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ATTO FastFrame Converged Network Adapter
Installation and Operation Manual
FastFrame CS11
10GbE Single Port PCIe 2.0 Converged Network Adapter
FastFrame CS12
10GbE Dual Port PCIe 2.0 Converged Network Adapter
FastFrame CS14
10GbE Quad Port PCIe 2.0 Converged Network Adapter
ATTO Technology, Inc.
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Amherst, New York 14068 USA
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Contents
1 ATTO FastFrame CNA Features & Overview ...................................................1
Getting started
FastFrame CS14 Adapter
FastFrame CS12 Adapter
FastFrame CS11 Adapter
2 Driver Installation ...............................................................................................6
3 Hardware Installation .........................................................................................8
4 FastFrame Link Aggregation ............................................................................12
5 Updating Drivers ................................................................................................16
6 Troubleshooting .................................................................................................17
General suggestions
Windows
Linux
Mac OS X
Appendix A Glossary ............................................................................................i
Appendix B Accessories ......................................................................................iii
Appendix C ATTO Adapter Selection Guides ....................................................iv
Appendix D Standards, Compliances: 10GbE CNA ...........................................ix
FCC standards: radio and television interference
Compliances
Appendix E Safety, Warranty ...............................................................................xi
Safety
ATTO Technology, Inc. limited warranty
1 ATTO FastFrame CNA Features & Overview
The ATTO FastFrame CNA family of high performance I/O connectivity products provide connectivity, intelligence
and scalability.
Intel's ubiquitous Ethernet Platform united with ATTO Fibre Channel Expertise
Intel's Ethernet platform is one of the most widely deployed in the world, and provides simple, tested usability.
FastFrame™ CNAs combine this with ATTO's Fibre Channel expertise, including Advanced Data Streaming
(ADS™), which eliminates peaks and drops to smooth data transfer for latency-sensitive applications. Together,
these are extensively tested and optimized by ATTO for high performance in demanding, low-latency applications
such as content creation, streaming media, and others with similar profiles such as medical imaging and oil & gas.
Low power consumption
FastFrame™ draws up to 60% less power than competing solutions. A lower power rating means lower energy
costs, lower data center maintenance fees, and less heat to dissipate.
Full range of products for flexible design
FastFrame's comprehensive, easy-to-understand portfolio includes single-, dual-, and quad-port adapters with
included high-quality SFP+ connectors (a hidden cost with competitor cards) and support for direct attach copper.
Quad-port adapters allow for flexible design in systems with minimal available PCIe slots. Ports may be
individually configured for Ethernet file access, iSCSI, or FCoE converged networking. Evolve your storage/dataintensive network connectivity without “forklift upgrades.”
Getting started
In general, to install the ATTO Converged Network
Adapter, you must:
1 Ensure you have the equipment and software
you need for the installation:
• FastFrame CNA
• ATTO FastFrame CNA CD including drivers,
user manuals and utilities (Installation CD)
• A computer with an available expansion slot
• Storage, cables and connectors
2 Install drivers from the Installation CD for your
operating system. Refer to Driver Installation on
page 6.
3 Install the configuration software, the ATTO
ConfigTool, found on the Installation CD. For
more information on how to use the ATTO
ConfigTool, refer to the ATTO Utilities
Installation and Operation Manual.
4
5
6
Install the FastFrame Adapter. Refer to
Hardware Installation on page 8.
Attach your CNA to a switch using an ATTO
recommended cable:
• CBL-LCLC-R03 (3 Meter)
• CBL-LCLC-R10 (10 Meter)
If required, configure your FastFrame adapter
using the ATTO ConfigTool.
Note
Default settings are appropriate for most
systems but you may change settings using
the ATTO ConfigTool.
1
FastFrame CS14 Adapter
ATTO FastFrame™ CNAs allow customers to save
time and money by using a single network to run both
Fibre Channel SAN traffic and Ethernet general file
system/application traffic on the same lossless
network. FastFrame enables connectivity solutions
ranging from high-performance access to file servers,
through connection to industry-leading NAS systems,
to switched fully-converged FCoE topologies, without
expensive upgrades, add-ons, or hidden costs.
Backwards compatible (via auto-negotiation) for
phased upgrade to 10Gb Ethernet, FastFrame CNAs
are built with ATTO's industry-leading Fibre Channel
stack, and simultaneously support TCP/IP, iSCSI, and
FCoE, which may be configured per-port. Data Center
Bridging (DCB) provides traffic prioritization - required
for high quality of service for iSCSI, and for running
FCoE converged SANs. Quad-port adapters conserve
PCIe slots for more flexible system design.
FCoE features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Concurrent Logins 2048
Active Exchanges/port 2048
FC Class 3 support
Protocol - FCP (SCSI-FCP)
400,000 IOPS per port
FC-FDMI
FC-GS-2/3/4
FC-FS
FCoE Initialization Protocol (FIP) Version 1
Support for FC-BB-6, including VN2VN
Target Mode
Host bus specifications
•
•
•
•
x8 mechanical and x8 electrical PCI Express
interconnect
Conforms to PCI Express Base Spec 2.0
Conforms to PCI Express CEM Spec 2.0
PCI Hot Plug spec 1.0
Environmental & physical specifications
Technical specifications
•
•
•
•
•
Simultaneously supports multiple networking
and storage protocols: FCoE, TCP/IP, iSCSI
400,000 IOPs per port delivers high-throughput
for critical applications
Supports Data Center Bridging; Priority-based
Flow Control (PFC), Enhanced Transmission
Selection (ETS) and DCB Exchange (DCBX)
protocol
Up to 10Gb/s throughput per port
High-performance x8 PCIe 2.0 bus
Ethernet features
•
•
•
•
Data rate per port: 10Gb/s
Jumbo frame support up to 9,000 bytes
Tx/Rx IP, TCP & UDP checksum offloading
(IPv4, IPv6) capabilities, Transmission control
protocol (TCP), User datagram protocol (UDP),
Internet protocol (IP)
Large send offloads (LSO)
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•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Length: 6.3 inches
Height: 4.08 inches
Operating temperature: 0 to 55 ºC (32 to 131 ºF)
Storage temperature: -40 to 70 ºC (-40 to 158 ºF)
Relative humidity: 10 to 90% non-condensing
15.7 W (typical)
100 lf/m (minimum) airflow recommended
RoHS compliant
External connectivity
•
•
•
Easy to install full height connection bracket
External LEDs for on-line and speed status for
each port
Four pluggable optical LC SFP+ modules
included
Software specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Microsoft Windows Vista®, 7®, 8®
Microsoft Windows Server® 2008, 2008 R2,
2012
Mac OS® X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 5.x, 6.x
SUSE Linux Enterprise® Server 11, 11 SP1, 11
SP2
openSUSETM 11.3, 11.4
CentOS 6
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FastFrame CS12 Adapter
ATTO FastFrame™ CNAs allow customers to save
time and money by using a single network to run both
Fibre Channel SAN traffic and Ethernet general file
system/application traffic on the same lossless
network. FastFrame enables connectivity solutions
ranging from high-performance access to file servers,
through connection to industry-leading NAS systems,
to switched fully-converged FCoE topologies, without
expensive upgrades, add-ons, or hidden costs.
