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HP StorageWorks SAN Switch 2/16 B-Series Family
The StorageWorks SAN Switch 2/16 is a 2 Gb transfer speed Fibre Channel SAN Fabric Switch featuring the optional ability to trunk or aggregate the throughput of up to four inter switch ports. With sixteen ports, users will be able to create up to four 8 Gb Trunked ISLs between two or more similar 2 Gb switches. It also features the new, optional SFP (Small-Form-Factor-Pluggable) connectors, which allow for higher port density than was available using GBICs. The higher speed, coupled with the optional trunking feature, will allow users to install these switches in pairs for use as high speed backbone devices for joining SAN islands with little to no performance degradation. The increased performance of these switches also is appropriate where high throughput needs exist, such as video streaming, intensive on-line transaction processing (OLTP), and medical imaging. The SAN Switch 2/16 combines 1 Gb and 2 Gb Fibre Channel throughput with new features that greatly enhance switch operation.
Key Features and Benefits
Reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for SAN Infrastructure Enables storage consolidation, simplified management of data center SAN environment Interoperability with the more than 1 MILLION port HP SAN Switch installed base Highest integration with HP Open View Storage Area Manager via: SAN Switch API SAN Switch element managers HP StorageWorks Fabric Manager Broadest range of compatibility with SAN products Multi-vendor server and storage environment Widest range of HP SAN solutions Backward compatible with previously installed 1Gb and 2Gb SAN Switches HP Power Pack (Optional) - highest supported modular functionality Trunking - highest throughput between switches (8Gb/sec) HW enforced WWN Zoning (Advanced Zoning) Proactive threshold monitor (Fabric Watch) Advanced Performance Monitor Per Switch element manager (WebTools) Support for extended distance (Extended Fabrics) Support for multi-protocol gateways (Remote Switch)
DA - 11066
North America Version 26 June 24, 2005
HP StorageWorks SAN Switch 2/16 StorageWorks SAN Switch 2/16
SAN Switch 2/16 will interoperate with SAN Switch 1/x running the firmware version defined in the SAN Design Guide: http://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/san/documentation.html Sixteen auto-sensing 1 and 2 Gb universal, self-configuring ports (F, FL, E). Can be programmed to fixed 1 Gb or 2 Gb speed. Full 32 Gb switching capacity for un-congested fully sustained, 2 Gb full duplex throughput. Redundant hot swappable cooling (fan) unit. Redundant, hot swappable power supplies. Enhanced Fault Detection Logic. Parity protection on all data paths and for system memory. Three digital thermometers for temperature sensing. ISL Trunking (optional) Hardware Enforced Zoning Frame Filtering Web tools End-to-End Performance Analysis (optional) Remote Switch (optional) Optional Fabric Manager (optional) WebTools OpenView SNMP, IP API Initial support: Refer to the guidelines described in the Heterogenous Open SAN Design Reference Guide available at: http://www.compaq.com/products/storageworks/san/documentation.html
16 non-blocking ports
Advanced Fabric Services
Software Components, Standard
Frame Filtering An ASIC based capability in the 2 Gb family of switches that enables new applications and features. The switch now has the ability to "view" the first 64 bytes of the Fibre Channel frame. At this time, Frame Filtering enables advanced capabilities such as Advanced Zoning and Advanced Performance Monitoring. In the 2 Gb generation of switches, WWN Zoning and Access Control are enforced by hardware that provides the same simple administration previously enforced only with software. Administrators can organize a physical fabric into logical groups and prevent unauthorized access by devices outside the Zone. QuickLoop enables Fibre Channel private-loop devices in legacy environments to migrate to a fully scalable Fabric to be used for a Storage Area Network (SAN). It supports Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) devices with a Fabric. This advanced service enables private-loop hosts and storage devices to attach to a Fabric without modifying host drivers.
Enables organizations to monitor and manage single Fibre Channel switches and small SAN fabrics. Tasks can be performed through a Java-capable Web browser from a standard laptop, desktop PC or workstation from any location within the enterprise.
