The Netra CT Server Installation Guide describes how to perform the initial installation of the Netra CT server. Upon completion of the procedures in this document, your server will be functional.
The intended reader of this manual is an experienced system administrator who has experience installing hardware--systems and components--and has used the Solaris operating environment. The reader should be comfortable with LAN fundamentals and with networking concepts in general.
Before performing the procedures described this book, you should review the information in the Netra CT Server Product Overview.
All Netra CT servers are shipped with the Netra CT Server Safety and Compliance Manual, which specifies the environmental and electrical safety requirements for the product and contains compliance certification for various countries. Review the information in the Netra CT Server Safety and Compliance Manual before proceeding with the instructions in this document.
Chapter 1 gives the documentation overview for this document.
Chapter 2 gives the information you'll need to prepare your installation site for the Netra CT server.
Chapter 3 tells how to mount the chassis into a rack.
Chapter 4 tells how to install the Netra CT server into the chassis.
Chapter 5 tells how to install I/O cards into the Netra CT server.
Chapter 6 tells how to connect the necessary cables to the Netra CT server.
Chapter 7 tells how to power the Netra CT server on and off.
Chapter 8 gives information on installing the Netra CT server software.
Appendix A gives information on connecting external SCSI devices to the Netra CT server.
This document might not contain information on basic UNIX® commands and procedures such as shutting down the system, booting the system, and configuring devices. Refer to the following for this information:
The Netra CT server documentation is listed in the following table:
You may want to refer to documentation on the following software for additional information: the Solaris operating environment, the ChorusOS environment, and the Netra High Availabilty (HA) Suite.
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