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Hardware Announcement 100-323
October 3, 2000

IBM e(logo)server zSeries 900: A Multipurpose Server for Enterprise-Class e-business

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At a Glance

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IBM announces the IBM e(logo)server zSeries 900 family, with numerous upgrade options from S/390® 9672 Generation 5 and 6 servers. S/390 operations are fully compatible with the new architecture also being announced today, IBM's z/Architecture, based upon 64-bit real architecture. z/Architecture, combined with new hardware, offers up to 640 processors in a 32-way Sysplex (512 performing workloads and up to 128 performing system and backup functions). World-class, exciting LINUX® operating mode support options are also offered. A new Coupling Facility, the IBM e(logo)server zSeries Coupling Facility Model 100, is also being announced. S/390 ESA applications are also fully compatible with z/Architecture, ensuring the continuing viability of S/390 information assets and S/390 technology.

The zSeries family of servers offers 26 air-cooled models, including the z900 Model 100, IBM's new stand-alone coupling facility. All of these models include the latest generation of IBM's integrated Modular Cooling Unit (MCU) in conjunction with IBM's industry-leading copper interconnection technology.

For ordering, contact:

Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: YE001).

Overview

IBM announces the IBM e(logo)server zSeries 900, the first enterprise e-business server of the new IBM e(logo)server brand. IBM e(logo)server provides new tools for managing workload and new application flexibility to meet the challenges of the next generation of e-business.

As an advanced technology platform with innovative technology, the zSeries 900 is designed for high-performance data and transaction serving that is optimized to handle the volatility typical of the changing e-business climate — extremely high transaction rates and the requirement to manage ever larger databases.

To succeed in this new world, IBM recognizes the requirement for more than just the latest hardware and software. You also need the flexibility to integrate new technology through open standards, a robust system, and a secure infrastructure capable of supporting multiple applications and operating systems, as well as sharing data and directing system resources intelligently. To further extend IBM's commitment to an open application environment, the zSeries offers customers unmatched flexibility for their deployment of Linux solutions.

The zSeries 900 provides these capabilities through a totally new system design, which includes 64-bit architecture in the new z/Architecture — the most extensive design effort in four decades of large-scale computing. The zSeries 900 also has the architecture required for a new software pricing model being announced: Workload License Charge. This model has been designed to support the e-business reality. Customers may now define the software requirement that meets their business goals, and pay only for what they need.

The zSeries, partnered with z/OS, can scale effortlessly and respond continuously to changing business demands, with IBM's Introduction of the Intelligent Resource Director (IRD). IRD enables system resources to be dynamically managed across logical partitions (LPARs) based on workload priorities and business goals predefined by the customer. If your e-commerce application on the zSeries suddenly experiences a spike in transaction volumes, IRD can automatically sense the change in workload and respond by redirecting resources from lower priority virtual servers. IRD can also reach beyond the server complex, via Workload Manager, to automatically and continuously redirect resources from the heart of your data to the edge of your network. This makes the zSeries the first truly self-managing server.

Key Prerequisites

Refer to the Software Requirements section of this announcement.

Planned Availability Dates

Refer to the Description section.

Description

Planned Availability Dates

  • December 18, 2000
    • All 2064 servers, except Model 100
    • 9672 G5 and G6 MES upgrades to z900s
    • 9672 G5 Model R06 Coupling Facility MES upgrades to z900s
  • March 30, 2001
    • zSeries Coupling Facility Model 100
    • 9672 G5 Model R06 upgrade to 2064 Model 100
    • zSeries 900 vertical upgrades
    • FICON™ Channel Card (SX) (Feature 2318 for 2064)
    • FICON Channel Card (SX) (Feature 2316 for 9672, G5/G6)
    • Feature MES orders
    • Direct Device attachment to z900 of 3590 A60 tape, 2032 FICON Directors and 2042 FICON Directors

Additional Licensed Internal Code Support: Some of the announced functions may require additional Licensed Internal Code (LIC) that will be available subsequent to the base LIC load. Please consult with your IBM representative to confirm earlier support.

Performance for Your e-business Advantage

IBM's zSeries 900 introduces a new standard of performance for all applications with its substantially increased processor and SMP capabilities in key applications.

As CMOS technology has evolved to support additional processing power, it has also grown to drive more engines. The z900 not only supports increased processing power, but its 64-bit design point effectively eliminates systems overhead caused by excessive paging. 64-bit architecture support allows efficient scaling as applications continue to drive the requirement to manage ever larger databases. The z900 I/O subsystem has been redesigned to minimize potential I/O constraints by increasing I/O bus bandwidth from 8 to 24 Gbytes/sec. This advantage supports connection to high-speed storage and communications networking devices. The z900's design for greater bandwidth, together with FICON and associated DASD, provides greater and faster data movement in and out of the server. Mindful of increasing Parallel Sysplex® throughput demands, the z900 coupling links have been improved to support bandwidth requirements up to 100 MB/sec for shorter distance ICB links, and up to 200 Mbytes/sec for ISC links. New coupling links in the architecture allow customers to continue their advantage of IBM's industry-leading clustering solution, Parallel Sysplex. The combined balanced system result increases performance across a broad spectrum.

When compared to a 9672-ZZ7, the zSeries Model 116 is expected to achieve new levels of performance as described below:

  1. Savings in batch elapsed time of up to 17% for the CPU component of an individual batch job. A batch stream can see up to 60% throughput improvement with a potential for further savings via implementation of FICON, compression, and Enterprise Storage Server (Shark) DASD.
    • Due to the increase in the hardware capacity, additional processing power can be used to reduce the CPU component of the batch job. Combined with the support of larger data movement, this allows for improved turnaround time in CPU constrained batch jobs.
  2. Increased support of up to 55% additional Linux images.
    • The z/Architecture not only supports traditional work but also allows Linux work to execute within the same server. The number of Linux images that can be supported for productive work is significantly more than previously available, due to the balanced system approach. This increased headroom allows for outstanding levels of server consolidation for Linux within the z/Architecture while still providing the performance necessary to support all work types.
  3. Increased support of up to 50% more SAP throughput or up to 50% more Lotus® Notes users.
    • z900's additional balanced system capacity supports increases in SAP throughput or additional Lotus Notes® users with its additional processing power as well as its ability to accommodate more SAP work or Notes™ users within a single operating system image through the 64-bit capable storage hierarchy.
  4. Increased support of up to 45% more throughput in Web-based initiated transactions. IBM's z900 with its z/Architecture not only enables additional transactions to be executed but with the combination of z/OS (WorkLoad Manager) and balanced hardware it is well suited to contain and manage the spikes generated by Web transactions.
  5. Enhanced hardware data compression on the z900 to provide significant performance gains over IBM 9672 G6 processors. Depending upon the length of the records, a 3 to 4 times improvement has been demonstrated for compression and a 2 to 3 times improvement has been demonstrated for expansion. For both expansion and compression, the longer the record length, the higher the performance gain. With expansion, records with lower compression ratios have higher performance gains.

Preliminary Performance Estimates with OS/390® Version 2 Release 10

Compared to the 9672 Generation 6 servers, the z900 servers offer the following performance advantage:

Expected performance relative to the 9672-ZZ7:

  • 2064-116 1.5 — 1.6
  • 2064-115 1.45 — 1.55
  • 2064-114 1.4 — 1.5
  • 2064-113 1.3 — 1.4

Relative to the corresponding 9672 G6 models, the expected performance of the following z900 servers is:

  • 2064-112 1.25 — 1.3 times 9672-ZZ7
  • 2064-111 1.25 — 1.3 times 9672-ZY7
  • 2064-110 1.25 — 1.3 times 9672-ZX7
  • 2064-109 1.25 — 1.35 times 9672-X97
  • 2064-108 1.3 — 1.4 times 9672-X87
  • 2064-107 1.3 — 1.4 times 9672-X77
  • 2064-106 1.3 — 1.4 times 9672-X67
  • 2064-105 1.3 — 1.4 times 9672 X57
  • 2064-104 1.3 — 1.4 times 9672 X47
  • 2064-103 1.3 — 1.4 times 9672 X37
  • 2064-102 1.3 — 1.4 times 9672 X27
  • 2064-101 1.35 — 1.45 times 9672 X17

In general, z900 Models 1C1 to 1C9 provide a capacity increase approximately 20% to 30% over the corresponding 9672 Z17 through Z97.

The above performance estimates are Internal Throughput Rate Ratios (ITRR) based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput that any user will experience will vary depending upon considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user's job stream, the I/O configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve throughput improvements equivalent to the performance ratios stated here. For more detailed performance information consult the Large Systems Performance Reference (LSPR). Customers interested in LSPR should contact their IBM representative.

Highlights — Architected for Freedom

64-Bit Architecture: The z/Architecture is the largest architecture change since the invention of IBM's S/360 in the early 1960s. z/Architecture allows z900 servers to achieve unprecedented scale in memory addressing. Not only are full 64-bit addresses exploited, but the access register architecture allows each of a possible 2K data spaces a full 64-bit addressing range. Full LPAR and VM support for 64-bit guest operating systems is integrated. The combination of multiple 64-bit guests and multiple 64-bit data spaces allows the architecture to satisfy conceivable main memory growth for the coming decade and beyond. z/Architecture allows independent exploitation of 64-bit real and 64-bit virtual storage. Addressing is trimodal to accommodate 24-, 31-, and 64-bit addressing coexistence.

All general registers are expanded from 32 to 64 bits. Full upward compatibility is designed in. Newer 64-bit programs can invoke older S/390 programs without changing program linkage. A set of modal instructions utilizes 64- or 32-bit integers, or a mix of 32- and 64-bit integers. Mode-independent "G" instructions handle 64-bit integers.

Clustering Architecture — The Intelligent Resource Director: Several new architecture features are provided that enable the z/OS Workload Manager (WLM) to interact with the I/O Supervisor and with the channel subsystem in order to provide more efficient use of the system's resources. These new facilities allow the central processors, channels, and associated DASD I/O resources to be managed by z/OS WLM on a policy basis for the LPARs within the cluster. They provide z/OS WLM with the ability to dynamically interact with PR/SM™ in order to control the use of CPU and channel path resources within the Intelligent Resource Director. Additionally, they allow z/OS WLM to prioritize the execution of queued I/O operations at the channel subsystem.

LPAR CPU Management: This new architecture facility provides z/OS WLM with the ability to dynamically alter the logical partitions (LP) weights for each of the logical partitions within the LPAR cluster, thereby influencing PR/SM to ensure that each logical partition receives the percentage of shared CPU resources necessary to meet its workload goals. Refer to the Parallel Sysplex section of this announcement for more detail.

Dynamic Channel Path Management (DCM): These new interfaces allow z/OS WLM to dynamically reconfigure channel path resources within the cluster in order to ensure that a business critical application's I/O processing requirements, necessary to meet its workload goals, are not being delayed due to the unavailability or overutilization of channel path resources.

Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing: This new facility provides z/OS's WLM with the ability to prioritize and thereby influence the channel subsystem's execution of queued I/O requests. The benefit is to ensure that the most important I/O across all LPARs will be handled before less important I/O requests that are waiting to use some channel.

Performance: The performance design of the z/Architecture enables the entire server to support a new standard of performance for all applications by expanding upon the balanced system approach. As CMOS technology has been enhanced to support not only additional processing power, but also more engines, the zSeries 900 was designed to support the increase in processing power. The I/O subsystem supports greater bandwidth through the use of FICON and associated DASD, thus providing for larger and quicker data movement into the server. Support of larger amounts of data within the server required improved management of storage configurations made available through combination of the software operating system and hardware support of 64-bit for real and virtual storage. New coupling links in the architecture allow customers to continue to exploit the advantage of the leading clustering solution in the industry, Parallel Sysplex. The combined balanced system effect allows for dramatic increases in performance across a broad spectrum of applications.

Subchannel Constraint Relief: As customers see their I/O configurations grow, and in order to meet the high storage and high availability demands of their workloads, they must define more and more devices and subchannels to their system. Moreover, customers that exploit the Parallel Access Volumes (PAV) or Peer-to-Peer Remote Copy features, including the PPRC Dynamic Address Switching (P/DAS) capability, of the IBM Enterprise Storage Server may require additional subchannel growth for improved performance and continuous availability.

z900 has increased the number of subchannels supported to 512K HSA subchannels (this is the maximum for all LPs) and up to 63K in basic mode and for each logical partition (LP) in LPAR mode.

Speed Deployment of e-business Solutions: The z900 enables up to a 640-processor cluster: A new 20 Processor Unit (PU) Multichip Module (MCM) is the technology cornerstone for the z900, from a 1-way processor (one Central Processor [CP], and its two standard System Assist Processors [SAPs]), up to a full 16-way server (16 CPs, 3 SAPs, and 1 spare PU) with the capability to respond to any demands for growth capacity in your new world of enterprise e-business. With a potential for up to 32 z900s in a Parallel Sysplex, installations can realize up to 640-processors in a 32-way Sysplex, 512 performing customer workloads and up to 128 performing system and backup functions. While present installations may need to employ a conglomerate of servers to support their IT mission, the z900 offers the new paradigm of the multisystem server: The z900 models offer unparalleled flexibility to the enterprise to speed deployment of e-business solutions. As a discrete server: The z900 can be a totally independent server, secure with IBM's best-of-breed security options and self-systems management. The z900 incorporates all of the z/Architecture's new 64-bit architecture, as well as traditional partitioning and guest support capabilities. As a cluster of servers: With thousands of transactions, all accessing one copy of the data, using IBM's industry-leading clustering architecture, the z900 is unmatched for capacity and availability. Also, consider the integration of hybrid applications with many instances of database extracts and replica files that all need connecting. Here as well, the z900 is the tool of choice for the job. As virtual images: Plan for hundreds of Linux machines running stand-alone e-business applications, using IBM's Virtual Image Facility™ for Linux on your new zSeries 900.

Using IBM's Discrete Server Technology with z900 and z/OS, customers may take advantage a new pricing model called Workload License Charges (WLC). This pricing model better addresses today's explosive growth of new workloads, driven largely by new e-business applications. WLC is designed to support the variability of e-business applications and makes the platform more affordable for growth. With WLC and a new z/OS function called IBM License Manager, customers:

  • Will pay for eligible software based on defined workload requirements, not necessarily the full capacity of the server
  • Can buy additional hardware (for a future growth allowance) with no increase to their software bill
  • Are provided the flexibility to manage e-business workload spikes
  • Will benefit from improved price performance as workloads grow

For more information concerning Workload License Charges and the IBM License Manager, refer to Software Announcement 200-352 , dated October 3, 2000, and Software Announcement 200-354 , dated October 3, 2000.

Technology Excellence — The Best Engineering

The zSeries Server — The First IBM Enterprise-Class System with 64-Bit Architecture: This server is optimized for commercial workloads (IMS™, TSO, CICS®, DB2®, and Batch) and UNIX®-based applications executing under z/OS, plus Linux. Reliability has been further enhanced over G6 servers, with additional concurrent repair capabilities, duplication of CP units, recovery/refresh, and dynamic CP sparing. Sixteen Central Processors (CPs) plus clustering solutions support robust scalability and 15 logical partitions (LPARs).

The z900 Engineering: The Multichip Module (MCM) for z900 contains up to 35 chips (30 are CMOS 8S bulk technology). The MCM includes 20 microprocessors, more than 2.5 billion transistors, 0.18 micron copper interconnections, 85,000 C4 joints, and 4,224 I/Os, making it the world's densest chip module. This approximately five-inch-square ceramic substrate consists of 101 layers of glass ceramic and 6 layers of thin film wired with 1 kilometer of wire. Power consumption is 1 Kilowatt.

The z900's Central Processor (CP) chip is comprised of CMOS 8S bulk technology with copper interconnections and 47 million transistors. This 17.9 X 9.9 mm chip is faster than its S/390 G6 predecessor. The micro-architecture is single scalar with in-order execution. The new 64-bit architecture is supported by 138 new opcodes, 16 x 64 GPRS, and translation. The split I/D L1 cache provides greater bandwidth. It also includes 1/2 MB L1 (2X G6). The CP is a 7 stage pipeline. BTB is 4 times larger than G6 (1K x 2 vs. 2K x 4 entries), is multiported, and has significant branch performance benefit. Decimal performance improvements have been made through a 64-bit, versus a 32-bit adder along with hardware BCD Divide. Non-destructive 64-bit shifts have been designed in, to aid increased performance.

The System Controller Element (SCE) incorporates an Integrated System Coherent function, a second-level cache, and a crossbar switch. The store-thru L1/store-in L2 design allows backup protection for critical processor data. The memory bandwidth (GB/s) is 4 buses x 16B x bus frequency. The full coherent memory access time is 150ns (150 CP cycles). L2 cache size is 32 MB (compared to G6's 16 MB design) and consists of 234 million transistors incorporated in a bi-nodal design. An Elastic Interface (EI) to memory and within memory has been added for bandwidth while maintaining performance.

The z900 memory card has a capacity of 4 GB, 8 GB, or 16 GB per card and each system contains either 2 or 4 memory cards. The functional features include a two quad word, 140/128-bit ECC code bus interface to the storage controller, a data bandwidth of 70 GB/s, thirty-two sparing vectors to circumvent failed SDRAMs in the field, and a built-in self-test engine. The typical maximum power is 300 watts per card. The Store Protect Key has triple redundancy using SDRAMs (no SRAMs). Industry-standard PC133 single data rate 128 MB or 256 MB density DRAMs are in use. The Synchronous Memory Interface (SMI) uses a common design across multiple server applications, as well as dynamic phase alignment and data de-skewing. The Memory Storage Controller (MSC) utilizes copper technology for its 1.7 million transistors. The z900 has a new Self-Timed Interface (STI) design and new Coupling Link design. In summary, the z900 is new.

Functions and Features: The zSeries 900

The following model matrix describes the content of the 26 zSeries models including, by model, the number of:

  • Processor Units (PUs)
  • Central Processors (CPs)
  • Standard System Assist Processors (SAPs std.)
  • Optional SAPs (SAPs opt.)
  • Optional Internal Coupling Facilities (ICFs)
  • Optional Integrated Facility for Linux features (IFLs)
  • Spare PUs
  • Available engines for Capacity Upgrade on Demand
  • Available engines for Capacity BackUp (CBU)

Each model has a mandatory quantity of CPs, SAPs, and spare PUs assigned. The remainder PUs may be apportioned to optional functions (optional SAPs, ICFs, IFLs, CUoD, CBU).

                                                              CUoD/
                                                              CBU
                 SAPs  SAPs      ICFs      IFLs      Spare    Engine
Model  PUs  CPs  Std   Opt.      Opt.      Opt.      PUs      Avail.
 
101    12   1    2     0 -- 3    0 -- 8    0 -- 8    9 -- 1   8 -- 0
102    12   2    2     0 -- 3    0 -- 7    0 -- 7    8 -- 1   7 -- 0
 
103    12   3    2     0 -- 3    0 -- 6    0 -- 6    7 -- 1   6 -- 0
104    12   4    2     0 -- 3    0 -- 5    0 -- 5    6 -- 1   5 -- 0
 
 
105    12   5    2     0 -- 3    0 -- 4    0 -- 4    5 -- 1   4 -- 0
106    12   6    2     0 -- 3    0 -- 3    0 -- 3    4 -- 1   3 -- 0
 
107    12   7    2     0 -- 2    0 -- 2    0 -- 2    3 -- 1   2 -- 0
108    12   8    2     0 -- 1    0 -- 1    0 -- 1    2 -- 1   1 -- 0
 
109    12   9    2     0         0         0         1        0
 
1C1    20   1    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 15   0 -- 1    16 -- 1  15 -- 0
1C2    20   2    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 14   0 -- 1    15 -- 1  14 -- 0
 
1C3    20   3    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 13   0 -- 1    14 -- 1  13 -- 0
1C4    20   4    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 12   0 -- 1    13 -- 1  12 -- 0
 
1C5    20   5    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 11   0 -- 1    12 -- 1  11 -- 0
1C6    20   6    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 10   0 -- 1    11 -- 1  10 -- 0
 
1C7    20   7    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 9    0 -- 9    10 -- 1  9 -- 0
1C8    20   8    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 8    0 -- 8    9 -- 1   8 -- 0
 
1C9    20   9    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 7    0 -- 7    8 -- 1   7 -- 0
110    20   0    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 6    0 -- 6    7 -- 1   6 -- 0
 
111    20   1    3     0 -- 5    0 -- 5    0 -- 5    6 -- 1   5 -- 0
112    20   2    3     0 -- 4    0 -- 4    0 -- 4    5 -- 1   4 -- 0
 
113    20   3    3     0 -- 3    0 -- 3    0 -- 3    4 -- 1   3 -- 0
114    20   4    3     0 -- 2    0 -- 2    0 -- 2    3 -- 1   2 -- 0
 
115    20   15   3     0 -- 1    0 -- 1    0 -- 1    2 -- 1   1 -- 0
116    20   16   3     0         0         0         1        0
 
100    12   0    2     0         1 -- 9    1 -- 9    9 -- 1   0

Model 100 Coupling Facility

The industry's most powerful stand-alone coupling facility: The zSeries Coupling Facility offers the industry's most powerful coupling facility. In terms of uniprocessor and CEC overall capacity, it supports up to 9 processors (dedicated or shared), with memory of up to 32 GB. The zSeries 2064 Model 100 provides the most robust CF capability, as the CPC is wholly dedicated to running the CFCC Licensed Internal Code (all of the processors, coupling links, and memory are for CF use only). Installations using S/390 Resource Sharing or IRD do not require a stand-alone coupling facility and may choose to use a z900 server with the Internal Coupling Facility (ICF). The base Model 100 is shipped with CFCC level 9 Licensed Internal Code.

The Model 100:

  • Provides substantially more capacity than the 9672 R06, IBM's prior stand-alone coupling facility
  • Supports up to 16 Internal Cluster Bus-3 links (ICB-3) with a data rate of 1 GB/sec, or 32 ISC-3 links with a data rate of 2 Gb/sec (Peer Mode)
  • Supports up to 16 Compatibility Mode ICB links
  • Supports up to 9 ICFs that can run in a Shared or Dedicated CF partition
  • Supports Dynamic ICF expansion across ICFs
  • Is upgradeable to a z900 server
  • Supports up to 32 ISC Links
  • Supports up to a maximum of 32 total of the combined ISC, ISC-3, ICB, or ICB-3 links

Capacity Upgrade on Demand

Now a Third Generation of Success, with Increased Capability: Improving on IBM's G6 Capacity Upgrade on Demand capability, the z900s offer more flexible concurrent upgrades. Customers should consider the 1CX, or "C" models when positioning themselves for growth. If an installation projects that their present capacity would be satisfied by a z900 model smaller than 110, but envisions growth to a 110 or larger, C models allow for concurrent upgrade capability. By planning ahead with the C models, your installation can react instantaneously to increased capacity demands. CUoD now provides more flexible growth of I/O connectivity. Installations may nondisruptively install ESCON®, OSA-Express 155 ATM, Gb Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and PCI Cryptographic Coprocessors. Although Plan-Ahead is not required for the FIBB and CHA function, total cage capacity requirements should still be continuously assessed. Just buy the I/O cards you need, when you need them. No loss of function.

Installations that require the Compatibility I/O cage with FIBB and CHA cards (feature # 2022) supporting parallel channels, OSA-2 Token Ring, and FDDI will need to continue Plan-Ahead strategies.

While memory upgrades continue to be disruptive, installations should be mindful of IBM's Statement of Direction. For example:

  • Minimum memory offering of 5 GB would be upgradable to 8 GB concurrently.
  • 9 GB or more would be upgraded to 16 GB concurrently.
  • 18 GB or more would be upgraded to 32 GB concurrently.
  • 40 GB or more would be upgraded to 64 GB concurrently.

The 2064 z900 family consists of Models 101 to 109 supported by a 12 PU MCM, and Models 110 to 116 and Models 1C1 through 1C9, supported by a 20 PU MCM. Depending on available PUs, Models 101 to 108 can concurrently upgrade to the Model 109. Depending on availability of PUs, Models 110 to 115 can upgrade to the Model 116. When selecting a z900, additional consideration should be given to capacity growth projections. Customers with current performance requirements satisfied by Models 101 to 109, but which expect growth to a 10-way or larger within a short time, may wish to consider the special bid "C" models. The "C" models are built with the 20 PU MCM, and depending on available PUs, Models 1C1 to 1C9 are concurrently upgradeable to the Model 116. By planning ahead for Capacity Upgrade on Demand, your installation can react instantaneously to increases in capacity demands.

Connectivity Excellence — Continuing the Balanced System

End-to-End Data Accessibility at the Right Bandwidth: An improved I/O subsystem has been implemented that increases the throughput of the system and also significantly reduces configuration management complexity and cost. The highlights of these improvements are:

  • I/O throughput improved 3X over G5/G6:
    • G5/G6 = 8 Gbytes/sec, vs. z900 = 24 Gbytes/sec; the G5/G6 has 24 STIs at an operating rate of 333 MB/sec, compared to the z900 which has 24 STIs operating at 1 GB/sec.
  • Denser packaging that increases FICON Channel capability by 3X:
    • G5/G6 = 32 FICON Channels/system, vs. z900 = 96 FICON Channels/system

Enable industry-leading, ultra-high-speed networking with the network, or without the need for the network. Integrate traditional and Web workloads to maximize the effectiveness of your e-business deployment.

Between servers:

  • An independent asynchronous I/O architecture with industry-leading network capabilities

Within the server:

  • Cross-server communication at memory speed between similar or among different types of discrete servers. zSeries Connectivity — z900 ServerNet: The cross-system connectivity of z900 functions with or without a network. This includes OSA support and HiperSockets.