Software Components, Optional
SAN Switch 2/16 Power Pack Software Bundle Includes bundled license for the following: ISL Trunking Advanced Performance Monitor Remote Switch Extended Fabric Fabric Watch ISL Trunking For high performance enhanced Trunking, this optional license logically groups up to four E-ports to provide a high bandwidth trunk between two switches. Each 2 Gb switch needs its own license. The switch operating system views the trunk as a single, high bandwidth resource (up to 8 Gb) when routing connections between switches. Connections are load-balanced across the individual links, which comprise the logical trunk group. Each 16-port switch can have a total of four separate 4-port Trunk groups. This enabling technology helps administrators monitor and watch specific fabric metrics from a SID (Source ID) to a DID (Destination ID), so they can fine-tune and scale the fabric more efficiently. Plus, Advanced Performance Monitoring includes the ability for early warning detection of hot spots within the fabric, a powerful tool for maintaining overall balanced performance. Remote switch fabric functions with the aid of a bridging device or network bridge. The network bridge supports both Fibre Channel physical interfaces as well as secondary non Fibre Channel FCIP physical interface. Extends all of the scalability, reliability, and performance benefits of Fibre Channel Storage Area Networks (SANs) beyond the native 10 km distance specified by the Fibre Channel standard. Fabric Manager is a highly scalable, Java-based application that manages multiple switches and multiple fabrics (up to eight) in real time, helping SAN administrators with SAN configuration, monitoring, dynamic provisioning, and daily management. SAN administrators gain rapid access to critical SAN information across multiple personality fabrics, including both Fabric OS SANs and enhanced Secure Fabric OS SANs. Fabric Watch enables each switch to monitor the SAN for potential faults and automatically alert network managers to problems before they become failures. Fabric Watch tracks a variety of SAN fabric elements, events, and counters. Monitoring fabric-wide events, ports, SFPs, and environmental parameters permits early fault detection and isolation as well as performance measurement. Each switch in the SAN needs its own Fabric Watch license.
Advanced Performance Monitor
QuickLoop enables Fibre Channel private-loop devices in legacy environments to migrate to a fully scalable Fabric to be used for a Storage Area Network (SAN). It supports Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop (FC-AL) devices with a Fabric. This advanced service enables private-loop hosts and storage devices to attach to a Fabric without modifying host drivers. Secure Fabric OS is a comprehensive security solution for SAN fabrics providing policy-based security protection for more predictable change management, assured configuration integrity and reduced risk of downtime. Secure Fabric OS protects the network by using the strongest, enterprise-class security methods available, including digital certificates and digital signatures, multiple levels of password protection, strong password encryption and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)-based authentication, and 128-bit encryption of the switch's private key used for digital signatures. With its flexible design, Secure Fabric OS enables organizations to customize SAN security to meet specific policy requirements. In addition, Secure Fabric OS works in conjunction with Advanced Zoning to further secure access to the SAN, simplify storage management, and reduce provisioning time.
Secure Fabric OS
Service and Support, HP Care Pack, and Warranty Information
(1-1-1) Hardware Warranty - One-year on-site warranty, 8x5, next business day response, installation not included. NOTE: The hardware warranty covers firmware and embedded non-saleable software. Saleable software carries its own warranty, please see below. Software Warranty - HP warrants only that the software media will be free of physical defects for a period of ninety (90) days from delivery. EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. The entire liability of HP and its suppliers and your exclusive remedy for software that does not conform to this Limited Warranty shall be the repair or replacement of the defective media. This warranty and remedy are subject to your returning the defective media during the warranty period to HP in the country in which you obtained the software. HP Service & Warranty Support Additional Warranty protection and/or HP Installation packages can be purchased. NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the Customer Support Center for details. HP provides a one-year, hardware limited warranty, fully supported by a worldwide network of resellers and service providers. In addition, available service offerings include a full range of HP Care Pack packaged hardware and software services: Installation Extended coverage hours and enhanced response times System management and performance services For more information on warranty and support options, please visit our Web site at: http://www.hp.com/hps/tech/storage/supp/.
HP Service & Warranty Support
Software Product Services
Stand-alone telephone support Rights to new license version Media and documentation updates Installation services On-site maintenance (includes warranty support) Response time upgrades during the warranty period Post-warranty coverage Service offerings include a full range of Customer HP Care Pack services for both hardware and software services: Response - Upgrade on-site response from next business day to same day 4-hours Coverage - Extend hours of coverage from 5 days x 9 hours to 7 days x 24 hours Duration - Select duration of coverage for a period of 1, 3, or 5 years Additional Warranty protection and/or HP Installation packages can be purchased. NOTE: Certain restrictions and exclusions apply. Consult the HP Customer Support Center for details.
