric or Arbitrated Loop
using a Small Formfactor Pluggable (SFP)
interface.
SCSI ports
The two SCSI ports connect storage devices into
the Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (SAN).
Each port is totally independent from the other.
The ports are Ultra320 SCSI busses with internal
HD68 connectors, downward compatible with all
forms of single-ended SCSI and all previous SCSI
protocols.
Ethernet port
The 10/100 Base T Ethernet port is accessible
from the RJ45 connector to provide local and
remote diagnostics, monitoring and management.
Serial management header
A serial 10-pin header
provides support for an
RS-232 remote
monitoring and
management port
through a Command Line Interface. The baud rate
is programmable and preset at the factory to
115200 bps.
LED indicators
On-board LED indicators are on the board front or
LED headers may be connected to outside panels.
SCSI ports: a green LED indicates activity if it is
lit, no activity if it is off.
Fibre Channel port: A green LED indicates
activity if it is lit, no activity if it is off. A green
LED indicates speed: you may set the LED to
signify 1 Gb/sec or 2 Gb/sec if it is off or 4 Gb/sec
or 2 Gb/sec if it is on.
A Ready LED lights green to indicate ready and is
off to indicate not ready.
A Power Status LED is on to indicate 5V and 12V
are applied to the board; flashing green indicates
that 12V is applied but 5V is not.
A Yellow LED indicates fault status: off means
not faulted; on means faulted status.
Embedded in the Ethernet port connector: a
lighted green LED shows a valid link; off
indicates that no link is present. A separate
blinking yellow LED indicates activity.
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LED Header P5 Pins
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2
3
4
5
6
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8
LED Header P6 Pins
2
4
6
8
7
5
3
1
1
3
5
7
8
6
4
2
Ready LED Cathode
VDD 3.3
Power OK LED Cathode
VDD 3.3
Fault LED Cathode
VDD 3.3
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NC
Exhibit 1.1-1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
SCSI Port 1 Activity LED Cathode
VDD 3.3
SCSI Port 2 Activity LED Cathode
VDD 3.3
Fibre Channel Port Speed LED Cathode
VDD 3.3
Fibre Channel Port Activity LED Cathode
VDD 3.3
FibreBridge 2370E board layout
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1.2 ATTO FibreBridge 2390R/D
The ATTO FibreBridge 2390R/D is a 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel to SCSI bridge offering the ability to add 4-Gigabit
Fibre Channel connectivity to Ultra320 SCSI devices.
The FibreBridge 2390R/D is available in an industrystandard IU form factor for easy integration into racks.
The advanced connectivity options make it suitable to
support next-generation storage media such as LTO-3
and SDLT600.
WARNING
WARNING
Risk of explosion if the battery is removed
and/or replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance
with your local environmental regulations.
Dimensions
Width: 16.494 inches
Explosionsgefahr, wenn die Batterie falsch
entfernt und/oder ersetzt wird. Entsorgen
Sie benutzte Batterien in Übereinstimmung
mit Ihren lokalen
Umweltschutzbestimmungen.
Length: 10 inches
Height: 1.579 inches (1U)
Weight: approximately 10 pounds
Cooling and airflow
Operating Temperature: 0-40° C external
Humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Air enters from the front and is exhausted out the
connector side. Ambient air near the inlets should not
exceed 40°C. The unit automatically stops operation if
the temperature goes beyond this threshold.
CAUTION
Do not block the enclosure’s vents. The
FibreBridge does not allow data transfer if
overheating occurs.
Power
The power supply circuit is permanently mounted
within the enclosure and is not hot swappable. It has
one standard IEC320 power receptacle and switch.
The universal power supply provides power for the
bridge board and cooling fan.
The power requirements of the ATTO FibreBridge
2390R plus the power draw of the other equipment in
the rack must not overload the supply circuit and/or
wiring of the rack.
Input voltage: 110/230V AC, with operating input
range of 90-132V AC or 175-264V AC, 100-240
VAC; 1.7-.7A, 50-60Hz.
Battery-backed event log SRAM & Real-TimeClock: A rechargeable Lithium ion battery cell holds
the memory in a 512KB SRAM for up to 30 days.
If the FibreBridge becomes disconnected from power,
recharging begins automatically when power is
restored to the system. The battery is fully charged
after 24 hours of continuous power application.
Fibre Channel interface
The optical SFP 4-Gb Fibre Channel port autonegotiates to 1-Gb, 2-Gb or 4-Gb devices.
SCSI ports
The two SCSI ports connect storage devices into the
Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (SAN). Each
port is totally independent from the other.
The ports are Ultra320 SCSI busses with VHDCI
connector, downward compatible with all forms of
single-ended SCSI and all previous SCSI protocols.
Serial port
The RS-232 serial port provides
support for remote monitoring and
management using a DB9 connector.
The baud rate is programmable and
preset at the factory to 115200 bps.
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RX 2
TX 3
4
GND 5
6
7
8
9
Ethernet port
The 10/100 Base T Ethernet port is accessible from the
RJ45 connector to support local and remote
diagnostics, monitoring and management.
Reset switch
To reset the FibreBridge, briefly insert a tool in the
Reset hole in the back panel.
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SCSI ports: A green LED on each port indicates
LED indicators
The LED indicators can be viewed from the connector
(back) side and the front side of the FibreBridge
2390R/D. (See Exhibit 1.2-1)
LEDs on the connector (back) side are:
A bicolor Ready/Fault LED lights green to indicate
ready, lights yellow to show a faulted condition, and is
off to indicate not ready.
Embedded in the Ethernet port connector: a
lighted green LED shows a valid link; off indicates
that no link is present. A separate blinking yellow LED
indicates activity.
Fibre Channel port: A lighted green LED indicates
link; off means no link. A separate green LED
indicates activity if it is lit, no activity if it is off.
Exhibit 1.2-1
activity if is lit.
LEDs on the front panel are:
A bicolor Ready/Fault LED is lighted green to
indicate ready, lighted yellow to show a faulted
condition, and off indicates not ready.
SCSI ports: A green LED on each port indicates
activity if is lit.
Fibre Channel port: bicolor LED indicates FC
speed. If it is off, speed is 1-Gb; if it is green, 2-Gb, and
yellow indicates 4-Gb FC. A separate green LED
indicates activity if it is lit, no activity if it is off.
Fibre Bridge 2390R/D dimensions with front panel LEDs and connector side details
R eady, F ault LE D s
FC A ctivity, Link LE D s
S erial port
E thernet port
R eset sw itch
Fibre C hannel port
S C S I A ctivity LE D s
S C S I ports
P ow er receptacle
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1.3 ATTO FibreBridge 2390C
The ATTO FibreBridge 2390C is a 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel to SCSI bridge offering the ability to add
4-Gigabit Fibre Channel connectivity to Ultra320 SCSI devices.
The FibreBridge 2390C is available in an industrystandard 4U cPCI card for easy integration into storage
devices. The advanced connectivity options make it
suitable to support next-generation storage media such
as LTO-3 and SDLT600.
Board dimensions
Width: 6.1939 inches
Length: 6.299 inches
Height of tallest component: .545 inches
Cooling and airflow
Operating Temperature: 0°-40° C external
Humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Power
The FibreBridge board may be powered from the cPCI
backplane connector or a 6-pin connector.
Input voltage: 5.0V
Power draw: 30 Watts
Battery-backed event log SRAM & Real-TimeClock: A rechargeable Lithium ion battery cell holds
the memory in a 512KB SRAM for up to 30 days.
WARNING
WARNING
Risk of explosion if the battery is removed
and/or replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance
with your local environmental regulations.
Explosionsgefahr, wenn die Batterie falsch
entfernt und/oder ersetzt wird. Entsorgen
Sie benutzte Batterien in Übereinstimmung
mit Ihren lokalen
Umweltschutzbestimmungen.
If the FibreBridge becomes disconnected from power,
recharging begins automatically when power is
restored to the system. The battery is fully charged
after 24 hours of continuous power application.
Fibre Channel port
The 4-Gb Fibre Channel port can connect the
FibreBridge to either a Fabric or Arbitrated Loop
using a Small Formfactor Pluggable (SFP) interface.
SCSI ports
The two SCSI ports connect storage devices into the
Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (SAN). Each
port is totally independent from the other.
The ports are Ultra320 SCSI busses with VHDCI
connectors, downward compatible with all forms of
single-ended SCSI and all previous SCSI protocols.
Ethernet port
The 10/100 Base T Ethernet port is accessible from the
RJ45 connector to support local and remote
diagnostics, monitoring and management.
Serial management header
A serial 10-pin header
provides support for an
RS232 remote
monitoring and
management port. The
baud rate is
programmable and preset at the factory to 115200 bps.
Reset switch
To reset the FibreBridge, briefly insert a tool in the
Reset hole in the faceplate.
LED indicators
The on-board LED indicators show through the
faceplate and follow left to right.
SCSI ports: a green LED indicates activity if it is lit,
no activity if it is off.
Fibre Channel port: A lighted green LED indicates
link; off means no link. A separate green LED
indicates activity if it is lit, no activity if it is off.
Embedded in the Ethernet port connector: a
lighted green LED shows a valid link; off indicates
that no link is present. A separate blinking yellow LED
indicates activity.
A bicolor Ready/Fault LED lights green to indicate
ready, lights yellow to show a faulted condition, and is
off to indicate not ready.
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Exhibit 1.3-1 The FibreBridge 2390C connectors and LEDs.
S C S I a c tiv ity L E D s
S C S I p o rts
Exhibit 1.3-2
F C a c tiv ity & lin k L E D s
F ib re C h a n n e l p o rt
R e s e t s w itc h
E th e rn e t p o rt R e a d y /F a u lt L E D
The FibreBridge 2390C board layout.
6.1939 inches
mounting
hole
cPCI connector
10-pin serial
header
Power
connector
6.299 inces
power LED
mounting
hole
Ready/
Fault LED
Ethernet
port
FC activity
& link LEDs
Fibre
Channel
port
SCSI ports SCSI mounting
activity hole
LEDs
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1.4 ATTO FibreBridge 2400R/D
The ATTO FibreBridge 2400R/D is a high performance bridge adding 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel connectivity to
legacy SCSI storage devices.
The FibreBridge 2400R/D is available in an industrystandard 1U form factor for easy integration into racks.
It supports next-generation media and, as a result, is
equipped to handle the throughputs needed by
advanced disk and tape technologies.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance
with your local environmental regulations.
Explosionsgefahr, wenn die Batterie falsch
entfernt und/oder ersetzt wird. Entsorgen
Sie benutzte Batterien in Übereinstimmung
mit Ihren lokalen
Umweltschutzbestimmungen.
Dimensions
Width: 17 inches
Length: 11 inches
Height: 1.7 inches (1U)
Weight: approximately 10 pounds
Cooling and airflow
Operating Temperature: 0-40° C external
Humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Air enters from the front and is exhausted out the
connector side. Ambient air near the inlets should not
exceed 40°C. The unit automatically stops operation if
the temperature goes beyond this threshold.
CAUTION
Do not block the enclosure’s vents. The
FibreBridge does not allow data transfer if
overheating occurs.
Power
The power supply circuit is permanently mounted
within the enclosure and is not hot swappable. It has
one standard IEC320 power receptacle and switch.
The universal power supply provides power for the
bridge board and cooling fan.
The power requirements of the ATTO FibreBridge
2400R plus the power draw of the other equipment in
the rack must not overload the supply circuit and/or
wiring of the rack.