Backwards compatible (via auto-negotiation) for
phased upgrade to 10Gb Ethernet, FastFrame CNAs
are built with ATTO's industry-leading Fibre Channel
stack, and simultaneously support TCP/IP, iSCSI, and
FCoE, which may be configured per-port. Data Center
Bridging (DCB) provides traffic prioritization - required
for high quality of service for iSCSI, and for running
FCoE converged SANs. Dual-port adapters support
redundancy and link aggregation for higher
throughput.
FCoE features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Concurrent Logins 2048
Active Exchanges/port 2048
FC Class 3 support
Protocol - FCP (SCSI-FCP)
400,000 IOPS per port
FC-FDMI
FC-GS-2/3/4
FC-FS
FCoE Initialization Protocol (FIP) Version 1
Support for FC-BB-6, including VN2VN
Target Mode
Host bus specifications
•
•
•
•
x8 mechanical and x8 electrical PCI Express
interconnect
Conforms to PCI Express Base Spec 2.0
Conforms to PCI Express CEM Spec 2.0
PCI Hot Plug spec 1.0
Environmental & physical specifications
Technical specifications
•
•
•
•
•
Simultaneously supports multiple networking
and storage protocols: FCoE, TCP/IP, iSCSI
400,000 IOPs per port delivers high-throughput
for critical applications
Supports Data Center Bridging; Priority-based
Flow Control (PFC), Enhanced Transmission
Selection (ETS) and DCB Exchange (DCBX)
protocol
Up to 10Gb/s throughput per port
High-performance x8 PCIe 2.0 bus
Ethernet features
•
•
•
•
Data rate per port: 10Gb/s
Jumbo frame support up to 9,000 bytes
Tx/Rx IP, TCP & UDP checksum offloading
(IPv4, IPv6) capabilities, Transmission control
protocol (TCP), User datagram protocol (UDP),
Internet protocol (IP)
Large send offloads (LSO)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Length: 5.3 inches
Height: 2.345 inches
Operating temperature: 0 to 55 ºC (32 to 131 ºF)
Storage temperature: -40 to 70 ºC (-40 to 158 ºF)
Relative humidity: 10 to 90% non-condensing
5.9 W (typical)
100 lf/m (minimum) airflow recommended
RoHS compliant
External connectivity
•
•
•
Easy to install full height connection bracket;
low-profile bracket included in finished goods
packaging
External LEDs for on-line and speed status for
each port
Two pluggable optical LC SFP+ modules
included
Software specifications
•
•
•
•
•
Microsoft Windows Vista®, 7®, 8®
Microsoft Windows Server® 2008, 2008 R2,
2012
Mac OS® X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 5.x, 6.x
SUSE Linux Enterprise® Server 11, 11 SP1, 11
SP2/openSUSETM 11.3, 11.4/CentOS 6
3
FastFrame CS11 Adapter
ATTO FastFrame™ CNAs allow customers to save
time and money by using a single network to run both
Fibre Channel SAN traffic and Ethernet general file
system/application traffic on the same lossless
network. FastFrame enables connectivity solutions
ranging from high-performance access to file servers,
through connection to industry-leading NAS systems,
to switched fully-converged FCoE topologies, without
expensive upgrades, add-ons, or hidden costs.
Backwards compatible (via auto-negotiation) for
phased upgrade to 10Gb Ethernet, FastFrame CNAs
are built with ATTO's industry-leading Fibre Channel
stack, and simultaneously support TCP/IP, iSCSI, and
FCoE, which may be configured per-port. Data Center
Bridging (DCB) provides traffic prioritization - required
for high quality of service for iSCSI, and for running
FCoE converged SANs. Single-port adapters provide
affordable high performance and the lowest power
utilization.