Hardware Product Services
HP Care Pack Services Warranty Upgrade Options
HP Care Pack Information HP Care Pack is defined as an upgrade to the product warranty attribute, available for a specific duration and hours of coverage. HP Care Pack is not available for less than the product's warranty duration. HP Care Pack is available for sale anytime during the warranty period for most products, but the commencement date will be the same as the Warranty Start Date (delivery date to end user customer). Proof of purchase may be required. HP Care Pack services are prepaid. For additional HP Care Pack (hardware & software) information, as well as orderable part numbers, please refer to the URL listed below: http://h18005.www1.hp.com/services/carepaq/index.html Additional Services Implementation service, SAN Architecture service. For more information on service options, please visit our Web site at: http://www.hp.com/go/san.
Features Targeted Environment Port Bandwidth Aggregate device bandwith OS Support "QuickLoop" emulation Storage system support Ports SAN Switch 2/8v Workgroups, Departments 200 MB/s 800 MB/s SAN Switch 2/16 Departments, Data Centers 200 MB/s 1600 MB/s
SAN Switch 2/32 Departments, Data Centers 200 MB/s 1600 MB/s
SAN Core 2/64 Data Centers 200 MB/s 1600 MB/s
Cascading support Advanced Trunking 1U 1U Form factor Yes (Included) Yes (Included) Zoning Software No Yes Hot plug, redundant power supplies No Yes Hot plug fans Yes Yes Enterprise Backup Solution (EBS) support support** **NOTE: Requires correct Host Bus Adapter. Not all Operating Systems Supported. NOTE:
NOTE: Please refer to SAN Design Guide pointer at: http://www.compaq.com/products/StorageWorks/san/documentation.html No Yes (Included) No No MA8000 MA8000 MA8000 MA8000 EMA12000/16000 EVA, EMA12000/16000 EVA, EMA12000/16000 EVA, EMA12000/16000 EVA, XP, VA XP, VA XP, VA XP, VA 8 SFP 16 SFP 32 SFP 32 SFP Base 64 Total Yes Yes Yes Yes Optional Optional Included Optional 1.5U Yes (Included) Yes Yes Yes 14U Yes (Included) Yes Yes Yes
Configuration Information Step 1 Base Configuration
Select one: Model Model Description StorageWorks SAN Switch 16-port Fibre Channel Fabric Switch with rack rails & 2 power supplies NOTE: Requires optical transceivers listed below. 2/16
Part Number 322118-B21
Step 2 Additional Options
Optical Transceivers Short Wave, 300M, 2X, FC Long Wave - 10 km Long Wave - 35 km 300834-B21 300835-B21 300836-B21
2 Gb optical cables
LC-LC for between two 2 Gb devices 2 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 5 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 15 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 30 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 50 m LC-LC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable LC-SC for between a 1 Gb and a 2 Gb device 2 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 5 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 15 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 30 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable 50 m LC-SC Multi-Mode Fibre Channel Cable
221692-B21 221692-B22 221692-B23 221692-B26 221692-B27 221691-B21 221691-B22 221691-B23 221691-B26 221691-B27
Step 3 Optional Software
Optional Software Power Pack Software Bundle NOTE: The Power Pack Software Bundle includes the following options - QuickLoop, Remote Switch, Fabric Manager, Extended Fabric. Fabric Manager, v4.x Base 10 domains Fabric Manager, v4.x Enterprise 200 domains, 8 fabrics Fabric Manager, v3 to v4.x upgrade Fabric Manager v4 base to v4.x enterprise upgrade license ISL Trunking Kit NOTE: For 8 and 16-port switches. Fabric Watch NOTE: For 8 and 16-port switches. QuickLoop NOTE: For 8 and 16-port switches. Extended Fabric NOTE: For 8 and 16-port switches. Remote Switch NOTE: For 8 and 16-port switches. Advanced Performance Monitor NOTE: For 8 and 16-port switches. 325892-B21
A7390A A7389A A7391A A7392A 324506-B21 324504-B21 324508-B21 324505-B21 325891-B21 324507-B21
Care Pack options 3YR 24X7/4HR,FC/SAN Switch 16P, service Basic Install, FC/SAN Switch 16P, service FC-AL Rev. 4.5 FC-GS-2 Rev 5.3 FC-PH Rev 4.3 FC-FLA Rev 2.7 FC-PH-3 Rev 9.4
161308-002 161324-002 FC-PLDA Rev 2.1 FC-SW Rev 3.3
Fibre Channel standards And revisions
