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ML370 or HP Carrier-Grade cc3310 AND X25Prima card

 
santos_2
Occasional Contributor

ML370 or HP Carrier-Grade cc3310 AND X25Prima card

Hi
We have several X25 PCI PRIMA cards.
The ML370 has a PCI bus which works 3.3V.
The PCI X25 Prima cards work to 5V.
I suppose, I cannot use these cards with the ML370 servers.
I have seen the specifications for HP Carrier-Grade cc3310 and it contains PCI both 3.3 and 5 V, so I think this is the right server for us.
Is this right?
What other servers could I use?
any idea.
Thank you very much in advance

Santos
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kris rombauts
Honored Contributor

Re: ML370 or HP Carrier-Grade cc3310 AND X25Prima card

Hi Santos,

not sure from the above info if you really
plan to install that PCI card in a CC3310 but those servers have a limited number of supported cards, so be carefull if you invest in those cards or servers as the combination might not be supported by HP in case you run in to problems to get it working. Check it out first.

Kris
CA1067737
New Member

Re: ML370 or HP Carrier-Grade cc3310 AND X25Prima card

it depends on how many of these cards you want to put in an individual server. The ML150G2 is a current server that offers a pci slot at 5 volts.
Total I/O slots consisting of:

(4) 64-bit/66MHz PCI-X slots (3 available), 3.3 volts
(1) 4x PCI-Express slot, 3.3 volts
(1) 1 32-bit/33Mhz PCI slot, 5 volts
None of the other ProLiant servers offer a 5 volt slot.
I would also verify OS compatibility on these cards and server.