FCoE features
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Concurrent Logins 2048
Active Exchanges/port 2048
FC Class 3 support
Protocol - FCP (SCSI-FCP)
400,000 IOPS per port
FC-FDMI
FC-GS-2/3/4
FC-FS
FCoE Initialization Protocol (FIP) Version 1
Support for FC-BB-6, including VN2VN
Target Mode
Host bus specifications
•
•
•
•
x8 mechanical and x8 electrical PCI Express
interconnect
Conforms to PCI Express Base Spec 2.0
Conforms to PCI Express CEM Spec 2.0
PCI Hot Plug spec 1.0
Environmental & physical specifications
Technical specifications
•
•
•
•
•
Simultaneously supports multiple networking
and storage protocols: FCoE, TCP/IP, iSCSI
400,000 IOPs per port delivers high-throughput
for critical applications
Supports Data Center Bridging; Priority-based
Flow Control (PFC), Enhanced Transmission
Selection (ETS) and DCB Exchange (DCBX)
protocol
Up to 10Gb/s throughput per port
High-performance x8 PCIe 2.0 bus
Ethernet features
•
•
•
•
Data rate per port: 10Gb/s
Jumbo frame support up to 9,000 bytes
Tx/Rx IP, TCP & UDP checksum offloading
(IPv4, IPv6) capabilities, Transmission control
protocol (TCP), User datagram protocol (UDP),
Internet protocol (IP)
Large send offloads (LSO)
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Length: 5.3 inches
Height: 2.345 inches
Operating temperature: 0 to 55 ºC (32 to 131 ºF)
Storage temperature: -40 to 70 ºC (-40 to 158 ºF)
Relative humidity: 10 to 90% non-condensing
4.7 W (typical)
100 lf/m (minimum) airflow recommended
RoHS compliant
External connectivity
•
•
•
Easy to install full height connection bracket;
low-profile bracket included in finished goods
packaging
External LEDs for on-line and speed status for
each port
Pluggable optical LC SFP+ module included
Software specifications
•
•
•
•
•
•
Microsoft Windows Vista®, 7®, 8®
Microsoft Windows Server® 2008, 2008 R2,
2012
Mac OS® X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8
Red Hat Enterprise Linux® 5.x, 6.x
SUSE Linux Enterprise® Server 11, 11 SP1, 11
SP2
openSUSETM 11.3, 11.4/CentOS 6
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Selection guide: FastFrame CS adapters
Product Features
FFRM-CS14
Ports
Maximum Transfer Rate (Full Duplex)
Bus type
Bus characteristics
Optical interface
Maximum cable length
FFRM-CS12
4
2
1
8GB/s
5GB/s
2.5GB/s
PCIe 2.0
PCIe 2.0
PCIe 2.0
8 lane
8 lane
8 lane
SFP+LC
SFP+LC
SFP+ LC
See Chart Below
See Chart Below
See Chart Below
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Low profile form factor
Advanced Data Streaming (ADS™) Technology
Windows driver support
Mac OS X driver support
Linux driver support
FFRM-CS11
Cable length varies by interface and cable type.
Interface
Cable type
Max Distance
10GBASE-SR
10GBASE-SR
10GBASE-SR
62.5/125 µm multi-mode fiber (OM1)
50/125 µm MMF (OM2)
Laser optimized 50/125 µm MMF (OM3)
33m
82m
300m
5
2 Driver Installation
Before installing your FastFrame adapter, you must configure your system to recognize it by installing drivers for
your operating system.
Note
If you already have one or more FastFrame
adapters installed and you are installing
additional adapter(s), you do not need to
perform any of these procedures unless you
are updating a previously installed driver.
4
5
6
The Installation CD automatically starts when inserted
in the system CD-ROM drive. Navigate the easy-touse HTML-based menu to find the driver for your
adapter and operating system.
Click Install Windows Driver next to the
appropriate item to initiate the driver setup
program.
Follow the on-screen instructions to complete
the driver installation.
The installer will also create “Network
Adapter” devices for each FastFrame port.
You can configure these Network Adapters
through the Network Connections control
panel.
Mac OS X
The FastFrame CNA Installation CD, referred to in
these instructions, is the Installation CD that shipped
with your adapter or a folder containing the latest
downloaded and expanded driver. We strongly
recommend downloading the latest drivers, available
at http://www.attotech.com/downloads.html
Windows
Note
Windows 8, 7, Vista, Server 2012 and 2008
may utilize a new User Account Control
Feature. Because of this there may be
additional confirmations that will need to be
performed to properly install the driver.
These confirmations normally consist of a
dialog where the user has to give Windows
permission to perform an action. If you do not
have the correct privileges during this, you
will be prompted for an actual user name and
password. You may need to contact your
system administrator if you do not have this
information.
1
2
3
Power on your system and log in as the
administrator or a user with proper
administrative privileges.
Insert the Installation CD. The ATTO
Installation CD guide should appear. If not,
navigate to the root of the CD and run the
AUTORUN.BAT batch file.
Click on Windows Driver.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Power on your system and log in as the
administrator or a user with proper
administrative privileges.
Insert the Installation CD.
After the CD mounts, open the FastFrame
volume on the desktop.
Open the Drivers folder.
Open the folder corresponding to the OS X
version in use.
Launch the installer package.
Follow the on-screen instructions.
Linux
Note
These steps assume a basic knowledge of
Linux terminal commands. You must also
have the correct kernel header files for the
appropriate kernel already installed.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Power on your system and log in as the
administrator or a user with proper
administrative privileges.
Insert the Installation CD.
After the CD mounts, open the FastFrame
volume on the desktop.
Open the Linux folder.
Open the Drivers folder.
Open the folder corresponding to the speed of
the HBA.
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7
8
Copy the .tgz file to a temporary folder.
Open a terminal window and change to the
location of copied tgz.
9 Extract the file using the command tar -xfz
<filename.tgz>.
10 Change to the directory created above then run
the installer script ./install.sh.
11 The install script will ask if you want the
FastFrame 10 GbE (ffxgbe) network adapter
installed. If you wish to enable network traffic on
a FastFrame port, the ffxgbe driver should be
installed. The ffxgbe driver can be configured
with the ethtool utility.
7
3 Hardware Installation
Install the ATTO FastFrame Adapter and attach your devices to it using the instructions below. A basic
understanding of Fibre Channel over Ethernet is recommended, before attempting to install the FastFrame CNA.
The assignment will be as follows:
CAUTION
MAC address
MAC address + 1
MAC address + 2
MAC address + 3
Back up your system data before
changing or installing any hardware.
System requirements
The FastFrame CNA package contains the
following:
• FastFrame Converged Network Adapter
• ATTO Utilities CD
• SFP+ Modules
Installation
CAUTION
FastFrame CNA contain components that
are sensitive to electrostatic discharge
(ESD). ESD can cause damage to the
FastFrame CNA host adapter. Please
follow standard methods to avoid ESD.
If any of these items are missing, contact your ATTO
authorized sales representative.
To install and use the FastFrame CNA you will
need:
1
2
A computer with an available PCI Express
expansion slot
The complete FastFrame CNA package
MAC address
FastFrame CNAs are configured with a unique
MAC address designated by the Institute of
Electrical and Electronic Engineers. This address,
stored in flash memory, allows the system to
recognize the FastFrame CNA as a unique part of
your configuration. The address is clearly marked
on the back of the adapter.