Fibre Channel ports Scalability Certified maximum Interoperability Performance Switch core Fabric latency Maximum frame size Classes of service Port types Data traffic types Media types Laser Fabric services Options Supported Software Management access Diagnostics Back-to-front airflow, power from rear Dimensions
16 universal ports Full fabric architecture: http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/san/documentation.html http://h18006.www1.hp.com/products/storageworks/san/documentation.html SAN Switch 8, SAN Switch 16, SAN Switch 8-EL, SAN Switch 16-EL, SAN Switch 2/32, Core 2/64 2.125 Gbit/sec line speed, full duplex Non-blocking <2 sec. with no contention, cut-through routing 2112-byte payload Class 2, Class 3, Class F (inter-switch frames) FL_Port, F_Port, and E_Port; self-discovery based on switch type (U_Port) Fabric switches support unicast, multicast (256 groups), and broadcast Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) Short-wave up to 1,640 ft (500 m); long-wave up to 6.2 mi (10 km) and 35 km Simple Name Server, Registered State Change Notification (RSN), Alias Server (multicast); and Zoning, WebTools. Optional QuickLoop, Fabric Watch, Extended Fabrics, and Remote Switch SFP media Telnet, SNMP, WebTools, Zoning, Fabric Watch, Extended Fabrics, Remote Switch 10/100 Ethernet (RJ-45), serial port POST and embedded online/offline diagnostics 1U, 19-in.-EIA compliant Width Height Depth Weight Temperature Humidity Altitude Shock Vibration 17.72 in (45.0 cm) 1.71 in (8.73 cm) 16.87 in (42.86 cm) 25.6 lb (11.59 kg) Operating Non-Operating Operating 0 to 3 km 20 g, 6 ms, half sine Operating Non-operating Nominal Maximum 47 to 63 Hz
50 F to 104 F (10 C to 40 C) -31 F to 147 F (-35 C to 65 C) 5% to 85% non-condensing at 104 F (40 C)
Supported power range Frequency
5 G, 0-3 kHz 10 G, 0-5 kHz 100 to 230 VAC contiguous 85 to 264 VAC
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hp StorageWorks SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit
Fourth Edition (September 2004) Part Number: AVRU6YDTE
This document provides step-by-step installation instructions for using the SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit with the following specific HP branded racks: HP 9000 Series Rack, HP 10,000 Series Rack and HP System/e Rack. For the latest version of these Installation Instructions and other documentation, access the HP storage website at: http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/prodserv/storage.html.
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SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit Installation Instructions Fourth Edition (September 2004) Part Number: AVRU6YDTE
SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit Installation Instructions
About this Document
This document describes how to use the optional SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit to install the following HP StorageWorks Storage Area Network (SAN) devices:
Multi-protocol (MP) Router SAN Switch 2/8V SAN Switch 2/16, SAN Switch 2/16V or SAN Switch 2/16N SAN Switch 2/32
Note: The HP StorageWorks SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit is for use with the HP 9000 Series, HP 10,000 Series, and HP System/e racks only.
This section describes the content reflected in this document, including:
Intended Audience, page 3 Related Documentation, page 3 Rack Stability, page 4 Installation and Safety Guidelines, page 5 Using the SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit to Install an HP StorageWorks Device, page 6
This book is intended for use by system administrators who are experienced with:
Setting up devices in a SAN HP StorageWorks Fibre Channel SAN switches and routers
For the latest information, documentation, and firmware releases, please visit the following StorageWorks website: http://www.hp.com/country/us/eng/ prodserv/storage.html. For information about Fibre Channel standards, visit the Fibre Channel Association website, located at: http://www.fibrechannel.org.
Rack stability protects personnel and equipment.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of personal injury or damage to the equipment, be sure that: The leveling jacks are extended to the floor. The full weight of the rack rests on the leveling jacks. In single rack installations, the stabilizing feet are attached to the rack. In multiple rack installations, the racks are coupled. Only one rack component is extended at any time. A rack may become unstable if more than one rack component is extended for any reason.