OSA-Express Features: An enhanced design with double the port density is being introduced with the I/O cage in the z900. The new dual-port features occupy a single I/O slot, and utilize one CHPID for each port, two CHPIDs per feature. No CHPIDs are blocked. The new Open Systems Adapter-Express (OSA-Express) Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and 155 ATM features deliver a balanced system solution to maximize throughput and minimize host interrupts to help satisfy your business goals. The OSA-Express features currently available on the S/390 Parallel Enterprise G5 and G6 Servers are not available on the zSeries 900.

In addition to doubling the port density, the new OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet feature has an enhanced design that includes a new higher performing 66 MHz, 64-bit PCI infrastructure which can significantly improve performance for interactive workloads (request/response, connection request/response). Results will vary, depending upon customer environment and application requirements. The OSA-Express Fast Ethernet and 155 ATM features are capable of achieving line speed with their 33 MHz, 32-bit PCI infrastructure.

The software requirement for the OSA-Express features is dependent upon operating mode. Refer to the document Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference (SA22-7476) for the details.

As of March 30, 2001, FICON channel attachment options to the z900 will include direct device attachment, as well as via bridge cards.

HiperSockets: HiperSockets function, as also noted in a z/OS Statement of Direction, provides "Network in the Box" functionality that allows high-speed any-to-any connectivity among OS images within a zSeries server without requiring any physical cabling. This "Network in the Box" concept minimizes network latency and maximizes bandwidth capabilities between z/VM, Linux, and z/OS images (or among combinations of these) to enable optimized e-business and ERP solutions within a single server. Up to 4 separate "Cluster LANs" can be configured within a server thereby allowing OS images to be grouped according to the function they provide. These groupings are independent of sysplex affiliation.

Improved performance is estimated to be up to 4 times faster than the currently available OSA-Express Gigabit LPAR to LPAR latency, depending upon the workload characteristics. The z900 does a direct move from one LPAR's memory to another's memory using QDIO, with no faster way of performing the I/O operation, from a hardware latency perspective.

New I/O Cage Design: The z900 has a new I/O cage that provides 28 I/O slots, compared to the G5/G6 style cage (with 22 slots). The new ESCON, FICON, OSA-Express, and PCICC cards will use the new cage. (OSA-2 and Parallel channel cards are accommodated in a compatibility mode I/O cage.) All I/O channels and their support cards may be hot-plugged in the new cage. (FIBB and CHA Cards to be installed in the compatibility mode cage cannot be installed hot-pluggable; Parallel, FDDI, and Token-Ring are hot-pluggable if a slot in the cage is available). Installation of an I/O cage remains a disruptive MES.

I/O Capacity: I/O cards for the new cage are redesigned to offer more channels per card and (in some cases) better performance: ESCON; 16 ports per card — 15 available for system use. One port on each card is available for a spare in the event of another port failing. The z900 provides up to 88 Parallel Channels (new build, up to 96 on upgrade or with an RPQ). ISC: The ISC card now contains 2 links allowing for up to 4 links per slot for a total of 32. OSA-Express: 2 channels per feature (Gb Ethernet, 155 ATM, Fast Ethernet) for a total of 24. Up to 12 OSA-2 FDDI and/or Token Ring (with the Compatibility mode I/O cage only). PCICC: Provides 2 crypto engines per card for a total of 16 PCI Cryptographic Coprocessors. FICON: Provides 2 channels per card for a maximum of 48 cards and a total of 96 FICON channels.

Parallel Channel Support after the z900: IBM's Parallel Channel technology was introduced in the mid-60's and served Large Scale Computing Enterprises as the sole channel architecture until 1990, when Enterprise System Connection (ESCON) Architecture was announced. At that time, substantial investments in parallel channel devices, such as printers, display controllers, and tapes, were protected by parallel to ESCON converters that enabled installations to avail themselves of the improved ESCON channel characteristics such as distance, bandwidth, and elimination of bus and tag cable bulk. IBM's FICON architecture announced in 1998 has been welcomed by the industry to provide significant bandwidth, distance, and architectural relief, when compared to either parallel channel or ESCON channel capability. Installations that have begun to exploit FICON technology may still use parallel channel attachments and connect their parallel devices via ESCON channels and parallel converters. Requirements demanded by leading-edge e-business growth initiatives are increasingly running into parallel channel architecture limitations. For example, parallel channels cannot be shared by LPAR partitions, cannot be dynamically switched, cannot always be hot plugged, and do not provide a competitive data transfer rate. I/O connectivity features have been introduced that do address the demands of e-business solutions and include ESCON, FICON, OSA-2, and OSA-Express.

The z900 will be the last family of servers to provide a hardware parallel channel card feature.

I/O — CHPIDs Assignment: The ability to assign channel paths IDs independent of the installed physical position that channel cards have within the I/O cage is a Customer Engineer-only function on the z900 Support Element that allows the active channels to be assigned CHPID numbers chosen by the customer. All 256 CHPID numbers may be assigned; no more "blocked CHPIDs."

    New Availability Mapping Tool: A Web-based tool is available through IBM's Resource Link to enable an installation to remap CHPID assignments after the server is ordered, but before it is installed. If the customer wants to remap CHPID numbers at install time, this tool must be used to create a diskette to be provided to the install team. The tool can also optionally aid an installation in choosing channels for control units that best exploit the reliability, availability, and serviceability characteristics of the system.

New Inter-System Channel (ISC-3), Integrated Cluster Bus (ICB-3), and Internal Coupling Channel (IC-3) Designs: To ensure Sysplex environments continue to scale with today's efficiency, as z900 server performance grows, the z900 coupling link design has been improved. In addition, to optimize z900 performance, either between other z900 servers or among S/390 Parallel Enterprise Servers, 2 modes of ISC operation (defined using HCD/IOCP) and 2 ICB features are now available: Peer Mode and Compatibility Mode.

  • Peer Mode supports coupling between z900 servers and provides both sender and receiver capability on the same link. Peer links provide up to 7 expanded buffer sets (compared to 2 buffers with G5/G6). With these design improvements, the new Peer Mode ISC-3 connections perform at 200 MB/sec for distances less than 10 km (compared to former ISC capability of 100 MB/sec) and the new Peer Mode ICB-3 connections perform at 1000 MB/sec (compared to former ICB capability of up to 333 MB/sec). z900 supports a combined maximum of up to 32 coupling links, comprised of up to 16 ICB-3 links and/or up to 32 ISC-3 links. When coupling within a 2064 server, the Internal Coupling channel (IC links which perform at a rate of 1250 MB/sec) can be shared among several LPARs and one ICF. In Peer mode, the Model 100 supports up to 16 ICB-3 links.
  • Compatibility Mode supports coupling between z900s and S/390 Parallel Sysplex Servers. ISC-3 links defined in Compatibility Mode perform at 100 MB/sec. ICB links which can only operate in Compatibility Mode perform at 333 Mbytes/sec. z900s support a maximum of 32 ISC-3 links. Up to 8 ICB links may be ordered on a z900 server (up to 16 ICB features may be ordered on the Model 100 Coupling Facility).

ISC-3 links allow coupling over a distance of 10 km. An RPQ is available for a 20 km distance (with a maximum performance of up to 100 MB/sec). Observe that effective data rate for the ICB and ICB-3 links is approximately 20% slower than the calculated data rates listed above.

The following table summarizes z900 Coupling Link Connectivity options between 2064 and 9672 servers as well as coupling facilities:

                    2064 z900     2064       2064 z900     2064
Supported(1)        ISC-3         z900       ICB-3         z900
Coupling Fac.       (Compat-      ISC-3      (Compat-      ICB-3
Connectivity        ibility       (Peer      ibility       (Peer
Options             Mode)         Mode)      Mode)         Mode)
 
9672/74-G3,         (Yes)         NA         NA            NA
C04: ISC #0014       Available
Compat. Mode         March 31,
                     2001
 
9672/74-G3,G4,      Yes           NA         NA            NA
C04, C05, G5,
R06: ISC Hi-
Perlink #0016
Compat. Mode
 
9672 G5,G6,R06      Yes           NA         NA            NA
ISC HiPerlink
#0216:
Compat. Mode
 
9672/74 G5,G6,      NA            NA         Yes           NA
R06: ICB #0992
Compat. Mode
 
2064 z900 100       Yes(2)        NA         NA            NA
or ICF: ISC-3
#0217
Compat. Mode
 
2064 z900 100       NA            (Yes)      NA            NA
or ICF: ISC-3                      Available
#0217;                             March 31,
Peer Mode                          2001
 
2064 z900 100       NA            NA         Yes(2)        NA
or ICF: ICB
#0992 Compat.
Mode
 
2064 z900 100       NA            NA         NA            (Yes)
or ICF:                                                     Available
ICB #0993                                                   March 31,
Peer Mode                                                   2001

1
Connectivity to the z900 is not supported for pre-G3 models of 9672.
2
This solution is only recommended prior to implementation of Peer Mode, which will be available March 31, 2001.

64-Bit Architecture (with z/OS)

64-bit architecture eliminates bottlenecks associated with lack of addressable memory by making the addressing capability nearly unlimited (up to a theoretical 18 Exabytes. This limit compares to the prior capability of 2 Gbytes in S/390 systems). As an application's server capacity requirements grow, the requirement for greater addressability increases as well. As addressability begins to be constrained, the lack of real storage increases overhead and ultimately constrains system growth. This situation exacerbates critical situations in which explosive systems growth has been a result of successful e-business implementation.

IBM's z900 64-bit architecture:

  • Enables optimal use of memory resources
  • Provides for migration flexibility
  • Uses a single level of operating system for both S/390 and z900 servers, across the entire enterprise
  • Allows nondisruptive testing and migration and provides for ease of transition for systems support staff
  • Ensures maximum transparency to the operating system and complete transparency to system applications

Transparency: No application programming interfaces are changed incompatibly. Any difference in the architectural environment is absorbed by the operating system. Even low level authorized services remain compatible. Authorized programs that deal with real storage addresses must be examined to determine if any change is required.

64-bit Addressing: Memory Constraint Relief: The z900 provides up to 64 GB memory (twice as much as the largest 9672 Parallel Enterprise Server, Model G6) and enables significant paging overhead reduction. 64-bit real addressing gives immediate constraint relief to customers with real memory bottlenecks today. This provides benefit to DB2, Domino™, TSO, and other UNIX-based applications.

Integrated Cryptography with z900 Servers

Up to 2000 SSL Transactions per Second — Raising the Industry's Cryptography Performance Bar: Balanced utilization of all hardware cryptographic engines is the key to the performance achievements of z900 servers. z/OS transparently routes requests for cryptographic services to an appropriate, available engine and, in the case of SSL transactions, cryptographic requests are load-balanced across all available engines, taking maximum advantage of z900 scalability. With 8 PCICC features installed and up to 2 CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessors active, z900 servers with z/OS can support up to 2000 SSL transactions per second. This is double the throughput attainment of S/390 G6 servers. To get an idea of the magnitude of this throughput, it takes 39 S/390 G6 engines running SSL clients to develop this rate of SSL requests over an intranet network .

Of course, performance is just part of the story. z900 cryptographic functions include the full range of cryptographic operations needed for e-business, e-commerce, and financial institution applications. In addition, custom cryptographic functions can be added to the already rich set of functions that the PCI Cryptographic features and z900's integrated cryptographic coprocessor offer.

e-business applications are increasingly reliant on cryptographic techniques to provide the confidentiality and authentication required in this demanding environment. SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) technology is a key technology for conducting secure e-commerce using Web servers, and it is in use at a rapidly increasing number of Web servers, demanding new levels of performance that only hardware cryptographic technology can provide. zSeries servers include both standard cryptographic hardware and optional cryptographic features to give you flexibility and growth capability. From inventing Data Encryption Standard (DES) in the 1970's, to delivering the only integrated cryptographic hardware in a server to achieve the US Government's highest FIPS 140-1 Level 4 rating for secure cryptographic hardware, IBM has a long history of leadership in hardware cryptographic solutions. Never more so than in today's environment have cryptographic capabilities been as important to businesses, worldwide.

z900's servers' standard cryptographic hardware, the CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor, is an enhanced "next" generation of the S/390 CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor. The z900's CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessor's design is single-chip module with faster technology and is now mounted on the processor board. The chips can be individually serviced, obviating any need to replace a larger module; in any rare service instance, potential down time has been drastically reduced. The new logic technology increases the cycle speed of the coprocessors, providing an improved performance base for z900 cryptographic hardware. All 2064 servers include up to 2 CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessors as standard.

z900 servers also support the optional PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCICC) feature to supplement the standard CMOS Cryptographic Coprocessors, with added functions and performance. Each PCICC feature includes a pair of PCI Cryptographic Coprocessors, or the equivalent of 2 S/390 G5/G6 PCICC features. z900 servers allow for 8 PCICC features to be installed, for a total of 16 PCI Cryptographic Coprocessors.

The z900's complete story includes integrated security that scales to its performance, and also matches its availability and flexibility — the essential support elements to e-business success.

z900 Support for LINUX

The S/390 Virtual Image Facility for LINUX (VIF) offers a complete server environment for multiple Linux systems on a single z900 server. VIF is an easy-to-use, high-performance supervisor that operates within a logical partition or in basic z/OS or S/390 mode and provides the capability to create a significant number of Linux images. VIF creates and manages Linux images quickly and easily, provides the ability to share resources, and provides an internal network that can be used for high-speed communication among Linux images.

The S/390 Integrated Facility for Linux, previously announced for 9672 Parallel Enterprise Servers, G5 and G6, is also available on z900. This feature provides the ability for an independent processing capacity for Linux applications. An installation may purchase additional processing capacity, exclusively for Linux workloads, with no effect on the z900 model designation. No additional IBM operating system or middleware charges will be incurred due to the additional capacity unless the software is actually running in that additional capacity. The hardware feature is isolated from general use, is dedicated for Linux use only, and cannot run other IBM operating systems.

z900's HiperSockets' capability is different from other Linux-capable platforms in its ability to integrate Linux with z/OS using high-speed sockets; this permits a "network within the server" — communication between logical partitions running z/OS and Linux for zSeries.

Leading Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) such as BMC Software, Candle, Compuware, SAGA Software, and Software AG support IBM's software charges policy for the IBM Integrated Facility for Linux.

IBM zSeries Satisfaction Guarantee

The following guarantee applies in applicable countries.

If you, the original user of an IBM zSeries machine or zSeries model upgrade, are dissatisfied with its quality or reliability, IBM will replace your equipment with the same machine model or model upgrade, when requested in writing by you within one year of its initial installation date. The replaced equipment must be transferred to IBM with clear title, free of liens and encumbrances, and in unaltered condition. This guarantee applies only in the country of purchase, does not apply to replacement equipment, and does not cover damage caused by alterations, misuse, accident, unsuitable physical of operating environment, improper maintenance, or improper installation by a third party.

IBM may change the terms of this guarantee at any time. However, any change would not be retroactive.

The z900 and IBM's Enterprise Storage Server (ESS)

The zSeries 900 complements the IBM Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) in three ways:

  • First, the number of subchannels supported by the machine has been significantly increased to 512K HSA subchannels (this is the maximum for all LPs) and 63K for basic mode and for each LP in LPAR mode. This allows customers to easily exploit ESS functions such as Parallel Access Volumes (PAV), Peer-to-peer Remote Copy (PPRC), and PPRC Dynamic Address Switching (P/DAS) for improved performance and continuous availability.
  • Second, the Control Unit I/O Priority Queueing function is well complemented by the Channel Subsystem I/O Priority Queueing now provided in the z900. I/O requests that have been queued in priority order in the software are now also sent in priority order to the control unit, where ESS also exploits the I/O priority to help ensure the I/O is executed with a priority that will meet the business requirements specified by the customer.
  • Finally, the ESS complements the z900's Dynamic Channel Path Management (DCM) function by providing critical information that allows the software to automatically configure channel paths with the maximum possible availability characteristics.

All together, an outstanding pair that delivers a winning hand to IBM customers.

Year 2000

This product is Year 2000 Ready. When used in accordance with its associated documentation, it is capable of correctly processing, providing, and/or receiving date data within and between the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, provided that all products (for example, hardware, software, and firmware) used with the product properly exchange accurate date data with it.

Euro Currency

This product is not impacted by euro currency.

Product Positioning

IBM Design Center for e-transaction Processing

The IBM Design Center for e-transaction processing was announced over a year ago, became a reality in July 1999, and opened its new dedicated facility in Poughkeepsie, New York in March 2000. The center has been very successful since it opened. So successful, in fact, that a second center opened in Montpellier, France in June 2000 and a third center is now opening in Makuhari, Japan. The Design Centers are unique cross-IBM teams and facilities created to assist leading companies design and prototype advanced e-business IT infrastructure, leveraging all of IBM's servers, software, and services. The centers help companies to integrate critical business processes and make technology choices for robust and scalable IT infrastructure that will enable success with their new e-business workload requirements.

What is e-transaction processing? e-transaction processing is the technology infrastructure that enables the transformation and integration of end-to-end business processes using Internet technologies. It inherently demands architectures that provide secure, highly available computing environments, capable of handling dramatic rises in transaction volumes and complexity.

e-transaction processing is not a product or an offering. It is an evolving e-business requirement aimed at producing tangible business returns, maximizing competitive advantage, and providing the highest levels of customer satisfaction. e-transaction processing exploits new technologies that recognize the heterogeneous nature of any e-business and provides the means of tying together existing, cross-platform components.

What is happening in the industry? Many companies are discovering that the transition from traditional business or Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) to advanced e-business or e-transaction processing is more difficult than it originally appeared. As they move beyond simple Web publishing, they're finding that individual "point" solutions don't provide the business integration or the qualities of service required for e-transaction processing. And they're learning that developing an e-transaction processing infrastructure requires a level of expertise that few companies possess.

Customers need to enable all of their IT transactions to complete securely with 24-by-7 availability from end to end in real time, without intervention. e-transaction processing holds the key, as the enabling technology that affords companies the flexibility to create systems that can handle both the increasing volume and the increasing sophistication of e-business transactions in a secure, highly available environment.

How can the Design Center help? Responding to these problems, IBM created the Design Centers for e-transaction processing to focus on working with customers to architect, design, and prototype e-business solutions able to handle the complexities inherent with e-transaction processing. The Design Centers provide a unique environment where customers will work with some of IBM's top design talent in a partnership to create these solutions. They complement other existing IBM e-business support, such as IBM Global Services offerings and Centers for IBM e-business innovation, Advanced Technical Support Centers, and the Global e-business Integration Center.

The IBM Design Center for e-transaction processing supports customers seeking to create complex e-commerce solutions that may require some invention. The center can provide direct access to IBM staff (experts in servers, software, networks, and services) to consult with customers on the design of the applications and the supporting IT infrastructure that provide the qualities of service necessary for e-transaction processing. The primary objective of the center is to help customers who are committed to the vision of advanced e-commerce realize their goal. Additional objectives are to demonstrate IBM's ability to deliver the integrated thinking, integrated solutions, e-business; to verify IBM products, solutions, and design practices and leverage those results across the IBM e-business support structure; to demonstrate e-transaction processing and the need for processing and the need for such IBM offerings as the Application Framework for e-business, new IBM server platforms, and IBM middleware; and to demonstrate IBM's commitment to e-business and e-commerce.

What is the Design Center Process? IBM representatives will nominate customers, who are then taken through a qualification process. Preference will be given to those pursuing advanced e-business implementations that are complex and leading-edge, who have an e-business strategy and need design and prototyping help to speed deployment. Some proposed projects will be re-directed to other IBM resources, some of which may be billable. The process includes a two-day e-business Solution Assessment (e-BSA) at the customer site, to gather information on opportunity, goals, scope, skills, and resources required. If the project qualifies, a three- to five-day Design Workshop at the Center is then held to review available best practices, evaluate how the strategic objectives map to the customer's schedule, and consider alternatives for practical deployment, all resulting in an agreed-upon, viable solution architecture and prototyping plan. During the prototyping phase (typically two to eight weeks) the objectives are to demonstrate the end-to-end solution and build up the customer's solution development skills to enable them as an end-to-end solution team. This will be done by hands-on experience through building the various prototype model components with IBM and connecting them into a sample solution. The prototype is a proof-of-concept of that solution.

With IBM's leading e-business support structure, including the IBM Design Centers for e-transaction processing, IBM is committed to creating open solutions for companies at all positions along the road to e-transaction processing. For more information on architecting e-transaction processing solutions and experiences at the Design Center, please visit the IBM Design Center for e-transaction processing Web site at:

Open Systems Adapter: Update

The following new OSA functions announced for the z900 servers include certain functions that are also new for G5 and G6 servers operating in conjunction with OS/390 Version 2 Release 10.

Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO): The OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and 155 ATM (Ethernet LAN Emulation) features support Queued Direct Input/Output (QDIO), a highly efficient data transfer architecture, that breaks the barriers associated with the Channel Control Word (CCW) architecture. QDIO increases data rates, by reducing CPU cycle consumption and system overhead per data transfer, and improves throughput using host system memory queues and a signaling protocol to directly exchange data between an OSA-Express microprocessor and Communications Server.

TCP/IP Addressing: With multiple IP stacks, multiple LPARs, and Virtual Internet Protocol Addressing (VIPA), the maximum number of IP addresses allowed in an OSA Address Table (OAT) can easily be exceeded. Therefore, for the OSA-Express features, the maximum number of IP addresses has been increased to 512 IP addresses per port, from the previous maximum of 16 IP addresses per port.

Each Internet Protocol (IP) device has an entry in the OAT, which manages traffic through an OSA CHPID. The entry defines the data path between a port and a logical partition and unit address. The OSA-2 Token Ring and FDDI features support 8 IP addresses per OAT entry, and a maximum of 16 IP addresses per port. The 16 IP addresses can be distributed over multiple OAT entries. The OSA-Express features, when configured for non-QDIO, support 8 IP addresses per OAT entry, and a maximum of 512 IP addresses per port, for a total of 1024 IP addresses per OSA-Express feature on the z900. The 512 IP addresses can be distributed over multiple OAT entries. The OAT entry is built dynamically when the OSA-Express features are configured for QDIO, and the maximum of 512 IP addresses per port remains, a total of 1024 IP addresses per feature. The 512 IP addresses can be distributed over multiple OAT entries.

New ARP Function: Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) is the Internet Protocol (IP) used to dynamically map IP addresses to physical hardware Media Access Control (MAC) addresses. The ARP function takes care of the translation of the IP address to the MAC address. A component of QDIO is IP Assist (IPA), which includes the ARP function. When the ARP processing was moved to the OSA-Express feature, the ARP data was not returned to Communications Server. To assist with problem determination, the capability to retrieve ARP information was offered at availability of OS/390 Version 2 Release 10. Communications Server supports the ARP IPA commands for all QDIO connections — OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and 155 ATM Ethernet LAN Emulation. This allows NETSTAT, SNMP, and an API interface to collect statistics regarding the ARP cache.

Extension to the SNMP Support: Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) is the Internet management protocol standard, and the basis for network management software offerings. A Management Information Base (MIB) extension is now being offered for OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet and Fast Ethernet QDIO connections, and for OSA-Express 155 ATM whether the connection is QDIO (Ethernet LAN Emulation only) or non-QDIO.

Now the raw SNMP information can be passed from the OSA-Express features to Communications Server, which can then build the appropriate SNMP information. This function was offered at availability of OS/390 Version  2 Release 10. Refer to OS/390 V2R10 IP User's Guide (GC31-8514) for more information.

SNA/APPN®/HPR Enhanced Connectivity: In the SNA environment, OSA-Express Fast Ethernet and 155 ATM (LAN Emulation, either Ethernet or Token Ring) previously supported 2047 Physical Units (PUs) per port — equivalent to the OSA-2 features.

For the OSA-Express features, the number of supported PUs has been increased to 4096 PUs per physical port, for a total of 8192 PUs per feature on the z900. Since an ATM feature has a number of different resource limits, here is a summary of the limits.

155 ATM LAN Emulation (LANE), Ethernet or Token Ring

  • Each ATM physical port supports up to two ELANs (Emulated LANs) — logical ports, either Ethernet or Token Ring.
  • Each ELAN supports up to 4096 PUs, with a maximum of 4096 PUs per physical port.
  • Each ELAN supports up to 4096 simultaneous connections, Switched Virtual Circuits (SVCs), with a maximum of 4096 per physical port.
  • Each ELAN will cache up to 2000 simultaneous MAC (Media Access Control) addresses.

The network setup will determine which of the above limits is reached first. Actual connectivity may vary based upon user workloads.

Open Systems Adapter Support Facility: The Open Systems Adapter Support Facility (OSA/SF) is an application for customizing and managing the OSA features. OSA/SF is used to change port parameters, to obtain status about a feature, to provide direct management to a feature or port defined to an LPAR, to gather operational information, and to assist in problem determination. OSA/SF is required to set up and customize the OSA-2 features if anything other than the default TCP/IP address is desired. OSA/SF may or may not be required for the OSA-Express features, depending upon on the media type, and how the OSA-Express feature is defined in the Hardware Configuration Definition (HCD).

Refer to the following documents for more details:

  • z/OS OSA/SF User's Guide (SC28-1855-06)
  • z/VM OSA/SF User's Guide (SC28-1992-03)
  • VSE/ESA™ OSA/SF User's Guide (SC28-1946-03)

OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet, LX and SX Features: The long wavelength feature #2364 has two independent ports and supports attachment to a 1 Gbps Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) using a long wavelength (LX) optical transceiver supporting a 9/125-micrometer single-mode fiber optic cable terminated with a SC Duplex connector, and accommodating at reduced distance a 50/125-micrometer or 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.