Input voltage:
100-240 VAC; 1.7-.7A; 50-
60Hz.
Battery-backed event log SRAM & Real-TimeClock: A rechargeable Lithium ion battery cell holds
the memory in a 512KB SRAM for up to 30 days.
WARNING
WARNING
Risk of explosion if the battery is removed
and/or replaced by an incorrect type.
If the FibreBridge becomes disconnected from power,
recharging begins automatically when power is
restored to the system. The battery is fully charged
after 24 hours of continuous power application.
Fibre Channel port
The dual independent 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel ports
can connect the FibreBridge to either a Fabric or
Arbitrated Loop using a Small Formfactor Pluggable
(SFP) interface. The FibreBridge 2400R/D auto
negotiates with 1-Gb, 2-Gb and 4-Gb/sec. devices
SCSI ports
The two SCSI ports connect storage devices into the
Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (SAN). Each
port is totally independent from the other.
The ports are Ultra320 SCSI busses with VHDCI
connector, downward compatible with all forms of
single-ended SCSI and all previous SCSI protocols.
Ethernet port
The 10/100 Base T Ethernet port is accessible from the
RJ45 connector to support local and remote
diagnostics, monitoring and management.
Serial port
The RS-232 serial port provides support for remote
monitoring and management using a DB9 connector.
The baud rate is programmable and preset at the
factory to 115200 bps.
Reset switch
To reset the FibreBridge, briefly insert a
tool in the reset hole in the back panel.
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1
RX 2
TX 3
4
GND 5
6
7
8
9
SCSI ports: A green LED on each port indicates
LED indicators
The LED indicators can be viewed from the connector
side and the front side of the FibreBridge 2400R/D.
(See Exhibit 1.4-1)
LEDs on the connector side are:
A bicolor Ready/Fault LED lights green to indicate
ready, lights yellow to show a faulted condition, and is
off to indicate not ready.
Embedded in the Ethernet port connector: a
lighted green LED shows a valid link; off indicates
that no link is present. A separate blinking yellow LED
indicates activity.
Fibre Channel port: A lighted green LED indicates
link; off means no link. A separate green LED
indicates activity if it is lit, no activity if it is off.
Exhibit 1.4-1
activity if is lit.
LEDs on the faceplate are:
A bicolor Ready/Fault LED is lighted green to
indicate ready, lighted yellow to show a faulted
condition, and off indicates not ready.
SCSI ports: A green LED on each port indicates
activity if is lit.
Fibre Channel port: bicolor LED indicates FC
speed. If it is off, speed is 1-Gb; if it is green, 2-Gb, and
yellow indicates 4-Gb FC. A separate green LED
indicates activity if it is lit, no activity if it is off.
Connectors, LEDs and power receptacle on the connector side and LEDs on the faceplate
Ready/Fault LED
air vents
SCSI activity LEDs
FC activity & link LEDs
Serial port
Ethernet port
Reset switch
Power receptacle
SCSI ports
Fibre Channel ports
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1.5 ATTO FibreBridge 2400C
The ATTO FibreBridge 2400C is a high performance bridge adding 4-Gigabit Fibre Channel connectivity to
legacy SCSI storage devices.
The FibreBridge 2400C is available in an industrystandard 4U cPCI card for easy integration into storage
devices. It supports next-generation media and, as a
result, is equipped to handle the throughputs needed by
advanced disk and tape technologies.
Board dimensions
Width: 6.1939 inches
Length: 6.299 inches
Height of tallest component: .545 inches
Cooling and airflow
Operating Temperature: 0-40° C
Humidity: 10-90% non-condensing
Power
The FibreBridge
6-pin connection pinouts
board may be
NU 5V GND 5V 5V GND
powered from the
1 2 3 4 5 6
cPCI backplane
connector or a 6pin connector.
Input voltage: 5.0V
Power draw: 30 Watts
Battery-backed event log SRAM & Real-TimeClock: A rechargeable Lithium ion battery cell holds
the memory in a 512KB SRAM for up to 30 days.
WARNING
WARNING
Risk of explosion if the battery is removed
and/or replaced by an incorrect type.
Dispose of used batteries in accordance
with your local environmental regulations.
Explosionsgefahr, wenn die Batterie falsch
entfernt und/oder ersetzt wird. Entsorgen
Sie benutzte Batterien in Übereinstimmung
mit Ihren lokalen
Umweltschutzbestimmungen.
If the FibreBridge becomes disconnected from power,
recharging begins automatically when power is
restored to the system. The battery is fully charged
after 24 hours of continuous power application.
Fibre Channel port
The dual independent 4-Gb Fibre Channel ports can
connect the FibreBridge to either a Fabric or
Arbitrated Loop using a Small Formfactor Pluggable
(SFP) interface. The FibreBridge auto negotiates with
1-Gb, 2-Gb and 4-Gb/sec. devices
SCSI ports
The two SCSI ports connect storage devices into the
Fibre Channel Storage Area Network (SAN). Each
port is totally independent from the other.
The ports are Ultra320 SCSI busses with VHDCI
connectors, downward compatible with all forms of
single-ended SCSI and all previous SCSI protocols.
Ethernet port
The 10/100 Base T Ethernet port is accessible from the
RJ45 connector to support local and remote
diagnostics, monitoring and management.
Serial management header
A serial 10-pin header
provides support for an
RS-232 remote
monitoring and
management port through
a Command Line
Interface. The baud rate is programmable and preset at
the factory to 115200 bps.
LED indicators
The on-board LED indicators show through the
faceplate and follow left to right.
SCSI ports: a green LED indicates activity if it is lit,
no activity if it is off.
Fibre Channel port: A lighted green LED indicates
link; off means no link. A separate green LED
indicates activity if it is lit, no activity if it is off.
Embedded in the Ethernet port connector: a
lighted green LED shows a valid link; off indicates
that no link is present. A separate blinking yellow LED
indicates activity.
A bicolor Ready/Fault LED lights green to indicate
ready, lights yellow to show a faulted condition, and is
off to indicate not ready.
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Exhibit 1.5-1
FibreBridge 2400C bracket detail and board layout
mounting hole
10-pin serial header
power LED
Ready/Fault LED
Ethernet port
FC activity & link LEDs
cPCI connector
Fibre Channel ports
SCSI ports
SCSI activity LEDs
6.1939 inches
m ounting hole
cPC I connector
Pow er
connector
10-pin
serial
header
6.299 inches
pow er LED
m ounting hole
R eady/
Fault LED
m ounting hole
Ethernet
port
FC activity
& link LEDs
Fibre
C hannel
ports
SC SI ports
SC SI
activity
LED s
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2.0 Installing the FibreBridge
If you have not already completed the instructions on the Quick Start page packed with your
FibreBridge, use the following instructions to install the FibreBridge.
Unpack the packing box; verify contents
•
For the FibreBridge 2390R/D and the
FibreBridge 2400R/D, connect the AC power
cord from the FibreBridge to the proper AC
source outlet and turn on the power using the
power switch.
•
The FibreBridge. Note the serial number of your
FibreBridge unit: ________________________
•
Power cord
•
“L” brackets for mounting in a 19” rack
•
Ethernet cable
CAUTION
•
RS 232 cable
•
CD which includes the Firmware, Installation
and Operation Manual, QuickNAV™ IP
discovery program and system drivers
The power source must be connected to a
protective earth ground and comply with
local electrical codes. Improper grounding
may result in an electrical shock or damage
to the unit.
Install the FibreBridge
If you are using a rack:
1
a.
Place the FibreBridge on a stable flat surface,
install it into a standard rack or into your device.
If installing the Fibre Bridge 2390R/D or the
FibreBridge 2400 R/D into a rack, see
Exhibit 2.0-1 and follow these instructions:
a.
Attach “L” brackets so that the front side
with the LEDs face front and the connector
side is at the back.
b.
6
b.
2
3
4
5
Install the FibreBridge horizontally within
the rack so it does not reduce the air flow
within the rack.
Connect and power up Fibre Channel devices
from your SAN to the FibreBridge using SFPs
and multimode fiber optic cables for the Fibre
Channel ports. Keep cable lengths as short as
possible to ensure the highest signal quality
and performance. Refer to Cabling on page i of
the Appendix.
Connect and power up SCSI target devices.
Refer to Cabling on page i of the Appendix.
Connect the Ethernet port to your network.
Connect power according to the FibreBridge
model:
• For the FibreBridge 2370E, FibreBridge
2390C and Fibre Bridge 2400C, connect the
power connector to the FibreBridge.
• For the FibreBridge 2390C and FibreBridge
2400C, power is already connected if you
have installed the unit using the cPCI
connection.
Properly ground the FibreBridge to the rack
equipment. The earth ground connection
must be maintained.
The power requirements plus the power
draw of the other equipment in the rack
must not overload the supply circuit and/or
wiring of the rack.
Wait up to two minutes for the FibreBridge
Ready LED to light indicating the FibreBridge
has completed its power-on self test sequence.
Discover the IP address
Note
The FibreBridge is initially configured with
DHCP enabled. It is best if you have access to
a DHCP server.
1
2
3
4
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Work from the computer attached to the
FibreBridge Ethernet port on the same domain.
From the CD supplied with your FibreBridge,
run the QuickNav Utility QuickNAVwindows.exe for Windows or QuickNAV-Mac
for Mac OS X.
Locate the FibreBridge with the serial number
recorded earlier.
Highlight the serial number.
Click Next.
If a DHCP server is available on your network,
an address is assigned automatically by the
server. Note the assigned address:
_____________________________________
If you do not have a DHCP server, get an IP
address and subnet mask from your network
administrator, type it into the area provided, and
click on Next.
5 Click on Launch Browser
Your browser points to the ATTO ExpressNAV
splash screen. If you use Internet Explorer as a
browser, continue on to Internet Explorer setup
below. If not, continue on to Begin initial
configuration .
4
5
6
Begin initial configuration
1
2
Internet Explorer setup
1
2
3
Click on Add
Uncheck the Require server verification
check box.
9 Click OK.
10 At the bottom of the Internet Options box, click
on OK and close the box.
7
8
The ExpressNAV interface welcome screen
appears. Click on Enter Here
Type in the user name and password.
Open your browser
Select Internet Options.
In the Internet Options screen, select the
Security tab.
Click on the Trusted Sites icon.
Click on the Sites button.
In the text box Add this Web site to the zone,
add the IP address of the appliance. You may
use wild cards.
Note
The default values are user name root and
password Password. The user name is case
insensitive and the password is case
sensitive.It is best practice to change the
default user name and password. Refer to
Interface options on page 31.
Exhibit 2.0-1
Brackets to install the FibreBridge 2390R/D or 2400R/D into a rack.
Exhibit 2.0-2
Typical FibreBridge connectors, LEDs and power receptacle
air vents
Ready/Fault LED
SCSI activity LEDs
FC activity & link LEDs
Ethernet port
Serial port
Power receptacle
SCSI ports
Fibre Channel ports
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3.0 Configuring the FibreBridge
To configure the ATTO FibreBridge through FibreBridge Services, use ATTO ExpressNAV (a browserbased graphical user interface). Default values are appropriate for most configurations, but may be
modified.
ATTO FibreBridge Services includes the means
to display and modify various attributes of
FibreBridge operation, as well as to update
firmware. The best way to access FibreBridge
Services is to use ATTO ExpressNAV, a browserbased graphical interface. Refer to ATTO
ExpressNAV interface on page 27.
