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Netra CP32x0 10GbE Advanced Rear Transition Module, Dual Port User’s Guide





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1. Overview

1.1 Features

1.2 I/O PICMG Standards Compliance

1.3 I/O Interfaces

1.3.1 External SFP Connections Features Common to all Ports 1GbE Port Features 10GbE Port Features

1.3.2 Ethernet Management Port (RJ-45)

1.3.3 Serial Console Port (RJ-45)

1.4 Back Panel LEDs

1.5 Part Number and Serial Number Labels

1.6 Software Support

1.7 Host Board Support

2. Installing and Removing the ARTM

2.1 Important Information

2.1.1 Take Antistatic Precautions

2.1.2 Unpack the Equipment Carefully

2.1.3 Use a Compatible Chassis and Slot Safety Statement Maximum Power Requirements

2.1.4 Use a Compatible Host Board

2.2 Before Installing or Removing the ARTM

2.2.1 Observe ESD Precautions

2.2.2 Inspect for Bent PINs or Other Damage

2.2.3 Preserve EMI Compliance

2.2.4 Understand Hotswap

2.2.5 Verify Slot Usage

2.3 Installing the ARTM

2.4 Upgrading the Firmware

2.5 Removing the ARTM

2.6 Verifying the Hardware Installation

3. Driver Installation and Configuration

3.1 Installing the nxge Driver

3.1.1 Download and Install for Solaris Operating Systems

3.1.2 Download and Install for Linux Operating Systems

3.2 Configuring the nxge Driver

3.2.1 Configuring nxge Driver Parameters on a Solaris Platform Modifying Parameters Using the ndd Utility Modifying Parameters Using the nxge.conf File

3.2.2 Configuring Driver Parameters on a Linux Platform Modifying Parameters Using the ethtool Utility Modifying Parameters Using configtool Utility

3.3 Tuning Performance on a Linux Platform

3.4 Enabling Host Board PCI-Express Communication

3.5 Removing the nxge Driver

4. Network Configuration

4.1 Configuring Network Host Files

4.2 Configuring Jumbo Frames

4.2.1 Displaying Layer Configuration in a Solaris Environment

4.2.2 Displaying Driver Statistics

4.2.3 Enabling Jumbo Frames Enabling Jumbo Frames in a Solaris Environment Enabling Jumbo Frames in a Linux Environment

4.3 Configuring Link Aggregation

4.3.1 Configuring Link Aggregation in a Solaris Environment

4.3.2 Configuring Link Aggregation in a Linux Environment

4.4 Configuring VLANs

4.4.1 Configuring VLANs in a Solaris Environment

4.4.2 Configuring VLANs in a Linux Environment

A. MMC and IPMI Functions

A.1 MMC and IPMI Functions

A.2 Sensor Data Records

A.3 FRU Information Records

A.4 ARTM e-Keying Port Assignments

A.5 IPMI Commands

B. Specifications and Connectors

B.1 Specifications

B.1.1 Physical Dimensions

B.1.2 Power Requirements

B.1.3 Environmental Specifications and Compliance

B.1.4 Pressure Drop Versus Airflow

B.1.5 NEBS Compliance

B.1.6 Electromagnetic Compliance

B.2 Connectors and PIN Assignments

B.2.1 1GbE SFP Ethernet Ports

B.2.2 10GbE SFP+ Ethernet Ports

B.2.3 10/100/1000 Mb Management Port

B.2.4 Serial Console Management Port

B.2.5 Zone 3 Connectors

B.2.5.1 Connector P31, 10GbE XAUI PIN Assignments

B.2.5.2 Connector P32, Management Infrastructure PIN Assignments

B.2.5.3 Connector P33, Management Infrastructure PIN Assignments

B.2.6 Connector P30, ARTM Power PIN Assignment