Allnet FW8888 Owner Manual

Allnet FW8888 Owner Manual
FW8888
ALLNET Low Power Utility Server
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4.
Intel Atom N270, 1.6GHz
Memory Support
2 DDRII 400/533, 2GB Max.
Storage
CF
IDE
2 2.5” SATA HDD (option, support RAID0/RAID1)
Expansion slots
1 PCI slot
Onboard LAN
1 1000Mbps Fiber Channel LAN
5 10/100/1000Mbps LAN
Front Panel I/O
Power Button
Reset Button
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O
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Processor
2 Front
2 Panel I/O
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Item
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1 System Specification
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G
F
Description
Item
Description
H
Port4, 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet
Power Button
I
Port3, 10/100/1000Mpbs Ethernet
Reset Button
J
Port2, 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet
D
USB 2.0 Ports
K
Port1, 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet
E
Serial Port Console
L
Power LED
F
Port6, 1000Mbps Fiber Channel
M
Storage Activity LED
G
Port5, 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet
N
PCI Bracket Fixture (reserved for
customer PCI extension cards)
A
LCM Module
B
C
2.1 RJ45 (Port1~Port5) LED Indicator Definition:
Power LED
Storage Activity LED
LED
Dual port USB 2.0 A Type- connector
Link
Indicator
DB9 Serial Port Connector
1 SFP Fiber Channel Module Connector
5 GbE LAN RJ45 connector
Back Panel I/O
System FAN
Power Supply
Chassis Dimension
Activity
Indicator
Color
LED Status
Orange
On
1000Mbps Link
On
100Mbps Link
Green
Green
2x 40x40x20mm, 6200rpm system FAN
250W, 1U Form factor, 100V~240V AC, 50Hz~60Hz,
Auto Switch
426.5(W)x306.0(D)x44.5(H)mm
Condition
Off
10Mbps Link
On
Link established
Off
No Link
Blink
LAN Activity present
2.2 Fiber Channel (Port 6) Indicator Definition:
2 USB 2.0 A Type- Connector
VGA Connector
H
Fault Indicator
Link Indicator
LED
Color
Fault
Indicator
Green
Link
Indicator
Orange
LED Status
Condition
On
Fiber Channel Error
Off
Fiber Channel Functional
On
SFP Module Present
Blink
SFP Module not present
2.3 Power and HDD Storage LED Definition
LED
Color
Power
Blue
Storage
Activity
Green
LED Status
Condition
On
System power on
Off
System power off
On
Storage acting
Blink
Storage no activity
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J
K L M
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6.
3 Back Panel
O O
O
B
O
A
C
D
Item
Description
A
USB 2.0 Ports
B
VGA Connector
C
System Fans
1 m em ory m odule
D
Power Supply Unit
2 m em ory m odules
D IM M 1
4 Onboard Connectors, Pin Headers
and Jumper Setting:
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4.1 System Memory:
4.1.1 Overview:
Intel 945GSE supports DDRII 400/533 memory modules,
total 2GB system memory Max.
4.1.2 Configuration:
By Intel 945GSE chipset default, users have to populate
DIMM1 to make system work properly. Please refer to the
following table for correct memory module population
D
E
L
B A
F
G
K
H
I
Item Description
Item
Description
A
DDR2 DIMM1
G
Compact Flash Card Socket
B
DDR2 DIMM2
H
32-bit/33MHz PCI slot
C
VAG1,2x8 boxed header
I
USB3, 2x5 pin header, for rear panel
USB 2.0
D
PWRCON4PS
J
PWRCON4P
E
40-pin IDE connector
K
CF Master/Slave Setting
F
SATA1 and SATA2
L
Clear CMOS Jumper
V
V
D IM M 2
V
4.1.3 Installing Memory Module:
4.1.3.1 Unlock a DDR2 DIMM socket by pressing the retaining
clips outward.
4.1.3.2 Align a DDR2 memory module so that the notch on the
module matches the break-on key on the DIMM socket.
4.1.3.3 Firmly insert the memory module into the socket until the
retaining clip snap back in place.
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4.2 IDE connector and Compact Flash card socket :
4.2.1 IDE connector:
IDE connector supports standard ATA 33/66/100 devices.
The pin 20 is removed intentionally for the purpose of
dummy-proof.
IDE connector also supports 40 pin IDE DOM
(disk on module).
IDE connector is designed to use primary channel and
default is set to Slave.
4.2.2. Compact Flash card socket:
Type II CF card connector supports type II CF (compact
flash) memory cards.
Please be noted that it is designed as Primary IDE Master,
so CF card does not support hot plug feature as normal CF
card readers.
4.2.3. CF card Master/Slave Setting:
CF card can be configured as Primary IDE Master / Slave by
CF_SET_J1.
CF_SET_J1
Jumper Position
Description
4.4 Default Jumper Settings:
4.4.1 Clear CMOS:
Disable: 1-2 pin short (default)
Clear CMOS: 2-3 pin short
CCMOS1
Jumper Position
Description
Disable (Default)
Clear CMOS
4.5 Other Onboard Connectors:
4.5.1 PWRON4P and PWRCON4PS:
PWRCON4P: provides 12V and 5V DC. PWRCON4P
is reserved for supplying 5V and 12V for SATA hard drive
or IDE devices.