The MAC address assigned to an adapter is assigned
to the 1st port of the adapter. If the adapter has more
than one port then the MAC address is incremented by
and assigned to the 2nd port, incremented by 2 and
assigned to the 3rd port and incremented by 3 and
assigned to the 4th port.
1st port of CS11, CS12 & CS14
2nd port of CS12 & CS14
3rd port of CS14
4th port of CS14
For bracket installation, please see the bracket
installation guide included in your CNA product
package.
1
2
3
4
Install the latest drivers. Refer to Chapter 2 on
page 6.
Power down the computer and unplug the
computer from all power sources.
Open the case.
Install the FastFrame CNA host adapter in any
open PCI Express expansion slot. If you have
questions about how to install an expansion
card in your system, consult your computer's
documentation.
Note
The FastFrame adapters fit into x8 or x16
mechanical PCI Express slots.
5
Connect the FastFrame to a network by:
a.
6
Inserting an optical 10Gb cable into a
connector on the FastFrame CNA host
adapter until you hear a click.
b. Connect other end of the cable to a 10GbE
switch with DCB (for VN2VN), or Fibre
Channel Forwarding (FCF).
Close the case on the computer and power it
up.
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Bracket details
Exhibit 3-1
FFRM-CS14 Bracket
Exhibit 3-2
FFRM-CS12 Full & Low Profile Bracket
Exhibit 3-3
FFRM-CS11 Full & Low Profile Bracket
9
Adapter board details
Exhibit 3-4
FFRM-CS14 board
Exhibit 3-5
FFRM-CS12 board
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Exhibit 3-6
FFRM-CS11 board
11
4 FastFrame Link Aggregation
FastFrame Link Aggregation allows multiple FastFrame 10GbE links to be combined into one logical link, for the
purpose of increasing performance. This feature applies to Windows Vista, 7, 8, Server 2008, 2008 R2 and 2012
for all ATTO FastFrame models. Note: although FastFrame link aggregation does support Server 2012 it is
recommended you use Teaming; Windows built-in link aggregation.
Installing FastFrame Link Aggregation
The FastFrame Link Aggregation driver consists of a Protocol driver and associated configuration components.
It is installed on the system along with the FastFrame drivers. To use link aggregation, the protocol driver must
be installed on the FastFrame Network Adapters.
1
Open the system’s Network Connections
control panel, as shown in 4-1:
Exhibit 4-1
2
3
Windows Network Connection Control Panel
Right-click on an ATTO FastFrame Network
Adapter connection and select Properties to
open the Network Connection Properties page,
shown below.
Click Install
Exhibit 4-2
Properties
4
Select Protocol and click Add
Exhibit 4-3
FastFrame Network Connection
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Network Feature Type Selection
5
Select FastFrame Link Aggregation and click
OK as shown in 4-4.
Exhibit 4-4
Select Protocol to install
Configuring Link Aggregation
The ATTO FastFrame Link Aggregation user interface
uses the following terminology:
• Port - A port is a single ethernet connection on a
network adapter. Only ports on FastFrame
Ethernet adapters can participate in FastFrame
link aggregation.
• Aggregate Group - A set of Ports which are
configured to aggregate with each other.
“Group” also refers to the Windows Network
Connection object that represents the
aggregated links.
Opening the FastFrame Link Aggregation
Properties Page
1
6
FastFrame Link Aggregation is now installed
and ready to configure.
Exhibit 4-5 FastFrame Network Connection
Properties (with Link Aggregation installed)
2
Open the Network Connection Properties page
for one of the FastFrame adapters as shown in
4-5.
Select FastFrame Link Aggregation and click
Properties. As shown in 4-6, the FastFrame
Link Aggregation Properties page displays:
• The name of the port
• The name of the group that this port is a
member of. If aggregation is not enabled for
this port, the group will be <none>.
• Controls to configure link aggregation for
this port. The controls allow this port to be
added to and removed from an aggregate
group.
Exhibit 4-6
Page
FastFrame Link Aggregation Properties
13
Configuring a Group’s Operational
Settings
A FastFrame aggregate group derives most of its
operational settings, such as Offloads and jumbo
packets, automatically, based on the settings of the
network adapters in the group. Therefore, in order for
a feature to be in effect for a group, that feature must
be set identically on each member adapter. For
example, to enable jumbo packets for a group, enable
Jumbo Packets (by selecting the same jumbo packet
size, such as 9014) on each adapter. Likewise, in
order to disable checksum offloads, checksum
offloads must be disabled for each adapter.
Note
For best results, configure the settings on
each individual member adapter before
creating the group containing those
adapters.
CAUTION
Having adapters with mismatched
configuration settings can lead to loss of
connectivity and/or network I/O errors. To
ensure proper operation, each of the
underlying adapters in a group must be
configured the same.
Note
Reconfiguring an aggregate group - adding
or removing a port, or making certain
changes to a member adapter’s operational
settings - will result in momentary loss of the
group’s network connection.
After reconfiguration of FastFrame
aggregate groups, it may be necessary to
reboot the system in order for changes to be
applied completely
Creating an Aggregate Group
1
2
3
4
5
Open the FastFrame Link Aggregation
Properties page for one of the FastFrame
adapters that is to be included in the new group
as shown in 4-6.
Select the option to Create a new group of ports
Enter a name for the group and click OK.
Select the type of link aggregation to use.
Currently only Static aggregation is supported.
Click OK.
Note
The Group will be given the MAC address of
the first adapter added to the group.
Note
As shown in 4-7, the group will appear in the
Network Connections list and operate
similarly to any other network connection.
Exhibit 4-7
Network Connections (with a FastFrame Group)
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Adding a Port to a Group
Removing a Port from a Group
Exhibit 4-8
Exhibit 4-9
1
2
3
Adding a Port to a Group
Open the FastFrame Link Aggregation
Properties page for the FastFrame adapter that
is to be added to the group.
Select Allow this port to aggregate with
ports in the group
Select the group in the list.
1
2
3
Select the type of link aggregation to use.