Note
The recommended management tool for the
FibreBridge is the ATTO ExpressNAV
interface.
Other methods are also available depending on
your operating system, what you want to
accomplish, and the method you are using to
access FibreBridge Services. Refer to Interface
options on page 31.
To use ATTO ExpressNAV you must know the IP
address for the FibreBridge. Refer to Discover the
IP address on page 13.
After getting an IP address and entering ATTO
ExpressNAV, you must map devices so that the
FibreBridge can access the devices in your
network. Refer to Mapping devices on page 17.
Additionally, it is best practice to change the
default user name and password. Refer to
Optional changes to system configurations on
page 19.
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3.1 Mapping devices
After getting an IP address and entering ATTO ExpressNAV, you must map devices so that the
FibreBridge can access the devices in your network.
The ATTO FibreBridge allows parallel SCSI
devices to participate in a Fibre Channel
arbitrated loop or on a fabric. Fibre Channel and
parallel SCSI use different models to address
devices. The FibreBridge translates between these
addressing models.
Fibre Bridge mapping
allows the loop initialization
master to assign the FibreBridge a unique address
during the loop initialization process. The address
assigned cannot be determined before loop
initialization. Adding new devices to an arbitrated
loop may change the address assigned to the
FibreBridge.
On a Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop, the
FibreBridge appears at a single Arbitrated Loop
Port Address (AL_PA). Each device on an
arbitrated loop is assigned a unique AL_PA
during loop initialization. The FibreBridge
supports both modes of AL_PA assignment,
commonly referred to as hard and soft addressing.
Soft addressing
To identify each Fibre Channel device
while addressing, each Fibre Channel device is
assigned a unique World Wide Name (WWN).
The 64-bit WWN has the following format:
Hard addressing
WWN:
Field
Name
WWN
Format
Company ID
Device ID
Byte
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Value
20
00
00
10
86
xx
xx
xx
allows a predetermined address
to be assigned to the FibreBridge. The
FibreBridge tries to acquire the desired hard
address. If another device has already been
assigned the specified address, the FibreBridge
acquires a currently unassigned address.
Note
The default mode is soft addressing.
SCSI device mapping
SCSI devices connected to the FibreBridge are
viewed as Fibre Channel LUNs to the host
computer. SCSI devices must be on the same
addressing level as the SCSI portion of the
FibreBridge. The FibreBridge SCSI ID must be
set to a different SCSI ID from the other devices
on the same bus.
The ATTO ExpressNAV interface graphically
shows you current mapping and the SCSI devices
available for mapping. Refer to Use ExpressNAV
for mapping devices on page 18.
Note
It is not necessary to set all mapped devices
online: SCSI commands sent to offline devices
are rejected.
You may map SCSI devices by using the
Command Line Interface Route family of
commands.The Route and AutoMap commands
provide the mechanism to map Fibre Channel
Port/LUN to SCSI bus/target/LUN. Refer to
AutoMap on page vi and Route on page xii in the
Appendix for further explanations of the
commands.
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Use ExpressNAV for mapping devices
Use the ExpressNAV interface to map devices
automatically or to customize mapping. You may
modify the mapping as needed to make a device
inaccessible to a host or to replace a nonfunctioning mapped unit.
All the CLI commands necessary to enable
mapping and the command
saveconfiguration norestart are performed.
Map devices manually.
1
From the ExpressNAV main menu, click on the
Mapping menu item on the left side of the
screen.
2
The Mapping page appears. Wait for the
automatic scan for devices to complete.
Select the devices from the box on the right
hand side of the screen and drag to the
appropriate LUN on the left.
Click Submit. All the CLI commands necessary
to enable mapping and the command
saveconfiguration norestart are performed
Map devices automatically
1
2
3
4
If not already connected, enter the ExpressNAV
interface.
From the ExpressNAV main menu, click on the
Mapping menu item on the left side of the
screen.
The Mapping page appears. Wait for the
automatic scan for devices to complete.
Click AutoMap
3
4
Multiple Node addressing (FB2400 only)
The FibreBridge has a unique Port name for each
Fibre Channel port. By default, each Fibre
Channel port also has a separate unique Node
name. The host computer perceives the
FibreBridge as two separate entities, allowing
mapping of a different set of logical units to each
FC port.
Use the ExpressNAV interface as described
above to map devices to each port.
To change the default setting you must use the
Command Line Interface as described in Use the
serial port or header on page 31.
1
At the Ready prompt, type
Note
Changing the state of the FCMultiNode
command causes all maps to be deleted.
2
Press Enter.
3
Type saveconfiguration
4
Press Enter
5
Use the ExpressNAV interface to map devices
to the FibreBridge, or stay in the CLI mode and
use the Automap CLI command to
automatically map devices or use the Route
CLI command to define mapping. Refer to
AutoMap on page vi and Route on page xii in
the Appendix for further explanations of the
commands.
set FCMultiNode disabled
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3.2 Optional changes to system configurations
Default values are appropriate for most configurations, but may be modified for your needs using ATTO
ExpressNAV.
It is best practice to change the default user name
and password to a user name and password
significant to you.
Change current user name, password
1
If you have not already, open an ExpressNAV
session. For instructions, refer to Open an
ExpressNAV session on page 27.
2
Click Bridge.
The Bridge Configuration page is displayed.
The user name that you are currently logged in
with is displayed in the Username text box.
3
Enter the current Admin password in the first
line of the boxed area.
4
Enter appropriate information into the Admin
Username, New Admin Password, and
Confirm New Admin Password text boxes.
Note
The user name is case insensitive and
password is case sensitive.
5
Click Submit.
6
The user name and password for all Telnet,
FTP and ATTO ExpressNAV sessions is
changed.
Enhance performance
SpeedWrite is a method to improve the
performance of WRITE commands to SCSI tape
devices attached to the FibreBridge.
device or specify [all] to set or get the state of all
currently mapped SCSI devices.
SpeedWriteDefault specifies the state of
SpeedWrite for any SCSI devices mapped
manually or via an AutoMap operation. If
enabled, any new SCSI device uses SpeedWrite
performance enhancement by default.
Create a read only password or user name
You may set a read only password or a read only
user name. Refer to Command explanations on
page vi of the Appendix.
1
If you have not already, open an ExpressNAV
session. For instructions, refer to Open an
ExpressNAV session on page 27.
2
Click Bridge.
The Bridge Configuration page is displayed.
The user name that you are currently logged in
with is displayed in the Username text box.
3
Enter the current Admin password in the first
line of the boxed area.
4
Enter the desired information into the Read
Only Username, New Read Only Password
and Confirm New Read Only Password text
boxes.
The user name is case insensitive and password
is case sensitive.
5
Click Submit.
6
The user name or password for all Telnet, FTP
and ATTO ExpressNAV sessions is changed.
Using the CLI command SpeedWrite, you can
specify the SCSI bus, target and LUN of a mapped
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4.0 Remote monitoring, management
The Ethernet port provides monitoring and management using the ExpressNAV interface.
Remote system monitoring may be set up through
Remote Management page of the ExpressNAV
interface (see Exhibit 4.0-1) using the Simple
Network Management Protocol (SNMP) or Email.
Various types of problems may invoke a
notification:
You may designate which warning level a
recipient receives. For example, a recipient with a
critical severity level only receives critical
messages and not warning or informational
messages.
In both monitoring systems, you select the
warning levels for each recipient:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Device errors such as medium error, aborted
command and hard error
Device transitions from online to offline
Critical and warning temperature conditions
Critical and warning voltage conditions
Power cycle/power failure conditions
Messages may state that a device is not working,
a medium has an error, or a command has been
stopped.
Exhibit 4.0-1
•
•
All: all warnings, critical events and
informational messages
Informational: informational messages
Warning: events which are either warnings or
critical events
•
Critical: only events which are critical
•
None: no messages are sent
The Remote Management page in the ExpressNAV interface
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SNMP-based monitoring
The Simple Network Management Protocol
(SNMP) facilitates the exchange of management
information between network devices.
An agent resides in the FibreBridge which takes
information from the FibreBridge and translates it
into a form compatible with SNMP. If certain
conditions arise, the agent sends asynchronous
notifications (traps) to a client.
1
2
3
If you have not already, open an ExpressNAV
session. For instructions, refer to Open an
ExpressNAV session on page 27.
On the left hand menu, click Remote Mgt.
The Remote Management page appears.
Click on the enabled radio button next to the
SNMP heading.
Exhibit 4.0-2
explanation
Click on the appropriate radio button for SNMP
Traps, SNMP Extended Traps and Auto Log
Sense.
• SNMP Traps and SNMP Extended Traps
are notifications for SNMP functions such as
device transition and device error
• Auto Log Sense controls whether current
data from log pages in a SCSI target device
is available automatically.
5 Enter the IP addresses of the those who should
receive messages (SNMP trap recipients) in
the text boxes on the left, and the type of
messages you wish each recipient to receive in
the drop down boxes on the right.
6 Click Submit
4
Events triggering SNMP notification for extended or standard trap generation, severity level and
Event
Severity
Extended
Extended
Level Traps disabled Traps enabled
Explanation
Aborted
Command
Warning
No
Yes
A command has been aborted
Device
Transition
Info
No
Yes
A target device has failed, become offline or come
online
Fibre Channel
Loop Down
Info
Yes
Yes
A loop down event on a Fibre Channel port has
occurred
Fibre Channel
Loop Up
Info
Yes
Yes
A loop up event on a Fibre Channel port has
occurred
Hardware Error
Critical
No
Yes
An unrecoverable target device failure
Illegal Request
Info
No
Yes
An illegal SCSI request has been attempted
Medium Error
Warning
No
Yes
A command terminated with an error condition
that may have been caused by a flaw in the target
device’s physical medium or its recorded data.
Temperature
Info
Yes
Yes
The unit’s internal temperature has increased or
decreased to within standard operating ranges
Temperature
Critical
Yes
Yes
Unit’s internal temperature has increased to at or
above the maximum operating temperature or
decreased to at or below the minimum operating
temperature
Temperature
Warning
Yes
Yes
Unit’s internal temperature has increased to at or
within the unit’s maximum operating temperature
less the unit’s temperature warning offset or
decreased to at or within the unit’s minimum
operating temperature plus the unit’s temperature
warning offset
Unit Attention
Info
No
Yes
A unit attention condition has occurred
Unit Power On
Info
Yes
Yes
The unit has been powered up
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Event
Severity
Extended
Extended
Level Traps disabled Traps enabled
Explanation
Voltage
Info
Yes
Yes
A monitored voltage level has increased or
decreased to within standard operating ranges
Voltage
Critical
Yes
Yes
A monitored nominal voltage level has increased
or decreased beyond the percentages listed
below:
Level... VDDA ......VDDB..... .VDDC........VDDD
.............3.30V.........2.50V........1.50V.........1.35V
Low.......5%..............4%............5%.........,..4.5%
High.... 8%............ 5%..... .... 5%............ 5%
Voltage
Warning
Yes
Yes
A monitored nominal voltage level has increased
or decreased beyond the percentages listed
below:
Level... VDDA ......VDDB..... .VDDC........VDDD
.............3.30V.........2.50V........1.50V.........1.35V
Low.......3%..............3%..........3%.........,..3%
High..... 5%.......... 3.5%... ...... 3%.......... 3%
E-mail messages provide error notification
E-mail notification allows the FibreBridge to send
an E-mail message to you, a network
administrator or other users when certain events
occur. Serious error messages are sent
immediately, while messages for less serious
errors are sent every 15 minutes.
