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1.4.1

Minor Versionm

by Rene Weber

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  1. Do not grip into the slots for lifting the controller Do only lift the controller from the sides Do not grip the power supply handles for lifting the controller
    • Do not grip into the slots for lifting the controller

    • Do only lift the controller from the sides

    • Do not grip the power supply handles for lifting the controller

    • Have a team of two people lift the controller out of its box

    • Partner B (right): Hold G5000 Controller

    • Partner A (left): Remove the back and middle cushions

  2. Partner A: Slide hands underneath plastic foil and take over G5000 controller from partner B Partner B: Carefully slide front cushion over bothe side flanges - one at a time
    • Partner A: Slide hands underneath plastic foil and take over G5000 controller from partner B

    • Partner B: Carefully slide front cushion over bothe side flanges - one at a time

  3. 1 G5000 Controller
    • 1 G5000 Controller

    • 1 loop cable

    • 2 power cables

    • 1 set of two rack slides including mounting screws

    • G5000 Controller Unboxing

  4. 2 Rack Slides
    • 2 Rack Slides

    • Pack of 2 rack mount bolts

    • 2 G5000 Controller bay keys

    • Pack of 4 M5x15 screws

    • Pack of 12 M5x15 screws

    • Pack of 10 M4x4 screws

  5. Pull out inner arm until lock Flip Rack Slide over and push down lever to completely pull out inner arm Repeat for second Rack slide
    • Pull out inner arm until lock

    • Flip Rack Slide over and push down lever to completely pull out inner arm

    • Repeat for second Rack slide

    • Rack Slides Mount Preparation

  6. Place inner arm of the Rack Slide onto the side of the G5000 Controller so that the holes in the inner arm align with the pins on the Contoller Push the inner arm of the Rack Slide towards the back of the Controller in order to lock them in place
    • Place inner arm of the Rack Slide onto the side of the G5000 Controller so that the holes in the inner arm align with the pins on the Contoller

    • Push the inner arm of the Rack Slide towards the back of the Controller in order to lock them in place

  7. Use the provided M4x4 screws Fixate inner arm of Rack Slide with two screws each as shown in the pictures Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for other side of G5000 Controller
    • Use the provided M4x4 screws

    • Fixate inner arm of Rack Slide with two screws each as shown in the pictures

    • Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for other side of G5000 Controller

    • G5000 Controller Rack Slides Mount

  8. Insert the back pins of the outer arms of the Rack Slide into your Rack Pull back the round lever to let the front pins latch onto your Rack
    • Insert the back pins of the outer arms of the Rack Slide into your Rack

    • Pull back the round lever to let the front pins latch onto your Rack

  9. Use M5x15 screws Lock Rack Slides on Rack backside using screws as shown
    • Use M5x15 screws

    • Lock Rack Slides on Rack backside using screws as shown

  10. Use Rack Mount Bolt Lock Rack Slide on Rack front using screws as shown
    • Use Rack Mount Bolt

    • Lock Rack Slide on Rack front using screws as shown

    • Rack Slides Rack Mount

  11. Pull out the outer arms of the Rack Slides which have been mounted onto your Rack Align the inner arms that are mounted to your G5000 Controller with the outer arms
    • Pull out the outer arms of the Rack Slides which have been mounted onto your Rack

    • Align the inner arms that are mounted to your G5000 Controller with the outer arms

  12. Slide G5000 Controller halfway into the Rack, until the lever on the inner arm latches Slide G5000 Controller halfway into the Rack, until the lever on the inner arm latches Slide G5000 Controller halfway into the Rack, until the lever on the inner arm latches
    • Slide G5000 Controller halfway into the Rack, until the lever on the inner arm latches

  13. Release second lever inside the Rack and continue sliding the G5000 Controller into the Rack Release second lever inside the Rack and continue sliding the G5000 Controller into the Rack Release second lever inside the Rack and continue sliding the G5000 Controller into the Rack
    • Release second lever inside the Rack and continue sliding the G5000 Controller into the Rack

  14. Gently push G5000 Controller into the Rack until both Rack Flanges have latched
    • Gently push G5000 Controller into the Rack until both Rack Flanges have latched

    • G5000 Controller Rack Mount

  15. Connect the delivered loop cable
    • Connect the delivered loop cable

    • This cable connects shelf and server part of the controller

    • If cable is not plugged the display will keep showing 'Starting up'

    • If the cable is not connected a communication with the shelf is not possible

  16. Management and Data must not be in the same subnet
    • Management and Data must not be in the same subnet

    • Management and Data may be combined to one interface later

    • Connect 1GB Ethernet to Management port for Configuration via WebUI

    • Connect 1GB Ethernet to IPMI port for hardware monitoring and service access

    • Connect FibreChannel or 10GB Ethernet cable to data port ( depending on ordered hardware )

  17. Start up your controller by connecting the power cables
    • Start up your controller by connecting the power cables

  18. G5000 will try to receive IP addresses via DHCP on management and data interfaces If no DHCP server can be found G5000 will assign fallback IP addresses as follows
    • G5000 will try to receive IP addresses via DHCP on management and data interfaces

    • If no DHCP server can be found G5000 will assign fallback IP addresses as follows

    • Management: 192.168.1.1

    • Data: 192.168.2.1

    • The assigned IP addresses may be checked via...

    • ...G5000 EPaper Display

    • ...Monitor console output

  19. Open the Webinterface via management ip   "https://<ip>/
    • Open the Webinterface via management ip "https://<ip>/

    • Default user: admin

    • Default password: adminadmin

  20. Open your webbrowser
    • Open your webbrowser

    • Connect to https://<management-ip>

    • Login with your username and password

    • Default user: admin

    • Default pass: adminadmin

  21. Navigate to Settings -&gt; Network
    • Navigate to Settings -> Network

    • Edit hostname and domain

    • Switch between management and data IP configuration

    • Set up your data network

    • Set up your management network

    • Data and management must not be in the same subnet

    • In order to enter a gateway both interfaces have to be changed to manual IP first

    • Set up your IPMI address

  22. Network combination makes sense if management and data shall be located in one subnet
    • Network combination makes sense if management and data shall be located in one subnet

    • In order to combine your management and data networks click on Combine data & management networks

    • The IP configuration will be transferred from the management interface to your data interface

  23. Navigate to Settings -&gt; Miscellaneous
    • Navigate to Settings -> Miscellaneous

    • Set up your timeservers

  24. Navigate to Settings -&gt; Notifications
    • Navigate to Settings -> Notifications

    • Set up your notification settings

    • In order to use FAST LTA Monitoring support make sure to...

    • ...use a valid external address as sender

    • ...check the corresponding checkbox

    • Https Notificiations is optional and may be used in case of mail relaying not allowed or possible

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