Note
Currently only Static aggregation is
supported, which will be selected
automatically.
5
6
Click OK.
Repeat this process for each port that is to be
added to the group.
Open the FastFrame Link Aggregation
Properties page for the FastFrame adapter that
is to be removed from the group.
Select Remove this port from the group.
Click OK.
Note
The port is removed from the group, and will
no longer aggregate with any of the ports in
the group. This effectively disables
FastFrame link aggregation for this adapter.
If there are no other ports remaining in the
group, the group itself will be removed and
deleted from the system.
Note
If only one group has been created, it will be
the only entry in the list and will be selected
automatically.
4
Removing a Port from a group
Removing a Group
To remove a group:
1
Remove each of the adapters from the group.
Upon removal of the last adapter in the group,
the group will be removed from the system
Uninstalling Link Aggregation
To remove FastFrame Link Aggregation:
1
2
3
Open the Properties for any FastFrame
Network Connection.
Select FastFrame Link Aggregagtion.
Click Uninstall.
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5 Updating Drivers
Your FastFrame CNA ships with the latest flash and drivers, but these may need to be updated as new versions
become available. Visit the ATTO website, www.attotech.com, to download the latest drivers and flash bundle.
Updating drivers
Updating the ATTO ConfigTool
Update drivers by downloading the latest driver
software from the ATTO Technology website.
If you want the latest version of the ATTO ConfigTool,
download it from the ATTO website.
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2
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4
5
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Go to www.attotech.com
Click on downloads.
Register or log in if previously registered.
Click on Ethernet Adapters in the left dialog.
Navigate to your HBA model/family in the right
dialog and click on it.
Scroll down to and click the desired driver
depending on the operating system.
A download window appears. Choose Save.
After the download has completed, process the
downloaded file:
• On Windows, run the downloaded .exe
file.
• On Mac OS X, mount the dmg file, then
double click on the installer icon.
• On Linux, expand the .tgz file, then run
the install.sh installation script.
Follow the instructions for installing the drivers.
Go to www.attotech.com
Click on downloads.
Register or log in if previously registered.
Click on Ethernet Adapters in the left dialog.
Navigate to your HBA model/family in the right
dialog and click on it.
6 Scroll down to and click the desired ATTO
ConfigTool depending on the operating system.
7 A download window appears. Choose Save.
8 After the download has completed, process the
downloaded file:
• On Windows, run the downloaded .exe
file.
• On Mac OS X, mount the dmg file, then
double click on the installer icon.
• On Linux, expand the .tgz file, then run
the .bin installer application.
9 Follow the instructions for installing the
application.
10 To use the tool, refer to the ATTO Utilities
Installation and Operation Manual which
may be downloaded from the ATTO website.
a. Go to www.attotech.com.
b. Click on downloads.
c. Register or log in if previously registered.
d. Click on Ethernet Adapters in the left
dialog.
e. Navigate to your HBA model/family in the
right dialog and click on it.
f. Click the Utility Manual (.pdf) link to
save/open the document.
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6 Troubleshooting
This chapter contains solutions for the most common problems you might encounter. If you need additional
assistance, please refer to the ATTO Technology website, www.attotech.com, or contact an authorized ATTO
Technology representative.
General suggestions
•
Check each cable connection on every device.
•
Verify all cables are in proper working condition.
Loose or broken cables are often the cause of
errors or problems.
•
If the adapter has been identified but there is an
exclamation point (!) on the listing:
Windows
•
•
All of the external devices connected to the CNA
should be identified. If they do not appear in the
Device Manager, the external devices or
connection may not be working properly.
If the FastFrame FCoE Adapter does not appear
under the SCSI and RAID controllers:
a. Remove power from the PC.
b. Open the case.
c. Check that the FastFrame CNA adapter is
properly seated in the PCIe slot.
d. Replace the case and apply power.
a.
Right click on the listing and select
Uninstall.
b. Reload the driver (see Updating drivers on
page 16.
c. Reboot the system and repeat the
installation process.
If problems persist, contact your authorized ATTO
Technology representative.
Linux
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2
Verify the FastFrame driver is loaded with the
lsmod command. If lsmod does not show the
driver, refer to the installation instructions to
install and load the driver in Updating drivers on
page 16.
Check the system log with the command
dmesg. The FastFrame driver creates status
messages during initialization. Make sure that
all installed cards are properly detected and
initialized.
3
Examine the contents of the file(s): /proc/scsi/
fastframe/x, where x is the adapter's host
number. This file contains details such as link
status, connection speed and discovered
devices.
Note
Advanced users only. Modify the driver
makefile to enable debugging information.
Upon loading, the FastFrame driver
displays detailed debugging information
which may help troubleshoot the problem.
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Mac OS X
Note
The ATTO FastFrame supports Mac OS X
versions 10.6.x, 10.7.x, 10.8.x.
1
3
a.
If the adapter does not appear in the System
Profiler (10.6) / System Information (10.7/8),
make sure the card is seated properly in the
PCIe slot.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Shut down and remove power from the
Mac.
Remove the side of the case.
Check the PCIe slot
Replace the side of the case.
Apply power
Verify the driver is loaded.
4
Click on the adapter name in the Device
Listing to view the Basic Info screen.
b. If the Driver Information section indicates
Unknown: driver not loaded, reinstall the
driver. Refer to “Driver Installation” on
page 6. If reinstalling the driver does not fix
the problem, contact an authorized ATTO
representative.
Reset the NVRAM for all channels to defaults
and reboot. If the problem persists, contact an
authorized ATTO representative.
Note
If the Fastframe adapter is properly seated
and devices are still not accessible check the
optical cable to verify your getting link light. If
not contact an authorized ATTO
representative.
2
Open the ATTO ConfigTool from the ATTO
Utilities CD or download it from the ATTO
website. Refer to the ATTO Utilities Installation
and Operations Manual for additional
information.
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Note
When calling ATTO Technical Support
please have a printout of the IORegistry
node of each controller, System Profiler
(10.6) / System Information (10.7/8), MAC
address of the adapter, and what driver and
firmware.
