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Sun StorEdge 3000 RAID

Posted on 2004-10-25
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Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Can this RAID box be connected directly to a SUN server (440) without having to set IP addresses?
Question by:lcor
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trever_macpherson earned 2000 total points
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If you have the SCSI version of the box (and I presume too with the FC version) there should be no need to set an IP address on it.  The only reason to set IP on the box itself is for remote management.  However, if you connect to it via SCSI from your 440 then you can configure the RAID via the tools available on the server.  Typically Veritas Disk Manager (lite) is included on most SunOS servers for this purpose.

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