FWA8206 Series Network Appliance User
FWA8206 Series
Network Appliance
User′s Manual
Version: 1.1
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction ................................................................................................................... 3
Chapter 2
System Specification ................................................................................................... 4
Chapter 3
Hardware Configuration.............................................................................................. 5
Chapter 4
Console Mode Information ......................................................................................... 7
Chapter 5
Opening the chassis .................................................................................................... 9
Chapter 6
Removing and Installing DIMM ............................................................................... 10
Chapter 7
Removing and Installing CompactFlash Card ..................................................... 11
Chapter 8
Removing and Installing the Battery ..................................................................... 12
Chapter 9
Installing the 3.5” HDD .............................................................................................. 13
Chapter 10 Installing the 2.5” HDD .............................................................................................. 14
Chapter 11 BIOS Information ........................................................................................................ 15
Chapter 12 Bypass Information .................................................................................................... 28
Chapter 13 Factory Default Information ..................................................................................... 31
Chapter 14 GPO LED Information ................................................................................................ 33
Chapter 15 System Architecture .................................................................................................. 36
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Foreword
To prevent damage to the system board, please handle it with care and follow the measures below,
which are generally sufficient to protect your equipment from static electricity discharge:
When handling the board, use a grounded wrist strap designed for static discharge elimination grounded
to a metal object before removing the board from the antistatic bag. Handle the board by its edges only;
do not touch its components, peripheral chips, memory modules or gold contacts.
When handling processor chips or memory modules, avoid touching their pins or gold edge fingers.
Return the Network Appliance system board and peripherals back into the antistatic bag when not in use
or not installed in the chassis.
Some circuitry on the system board can continue to operate even though the power is switched off.
Under no circumstances should the Lithium battery cell used to power the real-time clock be allowed to
be shorted. The battery cell may heat up under these conditions and present a burn hazard.
WARNING!
1. "CAUTION: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY REPLACED.
REPLACE ONLY WITH SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE RECOMMENDED BY THE
MANUFACTURER. DISCARD USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS"
2. This guide is for technically qualified personnel who have experience installing and configuring
system boards. Disconnect the system board power supply from its power source before you
connect/disconnect cables or install/remove any system board components. Failure to do this can
result in personnel injury or equipment damage.
3. Avoid short-circuiting the lithium battery; this can cause it to superheat and cause burns if touched.
4. Do not operate the processor without a thermal solution. Damage to the processor can occur in
seconds.
5. Do not block air vents at least minimum 1/2-inch clearance required.
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Chapter 1
Introduction
The FWA8206 series was specifically designed for the network security &
management market.
Network Security Applications:
• Firewall
• Virtual Private Network
• Proxy Server
• Caching Server
Network Management Applications:
• Load balancing
• Quality of Service
• Remote Access Service
The FWA network appliance product line covers the spectrum from offering
platforms designed for :
• SOHO
• SMB
• Enterprise
Each product is designed to address the distinctive requirements of its
respective market segment from cost effective entry-level solutions to
high throughput and performance-bound systems for the Enterprise level.
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Chapter 2
System Specification
Project Name
FWA8206
Construction
19” 1U Rackmount
Processor
Intel® Core 2 Quad / Core 2 Duo / Core 2 Extreme
Conroe,
Conroe-L,
Conroe
XE,
Allendale,
Wolfdale,
Kentsfield, Kentsfield XE, Yorkfield XE processors.
With FSB 800/1066/1333 MHz
Memory
Support DDR2 667/800 SDRAM, up to 8GB
Chipset
North Bridge : Intel Q35
South Bridge : Intel ICH9 I/O Controller Hub
Ethernet
Onboard:
Intel® 82574L Gigabit Ethernet controllers x6 with RJ-45
connector
Eth0 & Eth1 with hardware Bypass
Expansion slots
PCI expansion slot x2
Storages
Support 3.5” SATA HDD x1 , CF card x1 , DOM x1
Front I/O
USB 2.0 ports x 2
DB-9 x 1 for Console
Power LED
HDD Access LED
Bypass LED
GPO LED ID1~5
Factory Default switch
Reset switch
Support LCM/Key pad module (IBASE proprietary)
Hardware Monitor
Voltage, Temperature
Power Supply
300W ATX, Full Range
Dimensions
88 mm (H) x 430 mm (W) x mm (D)
Operating
Environment
Temperature : 0 ~ 40℃
Humidity : 20% ~ 90%
Storage Environment Temperature : 0 ~ 70℃
Humidity : 5% ~ 95%
Chapter 3
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Hardware Configuration
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CPU board layout
Jumper Setting
JP16:
Clear
CMOS
Contents
JP16:1-2 Normal (Default)
JP1,
JP2:
Watchdog
Timer
&
LAN1/LAN2
Bypass
Settings
JP1 & JP2 : JP2 Pin 1-2 & 3-4 Open JP1 Pin 1-2 Closed
System will bypass LANs upon the time
out of watchdog timer
2-3 Clear CMOS
JP1 & JP2 : JP2 Pin 1-2 & 3-4 OpenJP1 Pin 2-3 Closed
System LANs bypass function controlled by SIO
GPIO15.
JP1 & JP2 : JP2 Pin 1-2 & 3-4 ClosedJP1 Pin 1-2 Closed (Default)
System will reboot upon the time out of watchdog
timer.