Appendix A Glossary
Some terms used in the Fibre Channel industry are defined below. More information is available through the ATTO
Technology website (www.attotech.com), the Fibre Channel Industry Association (www.fibrechannel.com),
Cern (www.cern.ch), the Storage Area Networking Industry Association (www.snia.org), and the Fibre Channel
Consortium (www.iol.unh.edu/consortiums, click on FC).
Term
Definition
ANSI
BER
bit
bus
American National Standards Institute
Bit Error Rate: a measure of transmission accuracy; the ratio of bits received in error to bits sent
smallest unit of data a computer can process: a single binary digit with a value of either 0 or 1
a collection of unbroken signal lines used to transmit information from one part of a computer
system to another; taps on the lines connect devices to the bus
an ordered set of 8 bits
a point-to-point link which transports data from one point to another
Central Processing Unit: the portion of the computer that actually performs computations
Cyclic Redundancy Check: an error-correcting code which calculates a numeric value for received
and transmitted data; if no error has occurred during transmission, the CRC for both received and
transmitted data should be the same
a program that allows a microprocessor to direct the operation of a peripheral device
Direct Memory Access: a way to move data from a storage device directly to RAM without using
the CPU’s resources
allows a peripheral to control the flow of data to and from system memory by block as opposed to
allowing the processor to control the data by bytes (PIO or programmed I/O)
a Fibre Channel switch of two or more Fibre Channel switches interconnected to physically transmit
data between any two N_Ports on the switch or switches
Fibre Channel
Fibre Channel Forwarder
Fibre Channel over Ethernet
an indivisible unit for transfer of information in Fibre Channel
the first field in the frame containing the address and other control information about the frame
a communication protocol which allows transmission in both directions at the same time
a communication protocol which allows transmission in both directions, but only one direction at a
time
a processor, usually a CPU and memory, which communicates with devices over an interface
a component which originates a command
Light-emitting diode: a type of diode that emits light when current passes through it; visible LEDs
are used as indicator lights on all sorts of electronic devices
Logical Unit Number: an identifier for a logical unit (0-7)
Media Access Controller
A unique address assigned to an ethernet device
an optical fiber which can carry several beams of light at once
a port attached to a node used with point to point or fabric configurations
an initiating device; a component which originates a command
a method which verifies the accuracy of data transmitted over the SCSI bus by adding one bit in
the transfer to make the sum of all the bits either odd or even (for odd or even parity); an error
message occurs if the sum is not correct
byte
channel
CPU
CRC
device driver
DMA
DMA bus master
fabric
FC
FCF
FCoE
frame
frame header
full-duplex
half duplex
host
initiator device
LED
LUN
MAC
MAC Address
multi-mode fiber
N_port
originator
parity checking
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Term
Definition
PCI
Peripheral Component Interconnect. Allows peripherals to be connected directly to computer
memory, bypassing the slower ISA and EISA busses
point-to-point
a topology where two ports communicate
port
an access point in a device: see N_port, NL_port, etc.
port address
also port number; the address, assigned by the PCI bus, through which commands are sent to a
host adapter board
port number
see port address
receiver
the ultimate destination of data transmission; a terminal device
scatter/gather
a device driver feature which allows the host adapter to modify a transfer data pointer so that a
single host adapter can access many segments of memory, minimizing interrupts and transfer
overhead
SAS
Serial Attached SCSI: a serial SCSI bus technology and point to point architecture for connecting
host bus adapters to storage devices
SATA
Serial AT Attachment: a serial ATA bus technology and point to point architecture for connecting
host bus adapters to storage devices
scatter/gather
a device driver feature which allows the host adapter to modify a transfer data pointer so that a
single host adapter can access many segments of memory, minimizing interrupts and transfer
overhead
SCSI
Small Computer Systems Interface: a processor-independent standard for system-level interface
between a computer and intelligent devices including hard disks, floppy disks, CD-ROM, printers,
scanners, etc.
single-mode fiber an optical fiber with a small core which supports one wavelength (ray of light); the core radius is
nearly equal to the wavelength of the source
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol: a standard for monitoring network-attached devices
topology
logical layout of the parts of a computer system or network and their interconnections
transceiver
a transmitter/receiver module
transfer rate
the rate at which bytes or bits are transferred, as in megabytes or gigabits per second
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Appendix B Accessories
The following Fibre Channel accessories are available through ATTO Technology and authorized resellers.
Contact an ATTO Technology authorized sales representative to order.
Optical Cables
CBL-FCFI-05x5 m. cable – Duplex 50 Micron Multi-mode FC/Optical
CBL-LCSC-0033 m. 50/125 optical cable (LC to SC)
CBL-LCSC-01010 m. 50/125 optical cable (LC to SC)
A variety of iSCSI, Fibre Channel, SAS and SCSI products are also available from ATTO Technology. Please
contact your ATTO sales representative for product descriptions and part number information.
Fibre Channel and iSCSI solutions
ATTO CelerityTM Family of Fibre Channel Host Adapters
ATTO FibreBridgeTM – Fibre Channel-to-SCSI bridge
ATTO iPBridge – iSCSI to SCSI, iSCSI to Fibre Channel bridges
SCSI solutions
ATTO ExpressPCI Family of SCSI Host Adapters (see Appendix C)
SAS/SATA Solutions
ATTO ExpressSAS family of SAS Host and RAID Adapters (see Appendix C)
Software
ATTO ConfigTool – Configuration and management software
ATTO Express Power Center – Windows & Mac OS X RAID 0 and benchmark software
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Appendix C ATTO Adapter Selection Guides
Contact your ATTO representative or visit the ATTO website for details on all ATTO products.
ExpressPCI SCSI host adapters
Ultra 320 SCSI
Product Features
Max. transfer rate (MB/sec.)