Installation and Safety Guidelines
Read the following sections for installation guidelines. The SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit is for use with the following specific HP racks only:
HP 9000 Series Rack HP 10,000 Series Rack HP System/e Rack
Rack Mount Checklist
Verify that the rack and the area around the rack meets the following requirements:
Before proceeding to use this rack mount kit, verify that you are installing the device in one of the following HP supported rack models only: HP Series 9000 HP Series 10,000 HP System/e rack
Plan a rack space that is 1.5 units high (2.6 inches; 6.7 cm), 19 inches (48.3 cm) wide, and at least 23 inches (68.6 cm) deep for SAN switches. Or, for the MP Router, plan a rack space that is 2 units high. Ground all equipment in the rack through a reliable branch circuit connection, and maintain ground at all times. Do not rely on a secondary connection to a branch circuit, such as a power strip. Ensure that air flow and temperature requirements are met on an ongoing basis, particularly if the device is installed in a closed or multi-rack assembly. Verify that the additional weight of the device does not exceed the racks weight limits or unbalance the cabinet in any way. Secure the rack to insure stability in case of unexpected movement.
Note: For proper air flow, the SFP media side must face the rear of the rack. This mounting allows air to enter from the front of the rack and to exhaust at the rear of the rack, similar to other rack-mounted equipment. This prevents overheating.
Using the SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit to Install an HP StorageWorks Device
Read this section to install a SAN Switch or MP Router in an HP Series 9000, HP Series 10,000, or HP System/e rack.
Note: The SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit installation requires one technician.
The following items are required to install the device in a rack:
The HP StorageWorks MP Router or specific HP StorageWorks SAN Switch listed in the About this Document section on page 3. Power cables #2 Phillips screwdriver 7/16-inch wrench or socket SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit hardware shown in Table 1.
Item Description (2) rear mounting brackets
Table 1: Rack Mount Kit Rails and Rail Mounting Hardware
A right inner rail and a right outer rail
A left inner rail and a left outer rail
(14) #8-32 x 3/16-inch Phillips pan-head screws with thread lock for the SAN Switch 2/32 only.
Table 1: Rack Mount Kit Rails and Rail Mounting Hardware (Continued) Item Description (14) 8-32 x 5/16-inch Phillips pan-head SEMS screws for use with the MP Router, SAN Switch 2/8, SAN Switch 2/8V, SAN Switch 2/16, SAN Switch 2/16V and SAN Switch 2/16N. (10) #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws with captive star lock washer
(8) #10 alignment washers
(8) #10 adapter washers
(2) 1/4-20 hex nuts with captive star lock washers
(2) 1/4-inch flat washers
Caution: For proper air flow, the SFP media side of the device must face the rear of the rack. This mounting allows air to enter from the front of the rack and to exhaust at the rear of the rack, similar to other rack-mounted equipment. This prevents overheating, which may cause it to fail.
To install the HP StorageWorks device in a rack: 1. Check the contents of the shipping carton to verify that all the required parts and hardware are available. 2. Choose a mounting location in the rack. 3. Attach the rear mounting brackets to the rear rack uprights by completing one of the following steps: For an HP 10,000 Series rack, assemble each of the two brackets with two #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws with captive star lock washers and two #10 adapter washers as shown in Figure 1.
Figure 1: Installing the Rear Mounting Brackets (HP 10,000 Series Rack)
For an HP System/e rack, install each of the two rear mounting brackets with two #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws and two #10 alignment washers as shown in Figure 2.
Figure 2: Installing the Rear Mounting Brackets (HP System/e Rack-Left Rear Upright) Note: This kit contains both left rails and right rails. The rails are labelled Right and Left.
4. Assemble the outer rails by completing the following steps: a. Attach the left outer rail and the right outer rails to the rear mounting brackets using two 1/4-20 hex nuts with captive star lock washers. Attach the hex nuts loosely (as shown in Figure 3). Do not tighten; tighten the hex nuts later in step 12 on page 17.
Figure 3: Installing the Outer Rails (HP 10,000 Series Rack)
b. Depending on the rack you are using, complete one of the following tasks: For an HP 10,000 Series rack, install two #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws with captive star lock washers and two #10 adapter washers in the upper and lower hole locations of the right rail. Then install two #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws with captive star lock washers and two #10 adapter washers in the upper and lower hole locations of the left rail, as shown in Figure 4.
