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L3000 and N4004 backplane layouts ??

 
Stuart Abramson
Trusted Contributor

L3000 and N4004 backplane layouts ??

Can anyone point me to the backplane layout "pictures" for the L3000 and N4004?

There used to be a manual called something like "Hardware Reference Manual" for each model which showed diagrams of what cards were where, but I can't find it on the HP web site.

I wrote this down, once upon a time, but I don't think it's right:

L2000/L3000 has 12 slots.

0/10/0 12
0/12/0 11
0/8/0 10
0/9/0 9
0/3/0 8
0/1/0 7 (empty on L1000)
0/5/0 6 ...
0/4/0 5 ...
0/1/0 4 ...
0/4/2 3 ...
0/1/0 2 GSP LAN Console / Console
0/1/0 1 CoreI/O LAN / Thin SCSI

Note that I have 0/1/0 about 4 times. That can't be right, can it?

I suspect that they're marked on the back of the server, but the computer room is some ways from here.
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Joshua Scott
Honored Contributor

Re: L3000 and N4004 backplane layouts ??

see:
http://docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/A5191-96018/A5191-96018.html

under
Troubleshooting->
'rp5430 and rp5470 I/O Block Diagram'

it's sideways, but It has a list of slots with the corresponding HW paths. On the L-class, slot 1 is the bottom slot.

for the N4000:
http://docs.hp.com/hpux/onlinedocs/3687/rp7400_customer_hardwaremanual.pdf
(second to last page of the PDF)
On the N4000 there are cards on both sides. The numbering starts at 1 on the bottom left, goes to 6 on the top left, then continues on the bottom right with 7, and 12 is the top right.

Josh
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