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JP9 : Configure and Recovery (Factory use only)
Pin 1-2 Short/Closed: Normal (default)
Pin 2-3 Short/Closed: Configure
JP17:Power ON Setting
Pin 1-2 Short/Closed: Power on by power supply AC
on
Pin 2-3 Short/Closed: Power on by system button
Open: Recovery
Rear Panel Features
Front Panel Features
Note :
The NBP LED means None ByPass function.
If NBP LED turns on, it indicates Normal mode.
If NBP LED turns off, it indicates Bypass mode.
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Chapter 4
Console Mode Information
FWA8206 supports output information via Console in BIOS level.
Prepare a computer as client loaded with an existing OS such Windows XP.
Connect client computer and FWA8206 with NULL Modem cable.
Follow the steps below to configure the Windows Hyper Terminal application setting:
1. For executing the Hyper Terminal, issue command “hypertrm”.
2. Customize your name for the new connection.
3. Choose the COM port on the client computer for the connection.
4. Please make the port settings to Baud rate 19200, Parity None, Data bits 8, Stop bits 1
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5. Power up the FWA8206, and the screen will display the following information.
6. Press <Tab> key to enter BIOS setup screen in Console mode.
Press <Del> key to enter BIOS setup screen in VGA mode.
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Chapter 5
Open the chassis
1. Loosen the two screws of the chassis
on the back to remove the top lead
(Fig. 5-1).
Fig. 5-1 Take off screws
2. The top lead (Fig. 5-2) can be removed from the base stand (Fig. 5-3).
Fig. 5-2 The top lead
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Fig. 5-3 The base stand
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Chapter 6
Removing and Installing DIMM
Follow these steps to upgrade RAM module:
1. Install the system memory by pulling the socket’s arm and pressing it into the slot gently.
(Fig. 6-1, 6-2)
Fig. 6-1 Eject a DIMM module
Fig. 6-2 Install DIMM
Note:
1.
FWA8206 series support two groups of dual channels memory.
One group is on the black DIMM sockets and the other one is on the blue DIMM sockets.
(Fig. 6-3)
2.
If you would like to upgrade the memory modules, we suggest the height of memory
modules don’t exceed 30mm.
Fig. 6-3 DIMM sockets
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Chapter 7
Removing and Installing CompactFlash Card
1. Insert the Compact Flash Card (Fig. 7-1) into the CF interface (Fig. 7-2).
Fig. 7-1 Compact Flash Card
Fig. 7-2 Insert Compact Flash Card into the CF
interface
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2. The completed installation of
CompactFlash Card is shown
in Fig. 7-3.
Fig. 7-3 Completion of Compact Flash Card
connection
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Chapter 8
Removing and Installing the Battery
1.
Press the metal clip back to eject the button battery (Fig. 8-1).
2.
Replace it with a new one by pressing the battery with fingertip to restore the battery (Fig. 8-2).
Fig. 8-1 Eject the battery
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Fig. 8-2 Restore the battery
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Chapter 9
Installing the 3.5” HDD
Follow the steps below to install the 3.5” HDD:
Fig. 9-1 Push the four shock-absorbent pads to
fasten HDD bracket.
Fig. 9-2 Fasten the four screws to lock HDD and
bracket together.
Fig. 9-3 Connect SATA cable and power
connector to 3.5” HDD
Fig. 9-4 Connect SATA cable to MB935
Fig. 9-5 Fixed HDD bracket and Fix two
screws back
Fig. 9-6 Fix all four screws back
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Chapter 10 Install 2.5” HDD
Follow the steps below to install the 2.5” HDD:
Fig. 10-1 Push the eight shock-absorbent pads
to fasten HDD bracket.
Fig. 10-2 Fasten the four screws to lock 2.5”
HDD bracket and bracket together.
Fig. 10-3 Fasten the four screws to lock 2.5”
HDD and bracket together.
Fig. 10-4 Connect SATA cable and power
connector to 2.5” HDD
Fig. 10-5 Connect SATA cable to MB935
Fig. 10-6 Fixed HDD bracket and Fix two screws
back
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Chapter 11 BIOS Information
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Standard CMOS Features
Frequency/Voltage Control
Advanced BIOS Features
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
Advanced Chipset
Load Optimized Defaults
Features
Integrated Peripherals
Set Supervisor Password
Power Management Setup
Set User Password
PnP/PCI Configurations
Save & Exit Setup
PC Health Status
Exit Without Saving
ESC : Quit
Ç È Æ Å : Select Item
F10 : Save & Exit Setup
Time, Date, Hard Disk Type…
The section below the setup items of the Main Menu displays the control keys for this menu. At the bottom of the
Main Menu just below the control keys section, there is another section, which displays information on the currently
highlighted item in the list.
Note:
If the system cannot boot after making and saving
system changes with Setup, the Award BIOS supports
an override to the CMOS settings that resets your
system to its default.
Warning It is strongly recommended that you avoid making any
:
changes to the chipset defaults. These defaults have
been carefully chosen by both Award and your system
manufacturer to provide the absolute maximum
performance and reliability. Changing the defaults
could cause the system to become unstable and crash
in some cases.
