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Hot-Swap Backplane (FRU No. 06H8388)
Hot-swap backplane - front view


SCSI ID Jumper
If two backplanes are connected to the same adapter, one backplane must be set to high and the other one to low.

SCSI ROM Address ID
Jumper Setting
Description
HI=High


LO=Low
Assigns SCSI IDs 8 to D to the
backplane

Assigns SCSI IDs 0 to 5 to the
backplane


Hot-swap Backplane - rear view

ROM Address Jumper Setting

NOTES:
a. If more than one backplane is installed in the computer, each backplane must have a different ROM address setting.
b. Do not install a ROM address jumper on backplanes installed in PC Server 320 computers.
c. To identify the location for the backplane jumper, see Hot-Swap Backplane (FRU No. 06H8388).


Jumper Position Description
C


D


E
Address for a backplane
installed in Bank C

Address for a backplane
installed in Bank D

Address for a backplane
installed in Bank E



Termination (Hot-Swap Back Plane)
The hot-swap back plane is automatically terminated. Drives connected to the hot-swap back plane should not be terminated.
Document id:  DDSE-43XNF7
Last modified:  2001-06-22
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