The short wavelength feature #2365 has two independent ports and supports attachment to a one gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet LAN using a short wavelength (SX) optical transceiver and supporting a 50/125-micrometer or 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with a SC Duplex connector.

The GbE features support full-duplex transmission only, with separate read and write paths. This has the potential to reduce or eliminate bandwidth bottlenecks for data-intensive applications.

The OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet features support Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) application traffic and support QDIO only. For SNA (Systems Network Architecture) applications, Enterprise Extender, first supported by OS/390 Version  2 Release 6, can be used to extend APPN (Advanced Peer to Peer Networking) High Performance Routing (HPR) to IP networks with a connection between an SNA end point and an SNA application. Enterprise Extender enables high end user session availability, and improved control with SNA priority queueing, while providing an end-to-end IP connection from remote sites directly into the host system.

The GbE features support a Maximum Transmission Unit (MTU) size from 1492 bytes up to 9000 bytes (jumbo frames). With jumbo frames, fewer frames are processed, and throughput is increased.

Gigabit Ethernet supports the following standards:

  • IEEE 802.3z Gigabit Ethernet Standard
  • IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Protocols
  • IEEE 802.2 LAN MAC Protocols
  • DIX Version 2 Ethernet (RFC 894)

Both DIX Version 2 Ethernet and IEEE 802.3 are supported for non-jumbo frames. OSA-Express GbE supports up to a 9000 byte jumbo frame size using DIX Version 2 Ethernet (RFC 894) in a non-IEEE 802.1Q VLAN Tagging encapsulation environment.

Refer to Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference (SA22-7476) for more detail.

OSA-Express Fast Ethernet: The OSA-Express Fast Ethernet feature #2366 has two independent ports. Each port supports attachment to a 10 Megabits per second (Mbps) Ethernet Local Area Network (LAN) or a 100 Mbps Ethernet LAN using an EIA/TIA category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable terminated with an 8-pin RJ-45 connector. The LAN can be a half-duplex shared media LAN, or a full-duplex switched LAN. Each port automatically adjusts to 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps. The duplexing mode (half or full) can default to auto-negotiation or be set explicitly. The setting of the OSA-Express Fast Ethernet feature must match the setting of the switch.

The Fast Ethernet feature supports Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and Systems Network Architecture/Advanced Peer to Peer Networking/High Performance Routing (SNA/APPN/HPR). Both TCP/IP and SNA traffic can be running concurrently on each port if configured for non-QDIO. If configured for QDIO, only TCP/IP traffic is supported. Enterprise Extender is used to carry SNA traffic over the TCP/IP network.

The HPDT MPC mode is no longer available. For IP connectivity, migrate to either the QDIO mode or the non-QDIO mode (LAN Channel Station — LCS).

Refer to Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference (SA22-7476) for more detail.

OSA-Express 155 ATM, Single-Mode and Multimode Features: There are two OSA-Express 155 Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) features supporting attachment to a 155 Mbps ATM network. The 155 ATM SM (single-mode) feature #2362 has two independent ports, and supports a 9/125-micrometer single-mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector. The 155 ATM MM (multimode) feature #2363 has two independent ports and supports a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector. The OSA-Express 155 ATM features support the following standards:

  • ATM Forum User-to-Network Interface Specifications Versions 3.0 and 3.1 with signaling protocol Q.2931 for Ethernet and Token Ring emulated LANs.
  • LAN Emulation over ATM 1.0.
  • Ethernet complies with IEEE 802.2 LAN MAC Protocols, IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Protocols, and Ethernet V.2 Protocols (not supported by SNA/APPN).
  • Token Ring complies with IEEE 802.2 LAN MAC Protocols, and IEEE 802.5 MAC Protocols.

The OSA-Express 155 ATM features support two modes of operation, ATM LAN Emulation mode (Ethernet or Token Ring) or ATM native mode. When supporting Ethernet LAN Emulation, the ATM feature can use a QDIO connection. Each mode is mutually exclusive (the feature can be configured for only one mode at a time, ATM LAN Emulation mode or ATM native mode).

  1. The ATM Forum-compliant LAN Emulation mode supports TCP/IP and SNA/APPN/HPR running simultaneously if desired. It can be Ethernet LAN Emulation — QDIO carrying IP traffic or non-QDIO carrying IP and/or SNA traffic, or it can be Token Ring LAN Emulation, non-QDIO only, carrying IP and/or SNA traffic. The LAN Emulation (LANE) service enables the reuse of the communications applications that were written to support Ethernet or Token Ring. The client workstations can retain the Ethernet or Token Ring interface, and the wiring can remain unchanged. The workstations connect to the ATM network and communicate as if they were connected to an Ethernet or Token Ring LAN. Two emulated LANs (ELANs) or LAN Emulation Clients (LECs) can be defined per physical port and each can be Ethernet or Token Ring. A maximum of 4096 Physical Units (PUs) per physical port is supported. Refer to "SNA/APPN/HPR Enhanced Connectivity" for more details on the resource limits of an ATM feature.
  2. The native ATM mode supports TCP/IP (classical IP — RFC 1577, RFC 2225) and APPN running simultaneously if desired. The OSA-Express 155 ATM features support best effort virtual circuits and reserved bandwidth virtual circuits (APPN only). Best effort and reserved bandwidth traffic can operate concurrently. Best effort circuits can use the ATM network when reserved bandwidth circuits are not being fully utilized, optimizing link capacity. When configured for non-QDIO, which can be native ATM (either classical IP — RFC 1577, RFC 2225, or APPN), Ethernet LAN Emulation, or Token Ring LAN Emulation, the Open Systems Adapter Support Facility (OSA/SF) is required to set up and customize the OSA-Express 155 ATM features. If configured for QDIO (155 ATM Ethernet LAN Emulation), OSA/SF is still required for the definition of the emulated/logical ports.

Refer to Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference (SA22-7476) for more detail.

Open Systems Adapter 2 Support: The Open Systems Adapter 2 (OSA-2) Token Ring and Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) features will continue to be supported on the z900, and are available for new builds and for upgrades. The OSA-2 Token Ring and FDDI features can be used only in the Compatibility I/O cage. The OSA-2 Token Ring and FDDI features continue to require the Open Systems Adapter Support Facility (OSA/SF) when configuring and customizing the features, and updating the supported software.

OSA-2 Token Ring: The OSA-2 Token Ring feature #5201 has two physical ports which support attachment to a 4 or 16 Mbps Token Ring LAN using a shielded twisted pair (STP) or unshielded twisted pair (UTP) interface terminated with an 8-pin RJ-45 connector.

At initialization, each port auto-senses and conforms to the speed of the Token Ring (4 or 16 Mbps) and determines whether communication is half- or full-duplex. If no carrier is sensed on the ring, the feature enters the ring at the speed of the last successful entry. The OSA-2 Token Ring feature conforms to the IEEE 802.5 (ISO/IEC 8802.5) standard.

The OSA-2 Token Ring feature supports Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and Systems Network Architecture/Advanced Peer to Peer Networking/High Performance Routing (SNA/APPN/HPR). Both can be running concurrently on each port.

Refer to Planning for the Open Systems Adapter-2 (GA22-7477) for more detail.

OSA-2 FDDI: The OSA-2 Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) feature #5202 has one physical port supporting 100 Mbps single- or dual-attachment to an FDDI LAN. The FDDI feature supports a 62.5/125-micrometer fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.

The FDDI LAN must conform to either the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) X3T9.5 specification or the International Standards Organization (ISO) 9314 specification. The OSA-2 FDDI feature conforms to the IEEE 802.2 LAN MAC protocols.

Both TCP/IP and SNA/APPN/HPR traffic are supported and can run concurrently.

Refer to Planning for the Open Systems Adapter-2 (GA22-7477) for more detail.

z900's Systems Management Excellence

Remote Control via a Web Browser: Occasional monitoring and control of supporting elements connected to a single 2064 Hardware Management Console (HMC) has been enabled by a Web server that is now integrated with current HMCs.

There are two methods of using a Web browser to remotely monitor and/or control an HMC and those systems that it is managing. The first method utilizes the Web browser to remote the mouse, keyboard, and display of the HMC. It is selected via the "Remote entire Hardware Management Console desktop" link from the HMC's home page. Only one user at a time may use this method. This method also performs best when there is a high bandwidth connection between the system running the Web browser and the HMC. The second method, selected via the "Perform Hardware Management Console Application tasks" link on the HMC's home page, can also be used to monitor and/or control defined CPCs, CPC images, and groups from a remote site via a Web browser. This method has low bandwidth requirements and allows multiple users to simultaneously control and monitor the HMC and its managed objects. This method provides a subset of task lists and tasks that are available on the HMC. For more information, refer to 2064 Hardware Management Console Operations Guide (GC38-0609).

Dual Support Elements: The z900 employs a pair of integrated Support Elements (SEs). One is primary, and the other is a mirrored copy that can assume the role of the primary. The primary SE controls and monitors the operation of the 2064. It sends status hardware messages, and operating system (console integration) messages to the HMCs for consolidation and exception processing. The SE employs a state-of-the-art, direct-manipulation, object-oriented GUI supporting exception-based real-time system status reporting, hardware messages, operating system messages, service support, and full operation of the 2064 system.

The 2064 SE has both an Ethernet connectivity function and a Token Ring connectivity function incorporated as standard (new build). This enables use of an existing Ethernet LAN to provide connectivity between the SE and an HMC. An additional Ethernet connection may optionally be ordered for the z900 (feature #0063) which precludes the SE Token-Ring capability. In addition to providing an end user with graphical interface to operate and manage the system, the SE also provides APIs. The APIs are:

  1. SNA-based management APIs
  2. SNMP-based management APIs

The SNA-based management APIs provide the ability to monitor and manage the system from an SNA-based management application, such as IBM NetView®. The SNMP-based management APIs provide the ability to get/set the SE's managed object's attributes, issue commands to be performed on a managed object from a remote application, and receive asynchronous event notifications. Each set of APIs provides a mechanism for automated remote management of the system using applications available from IBM or independent system management vendors, or applications written by the customer.

Remote Operations: The 2064 hardware systems management products support remote operations in a variety of ways over a variety of communications connections. In each case, the objective is to enable an operator, or a programmed operator, to monitor or control a remote system in essentially the same manner as if the operator were at the same site as the remote system. Remote operations include the following possibilities, some of which require the optional HMC:

  • Hardware Management Console Operation of the z900: The HMC can manage servers using SNA protocol or TCP/IP protocol flowing over either a Token Ring LAN or an Ethernet LAN. The systems connected by these LANs may be distributed over any geographic extent supported by interconnected LANs. This provides ideal support for consolidating the operation of remote data centers using existing networks. This is the suggested option for continuous remote operation.
  • Remote Web Browser Operation of the Hardware Management Console: The HMC may be remotely operated using a Web browser via two methods. The first method utilizes the Web browser to remote the mouse, keyboard, and display of the HMC. It is selected via the "Remote entire Hardware Management Console desktop" link from the HMC's home page. Only one user at a time may use this method. This method also performs best when there is a high bandwidth connection between the system running the Web browser and the HMC. The second method, selected via the "Perform Hardware Management Console Application tasks" link on the HMC's home page, can also be used to monitor and/or control defined CPCs, CPC images, and groups from a remote site via a Web browser. This method has low bandwidth requirements and allows multiple users to simultaneously control and monitor the HMC and its managed objects. Using this method, the user can:
    1. Monitor the status
    2. Monitor and handle hardware messages
    3. Monitor and handle (console integration) operating system messages
    4. Perform the following tasks: Activate, Deactivate, Load, Reset Normal, Reset Clear, PSW Restart, Customize, Delete Activation Profiles, Customize Support Element Date/Times, Change LPAR Controls, Configure Channel Path OFF/ON, and Reassign Channel Path

    To operate the HMC via a Web browser, a personal computer or other system with a Web browser is required as well as TCP/IP connectivity from the HMC to this system via either a Token Ring or an Ethernet LAN. This is intended for occasional remote operation of the systems being managed by the HMC.

  • Remote Manual Operation of a Hardware Management Console: The HMC may be remotely operated over SDLC, Ethernet, or Token Ring connections using either SNA or TCP/IP protocols by utilizing the target portion of the integrated Distributed Console Access Facility (DCAF). To use this, a personal computer is required with OS/2®, Communication Manager/2 (CM/2), or TCP/IP support, and the controller portion of the DCAF.
  • Support Element SNMP-Based Management: The Support Element provides a system management set of APIs by means of the TCP/IP SNMP protocol.
  • Hardware Management Console SNMP-Based Management: The HMC provides a system management set of APIs by means of the TCP/IP SNMP protocol.

HWMCA Programming Interfaces: In addition to providing an end user with the ability to view and manipulate managed objects, the HMC also provides APIs. The APIs are:

  1. User interface transition APIs
  2. Management APIs

The user interface transition APIs provide a local application with the ability to transfer into the HMC user interface in context. This is exploited by IBM's System Automation for OS/390 Release 2 and above. The management APIs contain the ability to get/set an HMC managed object's attributes, issue commands to be performed on a managed object from a local or remote application, and receive asynchronous event notifications. The management APIs provide a mechanism to IBM, independent system management vendors, and an enterprise, to integrate with the HWMCA.

Customization: The HMC can be tailored to the specific needs of each individual user. The variety of ways that the HMC can be customized include:

  • Security

    The ability to limit access to the OS/2 desktop and other applications residing on the HMC for individual users.

  • Managed Objects

    The ability to limit access to managed objects, such as hardware elements, operating system images, and groups for individual users.

  • Tasks

    The ability to limit access to HMC tasks for individual users.

Parallel Sysplex Update

Parallel Sysplex continues to be the foundation on which many of IBM's future solutions are to be built. The following content describes what's new for Parallel Sysplex with this 2064 announcement:

  • New Stand-Alone Coupling Facility: Model 100 with increased capacity, newer links, and upgrade capability.
  • New Coupling Links: New Integrated Cluster Bus (ICB) feature (ICB-3), Inter-System Channel (ISC-3), and Internal Coupling Channel (IC3). All support a new enhanced performance mode called "Peer Mode" and Compatibility Mode. Refer to the section of this announcement on Connectivity Excellence for the details.
  • Intelligent Resource Director includes LPAR CPU Management, Dynamic Channel Path Management, and Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing.
  • Managed System Infrastructure for setup.
  • Extended Remote Copy support for the Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex.
  • Intelligent Resource Director: Introduced on the 2064 and z/OS, IBM's exclusive Intelligent Resource Director (IRD) is made up of three functions that work together to optimize your business' productivity and dynamically manage your CPU and I/O resources in today's ever-changing "dot-com" world:
    • LPAR CPU Management
    • Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing
    • Dynamic Channel Path Management

    When fully utilized, this exclusive function combines the strengths of key S/390 and zSeries platform leadership technologies, including z/OS Workload Manager, PR/SM (logical partitioning hardware technology), z900 Channel Subsystem, and Parallel Sysplex Clustering technology. With this powerful combination, Intelligent Resource Director dynamically moves resources to the application across multiple (LPAR Cluster) images within a single server. This capability of a system to have application importance awareness across multiple images, to respond to the needs of your most critical applications, is a quantum leap forward in systems management. It enables the system to dynamically manage CPU and I/O resource and run at a higher utilization while still meeting the business goals of the most important work. This can help reduce the total cost of ownership of the solution while at the same time improve systems management. Put your business-critical application work under the management of IRD and improve your business's image and productivity as IRD moves the resources required to that application dynamically.

    The z/OS Workload Manager is extended to work with PR/SM, Channel Subsystem, and Parallel Sysplex on z900 servers to accomplish this distinctive single server solution. For optimum benefit, this solution requires WLM goal mode in order to dynamically manage computing and I/O resources across multiple logical partitions on the same z900 based on the business goals of the workload running on these partitions. The scope of this management is the "LPAR Cluster," which is the set of z/OS images in the same Parallel Sysplex running as logical partitions on the same server.

    Prior to IRD, z/OS WLM and PR/SM will manage system resources without any communication with each other. z/OS WLM in goal mode does an excellent job managing workload to user-defined goals WITHIN one logical partition. Today, WLM combined with OS/390 subsystems does a good job of managing work across multiple system images in a datasharing Parallel Sysplex environment. With session and/or transaction balancing within a datasharing sysplex, work can be directed to the servers that have the required capacity. Likewise, today PR/SM does a great job of managing system resource within an LPAR but with no knowledge of application workload goals. With IRD's introduction on the z900, IBM integrated these three technology leadership functions and then enabled them to communicate. Because these enhancements are at a system level, it doesn't require any implementation changes to your applications; in fact, it does not require datasharing of your databases.

    Learn how today's dynamic workload management works so that you can better understand the power of IRD'S integration of these technologies. Refer to Issue 3:

    Although IRD does not require Parallel Sysplex datasharing, it is fully optimized when combined with an existing Parallel Sysplex that is doing Data Sharing and workload balancing. Additionally IRD functions extremely well with Parallel Sysplex Resource Sharing, as in the following example:

    Today, many customers run multiple system images on a single server; IBM believes this trend will continue as businesses rapidly grow due to business volumes, data center consolidations and isolation, or business mergers and acquisitions. In many instances, the IT organization consolidates by adding another system image to the configuration, without change to the application workload or existing systems. However, a potential negative side-effect of this approach is that it can force the installation to duplicate many of the resources used by each physical system (or in each LPAR image), such as tape drives, consoles, and common data sets. With resource sharing, this negative side-effect can be significantly decreased or almost eliminated by sharing these resources using a coupling facility. Customers exploiting resource sharing define a WLM structure and get into goal mode, and with no more effort they can enable IRD. (Refer to "Value of Resource Sharing" whitepaper on www.ibm.com/s390/pso/ and WLM Goal Mode Migration Tool on www.ibm.com/s390/wlm/) (Refer to MSYS for setup for ease of management/configuration/implementing of the above example.)

    Another example: As servers increase in capacity, with multiple processing units per server, users are moving to more logical partitions to overcome server constraints when running a single image on a large server (for example, Domino servers).

    Through IRD technology extensions, the Parallel Sysplex will be able to dynamically change system weights, reconfigure channel paths on the fly, prioritize I/O within the I/O channel subsystem, and vary logical processors on- and off-line to ensure CPU and I/O resources are distributed based on the goals and business importance of the workloads in the LPAR Cluster. This ability enables the most critical business application of highest importance to get the CPU and I/O resources it needs.

    IRD's LPAR CPU management requires z/OS/WLM goal mode, CFCC Level 9, and a new coupling facility structure, which contain critical status information enabling cross-partition management of CPU resources. This coupling facility structure does not require failure isolation and therefore can be placed in an Internal Coupling Facility. Those customers who would prefer to use a stand-alone coupling facility may choose from either the R06 or the new Model 100. All three IRD functions are delivered as a part of z/OS and on the z900. Channel System Priority Queuing and Dynamic Channel Path Management (DCM) benefit both the Parallel Sysplex environment and customers running in basic mode, with increased benefit in a multi-image environment (Parallel Sysplex). Although IRD is not required to run as an LPAR Cluster within a larger Parallel Sysplex, the benefits of combining the two are unsurpassed. (Refer to "Intelligent Resource Director" white paper on value and configuration options. This paper will be available fourth quarter 2000.)

An LPAR Clustering document z/OS Intelligent Resource Director (SG24-5952) may be helpful. For further explanation of Resource Sharing, refer to Parallel Sysplex Resource Sharing (SG24-5666).

LPAR CPU Management: An LPAR cluster is the subset of the systems in a Parallel Sysplex that are running as logical partitions on the same server. As mentioned earlier, IRD combines PR/SM, z/OS WLM, and Parallel Sysplex to enable LPAR CPU management to make dynamic adjustment of processor resources across partitions in the same LPAR cluster. Workload Manager will then manage these sets of logical partitions to provide the processor resources needed for the work to meet its goals based on business importance.

To better understand the value of LPAR CPU management, let's look at the following example: A customer may have several different Web servers; one may process order entries, another might process order status inquiries, while a third might provide product details for online shopping. If these three Web servers were placed on separate servers, you might find that the demand on the three servers varies widely and unpredictably. Early in the holiday season you may find that the server providing product details is heavily used, and the other two are more lightly used. Later in the season, the server handling orders may be more heavily used. As the holiday approaches, people may begin checking on the status of their orders. You may find that you have sufficient CPU capacity across all your servers, but not necessarily on the specific server you need when you need it. With LPAR today, you may consolidate these on one S/390 processor, each in its own partition. As CPU demand grows, PR/SM distributes the available CPU capacity to where it is needed. With the addition of LPAR CPU Management, z/OS Workload Manager can intelligently direct PR/SM to distribute the CPU to where it is needed for the work to meet its goals based on business importance. Therefore, by moving the resources to the highest importance application at that time, it is more likely that all three servers will achieve their goals, and in the case where unexpected demand is so high that this is not possible, WLM can ensure that the work with the highest business importance gets the most resource, at the expense of lower importance work.

Channel Subsystem Priority Queueing: Priority queuing is not a new concept to enterprise operating systems. It has been available within a single OS/390 image for years. I/O priority queuing was recently introduced into the control unit with the IBM Enterprise Storage Server. Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing extends the classic strengths of I/O priority queuing by addressing other challenges that are not currently handled by existing I/O priority schemes. Prior to Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing, if multiple OS/390 images running on the same server tried to access the same I/O devices, the channel had no awareness if requests from one LPAR were all lower priority than requests from another LPAR. Now, with Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing on z900 servers, when I/O requests originate from multiple LPARs, the channel subsystem will honor the I/O priority as established by WLM. WLM ensures that all systems in an LPAR cluster use a consistent I/O Priority assignment in order to ensure that higher priority work is handled first. Channel Subsystem Priority Queueing enhances the I/O queueing function of ESS to ensure the most important I/O access to a device is handled first. Now when an I/O request needs to wait (within a single z/OS image, a CEC's channel, or the control unit), the priority to use in queuing the request is based consistently on the customer's workload goals. This provides optimal management of workloads and resources.

For example, prior to Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing, discretionary work in one partition could dominate channels shared with business-critical work in another partition. With the new function and running in goal mode, Workload Manager sets priorities that will be used to give the business-critical work higher priority access to the channels. This in turn may allow customers (that do not exploit EMIF) to prevent such problems and may lead to reduced overall channel requirements. These new capabilities will help provide optimal workload management. Channel Subsystem Priority Queuing is initially implemented for Parallel OEMI and ESCON channels.

Dynamic Channel Path Management (DCM): This portion of IRD is a combination of hardware strengths and software flexibility. Channel Paths can now be managed between the processor and the DASD logical control units in the system. Dynamic Channel Path Management enables the system to respond to ever-changing channel requirements by moving channels from lesser used DASD control units to more heavily used control units as needed. In a multi-image/single server environment with IRD and Workload Manager (OSNP/WLM) in Goal Mode, z/OS/WLM is able to direct Dynamic Channel Path Management to move channels, to help business-critical work achieve its goals by responding to peaks in demand for I/O channel bandwidth to DASD. DCM enables the system to respond to channel requirements as they occur by moving additional channels to logical control units when they are needed. z/OS Workload Manager and IOS together help to manage the I/O bandwidth. You can define managed channels that are not assigned to a specific control unit. As they are needed, these managed channels can move among control units with the help of Workload Manager. I/O Queuing reports are updated to show both the static and managed channels assigned to a logical control unit during a reported interval. DCM can help reduce the requirement for greater than 256 channels. For example, in an environment where an installation normally requires four channels to several control units, but occasionally needs as many as six, system programmers must currently define all six channels to each control unit that may require them. With Dynamic Channel Path Management, the system programmer need only define the four channels to the control units, and indicate that DCM may add an additional two. As the control unit becomes more heavily used, DCM may assign channels from a pool of managed channels, identified by the system programmer, to the control unit. If the work shifts to other control units, DCM will unassign them from lesser utilized control units and assign them to what are now the more heavily used ones. Dynamic Channel Path Management can also help system availability. In cases where the loss of a path to a managed DASD control unit causes DCM to determine that insufficient channels now exist (no longer meeting goals), DCM may add (or configure) additional paths to the control unit through an alternate path. Although DCM doesn't require it, when used with Workload Manager (WLM) in Goal Mode, WLM is able to direct Dynamic Channel Path Management to move channels to help business critical work achieve its goals. DCM initially supports IBM ESCON switch-connected DASD.

Managed System Infrastructure for Setup: z/OS starts a major ease-of-management initiative with the introduction of a new base technology element. MSYS will provide a new approach for installing and configuring z/OS and products running on z/OS, resulting in major reductions in the time it takes system programmers or administrators to deploy functions provided on z/OS and products running on z/OS. Also, because best practices and industry proven values are built in, availability can be improved with this technology. MSYS will be exploited in z/OS by Parallel Sysplex to allow setting up a Parallel Sysplex much more quickly and easily by defining and implementing the policies, parmlib specifications, and security settings necessary to configure a basic Parallel Sysplex environment. This initial delivery focuses on Resource Sharing configurations, including support for IRD "LPAR Clusters", XCF signaling, and global resource serialization Star (GRS STAR). To make the setup of MSYS itself easier, the z/OS LDAP server will provide executable scripts for an easy configuration as a z/OS Management Directory.

The infrastructure as provided in R1 of z/OS is open for further exploitation which offers the opportunity for more productivity improvements and faster deployment of z/OS technology in support of growing e-business requirements. For more detail on this exciting new deliverable, refer to the z/OS announcement.

GDPS Update: Extended Remote Copy Support for the Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex: The IBM Installation Services for Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex™ (GDPSTM) have been enhanced to include a new service based on the open IBM Extended Remote Copy (XRC) architecture. This service, GDPS/XRC, is in addition to the already available GDPS/PPRC services, based on the open Peer to Peer Remote Copy (PPRC) architecture.

