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ATTO FibreCenter™ 3400
Secure Data Path Application
Installation and Operation Manual
© 2002 ATTO Technology, Inc. All rights reserved. All brand or product names are trademarks of their respective
holders. No part of this manual may be reproduced in any form or by any means without the express written
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5/02 Document Control Number: PRMA-0320-000
Contents 1 Fibre Channel is a key technology for storage ................................1 Glossary 2 ATTO FibreCenter supports diverse SAN needs .............................3 Quick start instructions 3 ATTO FibreCenter 3400 characteristics ............................................5 Specifications Local and network management Features 4 Setting up the FC Rack System .........................................................7 Physical dimensions Operating environment Mounting Air flow and cool
7.3 Configuration commands 17 Flush Rate Reset Setup Switch Switch Delay 8 Updating firmware ..............................................................................19 Linux Kernel Update Flash File System (FFS) Update 9 Troubleshooting ..................................................................................20 Index: Command Line Interface ................................................................ i Appendix A: Standards and compliances ...................................
1 Fibre Channel is a key technology for storage Fibre Channel is a serial communications technology designed to transfer large amounts of data between a variety of hardware systems over long distances. It is a key technology for applications that require shared, high bandwidth access to storage. Fibre Channel provides a logical point-to point A SAN is a shared storage architecture connecting serial channel for the transfer of data between a computers and storage devices for online data buffe
Term Definition LED 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. LUN Logical Unit Number: a Fibre Channel identifier of a device N_port A port that connects a node to a fabric or to another node as in a point-to-point configuration. NL port A port that connects a node in Fibre Channel arbitrated loop POST Power On Systems Test: a series of self-diagnostic tests stored in RAM
2 ATTO FibreCenter supports diverse SAN needs The ATTO FibreCenter 3400 provides a 2-gigabit Fibre Channel rackmount hub configured with eight Fibre Channel ports and an Ethernet management port. The ATTO FibreCenter 3400 integrates industry- Available as a Fibre Channel rack system module, leading performance and Storage Area Network it provides dependable performance for high capabilities into mid-range applications. availability systems through hot swappable, dual power modular design. Qu
Exhibit 2-2 Dual-zone configuration (Zone 2 and Zone 3). Each zone is independent of the other, and so may be configured to run at different or the same speed: 1 Gigabit or 2 Gigabit. Ports 2, 3 and 4 may access port 1, but only one at a time, under control of the Command Line Interface Setup and Switch commands. Ports 6, 7 and 8 may access port 5, but only one at a time under control of the Setup and Switch commands. Zone 2 Zone 3 Port 1 Port 2 Port 3 Port 4 Port 5 Port 6 Port 7 Port 8 Host
3 ATTO FibreCenter 3400 characteristics ATTO FibreCenter 3400 is a 2-Gigabit Fibre Channel hub configured with eight (8) Fibre Channel ports and an Ethernet management port. The FibreCenter 3400 is designed to integrate industry leading performance and Storage Area Network (SAN) capabilities into mid-range applications by providing a high-speed, central connection point for Fibre Channel connections. The FibreCenter 3400 Fibre Channel rack system ❈Support for Fibre Channel Class 2, Class 3
Exhibit 3-1 Front view of the FibreCenter 3400 Exhibit 3-2 Module view of the FibreCenter 3400 Secure Data Path Applicationv 6
4 Setting up the FC Rack System The ATTO FC Rack System is a configurable 19-inch rack system with two bays designed to house the ATTO FibreCenter 3400. The 1U rackmount enclosure provides the flexibility to integrate the ATTO FibreCenter in pairs. The following items are included with the ATTO modules. Ambient air near the inlets should not FC Rack System: exceed 40° C. WARNING Do not block the vents on either side of the ❈Up to two (2) ATTO FibreCenter modules main enclosure. Blocking the
Output voltage: +12 Volts @ 5 Amps (60 watts) 2 Slide the power module into the rack enclosure until you feel it make contact with continuous, 5.8 amps (70 watts) peak. the backplane connector. The face of the Power draw: The maximum power draw is 2 power module should be flush against the Amps @ 110 Volts for the entire ATTO FC Rack rack enclosure edges. System. When the ATTO FC Rack System has 3 Secure the power module by tightening the two power modules, the entire unit will draw 2
5 Setting up the ATTO FibreCenter The ATTO FibreCenter 3400 fits into a standard rack mount module enclosure. While configuration changes can be made “on the fly,” data transmission will be interrupted. To make changes without impacting data, make changes before activating data transmission. Installing the FibreCenter 1 Slide the hub module horizontally into the Cable limitations are listed in the chart on rack enclosure until you feel it make contact the next page. with the backplane conne
Connecting Fibre Channel ports The Fibre Channel ports connect into an When connecting to a switch, make sure that only Arbitrated Loop. one port of the FibreCenter 3400, or multiple hubs daisy chained together, are connected to the When devices connected to the FibreCenter 3400 switch. are powered up, each NL_Port must sign in with the other ports on the loop. Each port first You may not connect ports from multiple switches attempts to find an FL_Port within the loop. to the same loop
6 Configuring the ATTO FibreCenter The ATTO FibreCenter 3400 may be configured as one 8-port hub (Zone 1) or two 4-port hubs (Zone 2 and Zone 3). Each Fibre Channel bus in the two-zone configuration can run at different speeds (1Gb or 2Gb). The zones may be configured as either a one or two A-B style switch in a FC-AL loop. Configuration is managed through a 10/100 BaseT Ethernet port. The software necessary to drive the FibreCenter Only the initiators can stop data transfer; the 3400 consis
FibreCenter 3400 Switching Patterns Invalid Switching Patterns A-B switch model Zone P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 Reason: Hub ports any must be 1-1 map Zone P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 2 P8 not in zone 2 1 3 P4 not in zone 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 2 3 3 3 Exhibit 6-1 Single zone configuration (Zone 1), an eig
7 Command Line Interface use and guidance You will be able to perform all configuration via the Telnet interface through the Ethernet port using Command Line Interface (CLI) commands. To configure the ATTO FibreCenter you will CLI command conventions access the Command Line Interface (CLI), a set of ❈CLI commands are case insensitive: you may type all upper or all lower case or a mixture. ASCII commands, through a Telnet session. Upper and lower case in this manual and the Except for the
Exhibit 7-3 Command conventions. Do not type symbols when entering commands. Symbol Indicates [ ] Required entry • Space character (ASCII 32 decimal) < > Optional entry | pick one of … Ellipses, repetition of preceding item \n end of line – a range (6 – 9 = 6, 7, 8, 9) Boldface words must be typed as they appear Italicized words Parameters which must be replaced by whatever they represent RACK 000 or 000 required parameters LL Hub zone [ 01 | 02 | 03 ] C Channel or port number such as [ 2
7.1 Ethernet and Telnet configuration commands Configure the ATTO FibreCenter 3400 using a Telnet session over the Ethernet port. The commands in this section configure or provide information about the Ethernet port and the Telnet session. Default Router Sets a new default router address for the Telnet server. Set the default router within the subnet as defined by the subnet mask and IP Address. Limit: 0-255 Default: 0.0.0.0 Action: Information: setRACK 000DefaultRouter[n.n.n.n] getRACK
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