You may send E-mails to up to five E-mail
addresses and designate which conditions prompt
each E-mail notification.
When an event occurs that warrants E-mail
notification, the FibreBridge sends the message; it
cannot respond to a rejection by a server for an
invalid address. Ensure all E-mail addresses typed
in are valid.
Each E-mail is time stamped when it leaves as
part of the SMTP header information as shown in
Exhibit 4.0-3.
Exhibit 4.0-3
1
If you have not already, open an ExpressNAV
session. For instructions, refer to Open an
ExpressNAV session on page 27.
2 On the left hand menu, click Remote Mgt.
3 The Remote Management page appears.
4 Click on the enabled radio button next to the
Email Notification heading.
5 Type in the sender address (E-mails show this
name in the From field)
6 Type in the SMTP Server IP address
7 Type in the user name and password of your
SMTP E-mail account if your server requires it
8 Type in up to five E-mail addresses
9 Choose All, Informational, Warning, or
Critical for each E-mail address.
10 When all information is typed in, click Submit.
The E-mail messages sent by the FibreBridge follow this format.
Subject: [The Type of Event that Occurred]
Message Body:
This is a status message from [FibreBridge name]. Identifying information as
well as the most recent entries from the event log appear below.
*************** Unit Information ***************
Serial Number : [Serial Number]
IP Addresses: [IP Address1]
[IP Address2]
*************** Event Log Entries ****************
[Listing of the ten latest event log entries]
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Exhibit 4.0-4
Events triggering an E-mail message, severity level and explanation
Event
Severity
Level
Aborted Command
Warning
Device Down
Warning
Hardware Error
Critical
Explanation
A command has been aborted
A target device has failed or become offline
An unrecoverable target device failure
Medium Error
Warning
A command terminated with an error condition that may have been caused by a
flaw in the target device’s physical medium or its recorded data.
Temperature
Critical
Unit’s internal temperature has increased to at or above the maximum operating
temperature or decreased to at or below the minimum operating temperature
Temperature
Warning
Unit’s internal temperature has increased to at or within the unit’s maximum
operating temperature less the unit’s temperature warning offset or decreased to
at or within the unit’s minimum operating temperature plus the unit’s temperature
warning offset
Unit Power On
Info
The unit has been powered up
Voltage
Critical
A monitored nominal voltage level has increased or decreased beyond the
percentages listed below:
Level ......VDDA (3.30V).......VDDB (2.50V)......VDDC (1.50V) .....VDDD(1.35V)
Low ........ .......5%.................... 4%.......................5%..................4.5%
High............... 8%.................... 5%...................... 5%................. 5%
Voltage
Warning
A monitored nominal voltage level has increased or decreased beyond the
percentages listed below:
Level ......VDDA (3.30V).......VDDB (2.50V)......VDDC (1.50V) .....VDDD(1.35V)
Low ........ .......3%.................... 3%.......................3%..................3%
High............... 5%................... 3.5%.................... 3%.........., ..... 3%
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5.0 Updating firmware
The ATTO FibreBridge has several processors which control the flow of data. The firmware to control
these processors can be upgraded in the field using the PUT command from an FTP connection, or
ZModem utility over an RS-232 serial connection. The preferred method is to use ATTO ExpressNAV.
Note
The recommended management tool for
updating firmware for the FibreBridge is the
ATTO ExpressNAV interface. Use the Update
Firmware page.
The FibreBridge firmware is distributed as a
compressed .zip file and can be obtained from the
ATTO web site, www.attotech.com
have to return it to ATTO Technology for
repair.
4
Click the Restart link.
5
Click on Restart.
To use FTP over Ethernet to flash new firmware
into the FibreBridge
1
Preliminary steps
1
2
The FibreBridge firmware is distributed as a
compressed .zip file and can be obtained from
the ATTO Technology, Inc. web site at
www.attotech.com or from the CD which may
be included with your Bridge.
Uncompress the .zip file into an image file
(.ima). Note the filename.
Uncompress the.zip file obtained from the
ATTO Technology Inc. website
(www.attotech.com) into an image file (.IMA).
Note
The .zip file can be uncompressed using any
utility that supports the zip format.
2
Establish an FTP link to the bridge that is to be
flashed.
3
Use the PUT command to download the
firmware. For example
CAUTION
PUT c:\bridge_firmware\FB3200100.IMA
Before beginning this procedure, ensure
that all I/O to the FibreBridge has stopped.
4
During this procedure, do not interrupt the
flash process.
Do not power down the host or the
FibreBridge until the display returns the
Ready prompt.
Once the download is complete, cycle power on
the FibreBridge to implement the new firmware.
To use the ZModem command over the RS-232
serial link to load new firmware
1
Interrupting the flash process will make
your FibreBridge inoperable and you will
have to return it to ATTO Technology for
repair.
Uncompress the.zip file obtained from the
ATTO Technology Inc. website
(www.attotech.com) into an image file (.IMA).
Note
The .zip file can be uncompressed using any
utility that supports the zip format.
1
Connect to ExpressNAV and click on the
Firmware page.
2
Load a Terminal Program such as Hyper
Terminal.
2
Click Browse and locate the firmware you
unzipped in the preliminary steps.
3
Set the terminal and the FibreBridge for the
highest possible baud rate for your terminal.
3
Click Upload and wait until a success message
is displayed.
4
Turn on power to the FibreBridge.
5
Once the Ready prompt appears, type
ZMODEM RECEIVE. The FibreBridge displays
that it is preparing to receive a file from your
terminal program.
6
On the terminal program, choose Transfer Send
File
CAUTION
Do not interrupt the flash process. Do not
power down the host or the FibreBridge
until the display returns the Ready prompt.
Interrupting the flash process will make
your FibreBridge inoperable and you will
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7
In the Send File box, enter the current
FibreBridge .ima file or click the browse button
to find it
8
Click Send File
9
The FibreBridge should acknowledge receiving
the file and display a message not to interrupt
power for 90 seconds.
CAUTION
Do not interrupt the flash process. Do not
power down the host or the FibreBridge
until the display returns the Ready prompt.
Interrupting the flash process will make
your FibreBridge inoperable and you will
have to return it to ATTO Technology for
repair.
10 Once the download is complete, cycle power on
the FibreBridge to invoke the new firmware.
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6.0 ATTO ExpressNAV interface
ExpressNAV is a web-based graphical user interface (GUI) that allows you to manage the FibreBridge
by clicking choices and commands in traditional GUI fashion or by entering CLI commands directly as
you would in a terminal emulation session.
Access ATTO ExpressNAV from any web
browser that supports the latest standards for
XHTML 1.0 and CSS1. To take full advantage of
the ExpressNAV interface you should have Java
script enabled through your browser.
To use the interface you must first be connected to
the Ethernet port and have an IP address for the
FibreBridge. Refer to Discover the IP address on
page 13.
The ExpressNAV interface is the preferred
interface for the ATTO FibreBridge.
Open an ExpressNAV session
1
2
3
4
5
Obtain the IP address of the FibreBridge. Refer
to Discover the IP address on page 13.
Point your browser at the IP address of the
FibreBridge.
The ExpressNAV interface home page is
displayed. Click on Enter.
Enter the user name and password. Use the
defaults if you have not already changed them
as in Change current user name, password on
page 19. It is best practice to change the user
name and password.
• The default user name is root
• The default password is Password
The Status page appears. Follow the links on
the left hand side of the page to find information
or configure your FibreBridge. Each link takes
you to a page such as the Time & Date
Configuration page in Exhibit 6.0-2.
Exhibit 6.0-1 The ExpressNAV opening screen and password dialog box.
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ExpressNAV pages
All screens and parameters are not available for
all FibreBridge models. Use the following as a
guide only.
Command Line Interface commands are the basis
for the ExpressNAV pages. Refer to Command
explanations on page vi of the Appendix for
individual command information.
Status
Displays FibreBridge information
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Vendor ID
Product ID
Firmware revision number
Serial number
Valid temperature range
Current temperature
Ethernet port IP addresses
Ethernet port status
World Wide identifiers: node name, port name
Fibre Channel port status
SCSI port status
Ethernet port configuration
Configures each port independently for the
following parameters: use of DHCP, IP address,
IP gateway, IP subnet mask and Ethernet speed.
SNMP
Controls the use of SNMP protocol and displays
the trap recipient IP addresses.
For more information on SNMP, refer to Remote
monitoring, management on page 21.
Remote management
Controls the use of the SNMP protocol and the
ability to E-mail information. For more
information, refer to Remote monitoring,
management on page 21
Serial port configuration
Configurable options are baud rate and echo.
SCSI configuration
Each SCSI port is configured separately. Displays
include a list of attached devices for each bus.
Click on the individual bus for information on
each SCSI device such as device type, vendor ID,
Product ID and SCSI bus, target and LUN.
Fibre Channel configuration
Configurable options included whether to use
hard or soft addressing, how busy status is
reported, the data rate, connection mode and hard
address value. The node names and port names
are displayed.
Storage management
A list of attached SCSI devices and a list of
attached Fibre Channel devices are displayed.
Click on the individual bus or port for detailed
information on each device.
You may also reset SCSI ports on this page or
configure the following options: boot scan, boot
Fibre delay, SpeedWrite default and virtual drive
response.
Time & date configuration
Configures the time zone, real-time clock or
access remote time server.
Mapping
You may map drives using the ExpressNAV
Mapping page. Refer to Mapping devices on page
17.
Bridge configuration
Configurable options are passwords, user names,
minimum and maximum operating temperature,
operating temperature warning and identify
Bridge. You may also restore defaults.
Firmware
You may update firmware using the ExpressNAV
interface. Refer to Updating firmware on page 25.
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Advanced CLI configuration
Allows you to input any CLI command available
through the FibreBridge.
1
2
3
4
Type in the CLI command in the text box.
Click the Submit button: this is equivalent to
typing in the CLI command into a TCP/IP or
serial port CLI session.
A text field beneath the box lists the most recent
commands issued to the FibreBridge through
this page.
If you enter an incorrect parameter, the CLI
help text is displayed, showing the parameters
available.
If your entry was correct, type
saveconfiguration
Click the Submit button. Your changes are
implemented.
Restart firmware
Implements a firmware restart of the bridge and
makes permanent any changes you have made
since the last firmware restart.
CAUTION
Restarting the firmware may take a few
minutes.
1
2
Click the Restart button.
A box tells you to wait until the counter gets to
0 and then the browser refreshes.
If the browser does not refresh after the counter
gets to 0, click the link to refresh it manually.
Help
Gives help information about the command line
interface commands and troubleshooting tips via
links to pages with help text for each category of
options and one link to the Troubleshooting Tips
and FAQs page on the ATTO website,
www.attotech.com.
Contact information for ATTO technical support
is on the right. Help is always available by
pressing any word shown in red on the screen.
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Exhibit 6.0-2
A typical ExpressNAV page.
Serial port
icon
Ethernet
port icon
Fibre Channel
port icon
Sidebar:
select the
item you
wish to view
SCSI port icon
enabled option
Radio button
Type in box
Drop down choices
Parameter name
Red print provides
link to help text
option unavailable
for selection
because of previous
choice
Submit button
same as typing all
CLI commands and
saveconfiguration
norestart
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7.0 Interface options
Alternative methods to using the ATTO ExpressNAV interface may be used to manage the FibreBridge.