GDPS/XRC is targeted for enterprises that:

  • Need to remote copy data over extended distances (greater than 40 km) between data centers. This may be required either because there is a need to recover from regional disasters versus metropolitan disasters or because the customer has data centers already available at these extended distances.
  • Do not have dark fiber available between data centers. GDPS, based on the synchronous form of remote copy, PPRC, requires dark fiber between sites. GDPS/XRC, on the other hand, can be performed with communication links and channel extender technology.
  • Need to maintain the highest levels of performance on their application host system. With XRC, the I/O operation is considered completed as soon as the data is hardened in the primary storage control unit. XRC asynchronously copies data from the primary to the secondary storage control units, thereby not impacting the performance.
  • Require a business continuance solution, instead of a continuous availability solution.
  • Can tolerate a minimal amount of data loss. The amount of data loss is typically on the order of seconds.

The GDPS/XRC service combines Parallel Sysplex, XRC, and database technologies to provide efficient workload management, system resource management, and prompt, responsive, disaster recovery for your servers or Parallel Sysplex. Using automation technology to help manage your databases, processors, network resources, and storage subsystem mirroring, critical data is mirrored and processing switched to an alternate site in the event of a planned shutdown or failure of the primary site. This service also contains a feature, Remote Copy Management Facility/Extended Remote Copy (RCMF/XRC). RCMF/XRC automation code manages the remote copy configuration and storage subsystem(s), and provides protection against loss of data due to primary site outages. Since XRC maintains data consistency between the primary and alternate storage control units, a manual restart of the systems and applications in the event of a disaster can be performed, allowing customers to meet short recovery time objectives.

GDPS/XRC will be available October 19, 2000.

z/VM — Exploiting New Technology

z/VM provides a highly flexible test and production environment for enterprises deploying the latest e-business solutions. Increasingly, enterprises need to build multi-system server solutions to meet the demands of their enterprises and IT infrastructure.

z/VM helps enterprises meet those demands with a broad range of support for such operating system environments as z/OS, OS/390, TPF, VSE/ESA, CMS, and Linux for S/390 or Linux for the zSeries 900. This ability to support multiple machine images and architectures enables z/VM to run multiple production and test versions of S/390 or 64-bit operating systems all on the same system. z/VM can simplify the migration from one release to another, can provide a test system anytime one is needed, and can consolidate several systems onto one physical machine. z/VM can also be used to enable access to the latest DASD and processor architecture for systems that lack such support.

z/VM offers an ideal platform for consolidating Linux workloads onto a single S/390 or zSeries server. Running Linux as a guest of z/VM enables you to run tens to hundreds of Linux images while benefiting from the reliability, availability, and serviceability characteristics of S/390 or z900 servers, as well as allowing you to exploit the exceptional capabilities of z/VM.

Highlights of z/VM, a follow-on product to VM/ESA® include:

  • New architecture exploitation enabling 64-bit guest operating systems
  • Real storage constraint relief by eliminating the 2 GB central storage limitation
  • Native Flash Copy support for Enterprise Storage Server (ESS) for high-speed data copy
  • Guest support enhancements for 3494 VTS and FICON-attached 3590 A60 Tape Controller
  • Connectivity enhancements for TCP/IP:
    • Improved security with the inclusion of a Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
    • Transparent data access to remote systems data with an NFS Client
    • Capability and useability improvements to FTP server for Web browsers
    • Reduced load on hosts with support for IP Multicasting
    • Improved performance of OSA Express adapter with QDIO supporting Gigabit Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, and 155 ATM (Ethernet LAN Emulation)
  • Support for the DFSMS/MVS® Program Management binder and loader functionality to enhance OS/390 and OS/NP application affinity

Statement of General Direction

  • IBM intends to provide selected concurrent memory upgrades.
  • IBM intends to provide an OSA-Express 16/100 Token Ring feature for SNA/APPN/HPR and TCP/IP environments with the zSeries servers.

These statements represent IBM's current intentions. IBM development plans are subject to change or withdrawal without further notice.

Trademarks

 
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Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

Hardware Requirements

For the appropriate peripheral hardware and device attachments, contact your IBM representative.

IBM devices previously attached to IBM S/370™ or S/390® systems are supported for attachment to 2064 Server channels, unless noted. The subject I/O devices must meet OEMI or ESCON® architecture requirements to be supported. Prerequisite Engineering Change Levels may be required. For further detail, contact IBM service personnel.

Note: IBM cannot confirm the accuracy of performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions regarding the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.

New Hardware Functions and Capabilities with the zSeries 900

In addition to the traditional functions of S/390 servers, the z900 provides:

  1. Larger Logic Modules (MCMs)

    The z900 offers two MCMs: a 20 PU version (with a maximum of 16 Central Processors) and a 12 PU version (maximum of 9 CPs). The added capacity is improved availability for nondisruptive growth or, in the case of processor failure, for transparent sparing.

  2. Enhanced Dynamic Memory Sparing

    The z900 has enhanced this robust recovery design with 16 times more chips available for sparing. This design change virtually eliminates the need to replace a memory card due to DRAM failure.

  3. Enhanced Storage Protect Keys

    The z900 has enhanced the memory storage protect key design by adding a third key array to each memory card. The arrays are parity checked and employ a Triple Voting strategy to ensure accuracy. This change reduces the need for memory card replacement due to key array failure.

  4. ESCON Port Sparing

    The new ESCON 16-port I/O card is delivered with one unused port dedicated for sparing in the event of a port failure on that card. Other unused ports are available for nondisruptive growth of ESCON channels.

  5. Concurrent Maintenance / Upgrade for Coupling

    The z900 introduces concurrent maintenance for the ISC-3 adapter card. Also, Coupling Links may now be added concurrently when the new receiver or peer-mode coupling links have been predefined in the OPCDs, prior to an IML. This eliminates the need for scheduled downtime in the demanding sysplex environment.

  6. Crypto Coprocessors

    The Cryptographic Coprocessors are now designed as single-chip modules mounted on the Processor Board and individually serviceable, which therefore eliminates the need to change the MCM (where they previously resided) in the event of a crypto chip failure, reducing downtime.

  7. Concurrent Service for I/O Cards

    All cards that plug into the newest I/O cage are able to be added and replaced concurrent with system operation to eliminate any need for scheduled outages to service or upgrade the I/O subsystem in this cage.

  8. Redundant Cage Controllers

    The new Power and Service Control Network features redundant Cage Controllers for Logic and Power control to enable nondisruptive service to the controllers. This change further reduces scheduled outages.

  9. Auto-Switchover for Service Element

    The z900 has two Support Elements. In the event of failure on the Primary SE, the switchover to the backup is handled automatically (no need for any intervention by either the customer or Service Representative).

Standard Hardware Functions and Capabilities

  • Capacity Upgrade on Demand
  • Cryptographic Coprocessor Feature
  • Multiple 2 GB Central Store LPARs supported
  • IEEE Floating Point Arithmetic support
  • CP, SAP, and ICF Sparing
  • Partial Memory and I/O Restart
  • Dynamic Memory Sparing
  • Enhanced Error Correction Code (ECC) on memory arrays
  • Application Preservation
  • Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC)
  • Internal Coupling (IC) Channels
  • Concurrent patch capability for channel functions, Hardware Management Console, Support Element, power control, CP, SAP, PR/SM™ LPAR, and CFCC
  • Hardware-Assisted Data Compression
  • Logical String Assist
  • TCP/IP Check Sum Assist
  • Asynchronous Pageout Facility
  • CICS® Subsystem Storage Protection (improves availability by eliminating outages caused by application code overlays to CICS system code)
  • Subspace Group Facility
  • Support for the parallel byte and block multiplexor channel interface, through ESCON channel attached IBM 9034 Model 1 ESCON Converter and parallel channel cards connecting to existing bus-and-tag cables
  • External Time Reference (ETR) (new for z900)
  • ESCON Channel to Channel (CTC) support, including basic mode
  • Hot plugging of channels, Open System Adapters, and coupling links to minimize unplanned outages
  • All ESCON, FICON™, OSA, and parallel channel options are available:
    • ESCON 17 MB/sec channels
    • OSA-2
    • OSA-Express
    • FICON 100 MB/sec channels
  • Concurrent channel maintenance
  • MOVEPAGE Facility (MVPG/1) and Enhanced MOVEPAGE (MVPG/2)
  • Scalar Enhancements (Square Root only)
  • Concurrent power and thermal maintenance
  • N+1 power supply and cooling technology
  • Independent dual power feed capability
  • Dynamic I/O Reconfiguration Management (DRM)
  • DB2® Sort Assist
  • PR/SM:
    • PR/SM LPAR is a standard function. Up to 15 partitions are supported.
    • Support for greater than 2 GB central storage.
    • LPAR mode logical central processor (CP) vary on/off.
    • Enhanced partition weight management.
    • Enhanced Multiple Image Facility (EMIF) for sharing of ESCON channels, coupling facility sender channels, and Open Systems Adapters across PR/SM partitions.
    • Automatic Reconfiguration Facility (ARF).
    • Enhanced Dynamic Storage Reconfiguration (EDSR).
    • CPU Resource Capping.
    • LPAR time management reporting.
    • Alternate wait management (an OS/390® function).
    • Capacity Backup Upgrades.

Reliability: The standard features that provide a high level of reliability include:

  • High-reliability technology components
  • Parts integration to reduce the number of parts in the machine

Availability: The standard features that provide a high level of availability include:

  • Enhanced Processor Design

    All 2064 Servers are provided with an enhanced processor design. Each Central Processor (CP) contains dual Instruction/Execution Units, which operate simultaneously. Results are compared, and in the event of a miscompare, Instruction Retry is invoked. This design simplifies checking, and virtually eliminates CP failures due to soft errors.

  • Alternate Support Element
  • Second System Assist Processor now standard

    All 2064 models are provided with two SAPs for I/O processing; this addition enables CUoD across the model line.

  • Capacity Upgrade on Demand

    CUoD provides the capability to add CPs, ICFs, and IFLs nondisruptively, eliminating the need for a scheduled outage. Installations that take advantage of the CBU option may invoke the additional capacity nondisruptively.

  • Fault Tolerant Design

    Fault tolerant design allows hardware recovery to be performed, in most cases, totally transparent to customer operation and eliminates the need for a repair action, or defers a repair action to a convenient time scheduled by the customer.

  • Processor Unit Sparing

    Spare PUs are provided, whenever the configuration allows, to maintain performance levels should an active central processor (CP), an Integrated Coupling Facility (ICF) feature or System Assist Processor (SAP), or a S/390 Integrated Facility for LINUX® (IFL) fail on a 2064 Server model. The general philosophy is to provide a spare PU whenever possible; that is, when the number of CPs, ICFs, and SAPs is less than the total number of PUs available.

    • Transparent CP/SAP/ICF/IFL Sparing. CP/SAP/ICF/IFL Sparing is transparent in all modes of operation and requires no operator intervention to invoke a spare PU.

      As a further enhancement, in most cases, the application that was running on the failed CP will be preserved and will continue processing on a new CP with no customer intervention required. Refer to the Enhanced Application Preservation section below.

    • Dynamic SAP Sparing/Reassignment

      Dynamic recovery is provided for failure of the System Assist Processor (SAP). In the event of a SAP failure, if a spare PU is available, in most cases the spare PU will be dynamically activated as a new SAP. If there is no spare PU available, and the CPC has more than one CP, an active CP will be reassigned as a SAP. In either case, there is no customer intervention required. This capability eliminates an unplanned outage and permits a service action, if necessary, to be deferred to a more convenient time.

  • Enhanced Application Preservation

    Application Preservation captures the machine state in the event of a CP failure and will, in most cases, switch processing to a spare PU or another active CP without customer intervention. This capability helps eliminate unplanned outages, eliminates customer intervention in the recovery process, and preserves the customer's application processing environment.

  • Cryptographic Coprocessor Enhancements

    There are two Cryptographic Coprocessor Elements available on the z900 models. Recovery of a Cryptographic Coprocessor element is done by the operating system; for example, the operating system reschedules and dispatches the failed instruction on the other Cryptographic Coprocessor element, on the applicable models.

    Another feature available on the 2064 is a second path from each Cryptographic Coprocessor element to a spare PU, on applicable models. Normally, each crypto element is configured to a primary CP. Should a primary CP fail, the alternate PU would transparently replace (spare) the failed primary CP, maintaining the crypto element's operation. However, an alternate PU is available only if that PU is not configured into the system as another CP, ICF, IFL, or SAP. The two PUs associated with the alternate path from each crypto element are the last to be assigned as CPs, SAPs, ICFs, or IFLs. It should be noted that if a primary CP is not available at IML, the cryptographic element will be configured with its associated alternate PU.

  • Dynamic ICF Expansion

    Dynamic ICF Expansion is a function that allows a Coupling Facility (CF) logical partition with dedicated ICF processors to acquire additional processing power from the LPAR pool of shared general purpose CPs or shared ICFs being used to execute production and/or test work on the system. This function is very useful when the CF logical partition in a 2064 general purpose model backs up another Coupling Facility. In this event, the CF logical partition, using Dynamic ICF Expansion, can acquire additional processing capacity to handle the full Coupling Facility workload. Also, Dynamic ICF Expansion can be used to handle a peak workload situation when the CF logical partition is being used as the primary coupling facility. This feature adds considerable flexibility to the configurability of the CF logical partition in 2064 general purpose models and optimizes the use of the processing power in the system.

    The Dynamic ICF Expansion feature is available to every CF logical partition with dedicated ICF processors. Each ICF coupling facility partition has its own ability to specify the number of ICF features that are dedicated to that partition and the amount of additional capability it can acquire. The tradeoff between using ICF features and the CPs in the LPAR shared pool is the exemption from software license fees.

    Dynamic ICF Expansion is available on all 2064 models.

  • Dynamic Coupling Facility Dispatching

    The Dynamic Coupling Facility (CF) Dispatching function helps enable continuous computing in the event of a coupling facility failure without requiring a stand-alone backup coupling facility. Enhanced dispatching algorithms enable you to define a backup coupling facility in a logical partition (LPAR) on your system. While this logical partition is in backup mode, although it is sharing resources with other LPARs running other active workload, it uses very little processor resource. When the backup CF becomes active, only the resource necessary to provide coupling is allocated.

  • Error Correction Code (ECC)

    Memory error checking and correction code detects and corrects single bit errors. Also, because of the memory structure design, errors due to a single memory chip failure are corrected.

  • Dynamic Memory Sparing

    Memory cards are equipped with spare memory chips. During normal operations, the system monitors and records accumulation of failing bits in memory chips that are corrected by ECC. Before a failure threshold is reached, which could result in an error that cannot be corrected, the system invokes a spare memory chip in place of the one with the accumulated failing bits. This action may prevent an unscheduled outage for replacement of the memory card.

  • LPAR Dynamic Storage Reconfiguration (DSR)

    PR/SM LPAR storage reconfigurations can occur, allowing nondisruptive addition or removal to any partition with a cooperating guest.

  • Enhanced LPAR Dynamic Storage Reconfiguration

    This capability removes the restriction of storage reconfigurations only being possible from an adjacent and above logical partition.

  • Single Storage Pool

    The single storage pool function is provided on 2064 general purpose models. With this function, all physical storage is dynamically designated by LPAR as either central storage or expanded storage as requirements of active logical partitions dictate.

    As a result, the need to predesignate storage as either central storage or expanded storage prior to IML into LPAR mode on the Storage Page of the RESET Profile panel is no longer necessary and is no longer provided. The system programmer now has greater flexibility when planning the division of storage in order to satisfy anticipated logical partition definitions.

    Without this function, a non-optimum designation of storage might be made in order to accommodate a range of logical partition definitions that typically vary from time to time. Single storage pool streamlines the planning effort for any configuration as the need arises. This function aids in the migration from 31-bit OS/390 where logical partitions are, at most, 2 GB of central storage plus optional expanded storage, to 64 bit z/OS, where logical partitions use only central storage and no expanded storage.

  • Subsystem Storage Protect

    Subsystem storage protection and subspace group facility support, for use with CICS/ESA®, prevents application software from overwriting CICS system software, control blocks, and address spaces.

  • Scrubbing

    Storage background scrubbing provides continuous monitoring of storage for the correction of detected faults before the storage is used.

  • Partial Memory Restart

    In the event of a memory card failure, the system can be restarted with half of the original memory. Processing can be resumed until a replacement memory card is installed.

  • Dynamic I/O Configuration (Availability for Peer Mode Links Planned for Mid-2001)

    Dynamic I/O configuration enhances system availability by supporting the dynamic addition, removal, or modification of channel paths, control units, I/O devices, and I/O configuration definitions to both hardware and software without requiring a planned outage.

  • Concurrent Channel Upgrade within the I/O Cage

    It is possible to concurrently add ESCON, FICON Parallel, OSA-Express, and OSA channels and Coupling Facility Links, provided an STI is available and that there are unused channel positions and channel adapter cards (for channels) or Coupling Links available. This capability may help eliminate an outage to upgrade the channel configuration. Within the compatibility I/O cage, parallel, FDDI, and token-ring may also be hot plugged, provided that sufficient I/O slots are available and the appropriate Plan-Ahead for FIBBs and CHAs has been performed.

  • Partial I/O Restart

    In the event of a failure of a Memory Bus Adapter (MBA), in most cases, the system will continue to run with only the I/O connections associated with the failed MBA deconfigured. In a system configured for maximum availability, alternate paths will maintain access to critical I/O. This capability enables the system to run, partially degraded, until the part is replaced, restoring full capacity.

  • Concurrent Channel Maintenance

    Concurrent channel maintenance allows replacement of a channel card without having to take the system or the channel group down. All CHPIDs on the affected card must be configured offline.

  • Dual Power Feeds

    The power system offers dual primary (AC) power feeds. Each feed is electrically isolated and enables redundant power paths to each server. Customers may elect to provide a dual electrical service to the server, further minimizing any outage due to a single-path power interruption.

  • Redundant Power Thermal Subsystem

    The AC and DC power subsystems are designed with N+1 redundancy. Failure of a power thermal component does not cause a system outage.

  • Storage Recovery

    2064 servers have error checking and correction of L2 and L3 storage. The servers also have line delete for L1 and L2 Caches and Directories and line relocate for the Caches and L2 Directory. 2064 servers perform ECC, background scrubbing, and dynamic sparing of L3, L4 memory, as well as ECC on the system memory buses.

  • External Time Reference (ETR)

    The Sysplex Timer® Model 2 (9037-2) has been a key element in the Parallel Sysplex® environment since its introduction. It ensures that multiple z/OS and OS/390 systems can appear as a single system image, synchronizing the Time-of-Day (TOD) clocks of all of the attached systems, ensuring a consistent time stamp. When multiple systems update the same database, all updates are time-stamped in sequence.

    The ETR function is now standard on z900. There are two ETR cards located in the CEC cage, each with a fiber optic connection to provide the capability to attach to the Sysplex Timers. Previously, the ETR feature was optional.

    The z900 ETR connections have an optical transceiver that supports the same industry standard, small form factor MTRJ connector that is used with the 16-port ESCON feature. The cables continue to be 62.5/125-micrometer fiber optic cables.

    The Syplex Timer continues to have an optical transceiver that supports an ESCON Duplex connector. Therefore, to connect the Sysplex Timer to ETR on a z900, the 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit, feature #2325, is required.

    The optical transceiver of the ETR cards on the S/390 G5/G6 Servers supports the ESCON Duplex connector.

  • Concurrent Hardware Maintenance

    Concurrent maintenance enables the replacement of failed units concurrently with system operation. This enhances the processor availability by eliminating the need for a system outage to effect the repair. Concurrent maintenance capability exists for the following elements:

    • Power/Thermal
    • ESCON channels
    • FICON channels
    • Parallel channels
    • Coupling links
    • Integrated cluster bus (STI) cable
    • OSA-2 and OSA-Express
    • Hardware Management Console
    • Support Elements
    • Concurrent Licensed Internal Code Patch Enhancements

    Concurrent Code Patch allows the activation of a patch concurrent with system operation, thereby increasing the availability of the processor by reducing scheduled outages for LIC maintenance. This capability exists for code for the following elements:

    • CP
    • SAP
    • LPAR
    • Coupling Facility Control Code
    • Power/Thermal
    • ESCON channels
    • FICON channels
    • Parallel channels
    • Coupling links
    • Integrated cluster bus channels
    • Internal coupling channels
    • OSA-2 and OSA-Express
    • Hardware Management Console
    • Support Elements

Note: Not all patches are nondisruptive. Some patches still require a Power On Reset to be activated.

The optional features that provide a high level of availability include:

  • Internal Battery Feature (IBF)

    The IBF provides backup input power. The feature is packaged inside the machine. It can be used with a UPS to provide additional protection.

    Note: 9910 Local Uninterruptible Power Supply is not supported in 2064 configurations.

    The Local Uninterruptible Power Supply, machine type 9910, is not orderable nor installable on 2064 upgrades or new builds. The order configurator will ask if a 9910 was installed for any MES orders.

  • Redundant Coupling Links

    Redundant Coupling Links and ICBs can be configured between a processor and the Coupling Facility. This potentially removes a single point of failure for the processor's data sharing capability in the Parallel Sysplex environment.

Serviceability: The standard features that provide a high level of serviceability include:

  • Automatic error detection and fault isolation concurrent with system operation
  • Automatic remote support capability
  • High degree of concurrent maintenance capability in hardware and code
  • Multiple Channel Swap — an enhancement for channel problem determination allowing up to four channels to be swapped
  • Status Panel showing status of N+1 power system
  • Enhanced diagnostics for coupling links

Hardware Management Console (HMC) and Support Element (SE): Refer to this document's Product Positioning section.

Software Requirements

zSeries 900 models will be supported by the following operating systems in Basic mode and in LPAR mode:

  • z/OS
  • OS/390 Version 2 Release 6 or higher

    Note: Use IBM Service Link or contact your IBM representative to obtain a current copy of the Preventive Service Planning (PSP) Bucket (UPGRADE: 2064 DEVICE, SUBSET: OS/390). This contains specific OS/ESA software planning information; for example, Authorized Program Analysis Reports (APARs) and Program Temporary Fixes (PTFs) required.

  • VM

    The following VM releases are supported in Basic and LPAR mode:

    • z/VM
    • VM/ESA® Version 2 Release 4
    • VM/ESA Version 2 Release 3

    The zSeries 900 models do not support S/370 mode operations.

  • VSE

    The following VSE/ESA™ versions are supported in Basic and LPAR mode:

    • VSE/ESA Version 2 Release 3 and higher
  • Transaction Processing Facility (TPF)
    • TPF Version 4 Release 1

Software Requirements for the Open Systems Adapters

The minimum software requirements on the z900 for the Open Systems Adapter-Express (OSA-Express) features and the Open Systems Adapter-2 (OSA-2) features are identified herein.

Note: The Queued Direct Input/Out (QDIO) mode described herein is for IP traffic only. The non-QDIO (LAN Channel Station — LCS) mode described herein is for SNA/APPN®/HPR traffic and/or IP traffic.

Gigabit Ethernet supports IP traffic only, and therefore supports only the QDIO mode. Fast Ethernet supports both the non-QDIO and the QDIO modes. The 155 ATM features support the non-QDIO mode. If a 155 ATM feature is configured for Ethernet LAN Emulation, the QDIO mode is supported.

The QDIO mode and the non-QDIO mode are mutually exclusive. The feature can be configured for only one mode, non-QDIO or QDIO.

For OSA-Express Gigabit Ethernet; QDIO mode only:

  • OS/390 Version 2 Release 7 and Communications Server (an element of OS/390) with PTFs
  • z/VM with TCP/IP feature 330
    • For IP Multicast support
  • VM/ESA Version 2 Release 4 with TCP/IP feature

For OSA-Express Fast Ethernet and OSA-Express 155 ATM one or more of the following is required.

For the QDIO mode, carrying IP traffic only:

  • OS/390 Version 2 Release 8 and Communications Server (an element of OS/390) with PTFs
  • z/VM with TCP/IP feature 330
    • For IP Multicast support
  • VM/ESA Version 2 Release 4 with TCP/IP feature

For the non-QDIO mode, carrying SNA traffic and/or IP traffic:

  • OS/390 Version 2 Release 6 and Communications Server (an element of OS/390)
  • VM/ESA Version 2 Release 4 with TCP/IP feature
    • For Native ATM (classical IP — RFC 1577, RFC 2225)
  • VM/ESA Version 2 Release 3.0 with APAR VM62184
    • ACF/VTAM® for VM/ESA Version 4 Release 2.0
    • TCP/IP feature in VM/ESA Version 2 Release 3

The Open Systems Adapter Support Facility Version 2 Release 1 (OSA/SF) is required for some of the OSA-Express features under the following circumstances.

  • For setup and customization of OSA-Express Fast Ethernet if not using the default OSA Address Table (OAT), or if running in non-QDIO mode (LAN Channel Station — LCS).
  • For setup and customization of the OSA-Express 155 ATM features if running in non-QDIO mode or if using the QDIO mode with 155 ATM Ethernet LAN Emulation. OSA/SF is used for the definition of the emulated/logical ports.

OSA/SF V2 R1 is:

  • A separate program product (5655-B57) for OS/390 R6 and R7
  • Integrated in OS/390 Version 2 Release 8 and above
  • Available as an APAR for VM/ESA Version 2 Release 2 and above

Refer to the Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference (SA22-7476) for more detail.