Standard CMOS Setup
“Standard CMOS Setup” choice allows you to record some basic hardware configurations in your computer system
and set the system clock and error handling. If the motherboard is already installed in a working system, you will not
need to select this option. You will need to run the Standard CMOS option, however, if you change your system
hardware configurations, the onboard battery fails, or the configuration stored in the CMOS memory was lost or
damaged.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Standard CMOS Features
Date (mm:dd:yy)
Time (hh:mm:ss)
Thu, May 21, 2001
00 : 00 : 00
Item Help
Menu Level
IDE Channel 0 Master
IDE Channel 0 Slave
IDE Channel 1 Master
IDE Channel 1 Slave
None
None
None
None
Change the day, month,
Year and century
Video
Halt On
EGA/VGA
All Errors
Base Memory
Extended Memory
Total Memory
640K
129024K
130048K
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At the bottom of the menu are the control keys for use on this menu. If you need any help in each item field, you
can press the <F1> key. It will display the relevant information to help you. The memory display at the lower righthand side of the menu is read-only. It will adjust automatically according to the memory changed. The following
describes each item of this menu.
Date
The date format is:
Day :
Sun to Sat
Month :
1 to 12
Date :
1 to 31
Year :
1994 to 2079
To set the date, highlight the “Date” field and use the PageUp/ PageDown or +/- keys to set the current time.
Time
The time format is:
Hour :
00 to 23
Minute :
00 to 59
Second :
00 to 59
To set the time, highlight the “Time” field and use the <PgUp>/ <PgDn> or +/- keys to set the current time.
IDE Primary HDDs / IDE Secondary HDDs
The onboard PCI IDE connectors provide Primary and Secondary channels for connecting up to four IDE hard disks
or other IDE devices. Each channel can support up to two hard disks; the first is the “Master” and the second is the
“Slave”.
Press <Enter> to configure the hard disk. The selections include Auto, Manual, and None. Select ‘Manual’ to define
the drive information manually. You will be asked to enter the following items.
CYLS :
HEAD :
PRECOMP :
LANDZ :
SECTOR :
Number of cylinders
Number of read/write heads
Write precompensation
Landing zone
Number of sectors
The Access Mode selections are as follows:
Auto
Normal (HD < 528MB)
Large (for MS-DOS only)
LBA (HD > 528MB and supports Logical Block Addressing)
Video
This field selects the type of video display card installed in your system. You can choose the following video display
cards:
EGA/VGA
For EGA, VGA, SEGA, SVGA or PGA monitor adapters. (default)
CGA 40
Power up in 40 column mode.
CGA 80
Power up in 80 column mode.
MONO
For Hercules or MDA adapters.
Halt On
This field determines whether or not the system will halt if an error is detected during power up.
No errors
The system boot will not be halted for any error that may be detected.
All errors
Whenever the BIOS detects a non-fatal error, the system will stop and you will be
prompted.
All, But Keyboard
The system boot will not be halted for a keyboard error; it will stop for all other errors
All, But Diskette
The system boot will not be halted for a disk error; it will stop for all other errors.
All, But Disk/Key
The system boot will not be halted for a key- board or disk error; it will stop for all others.
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Advanced BIOS Features
This section allows you to configure and improve your system and allows you to set up some system features
according to your preference.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Advanced BIOS Features
CPU Feature
Hard Disk Boot Priority
Virus Warning
CPU L1 and L2 Cache
CPU L3 Cache
Hyper-threading Technology
Quick Power On Self Test
First Boot Device
Second Boot Device
Third Boot Device
Boot Other Device
Boot Up Numlock Status
Gate A20 Option
Typematic Rate Setting
Typematic Rate (chars/Sec)
Typematic Delay (Msec)
Security Option
APIC Mode
MPS Version Control for OS
OS Select For DRAM>64MB
Console Redirection
Baud Rate
Agent connect via
Agent wait time(min)
Agent after boot
Report No FDD For WIN 95
Small Logo (EPA) Show
Press Enter
Press Enter
Disabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
USB-FDD
Hard Disk
LAN
Enabled
On
Fast
Disabled
6
250
Setup
Enabled
1.4
Non-OS2
Enable
19200
NULL
1
Disabled
Yes
Enabled
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
Select Hard Disk Boot
Device Priority
Hard Disk Boot Priority
This item allows you to set the priority for hard disk boot. When you press enter, the selections shows the current
hard disks used in your system as well as the “Bootable Add-in Card” that is relevant to other boot sources media
such as SCSI cards and LAN cards.
CPU L1 and L2 Cache
Cache memory is additional memory that is much faster than conventional DRAM (system memory). CPUs from
486-type on up contain internal cache memory, and most, but not all, modern PCs have additional (external) cache
memory. When the CPU requests data, the system transfers the requested data from the main DRAM into cache
memory, for even faster access by the CPU. These items allow you to enable (speed up memory access) or disable
the cache function. By default, these items are Enabled.
Hyper-Threading Technology
This feature is enabled when your processor supports Hyper-Threading Technology. Otherwise, this field will be
hidden.
Quick Power On Self Test
When enabled, this field speeds up the Power On Self Test (POST) after the system is turned on. If it is set to
Enabled, BIOS will skip some items.
First/Second/Third Boot Device
These fields determine the drive that the system searches first for an operating system. The options available
include Floppy, LS120, Hard Disk, CDROM, ZIP100, USB-FDD, USB-CDROM and Disable.
Boot Other Device
These fields allow the system to search for an operating system from other devices other than the ones selected in
the First/Second/Third Boot Device.
