Origin 200 and Origin 200 GIGAchannel Owner's Guide

Document Number: 007-3708-002

Front Matter

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Table of Contents

About This Guide
Where to Find More Information
About the CD Software Media
Where to Go From Here

1. Overview of the Origin200 and Origin200 GIGAchannel Server
Installation Options: Tower and Rackmounting
Origin200 Feature Summary
Block Diagrams of Origin200 and Origin200 GIGAchannel Servers
Logic Carrier
Internal Drive Options and SCSI Channels
Serial Ports
AUX Port
Parallel Port
Ethernet Port
External Interrupt Ports
Origin200 GIGAchannel XIO Connectors
Origin200 GIGAchannel PCI and XIO Expansion
Power Supply
Air Flow, Fans, and Blower
Physical and Environmental Specifications

2. Setting Up an Origin200 System
Choosing a Location for the Server
Unpacking the Server and Checking the Shipment
Planning the Server Configuration
Putting the Pieces Together
Turning On the System
Logging In for the First Time

3. Installing an Origin200 System in a Rack
Overview of Mounting Hardware
Installing the Mounting Hardware on the Chassis
Installing the Rackmounting Shelf
Installing a Chassis in the Rack
Removing a Chassis From an Equipment Rack

4. Operating an Origin200 and Origin200 GIGAchannel Server
Front Panel Functions of a CPU Module: Status LED, Power, Reset, NMI
Turning the System On and Off
Accessing Your Server Over the Web
Separating Two CPU Modules
Running an Origin200 GIGAchannel Without a GIGAchannel Expansion Cabinet (Loopback Mode)
Using Another Computer or Workstation as the System Console
Using the AUX Port and Module System Controller Commands
Determining the Devices Installed on Your Server

5. Cosmetic Features and Covers
Locking the System
Adjusting the Feet
GIGAchannel Expansion Chassis Front Grill
Removing the Front Door of an Origin200 CPU Module
Removing the System Cover and Chassis Access Door
Removing the Side Panel, Feet, and Exterior Plastic Parts of a Tower System

6. Installing and Configuring Peripherals
Installing, Removing, and Configuring 5.25-Inch Peripherals
Installing, Removing, and Configuring 3.5-Inch Peripherals
Verifying That a Drive Is Installed Correctly
Using Drives in the Origin200 Server
Attaching Serial Devices

A. Connector Pinout Assignments
Serial Ports
Parallel Port
Ethernet Port
AUX Port
External Interrupt Ports

B. Cable Descriptions
Serial Cables
AUX Port Cables

C. Supported Terminals