For OSA-2 Token Ring and OSA-2 FDDI one or more of the following is required:

  • OS/390 Version 2 Release 6 (5647-A01) with Communications Server
  • VM/ESA Version 2 Release 3.0 (5654-030)
    • ACF/VTAM® for VM/ESA Version 4 Release 2 (5654-010)
    • TCP/IP feature in VM/ESA Version 2 Release 3
  • VSE/ESA Version 2 Release 3 (5690-VSE)
    • ACF/VTAM for VSE/ESA Version 4 Release 2 (5686-065)
    • TCP/IP for VSE Version 1 Release 3 (5686-A04)

The Open Systems Adapter Support Facility (OSA/SF) is required for setup and customization of the OSA-2 features if not using the default OSA Address Table (OAT).

OSA/SF is available for z/OS, OS/390, z/VM, VM/ESA, and VSE/ESA environments as identified below.

  • OSA/SF V2R1 is a separate program product (5655-B57) for OS/390 Version 2 Release 6 and Release 7.
  • OSA/SF V2R1 is integrated in OS/390 Version 2 Release 8 and above.
  • OSA/SF V2R1 is available as an APAR for VM/ESA Version 2 Release 2.
  • OSA/SF V1R2 is an optionally installed facility supplied with VM/ESA V2R2.0 and above.
  • OSA/SF for VSE is available as a component of VSE Central Functions 6.1.1 in VSE/ESA V2R3 and above. OSA/SF is shipped on the extended base tape.

Refer to Planning for the Open Systems Adapter-2 (GA22-7477) for more detail.

IBM Resource Link

IBM's e-business strategy is evolving in sophistication from simple delivery of e-business applications to more advanced applications.

Customer and Business Partner support, in the form of IBM Resource Link, is the Web site for product planning, administering, training, and communicating with customers and Business Partners for zSeries 900 servers.

Initially available on September 30, 1999, Resource Link provides post-sale information and support using the Internet. The primary areas include planning, education, library, group discussion, and technical support for Enterprise Servers.

Resource Link continues to extend this functionality to IBM zSeries 900 servers. Resource Link function includes:

  • Personalization of site content allows customers and Business Partners to organize site content by specifying their interests in the area called "personal folders." Information is "pushed" to them by e-mail, notifying them of updates and changes.
  • Interactive planning provides a streamlined plan for the installation of a system with interactive online planning information, tailored by users for their systems.
  • Forums to share ideas and concepts between development and customers, such as the product introduction programs for zSeries 900 hardware and the early ship programs for OS/390 software products.
  • Web-based multimedia education to keep up with rapidly changing technology.
  • Access to cross-server technical support, part of the technical support function within the Resource Link site. Allows customers and Business Partners to quickly locate Web-based and non-Web-based technical support information and services for all IBM server products and provides the ability to obtain assistance from IBM if their needs require more than the Web site offers.

Check out Resource Link by accessing:

Publications

IBM's Customer Care Advantage includes publications that support the zSeries.

Technical Support Portal is world-class, Web-based technical support. Navigate and access related Web sites to find technical support libraries, user-to-user collaboration, installation planning, and local support teams.

For more information refer to:

Publications for zSeries 900

Using the instructions on the Resource Link panels, obtain a user ID and password. Resource Link has been designed for easy access and navigation.

z900 publications that are available October 3, 2000, in the Library section of Resource Link:

  1. System Overview: SA22-1027

z900 publications that will be available by z900 general availability in the Library section of Resource Link:

  1. Planning for the Open Systems Adapter: GA22-7477
  2. Open Systems Adapter-Express Customer's Guide and Reference: SA22-7476
  3. PR/SM Planning Guide: SB10-7033
  4. Getting Started: SC28-6800
  5. Stand-Alone IOCP User's Guide: SB10-7032
  6. IOCP User's Guide: SB10-7029
  7. ESCON CTC Reference: SB10-7034
  8. HMC Guide: SC28-6805
  9. Operation Guide: SC28-6802
  10. PA Guide: SC28-6803
  11. Managing Your Processors: GC38-0452
  12. API Guide: SB10-7030
  13. Maintenance Information for Desktop Consoles: G229-9022
  14. Maintenance Information for ThinkPad® Consoles: G229-9024
  15. Parts Catalog: G123-7472
  16. Maintenance Information for Fiber Optic Links: SY27-2597
  17. Link Fault Isolation: G229-9021
  18. Planning for Fiber Optic Links: GA23-0367
  19. Fiber Optic Cleaning Procedures: SY27-2604

Publications available at general availability of z900 in the Library section of Resource Link and as part of publications ship group:

  1. Installation Manual: G229-9020
  2. Service Guide: G229-9027
  3. Safety Inspection: G229-9025

Additional Educational Information

In first quarter 2001, IBM Learning Services will provide a new offering to assist customers in obtaining and improving Parallel Sysplex skills among their operators and system programmers. The offering will provide the following:

  • Full volume dumps of an environment consisting of a 3-way Parallel Sysplex. The products included in the first release of the offering are:
    • OS/390 Version 2 Releases 9 and 10
    • CICS Transaction Server Version 1.3
    • DB2 for OS/390 Version 6.1
    • IMS/ESA® Version 6.1
  • A set of workloads to create activity on all the supported CF structures.
  • An exercise guide that covers activities such as:
    • Starting and stopping use of the structures
    • Changing the size of the structure
    • Moving the structure
    • Recovering from CF failures, connectivity failures, and system failures
  • An installation guide that will help the installation install the environment and have it up and running in minimal time.
  • On-site education from IBM Learning Services to ensure the environment is installed correctly, and to go through a representative sample of the exercises.

As application availability requirements become increasingly stringent, the skill level of those responsible for managing the system must keep pace with those requirements. This offering, together with other IBM offerings such as the Parallel Sysplex Certification for Operators and System Programmers, will help your staff obtain and, more importantly, maintain those skills. In addition, the offering can be used to get experience with Parallel Sysplex exploiters that you may not have implemented yet. It is intended that the offering will be updated as new releases of the operating system and the subsystems become available.

For more information on this offering, please contact your IBM Learning Services representative or visit the IBM Learning Services Web site at:

Descriptions of these self-study and classroom courses are contained in the IBM Education catalogs. Call IBM Education and Training at 800-IBM-TEACH (426-8322) for education catalogs, schedules, and enrollments.

Technical Information

Specified Operating Environment

Physical Specifications

2064 Servers: The mechanical package for the zSeries servers conforms to EIA guidelines for frames. Packaging for new build systems may be up to three frames, depending on the configuration of the system. Packaging for model upgrades is also up to three frames. Note that a height reduction and a width reduction for transport are available.

Environmental Specifications — Server Models

                                New Build            New Build
                                Minimum              Maximum
                                Frame System         Frame System
 
Power Requirements
50/60 Hz, kVA                   5.3                  13.7
 
Heat Output kBtu/hr             18.2                 46.8
 
Air Flow CFM                    1000                 1800
Air Flow m*3/min                27.9                 49.6
 
Floor Space
 Sq meters                      1.32                 2.81
 Sq feet                        14.2                 30.3
Including service
 clearance
  Sq meters                     3.04                 6.18
  Sq feet                       27.4                 51.9
 
Approximate weight
 kg                             917                  1866
 lb                             2021                 4113
 
Height:
 Frame with covers (not packed or crated): 200.6 cm
  (79.8 in)
 Frame with covers - Packaged (not crated): 204.2 cm
  (80.4 in)
 Frame with covers - Crated: 229.4 cm (90.3 in)
 
Height (with shipping reduction feature):
 Frame with covers (not packed or crated): 177.8 cm
  (70.0 in)
 Frame with covers - Packaged (not crated): 179.1 cm
  (70.5 in)
  Frame with covers - Crated: 202.7 cm (79.8 in)

See your IBM representative for the available width and height reduction transport option.

2064 Model 100 Coupling Facility

The mechanical package for the Model 100 Coupling Facility is designed in conformance with EIA guidelines for frames. The Model 100 is packaged in up to three frames, depending upon new build, MES, or RPQ.

                                New Build            New Build
                                Minimum              Maximum
 
Power Requirements
50/60 Hz, kVA                   4.0                  5.0
 
Heat Output kBtu/hr             13.7                 17.1
 
Air Flow CFM                    500                  654
Air Flow m*3/min                14.0                 18.3
 
Floor Space
 Sq meters                      1.32                 1.56
 Sq feet                        14.2                 16.8
Including service
 clearance
  Sq meters                     3.04                 3.28
  Sq feet                       32.7                 35.3
 
Approximate weight
 kg                             644                  1189
 lb                             1450                 2621
 
Height:
 Frame with covers (not packed or crated): 177.8 cm
  (70.0 in)
 Frame with covers - Packaged (not crated): 179.1 cm
  (70.5 in)
 Frame with covers - Crated: 202.7 cm (79.8 in)

See your IBM representative for the available height and width reduction transport option.

Operating Environment: Refer to the zSeries Installation Manual — Physical Planning (IMPP) that is available via IBM's Resource Link.

Planning Information

Customer Responsibilities

Fiber Quick Connect Delivers: Fiber Quick Connect (FQC) is an option in the configuration tool when ordering a new build z900 or an upgrade to z900 from zSeries 900.

The FQC features are for factory installation of IBM Fiber Transport Services (FTS) fiber harnesses for connection to ESCON channels in the new I/O cages of z900 and to ESCON channels in the Compatibility I/O cages of z900. FTS fiber harnesses enable connection to FTS direct-attach fiber trunk cables from IBM Global Services.

FQC, coupled with FTS from IBM Global Services, delivers a solution to reduce the amount of time required for on-site installation and setup of cabling, to minimize disruptions, and to isolate the activity from the active system as much as possible. FQC facilitates adds, moves, and changes of ESCON multimode fiber optic cables in the data center and can reduce fiber installation time by up to 80%.

IBM Global Services provides the direct-attach trunk cables, patch panels, and Central Patching Location (CPL) hardware, as well as the planning and installation required to complete the total structured connectivity solution. Four trunks, each with 72 fiber pairs, can displace up to 256 fiber optic cables, the maximum quantity of ESCON channels in one new I/O cage on z900. This significantly reduces ESCON cable bulk.

The CPL panels use the Small Form Factor fiber optic connector, called SC-DC (Single Connector-Dual Contact). Use of the SC-DC connectors in the CPL panel instead of the ESCON Duplex connectors has reduced the required floor space by 50%.

CPL planning and layout is done prior to arrival of the server on-site, and documentation is provided showing the CHPID layout and how the direct-attach harnesses are plugged.

Note: FQC supports all of the ESCON channels in all of the I/O cages. FQC cannot be ordered for selected channels and cages.

Fiber Transport Configuration Services for the zSeries 900

Fiber Transport Configuration Services: An IBM Installation Planning Representative (IPR) continues to provide planning assistance for equipment power, cooling, and physical placement of the 2064 within the data center. However, the planning for attachment of I/O equipment to channels, Coupling Facilities, and additional processors for the z900 now becomes the responsibility of the customer. Installations may request connectivity assistance, via IBM Fiber Transport Configuration Services.

The 2064 server introduces a migration from the traditional ESCON duplex connector to the smaller MT-RJ connector; the ISC connector also changes, to the LC connector. The following table describes the new connectivity features offered with the 2064.

The fiber optic Conversion Kits and Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables identified herein may be required for a new build z900, a z900 upgrade, or an MES order. Each fiber optic cable is 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. All other cables and components that may be required are available from IBM Global Services. Contact your local Installation Planning representative, Product Specialist, or Connectivity Services Specialist for more information.

Contact IBM Inside Sales at 888-426-4343; ask for Fiber Optic Cabling Services.

Consult the document Planning for the Fiber Optic Channel Links (GA23-0367-07) and the IBM Installation Manual — Physical Planning for further details.

These cables cannot be ordered on an individual basis. If cables are required, and are not associated with another order, they can be acquired from IBM Global Services.

A detailed description of the features in the table can be found in the Features Description section of this announcement.

Fiber Optic Cables: Conversion Kits, MCP Cables
 
Cable Description/                       Feature      Typical
Cable Type               Length          Number       Usage
 
9 SM SC Duplex/          2 meters        0103         FICON LX
50 MM ESCON              6.5 feet                     w/50 MM
MCP Cable                                             ESCON
 
 
9 SM SC Duplex/          2 meters        0104         OSA-E GbE LX
50 MM SC Duplex          6.5 feet                     w/50 MM
MCP Cable
 
9 SM SC Duplex/          2 meters        0105         OSA-E GbE LX
62.5 MM SC Duplex        6.5 feet                     w/62.5 MM
MCP Cable
 
9 SM SC Duplex/          2 meters        0106         FICON LX
62.5 MM ESCON            6.5 feet                     OSA-E GbE LX
MCP Cable                                             w/62.5 MM
                                                      ESCON
 
9 SM LC/                 2 meters        0108         ISC-3
50 MM SC Duplex          6.5 feet                     w/50 MM
MCP cable
 
9 SM LC/SC Duplex        2 meters        0110         ISC-3 to
Conversion Kit           6.5 feet                     HiPerLinks
 
62.5 MM MTRJ/            2 meters        2325         16-port ESCON,
ESCON                    6.5 feet                     ETR connector
Conversion Kit

Note: MCP Cables and Conversion Kits have a connector (ESCON Duplex, SC Duplex, LC Duplex, or MTRJ) on one end, and a receptacle (ESCON Duplex or SC Duplex) on the other end as described in the Cable Description/Cable Type column above.

New Connectivity Installation Options for zSeries 900: IBM offers customers the option either to engage IBM to help plan and start their 2064 connectivity with a service contract or to use their own planning and implementation personnel. For customers with the resources to plan their own connectivity, or those with less complex system configurations, the IBM 2064 Planning and Installation manual is available to help them determine and order the required jumper cables. Other customers, especially those with complex system integration requirements, may decide that the Fiber Transport Services structured cabling solution is their best option. Now, Fiber Transport Configuration Services gives customers another option — a base level, fiber optic connectivity service.

All IBM Connectivity Services offer solutions that feature professional consulting to understand and review the current and future connectivity needs of the 2064 server environment. This newest offering features channel configuration planning using fiber optic jumper cables and the physical installation of those connections to the IBM 2064 channels. Fiber Transport Configuration Service offers customers a simple, cost-effective way to obtain fiber connectivity expertise from IBM Global Services when they order the z900.

The IBM Global Services Fiber Transport Configuration Services includes 30 hours of connectivity consulting and planning, 50 fiber optic jumper cables, and 10 hours of installation as well as project management. Customers who engage IBM Global Services for initial planning and implementation of optical fiber cabling for their 2064 will receive the following services and products as part of the Fiber Transport Configuration Services Statement Of Work (SOW):

  1. Survey of the customer's data center site by an IBM specialist to determine the current fiber infrastructure
  2. Analysis of the hardware configuration and features ordered for the 2064
  3. Review of current connectivity requirements and future plans for optical fiber connectivity
  4. Customer Proposal with a jumper cable configuration and an FTS structured cabling solution for the physical connectivity of the 2064 and its attaching devices
  5. Bill of Materials for the jumper cables and conversion cables required to connect the 2064 to the existing cabling infrastructure and its associated equipment
  6. Order placement for all jumper cables included in Connectivity Readiness Service and, if required and for a fee, any additional jumper cables needed to complete the installation
  7. Delivery of cabling products to meet 2064 delivery and installation scheduling requirements
  8. Project Management of the cabling installation, including physical routing and connection
  9. End-of-Engagement review

Security, Auditability, and Control

The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communications facilities.

Terms and Conditions

This product is available for purchase under the terms of the IBM Customer Agreement.

IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and used parts. In some cases, the hardware product may have been previously installed.

Regardless, IBM warranty terms apply.

IBM Credit Corporation Financing: Yes

Warranty Period: One year

Warranty Service: IBM On-Site Repair (IOR)

Maintenance Service: IOR

Usage Plan Machine: No

IBM Hourly Service Rate Classification: Three

Mid-Range System Option: The announced product is an eligible machine for the Mid-Range System Option of the IBM Customer Agreement. A revised exhibit will be available at a later date.

Eligible                       Discount
Type                 Three-Year         Five-Year
 
2064                    12%                17%

Corporate Service Option: The announced product is an eligible machine for the Corporate Service Option of the IBM Customer Agreement. A revised exhibit will be available at a later date.

                               Discount
                     Three-Year         Five-Year
 
System                  14%                19%

When a type of service involves the exchange of a machine part, the replacement may not be new, but will be in good working order.

Rental Offering: No

Field-Installable Features: Yes

Model Conversions: Yes

Customer Setup: No

Graduated Charges: Yes

The following table provides Software Groups and Processor MSUs for all zSeries 900 servers announced to date.

                  Processor               Software
2064              MSUs                    Group
 
1C1                43                     80
1C2                83                     IMLC
1C3               119                     IMLC
1C4               153                     IMLC
1C5               187                     IMLC
1C6               217                     IMLC
1C7               247                     IMLC
1C8               276                     IMLC
1C9               302                     IMLC
110               327                     IMLC
111               350                     IMLC
 
                  Processor               Software
2064              MSUs                    Group
 
112               372                     IMLC
113               392                     IMLC
114               410                     IMLC
115               426                     IMLC
116               441                     IMLC
101                43                     80
102                79                     80
103               114                     IMLC
104               147                     IMLC
105               179                     IMLC
106               207                     IMLC
107               235                     IMLC
108               259                     IMLC
109               283                     IMLC

Licensed Internal Code: The IBM machine or feature/MES is provided with Licensed Internal Code for use by a customer on a specific machine, designated by serial number. The Licensed Internal Code is an integral part of the machine. It is licensed only under the terms and conditions of the IBM Customer Agreement and the IBM Agreement for Licensed Internal Code. It is a valuable intellectual property of the IBM Corporation.

Section 3 of the IBM Customer Agreement authorizes the customer to execute the Licensed Internal Code to enable the specific machine to function according to its specifications. The customer is authorized to execute the Licensed Internal Code only for the model listed in the Purchase Supplement (or other Transaction Document) relating to the IBM Customer Agreement.

Educational Allowance: A reduced charge is available to qualified education customers. The educational allowance may not be added to any other discount or allowance.

Prices

The prices provided in this announcement are suggested retail prices for the U.S. only and are provided for your information only. Dealer prices may vary, and prices may also vary by country. Prices are subject to change without notice. For additional information and current prices, contact your local IBM representative.

Product Charges

Note: The hardware and maintenance prices for the models and features listed are available from your IBM representative.

                                Machine
Description                     Type         Model
 
zSeries 900                     2064
 
100 Coupling Facility                        100
101 1-way Processor                          101
102 2-way Processor                          102
103 3-way Processor                          103
104 4-way Processor                          104
105 5-way Processor                          105
106 6-way Processor                          106
107 7-way Processor                          107
108 8-way Processor                          108
109 9-way Processor                          109
110 10-way Processor                         110
111 11-way Processor                         111
112 12-way Processor                         112
113 13-way Processor                         113
114 14-way Processor                         114
115 15-way Processor                         115
116 16-way Processor                         116
1C1 1-way Processor                          1C1
1C2 2-way Processor                          1C2
1C3 3-way Processor                          1C3
1C4 4-way Processor                          1C4
1C5 5-way Processor                          1C5
1C6 6-way Processor                          1C6
1C7 7-way Processor                          1C7
1C8 8-way Processor                          1C8
1C9 9-way Processor                          1C9

                                                  Charge/
                             Machine      Feature No      MMMC  Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  Charge  Ind.  MES
 
zSeries 900                  2064
 
100 1-way Coupling Facliity         100   1081    C       X     BOTH
100 2-way Coupling Facility         100   1082    C       X     BOTH
100 3-way Coupling Facility         100   1083    C       X     BOTH
100 4-way Coupling Facility         100   1084    C       X     BOTH
100 5-way Coupling Facility         100   1085    C       X     BOTH
100 6-way Coupling Facility         100   1086    C       X     BOTH
100 7-way Coupling Facility         100   1087    C       X     BOTH
100 8-way Coupling Facility         100   1088    C       X     BOTH
100 9-way Coupling Facility         100   1089    C       X     BOTH
101 1-way Processor                 101   1051    C       X     BOTH
102 2-way Processor                 102   1052    C       X     BOTH
103 3-way Processor                 103   1053    C       X     BOTH
104 4-way Processor                 104   1054    C       X     BOTH
105 5-way Processor                 105   1055    C       X     BOTH
106 6-way Processor                 106   1056    C       X     BOTH
107 7-way Processor                 107   1057    C       X     BOTH
108 8-way Processor                 108   1058    C       X     BOTH
109 9-way Processor                 109   1059    C       X     BOTH
110 10-way Processor                110   1070    C       X     BOTH
111 11-way Processor                111   1071    C       X     BOTH
112 12-way Processor                112   1072    C       X     BOTH
113 13-way Processor                113   1073    C       X     BOTH
114 14-way Processor                114   1074    C       X     BOTH
115 15-way Processor                115   1075    C       X     BOTH
116 16-way Processor                116   1076    C       X     BOTH
1C1 1-way Processor                 1C1   1061    C       X     BOTH
1C2 2-way Processor                 1C2   1062    C       X     BOTH
1C3 3-way Processor                 1C3   1063    C       X     BOTH
1C4 4-way Processor                 1C4   1064    C       X     BOTH
1C5 5-way Processor                 1C5   1065    C       X     BOTH
1C6 6-way Processor                 1C6   1066    C       X     BOTH
1C7 7-way Processor                 1C7   1067    C       X     BOTH
1C8 8-way Processor                 1C8   1068    C       X     BOTH
1C9 9-way Processor                 1C9   1069    C       X     BOTH
 
zSeries 900                  2064
 
                                    100
                                    101
                                    102
                                    103
                                    104
                                    105
                                    106
                                    107
                                    108
                                    109
 
Storage
 
5.0 GB Memory                             8051    C             BOTH
6.0 GB Memory                             8061    C             BOTH
7.0 GB Memory                             8071    C             BOTH
8.0 GB Memory                             8081    C             BOTH
10  GB Memory                             8101    C             BOTH
12  GB Memory                             8121    C             BOTH
14  GB Memory                             8141    C             BOTH
16  GB Memory                             8161    C             BOTH
18  GB Memory                             8181    C             BOTH
20  GB Memory                             8201    C             BOTH
24  GB Memory                             8241    C             BOTH
28  GB Memory                             8281    C             BOTH
32  GB Memory                             8321    C             BOTH
CEC Cage -- 12 PU                         0151    C             BOTH
 
                                                  Charge/
                             Machine      Feature No      MMMC  Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  Charge  Ind.  MES
 
zSeries 900                  2064
 
                                    110
                                    111
                                    112
                                    113
                                    114
                                    115
                                    116
                                    1C1
                                    1C2
                                    1C3
                                    1C4
                                    1C5
                                    1C6
                                    1C7
                                    1C8
                                    1C9
 
 
10  GB Memory                             8100    C             BOTH
12  GB Memory                             8120    C             BOTH
14  GB Memory                             8140    C             BOTH
16  GB Memory                             8160    C             BOTH
18  GB Memory                             8180    C             BOTH
20  GB Memory                             8200    C             BOTH
24  GB Memory                             8240    C             BOTH
28  GB Memory                             8280    C             BOTH
32  GB Memory                             8320    C             BOTH
40  GB Memory                             8400    C             BOTH
48  GB Memory                             8480    C             BOTH
56  GB Memory                             8560    C             BOTH
64  GB Memory                             8640    C             BOTH
CEC Cage -- 20 PU                         0150    C             BOTH
 
zSeries 900                  2064
 
                                    100
                                    101
                                    102
                                    103
                                    104
                                    105
                                    106
                                    107
                                    108
                                    109
                                    110
                                    111
                                    112
                                    113
                                    114
                                    115
                                    116
                                    1C1
                                    1C2
                                    1C3
                                    1C4
                                    1C5
                                    1C6
                                    1C7
                                    1C8
                                    1C9
 
                                                  Charge/
                             Machine      Feature No      MMMC  Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  Charge  Ind.  MES
 
 
FRM/CEC Cage return req'd                 7001    C             BOTH
Compatibility I/O Cage Airflow Cd         0012    C             BOTH
I/O Cage Airflow Cd                       0112    C             BOTH
Token Ring/HMC                            0023    C             BOTH
Ethernet/HMC                              0024    C             BOTH
3270/HMC                                  0026    C             BOTH
3270/HMC PCI                              0036    C             BOTH
Token Ring/SE                             0062    C             BOTH
Ethernet/SE                               0063    C             BOTH
WAC Card                                  0038    C             BOTH
DVD                                       0047    C             BOTH
HMC Console                               0061    C             BOTH
HMC Console                               0073    C             BOTH
Service Element                           0083    C             BOTH
9 SM SCDup/50 MM ESCON MCP                0103    C             BOTH
9 SM SCDup/50 MM SCDup MCP                0104    C             BOTH
9 SM SCDup/62.5 SCDup MM MCP              0105    C             BOTH
9 SM SCDup/62.5 MM ESCON MCP              0106    C             BOTH
9 SM LC/50 MM SCDup MCP                   0108    C             BOTH
9 SM LC/SCDup Conv Kit                    0110    C             BOTH
ISC-D Airflow Cd                          0113    C             BOTH
ISC-M Card                                0217    C             BOTH
ISC-D Card                                0218    C             BOTH
ISC/ISC3 Port                             0219    C             BOTH
STI-H (CEC Cage)                          0220    C             BOTH
STI-G (CEC Cage)                          0221    C             BOTH
STI-M (I/O Cage)                          0222    C             BOTH
STI Airflow Cd (CEC Cage)                 0224    C             BOTH
STI Airflow Cd (I/O Cage)                 0225    C             BOTH
ICB Cable (Compatibility mode)            0226    C             BOTH
ICB Cable (Peer mode)                     0227    C             BOTH
ICB (Integrated Cluster Bus)              0992    C             BOTH
ICB-3 (Integrated Cluster Bus)            0993    C             BOTH
Custom Quick Shipment                     1748    C             BOTH
Control for Plan-Ahead                    1995    NC            BOTH
Concurrent conditioning                   1999    C             BOTH
I/O Expansion Cage                        2023    C             BOTH
Internal Battery Feature                  2210    C             BOTH
110 Volt Modem                            2940    C             BOTH
220 Volt Modem                            2941    C             BOTH
Language Grp-US Eng                       2924    C             BOTH
Language Grp-Spanish non-Spain            2930    C             BOTH
Language Grp-Canadian French              2935    C             BOTH
Language Grp-Brazilian Portuguese         2979    C             BOTH
Additional Frame (Z-FRAME)                3030    C             BOTH
IBF Frame (B-FRAME)                       3040    C             BOTH
Sml Console Display                       6090    C             BOTH
Lrg Console Display                       6091    C             BOTH
14 foot, low voltage                      8982    C             BOTH
14 foot, high voltage                     8985    C             BOTH
6 foot, 220v, Chicago                     8980    C             BOTH
6 foot, 480v, Chicago                     8984    C             BOTH
14 foot, 220v                             8981    C             BOTH
14 foot, 480v                             8983    C             BOTH
Northern Hemisphere                       9930    C             BOTH
Southern Hemisphere                       9931    C             BOTH
MCM Service Tool Kit                      9963    C             BOTH
Frame Reduction for shipping              9978    C             BOTH
Frame Width Reduction                     9979    C             BOTH
 
