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StorageTek SL500 installation and configurations

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I just bought a Sun StorageTek SL500. My problem is I can't  seem to find the installation and configurations manual. It look like it is not available to anyone to download. I found only users guide and assurance guides which is not useful for installation and configurations.

 I need to know how to install the SL500, and the touch screen local operator panel that comes optional with it.

Also how do I connect to it using the Library console to configure it. Is there a default IP address, username, password. And how do I get these.
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http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/prod/sl500.mod#hic

User guide and local operator

Other doc requires an Oracle account

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