Configuring the Scsi Id Cable

When you install a drive in a drive carrier, the way you connect the SCSI ID cable to the drive depends on which type of drive you're installing. This section describes how to connect the SCSI ID cable for the 2 gigabyte (GB) and 4 GB IBM and Seagate hard drives, which are provided by Apple for the Network Server 500 and 700 Series. If you install a Quantum drive or other drive with an active high LED signal, you need to rewire the SCSI cable as described later in this section. The figure on...

Power Supply NS Series

Before you begin, disconnect the power cord and remove the following AC interlock receptacle ground cable Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. 1 Disconnect the Power backplane-to-SCSI backplane cable from the power backplane by depressing the security tabs on the connector. 2 Disconnect the ground cables from to the main chassis. Disconnect the power supply-to-logic board cable from the power supply. Remove the screw and slide the power supply out of the main unit.

Back View

The Network Server 500 Series and Network Server 700 Series offer the following external ports SCSI, AAUI Ethernet, serial printer, serial modem, Apple Desktop Bus (ADB), sound input, and sound output. The figures on the next pages illustrate the rear panel of the Network Server 500 and 700 Series. Monitor port VGA HD-IS video connects your monitor to your server Monitor port VGA HD-IS video connects your monitor to your server

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Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. Press together the two snaps and push the server name plate down and out of the front bezel assembly. Before you begin, disconnect the power cord. Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. 1 With the front lock key in the upright (unlocked) position, slide the front door to the fully open position. 2 Release the drive drawer clip and slide out the CD-ROM drive. Note Perform the following steps only if you are replacing the...

Mezzanine Interconnect Board

Before you begin, disconnect the power cord, slide the rear drawer out and remove the following Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. Disconnect the following from the mezzanine interconnect board Mezzanine-to-floppy drive cable The 10-inch and 20-inch mezzanine-to-SCSI backplane SCSI cables Remove the mezzanine interconnect board by pulling it up and away from the standoffs holding it. Rotate the mezzanine interconnect board and disconnect the mezzanine-to-front panel cable.

Raid Pci Card

Note This procedure explains how to install a RAID PCI card. The card may be installed in the first PCI slot for internal RAID suport and in any PCI slot for external RAID support. Up to four RAID cards may be installed in one unit. Note The card includes a separate battery and SIMM. Before you begin, disconnect the power cord and remove the rear drawer and Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. 1 Note In this step, be careful not to bend the drawer slides. Using a Phillips...

Left Side Panel

Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. 1 Remove the two screws from the rear edge of the left side panel. 2 Slide the left side panel out. left side panel can be installed only on the left side of the server. Replacement Note First latch the left side panel on the top and then on the bottom.

SCSI IDs and Drive Termination

The Network Server 500 Series and Network Server 700 Series each include three separate SCSI buses two internal SCSI buses and one external bus. The buses accommodate four, five, and seven SCSI devices, respectively. Thus, a total of 16 SCSI devices can be connected to the server without adding PCI cards. The internal buses handle the built-in startup hard drive, CD-ROM drive, tape drive, and up to four additional SCSI drives on the Network Server 500 Series and six on the Network Server 700...

Logic Board

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The following figure illustrates the connectors, battery holder, cache and DRAM DIMM sockets, PCI slots, processor card slot, Cuda reset button, and the power on off button on the Network Server 500 and 700 Series logic board. External SCSI-1 Power on amp Activity LED AAUI Ethernet Video Microphone Audio Output Cuda Reset Button

Startup

Verify system software is installed on the hard drive. If not, refer to Using AIX, AppleTalk Services, and Mac OS Utilities on the Network Server for information about installing and using the operating system. Verify that the server successfully booted from this hard drive before. If not, refer to Using AIX, AppleTalk Services, and Mac OS Utilities on the Network Server for information about installing and using the operating system. Using Open Firmware, verify system startup path is...

Fan Assembly

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Note Because the fan assembly is hot-swappable, you do not need to shut down the server before replacing the fan assembly. A message will display on the LCD panel indicating that it is safe to replace the assembly. 1 With the back of the computer facing you, place your fingers on the notch located on the fan assembly. 2 Press the fan assembly down and away from the unit. Replacement Note With the fan assembly at a right angle to the unit, install the fan assembly by first inserting the tab, and...

Network Server Pci Raid Card

The Network Server 500 Series and Network Server 700 Series offer six PCI expansion slots each, but due to a limitation in the PCI Redundant Array of Independent Disks RAID implementation, only four Network Server PCI RAID cards can be installed in a single Network Server 500 or 700 Series computer. The first or a single PCI RAID card is designed to be connected to the server's two internal SCSI-2 buses. In that case, the two SCSI-2 controller chips on the logic board are disabled and all...

LCDSpeaker Keylock Cable

Keylock Cable

Before you begin, disconnect the power cord and slide the rear drawer out and remove the following Note Turn the front lock key to the upright unlocked or left service position. Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. Caution Do not exert force on the snaps as they may break. 1 Push the two snaps away from the speaker and slightly push the speaker up. 2 Disconnect the LCD speaker keylock cable from the LCD display. 3 Using pliers remove the metal tab from the front lock. 4...

Front View

Network Server 700

The following figure illustrates the front view of the Network Server 500 and 700 Series. Note that the monitor and keyboard must be purchased separately. Front key switch locks sliding security door and base cover LCD displays system diagnostics and status messages Release buttons to remove base cover Front key switch locks sliding security door and base cover Release buttons to remove base cover Power supplies NS500 Series includes a single power supply NS700 Series offers an optional second...

Power

System does not power up, screen is blank, fan is not running, power LED is not lit Verify that system is properly connected to a power source Check for the presence of power cable. If the server is plugged into a power strip, verify that the power strip is turned on. Check power cable connection. It should be firmly connected to the server and the power source. Plug the monitor directly into wall socket and then verify that the monitor has power. Verify that key in rear drawer is in horizontal...