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Boot Up NumLock Status
This allows you to activate the NumLock function after you power up the system.
Gate A20 Option
This field allows you to select how Gate A20 is worked. Gate A20 is a device used to address memory above 1 MB.
Typematic Rate Setting
When disabled, continually holding down a key on your keyboard will generate only one instance. When enabled,
you can set the two typematic controls listed next. By default, this field is set to Disabled.
Typematic Rate (Chars/Sec)
When the typematic rate is enabled, the system registers repeated keystrokes speeds. Settings are from 6 to 30
characters per second.
Typematic Delay (Msec)
When the typematic rate is enabled, this item allows you to set the time interval for displaying the first and second
characters. By default, this item is set to 250msec.
Security Option
This field allows you to limit access to the System and Setup. The default value is Setup. When you select System,
the system prompts for the User Password every time you boot up. When you select Setup, the system always
boots up and prompts for the Supervisor Password only when the Setup utility is called up.
APIC Mode
APIC stands for Advanced Programmable Interrupt Controller. The default setting is Enabled.
MPS Version Control for OS
This option is specifies the MPS (Multiprocessor Specification) version for your operating system. MPS version 1.4
added extended configuration tables to improve support for multiple PCI bus configurations and improve future
expandability. The default setting is 1.4.
OS Select for DRAM > 64MB
This option allows the system to access greater than 64MB of DRAM memory when used with OS/2 that depends
on certain BIOS calls to access memory. The default setting is Non-OS/2.
Console Redirection
Set the Console Redirection from COM port to UNIX terminal on BIOS boot up.
Default : Enabled
Baud Rate
The default value of the Baud Rate is 19200.
Agent Connect Via
By default, this item is set to NULL.
Agent Wait Time (min)
By default, the Agent Wait Time is set to 1 minute.
Agent After Boot
By default, this field is disabled.
Report No FDD For WIN 95
If you are using Windows 95/98 without a floppy disk drive, select Enabled to release IRQ6. This is required to pass
Windows 95/98's SCT test. You should also disable the Onboard FDC Controller in the Integrated Peripherals
screen when there's no floppy drive in the system. If you set this feature to Disabled, the BIOS will not report the
missing floppy drive to Win95/98.
Small Logo (EPA) Show
The EPA logo appears at the right side of the monitor screen when the system is boot up. The default setting is
Disabled.
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Advanced Chipset Features
This Setup menu controls the configuration of the chipset.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Advanced Chipset Features
DRAM Timing Selectable
CAS Latency Time
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay
DRAM RAS# Precharge
Precharge Delay
SLP_S4# Assertion Width
System Memory Frequency
System BIOS Cacheable
Video BIOS Cacheable
Memory Hole at 15M-16M
PCI Express Root
On-Chip Video Memory
On-Chip Frame Buffer Size Memory
DVMT Version
FIXED Memory Size
DVMT Memory Size
Boot Display
By SPD
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
Auto
Enabled
Enabled
Disabled
Press Enter
Press Enter
8MB
DVMT 3.0
64MB
64MB
Auto
DRAM Timing Selectable
This option refers to the method by which the DRAM timing is selected. The default is By SPD.
CAS Latency Time
You can configure CAS latency time in HCLKs as 2 or 2.5 or 3. The system board designer should set the values in
this field, depending on the DRAM installed. Do not change the values in this field unless you change specifications
of the installed DRAM or the installed CPU.
DRAM RAS# to CAS# Delay
This option allows you to insert a delay between the RAS (Row Address Strobe) and CAS (Column Address Strobe)
signals. This delay occurs when the SDRAM is written to, read from or refreshed. Reducing the delay improves the
performance of the SDRAM.
DRAM RAS# Precharge
This option sets the number of cycles required for the RAS to accumulate its charge before the SDRAM refreshes.
The default setting for the Active to Precharge Delay is Auto.
Precharge Delay
The default setting for the Precharge Delay is Auto.
System Memory Frequency
This field sets the frequency of the DRAM memory installed. The default setting is Auto. The other settings are
DDR266, DDR333, DDR320 and DDR400.
System BIOS Cacheable
The setting of Enabled allows caching of the system BIOS ROM at F000h-FFFFFh, resulting in better system
performance. However, if any program writes to this memory area, a system error may result.
Video BIOS Cacheable
The Setting Enabled allows caching of the video BIOS ROM at C0000h-F7FFFh, resulting in better video
performance. However, if any program writes to this memory area, a system error may result.
Memory Hole At 15M-16M
In order to improve performance, certain space in memory can be reserved for ISA cards. This memory must be
On-Chip Frame Buffer Size Memory
Allow user to select the amount of system memory pre-allocated by the internal graphics device.
