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Figure 1. Sources of Additional Information
Figure 1-1. SGIconsole in a Multiple-Server Hardware Configuration
Figure 2-1. Sample Cabling Configuration: No Ethernet Hub, No Serial Port Server
Figure 2-2. Sample Cabling Configuration: One Ethernet Hub, No Serial Port Server
Figure 2-3. Sample Cabling Configuration: Two Ethernet Hubs, No Serial Port Server
Figure 2-4. Sample Cabling Configuration: Three Ethernet Hubs, No Serial Port Server
Figure 2-5. Sample Cabling Configuration: No Ethernet Hub, One Serial Port Server
Figure 2-6. Sample Cabling Configuration: One Ethernet Hub, One Serial Port Server
Figure 2-7. Sample Cabling Configuration: Two Ethernet Hubs, One Serial Port Server
Figure 2-8. Sample Cabling Configuration: Three Ethernet Hubs, One Serial Port Server
Figure 2-9. Sample Cabling Configuration: One Ethernet Hub, Two Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-10. Sample Cabling Configuration: Two Ethernet Hubs, Two Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-11. Sample Cabling Configuration: Three Ethernet Hubs, Two Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-12. Sample Cabling Configuration: One Ethernet Hub, Three Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-13. Sample Cabling Configuration: Two Ethernet Hubs, Three Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-14. Sample Cabling Configuration: Three Ethernet Hubs, Three Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-15. Sample Cabling Configuration: One Ethernet Hub, Four Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-16. Sample Cabling Configuration: Two Ethernet Hubs, Four Serial Port Servers
Figure 2-17. Sample Cabling Configuration: Three Ethernet Hubs, Four Serial Port Servers
Figure 3-1. Connecting a Local Monitor, Keyboard, and Mouse to an SGI 1100 Server Host System
Figure 3-2. Example Connection of Remote Workstation to SGIconsole
Figure 3-3. Items Needed to Connect SGIconsole to One Ethernet Hub
Figure 3-4. Example Connection of SGIconsole to Multiple Ethernet Hubs (SGI 1100 Shown)
Figure 3-5. Example Connection of SGIconsole to Multiple Ethernet Hubs (Laptop Shown)
Figure 3-6. Items Needed to Connect SGIconsole to One Serial Port Server
Figure 3-7. Example Connection of Serial Port Servers to an SGIconsole via an Ethernet Hub
Figure 3-8. Connecting a Serial Port Server to an SGIconsole Host System with no Ethernet Hub
Figure 4-1. Connecting SGI Origin 300 and Origin 350 Servers with NUMAlink Modules to an SGIconsole (SGI 1100 shown)
Figure 4-2. Items Needed to Connect an SGI Origin 300 or Origin 350 Server with NUMAlink Module to SGIconsole
Figure 4-3. Connecting an Origin 300 or Origin 350 Server with NUMAlink Module L2 Controller to an Ethernet Hub
Figure 4-4. Connecting SGI Origin 3000 Series Servers with L2 Controllers to SGIconsole
Figure 4-5. Items Needed to Connect SGIconsole to an SGI Origin 3000 Series Server with an L2 Controller
Figure 4-6. Connecting an Origin 3000 Series Server with L2 Controller to an Ethernet Hub
Figure 4-7. Connecting SGI Altix 3000 Series Servers (With L2) to an SGIconsole
Figure 4-8. Items Needed to Connect an SGI Altix 3000 Series Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 4-9. Connecting an Altix 3000 Series Server to an Ethernet Hub (3700 Shown, 3300 Similar)
Figure 5-1. Connecting an SGI Origin 200 Server to an SGIconsole (SGI 1100 Shown)
Figure 5-2. Items Needed to Connect an SGI Origin 200 Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-3. Connecting the SGI Origin 200 Server Serial Port Connector to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-4. Connecting the SGI Origin 200 Server AUX Port to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-5. Connecting an SGI Origin 300 Server to an SGIconsole (SGI 1100 shown)
Figure 5-6. Items Needed to Connect an SGI Origin 300 Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-7. Connecting the Origin 300 Server Serial Port Connector to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-8. Connecting an SGI Origin 350 Server to an (SGI 1100) SGIconsole
Figure 5-9. Items Needed to Connect an SGI Origin 350 Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-10. Connecting the Origin 350 Server Serial Port Connector to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-11. Connecting an SGI Altix 350 Server to a (Dell D600 Laptop) SGIconsole