Low Voltage Differential
UL5D
UL5D LP
UL4D
640MB/s
640MB/s
640MB/s
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•
•
•
•
•
2/2
30
0/2
30
2/2
30
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•
•
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12.5
12.5
12.5
Single-ended SCSI
Number of SCSI Channels (internal/external)
Number of SCSI IDs supported
Low profile
Large file transfers
Cable distances (m)
32-bit PCI compatible
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•
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•
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64-bit PCI compatible
33 MHZ PCI
133 MHZ PCI-X
66 MHz PCI
x4 PCI Express
Windows 2000/XP, Vista Server 2003/2008 support
Linux support
Mac OS X support
Novell Netware support
RoHS compliant
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•
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ExpressSAS 6 Gb Host Adapters
Product Features
Max Data Rate
x8 PCI Express
Number of ports
Port configuration
external/internal
Connector type
H6F0 GT
H6F0
H60F
H680
H608
H644
6Gb/s
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16
16/0
6Gb/s
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16
16/0
6Gb/s
•
16
0/16
6Gb/s
•
8
8/0
6Gb/s
•
8
0/8
6Gb/s
•
8
4/4
4 mini
SAS (x4)
SFF-8644
external
4 mini
SAS (x4)
SFF-8088
external
4 mini S
AS (x4)
SFF-8087
internal
2 mini
SAS (x4)
SFF-8088
external
2 mini
SAS (x4)
SFF-8087
internal
1 mini
SAS (x4)
SFF-8088
external
1 mini
SAS (x4)
SFF-8087
internal
256
256
256
512
Number of devices
2048
512
end-point
end-point
end-point
end-point
end-point
supported
end-point
devices
devices
devices
devices
devices
devices
1.5 Gb SATA support
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•
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•
•
•
3 Gb SATA II support
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•
•
•
•
•
3 Gb SAS support
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•
•
•
•
•
6 Gb SATA II support
•
•
•
•
•
•
6 Gb SAS support
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•
•
•
•
•
Software RAID
0
0
0
0
0
0
Cable distances
up to 8m SAS, up to 8m SAS, up to 8m SAS, up to 8m SAS, up to 8m SAS, up to 8m SAS,
1m SATA
1m SATA
1m SATA
1m SATA
1m SATA
1m SATA
Advanced Data
•
•
•
•
•
•
Streaming™
32-bit support
•
•
•
•
•
•
64-bit support
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•
•
•
•
•
Windows
•
•
•
•
•
•
Linux
•
•
•
•
•
•
Mac OS X
•
•
•
•
•
•
VMware
•
•
•
•
•
•
Low profile
•
•
•
1/2 height
1/2 height
1/2 height
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ExpressSAS 6 Gb RAID Adapters
Product Features
R60F
R680
R608
R644
Max Data Rate
x8 PCI Express
Number of ports
Port configuration external/internal
Connector type
6Gb/s
•
16
0/16
4 mini SAS (x4)
SFF-8087
internal
6Gb/s
•
8
8/0
2 mini SAS (x4)
SFF-8088
external
6Gb/s
•
8
0/8
2 mini SAS (x4)
SFF-8087
internal
6Gb/s
•
8
4/4
1 mini SAS (x4)
SFF-8088
external
1 mini SAS (x4)
SFF-8087
internal
Number of devices supported
128 SAS/SATA
targets
•
•
•
•
•
0, 40, 50, 60
0, 1, 4, 5, 6
JBOD, DVRAID
•
•
E-mail, pop-up,
log file
•
512 MB
up to 10m SAS,
1m SATA
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
128 SAS/SATA
targets
128 SAS/SATA
targets
•
•
•
•
•
0, 40, 50, 60
0, 1, 4, 5, 6
JBOD, DVRAID
•
•
E-mail, pop-up,
log file
•
512 MB
up to 10m SAS,
1m SATA
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
128 SAS/SATA
targets
•
•
•
•
•
0, 40, 50, 60
0, 1, 4, 5, 6
JBOD, DVRAID
•
•
E-mail, pop-up,
log file
•
512 MB
up to 10m SAS,
1m SATA
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
1.5 Gb SATA support
3 Gb SATA II support
3 Gb SAS support
6 Gb SATA II support
6 Gb SAS support
Software RAID
Integrated RAID
RAID Management Utility
Global Hot Spares
Event notification
SNMP
Memory (ECC)
Cable distances
Advanced Data Streaming™
32-bit support
64-bit support
Windows
Linux
Mac OS X
Low profile
•
•
•
•
•
0, 40, 50, 60
0, 1, 4, 5, 6
JBOD, DVRAID
•
•
E-mail, pop-up,
log file
•
512 MB
up to 10 SAS,
1m SATA
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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Celerity 8-Gb Adapters
Product Features
Fibre Channel Ports
FC protocol
Maximum Transfer Rate (Full Duplex)
FC-84EN
FC-82EN
FC-81EN
4
2
1
8-Gb
8-Gb
8-Gb
6.4GB/s
3.2GB/s
1.6GB/s
Maximum Transfer Rate (Half Duplex)
3.2GB/s
1.6GB/s
800MB/s
Bus type
PCIe 2.0
PCIe 2.0
PCIe 2.0
Bus characteristics
Optical interface
Maximum cable length
8 lane
8 lane
4 lane
SFP+LC
SFP+LC
SFP+ LC
300m@2-Gb
150m@4-Gb
50m@8-Gb
300m@2-Gb
150m@4-Gb
50m@8-Gb
300m@2-Gb
150m@4-Gb
50m@8-Gb
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
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







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





Low profile form factor
Advanced Data Streaming (ADS™) Technology
Software RAID support1
Developer's kit (Target Mode & API)
Windows support
Linux driver support
Macintosh OS X driver support
VMware driver support
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Celerity 4-Gb Adapters
Product Features
FC-44ES
FC-42ES
FC-41ES
FC-41XS
Fibre Channel Ports
4
2
1
1
4-Gb
4-Gb
4-Gb
4-Gb
Maximum Transfer Rate (Full Duplex)
3.2GB/s
1.6GB/s
800MB/s
800MB/s
Maximum Transfer Rate (Half Duplex)
1.6GB/s
800MB/s
400MB/s
400MB/s
Bus type
PCIe
PCIe
PCIe
PCI-X
Bus characteristics
8 lane
4 lane
4 lane
64-bit
133 MHz2
SFP LC
SFP LC
SFP LC
SFP LC
300m@2-Gb
150m@4-Gb
300m@2-Gb
150m@4-Gb
300m@2-Gb
150m@4-Gb
300m@2-Gb
150m@4-Gb
FC protocol
Optical interface
Maximum cable length
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
Advanced Data Streaming (ADS™) Technology
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


Software RAID support1
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


Developer's kit (Target Mode & API)
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
Windows support
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

Linux driver support
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

Macintosh OS X driver support
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


VMware ESX Server 3.5
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Novell Netware
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


Solaris




Free BSD




Low profile form factor
1 ATTO Express Power Center recommended
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Appendix D Standards, Compliances: 10GbE CNA
The Technical Specification sheet for each FastFrame CNA lists certifications for that model. Models covered by
this page include the FastFrame FFRM-CS11, FFRM-CS12, FFRM-CS14.