PWRCON4PS: provides 12V and 5V DC. PWRCON4PS
is reserved for supplying 5V and 12V for IDE DOM
(Disk On Module)
Please check the following pin-out definition for using PWRCON4P
and PWRCON4PS as power source of your device.
CF Card is set to IDE Master (Default)
CF Card is set to IDE Slave
4.3 SATA1 and SATA2:
SATA1 and SATA2 are designed to connect SATA devices via
7-pin SATA cable. Please refer to the following figure for SATA pin
definition.
4.5.2 VGA1 and USB3 pin 1 : alignment:back panel VGA
and USB ports are default connected via cables to
main board VGA1 and USB3 respectively.
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5 Installation Guide
5.3 Attach storage device.
5.3.1 Compact Flash card:
5.1 Remove the top cover: There are 5 screws fixing the top cover
please remove the top cover for the following installation
proce.
5.3.2 IDE or SATA devices:
If you take IDE or SATA devices as your storage device,
please attach IDE or SATA cable to corresponded
connectors on the main board. The PWRCON4P and
PWRCON4PS are designed to provide 5V/12V for
IDE/SATA devices.
5.4 Close the top cover and secure the top cover with screw.
5.2 Populate DDRII DRAM module: Please refer to section
Front
4.1 when installing DDRII DRAM module.
5.5 Attach AC Power Cord and turn the AC switch on then press
PWR BTN to turn on the system.
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Front
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6 BIOS Setting
Follow on-screen instruction to change Hard Disk Boot Priority
6.1 Boot Sequence:
6.1.1 Default boot sequence: Hard Disk->USB-CDROM->
USB FDD->Boot Other Device
6.1.2 Changing Hard Disk Boot Priority:
Navigate to “Hard Disk Boot Priority” then press enter
6.2 Setting Port1 as First LAN in OS:
By Default, Linux initiates PCI Express device driver prior to
PCI devices. Therefore, Port1 will not be assigned as eth0 in
Linux if you enable Por3~Port6 during Linux install.
Please follow the instruction to disable Port3~6 before installing
Linux and get Port1 as eth0.
6.2.1 Press “Del” when booting system to enter BIOS CMOS
Setup Utility.
6.2.2 Navigate to “Advanced Chipset Features” then press enter.
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6.2.3 Navigate to “Function Ports” then press ener
6.2.5 Save and Exit, after system reboots, Port3~6 are
disabled during Linux Installation.
6.3 Disabling Boot Beep in BIOS:
By default, there is a beep sound when system finishes early
stage BIOS boot sequence. To disable the beep during boot
sequence, please follow the following procedure:
6.3.1 Press “Del” when booting system to enter BIOS CMOS
Setup Utility.
6.3.2 Navigate to “Advanced Chipset Features” then press
enter.
6.2.4 Select “Disabled” on LAN Port 3~6.
6.3.3 Navigate to “Function Ports” then press enter
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16.
6.3.4 Set “Buzzer” to “Disabled” to disable the boot beep.
6.4.3 Navigate to “WOL LAN Port 1” and press enter.
6.4.4 Select “Disabled” to disable WOL of Port1
6.3.5 Save and Exit, system will not beep during boot.
6.4 Disabling WOL (Wake on LAN) of Port1:
By default, Port1 supports WOL (Wake on LAN) feature and
is “Enabled”. Please follow the following procedure to disable
WOL of Port1.
6.4.1 Press “Del” when booting system to enter BIOS CMOS
Setup Utility.
6.4.2 Navigate to “Power Management Setup” and press enter
6.4.5 Save and Exit to finish the procedure.
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6.5 Optional SATA RAID
SATA from Intel ICH7M supports Intel RAID 0 and RAID 1 feature.
By default, SATA are set to “Enhanced Mode” and “AHCI enabled”.
Please follow the procedure to change BIOS setting to support
Intel IAA RAID.
6.5.1 Press “Del” key during system boot to enter BIOS CMOS
Setup Utility.
6.5.4 Navigate to “OnChip IDE Devices” and press “Enter”.
The following setting are default setting:
SATA Mode: AHCI
On-Chip Serial ATA: Enhanced Mode.
6.5.5 Navigate to “SATA Mode” and press “Enter” key
6.5.2 Navigate to “Integrated Peripherals” and press “Enter”
6.5.6 Navigate to “RAID” and press “Enter” key
6.5.3 Navigate to “OnChip IDE Devices” and press “Enter”
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6.5.7 SATA1 and SATA2 now are set to support Intel IAA RAID
7.3 LCM Initial Setting
7.3.1 16 character, 2 lines. Character format is: 5x7+cursor
7.3.2 Cursor display means shift right 1 character
7.3.3 When character reads in to LCM display, position address
adds 1bit and cursor shifts to right 1 character automatically.
7.4 Instruction Set:
Clear Display
6.5.5 Save and Exit to finish the procedure.
7 LCM Programming Instruction Set
FW8888 has a LCM display that communicates with FW8888
main board via Serial (RS232) interface. In the front panel,
there are 4 buttons (up, down, enter and escape) that can
control the uP of LCM module to display or configured
customer desired information of FW8888.
