FWA-3240 Manual
FWA-3240 Manual
1U Rackmount Intel Tolapai-based Platform
with 4 Front LAN Ports & LCD Display
Advantech Internet Security Platform
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CE Notification
The FWA-3240, developed by Advantech Co., Ltd., has passed the CE test for environment specifications
when shielded cables are used for external wiring. We recommend the use of shielded cables.
1st Edition Printed in Taiwan March 2006
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1.
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2.
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Packing List
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One FWA-3240 Internet Security Platform
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One box of accessories
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One warranty certificate
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~ Contents ~
1. General Information .......................................................... 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
Introduction ............................................................................ 1
Features ................................................................................. 2
Specifications ...........................................................................2
Dimensions ..............................................................................3
Block Diagram ..........................................................................3
2. System Setup ....................................................................4
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
Removing the cover .................................................................. 4
Installing Memory Module .......................................................... 5
Installing Hard Disk Drive .......................................................... 6
Installing Compact Flash ........................................................... 7
3. Hardware Overview ............................................................8
3.1
System Block Diagram .............................................................. 8
3.1.1
3.2
NAMB-3240 Main Board Block Diagram.................................................. 8
Feature Summary..................................................................... 9
3.2.1 NAMB-3240 Main Board hardware function .................................................. 9
4. Hardware Jumper Guide ....................................................10
4.1
PCA Placement .......................................................................10
4.1.1 Main Board Placement .............................................................................10
4.2
Connector ..............................................................................11
4.2.1 Power Supply Connector Pin-out ...............................................................11
4.2.2 Clear CMOS Header ................................................................................11
4.2.3 Fan Header ...........................................................................................12
4.2.4 CF Header ............................................................................................12
4.2.5 PCI Express Golden Finger .......................................................................13
4.2.6 KB/MS Header .......................................................................................13
4.2.7 LPT Header ...........................................................................................14
4.2.8 Console Connector ...................................................................................14
4.2.9 External Serial Port Header ........................................................................15
4.2.10 USB Connector .....................................................................................15
4.2.11 LAN Port ..............................................................................................16
4.2.12 System Reset Header ..............................................................................16
4.2.13 Debug Port Header ................................................................................16
4.2.14 External GPIO Header ............................................................................17
4.2.15 LED Header .........................................................................................17
4.3
General-Purpose IO (GPIO) Assignments and Descriptions .............18
4.3.1 Tolapai GPIO .........................................................................................18
4.3.2 Super I/O GPIO .....................................................................................19
4.3.3 PCA9554 GPIO ......................................................................................19
1
General Information
1.1 Introduction
The FWA-3240 incorporates Intel’s Tolapai System-on-Chip which combines Intel's QuickAssist
Technology and integrates an Intel Pentium M class core, memory controller and I/O controller. The
high-performance CPU core supplies the horse power needed to perform deep packet inspection and
other complex operations and is particularly optimized for entry to mid-range network security
appliances.
Security applications can run existing x86 software applications because of backward code compatible
with earlier Intel processors. Most network security platforms already run on Intel x86 processors and can
run existing software applications on tolapai because it is backward compatible with earlier Intel
processors. Typical appliance workloads which require IP-SEC encryption, acceleration and compression
of content can offload processing on to the QuickAssist Integrated Accelerator which increases the
effective data throughput and performance and reduces the overall power consumption of a given
application.
The FWA-3240 features a low-power design, and supports up to 2 GB DDR2 on one single-channel
SO-DIMM. It provides a total of four GbE LANs, three of which are from the Tolapai on-chip MACs (Intel
82574-derived) and the fourth from a PCle-based Intel 82574 Ethernet controller.
The on-chip MACs are routed to 3 Marvell PHY devices.
The system supports one 2.5" SATA HDD and CompactFlash for OS and/or Internet security applications.
The front Panel provides a RS-232 serial port with RJ-45 socket, 2 USB ports and a LCD Module for local
system management, maintenance and diagnostics. The system is fully FCC, CE and RoHS compliant.