ATTO ExpressNAV is the recommended
interface.
Use the serial port or header
1
2
3
4
5
Connect a cable from FibreBridge RS-232
serial port or header to the serial (COM) port on
a personal computer.
Turn on the FibreBridge.
Start a terminal emulation program on the
personal computer, and use it to connect to the
FibreBridge. For example, if you are using
HyperTerminal on a computer running a
Windows operating system,
a. Type FibreBridge in the New Connection
dialog box.
b. Click OK.
c. In the Connect To dialog box, for the
Connect using field select the COM port
number to which your serial cable is
connected.
d. Click OK.
e. In the COM Properties dialog box select the
following values:
Bits per second: 115200
Data Bits: 8
Parity: None
Stop Bits: 1
Flow Control: None
Terminal type: ASCII
Echo: off
f. Click OK.
After you connect to the FibreBridge, start-up
messages are displayed. These messages are
only displayed at start-up. The last line in the
start-up message sequence is Ready. See the
example in Exhibit 7.0-1 on page 32.
To verify that you have connected successfully,
type help after the Ready prompt and press
Enter.
If a list of all available commands does not
appear on the screen, review the steps in this
section, check the cable, or contact service
personnel until the problem is solved.
If you have difficulty using the serial port, verify
that you have the correct settings and that your
serial cable is less then two meters in length.
Use Telnet
Up to three Telnet sessions can be conducted
simultaneously. A serial port session can use the
CLI while Telnet sessions are open. Whichever
session issues the first “set” CLI command can
continue to issue set commands, while the other
sessions can only issue “get” commands or
display information. Once a connection is
established, refer to CLI provides ASCII-based
interface on page ii of the Appendix.
1
2
Connect to the FibreBridge from a computer on
the same Ethernet network.
Start a Telnet session.
Note
There is more than one way to connect to the
FibreBridge using a telnet program.Your telnet
program may operate differently than in the
following instructions.
3
At the Telnet prompt, issue the open command
where x.x.x.x is the IP address of the
FibreBridge.
telnet > open x.x.x.x
4
If you have to specify a port type, enter the port
type telnet and the terminal type vt100.
port type: telnet
terminal type: vt100
5
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Enter the default values for the user name,
root, and the password, Password, if you did
not set new values in Discover the IP address
on page 13.
Exhibit 7.0-1
Start up messages.
ATTO FibreBridge 2400
(c) 2002 - 2005 ATTO Technology, Incorporated.
Firmware version 1.00 release date May 24 2005, 13:29:19 Build A75Q
127 Megabytes of RAM Installed.
2 4.25 Gb/s Fibre Channel Interface Port(s).
2 Ultra320 SCSI Interface Port(s).
Bridge World Wide Name = 20 00 00 10 86 20 00 95
Bridge Serial Number
= “FB2400100007”
Bridge Name
= “
“
Internal Temperature = 30 C [0 - 70]
For help, type HELP.
Active Configuration = ATTO
Aug 19 2005 12:51:27 A79U Initialization Complete
STM41T0 RTC initialized
SCSI Interface 1 PCI Config Test Passed
SCSI Interface 1 Initialization Passed
SCSI Interface 2 PCI Config Test Passed
SCSI Interface 2 Initialization Passed
FC Interface 1 PCI Config Test Passed
FC Interface 1 Register Test
Passed
FC Interface 1 Reset Test
Passed
FC Interface 2 PCI Config Test Passed
FC Interface 2 Register Test
Passed
FC Interface 2 Reset Test
Passed
Initializing Port MP1............
FC Interface 1 Initialization Passed
FC Interface 2 Initialization Passed
Power-On Self-Test (POST) Completion Status: GOOD
Ready.
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Appendix A
Cabling
ATTO FibreBridge SCSI ports connect SCSI storage devices into the Fibre Channel Storage Area
Network (SAN). Use an Ethernet connection to use the ATTO ExpressNAV interface.
Make sure all cables are anchored securely at both
ends with the proper connectors.
SCSI port connections
The FibreBridge supports a wide variety of SCSI
storage devices including stand-alone drives,
removable drives, JBODs, tape, CD and DVD
drives, changers, libraries and magneto optical
drives.
Each SCSI port is totally independent from the
other SCSI port. Each bus may support up to 15
devices and each SCSI bus auto-negotiates the
appropriate sync rates with the connected devices.
If slower devices are mixed with faster devices,
the bus communicates at the rate of the slowest
device.
Connect slower devices to one SCSI port and
faster devices to the other port.
Connect a SCSI connector from the SCSI device
to a SCSI port on the FibreBridge.
Check the type of cable, cable length limit and
number of devices recommended for each port.
Keep cable lengths as short as possible to ensure
the highest signal quality and performance. These
cable lengths include the wiring inside the
devices.
Device type
Cable
limit
Ultra SCSI Single Ended (SE)
1.5 meters
Ultra SCSI High Voltage Differential (HVD) 25 meters
Ultra2 SCSI Low Voltage Differential
(LVD)
12 meters
Ultra160 SCSI Low Voltage Differential
(LVD)
12 meters
Ultra320 SCSI Low Voltage Differential
(LVD)
12 meters
Fibre Channel connections
Fibre Channel technology offers a variety of
cabling options. The type of cable required varies
depending upon the application, environment and
distance.
Cable length
Cable type
Cable
size
FC
connector
Up to 175
meters
multi mode fiber
optic
62.5
micron
LC
Up to 500
meters
multimode fiber
optic
50
micron
LC
Up to 13
meters
unequalized
copper
HSSDC-2
Serial port connections
The ATTO FibreBridge supports remote service
operations over the RS-232 serial port using
standard terminal emulation software available
with most systems.
Connect a DB-9 crossover serial cable (null
modem) between the ATTO FibreBridge serial
port and one of the computer's serial COM ports.
A gender changer or DB-9 to DB-25 converter
may be needed depending on the cables being
used.
Ethernet connections
The 10/100 BaseT Ethernet port provides remote
monitoring and management using the ATTO
ExpressNAV interface.
When you connect an Ethernet cable between the
FibreBridge and a 10/100Base-T connection, you
may need a crossover cable connecting directly to
a computer. The ATTO FibreBridge auto detects
the Ethernet speed by default.
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Appendix B
CLI provides ASCII-based interface
The command line interface (CLI) provides access to the ATTO FibreBridge Services through a set of
ASCII commands. CLI commands may be entered while in CLI mode.
FibreBridge Services provide configuration and
monitoring for the FibreBridge. The command
line interface (CLI) is a set of ASCII-based
commands which perform these tasks. CLI
commands may be entered while in CLI mode.
•
•
The set form is an action that changes the value
of a parameter or configuration setting. It may
require a SaveConfiguration command and a
restart of the system before it is implemented.
The restart can be accomplished as part of the
SaveConfiguration command or by using a
separate FirmwareRestart command. A
number of set commands may be issued before
the SaveConfiguration command.
•
Responses to set commands are either an error
message or Ready. *. The asterisk indicates
you must use a SaveConfiguration command
to finalize the set command.
SaveConfiguration asks if you want to restart
the system or not.
•
Set commands which do not require a
SaveConfiguration command, defined as
Immediate commands, are executed.
•
Responses to Immediate commands are either
an error message or data results followed by
Ready.
CLI commands are context sensitive and
generally follow a standard format
[Get|Set] Command [Parameter1|Parameter2]
followed by the return or enter key
•
CLI commands are case insensitive: you may
type all upper or all lower case or a mixture.
Upper and lower case in this manual and the
help screen are for clarification only.
•
Commands generally have three types of
operation: get, set and immediate.
•
The get form returns the value of a parameter or
setting and is an informational command.
•
Responses to get commands are followed by
Ready.
Exhibit 0.0-1 Symbols, typefaces and abbreviations used to indicate functions and elements of the command line
interface used in this manual.
Command conventions
Symbol
[ ]
<
>
|
Indicates
Required entry
Optional entry
pick one of
…
Ellipses, repetition of preceding item
\n
end of line
-
a range (6 – 9 = 6, 7, 8, 9)
fl
Fibre Channel LUN (0 <= fl <= 31)
fp
Fibre Channel port number (0<= fp <= 2)
sb
SCSI bus number (0<= sb <= 3)
sl
SCSI LUN ID (0 <= sl <= 7)
st
SCSI target ID (0 <= st <= 15)
mp1
Ethernet port used to manage the FibreBridge
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CLI error messages
The following error messages may be returned by the Command line Interface
ERROR. Invalid Command. Type 'Help' for command list.
ERROR. Wrong/Missing Parameters
Usage: <usage string>
ERROR. Command Not Processed
CLI summary reference
A summary of the Command Line Interface
commands, their defaults, and where you can find
the specifics of the command. Commands which
have no default values associated with them have
a blank entry in that column of the table.