7.1 Connector (COM2) Pin-Out Definition
Pin #
Host to LCM
Command
0x10, 0x01
Explain
Clears all currently displayed characters
Response
LCM to Host
Command
0x11(Acknowledge OK)
0x14(Acknowledge Fail and no action executed)
Return Home
Direction
Host to LCM
Command
0x10, 0x02
Explain
Returns cursor display to character 1 of line 1
Response
LCM to Host
Command
0x11(Acknowledge OK)
0x14(Acknowledge Fail and no action executed)
Definition
1
2
3
4
DCD#
DSR#
RXD (Serial input from host system)
RTS#
5
6
7
8
TXD (Serial output to host system)
CTS#
DTR#
+5V
9
10
Ground
No Pin
7.2 Serial Interface Protocol:
Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter
Baud Rate: 9600 bps
Data: 8 bit
Parity Check: No
Stop Bit: 1
Direction
Display On/Off
Direction
Host to LCM
Command
0x10, 0x08(entire display off)
0x10, 0x0C(entire display on & cursor off)
0x10, 0x0E(entire display & cursor on)
Explain
Setting LCM to show cursor or not
Setting LCM display area all On or all Off
Response
LCM to Host
Command
0x11(Acknowledge OK)
0x14(Acknowledge Fail and no action executed)
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Turn On/Off Backlight
Direction
Host to LCM
Command
0x10, 0x38 (turn off backlight)
0x10, 0x39 (turn on backlight)
Explain
Turn on or turn off backlight
Response
LCM to Host
Command
0x11(Acknowledge OK)
0x14(Acknowledge Fail and no action executed)
Button Return Values
Direction
LCM to Host
Command
0x15, Up
0x16, Down
0x17, Enter
SeDisplay Character Position Address
Direction
Host to LCM
Command
0x10, 0x80~0x8F (Line 1, character 1~16)
0x10, 0xC0~0xCF (Line 2, character 1~16)
Explain
Set character display position
Response
LCM to Host
Command
0x11(Acknowledge OK)
0x14(Acknowledge Fail and no action executed)
Write Display Data into Position Address
Direction
Host to LCM
Command
0x12, 0x00~0xFF (ASCII code and extension ROM code)
Explain
Display character on the position address.
Position address will automatically add 1 bit after data written in
Position address available: 0x80~0x8F, 0xC0~0xCF
Response
LCM to Host
Command
0x11(Acknowledge OK)
0x14(Acknowledge Fail and no action executed)
0x18, Escape
Explain
LCM will return the corresponded value to Host when key pressed
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24.
Appendix:
A. ASCII Code
Char
Hex
Char
Hex
Char
Hex
Char
Hex
(nul)
0x00
(sp)
0x20
@
0x40
`
0x60
(soh)
0x01
!
0x21
A
0x41
a
0x61
(stx)
0x02
"
0x22
B
0x42
b
0x62
(etx)
0x03
#
0x23
C
0x43
c
0x63
(eot)
0x04
$
0x24
D
0x44
d
0x64
(enq)
0x05
%
0x25
E
0x45
e
0x65
(ack)
0x06
&
0x26
F
0x46
f
0x66
(bel)
0x07
'
0x27
G
0x47
g
0x67
(bs)
0x08
(
0x28
H
0x48
h
0x68
(ht)
0x09
)
0x29
I
0x49
i
0x69
(nl)
0x0a
*
0x2a
J
0x4a
j
0x6a
(vt)
0x0b
+
0x2b
K
0x4b
k
0x6b
(np)
0x0c
,
0x2c
L
0x4c
l
0x6c
(cr)
0x0d
-
0x2d
M
0x4d
m
0x6d
(so)
0x0e
.
0x2e
N
0x4e
n
0x6e
(si)
0x0f
/
0x2f
O
0x4f
o
0x6f
(dle)
0x10
0
0x30
P
0x50
p
0x70
(dc1)
0x11
1
0x31
Q
0x51
q
0x71
(dc2)
0x12
2
0x32
R
0x52
r
0x72
(dc3)
0x13
3
0x33
S
0x53
s
0x73
(dc4)
0x14
4
0x34
T
0x54
t
0x74
(nak)
0x15
5
0x35
U
0x55
u
0x75
(syn)
0x16
6
0x36
V
0x56
v
0x76
(etb)
0x17
7
0x37
W
0x57
w
0x77
(can)
0x18
8
0x38
X
0x58
x
0x78
(em)
0x19
9
0x39
Y
0x59
y
0x79
(sub)
0x1a
:
0x3a
Z
0x5a
z
0x7a
(esc)
0x1b
;
0x3b
[
0x5b
{
0x7b
(fs)
0x1c
<
0x3c
\
0x5c
|
0x7c
(gs)
0x1d
=
0x3d
]
0x5d
}
0x7d
(rs)
0x1e
>
0x3e
^
0x5e
~
0x7e
(us)
0x1f
?
0x3f
_
0x5f
(del)
0x7f
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