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1.2 Features
„
1U Rackmount Network Application Platform
„
Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor (Tolapai) solution
„
One internal proprietary PCle x4 expansion slot
„
Single channel DDR2 SODIMM support up to 2 GB
„
4 X 10/100/1000 Mbps GbE LAN ports
„
Console port for local setting
1.3 Specifications
CPU & Chipset
Processor System
Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor (Tolapai) supports 600/1066/1200 MHz processor
Max. Speed
1.2 GHz
Front Side Bus
400/533 MHz
BIOS
Award™ 4Mbit Flash
Technology
Single channel DDR2 800/667/533/400 MHz SODIMM
Capacity
Up to 2 GB with 1 slot
Memory
Expansion
Ethernet
Onboard Expansion slots
One proprietary internal PCle x4 connector
Interface
4 x 10/100/1000 Base-T
Controller
SATA
Storage
Peripheral
Power
Environment
Physical
Three GbE from Intel EP80579 Integrated Processor + Marvell 88E1111 PHY
One GbE from Intel 82574, with bypass function
1 x 2.5" HDD bay
Max. data transfer rate at 150 MB/sec
Controller
JMicron (SATA to IDE bridge)
Compact Flash Socket
1 x CF socket on IDE 0 (Primary)
USB
2 x USB 2.0
Serial
1 x RS-232 with RJ-45 connector
LCD Module
16 Characters. 2 lines. 5buttons
Pin headers
K/B, Mouse, LPT, COM
Watt
180 W
Input
Temperature
90 ~ 240V AC, auto range
Operating
Non-Operating
0 ~ 40℃ (32 ~ 104℉)
-20 ~ 75℃ (-4 ~ 167℉)
Humidity
5 ~ 85% @ 40℃ (104℉)
Dimensions (W x H x D)
426 x 44 x 236 mm (16.8" x 1.7" x 9.3")
Weight
4.2kg (9.3lb)
2
5 ~ 95%
1.4 Dimensions
1.5 Block Diagram
3
2
System setup
Setting up your FW-3240 requires only a screwdriver and a small amount of time. Before you begin, you
should also gather together all of the device you plan to install, as well as the CPU, RAM, HDD, and etc.
The front panel of FWA-3240 includes a LCD display module, four Ethernet ports, aRS-232 console port,
and two LEDs where one is power LED and another is HDD LED. On the rear panel, there is a power switch
located on the top right hand corner.
2.1 Removing the cover
There are screws which secure the cover to the chassis. They are along the sides, near the top. Remove
them, and then slide the cover to the rear of the chassis.
Figure 2-1: Remove top cover
DDR2 slot
Figure 2-2: Inside of FWA-3240
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2.2 Installing Memory Module
1. Unlock a DIMM socket by. Align the notch of the DIMM memory module to match on the socket and
insert the DIMM into the socket until the DIMM is properly seated.
2. Press the DIMM inward to lock the DIMM memory module. Installing memory module is completed.
Figure 2-3: Install RAM module
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2.3 Installing Hard Disk Drive
1. Unscrew each side of the HDD supporting frame on the chassis and pull it out.
2. Put the HDD above the HDD supporting frame and position the screws accordingly.
3. Screw each side of the HDD supporting frame to fix on the chassis.
4. Connect the SATA cable included in the accessory box to the connector on the HDD. Connect power
connector to the HDD. Installing Hard Disk Drive is completed.
Figure 2-4: Install HDD
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2.4 Installing Compact Flash
1. Position a CompactFlash disk accordingly in the CompactFlash disk socket and push it inward.
Installing CompactFlash disk is completed.
