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I/O Board

E3000 / E4000 / E5000 / E6000
E3500 / E4500 / E5500 / E6500
Option 2610

501-2977
I/O Type 1
83MHz Gigaplane


Backpanel and Connectors

Jumper Settings

JUMPER PINS SETTING DESCRIPTION FAB 270-2977
J0500 1-2 In Unknown -01 -02 -03
J0501 1-2 Out Unknown -01 -02 -03
J2500 1-2 Out Inv Adr 1 -01 -02 -03 -04 -05
J2501 1-2 In Unknown -01 -02 -03
J2503 1 2 3 * Unknown -01
J3002 1-2
1-2
In
Out
SOC Flash write enabled
SOC Flash write disabled
-01
-01
* J2503 is not illustrated. The default jumper setting is unknown.

Notes

  1. The minimum Ex000 operating system is 2.5.1.
  2. The minimum Ex500 OS is 2.5.1 HW: 11/97 or 2.6 HW: 3/98.
  3. The Gigaplane runs at the speed of the slowest detected board.
  4. The message "status 'fail - Downrev AC'" is displayed when I/O Graphics Board <501-2977-04 is installed. The message indicates that the Address Controller is pre-FCS and lower than revision 4.
  5. The following cable types are supported:
    50/125 Multimode Fiber up to 2 Kilometers
    62.5/125 Multimode Fiber up to 500 meters
  6. Refer to the Install.info file of any Firmware patch for information on firmware verification and compatibility.

FlashPROM Notes

  1. Use the Flash PROM Programming Utility to update the FCode.
  2. Use the prom-copy command (src dst prom-copy) to copy a flash PROM.
    ok 2 b prom-copy (copies from board 2 to board 11)
  3. Use the update-proms command to synchronize the latest version of the flash PROM installed in the system to all boards of the same type.

NVRAM Notes

  1. The Clock Board and I/O Board NVRAMs are automatically synchronized when the Clock Board NVRAM contents matches at least one I/O Board NVRAM.
  2. Use the following OBP command to manually synchronize a new or replacement I/O Board to an existing Clock Board:
    ok copy-clock-tod-to-io-boards
  3. Use the following OBP command to manually synchronize a new or replacement Clock Board to an existing I/O Board:
    ok (ioboard# in hex) copy-io-board-tod-to-clock-tod

References

  1. Ultra Enterprise 3000 System Manual, 802-6051.
  2. Ultra Enterprise 4000/5000/6000 System Manual, 802-3845.
  3. System Flash PROM Programming Guide, 802-5579.


I/O Board

E3000 / E4000 / E5000 / E6000
E3500 / E4500 / E5500 / E6500
Option 2610

501-4287
I/O Type 1
83MHz Gigaplane


Backpanel and Connectors

Jumper Settings

JUMPER PINS SETTING DESCRIPTION FAB 270-2977
J2500 1-2 Out Inv Adr 1 -06

Notes

  1. The minimum Ex000 operating system is 2.5.1.
  2. The minimum Ex500 OS is 2.5.1 HW: 11/97 or 2.6 HW: 3/98.
  3. The Gigaplane runs at the speed of the slowest detected board.
  4. The following cable types are supported:
    50/125 Multimode Fiber up to 2 Kilometers
    62.5/125 Multimode Fiber up to 500 meters
  5. Refer to the Install.info file of any Firmware patch for information on firmware verification and compatibility.

FlashPROM Notes

  1. Use the Flash PROM Programming Utility to update the FCode.
  2. Use the prom-copy command (src dst prom-copy) to copy a flash PROM.
    ok 2 b prom-copy (copies from board 2 to board 11)
  3. Use the update-proms command to synchronize the latest version of the flash PROM installed in the system to all boards of the same type.

NVRAM Notes

  1. The Clock Board and I/O Board NVRAMs are automatically synchronized when the Clock Board NVRAM contents matches at least one I/O Board NVRAM.
  2. Use the following OBP command to manually synchronize a new or replacement I/O Board to an existing Clock Board:
    ok copy-clock-tod-to-io-boards
  3. Use the following OBP command to manually synchronize a new or replacement Clock Board to an existing I/O Board:
    ok (ioboard# in hex) copy-io-board-tod-to-clock-tod

References

  1. Ultra Enterprise 3000 System Manual, 802-6051.
  2. Ultra Enterprise 4000/5000/6000 System Manual, 802-3845.
  3. System Flash PROM Programming Guide, 802-5579.

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