Figure 4: Assembling the Outer Rails (HP 10,000 Series Rack)
For an HP System/e rack, install two #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws with captive star lock washers and two #10 alignment washers in the upper and lower hole locations of the right rail. Then install two #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws with captive star lock washers and two #10 alignment washers in the upper and lower hole locations of the left rail, as shown in Figure 5.
Figure 5: Assembling the Outer Rails (HP System/e Rack)
5. The SAN Switch Rack Mount Kit provides different screw types for securing the inner rails. Specific devices require a different number of these screws. Determine the number of screws to attach the inner rails to the device as follows:
Caution: Do not use any other screws other than the ones provided. Use of any longer lengths can cause damage to internal components.
a. For the SAN Switch 2/8V, SAN Switch 2/16, SAN Switch 2/16V, SAN Switch 2/16N or MP Router models, locate ten # 8-32 x 5/16-inch Phillips pan-head SEMS screws to secure the inner rails (five screws per rail). b. For the MP Router models, locate six # 8-32 x 5/16-inch Phillips pan-head SEMS screws to secure the inner rails (three screws per rail). c. For the SAN Switch 2/32, locate twelve #8-32 x 3/16-inch Phillips pan-head screws with thread lock to secure the inner rails (six screws per rail). 6. Identify the screw holes on the inner rails for your specific device. The screw holes are labelled as follows: a. To attach the inner rails to the SAN Switch 2/8V, SAN Switch 2/16V or SAN Switch 2/16N use the screw holes marked 8 b. To attach the inner rails to the SAN Switch 2/32 use the screw holes marked 32 c. To attach the inner rails to the MP Router, use the screw holes marked R
Note: Remember to use the screw holes labelled 8 when attaching the inner rails to the SAN Switch 2/16V or SAN Switch 2/16N. DO NOT use the screw holes labelled 16.
7. Assemble the two inner rails (one on each side) to the device using the appropriate number of screws (refer to step 5). For example, Figure 6 shows an inner rail attached to the SAN Switch 2/16V with five screws. Attaching both rails requires ten screws. Also, Figure 7 shows an inner rail being attached to the MP Router with three screws. Attaching both rails requires six screws.
Figure 6: Attaching the Inner Rails to a SAN Switch 2/16V
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SP LIN D EE SP E /Gb CT FC K/A LIN K
AC DC OK OK
Figure 7: Attaching the Inner Rails to the MP Router
Note: For factory integration only, tighten the #8-32 x 3/16-inch Phillips pan-head screw with thread lock and torque between 6 to 8 inch-pounds.
8. Verify that a plenum is installed on the SAN Switch 2/8V, SAN Switch 2/16, SAN Switch 2/16V or SAN Switch 2/16N models only, as shown in Figure 8. The plenum is an overlay that dissipates the heat generated by the switch, and is necessary to prevent overheating.
Figure 8: Attaching the Inner Rails on a SAN Switch 2/8V with Plenum
The components in Figure 8 include: 1 2
Plenum Switch Chassis
9. Contact your authorized HP switch reseller for information if a plenum is not preinstalled on your SAN Switch 2/8V, SAN Switch 2/16, SAN Switch 2/16V or SAN Switch 2/16N model only.
Note: For the SAN Switch 2/8V, 2/16V or 2/16N, a plenum is required when the switch is installed in an HP 9000 Series, HP 10,000 Series or HP System/e rack. The SAN Switch 2/16 model uses a shorter version of the plenum (part number A7346-00001). The SAN Switch 2/8V, SAN Switch 2/16V and SAN Switch 2/16N models use a longer version of the plenum (part number 5697-4919).
10. Insert the switch with the attached inner rails into the outer rails.
Note: This step applies to installing a switch in an HP 9000 Series, HP 10,000 Series or an HP System/e rack.
Figure 9: Securing the Device (in an HP 9000 Series, HP 10000 Series Rack))
11. Insert the device into the rack and install (2) #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan-head screws with captive star lock washers with one on each side. See Figure 9 and Figure 10.
Figure 10: Securing the Device (in an HP System/e rack)
12. Tighten the hex nuts installed in step 4 on page 10. See Figure 3.
Note: To uninstall a device, remove the middle #10-32 x 1/2-inch Phillips pan head screw with captive star lock washer from either side of the rack uprights.
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