                                                  Charge/
                             Machine      Feature No      MMMC  Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  Charge  Ind,  MES
 
zSeries 900                  2064
 
                                    101
                                    102
                                    103
                                    104
                                    105
                                    106
                                    107
                                    108
                                    109
                                    110
                                    111
                                    112
                                    113
                                    114
                                    115
                                    116
                                    1C1
                                    1C2
                                    1C3
                                    1C4
                                    1C5
                                    1C6
                                    1C7
                                    1C8
                                    1C9
Channel Driver Cd                         0032    C             BOTH
PSC24V Card                               0223    C             BOTH
Crypto                                    0800    C             BOTH
No Crypto                                 0808    C             BOTH
DES                                       0844    C             BOTH
DES w/TKE                                 0845    C             BOTH
Dual PCICC                                0861    C             BOTH
DES for PCI Crypto                        0864    C             BOTH
T-DES for PCI Crypto                      0865    C             BOTH
TKE Hardware (for Token Ring)             0866    C             BOTH
TKE Hardware (for Ethernet)               0869    C             BOTH
T-DES                                     0874    C             BOTH
T-DES w/TKE                               0875    C             BOTH
Optional SAP                              0990    C             BOTH
Integrated Fac for Linux                  0997    C             BOTH
Optional ICF                              1091    C             BOTH
Compatibility I/O Expansion Cage          2022    C             BOTH
JCM OPS                                   2029    C             BOTH
CHANNELS
Parallel Channel Cd                       2304    C             BOTH
FICON Channel Cd LW                       2315    C             BOTH
FICON Channel Cd SW                       2318    C             BOTH
16-Port ESCON Channel Cd                  2323    C             BOTH
ESCON Channel Port                        2324    C             BOTH
62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conv Kit               2325    C             BOTH
 (2 cables)
FIBB Card + STI cables                    2339    C             BOTH
OSA-Express 155 ATM SM                    2362    C             BOTH
OSA-Express 155 ATM MM                    2363    C             BOTH
OSA-Express GbE LX                        2364    C             BOTH
OSA-Express GbE SX                        2365    C             BOTH
OSA-Express Fast Ethernet                 2366    C             BOTH
OSA-2 Token Ring                          5201    C             BOTH
OSA-2 FDDI                                5202    C             BOTH
Power Sequence Controller                 6401    C             BOTH
Fiber Trunking -- first bracket           7933    C             BOTH
Fiber Trunking -- additional              7934    C             BOTH
 bracket
6 ft MT-RJ ESCON Cable (I/O Cage)         7935    C             BOTH
6 ft ESCON Cable (Compat I/O Cage)        7936    C             BOTH
 
6 ft ESCON Cable (Compat I/O Cage)        7939    C             BOTH
6 & 8 ft ESCON Cable (Compat I/O          7940    C             BOTH
 Cage)
Capacity Backup Feature                   7999    C             BOTH
 
                                                  Charge/
                             Machine      Feature No      MMMC  Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  Charge  Ind.  MES
 
S/390 Parallel               9672
Enterprise Servers
 
                                    RA6 RB6
                                    T16 T26
                                    R16 Y16
                                    R26 Y26
                                    RC6 RD6
                                    R36 Y36
                                    R46 Y46
                                    R56 Y56
                                    R66 Y66
                                    R76 Y76
                                    R86 Y86
                                    R96 Y96
                                    RX6 YX6
                                    X17 Z17
                                    X27 Z27
                                    X37 Z37
                                    X47 Z47
                                    X57 Z57
                                    X67 Z67
                                    X77 Z77
                                    X87 Z87
                                    X97 Z97
                                    XX7 ZX7
                                    XY7 ZY7
                                    XZ7 ZZ7
FICON Channel Cd SW                       2316    C             BOTH
 
                             Machine      Feature Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  MES
 
                             7060   P30 H30       BOTH
                                    H50 H70
                                    H75 H55
 
S/390 Multiprise 2000        2003                 MES only on the
                                                  following models
                                    102 103
                                    104 105
                                    106 107
                                    108 109
                                    106 107
                                    115 116
                                    124 125
                                    126 135
                                    1C5 136
                                    146
                                    202 203
                                    204 205
                                    206 207
                                    215 216
                                    224 225
                                    227 2C5
                                    237 246
                                    257
 
S/390 Parallel               9672                 MES only on the
Enterprise Servers                                following models
                                    R11 R21
                                    R31 R41
                                    R51 R61
                                    RA2 R12
                                    R22 R32
                                    R42 R52
                                    R62 R72
                                    R53 R63
                                    R73 R83
                                    RX3
                                    RA4 R14
                                    RB4 R24
                                    RC4 R34
                                    R44 R54
                                    R64 R74
                                    R84 R94
                                    RX4 RY4
 
S/390 Parallel               9672                 BOTH on the
Enterprise Servers                                following models
                                    RA5 R15
                                    RB5 R25
                                    RC5 R35
                                    R45 R55
                                    R65 R75
                                    R85 R95
                                    RX5 RY5
                                    R06
                             Machine      Feature Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  MES
 
                                    RA6 RB6
                                    T16 T26
                                    R16 Y16
                                    R26 Y26
                                    RC6 RD6
                                    R36 Y36
                                    R46 Y46
                                    R56 Y56
                                    R66 Y66
                                    R76 Y76
                                    R86 Y86
                                    R96 Y96
                                    RX6 YX6
                                    X17 Z17
                                    X27 Z27
                                    X37 Z37
                                    X47 Z47
                                    X57 Z57
                                    X67 Z67
                                    X77 Z77
                                    X87 Z87
                                    X97 Z97
                                    XX7 ZX7
                                    XY7 ZY7
                                    XZ7 ZZ7
 
S/390 Coupling               9674                 MES only on the
Facility                                          following models
                                    C01 C02
                                    C03 C04
 
 
S/390 Coupling               9674                 BOTH on the
Facility                                          following model
                                    C05
 
DVD/HMC                                   0047

The following features are not orderable on the 2064 z900 models; however, if they are installed at the time of an upgrade to the z900 models, they may remain installed.

                                                  Charge/
                             Machine      Feature No      MMMC  Init/
Description                  Type   Model Number  Charge  Ind.  MES
 
Parallel Channel Cd                       2303    NC
ESCON Channel Cd                          2313    NC

Model Conversions

                 Charge/  Net     Returned
Model Conversion No       Priced  Parts
From   To        Charge   (Y/N)   (Y/N)   Description
 
9672 G5 R06 to 2064 z900 Models 101-116, 1C1-1C9
 
R06    100       C        Y       Y       R06 to CF
R06    101       C        Y       Y       R06 to One-way
R06    102       C        Y       Y       R06 to Two-way
R06    103       C        Y       Y       R06 to Three-way
R06    104       C        Y       Y       R06 to Four-way
R06    105       C        Y       Y       R06 to Five-way
R06    106       C        Y       Y       R06 to Six-way
R06    107       C        Y       Y       R06 to Seven-way
R06    108       C        Y       Y       R06 to Eight-way
R06    109       C        Y       Y       R06 to Nine-way
R06    110       C        Y       Y       R06 to Ten-way
R06    111       C        Y       Y       R06 to Eleven-way
R06    112       C        Y       Y       R06 to Twelve-way
R06    113       C        Y       Y       R06 to Thirteen-way
R06    114       C        Y       Y       R06 to Fourteen-way
R06    115       C        Y       Y       R06 to Fifteen-way
R06    116       C        Y       Y       R06 to Sixteen-way
R06    1C1       C        Y       Y       R06 to One-way
R06    1C2       C        Y       Y       R06 to Two-way
R06    1C3       C        Y       Y       R06 to Three-way


                 Charge/  Net     Returned
Model Conversion No       Priced  Parts
From   To        Charge   (Y/N)   (Y/N)   Description
 
R06    1C4       C        Y       Y       R06 to Four-way
R06    1C5       C        Y       Y       R06 to Five-way
R06    1C6       C        Y       Y       R06 to Six-way
R06    1C7       C        Y       Y       R06 to Seven-way
R06    1C8       C        Y       Y       R06 to Eight-way
R06    1C9       C        Y       Y       R06 to Nine-way
 
9672 G5 to 2064 z900, Models 101-116, 1C1-1C9
 
RA6    101       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
RA6    102       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
RA6    103       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
RA6    104       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
RA6    105       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
RA6    106       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
RA6    107       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
RA6    108       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
RA6    109       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
RA6    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
RA6    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
RA6    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
RA6    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
RA6    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
RA6    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
RA6    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
RA6    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
RA6    1C2       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
RA6    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
RA6    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
RA6    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
RA6    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
RA6    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
RA6    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
RA6    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
R16    101       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
R16    102       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
R16    103       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
R16    104       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
R16    105       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
R16    106       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
R16    107       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
R16    108       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
R16    109       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
R16    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
R16    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
R16    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
R16    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
R16    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
R16    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
R16    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
R16    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
R16    1C2       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
R16    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
R16    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
R16    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
R16    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
R16    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
R16    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
R16    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
T16    101       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
T16    102       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
T16    103       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
T16    104       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
T16    105       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
T16    106       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
T16    107       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
T16    108       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
T16    109       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
T16    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
T16    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
T16    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
T16    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
T16    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
T16    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
T16    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
T16    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
T16    1C2       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
T16    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
T16    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
T16    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
T16    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
T16    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
T16    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
T16    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
Y16    101       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
Y16    102       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
Y16    103       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
Y16    104       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
Y16    105       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
Y16    106       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
Y16    107       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
Y16    108       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
Y16    109       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
Y16    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
Y16    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
Y16    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
Y16    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
Y16    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
Y16    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
Y16    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
Y16    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
Y16    1C2       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
Y16    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
Y16    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
Y16    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
Y16    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
Y16    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
Y16    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
Y16    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
RB6    101       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to One-way
RB6    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
RB6    103       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
RB6    104       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
RB6    105       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
RB6    106       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
RB6    107       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
RB6    108       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
RB6    109       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
RB6    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
RB6    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
RB6    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
RB6    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
RB6    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
RB6    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
RB6    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
RB6    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to One-way
RB6    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
RB6    1C3       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
RB6    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
RB6    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
RB6    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
RB6    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
RB6    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
RB6    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
R26    101       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to One-way
R26    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
R26    103       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
R26    104       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
R26    105       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
R26    106       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
R26    107       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
R26    108       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
R26    109       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
R26    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
R26    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
R26    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
R26    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
R26    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
R26    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
R26    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
R26    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to One-way
R26    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
R26    1C3       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
R26    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
R26    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
R26    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
R26    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
R26    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
R26    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
T26    101       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to One-way
T26    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
T26    103       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
T26    104       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
T26    105       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
T26    106       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
T26    107       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
T26    108       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
T26    109       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
T26    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
T26    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
T26    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
T26    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
T26    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
T26    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
T26    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
T26    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to One-way
T26    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
T26    1C3       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
T26    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
T26    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
T26    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
T26    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
T26    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
T26    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
Y26    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
Y26    103       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
Y26    104       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
Y26    105       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
Y26    106       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
Y26    107       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
Y26    108       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
Y26    109       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
Y26    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
Y26    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
Y26    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
Y26    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
Y26    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
Y26    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
Y26    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
Y26    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
Y26    1C3       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
Y26    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
Y26    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
Y26    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
Y26    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
Y26    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
Y26    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
RC6    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Two-way
RC6    103       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
RC6    104       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
RC6    105       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
RC6    106       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
RC6    107       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
RC6    108       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
RC6    109       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
RC6    110       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Ten-way
RC6    111       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eleven-way
RC6    112       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Twelve-way
RC6    113       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Thirteen-way
RC6    114       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fourteen-way
RC6    115       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fifteen-way
RC6    116       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Sixteen-way
RC6    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Two-way
RC6    1C3       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
RC6    1C4       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
RC6    1C5       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
RC6    1C6       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
RC6    1C7       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
RC6    1C8       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
RC6    1C9       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
R36    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Two-way
R36    103       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
R36    104       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
R36    105       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
R36    106       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
R36    107       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
R36    108       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
R36    109       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
R36    110       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Ten-way
R36    111       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eleven-way
R36    112       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Twelve-way
R36    113       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Thirteen-way
R36    114       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fourteen-way
R36    115       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fifteen-way
R36    116       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Sixteen-way
R36    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Two-way
R36    1C3       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
R36    1C4       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
R36    1C5       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
R36    1C6       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
R36    1C7       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
R36    1C8       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
R36    1C9       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
Y36    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Two-way
Y36    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
Y36    104       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
Y36    105       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
Y36    106       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
Y36    107       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
Y36    108       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
Y36    109       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
Y36    110       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Ten-way
Y36    111       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eleven-way
Y36    112       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Twelve-way
Y36    113       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Thirteen-way
Y36    114       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fourteen-way
Y36    115       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fifteen-way
Y36    116       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Sixteen-way
Y36    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Two-way
Y36    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
Y36    1C4       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
Y36    1C5       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
Y36    1C6       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
Y36    1C7       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
Y36    1C8       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
Y36    1C9       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
RD6    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Two-way
RD6    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
RD6    104       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
RD6    105       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
RD6    106       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
RD6    107       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
RD6    108       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
RD6    109       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
RD6    110       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Ten-way
RD6    111       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eleven-way
RD6    112       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Twelve-way
RD6    113       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Thirteen-way
RD6    114       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fourteen-way
RD6    115       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fifteen-way
RD6    116       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Sixteen-way
RD6    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Two-way
RD6    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
RD6    1C4       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
RD6    1C5       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
RD6    1C6       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
RD6    1C7       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
RD6    1C8       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
RD6    1C9       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
R46    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Two-way
R46    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
R46    104       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
R46    105       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
R46    106       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
R46    107       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
R46    108       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
R46    109       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
R46    110       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Ten-way
R46    111       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eleven-way
R46    112       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Twelve-way
R46    113       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Thirteen-way
R46    114       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fourteen-way
R46    115       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fifteen-way
R46    116       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Sixteen-way
R46    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Two-way
R46    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
R46    1C4       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
R46    1C5       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
R46    1C6       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
R46    1C7       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
R46    1C8       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
R46    1C9       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
Y46    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
Y46    104       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
Y46    105       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
Y46    106       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
Y46    107       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
Y46    108       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
Y46    109       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
Y46    110       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Ten-way
Y46    111       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eleven-way
Y46    112       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Twelve-way
Y46    113       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Thirteen-way
Y46    114       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fourteen-way
Y46    115       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fifteen-way
Y46    116       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Sixteen-way
Y46    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
Y46    1C4       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
Y46    1C5       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
Y46    1C6       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
Y46    1C7       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
Y46    1C8       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
Y46    1C9       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
R56    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Three-way
R56    104       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Four-way
R56    105       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
R56    106       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
R56    107       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
R56    108       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
R56    109       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
R56    110       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Ten-way
R56    111       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eleven-way
R56    112       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Twelve-way
R56    113       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Thirteen-way
R56    114       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fourteen-way
R56    115       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fifteen-way
R56    116       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Sixteen-way
R56    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Three-way
R56    1C4       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Four-way
R56    1C5       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
R56    1C6       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
R56    1C7       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
R56    1C8       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
R56    1C9       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
Y56    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Four-way
Y56    105       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
Y56    106       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
Y56    107       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
Y56    108       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
Y56    109       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
Y56    110       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Ten-way
Y56    111       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eleven-way
Y56    112       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Twelve-way
Y56    113       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Thirteen-way
Y56    114       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fourteen-way
Y56    115       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fifteen-way
Y56    116       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Sixteen-way
Y56    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Four-way
Y56    1C5       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
Y56    1C6       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
Y56    1C7       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
Y56    1C8       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
Y56    1C9       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
R66    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Three-way
R66    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Four-way
R66    105       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
R66    106       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
R66    107       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
R66    108       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
R66    109       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
R66    110       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Ten-way
R66    111       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eleven-way
R66    112       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Twelve-way
R66    113       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Thirteen-way
R66    114       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fourteen-way
R66    115       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fifteen-way
R66    116       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Sixteen-way
R66    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Three-way
R66    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Four-way
R66    1C5       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
R66    1C6       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
R66    1C7       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
R66    1C8       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
R66    1C9       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
Y66    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Four-way
Y66    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
Y66    106       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
Y66    107       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
Y66    108       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
Y66    109       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
Y66    110       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Ten-way
Y66    111       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eleven-way
Y66    112       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Twelve-way
Y66    113       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Thirteen-way
Y66    114       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fourteen-way
Y66    115       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fifteen-way
Y66    116       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Sixteen-way
Y66    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Four-way
Y66    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
Y66    1C6       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
Y66    1C7       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
Y66    1C8       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
Y66    1C9       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
R76    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Four-way
R76    105       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Five-way
R76    106       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
R76    107       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
R76    108       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
R76    109       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
R76    110       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Ten-way
R76    111       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eleven-way
R76    112       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Twelve-way
R76    113       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Thirteen-way
R76    114       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fourteen-way
R76    115       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fifteen-way
R76    116       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Sixteen-way
R76    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Four-way
R76    1C5       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Five-way
R76    1C6       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
R76    1C7       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
R76    1C8       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
R76    1C9       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
Y76    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Five-way
Y76    106       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
Y76    107       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
Y76    108       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
Y76    109       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
Y76    110       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Ten-way
Y76    111       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eleven-way
Y76    112       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Twelve-way
Y76    113       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Thirteen-way
Y76    114       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fourteen-way
Y76    115       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fifteen-way
Y76    116       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Sixteen-way
Y76    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Five-way
Y76    1C6       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
Y76    1C7       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
Y76    1C8       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
Y76    1C9       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
R86    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Four-way
R86    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Five-way
R86    106       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Six-way
R86    107       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
R86    108       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
R86    109       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
R86    110       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Ten-way
R86    111       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eleven-way
R86    112       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Twelve-way
R86    113       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Thirteen-way
R86    114       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fourteen-way
R86    115       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fifteen-way
R86    116       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Sixteen-way
R86    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Four-way
R86    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Five-way
R86    1C6       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Six-way
R86    1C7       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
R86    1C8       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
R86    1C9       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
Y86    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Five-way
Y86    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Six-way
Y86    107       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
Y86    108       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
Y86    109       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
Y86    110       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Ten-way
Y86    111       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eleven-way
Y86    112       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Twelve-way
Y86    113       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Thirteen-way
Y86    114       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fourteen-way
Y86    115       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fifteen-way
Y86    116       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Sixteen-way
Y86    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Five-way
Y86    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Six-way
Y86    1C7       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
Y86    1C8       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
Y86    1C9       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
R96    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Five-way
R96    106       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Six-way
R96    107       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
R96    108       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
R96    109       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
R96    110       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Ten-way
R96    111       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eleven-way
R96    112       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Twelve-way
R96    113       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Thirteen-way
R96    114       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fourteen-way
R96    115       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fifteen-way
R96    116       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Sixteen-way
R96    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Five-way
R96    1C6       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Six-way
R96    1C7       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
R96    1C8       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
R96    1C9       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
Y96    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Five-way
Y96    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Six-way
Y96    107       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
Y96    108       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
Y96    109       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
Y96    110       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Ten-way
Y96    111       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eleven-way
Y96    112       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Twelve-way
Y96    113       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Thirteen-way
Y96    114       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fourteen-way
Y96    115       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fifteen-way
Y96    116       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Sixteen-way
Y96    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Five-way
Y96    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Six-way
Y96    1C7       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
Y96    1C8       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
Y96    1C9       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
RX6    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Five-way
RX6    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Six-way
RX6    107       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Seven-way
RX6    108       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
RX6    109       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
RX6    110       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Ten-way
RX6    111       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eleven-way
RX6    112       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Twelve-way
RX6    113       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Thirteen-way
RX6    114       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fourteen-way
RX6    115       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fifteen-way
RX6    116       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Sixteen-way
RX6    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Five-way
RX6    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Six-way
RX6    1C7       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Seven-way
RX6    1C8       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
RX6    1C9       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
YX6    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Six-way
YX6    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Seven-way
YX6    108       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
YX6    109       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
YX6    110       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Ten-way
YX6    111       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eleven-way
YX6    112       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Twelve-way
YX6    113       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Thirteen-way
YX6    114       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fourteen-way
YX6    115       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fifteen-way
YX6    116       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Sixteen-way
YX6    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Six-way
YX6    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Seven-way
YX6    1C8       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
YX6    1C9       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
 
