|MCData Corporation Sphereon 4400 Switch|
The McDATA® Sphereon™ 4400 Fabric Switch provides 16 ports of low-cost and high-performance dynamic Fibre Channel connectivity for switched fabric or arbitrated loop devices. This function allows low-cost, low-bandwidth workgroup (edge) devices to communicate with mainframe servers, mass storage devices, or other peripherals, and ultimately be incorporated into an enterprise storage area network (SAN) environment. This chapter describes: • The switch, including field-replaceable units (FRUs), controls, connectors, indicators, and specifications. • Maintenance approach. • Switch management. • Error detection, reporting, and serviceability features. • Tools and test equipment.
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|MCData Corporation -- Sphereon 4400 -- Service and User Manual|
|Manual Type||Service and User Manual|
|Size||5.34 Mbytes (5594266 Bytes)|
|Quality||Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.|
|Upload date||06 September 2015|
|Downloads||70 since 06 September 2015|
Installation and Service Manual Chapter 1, General Information - This chapter describes the switch, including field-replaceable units (FRUs), controls, connectors, and indicators, and switch specifications. The chapter also describes the maintenance approach, error detection and reporting features, serviceability features, software diagnostic features, and tools and test equipment. Chapter 2, Installation Tasks - This chapter describes tasks to install, configure, and verify operation of the switch, optional Ethernet hub, and rack-mount management server. Chapter 3, Maintenance Analysis Procedures - This chapter describes maintenance analysis procedures (MAPs) to fault isolate a switch problem to an individual FRU. Chapter 4, Repair Information - This chapter describes supplementary diagnostic and repair procedures for a failed switch. The chapter includes procedures to display and use log information, perform port diagnostics, manage configuration data, collect maintenance data, power-on, power-off, and reset the switch, set the switch online or offline, block ports, manage switch firmware, clean fiber optics, and install or upgrade management server software. Chapter 5, Removal and Replacement Procedures - This chapter describes procedures to remove and replace switch FRUs. Chapter 6, Illustrated Parts Breakdown - This chapter illustrates, describes, and shows the location of switch FRUs. In addition, switch FRUs are cross-referenced to corresponding part numbers. Appendix A, Event Code Tables - This appendix provides an explanation of event codes that appear at the EFCM Basic Edition interface or Element Manager application. The event severity and a recommended course of action in response to each event are also provided. Appendix B, Restore Management Server - This appendix provides the instructions to restore all required switch applications to the management server in case of a hard drive failure. An Index is also provided.
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