Figure 2-5: Install CF card
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3
Hardware Overview
3.1 System Block Diagram
3.1.1 NAMB-3240 Main Board Block Diagram
Figure 3-1: NAMB-3240 Main Board Block Diagram
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3.2 Feature Summary
3.2.1 NAMB-3240 Main Board hardware function
Table 3-1: Overview of the NAMB-3240 major hardware function
Integrated chipset
z
(CPU + NB + SB chipset)
Memory
Expansion Slots
Tolapai 65nm packed in 1088-Ball FCBGA, 3.75cm x 3.75cm Processor with 256K L2 Cache,
FSB 400/533 600MHz/1.0 Ghz/2.0 Ghz
z
One DIMM socket supporting DDR2 SODIMM technology memory.
z
200-pin DDR2-533, DDR2-667 and DDR2-800 can be used.
z
Up to 2GB memory capacity
z
One full-length/180degree PCI Express x4 slot.
z
One 3Gbit/s SATA port
z
One CF Socket
z
W83793G hardware monitor chip
z
One 10/100/1000 Intel® 82574L Controller
z
Three 10/100/1000 RGMII Marvell PHYs
z
Winbond W83627HG
Storage
System Management
LAN
-
LPC interface
-
Support PS2 interface
-
Support one Paraell port interface
Super IO
z
One DDR2 SODIMM socket
z
One CF 40-pin connector
z
One SATA-2 connector
z
AT-12V Standard on the first 5 pins
z
8.4” x 6.5", 6-layer design
Internal connector
Board Size
9
4
Hardware Jumper Guide
4.1
PCA Placement
4.1.1 Main Board Placement
Figure 4-1: NAMB-3240 Placement
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4.2
Connector
4.2.1
Power Supply Connector Pin-out
The motherboard shall accommodate power connectors as described in the AT Specifications.
The main connector shall be 7-pin connector as specified in the AT-12V Power Supply Design Guide
as referenced above.
Figure 4-2: Power Supply Connector 1x7Pin(CN2)
4.2.2
Clear CMOS Header
Use a three pin header. for Clear CMOS data
Figure 4-3: CMOS Header 3Pin(CN9)
Table 4-1: Clear CMOS Jumper Definition
Jumper
Circuit
Comment
1-2 Installed
Pull up
Pull up to VBAT 3.3V, Normal status (Default)
2-3 Installed
Pull down
Pull to ground to clear CMOS
No install
Invalid
Invalid
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4.2.3 Fan Header
The number of fans in each platform may be different.
Locations of the fan headers shall
accommodate circulation of fresh air from the front of the chassis.
MOLEX 22-23-2051 with pin out outlined below.
Figure 4-4: FAN Header 4Pin(CN1,CN2,CN12)
4.2.4 CF Header
25 X 2 Pin header
Figure 4-5: CF Header 50Pin(CN18)
12
The fan header shall be type
4.2.5
PCI Express Golden Finger
Figure 4-6: PCI Express Slot 64Pin(GF1 )
4.2.6
KB/MS Header
Figure 4-7: KB/MS Connector 1x8Pin(CN28 )
13
4.2.7
LPT Header
Figure 4-8: LPT Header 2x13Pin(CN27 )
4.2.8
Console Connector
Figure 4-9: RJ45 Connector(CN23 ), the default baud rate is 19200.
14
4.2.9 External Serial Port Header
Figure 4-10: External Serial Pin Header(CN20 )
4.2.10
USB Connector
Figure 4-11: USB Connector(CN24 )
15
4.2.11
LAN Port
LED status:
GbE Link: Green
(Left)
FE Link: Amber (Left)
Action Link: Green/Blink (Right)
Figure 4-12: RJ45 for LAN Connectors (CN25,CN26,CN21 from Tolapai, CN22 from 82574L)
Tolapai ‘s LAN LED issues notice: Link LED wasn’t work correctly and plan to fix on next version.