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Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Integrated Peripherals
On-Chip IDE Device
Onboard Device
SuperIO Device
Onboard LAN Boot
2nd SuperIO Device
Press Enter
Press Enter
Press Enter
Press Enter
Press Enter
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
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OnChip IDE Device
Enabled
IDE Block Mode
Enabled
IDE DMA transfer access
Enabled
On-Chip Primary PCI IDE
Auto
IDE Primary Master PIO
Auto
IDE Primary Slave PIO
Auto
IDE Primary Master UDMA
Auto
IDE Primary Slave UDMA
Enabled
On-Chip Secondary PCI IDE
Auto
IDE Secondary Master PIO
Auto
IDE Secondary Slave PIO
Auto
IDE Secondary Master
UDMA
Auto
IDE Secondary Slave
UDMA
*** On-Chip Serial ATA Setting ***
IDE
SATA Mode
Auto
On-Chip Serial ATA
SATA0 master
Serial ATA Port0 Mode
Serial ATA Port1 Mode
SATA1 master
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
If your IDE hard drive
supports block mode select
Enabled for automatic
detection of the optimal
number of block read/writes
per sector the drive can
support
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Onboard Device
USB Controller
USB 2.0 Controller
USB Keyboard Support
AC97 Audio
Enabled
Enable
Enable
Auto
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
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SuperIO Device
Power On Function
KB Power On Password
Hot Key Power On
Onboard FDC Controller
Onboard Serial Port 1
Onboard Serial Port 2
UART Mode Select
RxD , TxD Active
IR Transmission Delay
UR2 Duplex Mode
Use IR Pins
PWRON After PWR-Fail
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Enter
Ctrl-F1
Enabled
3F8/IRQ4
2F8/IRQ3
Normal
Hi, Lo
Enabled
Half
IR-Rx2Tx2
On
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
20
IDE HDD Block Mode
This field allows your hard disk controller to use the fast block mode to transfer data to and from your hard disk
drive.
IDE DMA Transfer Access
Allows IDE transfer to be done in DMA mode
OnChip Primary/Secondary PCI IDE
The integrated peripheral controller contains an IDE interface with support for two IDE channels. Select Enabled to
activate each channel separately.
IDE Primary/Secondary Master/Slave PIO
These fields allow your system hard disk controller to work faster. Rather than have the BIOS issue a series of
commands that transfer to or from the disk drive, PIO (Programmed Input/Output) allows the BIOS to communicate
with the controller and CPU directly.
The system supports five modes, numbered from 0 (default) to 4, which primarily differ in timing. When Auto is
selected, the BIOS will select the best available mode.
IDE Primary/Secondary Master/Slave UDMA
These fields allow your system to improve disk I/O throughput to 33Mb/sec with the Ultra DMA/33 feature. The
options are Auto and Disabled.
USB Controller
The options for this field are Enabled and Disabled. By default, this field is set to Enabled.
USB 2.0 Controller
The options for this field are Enabled and Disabled. By default, this field is set to Enabled. In order to use USB 2.0,
necessary OS drivers must be installed first.
USB Keyboard Support
The options for this field are Enabled and Disabled. By default, this field is set to Enabled.
AC97 Audio
The default setting of the AC97 Audio is Auto.
Onboard FDC Controller
Select Enabled if your system has a floppy disk controller (FDC) installed on the motherboard and you wish to use
it. If you install an add-in FDC or the system has no floppy drive, select Disabled in this field. This option allows you
to select the onboard FDD port.
UART Mode Select
This field determines the UART 2 mode in your computer. The default value is Normal. Other options include IrDA
and ASKIR.
Onboard LAN Boot
Enable or Disable the Marvell 88E8053 PXE Boot ROM.
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Power Management Setup
The Power Management Setup allows you to save energy of your system effectively.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Power Management Setup
ACPI Function
Power Management
Video Off Method
Video Off In Suspend
Suspend Type
Modem Use IRQ
Suspend Mode
HDD Power Down
Soft-Off by PWR-BTTN
CPU THRM-Throttling
Wake-Up by PCI Card
Power On by Ring
Wake Up on Lan
Resume by Alarm
Date (of Month) Alarm
Time (hh:mm:ss) Alarm
Enabled
User Define
V/H SYNC+Blank
Yes
Stop Grant
3
Disabled
Disabled
Instant-Off
50%
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
Disabled
0
0:0:0
** Reload Global Timer
Events **
Primary IDE 0
Primary IDE 1
Secondary IDE 0
Secondary IDE 1
FDD, COM, LPT Port
PCI PIRQ[A-D] #
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
Enabled
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
ACPI Function
Enable this function to support ACPI (Advance Configuration and Power Interface).
Power Management
This field allows you to select the type of power saving management modes. There are four selections for Power
Management.
Min. Power Saving
Minimum power management
Max. Power Saving
Maximum power management.
User Define
Each of the ranges is from 1 min.
to 1hr. Except for HDD Power
Down which ranges from 1 min. to
15 min.
Video Off Method
This field defines the Video Off features. There are three options.
V/H SYNC + Blank
Default setting, blank the screen and turn off vertical and horizontal scanning.
DPMS
Allows BIOS to control the video display.
Blank Screen
Writes blanks to the video buffer.
Video Off In Suspend
When enabled, the video is off in suspend mode. The default setting is Yes.
Suspend Type
The default setting for the Suspend Type field is Stop Grant.
Modem Use IRQ
This field sets the IRQ used by the Modem. By default, the setting is 3.
Suspend Mode
When enabled, and after the set time of system inactivity, all devices except the CPU will be shut off.
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HDD Power Down
When enabled, and after the set time of system inactivity, the hard disk drive will be powered down while all other
devices remain active.
Soft-Off by PWRBTN
This field defines the power-off mode when using an ATX power supply. The Instant Off mode allows powering off
immediately upon pressing the power button. In the Delay 4 Sec mode, the system powers off when the power
button is pressed for more than four seconds or enters the suspend mode when pressed for less than 4 seconds.
