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Trim-17 x 22

FAS2240-4 System
Hardware Overview
Front view with bezel removed
Operation panel

Left mounting tab


Tab for changing the shelf ID

Right mounting tab

Up to 24 SAS or SATA disk drives

Shelf LEDs:
- power
- shelf fault
- activity

Drive
Bays
0-3
4-7
8-11
12-15
16-19
20-23

Shelf ID
digital
display
(two digits)

Management and
Ethernet ports

Disk drive bays numbering 0-23

Note: The SAS ports on the controller modules


are designated as circle and square ports (not
In and Out ports).

Remote Management port


(wrench icon)
Console port

Back view
Module fault LED

NVMEM LED
Mezzanine card ports
(FC or 10-Gb Ethernet)

SAS ports (2)

Power supply LEDs:


power
DC fault
fan fault
AC fault

LNK

0b

LNK

+
-

e0a

e0c

e0b

e0d

0a

e0b

e0d

Gigabit Ethernet ports (4)


LNK

10-Gb Ethernet option

0b

LNK

+
-

e0a

e0c

e0b

e0d

SLOT
MAP PSU 1

0a

e1b

ACT
LNK

e0c

ACP port
(locked wrench icon)

Mezzanine card ports


e1a

e0a

PSU 3

ACT
LNK

SBB A
Slot A
SBB B
Slot B

PSU 2
PSU 4

Fibre Channel option


1a
LNK

2 controller
module blanks
4 power supplies (each
with two integrated fans)

1b
LNK

2 controller modules

Component replacement map

Important

Important

For component and controller module replacement instructions, LED


behavior, and SES error messages, see the Hardware Library Page on
support.netapp.com.

For hot-swappable FRUs:


Always consult support.netapp.com for current
field-replaceable unit (FRU) replacement procedures.

Front
Up to 24
disk drives

Four power
supplies

2
4

Back

6
5

One or two controller


modules

9
Power supplies and disk drives are hot-swappable.

Hot-swapping a controller module in a singlecontroller configuration causes a service disruption.

2
3
4
5

Copyright 2011 NetApp, Inc. All rights reserved.

Mezzanine card
6 NVMEM battery cable and plug
7 NVMEM battery
RTC battery and holder
8 Boot device
System DIMM
9 Boot device enclosure
NVMEM DIMM
DIMM slots (NVMEM DIMM has white tabs)

210-05313+A0

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FAS2240-4 System
Installation and Setup
1

Before you begin

Gather your site requirements and check them with the information
in the Site Requirements Guide at support.netapp.com.

3.
Check your shipment.
1. Shipping box:
- 1 system
- 1 bezel
- 1 accessories kit
2. Accessories kit:
Installation and Setup instructions/
Hardware Overview (this poster)
The rail kit:
- Rack installation flyer
- Four-post rail kit
- Two-post telco tray kit
- 2 or 4 cable management arms
- 4 power cables (optional)

You need the following tools and documentation:


Tools:
Phillips head screwdriver or an electric drill with a Phillips
head attachment
Grounding strap (included in the accessory kit)
WireGauge utility software
(support.netapp.com/NOW/download/tools/wiregauge/)
Documentation:
Site Requirements Guide
Universal SAS and ACP Cabling guide
The setup worksheet from the Data ONTAP Software
Setup Guide

Install in rack

CAUTION

To reduce the weight of the


disk shelf, remove the power
supplies and controllers
before lifting.

HA pair NAS or ISCSI: One disk shelf stack (Multipath HA)

Controller A

Controller B

Controller B

FAS2240-4
ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

Controller A

Controller A

Controller B

Controller B

Controller B

FAS2240-4
ACP

ACP

SAS

ACP

Controller A

FAS2240-4

ACP

SAS

FAS2240-4
SAS

ACP

LNK

+
-

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

PSU

PSU
ACP

SAS

ACP

LNK

LNK

0a

SAS
Controller A

Controller B

Controller B

FAS2240-4

LNK

SAS

LNK

0a

ACP

SAS

ACP

ACP

SAS

SAS

ACP

ACP

+
-

PSU

PSU

ACP

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

PSU

PSU
ACP

ACP

SAS

ACT
LNK

ACP

PSU

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

ACP

SAS

SAS

1 Daisy chain SAS ports


SAS

2 Cable controller SAS ports

ACP

Controller A

SAS

4 Cable ACP connections

ACP

SAS

Controller A

LNK

0a

+
-

LNK

FAS2240-4
SAS

ACP

0b

FAS2240-4
SAS

ACP

SAS

0a

Stand-alone NAS or ISCSI: One disk shelf stack


(dual path to external drives, single path to internal drives)

SAS

2 Cable top SAS ports


SAS

ACP

FAS2240-4
ACP

SAS

SAS

ACP

FAS2240-4

ACP

SAS

SAS

+
-

ACP

ACP

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

Internal storage only


HA pair NAS or ISCSI: No external disk shelf stack (Multipath)

1 Connect SAS ports


SAS

ACP

ACP

SAS

ACP

SAS

ACP

ACP

Management
Port

HA pair FC SAN dual path using


Fibre Channel mezzanine card

SAS

ACP

ACP

PSU

SAS

ACP

ACP

SAS

SAS

1 Controller to switches

ACP
SAS

ACP

Controller A

ACT
LNK

e0c

e0b

e0d

e1b
ACT
LNK

ACP Port

Fibre
Channel

Ethernet

Console

SAS

Controller B

SAS

PSU

ACP

SAS

PSU

FAS2240-4

Controller B

FAS2240-4

FAS2240-4

ports as shown in other


examples

verify that the ID for each disk shelf in the stack is unique,
Set the shelf ID Visually
and if necessary, set the FAS2240-4s disk shelf ID:

1. Remove the bezel.


2. Press and hold the U-shaped button above the LEDs
until the first digit blinks.
3. Press the button to change the number until the correct
number is displayed.

4. Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the second digit.


5. Press and hold the button until the second number stops blinking.
Result: Both numbers blink and the operator display panel fault LED lights in about five seconds.
6. Power-cycle the system to make the new disk shelf ID take effect.

Connect power

1. Plug in all the power cords.


2. Turn on the power to the disk shelves and storage system.

2 Cable SAS and ACP

PSU

PSU
SAS

2 Connect ACP ports

PSU

PSU

PSU

PSU

PSU

0a

e0a

S
A
S

SAS

Controller B

PSU

SAS

SAS

FC SAN

Controller A

FAS2240-4

PSU

ACP

+
-

Controller A

Controller A

SAS

Port labels

PSU

FAS2240-4

ACP

ACP

e0d

SAS

Controller B

SAS

SAS

e0b

ACT
LNK

SAS

4 Cable ACP connections

ACP

Controller A

ACP

LNK

PSU

PSU

3 Cable bottom SAS ports


SAS

ACP

e0c

SAS

PSU

PSU

SAS

PSU
ACP

ACP

0b

SAS
SAS

e0a

SAS

PSU

PSU

PSU

PSU

PSU

e0d

e1b

ACT
LNK

e1a
ACP

ACP

PSU

e0b

ACT
LNK

5 Cluster-Mode only: Mezzanine ports to cluster network


Important: This step is not required in 7-Mode configurations.

ACP

Controller A

LNK

ACP

e0c

e1b

ACT
LNK

e1a
FAS2240-4

Controller A

e0a

4 Network cable to Remote Management port

ACP

Controller A

LNK

ACP

1 Daisy chain SAS ports

e0d

SAS

PSU

PSU

e0b

Stand-alone NAS or ISCSI: One disk shelf stack


(dual path to external drives, single path to internal drives)

PSU

PSU
SAS

PSU

ACP

SAS

e0c

e1b

ACT
LNK

SAS

PSU

PSU
SAS

e0a

NFS, CIFS, and iSCSI are supported protocols.


In Cluster-Mode, these ports connect to the data
network.

0b

ACP

e0d

3 Data network cables to ports e0a through e0d.

ACP

SAS

e0b

SAS

SAS

FAS2240-4

ACP

SAS

e0c

ACT
LNK

e1a

ACP

e0a
e1b

ACT
LNK

SAS

LNK

FAS2240-4

e0c

2 Console cable to adapter

0b

4 Cable ACP connections

ACP

e0a

+
-

ACP

ACP

SAS

e1a

0b

PSU

Controller A

e0d

Cable the controllers

SAS

PSU

PSU

3 Cable bottom SAS ports


SAS

ACP

PSU

PSU

PSU

SAS

e0b

PSU

PSU

e0c

0a

e1a

PSU

PSU

e0a

0b

HA pair NAS or ISCSI: One disk shelf stack (Multipath HA)


1 Daisy chain SAS ports
2 Cable controller SAS ports 4 Cable ACP connections

2 Cable top SAS ports

Controller A

+
-

1 RJ-45 to DB-9 adapter to console port (required)

DS4243 shelves

SAS

LNK

0a

LNK

Use the appropriate procedures for your configuration.

DS2246 shelves
ACP

Attach the cable management arms

110 lbs (49.9 kg)

Cable the disk shelves


SAS

Note: The number of hardware parts is determined by


your system configuration and system requirements.

0b

Install the appropriate rack mount for


the system disk shelves. Make sure
that you leave enough room for the
storage system.

1 Daisy chain SAS ports

LIFTING HAZARD

Setup kit bag:


- General information kit:
- Software license
- Warranty agreement, safety
- Shelf-to-shelf cables
information, and regulatory
- Shelf-to-controller cables
notices
- Loopback plugs
- Customer support registration
- Grounding kit
- 2 brackets for optional 2-post - Perchlorate presence flyer
- Toxic and hazardous
mid-mount installations
substances flyer
- 1 or 2 RJ-45 to DB-9
- Product documentation flyer
console adapters
- Cabinet/rack alignment guide

LNK

Note: See the rail kit installation


flyer included with the rail kit for the
rack installation procedure.

Unpack and verify contents

Shelf ID
button

Boot the system

1. Use the console interface to answer the setup questions for each
node in your system. Use the data you collected with the setup
worksheet from the Data ONTAP Software Setup Guide.
2. Check your system cabling by running the WireGauge utility from
the NetApp Support site at support.netapp.com.
3. Enable AutoSupport, then use the My AutoSupport feature to view
the health of your system on support.netapp.com/NOW/asuphome/.