Command
Default
Example
AutoLogSense
disabled
set autologsense enabled
AutoMap
automap
BootFibreDelay
0
set bootfibredelay 15
BootScan
disabled
set bootscan enabled
BootScanPorts (FB2400)
auto
set bootscanports all
BridgeModel
BridgeName
get bridgemodel
““
set bridgename Omega6
ClearEventLog
cleareventlog
ClearTraceLog
cleartracelog
Date
set date 03/03/03
DeleteAllMaps
deleteallmaps
DHCPFixedDelay
0
DisplayEventLog
DisplayEventLogFilter
displayeventlog
all all all
DisplayTraceLog
DisplayTraceLogFilter
set dhcpfixeddelay 15
set displayeventlogfilter all all all
displaytracelog
all all all
set displaytracelogfilter all info all
DumpConfiguration
dumpconfiguration
DumpEventLog
dumpeventlog
DumpTraceLog
dumptracelog
EmailFromAddress
get emailfromaddress
EmailNotify
disabled
get emailnotify
EmailNotifyAddress
set emailnotifyaddress 5 bw@abc.com
EmailPassword
set emailpassword
EmailServerAddress
get emailsesrveraddress
EmailUsername
set emailusername beta321
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Command
Default
Example
EthernetSpeed
auto
set ethernetspeed 100
EventLog
enabled
set eventlog disabled
EventLogFilter
all all all
set eventlogfilter gen info enabled
Exit
exit
FCConnMode
loop
set fcconnmode all ptp
FCDataRate
auto
get fcdatarate 1
FCHard
disabled
set fchard enabled
FCHardAddress
FCMultiNode (FB2400)
set fchardaddress 1 122
enabled
set fcmultinode disabled
FCPortErrors
get fcporterrors all
FCPortList
fcportlist
FCSCSIBusyStatus
busy
set fcscsibusystatus qfull
FCSpeedLED2G (FB2370)
disabled
set fcspeedled2g enabled
FCWWName
get fcwwname 1
FirmwareRestart
firmwarerestart
Help
help driveinfo
IdentifyBridge
disabled
Info
set identifybridge enabled
info
IPAddress
10.0.0.1
get ipaddress mp1
IPDHCP
enabled
set ipdhcp mp1 disabled
IPGateway
0.0.0.0
set ipgateway mp1 200.10.22.3
IPSubnetMask
255.255.0.0
get ipsubnetmask mp1
IsReserved
isreserved
LogicalUnitAddressing
disabled
set logicalunitaddressing enabled
MaxOpTemp (FB 2390, FB2400}
70
get maxoptemp
MinOpTemp (FB 2390, FB2400}
0
set minoptemp 10
OpTempWarn (FB 2390, FB2400}
5
set optempwarn 15
Password
Password
set password
Performance
get performance 2
Ping
ping 192.42.155.155
ReadOnlyPassword
Password
get readonlypassword
ReadOnlyUsername
user
get readonlyusername
Reserve
reserve
ResetFCPortErrors
resetfcporterrors 1
RestoreConfiguration
restoreconfiguration default
Route
route fc 1 1 bridge
RouteDisplay
routedisplay fc 1 1
SaveConfiguration
saveconfiguration restart
SCSIDomainValidation
scsidomainvalidation
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Command
Default
Example
SCSIInitId
0x07
set scsiinitid 2 12
SCSIPortBusSpeed
ultra4
set scsiportbusspeed 2 ultra3
SCSIPortList
scsiportlist
SCSIPortReset
scsiportreset 1
SCSIPortResetOnStartup
enabled
set scsiportresetonstartup 1 disabled
SCSIPortSelTimeout
250
set scsiportseltimeout 128
SCSIPortSyncTransfer
enabled
set scsiportsynctransfer 2 disabled
SCSIPortTermination
enabled
set scsiporttermination 1 disabled
SCSIPortWideTransfer
enabled
set scsiportwidetransfer 2 disabled
SCSITargetLUNs
8
set scsitargetluns 1 64
SCSITargets
scsitargets 1
SerialNumber
get serialnumber
SerialPortBaudRate
115200
set serialportbaudrate 19200
SerialPortEcho
enabled
get seriallportecho
SNMP
enabled
set SNMP disabled
SNMPDumpMIB
snmpdumpmib
SNMPExtendedTraps
disabled
get snmpextendedtraps
SNMPTrapAddress
0.0.0.0 none
set snmptrapaddress 6 192.42.155.155 all
SNMPTraps
disabled
set snmptraps enabled
SNTP
enabled
get sntp
SNTPServer
192.43.244.18 set sntpserver 129.6.15.28
SpeedWrite
all disabled
get speedwrite scsi all
SpeedWriteDefault
disabled
set speedwritedefault enabled
TailEventLog
taileventlog
Temperature (FB 2390 & FB 2400)
get temperature
Time
00:00:00
set time 03:32:30
TimeZone
EST
set timezone pst
TraceLog
disabled
set tracelog enabled
TraceLogFilter
all all all
set tracelogfilter all all all
Username
root
set username Barbara
VerboseMode
enabled
set verbosemode disabled
VirtualDriveResponse
disabled
set virtualdriveresponse enabled
Voltage (FB 2390, FB2400}
get voltage
WrapEventLog
enabled
set wrapeventlog disabled
WrapTraceLog
enabled
set wraptracelog disabled
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zmodem receive
Command explanations
AutoLogSense
Controls whether current data from log pages in a SCSI
target device is available automatically.
BridgeModel
Reports model and firmware information about the
FibreBridge.
Default: disabled
set AutoLogSense [enabled|disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get AutoLogSense
get BridgeModel
AutoMap
Automatically assigns a subset of source protocol LUNs
to a subset of target destination devices visible to the
FibreBridge. All previous maps are deleted.The unit
reports a five-second delay while it scans for devices.
FCMultiNode (FB 2400) enabled: AutoMap <fp>
All other models and FC2400 with FCMultiNode disabled:
AutoMap
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
BootFibreDelay
Regulates the delay (in seconds) which the FibreBridge
waits until after startup before enabling Fibre Channel
ports.
Default: 0 (no delay)
set BootFibreDelay [0 | 15 | 30 | 45| 60 | 75]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get BootFibreDelay
BootScan
Provides dynamic mapping of SCSI devices to the Fibre
port/LUN combination via a SCSI bus scan at boot time.
All devices discovered during the bus scans are assigned
to a Fibre port, Fibre LUN combination until the next
reset/power cycle. This dynamic mapping replaces the
current, static mapping of the FibreBridge.
Default: disabled
set BootScan [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get BootScan
BootScanPorts (FB 2400)
Regulates the ports to be used for a boot scan.
Default: auto
set BootScanPorts [fp | all | auto]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get BootScanPorts
BridgeName
Specifies the eight-character ASCII name assigned to the
FibreBridge used to identify individual units. It is not the
World Wide Name. The string is alphanumeric, eight
characters long,. Changes take effect immediately.
Default: “ “
set BridgeName [name]
get BridgeName
ClearEventLog
Clears the contents of the event log. No new entries are
recorded until the operation is completed.
ClearEventLog
ClearTraceLog
Clears the contents of the trace log. No events are
recorded until the operation is completed.
ClearTraceLog
Date
Sets/displays the date. The range is 01/01/2000 to
12/31/2099.
Default: 01/01/2000
set Date [MM] / [DD] / [YYYY]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get Date
DeleteAllMaps
Removes all mapped devices from the map table. Upon
the subsequent POST, if no maps are present, the default
maps are loaded.
DeleteAllMaps
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
DHCPFixedDelay
Regulates or displays the delay (in seconds) between
DHCP client request intervals.
Default: 0
set DHCPFixedDelay [0-255]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get DHCPFixedDelay
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DisplayEventLog
Displays the event log. The event log may be filtered using
the DisplayEventLogFilter command. The optional
parameter n is the number of lines to be displayed as a
Command Descriptor Block. SCSI CDBs with less
than 16 bytes are padded with zeros
Stat: hexadecimal byte-wise SCSI status return code.
Sense Data: each Sx character represents the
hexadecimal byte-wise contents of the sense data
returned by a target device in response to an
attempted SCSI command. Maximum 18 bytes of
sense data is all zeros for commands that did not
cause the target device to return sense data.
single page with no user interaction. After the
command has executed, use +, - or = to scroll
through the log. Type quit and press Enter to exit the
command.
DisplayEventLog <n>
DisplayEventLogFilter
Filters the display of data for specified subsystems and
levels if DisplayEventLog is enabled. Valid event log
subsystem entries are platform-dependent. For set
commands, the final parameter indicates whether or not
events from the specified subsystem and level are
displayed.
Default: all all all
set DisplayEventLogFilter [subsystem | all] [level | all] [all
| none]
get DisplayEventLogFilter [subsystem | all] [level | all]
DisplayTraceLog
Displays the most recent page of trace log entries. The
optional parameter n is the number of lines to be
displayed as a single page with no user
interaction. After the command has executed,
use +, - or = to scroll through the log. Type quit and
press Enter to exit the command.
DisplayTraceLog <n>
Fibre Channel trace log entries depict
FC: an FC trace log
PortID the hexadecimal loop ID of the host device
Bus: specifies the hexadecimal SCSI bus number
Target ID: specifies the hexadecimal SCSI target
device number
CDB: each Cx character represents the hexadecimal
byte-wise contents of the command’s SCSI
Command Descriptor Block. SCSI CDBs with less
than 16 bytes are padded with zeros
SCSI trace log entries depict
SCSI: a SCSI trace log
Bus: hexadecimal SCSI bus number
Target ID: hexadecimal SCSI target device number
LUN: hexadecimal SCSI logical unit number
CDB: each Cx character represents the hexadecimal
byte-wise contents of the command’s SCSI
DisplayTraceLogFilter
Filters the display of data for specific ports if
DisplayTraceLog is enabled.
set DisplayTraceLogFilter [FC | SCSI | all] [fp | sb | all]
[none | chkcond | all]
get DisplayTraceLogFilter [FC | SCSI | all] [fp | sb | all]
DumpConfiguration
Displays the FibreBridge configuration.
DumpConfiguration
DumpEventLog
Dumps the entire contents of the event log to the
ExpressNAV Advanced page text box, RS-232 or Telnet
session.
DumpEventLog
DumpTraceLog
Dumps the entire contents of the trace log to the
ExpressNAV Advanced page text box, RS-232 or Telnet
session.
DumpTraceLog
EmailFromAddress
Configures the E-mail address that the FibreBridge uses
to communicate with the E-mail server. Full E-mail
address is a fully qualified Internet E-mail address, not
more than 128 characters long.
set EmailFromAddress [full email address]
get EmailFromAddress
EmailNotify
Regulates E-mail notification.
Default: disabled.
set EmailNotify [enabled | disabled]
get EmailNotify
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EmailNotifyAddress
Configures notification addresses. Index is a number 1-5.
Full E-mail address is a fully qualified Internet E-mail
address, not more than 128 characters long. Warning
level can be All, Warning, Critical or None. None
means no E-mails are sent; Critical means only critical
severity events sends an E-mail; Warning means only
warnings and critical events precipitate E-mail, and All
means all warnings and critical events warrant an Email.
set EmailNotifyAddress [index] [full email address]
[warning level]
get EmailNotifyAddress <index | all>
EmailPassword
Configures the password used to authenticate the login to
the SMTP E-mail server. The password must not be more
than 64 characters. A password is not required if the Email server does not require authentication.
set EmailPassword
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
EmailServerAddress
Configures the address of the server the FibreBridge
must contact in order to send out E-mail notifications.
set EmailServerAddress [IP address]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get EmailServerAddress
EmailUsername
Configures the user name used to authenticate the login
to the SMTP E-Mail server. The user name must not be
more than 128 characters. A user name is not required if
the E-mail server does not require authentication.
set EmailUsername
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get EmailUsername
EthernetSpeed
Sets/displays the current speed of the Ethernet
connection. Choices are 10, 100, and Auto.
Default: auto
set EthernetSpeed [mp1] [ 10 | 100 | Auto ]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get EthernetSpeed [mp1]
If auto enabled, value in parentheses indicates current
speed
EventLog
Regulates event logging. When enabled, records various
system events to the event log.
Default: enabled
set EventLog [enabled | disabled]
get EventLog
EventLogFilter
Filters data from specific unit subsystems and levels when
event logging is enabled. The specific entries supported
are platform-dependent. For set commands, the final
parameter indicates whether or not events from the
specified subsystem and level are displayed.
Default: all all all
set EventLogFilter [subsystem | all] [event level | all] [all |
none]
get EventLogFilter [subsystem | all ] [level | all]
Exit
Ends the current Ethernet Telnet CLI session; it has no
effect if used during a serial CLI session.
Exit
FCConnMode
Controls/reports the connection the FibreBridge uses
when communication across a FC network, either to an
arbitrated loop (FC-AL) when you select loop, or pointto-point when you choose ptp. If you choose loop-ptp or
ptp-loop, the FibreBridge tries to use the first parameter
first, but uses the second if it cannot use the first.
Default: loop
set FCConnMode [fp | all] [loop | ptp | loop-ptp | ptp-loop]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get FCConnMode [fp | all]
FCDataRate
Specifies the rate the FibreBridge uses, 1 Gb/sec., 2
Gb/sec. 4 Gb/sec. or auto negotiate.
Default: auto
set FCDataRate [fp | all] [1Gb | 2Gb | 4Gb | auto]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get FCDataRate [fp | all]
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FCHard
Regulates FC hard address assignment. Under soft
addressing, the FibreBridge loop address is assigned
during loop initialization. Use FCHardAddress if you
enable hard addressing.
Default: disabled
set FCHard [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get FCHard
FCHardAddress
Specifies the value used as the FC-AL hard
address. This value represents the address that
is used if hard addressing is enabled (refer to
FCHard). The range of valid FC hard address
values are 0 through 125. The all option is only
available with the get command.
Default fp1=3; fp2=4
set FCHard Address [fp | [address]]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get FCHardAddress [fp | all]
FCMultiNode (FB 2400)
Determines the reported identity of Fibre Channel ports.