CPU THRM-Throttling
When the system enters Doze mode, the CPU clock runs only part of the time. You may select the percent of time
that the clock runs.
Wake-Up by PCI Cards
Enable this field to allow wake up function through a PCI card.
Power On by Ring
This field enables or disables the power on of the system through the modem connected to the serial port or LAN.
Wake Up On LAN
Enable this field to allow wake up function through the onboard LAN.
Resume by Alarm
This field enables or disables the resumption of the system operation. When enabled, the user is allowed to set the
Date and Time.
Reload Global Timer Events
The HDD, FDD, COM, LPT Ports, and PCI PIRQ are I/O events that can prevent the system from entering a power
saving mode or can awaken the system from such a mode. When an I/O device wants to gain the attention of the
operating system, it signals this by causing an IRQ to occur. When the operating system is ready to respond to the
request, it interrupts itself and performs the service.
PNP/PCI Configurations
This option configures the PCI bus system. All PCI bus systems on the system use INT#, thus all installed PCI
cards must be set to this value.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
PnP/PCI Configurations
PNP OS Install
Reset Configuration Data
No
Disabled
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
Resources Controlled By
IRQ Resources
DMA Resources
Auto (ESCD)
Press Enter
Press Enter
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
INT Pin 1 Assignment
INT Pin 2 Assignment
INT Pin 3 Assignment
INT Pin 4 Assignment
INT Pin 5 Assignment
INT Pin 6 Assignment
INT Pin 7 Assignment
INT Pin 8 Assignment
Disabled
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Auto
Default is Disabled.
Select Enabled to reset
Extended System
Configuration Data
(ESCD) when you exit
Setup if you have
installed a new add-on
and the system
reconfiguration has
caused such a serious
conflict that the OS
cannot boot
PNP OS Install
Enable the PNP OS Install option if it is supported by the operating system installed. The default value is No.
Reset Configuration Data
This field allows you to determine whether to reset the configuration data or not. The default value is Disabled.
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Resources Controlled by
This PnP BIOS can configure all of the boot and compatible devices automatically with the use of a use a PnP
operating system such as Windows 95.
PCI/VGA Palette Snoop
Some non-standard VGA display cards may not show colors properly. This field allows you to set whether or not
MPEG ISA/VESA VGA cards can work with PCI/VGA. When this field is enabled, a PCI/VGA can work with an
MPEG ISA/VESA VGA card. When this field is disabled, a PCI/VGA cannot work with an MPEG ISA/VESA card.
PC Health Status
This section shows the parameters in determining the PC Health Status. These parameters include temperatures,
fan speeds and voltages.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
PC Health Status
CPU Warning Temperature
Current System Temp.
Current CPU1 Temp
Vcore (V)
+3.3V
+5V
+12V
-12V
VBAT
5VSB(V)
Shutdown Temperature
Current CPUFAN1 Speed
Current CPUFAN2 Speed
Current CPUFAN3 Speed
Current CPUSYS1 Speed
1st Smart Fan II Temperature
Level2 Temperature
2nd Smart Fan II Temperature
Level2 Temperature
Disabled
ITEM HELP
Menu Level
Disabled
CPU Warning Temperature
This field allows the user to set the temperature so that when the temperature is reached, the system sounds a
warning. This function can help prevent damage to the system that is caused by overheating.
Temperatures/Fan Speeds/Voltages
These fields are the parameters of the hardware monitoring function feature of the motherboard. The values are
read-only values as monitored by the system and show the PC health status.
Shutdown Temperature
This field allows the user to set the temperature by which the system automatically shuts down once the threshold
temperature is reached. This function can help prevent damage to the system that is caused by overheating.
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1st Smart Fan II Temperature (SYS_FAN1 connector)
Enable or Disable the first phase Smart FAN functionality of SYS_FAN1 connector.
Configuration option: [30℃] [35℃] [40℃] [45℃] [50℃] [55℃] [60℃]
If the value is set, the fan turns to 25% duty cycle when the temperature of CPU reach to the value.
The default value is Disable.
2nd Smart Fan II Temperature (CPU_FAN1 / CPU_FAN2 / CPU_FAN3 connectors)
Enable or Disable the first phase Smart FAN functionality of CPU_FAN1/CPU_FAN2/CPU_FAN3 connectors.
Configuration option: [30℃] [35℃] [40℃] [45℃] [50℃] [55℃] [60℃]
If the value is set, the fan turns to 25% duty cycle when CPU has reached temperature of approximately value.
The default value is [30℃].
Level2 Temperature
Set the second phase Smart FAN functionality.
Configuration option: [5℃] [10℃] [15℃]
If both the value and the Smart Fan II Temperature are set, the fan turns to 50% duty cycle when CPU has
reached temperature of approximately (first phase + second phase temperature).
The third phase Smart FAN functionality:
If the CPU is over temperature of approximately (first phase + second phase temperature + 10℃), the fan turns to
75% duty cycle.
The final phase Smart FAN functionality:
If the CPU is over temperature of approximately (first phase + second phase temperature + 20℃), the fan turns to
100% duty cycle.
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Frequency/Voltage Control
This section shows the user how to configure the processor frequency.