FCC standards: radio and television interference
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B
digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to
provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential
installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instruction manual,
may cause interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur
in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television reception, which can be
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one
or more of the following measures:
•
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
•
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver
•
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected
•
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help
Canadian standards
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
European standards
Declaration of Conformity
This following statement applies to the FastFrame CNA host adapter.
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: 2004/108/EC Standard(s) to
which conformity is declared: EN55024:1998 +A1:2001 +A2:2003; EN55022:2006 +A1:2007 CLASS B.
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
Japanese standards
Voluntary Control Council for Interference by Information Technology Equipment (VCCI, Japan)
This is a Class B product based on the standard of the Voluntary Control Council for Interference from Information
Technology Equipment (VCCI). If this is used near a radio or television receiver in a domestic environment, it may
cause radio interference. Install and use the equipment according to the instruction manual.
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Compliances
ATTO FastFrame cards comply with Directive 2011/65/EU on the Restriction of the Use of
Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS). Contact your ATTO
representative regarding RoHS compliant products.
The FastFrame family of adapters take the following RoHS exemptions:
7(a) - Lead in high melting temperature type solders (i.e. lead based alloys containing 85% by
weight or more lead).
7(c)-I - Electrical and electronic components containing lead in a glass or ceramic other than dielectric ceramic in
capacitors, (e.g. piezoelectronic devices, or in a glass or ceramic matrix compound).
7(c)-III - Lead in dielectric ceramic in capacitors for a rated voltage of less than 125 V AC or 250 V DC.
13(a) - Lead in white glasses used for optical applications.
15 - Lead in solders to complete a viable electrical connection between semiconductor die and carrier within
integrated circuit flip chip packages.
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Appendix E Safety, Warranty
All ATTO host adapter products have been tested to meet applicable safety standards when operated in proper
electrical and thermal environments.
Safety
Please review the specifications for your specific host adapter before installing and operating it in any computer
system to ensure compatibility.
Installation
Before installing an ATTO host adapter product into your computer system, unplug the computer from its electrical
power source and allow adequate time for electrical discharge and the internal components to cool down before
removing the computer system cover. This will decrease the risk of personal injury from electrical shock or
touching the hot surface of an electrical component.
Once an ATTO host adapter is installed in a computer system, the computer cover must be reinstalled properly
before turning the computer system back on.
Operation
ATTO host adapters require adequate cooling to function properly. If you have any questions as to the airflow
provided by your computer system, please refer to your computer system manual or contact your computer
system manufacturer.
To facilitate proper air circulation, ATTO host adapters should never be operated in a computer system without
the cover installed or with an inoperable fan as this may cause safety or thermal problems which could damage
the ATTO host adapter and void the warranty.
ATTO Technology, Inc. limited warranty
ATTO Technology, Inc. (“ATTO”) warrants to the original purchaser of this product (“Product”) that the Product is
free from defects in material and workmanship for the term described for this specific Product on ATTO's website
(www.attotech.com). ATTO's liability shall be limited to replacing or repairing any defective product at ATTO's
option. There is no charge for parts or labor if ATTO determines that this product is defective.
PRODUCTS WHICH HAVE BEEN SUBJECT TO ABUSE, MISUSE, ALTERATION, NEGLECT, OR THOSE
PRODUCTS THAT HAVE BEEN SERVICED, REPAIRED OR INSTALLED BY UNAUTHORIZED PERSONNEL
WILL NOT BE COVERED UNDER THIS WARRANTY. DAMAGE RESULTING FROM INCORRECT
CONNECTION OR AN INAPPROPRIATE APPLICATION OF THIS PRODUCT SHALL NOT BE THE
RESPONSIBILITY OF ATTO. LIABILITY UNDER THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO ATTO
PRODUCT(S). DAMAGE TO OTHER EQUIPMENT CONNECTED TO ATTO PRODUCT(S) IS THE
CUSTOMER'S RESPONSIBILITY. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS MADE IN LIEU OF ANY OTHER
WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. ATTO DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. TO THE EXTENT IMPLIED
WARRANTIES CANNOT BE EXCLUDED, SUCH IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO
THE EXPRESS WARRANTY PERIOD APPLICABLE TO THE PRODUCT. BECAUSE SOME STATES OR
JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON THE DURATION OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES, THE
ABOVE MAY NOT BE APPLICABLE. ATTO'S RESPONSIBILITY TO REPAIR OR REPLACE A DEFECTIVE
PRODUCT IS THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY PROVIDED TO THE CUSTOMER FOR BREACH OF
THIS WARRANTY.
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ATTO IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE TO OR LOSS OF ANY DATA, PROGRAMS OR ANY MEDIA. THE
PRODUCTS ARE NOT INTENDED FOR USE IN: (I) MEDICAL DEVICES OR THE MEDICAL FIELD; OR (II) USE
IN RUGGED APPLICATIONS.
ATTO IS NOT LIABLE FOR ANY INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES,
IRRESPECTIVE OF WHETHER ATTO HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. NO
ATTO DEALER, AGENT OR EMPLOYEE IS AUTHORIZED TO MAKE ANY MODIFICATION, EXTENSION OR
ADDITION TO THIS WARRANTY.
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