When enabled, each port reports a separate unique Node
Name and logical units may be mapped to either port.
When disabled, each port reports the same Node Name
and each logical unit mapping is applied to all ports,
providing host-side failover and load balancing
capabilities.
Note
Changing this parameter causes all maps to
be deleted. Add new maps using the AutoMap
or Route commands.
Default: enabled
set FCMultiNode [enabled|disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get FCMultiNode
FCPortErrors
Displays the number of Fibre Channel errors that have
occurred since the last reboot/power-on or Reset
FCPortErrors command at the Fibre Channel
controller level.
100ms, link fault, LIPs not being recognized for 45
ms or more in the normal-initialize state, or bad
N_port state transition
Sync Loss: Number of times signal synchronization
has been lost when the controller was not in the
offline state
Signal Loss: Number of times the FC controller has
detected a loss of signal
Invalid Tx: Number of times FC controller has
detected an Invalid Transmission Word
during frame reception
Invalid CRC: Number of times the FC controller has
detected a frame received with a bad CRC
get FCPortErrors [fp | all]
FCPortList
Returns a list of available FC ports and their current
status. Valid status values are Up, Down, Failed,
Reserved and Disabled.
FCPortList
FCSCSIBusyStatus
Specifies the SCSI status value returned when the
FibreBridge is unable to accept a SCSI command
because of a temporary lack of resources. Choices are
busy and queue full.
Default: busy
set FCSCSIBusyStatus [busy | qfull]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get FCSCSIBusyStatus
FCSpeedLED2G (FB 2370E)
Configures the FC speed LED. When enabled, the LED
lights for FC speeds of 2 Gb/sec. or 4 GB/sec. and turns
off for an FC speed of 1GB/sec. When disabled, the LED
lights for an FC speed of 4 Gb/sec.and turns off for FC
speeds of 1 Gb/sec. or 2Gb/sec.
Default: disabled
set FCSpeedLED2G [enabled | disabled]
get FCSpeedLED2G
FCWWName
Reports the Word Wide Name (WWN) of the FC interface.
Each FC port has an individual and unique WWN.
get FCWWN [PortNumber]
Errors tracked:
Link Failure: Number of times link has failed due to
loss of signal, loss of synchronization for greater than
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FirmwareRestart
Causes the FibreBridge to reboot, then re-initialize its
firmware.Use the forced option to override any CLI
reservation held by other sessions.
IPGateway
Regulates/displays the current gateway. If IPDHCP is
enabled, get command reports current IP gateway
assigned by a DHCP server.
FirmwareRestart <forced>
Default: 0.0.0.0
set IPGateway [mp1] xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get IPGateway [mp1]
Help
Displays a list of available commands. If command name
is specified, displays detailed command-specific
information.
Help [command name]
IdentifyBridge
Enabling this option causes the Ready LED on the
FibreBridge to blink until the parameter is disabled.
set IdentifyBridge [enabled | disabled]
get IdentifyBridge
Info
Displays version numbers and other production
information for key components within the FibreBridge
Info
IPAddress
Controls/displays the current FibreBridge IP address.If
IPDHCP is enabled, get command reports current IP
address assigned by the DHCP server.
Default IP address: 10.0.0.1
set IPAddress [mp1] [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get IPAddress [mp1]
IPDHCP
Selecting DHCP allows the FibreBridge to request an IP
address from the network. The network must have at least
one DHCP server.
Default: enabled
set IPDHCP [mp1] [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get IPDHCP [mp1]
IPSubnetMask
Regulates/displays the current subnet mask. If IPDHCP
is enabled, get command reports current subnet mask
assigned by DHCP server.
Default: 255.255.0.0
set IPSubnetMask xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get IPSubnetMask
IsReserved
Displays the reservation status of the current
FibreBridge.
command: IsReserved
LogicalUnitAddressing
Controls the current device mapping method on the
bridge. When disabled, standard peripheral device
mapping and formatting is used. Target devices are only
made visible to the specific mapped Fibre Channel port.
When enabled, static device mapping and formatting is
achieved with a discovery bus scan at boot. All target
devices are visible to all Fibre Channel ports, with each
port sharing a common Fibre Channel Node Name.
Default: disabled
set LogicalUnitAddressing [enabled|disabled]
get LogicalUnitAddressing
MaxOpTemp (FB 2390 and FB 2400)
Regulates/displays the maximum enclosure temperature
alarm of the FibreBridge in degrees Celsius. If the
temperature of the FibreBridge rises above the maximum
MaxOpTemp, thermal control event handling
occurs.Valid entries are between 55 degrees and 70
degrees
Default: 70
set MaxOpTemp [55-70]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get MaxOpTemp
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MinOpTemp (FB 2390 and FB 2400)
Regulates/displays the minimum enclosure temperature
alarm of the FibreBridge in degrees Celsius.Valid entries
are between 0 degrees and 15 degrees
Default: 0
set MinOpTemp [0-15]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get MinOpTemp
OpTempWarn (FB 2390 and FB 2400)
Regulates/displays the number of degrees in Celsius
before a warning is sent to the user. Valid entries are
between 0 degrees and 15 degrees
Default: 5
set OpTempWarn [0-15]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get OpTempWarn
Password
Specifies password for all non-serial sessions: Telnet,
FTP and ExpressNAV interface. You are prompted for the
current password, to enter the new password, and to
confirm the new password. If local Echo is enabled,
password echoes all * characters. If VerboseMode has
been enabled, CLI requests that you re-enter the
password. When the password is all 0s, Telnet and FTP do
not validate the password and MD5 authentication is
disabled.Configure an empty password by pressing the
Enter key when prompted for the new password and the
new password confirmation.Passwords are case sensitive
and can be 1-32 characters long with no spaces.
Default: Password
set Password
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
Performance
Returns the performance data for the FC port you specify.
Data includes the average rate (MB per sec.) and number
of I/Os measured over the previous sampling period
where a sampling period is approximately one second.
Successful SCSI Read (08h, 28h) and Write (Oah, 2Ah)
commands are considered I/Os.Reported performance
may be affected by FC port and SCSI bus availability and
saturation, SCSI device speeds and overall system use.
get Performance <fp>
Ping
Sends an ICMP echo request to the specified host.
ReadOnlyPassword
Specifies password for all non-serial sessions: Telnet,
FTP and ExpressNAV interface. ReadOnlyPassword is
case sensitive, 0 to 32 characters, and cannot contain
spaces. Configure an empty password by not specifying
one.
Default: Password
set ReadOnlyPassword
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
ReadOnlyUsername
Specifies user name for all Telnet, FTP and ExpressNAV
user management console sessions. Username is case
insensitive, 1-32 characters, no spaces.
Default: User
set ReadOnlyUsername
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get ReadOnlyUsername
Reserve
Prevents other CLI sessions from modifying the
FibreBridge. When the FibreBridge services interface is
reserved, set commands are unavailable but get
commands are available. At least one service interface
always has access to the FibreBridge at all times. This
interface always reports RELEASED status, since it
may issue set commands. Reservation of the FibreBridge
is implicit: if the configuration is changed by any user of
CLI sessions, the FibreBridge becomes RESERVED.
Executing a SaveConfiguration command,
RestoreConfiguration or FirmwareRestart forced
releases the FibreBridge so that other devices may modify
it.
Reserve
Reset FCPortErrors
Resets all FC error counts for the specified port to zero.
Refer to FCPortErrors.
command: ResetFCPortErrors [fp | all]
RestoreConfiguration
Restores configuration to either the default configuration
or the configuration last saved into non-volatile memory.
The saved option undoes any changes made since the last
save.
RestoreConfiguration [Default | Saved]
Ping [mp1] [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] <count <size>>
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Route
Assigns a Fibre Channel address to a target destination
device. If you try to map a new SCSI BTL to the same FC
LUN, the new BTL overwrites the previous map. Using
the delete identifier removes the map from its table. If
VerboseMode has been enabled, overwriting an existing
map requires secondary confirmation.
Route FC [fp] [lun] [SCSI <sb st sl> | Bridge | Delete ]
RouteDisplay
Displays a list of Fibre Channel to SCSI address
mappings on the FibreBridge.
RouteDisplay FC <fp> <lun>
SaveConfiguration
Many commands require a SaveConfiguration
command to be executed as indicated by the return
Ready. *. When you invoke a SaveConfiguration
command, the current configuration is permanently saved
in the FibreBridge and the new configuration becomes
the active configuration. If a firmware restart is required
to make the requested change permanent, you are asked
to confirm the restart. You can override this request by
indicating the override value on the command line. You
may make several changes through commands before
implementing the restart, but once you have restarted the
FibreBridge, all the command changes created before the
restart and save are implemented. If you select the restart
option, the FibreBridge executes its complete start up
cycle.
SCSIInitID
Specifies or reports the SCSI initiator ID on the specified
SCSI port as found in NVRAM. All maps coinciding with
the user-specified SCSIInitID are destroyed after the
command completes.
Default: 7
set SCSIInitID [sb [0-15] ]
get SCSIInitID
SCSIPortBusSpeed
Controls the transfer rate at which the FibreBridge
negotiates with its SCSI devices. Valid options are Fast
SCSI, Ultra SCSI, Ultra 2 SCSI, Ultra 3 SCSI and Ultra
4 SCSI. Ultra2 and Ultra 3 are valid only if the
FibreBridge has LVD-capable SCSI ports.
Default: ultra320
set SCSIPortBusSpeed [sb [ fast | ultra | ultra2 | ultra160
| ultra320]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SCSIPortBusSpeed [sb]
SCSIPortList
Returns a list of available SCSI ports and their current
status. Valid status values are OK and Failed
SCSIPortList
SCSIPortReset
Resets the specified SCSI bus.
SCSIPortReset [sb]
SaveConfiguration <Restart | NoRestart>
SCSIPortResetOnStartup
Specifies if the SCSI port should be reset on power-up.
SCSIDomainValidation
Runs domain validation tests on the SCSI system which
may detect problems with SCSI cables, termination or
damaged transceivers. Disable VirtualDriveResponse
before running the test If tape drives are attached to the
FibreBridge, ensure they are loaded with media: media is
not overwritten with this test. Reboot the FibreBridge
after running this test.
Default: enabled
set SCSIPortResetOnStartup [sb [enabled | disabled] ]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SCSIPortResetOnStartup [sb]
SCSIDomainValidation
SCSIPortSelTimeout
Controls the time in milliseconds that the unit waits for a
response from a device on the specified SCSI port after a
selection request.
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If you set this value too low, failures may
occur during normal operation.
Default: 250
set SCSIPortSelTimeout [sb] [ 250 | 128 | 64 | 32 | 16 | 8
|4|2|1]
get SCSIPortSelTimeout [sb]
SCSIPortSyncTransfer
Specifies whether synchronous SCSI transfers should be
negotiated with devices on the specified SCSI port.
Default: enabled
set SCSIPortSyncTransfer [sb ] [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SCSIPortSyncTransfer [sb]
SCSIPortTermination
Configures/reports the SCSI internal termination of the
SCSI port identified on the FibreBridge.Enabling
termination allows the FibreBridge to act as a terminator
at the end of a SCSI chain.