Phoenix - AwardBIOS CMOS Setup Utility
Frequency/Voltage Control
CPU Clock Ratio
Auto Detect DIMM/PCI Clk
Spread Spectrum
ITEM HELP
Enable
Disabled
Menu Level
Auto Detect DIMM/PCI Clk
This field enables or disables the auto detection of the PCI clock.
Spread Spectrum
This field sets the value of the spread spectrum. The default setting is Disabled. This field is for CE testing use
only.
Load Fail-Safe Defaults
This option allows you to load the troubleshooting default values permanently stored in the BIOS ROM. These
default settings are non-optimal and disable all high-performance features.
Load Setup Defaults
This option allows you to load the default values to your system configuration. These default settings are optimal
and enable all high performance features.
Set Supervisor/User Password
These two options set the system password. Supervisor Password sets a password that will be used to protect the
system and Setup utility. User Password sets a password that will be used exclusively on the system. To specify a
password, highlight the type you want and press <Enter>. The Enter Password: message prompts on the screen.
Type the password, up to eight characters in length, and press <Enter>. The system confirms your password by
asking you to type it again. After setting a password, the screen automatically returns to the main screen.
To disable a password, just press the <Enter> key when you are prompted to enter the password. A message will
confirm the password to be disabled. Once the password is disabled, the system will boot and you can enter Setup
freely.
Save & Exit Setup
This option allows you to determine whether or not to accept the modifications. If you type “Y”, you will quit the
setup utility and save all changes into the CMOS memory. If you type “N”, you will return to Setup utility.
Exit Without Saving
Select this option to exit the Setup utility without saving the changes you have made in this session. Typing “Y” will
quit the Setup utility without saving the modifications. Typing “N” will return you to Setup utility.
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Chapter 12 Bypass Information
If jumpers are removed from JP4 leaving 1-2 & 3-4 to open status, ETH0 &
ETH1 will be under Bypass mode (Bypass LED off).
User could initiate it to the Normal mode (Bypass LED light up) then re-trigger
it in a loop.
Once the system hangs, ETH0 & ETH1 will switch to Bypass mode after
timeout.
The following is the example code for the Bypass function.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <asm/io.h> /* linux-specific */
#ifdef __GLIBC__
# include <sys/perm.h>
#endif
void by_pass_init (void) {
unsigned int i=0;
outb(0x87,0x4e);//Enter extended function mode
outb(0x87,0x4e);
outb(0x2b,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i &= 0xef;//Configure bit 4 as 0 to be watchdog function.
outb(0x2b,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
outb(0x7,0x4e);
outb(0x8,0x4f);//watchdog in logic device 8
outb(0x30,0x4e);//Active wdt
outb(0x1,0x4f);
outb(0xf5,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i &= 0xf7;
outb(0xf5,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
outb(0xf6,0x4e);
outb(1,0x4f);//Set timeout value to inital the normal mode.
outb(0xf7,0x4e);
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outb(0x0,0x4f);
outb(0xaa,0x4e); // Exit extended mode
sleep(1);
}
#define TIMEOUT
10
void enable_wdt (void) {
unsigned int i=0;
outb(0x87,0x4e);//Enter extended function mode
outb(0x87,0x4e);
outb(0x2b,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i &= 0xef;//Configure bit 4 as 0 to be watchdog function.
outb(0x2b,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
outb(0x7,0x4e);
outb(0x8,0x4f);//watchdog in logic device 8
outb(0x30,0x4e);//Active wdt
outb(0x1,0x4f);
outb(0xf5,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
/*Select watchdog count mode */
//i = i | 0x8; //Select minute
i = i & 0xf7; //Select second
outb(0xf5,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
outb(0xf6,0x4e);
outb(TIMEOUT,0x4f);
outb(0xf7,0x4e);
outb(0x0,0x4f);
}
void retrigger ( void ) {
outb(0xf6,0x4e);
outb(TIMEOUT,0x4f);
}
/* Disable WDT function */
void dis_wdt ( void ) {
outb(0xf6,0x4e);
outb(0x00,0x4f);
}
int main(int argc, char **argv)
{
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int c;
setuid(0); /* if we're setuid, force it on */
if ( iopl(3) ) {
fprintf(stderr, "iopl(): %s\n", strerror(errno));
return -1;
}
by_pass_init();
/* Enable watchdog function and retrigger TIMEOUT countdown */
enable_wdt();
for(;;) {
sleep(1);/* Function check.
if timeout, switch to By Pass mode.
Or , call retrigger() for retrigger WDT. */
/* Display countdown */
outb(0xf6,0x4e);
c = inb(0x4f);
printf("Watchdog countdown %d\n",c);
if ( ! c ) {
printf("Switch to Bypass mode !\n");
break;
}
//retrigger();//retrigger watchdog
}
//dis_wdt();//Disable watchdog function
return 0;
}
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Chapter 13 Factory Default Information
We offer a Factory Default Setting function for more flexibility.
The programmer could design a function such as loading the software default
setting. It will restore the software default setting after the user presses the
Factory Default button.
