Emulex PTM1016 Download Utilities and Manual

Available 5 files for PTM1016
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex PTM1016
Description
Linux Offline Utility
Operating Systems
Linux
Version Utilities
1.0a11
Size Utilities
2.8Mb
File Name
linlpcfg-1.0a11.tgz
Information
version 1.0a11 (requires driver version 8.2.0.29 or later)
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex PTM1016
Description
Linux Offline Utility
Operating Systems
Linux
Version Utilities
1.0a14
Size Utilities
2.8Mb
File Name
linlpcfg-1.0a14.tgz
Information
version 1.0a14 (requires driver version 8.0.16.44 or later)
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex PTM1016
Description
Offline Utility Manual
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
491Kb
File Name
manual.pdf
Information
version 1.0a14 (requires driver version 8.0.16.44 or later)

Installation ...............................................................................................1
Driver Information .................................................................................................... 1
Supported Features........................................................................................... 1
New Features in this Release............................................................................ 1
Prerequisites ..................................................................................................... 2
For the lpfc Driver Kit .................................................................................. 2
Compatibility...................................................................................................... 2
Things to Know Before You Download .............................................................. 3
Known Issues .................................................................................................... 3
Installing the Driver Kit ............................................................................................ 3
Driver Kit Install Script Options.......................................................................... 4
Driver Kit Directory Structure ............................................................................. 4
Installing the Driver on Unsupported Linux Distributions.......................................... 5
Upgrading the Kernel or Applying a Distribution Service Pack or Update ................ 5
Installing the Driver Kit into an Upgraded Kernel ............................................... 5
Booting From a Non-Zero LUN Attached to an Emulex Adapter .............................. 6
Installing the HBAnyware Utility ............................................................................... 6
Uninstalling the Driver Kit .................................................................................. 7
Configuration ..........................................................................................8
Driver Configuration Methods Using modprobe and
/etc/modprobe.conf............................................................................................ 8
Temporary Configuration Method ................................................................ 8
Persistent Configuration Method ................................................................. 8
Temporary Driver Configuration by Read/Write to sysfs .................................... 9
Creating a New Ramdisk Image ...................................................................... 10
For Installed lpfc Driver Kits ...................................................................... 10
For Distribution In-Box lpfc Drivers............................................................ 10
Dynamically Adding LUNs and Targets............................................................ 10
Driver Parameters Reference Table ................................................................ 11
Using udev for Persistent Naming ................................................................... 15
Using udev to Discover Logical to Physical Mappings for sd Devices ....... 15
Configuring the System to Boot From SAN Using Persistent Names ........ 15
Using udev with st Devices ....................................................................... 16
Further Information About Persistent Names ............................................ 17
Working with Virtual Ports (vports)......................................................................... 18
Creating, Deleting and Displaying vports......................................................... 18
The mkvport.sh Script ............................................................................... 18
The rmvport.sh Script................................................................................ 19
The lsvport.sh Script ................................................................................. 19
The vport Sysfs Tree ....................................................................................... 19
Driver Version 8.2.8.14 sysfs Structure............................................................ 20
Vport sysfs Entries .................................................................................... 21
Vport Configuration Limits ............................................................................... 23
DHCHAP Authentication and Configuration ........................................................... 24
Authentication Configuration Parameters ........................................................ 25
Setting Remote and Local Passwords ............................................................. 25
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex PTM1016
Description
Quick Start Guide
Operating Systems
Manual
Size Manual
11.5Mb
File Name
pt1016passthrumoduleqsg_online.pdf
Information
1. Install the Pass-Through Module
Note: Computer equipment contains static-sensitive
components that may be damaged during
handling. Static precautions such as grounded
wrist straps are recommended during the
installation process.
1. Remove the pin cover from the connector pins at the back of
the pass-through module, as shown in Figure 1, Removing
the Pin Cover.
2. Locate an empty module bay in the server.
3. If the selected bay contains a blank I/O module, remove it.
4. Make sure that the latching arm is in the unlatched position,
and slide the pass-through module into the bay until it stops.

2. Attach a Fiber Optic Cable (Optional)
Install a fiber optic cable between the pass-through module and the
target device.
1. Connect the fiber optic cables to the LC connectors on the
pass-through module.
2. Connect the other end of the cable to the target Fibre
Channel device.

3. View Status LEDs
The pass-through module contains
several light-emitting diodes (LEDs).
Each SFP contains a pair of green and
yellow LEDs that indicate the status of
the ports on the SFP. Power-on self test
(POST) conditions and results are
summarized in Table 1, Port Status
LEDs.
In addition, at the bottom of the passthrough
module faceplate is one pair of
blue and yellow LEDs that provide the
status of the pass-through module. Passthrough
module status LEDs are shown
in Table 2, Pass-Through Module Status
LEDs.

Note: For the link rate
conditions, there is a 1-Hz pause when the LED
is off between each group of fast blinks (1, 2 or
3). You should observe the LED sequence for
several seconds to ensure that the pause is
correctly identified.

4. Install Drivers
There are no drivers, fimware or boot code for this device. Utility
software, if applicable, will be located in the Support section of the
Emulex website (www.emulex.com).
5. Having Problems?
Notwithstanding language to the contrary in any other Dell
documentation or on any Dell website, the limited warranty applicable
to Dell branded products described in the Product Information Guide
and/or on the local country Dell website shall apply to the PT1016
Pass-Through Module.
6. Laser Safety
Install only CDRH Certified Class 1 Laser Devices.
Company
Emulex
Categories
Networks Cards
Model
Emulex PTM1016
Description
DOS Offline Utility
Operating Systems
MS-DOS
Version Utilities
2.0a5
Size Utilities
100Kb
File Name
doslpcfg_2.0a6.zip
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