SerialNumber
Reports the FibreBridge serial number. The serial
number, unique for each FibreBridge, is a 13-character
field. The first seven alphanumeric characters are an
abbreviation of the FibreBridge name while the
remaining six numbers are the individual FibreBridge
board’s number.
get SerialNumber
SerialPortBaudRate
Configures/reports the baud rate for the FibreBridge RS232 serial port or header. The number of data bits per
character is fixed at 8 with no parity. Choices are 9600,
19200, 38400, 57600 and 115200
Default: 115200
set SerialPortBaudRate [9600 |19200 |38400 | 57600
|115200]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get SerialPortBaudRate
Default: enabled
set SCSIPortTermination [sb] [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SCSIPortTermination [sb]
SerialPortEcho
Control/reports the status of the display of keyboard
input. When enabled, all non-control character keyboard
input is output to the display. Local ASCII terminal (or
terminal emulator) echo settings should be set to
disabled while using SerialPortEcho enabled
SCSIPortWideTransfer
Specifies whether wide SCSI transfers should be
negotiated. Enabled allows wide transfer negotiation
Default: enabled
set SerialPortEcho [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get SerialPortEcho
Default: enabled
set SCSIPortWideTransfer [sb] [enabled | disabled ]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SCSIPortWideTransfer
SCSITargetLUNs
Controls the maximum number of SCSI LUNs per target
the FibreBridge queries during a SCSI bus scan.
Default: 8
set SCSITargetLUNs [sb] {8 | 64]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SCSITargetLUNs [sb]
SNMP
Controls whether or not SNMP functions on the
FibreBridge.
SNMP [enabled | disabled]
Default: enabled
SNMPDumpMIB
Displays the contents of the ATTO FibreBridge private
SNMP MIB to the current CLI session. Consult your
network administrator for further assistance with SNMP.
SNMPDumpMIB
SCSITargets
Lists the physical devices connected and running on the
specified SCSI port.
SCSITargets [sb]
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SNMPExtendedTraps
Controls Extended SNMP trap functioning such as device
transition and device error. Consult your network
administrator for further assistance with SNMP.
Default: disabled
set SNMPExtendedTraps [enabled | disabled]
get SNMPExtendedTraps
SNMPTrapAddress
Sets/displays the IP trap addresses and levels.Consult
your network administrator for further assistance with
SNMP.
Index: value between 1 and 6
IPAddress: standard IP address for the host receiving
messages; must be in the same subnet as the
FibreBridge
Trap Level: severity required for an event to trigger a
trap:
None: no traps are sent to the address
ALL: all triggering events are sent
Warning: warning and critical events are sent
Critical: only critical events trigger a trap
Default: 0.0.0.0 none
set SNMPTrapAddress [Index] [IPAddress] [None | All |
Warning | Critical ]
get SNMPTrapAddress [index]
SNMPTraps
Controls SNMP trap functions.Consult your network
administrator for further assistance with SNMP.
Default: disabled
set SNMPTraps [enabled | disabled]
get SNMPTraps
SNTP
Controls whether the FibreBridge contacts a specified
SNTP time server to initialize or synchronize the time.
Default: enabled
set SNTP [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get SNTP
SNTPServer
Controls/displays the main IP address of the SNTP time
server. If the FibreBridge is unable to contact the
specified SNTP timeserver within 30 seconds, the
FibreBridge tries to contact the first auxiliary SNTP time
server. If not successful, the FibreBridge tries to contact
the second auxiliary server. If not successful, the
FibreBridge continues to keep time based on the most
recent SNTP time server, physical RTC or manual
initialization or synchronization
Auxiliary time servers included:
......129.6.15.28 (time-a.nist.gov)
......132.163.4.101 (time-a.timefreq.blrdoc.gov)
Default: 192.43.244.18 (time.nist.gov)
set SNTPServer xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Requires a SaveConfiguration Restart command
get SNTPServer
SpeedWrite
SpeedWrite is a method to improve the performance of
WRITE commands to SCSI tape devices attached to the
FibreBridge. You can specify the SCSI bus, target and
LUN of a mapped device or specify all to control the state
of all currently mapped SCSI devices.
Default: all disabled
set SpeedWrite SCSI [sb st sl | all] [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SpeedWrite SCSI [sb st sl | all]
SpeedWriteDefault
Specifies the state of SpeedWrite for any SCSI devices
mapped manually or using an AutoMap command. If
enabled, any new SCSI device uses SpeedWrite
automatically.
Default: disabled
set SpeedWriteDefault [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get SpeedWriteDefault
TailEventLog
Displays new events to the terminal. Type quit
and press Enter to exit.
TailEventLog
Temperature (FB 2390 and FB 2400)
Displays the current internal temperature of the
FibreBridge in degrees Celsius.
get Temperature
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Time
Controls/displays the time in a 24-hour format. The
default time is 00:00:00 and is accurate until the
FibreBridge is reset or power-cycled when it returns to
the default.Time cannot be set if SNTP is enabled.
VerboseMode
Specifies the detail of feedback for the command line
interface. Disabling this option removes parameter
names from action commands and removes descriptions
from information commands.
Default: 0:00:00
set Time [HH :MM :SS]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get Time
Default: enabled (returns have parameter information)
set VerboseMode [enabled | disabled]
get VerboseMode
TimeZone
Controls/displays the time zone if SNTP is disabled.
Setting may be EST, CST, MST PST or a numerical offset
from GMT in the format +/- HH:MM. When SNTP is
enabled, applies the time zone setting to the time retrieved
from a specified SNTP time server to determine local
time.
Default: EST
set TimeZone [EST | CST | MST | PST | [+ / - HH : MM]]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get TimeZone
TraceLog
When enabled, records various system events to the trace
log.
Default: disabled
set TraceLog [enabled | disabled]
get TraceLog
TraceLogFilter
Filters the display of data for specific FibreBridge ports
when TraceLog is enabled.
Default: all all all
set TraceLogFilter [FC | SCSI | all] [fp | sb | all] [none |
ChkCond | all]
get TraceLogFilter [FC | SCSI | all] [fp | sb | all ]
Username
Specifies user name for all Telnet, FTP and ExpressNAV
user management console sessions. Username is case
insensitive, 1-32 characters, no spaces
Default: root
set Username
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get Username
VirtualDriveResponse
Provides proxy responses to SCSI INQUIRY and TEST
UNIT READY commands if a SCSI device is in a timeout
or busy. Host systems may then assign devices
consistently despite the device’s state during execution of
SCSI commands.
Default: disabled
set VirtualDriveResponse [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get VirtualDriveResponse
Voltage (FB 2350 and FB 2400)
Displays the voltage levels monitored by the FibreBridge.
VDDA: +3.31 V
VDDB: +2.49 V
VDDC: +1.5V
VDDD: +1.35V
ALL: all monitored voltages
get Voltage [VDDA | VDDB | VDDC | VDDD | all]
WrapEventLog
When enabled, the FibreBridge logs up to 2,048 event
entries before wrapping (overwriting the first entries). If
disabled, the FibreBridge stops logging event entries
when the buffer is full.
Default: enabled
set WrapEventLog [enabled | disabled]
Requires a SaveConfiguration command
get WrapEventLog
WrapTraceLog
When enabled, the FibreBridge logs up to 2,048 trace
entries before wrapping (overwriting the first entries). If
disabled, the FibreBridge stops logging trace entries
when the buffer is full.
Default: enabled
set WrapTraceLog [enabled | disabled]
get WrapTraceLog
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zModem
Allows transfer of a firmware image to or from the
FibreBridge using the zModem file transfer protocol.
Available only through the RS232 interface.
zModem [Send filename | Receive]
CAUTION
After a firmware image is downloaded to
the FibreBridge, the image is placed into
flash memory. During this time (about 30
seconds), DO NOT remove power to the
FibreBridge or the flash may become
corrupted.
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Appendix C
Standards and compliances
The equipment described in this manual generates and uses radio frequency energy. If this equipment
is not used in strict accordance with the manufacturer's instruction, it can and may cause interference
with radio and television reception. Refer to the ATTO FibreBridge Technical Specification sheet for
your particular model for a full list of certifications for that model.
FCC Standards: Radio and Television Interference
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits
for a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules.
These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with
the instruction manual, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference in which case the user will be
required to correct the interference at own expense.
If this equipment does cause interference to radio and television reception, which can be determined by
turning the equipment off and on, try to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
•
Move the receiving antenna.
•
Relocate the bridge with respect to the receiver,
or move the bridge away from the receiver.
•
Plug the computer into a different outlet so the
computer and receiver are on different branch
circuits.
•
If necessary, consult an ATTO authorized
dealer, ATTO Technical Support Staff, or an
experienced radio/television technician for
additional suggestions.
The booklet How to Identify and Resolve Radio/TV Interference Problems prepared by the Federal
Communications Commission is a helpful guide. It is available from the US Government printing office,
Washington, DC 20402, Stock No. 004-000-00345-4.
Canadian Standards
This Class A digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe A est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du
Canada.
European Standards
Declaration of Conformity
This following statement applies to the ATTO FibreBridge.
This device has been tested in the basic operating configuration and found to be compliant with the
following European Union standards:
Application of Council Directive: 89/336/EEC
Standard(s) to which conformity is declared: EN55022, EN50082-1, EN60950
In addition the FibreBridge 2370E conforms to EN55024.
This Declaration will only be valid when this product is used in conjunction with other CE approved
devices and when the entire system is tested to the applicable CE standards and found to be compliant.
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The ATTO FibreBridge 2370E, 2390 and 2400 comply with Directive 2002/95/EC
on the Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic
Equipment (RoHS).
Certification for the FibreBridge 2400 only
This is a Class A product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference by
Information Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this equipment is used in a domestic environment, radio
interference may occur, in which case, the user may be required to take corrective actions.
UL60950-1/CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1
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Appendix D
Warranty, contact information
Manufacturer limited warranty
Manufacturer warrants to the original purchaser
of this product that it will be free from defects in
material and workmanship as described in the
ATTO Technology website, www.attotech.com.
Manufacturer liability shall be limited to
replacing or repairing, at its option, any defective
product. There will be no charge for parts or labor
should Manufacturer determine that this product
is defective.
Products which have been subject to abuse,
misuse, alteration, neglected, or have been
serviced, repaired or installed by unauthorized
personnel shall not be covered under this warranty
provision. Damage resulting from incorrect
connection or an inappropriate application of this
product shall not be the responsibility of
Manufacturer. Manufacturer’s liability is limited
to Manufacturer’s product(s); damage to other
equipment connected to Manufacturer’s
product(s) will be the customer’s responsibility.
This warranty is made in lieu of any other
warranty, express or implied. Manufacturer
disclaims any implied warranties of
merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.
Manufacturer’s responsibility to repair or replace
a defective product is the sole and exclusive
remedy provided to the customer for breech of
this warranty. Manufacturer will not be liable for
any indirect, special, incidental, or consequential
damages irrespective of whether Manufacturer
has advance notice of the possibility of such
damages. No Manufacturer dealer, agent or
employee is authorized to make any modification,
extension or addition to this warranty.
Contact ATTO Technology, Inc.
Customer service, sales and technical support are
available by phone Monday through Friday, 8
a.m. to 5 p.m EST., or by fax and web site 24hours a day.
ATTO Technology, Inc.
155 CrossPoint Parkway
Amherst, New York 14068
(716) 691-1999 • voice
(716) 691-9353 • fax
http://www.attotech.com
ATTO Technology can also be reached via e-mail
at the following addresses:
Sales Support:
sls@attotech.com
Technical Support: techsupp@attotech.com
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