4.2.12 System Reset Header
2 X 1 Pin 2.54mm header
Pin
Comment
1
Pull up to VCC5
2
Connect to ground
Figure 4-13: System Reset Header(CN7)
4.2.13
Debug Port Header
Figure 4-14: Debug Port(CN13)
16
4.2.14
External GPIO Header
Figure 4-15: External GPIO Header(CN29)
4.2.15
LED Header
Figure 4-16: LED Header(CN17)
17
4.3
General-Purpose IO (GPIO) Assignments and Descriptions
4.3.1
Tolapai GPIO
Table 4-2: Tolapai GPIO Definition
Signals Name
I/O Type
Tolerance
Function
Comments
GPIO0
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO1
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GP2_PIRQE#
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GP3_PIRQF#
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GP4_PIRQG#
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GP5_PIRQH#
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO6
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO7
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO8
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO9
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO10
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GP11_SMBALERT#
I
SMBALERT#
NA
GPIO12
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO13
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO14
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO15
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO16
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
NC
GPIO17
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
Boot options
GPIO18
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
NC
GPIO19
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
NC
GPIO20
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
NA
GPIO21
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
NC
GPIO23
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
NC
GPIO24
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
Connect to PCIE Slot
GPIO25
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
GP26_SATA0GP
I
GPIO27
I/O
GPIO28
SATA0GP
3.3V
GPIO
Connect to PCIE Slot
NA
Connect to PCIE Slot
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
GP29_SATA1GP
I
3.3V
SATA1GP
NA
GPIO30
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO31
I
3.3V
GPI
NA
GPIO33
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
Boot options
GPIO34
I/O
3.3V
GPIO
NA
GPIO40
I
3.3V
GPI
GP41_LDRQ[1]#
I
3.3V
LDRQ[1]#
GPIO48
O
3.3V
GPO
18
Connect to PCIE Slot
IERR
LDRQ[1]#
NC
4.3.2
Super I/O GPIO
Table 4-3: Super I/O GPIO Definition
Signals Name
I/O Type
Tolerance
Function
Comments
GP10
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP11
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP12
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP13
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP14
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP15
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP16
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP17
I/O
5V
GPO
Port80 LED
GP20
I/O
5V
GPI
NA
GP21/SCL
I/O
5V
SCL
SCL
GP22/SDA
I/O
5V
SDA
GP23/PLED
I/O
5V
SDA
NC
GP24/WDTO
I/O
5V
WDTO
GP25/IRRX
I/O
5V
IRRX
NC
Connect to LAN Bypass
GP26/IRTX
I/O
5V
IRTX
NC
GP30/SLP_SX#
I/O
5V
SLP_SX#
From Tolapai SLP_S3#
GP31/PWRCTL#
I/O
5V
PWRCTL#
NC
GP32/PWROK
I/O
5V
PWROK
GP33/RSMRST#
I/O
5V
RSMRST#
GP34/CIRRX
I/O
5V
GPIO
NC
GP35/SUSLED
I/O
5V
GPIO
NC
4.3.3
Connect to Tolapai
PCA9554 GPIO
Table 4-4: PCA9554 Pin Definition
Signals Name
I/O Type
Tolerance
Function
GPIO0
I/O
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin3
GPIO1
I/O
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin4
GPIO2
I/O
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin5
GPIO3
I/O I
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin6
GPIO4
I/O I
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin7
GPIO5
I/O
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin8
GPIO6
I/O
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin9
GPIO7
I/O
5V
GPI
Connect CN29 Pin10
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Comments
Table: Memory compatibility test table
Brand
PHY
num
4
Size
Speed
2GB
667
Type ECC REG
DDR2
NO NO
Vendor PN
78.A2G75.AT5
Memory chip
Criteria Measurement Judgment
7XE22
D9HNQ
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
PASS
8AE12
Apacer
4
1GB
667
DDR2
NO NO
78.02G75.AT2
D9HNQ
7XE22
D9HNQ
Transcend
4
512MB
533
DDR2
NO NO
76.9325G.B12
0702SP TAIWAN
No error
4
2GB
800
DDR2
NO NO
202411-0183
PSC A3R1GE3CFF
& PASS
4
2GB
667
DDR2
NO NO
190938-0099
4
1GB
800
DDR2
NO NO
198309-0033
4
512MB
533
DDR2
NO NO
195474-0081
4
1GB
667
DDR2
NO NO
190938-0038
4
1GB
800
DDR2
NO NO
AZ28K64B8BJE7S SEC 816 HCE7 K4T1G084QQ
PASS
PASS
4
2GB
800
DDR2
NO NO
AZ56K64E8BJE7S SEC 816 HCE7 K4T1G084QQ
PASS
PASS
804RAB47
more
7PE11
than 3
D9HNL
times in
8AE22
D9HNP
SEC 719 ZCE6
K4T51083QC
7PE11 D9HNL
test
utility.
ATP
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