9672 Models G6 to 2064 z900 Models 101-116, 1C1-1C9
 
X17    101       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
X17    102       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
X17    103       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
X17    104       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
X17    105       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
X17    106       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
X17    107       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
X17    108       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
X17    109       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
X17    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
X17    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
X17    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
X17    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
X17    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
X17    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
X17    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
X17    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
X17    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
X17    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
X17    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
X17    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
X17    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
X17    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
X17    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
X17    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
Z17    101       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
Z17    102       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
Z17    103       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
Z17    104       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
Z17    105       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
Z17    106       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
Z17    107       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
Z17    108       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
Z17    109       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
Z17    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
Z17    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
Z17    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
Z17    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
Z17    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
Z17    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
Z17    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
Z17    1C1       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to One-way
Z17    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
Z17    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
Z17    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
Z17    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
Z17    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
Z17    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
Z17    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
Z17    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
X27    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
X27    103       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
X27    104       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
X27    105       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
X27    106       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
X27    107       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
X27    108       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
X27    109       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
X27    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
X27    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
X27    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
X27    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
X27    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
X27    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
X27    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
X27    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
X27    1C3       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
X27    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
X27    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
X27    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
X27    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
X27    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
X27    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
Z27    102       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
Z27    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
Z27    104       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
Z27    105       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
Z27    106       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
Z27    107       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
Z27    108       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
Z27    109       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
Z27    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
Z27    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
Z27    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
Z27    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
Z27    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
Z27    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
Z27    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
Z27    1C2       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Two-way
Z27    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
Z27    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
Z27    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
Z27    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
Z27    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
Z27    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
Z27    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
X37    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
X37    104       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
X37    105       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
X37    106       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
X37    107       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
X37    108       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
X37    109       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
X37    110       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Ten-way
X37    111       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eleven-way
X37    112       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Twelve-way
X37    113       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Thirteen-way
X37    114       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fourteen-way
X37    115       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fifteen-way
X37    116       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Sixteen-way
X37    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
X37    1C4       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
X37    1C5       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
X37    1C6       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
X37    1C7       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
X37    1C8       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
X37    1C9       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
Z37    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
Z37    104       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
Z37    105       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
Z37    106       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
Z37    107       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
Z37    108       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
Z37    109       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
Z37    110       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Ten-way
Z37    111       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eleven-way
Z37    112       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Twelve-way
Z37    113       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Thirteen-way
Z37    114       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fourteen-way
Z37    115       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fifteen-way
Z37    116       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Sixteen-way
Z37    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Three-way to Three-way
Z37    1C4       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
Z37    1C5       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
Z37    1C6       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
Z37    1C7       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
Z37    1C8       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
Z37    1C9       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
X47    103       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
X47    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
X47    105       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
X47    106       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
X47    107       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
X47    108       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
X47    109       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
X47    110       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Ten-way
X47    111       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eleven-way
X47    112       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Twelve-way
X47    113       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Thirteen-way
X47    114       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fourteen-way
X47    115       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fifteen-way
X47    116       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Sixteen-way
X47    1C3       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Three-way
X47    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
X47    1C5       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
X47    1C6       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
X47    1C7       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
X47    1C8       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
X47    1C9       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
Z47    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
Z47    105       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
Z47    106       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
Z47    107       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
Z47    108       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
Z47    109       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
Z47    110       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Ten-way
Z47    111       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eleven-way
Z47    112       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Twelve-way
Z47    113       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Thirteen-way
Z47    114       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fourteen-way
Z47    115       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fifteen-way
Z47    116       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Sixteen-way
Z47    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Four-way to Four-way
Z47    1C5       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
Z47    1C6       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
Z47    1C7       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
Z47    1C8       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
Z47    1C9       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
X57    104       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Four-way
X57    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
X57    106       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
X57    107       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
X57    108       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
X57    109       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
X57    110       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Ten-way
X57    111       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eleven-way
X57    112       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Twelve-way
X57    113       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Thirteen-way
X57    114       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fourteen-way
X57    115       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fifteen-way
X57    116       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Sixteen-way
X57    1C4       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Four-way
X57    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
X57    1C6       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
X57    1C7       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
X57    1C8       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
X57    1C9       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
Z57    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
Z57    106       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
Z57    107       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
Z57    108       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
Z57    109       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
Z57    110       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Ten-way
Z57    111       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eleven-way
Z57    112       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Twelve-way
Z57    113       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Thirteen-way
Z57    114       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fourteen-way
Z57    115       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fifteen-way
Z57    116       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Sixteen-way
Z57    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Five-way to Five-way
Z57    1C6       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
Z57    1C7       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
Z57    1C8       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
Z57    1C9       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
X67    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
X67    106       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
X67    107       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
X67    108       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
X67    109       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
X67    110       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Ten-way
X67    111       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eleven-way
X67    112       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Twelve-way
X67    113       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Thirteen-way
X67    114       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fourteen-way
X67    115       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fifteen-way
X67    116       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Sixteen-way
X67    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
X67    1C6       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
X67    1C7       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
X67    1C8       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
X67    1C9       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
Z67    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
Z67    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
Z67    107       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
Z67    108       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
Z67    109       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
Z67    110       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Ten-way
Z67    111       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eleven-way
Z67    112       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Twelve-way
Z67    113       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Thirteen-way
Z67    114       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fourteen-way
Z67    115       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fifteen-way
Z67    116       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Sixteen-way
Z67    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Five-way
Z67    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Six-way to Six-way
Z67    1C7       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
Z67    1C8       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
Z67    1C9       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
X77    105       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Five-way
X77    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
X77    107       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
X77    108       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
X77    109       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
X77    110       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Ten-way
X77    111       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eleven-way
X77    112       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Twelve-way
X77    113       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Thirteen-way
X77    114       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fourteen-way
X77    115       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fifteen-way
X77    116       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Sixteen-way
X77    1C5       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Five-way
X77    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
X77    1C7       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
X77    1C8       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
X77    1C9       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
Z77    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
Z77    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
Z77    108       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
Z77    109       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
Z77    110       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Ten-way
Z77    111       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eleven-way
Z77    112       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Twelve-way
Z77    113       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Thirteen-way
Z77    114       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fourteen-way
Z77    115       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fifteen-way
Z77    116       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Sixteen-way
Z77    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Six-way
Z77    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Seven-way to Seven-way
Z77    1C8       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
Z77    1C9       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
X87    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Six-way
X87    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
X87    108       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
X87    109       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
X87    110       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Ten-way
X87    111       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eleven-way
X87    112       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Twelve-way
X87    113       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Thirteen-way
X87    114       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fourteen-way
X87    115       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fifteen-way
X87    116       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Sixteen-way
X87    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Six-way
X87    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
X87    1C8       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
X87    1C9       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
Z87    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
Z87    108       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
Z87    109       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
Z87    110       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Ten-way
Z87    111       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eleven-way
Z87    112       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Twelve-way
Z87    113       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Thirteen-way
Z87    114       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fourteen-way
Z87    115       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fifteen-way
Z87    116       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Sixteen-way
Z87    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Eight-way to Seven-way
Z87    1C8       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eight-way
Z87    1C9       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
X97    106       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Six-way
X97    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
X97    108       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
X97    109       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
X97    110       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Ten-way
X97    111       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eleven-way
X97    112       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Twelve-way
X97    113       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Thirteen-way
X97    114       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fourteen-way
X97    115       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fifteen-way
X97    116       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Sixteen-way
X97    1C6       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Six-way
X97    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
X97    1C8       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
X97    1C9       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
Z97    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
Z97    108       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
Z97    109       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
Z97    110       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Ten-way
Z97    111       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eleven-way
Z97    112       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Twelve-way
Z97    113       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Thirteen-way
Z97    114       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fourteen-way
Z97    115       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fifteen-way
Z97    116       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Sixteen-way
Z97    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Seven-way
Z97    1C8       C (**)   Y       Y       Nine-way to Eight-way
Z97    1C9       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Nine-way
XX7    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Seven-way
XX7    108       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
XX7    109       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
XX7    110       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Ten-way
XX7    111       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eleven-way
XX7    112       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Twelve-way
XX7    113       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Thirteen-way
XX7    114       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fourteen-way
XX7    115       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fifteen-way
XX7    116       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Sixteen-way
XX7    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Seven-way
XX7    1C8       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
XX7    1C9       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
ZX7    108       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
ZX7    109       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
ZX7    110       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Ten-way
ZX7    111       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eleven-way
ZX7    112       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Twelve-way
ZX7    113       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Thirteen-way
ZX7    114       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fourteen-way
ZX7    115       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fifteen-way
ZX7    116       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Sixteen-way
ZX7    1C8       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Eight-way
ZX7    1C9       C (**)   Y       Y       Ten-way to Nine-way
XY7    107       C (**)   Y       Y       Eleven-way to Seven-way
XY7    108       C (**)   Y       Y       Eleven-way to Eight-way
XY7    109       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Nine-way
XY7    110       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Ten-way
XY7    111       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Eleven-way
XY7    112       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Twelve-way
XY7    113       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Thirteen-way
XY7    114       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Fourteen-way
XY7    115       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Fifteen-way
XY7    116       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Sixteen-way
XY7    1C7       C (**)   Y       Y       Eleven-way to Seven-way
XY7    1C8       C (**)   Y       Y       Eleven-way to Eight-way
XY7    1C9       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Nine-way
ZY7    109       C (**)   Y       Y       Eleven-way to Nine-way
ZY7    110       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Ten-way
ZY7    111       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Eleven-way
ZY7    112       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Twelve-way
ZY7    113       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Thirteen-way
ZY7    114       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Fourteen-way
ZY7    115       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Fifteen-way
ZY7    116       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Sixteen-way
ZY7    1C9       C (**)   Y       Y       Eleven-way to Nine-way
XZ7    108       C (**)   Y       Y       Twelve-way to Eight-way
XZ7    109       C (**)   Y       Y       Twelve-way to Nine-way
XZ7    110       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Ten-way
XZ7    111       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Eleven-way
XZ7    112       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Twelve-way
XZ7    113       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Thirteen-way
XZ7    114       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Fourteen-way
XZ7    115       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Fifteen-way
XZ7    116       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Sixteen-way
XZ7    1C8       C (**)   Y       Y       Twelve-way to Eight-way
XZ7    1C9       C (**)   Y       Y       Twelve-way to Nine-way
ZZ7    109       C (**)   Y       Y       Twelve-way to Nine-way
ZZ7    110       C (**)   Y       Y       Twelve-way to Ten-way
ZZ7    111       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Eleven-way
ZZ7    112       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Twelve-way
ZZ7    113       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Thirteen-way
ZZ7    114       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Fourteen-way
ZZ7    115       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Fifteen-way
ZZ7    116       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Sixteen-way
ZZ7    1C9       C (**)   Y       Y       Twelve-way to Nine-way
 
z900 to z900 Vertical Upgrades
 
101    102       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
101    103       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
101    104       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
101    105       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
101    106       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
101    107       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
101    108       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
101    109       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
101    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
101    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
101    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
101    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
101    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
101    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
101    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
101    1C2       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
101    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
101    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
101    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
101    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
101    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
101    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
101    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
1C1    1C2       C        Y       Y       One-way to Two-way
1C1    1C3       C        Y       Y       One-way to Three-way
1C1    1C4       C        Y       Y       One-way to Four-way
1C1    1C5       C        Y       Y       One-way to Five-way
1C1    1C6       C        Y       Y       One-way to Six-way
1C1    1C7       C        Y       Y       One-way to Seven-way
1C1    1C8       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eight-way
1C1    1C9       C        Y       Y       One-way to Nine-way
1C1    110       C        Y       Y       One-way to Ten-way
1C1    111       C        Y       Y       One-way to Eleven-way
1C1    112       C        Y       Y       One-way to Twelve-way
1C1    113       C        Y       Y       One-way to Thirteen-way
1C1    114       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fourteen-way
1C1    115       C        Y       Y       One-way to Fifteen-way
1C1    116       C        Y       Y       One-way to Sixteen-way
102    103       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
102    104       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
102    105       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
102    106       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
102    107       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
102    108       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
102    109       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
102    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
102    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
102    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
102    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
102    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
102    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
102    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
102    1C3       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
102    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
102    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
102    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
102    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
102    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
102    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
1C2    1C3       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Three-way
1C2    1C4       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Four-way
1C2    1C5       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Five-way
1C2    1C6       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Six-way
1C2    1C7       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Seven-way
1C2    1C8       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eight-way
1C2    1C9       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Nine-way
1C2    110       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Ten-way
1C2    111       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Eleven-way
1C2    112       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Twelve-way
1C2    113       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Thirteen-way
1C2    114       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fourteen-way
1C2    115       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Fifteen-way
1C2    116       C        Y       Y       Two-way to Sixteen-way
103    104       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
103    105       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
103    106       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
103    107       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
103    108       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
103    109       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
103    110       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Ten-way
103    111       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eleven-way
103    112       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Twelve-way
103    113       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Thirteen-way
103    114       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fourteen-way
103    115       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fifteen-way
103    116       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Sixteen-way
103    1C4       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
103    1C5       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
103    1C6       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
103    1C7       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
103    1C8       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
103    1C9       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
1C3    1C4       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Four-way
1C3    1C5       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Five-way
1C3    1C6       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Six-way
1C3    1C7       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Seven-way
1C3    1C8       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eight-way
1C3    1C9       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Nine-way
1C3    110       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Ten-way
1C3    111       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Eleven-way
1C3    112       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Twelve-way
1C3    113       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Thirteen-way
1C3    114       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fourteen-way
1C3    115       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Fifteen-way
1C3    116       C        Y       Y       Three-way to Sixteen-way
104    105       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
104    106       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
104    107       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
104    108       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
104    109       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
104    110       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Ten-way
104    111       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eleven-way
104    112       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Twelve-way
104    113       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Thirteen-way
104    114       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fourteen-way
104    115       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fifteen-way
104    116       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Sixteen-way
104    1C5       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
104    1C6       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
104    1C7       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
104    1C8       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
104    1C9       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
1C4    1C5       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Five-way
1C4    1C6       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Six-way
1C4    1C7       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Seven-way
1C4    1C8       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eight-way
1C4    1C9       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Nine-way
1C4    110       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Ten-way
1C4    111       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Eleven-way
1C4    112       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Twelve-way
1C4    113       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Thirteen-way
1C4    114       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fourteen-way
1C4    115       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Fifteen-way
1C4    116       C        Y       Y       Four-way to Sixteen-way
105    106       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
105    107       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
105    108       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
105    109       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
105    110       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Ten-way
105    111       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eleven-way
105    112       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Twelve-way
105    113       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Thirteen-way
105    114       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fourteen-way
105    115       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fifteen-way
105    116       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Sixteen-way
105    1C6       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
105    1C7       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
105    1C8       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
105    1C9       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
1C5    1C6       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Six-way
1C5    1C7       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Seven-way
1C5    1C8       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eight-way
1C5    1C9       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Nine-way
1C5    110       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Ten-way
1C5    111       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Eleven-way
1C5    112       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Twelve-way
1C5    113       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Thirteen-way
1C5    114       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fourteen-way
1C5    115       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Fifteen-way
1C5    116       C        Y       Y       Five-way to Sixteen-way
106    107       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
106    108       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
106    109       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
106    110       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Ten-way
106    111       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eleven-way
106    112       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Twelve-way
106    113       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Thirteen-way
106    114       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fourteen-way
106    115       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fifteen-way
106    116       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Sixteen-way
106    1C7       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
106    1C8       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
106    1C9       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
1C6    1C7       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Seven-way
1C6    1C8       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eight-way
1C6    1C9       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Nine-way
1C6    110       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Ten-way
1C6    111       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Eleven-way
1C6    112       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Twelve-way
1C6    113       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Thirteen-way
1C6    114       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fourteen-way
1C6    115       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Fifteen-way
1C6    116       C        Y       Y       Six-way to Sixteen-way
107    108       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
107    109       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
107    110       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Ten-way
107    111       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eleven-way
107    112       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Twelve-way
107    113       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Thirteen-way
107    114       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fourteen-way
107    115       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fifteen-way
107    116       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Sixteen-way
107    1C8       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
107    1C9       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
1C7    1C8       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eight-way
1C7    1C9       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Nine-way
1C7    110       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Ten-way
1C7    111       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Eleven-way
1C7    112       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Twelve-way
1C7    113       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Thirteen-way
1C7    114       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fourteen-way
1C7    115       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Fifteen-way
1C7    116       C        Y       Y       Seven-way to Sixteen-way
108    109       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
108    110       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Ten-way
108    111       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eleven-way
108    112       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Twelve-way
108    113       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Thirteen-way
108    114       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fourteen-way
108    115       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fifteen-way
108    116       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Sixteen-way
108    1C9       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
1C8    1C9       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Nine-way
1C8    110       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Ten-way
1C8    111       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Eleven-way
1C8    112       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Twelve-way
1C8    113       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Thirteen-way
1C8    114       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fourteen-way
1C8    115       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Fifteen-way
1C8    116       C        Y       Y       Eight-way to Sixteen-way
109    110       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Ten-way
109    111       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eleven-way
109    112       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Twelve-way
109    113       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Thirteen-way
109    114       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fourteen-way
109    115       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fifteen-way
109    116       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Sixteen-way
1C9    110       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Ten-way
1C9    111       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Eleven-way
1C9    112       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Twelve-way
1C9    113       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Thirteen-way
1C9    114       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fourteen-way
1C9    115       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Fifteen-way
1C9    116       C        Y       Y       Nine-way to Sixteen-way
110    111       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Eleven-way
110    112       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Twelve-way
110    113       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Thirteen-way
110    114       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fourteen-way
110    115       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Fifteen-way
110    116       C        Y       Y       Ten-way to Sixteen-way
111    112       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Twelve-way
111    113       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Thirteen-way
111    114       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Fourteen-way
111    115       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Fifteen-way
111    116       C        Y       Y       Eleven-way to Sixteen-way
112    113       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Thirteen-way
112    114       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Fourteen-way
112    115       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Fifteen-way
112    116       C        Y       Y       Twelve-way to Sixteen-way
113    114       C        Y       Y       Thirteen-way to
                                           Fourteen-way
113    115       C        Y       Y       Thirteen-way to Fifteen-way
113    116       C        Y       Y       Thirteen-way to Sixteen-way
114    115       C        Y       Y       Fourteen-way to Fifteen-way
114    116       C        Y       Y       Fourteen-way to Sixteen-way
115    116       C        Y       Y       Fifteen-way to Sixteen-way
 
Upgrades from z900 Model 100 to z900 Models 101 to 116 and
1C1 to 1C9
 
100    101       C        Y       Y       CF to One-way
100    102       C        Y       Y       CF to Two-way
100    103       C        Y       Y       CF to Three-way
100    104       C        Y       Y       CF to Four-way
100    105       C        Y       Y       CF to Five-way
100    106       C        Y       Y       CF to Six-way
100    107       C        Y       Y       CF to Seven-way
100    108       C        Y       Y       CF to Eight-way
100    109       C        Y       Y       CF to Nine-way
100    110       C        Y       Y       CF to Ten-way
100    111       C        Y       Y       CF to Eleven-way
100    112       C        Y       Y       CF to Twelve-way
100    113       C        Y       Y       CF to Thirteen-way
100    114       C        Y       Y       CF to Fourteen-way
100    115       C        Y       Y       CF to Fifteen-way
100    116       C        Y       Y       CF to Sixteen-way
100    1C1       C        Y       Y       CF to One-way
100    1C2       C        Y       Y       CF to Two-way
100    1C3       C        Y       Y       CF to Three-way
100    1C4       C        Y       Y       CF to Four-way
100    1C5       C        Y       Y       CF to Five-way
100    1C6       C        Y       Y       CF to Six-way
100    1C7       C        Y       Y       CF to Seven-way
100    1C8       C        Y       Y       CF to Eight-way
100    1C9       C        Y       Y       CF to Nine-way
(**)
A Special Bid Contract is required to order this model conversion.

Feature Conversions

                    Net      Continuous
Feature Conversion  Priced   Maintenance
From   To           (Y/N)    (Y/N)        Description
 
Upgrades from 9672 G5, R06, RA6, R16, T16, Y16, RB6, R26, T26,
Y26, RC6, R36, Y36, RD6, R46, Y46, R56, Y56, R66, Y66, R76, Y76,
R86, Y86, R96, Y96, RX6, YX6, and 9672 G6, X17, X27, X37, X47,
X57, X67, X77, X87, X97, XX7, XZ7, Z17, Z27, Z37, Z47, Z57, Z67,
Z77, Z87, Z97, Z97, ZX7, ZY7, ZZ7 to 2064 zSeries 900 Models
101 to 116 and 1C1 to 1C9
 
7010   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7010   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7015   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory


                    Net      Continuous
Feature Conversion  Priced   Maintenance
From   To           (Y/N)    (Y/N)        Description
 
7020   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7020   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7025   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7030   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7035   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7040   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8051         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7050   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7060   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7070   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7080   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7100   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7120   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7160   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7200   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7240   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7280   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7320   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7320   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7320   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7320   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7320   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
7320   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
2313   2324         Y        Y            ESCON to ESCON
2314   2315         Y        Y            FICON to FICON
2316   2318         Y        Y            FICON SW to FICON SW
2350   2365         Y        Y            GbE SX to GbE SX
2351   2364         Y        Y            GbE LX to GbE LX
2360   2362         Y        Y            ATM 155 SM to ATM 155 SM
2361   2363         Y        Y            ATM 155 MM to ATM 155 MM
2340   2366         Y        Y            OSA-E FEN to OSA-E FEN
5206   2363         Y        Y            OSA-2 ATM MM to OSA-E
                                           ATM MM
5207   2362         Y        Y            OSA-2 ATM MM to OSA-E
                                           ATM SM
5208   2366         Y        Y            OSA-2 FEN to OSA-E FEN
 
Upgrades from 2064 z900 Models 100 to 116 and 1C1 to 1C9 to
2064 z900 Models 100 to 116 and 1C1 to 1C9
 
8051   8061         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8051   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8071         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8061   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8081         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8071   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8101         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8081   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8100   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8100         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8121         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8101   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8120   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8120         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8141         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8121   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8140   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8140         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8161         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8141   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8160   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8160         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8181         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8161   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8180   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8180         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8201         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8181   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8200   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8200   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8200   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8200   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8200   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8200   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8200   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8200         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8241         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8201   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8240   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8240   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8240   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8240   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8240   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8240   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8240         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8281         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8241   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8280   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8280   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8280   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8280   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8280   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8281   8280         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8281   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8281   8321         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8281   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8281   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8281   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8281   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8320   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8320   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8320   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8320   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8321   8320         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8321   8400         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8321   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8321   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8321   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8400   8480         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8400   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8400   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8480   8560         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8480   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
8560   8640         Y        Y            Memory to Memory
 
Upgrades from 9672 G5 Models RA6, R16, T16, Y16, RB6, R26, T26, Y26,
RC6, R36, Y36, RD6, R46, Y46, R56, Y56, R66, Y66, R76, Y76, R86, Y86,
R96, Y96, RX6, YX6 to 2064 zSeries 900 Models 101 to 116 and 1C1
to 1C9
 