Figure 5-12. Items Needed to Connect an SGI Altix 350 Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-13. Connecting the Altix 350 Server Serial Port Connector to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-14. Connecting an SGI 2100 or SGI 2200 Server to an SGIconsole (SGI 1100 Shown)
Figure 5-15. Items Needed to Connect an SGI 2100 or SGI 2200 Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-16. Connecting the SGI 2100 or SGI 2200 tty_1, Console Connector to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-17. Connecting the SGI 2100 or SGI 2200 Server MSC Serial Port to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-18. Connecting an SGI 2400 or SGI 2800 Server to an SGIconsole (SGI 1100 Shown)
Figure 5-19. Items Needed to Connect an SGI 2400 or SGI 2800 Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-20. Connecting the MMSC 8-pin Console Port to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-21. Connecting the MMSC Base I/O TTY1 to the Module A tty_1, Console Connector
Figure 5-22. Connecting the MMSC Upper Bay Connector to the Module B MSC Serial Port
Figure 5-23. Connecting the MMSC Lower Bay Connector to the Module A MSC Serial Port
Figure 5-24. Connecting an SGI Origin 3200 Server Without an L2 Controller to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-25. Items Needed to Connect an SGI Origin 3200 Server to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-26. Connecting the SGI Origin 3200 Server Console Port to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-27. Connecting a Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Deskside Workstation to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-28. Items Needed to Connect a Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Deskside Workstation to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-29. Connecting the tty_1, Console Connector to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-30. Connecting the MSC Serial Port Connector to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-31. Connecting a Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Rackmount System to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-32. Items Needed to Connect a Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Rackmount Graphics System to an SGIconsole
Figure 5-33. Connecting the MMSC 8-pin mini-DIN Console Port to the Serial Port Server
Figure 5-34. Connecting the MMSC Base I/O TTY1 to the Processor Module tty_1, Console Connector
Figure 5-35. Connecting the MMSC Upper Bay Connector to the Graphics Module MSC Serial Port
Figure 5-36. Connecting the MMSC Lower Bay Connector to the Processor Module MSC Serial Port
Figure 5-37. Items Needed to Connect an Unlisted System to an SGIconsole
Figure B-1. RJ-45 to DB-9 Serial Cable Pin Assignments
Figure B-2. RJ-45 to DB-9 Serial Adapter Pin Assignments
Figure B-3. RJ-45 to DB-9 Serial Cable With Flow Control Pin Assignments
Figure B-4. RJ-45 to DB-9 Serial Adapter With Flow Control Pin Assignments
Figure B-5. Twisted-Pair Ethernet Crossover Concept
Figure B-6. RJ-45 Ethernet Jack Pin Assignments
Figure B-7. Typical Color Codes for a Standard RJ-45 Ethernet Cable
Figure B-8. Typical Color Codes for a Crossover RJ-45 Ethernet Cable
Figure B-9. SGI Origin 200 Server Serial Port Pin Assignments
Figure B-10. SGI Altix 350, Origin and Onyx 300 and 350 DB-9 Serial Port Connector Pin Assignments
Figure B-11. L2 Controller Ethernet Connector Pin Assignments
Figure B-12. SGI 2100 and SGI 2200 Server Serial Port Pin Location and Assignments
Figure B-13. SGI 2400 and SGI 2800 Server Serial Port Pin Location and Assignments
Figure B-14. Module System Controller (MSC) Serial Port Pin Locations and Assignments
Figure B-15. MMSC 8-pin Mini–DIN Connector Locations
Figure B-16. MMSC 8-pin Mini–DIN Connector Pin Assignments
Figure B-17. SGI Origin and Altix 3000 Series C-brick DB-9 Serial Port Connector Pin Assignments
Figure B-18. L2 Controller Ethernet Connector Pin Assignments
Figure B-19. Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Deskside Serial Port Pin Locations and Assignments
Figure B-20. Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Rackmount Serial Port Pin Locations and Assignments
Figure B-21. Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Rackmount System MSC Pin Locations and Assignments
Figure B-22. Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Rackmount MMSC 8-pin Mini–DIN Connector Locations
Figure B-23. Silicon Graphics Onyx2 Rackmount System MMSC 8-pin Mini–DIN Connector Pin Assignments