The following is the example code for the Factory Default Setting function.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <asm/io.h> /* linux-specific */
#ifdef __GLIBC__
# include <sys/perm.h>
#endif
int fd_polling ( void ) {
unsigned int i=0;
//Enter Extended Function Mode
outb(0x87,0x4e);
outb(0x87,0x4e);
//Select logic device 7
outb(0x7,0x4e);
outb(0x7,0x4f);
//Assign GPIO1 (GP15)
outb(0x2a,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i |= 0x82;
outb(0x2a,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
//Active logic device 7
outb(0x30,0x4e);
outb(0x1,0x4f);
//Select I/O mode
//Configure GP15 as an input port.
outb(0xf0,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i &= 0xff;
i |= 0x20;
outb(i,0x4f);
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//Select inversion mode
outb(0xf2,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i &= 0xdf;
outb(i,0x4f);
/* Value of Inversion Register :
Only high nibble is available for this function.
When set to a 1, the incoming/outgoing port value is inverted.
When set to a 0, the incoming/outgoing port value is the same as in Data Register.
Value of I/O Selection Register :
Only high nibble is available for this function.
When set to a 1, respective GPIO port is programmed as an input port.
When set to a 0, respective GPIO port is programmed as an output port.
Value of Output Data / Input Data :
Only high nibble is available for this function.
If a port is assigned to be an output port,then its respective bit can be read/written.
If a port is assigned to be an input port, then its respective bit can be read only.
*/
outb(0xf1,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i >>= 5;
return i;
}
int main( int argc , char **argv )
{
int status,i=0;
setuid(0); /* if we're setuid, force it on */
if ( iopl(3) ) {
fprintf(stderr, "iopl(): %s\n", strerror(errno));
return -1;
}
for(;;) {
usleep(10000);
status = fd_polling();
if ( status == 0 ) { // Check the Factory Default button
i++;
printf("### MB893 Load Default Setting (%d) ###\n",i);
usleep(500000);
//You could call your function here to load the
//software default value.
}
}
return 0;
}
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Chapter 14 GPO LED Information
The following is an example code for the GPO LED function.
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <unistd.h>
#include <errno.h>
#include <fcntl.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#include <sys/types.h>
#include <sys/stat.h>
#include <asm/io.h> /* linux-specific */
#ifdef __GLIBC__
# include <sys/perm.h>
#endif
void gpo_onoff ( unsigned int pos , int flag ) {
unsigned int led,i=0;
//Enter Extended Function Mode
outb(0x87,0x4e);
outb(0x87,0x4e);
//Select logic device 7
outb(0x7,0x4e);
outb(0x7,0x4f);
//Assign pin121-128 bit(7...2) to be 1
outb(0x2f,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i |= 0xfc;
outb(0x2f,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
//Active logic device 7
outb(0x30,0x4e);
outb(0x1,0x4f);
//Select I/O mode
outb(0xf0,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i &= 0x3;
outb(0xf0,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
//Select inversion mode
outb(0xf2,0x4e);
i = inb(0x4f);
i &= 0x3;
outb(0xf2,0x4e);
outb(i,0x4f);
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/* Value of Inversion Register :
Only high nibble is available for this function.
When set to a 1, the incoming/outgoing port value is inverted.
When set to a 0, the incoming/outgoing port value is the same as in Data Register.
Value of I/O Selection Register :
Only high nibble is available for this function.
When set to a 1, respective GPIO port is programmed as an input port.
When set to a 0, respective GPIO port is programmed as an output port.
Value of Output Data / Input Data :
Only high nibble is available for this function.
If a port is assigned to be an output port,then its respective bit can be read/written.
If a port is assigned to be an input port, then its respective bit can be read only.
*/
switch (pos) {
case 1:
outb(0xf1,0x4e);//GP10 , LED1
led = inb(0x4f);
led &= 0xff;
led = ( flag==1 ?(led | 1) :(led & 0xfe));
outb(0xf1,0x4e);
outb(led,0x4f);
break;
case 2:
outb(0xf1,0x4e);//GP11 , LED2
led = inb(0x4f);
led &= 0xff;
led = ( flag==1 ?(led | 2) :(led & 0xfd));
outb(0xf1,0x4e);
outb(led,0x4f);
break;
case 3:
outb(0xf1,0x4e);//GP12 , LED3
led = inb(0x4f);
led &= 0xff;
led = ( flag==1 ?(led | 4) :(led & 0xfb));
outb(0xf1,0x4e);
outb(led,0x4f);
break;
case 4:
outb(0xf1,0x4e);//GP13 , LED4
led = inb(0x4f);
led &= 0xff;
led = ( flag==1 ?(led | 8) :(led & 0xf7));
outb(0xf1,0x4e);
outb(led,0x4f);
break;
case 5:
outb(0xf1,0x4e);//GP14 , LED5
led = inb(0x4f);
led &= 0xff;
led = ( flag==1 ?(led | 0x10) :(led & 0xef));
outb(0xf1,0x4e);
outb(led,0x4f);
break;
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}
outb(0xaa,0x4e); // Exit extended function mode
}
#define ON 1
#define OFF 0
int main( int argc , char **argv )
{
setuid(0); /* if we're setuid, force it on */
if ( iopl(3) ) {
fprintf(stderr, "iopl(): %s\n", strerror(errno));
return -1;
}
for (;;) {
gpo_onoff(1,ON);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(1,OFF);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(2,ON);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(2,OFF);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(3,ON);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(3,OFF);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(4,ON);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(4,OFF);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(5,ON);
usleep(200000);
gpo_onoff(5,OFF);
usleep(200000);
}
return 0;
}
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Chapter 15 System Architecture
The following block diagram illustrates a basic design reference of MB935, a
highly integrated system solution.
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