0901   1051         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0901   1052         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0901   1053         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0901   1054         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0901   1055         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0901   1056         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0901   1057         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0901   1058         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0901   1059         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0901   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
0901   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
0901   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
0901   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
0901   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
0901   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
0901   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
0901   1061         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0901   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0901   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0901   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0901   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0901   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0901   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0901   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0901   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0902   1051         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0902   1052         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0902   1053         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0902   1054         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0902   1055         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0902   1056         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0902   1057         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0902   1058         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0902   1059         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0902   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
0902   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
0902   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
0902   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
0902   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
0902   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
0902   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
0902   1061         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0902   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0902   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0902   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0902   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0902   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0902   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0902   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0902   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0916   1051         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0916   1052         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0916   1053         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0916   1054         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0916   1055         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0916   1056         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0916   1057         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0916   1058         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0916   1059         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0916   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
0916   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
0916   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
0916   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
0916   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
0916   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
0916   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
0916   1061         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0916   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0916   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0916   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0916   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0916   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0916   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0916   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0916   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0921   1051         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0921   1052         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0921   1053         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0921   1054         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0921   1055         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0921   1056         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0921   1057         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0921   1058         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0921   1059         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0921   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
0921   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
0921   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
0921   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
0921   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
0921   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
0921   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
0921   1061         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
0921   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
0921   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
0921   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
0921   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
0921   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
0921   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
0921   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
0921   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
0903   1051         Y        Y            Two-way to One-way
0903   1052         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0903   1053         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0903   1054         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0903   1055         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0903   1056         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0903   1057         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0903   1058         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0903   1059         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0903   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
0903   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
0903   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
0903   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
0903   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
0903   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
0903   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
0903   1061         Y        Y            Two-way to One-way
0903   1062         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0903   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0903   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0903   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0903   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0903   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0903   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0903   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0908   1051         Y        Y            Two-way to One-way
0908   1052         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0908   1053         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0908   1054         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0908   1055         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0908   1056         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0908   1057         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0908   1058         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0908   1059         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0908   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
0908   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
0908   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
0908   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
0908   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
0908   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
0908   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
0908   1061         Y        Y            Two-way to One-way
0908   1062         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0908   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0908   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0908   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0908   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0908   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0908   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0908   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0917   1051         Y        Y            Two-way to One-way
0917   1052         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0917   1053         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0917   1054         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0917   1055         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0917   1056         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0917   1057         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0917   1058         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0917   1059         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0917   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
0917   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
0917   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
0917   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
0917   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
0917   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
0917   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
0917   1061         Y        Y            Two-way to One-way
0917   1062         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0917   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0917   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0917   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0917   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0917   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0917   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0917   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0922   1052         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0922   1053         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0922   1054         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0922   1055         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0922   1056         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0922   1057         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0922   1058         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0922   1059         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0922   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
0922   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
0922   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
0922   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
0922   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
0922   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
0922   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
0922   1062         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
0922   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
0922   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
0922   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
0922   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
0922   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
0922   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
0922   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
0904   1052         Y        Y            Three-way to Two-way
0904   1053         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
0904   1054         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
0904   1055         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
0904   1056         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
0904   1057         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
0904   1058         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
0904   1059         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
0904   1070         Y        Y            Three-way to Ten-way
0904   1071         Y        Y            Three-way to Eleven-way
0904   1072         Y        Y            Three-way to Twelve-way
0904   1073         Y        Y            Three-way to Thirteen-way
0904   1074         Y        Y            Three-way to Fourteen-way
0904   1075         Y        Y            Three-way to Fifteen-way
0904   1076         Y        Y            Three-way to Sixteen-way
0904   1062         Y        Y            Three-way to Two-way
0904   1063         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
0904   1064         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
0904   1065         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
0904   1066         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
0904   1067         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
0904   1068         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
0904   1069         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
0905   1052         Y        Y            Three-way to Two-way
0905   1053         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
0905   1054         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
0905   1055         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
0905   1056         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
0905   1057         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
0905   1058         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
0905   1059         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
0905   1070         Y        Y            Three-way to Ten-way
0905   1071         Y        Y            Three-way to Eleven-way
0905   1072         Y        Y            Three-way to Twelve-way
0905   1073         Y        Y            Three-way to Thirteen-way
0905   1074         Y        Y            Three-way to Fourteen-way
0905   1075         Y        Y            Three-way to Fifteen-way
0905   1076         Y        Y            Three-way to Sixteen-way
0905   1062         Y        Y            Three-way to Two-way
0905   1063         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
0905   1064         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
0905   1065         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
0905   1066         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
0905   1067         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
0905   1068         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
0905   1069         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
0923   1052         Y        Y            Three-way to Two-way
0923   1053         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
0923   1054         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
0923   1055         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
0923   1056         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
0923   1057         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
0923   1058         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
0923   1059         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
0923   1070         Y        Y            Three-way to Ten-way
0923   1071         Y        Y            Three-way to Eleven-way
0923   1072         Y        Y            Three-way to Twelve-way
0923   1073         Y        Y            Three-way to Thirteen-way
0923   1074         Y        Y            Three-way to Fourteen-way
0923   1075         Y        Y            Three-way to Fifteen-way
0923   1076         Y        Y            Three-way to Sixteen-way
0923   1062         Y        Y            Three-way to Two-way
0923   1063         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
0923   1064         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
0923   1065         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
0923   1066         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
0923   1067         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
0923   1068         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
0923   1069         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
0906   1052         Y        Y            Four-way to Two-way
0906   1053         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
0906   1054         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
0906   1055         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
0906   1056         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
0906   1057         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
0906   1058         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
0906   1059         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
0906   1070         Y        Y            Four-way to Ten-way
0906   1071         Y        Y            Four-way to Eleven-way
0906   1072         Y        Y            Four-way to Twelve-way
0906   1073         Y        Y            Four-way to Thirteen-way
0906   1074         Y        Y            Four-way to Fourteen-way
0906   1075         Y        Y            Four-way to Fifteen-way
0906   1076         Y        Y            Four-way to Sixteen-way
0906   1062         Y        Y            Four-way to Two-way
0906   1063         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
0906   1064         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
0906   1065         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
0906   1066         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
0906   1067         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
0906   1068         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
0906   1069         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
0907   1052         Y        Y            Four-way to Two-way
0907   1053         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
0907   1054         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
0907   1055         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
0907   1056         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
0907   1057         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
0907   1058         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
0907   1059         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
0907   1070         Y        Y            Four-way to Ten-way
0907   1071         Y        Y            Four-way to Eleven-way
0907   1072         Y        Y            Four-way to Twelve-way
0907   1073         Y        Y            Four-way to Thirteen-way
0907   1074         Y        Y            Four-way to Fourteen-way
0907   1075         Y        Y            Four-way to Fifteen-way
0907   1076         Y        Y            Four-way to Sixteen-way
0907   1062         Y        Y            Four-way to Two-way
0907   1063         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
0907   1064         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
0907   1065         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
0907   1066         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
0907   1067         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
0907   1068         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
0907   1069         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
0924   1053         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
0924   1054         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
0924   1055         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
0924   1056         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
0924   1057         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
0924   1058         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
0924   1059         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
0924   1070         Y        Y            Four-way to Ten-way
0924   1071         Y        Y            Four-way to Eleven-way
0924   1072         Y        Y            Four-way to Twelve-way
0924   1073         Y        Y            Four-way to Thirteen-way
0924   1074         Y        Y            Four-way to Fourteen-way
0924   1075         Y        Y            Four-way to Fifteen-way
0924   1076         Y        Y            Four-way to Sixteen-way
0924   1063         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
0924   1064         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
0924   1065         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
0924   1066         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
0924   1067         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
0924   1068         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
0924   1069         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
0909   1053         Y        Y            Five-way to Three-way
0909   1054         Y        Y            Five-way to Four-way
0909   1055         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
0909   1056         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
0909   1057         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
0909   1058         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
0909   1059         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
0909   1070         Y        Y            Five-way to Ten-way
0909   1071         Y        Y            Five-way to Eleven-way
0909   1072         Y        Y            Five-way to Twelve-way
0909   1073         Y        Y            Five-way to Thirteen-way
0909   1074         Y        Y            Five-way to Fourteen-way
0909   1075         Y        Y            Five-way to Fifteen-way
0909   1076         Y        Y            Five-way to Sixteen-way
0909   1063         Y        Y            Five-way to Three-way
0909   1064         Y        Y            Five-way to Four-way
0909   1065         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
0909   1066         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
0909   1067         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
0909   1068         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
0909   1069         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
0925   1054         Y        Y            Five-way to Four-way
0925   1055         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
0925   1056         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
0925   1057         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
0925   1058         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
0925   1059         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
0925   1070         Y        Y            Five-way to Ten-way
0925   1071         Y        Y            Five-way to Eleven-way
0925   1072         Y        Y            Five-way to Twelve-way
0925   1073         Y        Y            Five-way to Thirteen-way
0925   1074         Y        Y            Five-way to Fourteen-way
0925   1075         Y        Y            Five-way to Fifteen-way
0925   1076         Y        Y            Five-way to Sixteen-way
0925   1064         Y        Y            Five-way to Four-way
0925   1065         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
0925   1066         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
0925   1067         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
0925   1068         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
0925   1069         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
0910   1053         Y        Y            Six-way to Three-way
0910   1054         Y        Y            Six-way to Four-way
0910   1055         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
0910   1056         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
0910   1057         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
0910   1058         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
0910   1059         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
0910   1070         Y        Y            Six-way to Ten-way
0910   1071         Y        Y            Six-way to Eleven-way
0910   1072         Y        Y            Six-way to Twelve-way
0910   1073         Y        Y            Six-way to Thirteen-way
0910   1074         Y        Y            Six-way to Fourteen-way
0910   1075         Y        Y            Six-way to Fifteen-way
0910   1076         Y        Y            Six-way to Sixteen-way
0910   1063         Y        Y            Six-way to Three-way
0910   1064         Y        Y            Six-way to Four-way
0910   1065         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
0910   1066         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
0910   1067         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
0910   1068         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
0910   1069         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
0926   1054         Y        Y            Six-way to Four-way
0926   1055         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
0926   1056         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
0926   1057         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
0926   1058         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
0926   1059         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
0926   1070         Y        Y            Six-way to Ten-way
0926   1071         Y        Y            Six-way to Eleven-way
0926   1072         Y        Y            Six-way to Twelve-way
0926   1073         Y        Y            Six-way to Thirteen-way
0926   1074         Y        Y            Six-way to Fourteen-way
0926   1075         Y        Y            Six-way to Fifteen-way
0926   1076         Y        Y            Six-way to Sixteen-way
0926   1064         Y        Y            Six-way to Four-way
0926   1065         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
0926   1066         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
0926   1067         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
0926   1068         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
0926   1069         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
0911   1054         Y        Y            Seven-way to Four-way
0911   1055         Y        Y            Seven-way to Five-way
0911   1056         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
0911   1057         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
0911   1058         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
0911   1059         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
0911   1070         Y        Y            Seven-way to Ten-way
0911   1071         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eleven-way
0911   1072         Y        Y            Seven-way to Twelve-way
0911   1073         Y        Y            Seven-way to Thirteen-way
0911   1074         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fourteen-way
0911   1075         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fifteen-way
0911   1076         Y        Y            Seven-way to Sixteen-way
0911   1064         Y        Y            Seven-way to Four-way
0911   1065         Y        Y            Seven-way to Five-way
0911   1066         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
0911   1067         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
0911   1068         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
0911   1069         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
0918   1055         Y        Y            Seven-way to Five-way
0918   1056         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
0918   1057         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
0918   1058         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
0918   1059         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
0918   1070         Y        Y            Seven-way to Ten-way
0918   1071         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eleven-way
0918   1072         Y        Y            Seven-way to Twelve-way
0918   1073         Y        Y            Seven-way to Thirteen-way
0918   1074         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fourteen-way
0918   1075         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fifteen-way
0918   1076         Y        Y            Seven-way to Sixteen-way
0918   1065         Y        Y            Seven-way to Five-way
0918   1066         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
0918   1067         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
0918   1068         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
0918   1069         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
0912   1054         Y        Y            Eight-way to Four-way
0912   1055         Y        Y            Eight-way to Five-way
0912   1056         Y        Y            Eight-way to Six-way
0912   1057         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
0912   1058         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
0912   1059         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
0912   1070         Y        Y            Eight-way to Ten-way
0912   1071         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eleven-way
0912   1072         Y        Y            Eight-way to Twelve-way
0912   1073         Y        Y            Eight-way to Thirteen-way
0912   1074         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fourteen-way
0912   1075         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fifteen-way
0912   1076         Y        Y            Eight-way to Sixteen-way
0912   1064         Y        Y            Eight-way to Four-way
0912   1065         Y        Y            Eight-way to Five-way
0912   1066         Y        Y            Eight-way to Six-way
0912   1067         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
0912   1068         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
0912   1069         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
0919   1055         Y        Y            Eight-way to Five-way
0919   1056         Y        Y            Eight-way to Six-way
0919   1057         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
0919   1058         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
0919   1059         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
0919   1070         Y        Y            Eight-way to Ten-way
0919   1071         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eleven-way
0919   1072         Y        Y            Eight-way to Twelve-way
0919   1073         Y        Y            Eight-way to Thirteen-way
0919   1074         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fourteen-way
0919   1075         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fifteen-way
0919   1076         Y        Y            Eight-way to Sixteen-way
0919   1065         Y        Y            Eight-way to Five-way
0919   1066         Y        Y            Eight-way to Six-way
0919   1067         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
0919   1068         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
0919   1069         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
0913   1055         Y        Y            Nine-way to Five-way
0913   1056         Y        Y            Nine-way to Six-way
0913   1057         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
0913   1058         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
0913   1059         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
0913   1070         Y        Y            Nine-way to Ten-way
0913   1071         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eleven-way
0913   1072         Y        Y            Nine-way to Twelve-way
0913   1073         Y        Y            Nine-way to Thirteen-way
0913   1074         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fourteen-way
0913   1075         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fifteen-way
0913   1076         Y        Y            Nine-way to Sixteen-way
0913   1065         Y        Y            Nine-way to Five-way
0913   1066         Y        Y            Nine-way to Six-way
0913   1067         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
0913   1068         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
0913   1069         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
0920   1055         Y        Y            Nine-way to Five-way
0920   1056         Y        Y            Nine-way to Six-way
0920   1057         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
0920   1058         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
0920   1059         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
0920   1070         Y        Y            Nine-way to Ten-way
0920   1071         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eleven-way
0920   1072         Y        Y            Nine-way to Twelve-way
0920   1073         Y        Y            Nine-way to Thirteen-way
0920   1074         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fourteen-way
0920   1075         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fifteen-way
0920   1076         Y        Y            Nine-way to Sixteen-way
0920   1065         Y        Y            Nine-way to Five-way
0920   1066         Y        Y            Nine-way to Six-way
0920   1067         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
0920   1068         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
0920   1069         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
0914   1055         Y        Y            Ten-way to Five-way
0914   1056         Y        Y            Ten-way to Six-way
0914   1057         Y        Y            Ten-way to Seven-way
0914   1058         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
0914   1059         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
0914   1070         Y        Y            Ten-way to Ten-way
0914   1071         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eleven-way
0914   1072         Y        Y            Ten-way to Twelve-way
0914   1073         Y        Y            Ten-way to Thirteen-way
0914   1074         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fourteen-way
0914   1075         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fifteen-way
0914   1076         Y        Y            Ten-way to Sixteen-way
0914   1065         Y        Y            Ten-way to Five-way
0914   1066         Y        Y            Ten-way to Six-way
0914   1067         Y        Y            Ten-way to Seven-way
0914   1068         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
0914   1069         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
0915   1056         Y        Y            Ten-way to Six-way
0915   1057         Y        Y            Ten-way to Seven-way
0915   1058         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
0915   1059         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
0915   1070         Y        Y            Ten-way to Ten-way
0915   1071         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eleven-way
0915   1072         Y        Y            Ten-way to Twelve-way
0915   1073         Y        Y            Ten-way to Thirteen-way
0915   1074         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fourteen-way
0915   1075         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fifteen-way
0915   1076         Y        Y            Ten-way to Sixteen-way
0915   1066         Y        Y            Ten-way to Six-way
0915   1067         Y        Y            Ten-way to Seven-way
0915   1068         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
0915   1069         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
 
Upgrades from 9672 G5 Model R06 to 2064 z900 Model 100
 
7971   1081         Y        Y            1-ICF to 1-ICF
7971   1082         Y        Y            1-ICF to 2-ICF
7971   1083         Y        Y            1-ICF to 3-ICF
7971   1084         Y        Y            1-ICF to 4-ICF
7971   1085         Y        Y            1-ICF to 5-ICF
7971   1086         Y        Y            1-ICF to 6-ICF
7971   1087         Y        Y            1-ICF to 7-ICF
7971   1088         Y        Y            1-ICF to 8-ICF
7971   1089         Y        Y            1-ICF to 9-ICF
7972   1082         Y        Y            2-ICF to 2-ICF
7972   1083         Y        Y            2-ICF to 3-ICF
7972   1084         Y        Y            2-ICF to 4-ICF
7972   1085         Y        Y            2-ICF to 5-ICF
7972   1086         Y        Y            2-ICF to 6-ICF
7972   1087         Y        Y            2-ICF to 7-ICF
7972   1088         Y        Y            2-ICF to 8-ICF
7972   1089         Y        Y            2-ICF to 9-ICF
7973   1083         Y        Y            3-ICF to 3-ICF
7973   1084         Y        Y            3-ICF to 4-ICF
7973   1085         Y        Y            3-ICF to 5-ICF
7973   1086         Y        Y            3-ICF to 6-ICF
7973   1087         Y        Y            3-ICF to 7-ICF
7973   1088         Y        Y            3-ICF to 8-ICF
7973   1089         Y        Y            3-ICF to 9-ICF
7974   1084         Y        Y            4-ICF to 4-ICF
7974   1085         Y        Y            4-ICF to 5-ICF
7974   1086         Y        Y            4-ICF to 6-ICF
7974   1087         Y        Y            4-ICF to 7-ICF
7974   1088         Y        Y            4-ICF to 8-ICF
7974   1089         Y        Y            4-ICF to 9-ICF
7975   1085         Y        Y            5-ICF to 5-ICF
7975   1086         Y        Y            5-ICF to 6-ICF
7975   1087         Y        Y            5-ICF to 7-ICF
7975   1088         Y        Y            5-ICF to 8-ICF
7975   1089         Y        Y            5-ICF to 9-ICF
7976   1086         Y        Y            6-ICF to 6-ICF
7976   1087         Y        Y            6-ICF to 7-ICF
7976   1088         Y        Y            6-ICF to 8-ICF
7976   1089         Y        Y            6-ICF to 9-ICF
7977   1087         Y        Y            7-ICF to 7-ICF
7977   1088         Y        Y            7-ICF to 8-ICF
7977   1089         Y        Y            7-ICF to 9-ICF
7978   1088         Y        Y            8-ICF to 8-ICF
7978   1089         Y        Y            8-ICF to 9-ICF
7979   1089         Y        Y            9-ICF to 9-ICF
7980   1089         Y        Y            10-ICF to 9-ICF
 
Upgrades from 9672 G5 Model R06 to 2064 z900 Models 101 to 116
and 1C1 to 1C9
 
7971   1051         Y        Y            1-ICF to One-way
7971   1052         Y        Y            1-ICF to Two-way
7971   1053         Y        Y            1-ICF to Three-way
7971   1054         Y        Y            1-ICF to Four-way
7971   1055         Y        Y            1-ICF to Five-way
7971   1056         Y        Y            1-ICF to Six-way
7971   1057         Y        Y            1-ICF to Seven-way
7971   1058         Y        Y            1-ICF to Eight-way
7971   1059         Y        Y            1-ICF to Nine-way
7971   1070         Y        Y            1-ICF to Ten-way
7971   1071         Y        Y            1-ICF to Eleven-way
7971   1072         Y        Y            1-ICF to Twelve-way
7971   1073         Y        Y            1-ICF to Thirteen-way
7971   1074         Y        Y            1-ICF to Fourteen-way
7971   1075         Y        Y            1-ICF to Fifteen-way
7971   1076         Y        Y            1-ICF to Sixteen-way
7971   1061         Y        Y            1-ICF to One-way
7971   1062         Y        Y            1-ICF to Two-way
7971   1063         Y        Y            1-ICF to Three-way
7971   1064         Y        Y            1-ICF to Four-way
7971   1065         Y        Y            1-ICF to Five-way
7971   1066         Y        Y            1-ICF to Six-way
7971   1067         Y        Y            1-ICF to Seven-way
7971   1068         Y        Y            1-ICF to Eight-way
7971   1069         Y        Y            1-ICF to Nine-way
7972   1052         Y        Y            2-ICF to Two-way
7972   1053         Y        Y            2-ICF to Three-way
7972   1054         Y        Y            2-ICF to Four-way
7972   1055         Y        Y            2-ICF to Five-way
7972   1056         Y        Y            2-ICF to Six-way
7972   1057         Y        Y            2-ICF to Seven-way
7972   1058         Y        Y            2-ICF to Eight-way
7972   1059         Y        Y            2-ICF to Nine-way
7972   1070         Y        Y            2-ICF to Ten-way
7972   1071         Y        Y            2-ICF to Eleven-way
7972   1072         Y        Y            2-ICF to Twelve-way
7972   1073         Y        Y            2-ICF to Thirteen-way
7972   1074         Y        Y            2-ICF to Fourteen-way
7972   1075         Y        Y            2-ICF to Fifteen-way
7972   1076         Y        Y            2-ICF to Sixteen-way
7972   1062         Y        Y            2-ICF to Two-way
7972   1063         Y        Y            2-ICF to Three-way
7972   1064         Y        Y            2-ICF to Four-way
7972   1065         Y        Y            2-ICF to Five-way
7972   1066         Y        Y            2-ICF to Six-way
7972   1067         Y        Y            2-ICF to Seven-way
7972   1068         Y        Y            2-ICF to Eight-way
7972   1069         Y        Y            2-ICF to Nine-way
7973   1053         Y        Y            3-ICF to Three-way
7973   1054         Y        Y            3-ICF to Four-way
7973   1055         Y        Y            3-ICF to Five-way
7973   1056         Y        Y            3-ICF to Six-way
7973   1057         Y        Y            3-ICF to Seven-way
7973   1058         Y        Y            3-ICF to Eight-way
7973   1059         Y        Y            3-ICF to Nine-way
7973   1070         Y        Y            3-ICF to Ten-way
7973   1071         Y        Y            3-ICF to Eleven-way
7973   1072         Y        Y            3-ICF to Twelve-way
7973   1073         Y        Y            3-ICF to Thirteen-way
7973   1074         Y        Y            3-ICF to Fourteen-way
7973   1075         Y        Y            3-ICF to Fifteen-way
7973   1076         Y        Y            3-ICF to Sixteen-way
7973   1063         Y        Y            3-ICF to Three-way
7973   1064         Y        Y            3-ICF to Four-way
7973   1065         Y        Y            3-ICF to Five-way
7973   1066         Y        Y            3-ICF to Six-way
7973   1067         Y        Y            3-ICF to Seven-way
7973   1068         Y        Y            3-ICF to Eight-way
7973   1069         Y        Y            3-ICF to Nine-way
7974   1054         Y        Y            4-ICF to Four-way
7974   1055         Y        Y            4-ICF to Five-way
7974   1056         Y        Y            4-ICF to Six-way
7974   1057         Y        Y            4-ICF to Seven-way
7974   1058         Y        Y            4-ICF to Eight-way
7974   1059         Y        Y            4-ICF to Nine-way
7974   1070         Y        Y            4-ICF to Ten-way
7974   1071         Y        Y            4-ICF to Eleven-way
7974   1072         Y        Y            4-ICF to Twelve-way
7974   1073         Y        Y            4-ICF to Thirteen-way
7974   1074         Y        Y            4-ICF to Fourteen-way
7974   1075         Y        Y            4-ICF to Fifteen-way
7974   1076         Y        Y            4-ICF to Sixteen-way
7974   1064         Y        Y            4-ICF to Four-way
7974   1065         Y        Y            4-ICF to Five-way
7974   1066         Y        Y            4-ICF to Six-way
7974   1067         Y        Y            4-ICF to Seven-way
7974   1068         Y        Y            4-ICF to Eight-way
7974   1069         Y        Y            4-ICF to Nine-way
7975   1055         Y        Y            5-ICF to Five-way
7975   1056         Y        Y            5-ICF to Six-way
7975   1057         Y        Y            5-ICF to Seven-way
7975   1058         Y        Y            5-ICF to Eight-way
7975   1059         Y        Y            5-ICF to Nine-way
7975   1070         Y        Y            5-ICF to Ten-way
7975   1071         Y        Y            5-ICF to Eleven-way
7975   1072         Y        Y            5-ICF to Twelve-way
7975   1073         Y        Y            5-ICF to Thirteen-way
7975   1074         Y        Y            5-ICF to Fourteen-way
7975   1075         Y        Y            5-ICF to Fifteen-way
7975   1076         Y        Y            5-ICF to Sixteen-way
7975   1065         Y        Y            5-ICF to Five-way
7975   1066         Y        Y            5-ICF to Six-way
7975   1067         Y        Y            5-ICF to Seven-way
7975   1068         Y        Y            5-ICF to Eight-way
7975   1069         Y        Y            5-ICF to Nine-way
7976   1056         Y        Y            6-ICF to Six-way
7976   1057         Y        Y            6-ICF to Seven-way
7976   1058         Y        Y            6-ICF to Eight-way
7976   1059         Y        Y            6-ICF to Nine-way
7976   1070         Y        Y            6-ICF to Ten-way
7976   1071         Y        Y            6-ICF to Eleven-way
7976   1072         Y        Y            6-ICF to Twelve-way
7976   1073         Y        Y            6-ICF to Thirteen-way
7976   1074         Y        Y            6-ICF to Fourteen-way
7976   1075         Y        Y            6-ICF to Fifteen-way
7976   1076         Y        Y            6-ICF to Sixteen-way
7976   1066         Y        Y            6-ICF to Six-way
7976   1067         Y        Y            6-ICF to Seven-way
7976   1068         Y        Y            6-ICF to Eight-way
7976   1069         Y        Y            6-ICF to Nine-way
7977   1057         Y        Y            7-ICF to Seven-way
7977   1058         Y        Y            7-ICF to Eight-way
7977   1059         Y        Y            7-ICF to Nine-way
7977   1070         Y        Y            7-ICF to Ten-way
7977   1071         Y        Y            7-ICF to Eleven-way
7977   1072         Y        Y            7-ICF to Twelve-way
7977   1073         Y        Y            7-ICF to Thirteen-way
7977   1074         Y        Y            7-ICF to Fourteen-way
7977   1075         Y        Y            7-ICF to Fifteen-way
7977   1076         Y        Y            7-ICF to Sixteen-way
7977   1067         Y        Y            7-ICF to Seven-way
7977   1068         Y        Y            7-ICF to Eight-way
7977   1069         Y        Y            7-ICF to Nine-way
7978   1058         Y        Y            8-ICF to Eight-way
7978   1059         Y        Y            8-ICF to Nine-way
7978   1070         Y        Y            8-ICF to Ten-way
7978   1071         Y        Y            8-ICF to Eleven-way
7978   1072         Y        Y            8-ICF to Twelve-way
7978   1073         Y        Y            8-ICF to Thirteen-way
7978   1074         Y        Y            8-ICF to Fourteen-way
7978   1075         Y        Y            8-ICF to Fifteen-way
7978   1076         Y        Y            8-ICF to Sixteen-way
7978   1068         Y        Y            8-ICF to Eight-way
7978   1069         Y        Y            8-ICF to Nine-way
7979   1059         Y        Y            9-ICF to Nine-way
7979   1070         Y        Y            9-ICF to Ten-way
7979   1071         Y        Y            9-ICF to Eleven-way
7979   1072         Y        Y            9-ICF to Twelve-way
7979   1073         Y        Y            9-ICF to Thirteen-way
7979   1074         Y        Y            9-ICF to Fourteen-way
7979   1075         Y        Y            9-ICF to Fifteen-way
7979   1076         Y        Y            9-ICF to Sixteen-way
7979   1069         Y        Y            9-ICF to Nine-way
7980   1070         Y        Y            10-ICF to Ten-way
7980   1071         Y        Y            10-ICF to Eleven-way
7980   1072         Y        Y            10-ICF to Twelve-way
7980   1073         Y        Y            10-ICF to Thirteen-way
7980   1074         Y        Y            10-ICF to Fourteen-way
7980   1075         Y        Y            10-ICF to Fifteen-way
7980   1076         Y        Y            10-ICF to Sixteen-way
 
Upgrades from 9672 G6 Models X17, X27, X37, X47, X57, X67, X77,
X87, X97, XX7, XY7, XZ7, Z17, Z27, Z37, Z47, Z57, Z67, Z77, Z87,
Z97, ZX7, ZY7, ZZ7 to 2064 z900 Models 101 to 116 and 1C1 to 1C9
 
1150   1051         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
1150   1052         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
1150   1053         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
1150   1054         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
1150   1055         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
1150   1056         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
1150   1057         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
1150   1058         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
1150   1059         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
1150   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
1150   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
1150   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
1150   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
1150   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
1150   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
1150   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
1150   1061         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
1150   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
1150   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
1150   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
1150   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
1150   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
1150   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
1150   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
1150   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
1162   1051         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
1162   1052         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
1162   1053         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
1162   1054         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
1162   1055         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
1162   1056         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
1162   1057         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
1162   1058         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
1162   1059         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
1162   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
1162   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
1162   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
1162   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
1162   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
1162   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
1162   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
1162   1061         Y        Y            One-way to One-way
1162   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
1162   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
1162   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
1162   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
1162   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
1162   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
1162   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
1162   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
1151   1052         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
1151   1053         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
1151   1054         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
1151   1055         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
1151   1056         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
1151   1057         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
1151   1058         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
1151   1059         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
1151   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
1151   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
1151   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
1151   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
1151   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
1151   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
1151   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
1151   1062         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
1151   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
1151   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
1151   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
1151   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
1151   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
1151   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
1151   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
1163   1052         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
1163   1053         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
1163   1054         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
1163   1055         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
1163   1056         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
1163   1057         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
1163   1058         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
1163   1059         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
1163   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
1163   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
1163   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
1163   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
1163   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
1163   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
1163   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
1163   1062         Y        Y            Two-way to Two-way
1163   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
1163   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
1163   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
1163   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
1163   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
1163   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
1163   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
1152   1053         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
1152   1054         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
1152   1055         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
1152   1056         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
1152   1057         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
1152   1058         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
1152   1059         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
1152   1070         Y        Y            Three-way to Ten-way
1152   1071         Y        Y            Three-way to Eleven-way
1152   1072         Y        Y            Three-way to Twelve-way
1152   1073         Y        Y            Three-way to Thirteen-way
1152   1074         Y        Y            Three-way to Fourteen-way
1152   1075         Y        Y            Three-way to Fifteen-way
1152   1076         Y        Y            Three-way to Sixteen-way
1152   1063         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
1152   1064         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
1152   1065         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
1152   1066         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
1152   1067         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
1152   1068         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
1152   1069         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
1164   1053         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
1164   1054         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
1164   1055         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
1164   1056         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
1164   1057         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
1164   1058         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
1164   1059         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
1164   1070         Y        Y            Three-way to Ten-way
1164   1071         Y        Y            Three-way to Eleven-way
1164   1072         Y        Y            Three-way to Twelve-way
1164   1073         Y        Y            Three-way to Thirteen-way
1164   1074         Y        Y            Three-way to Fourteen-way
1164   1075         Y        Y            Three-way to Fifteen-way
1164   1076         Y        Y            Three-way to Sixteen-way
1164   1063         Y        Y            Three-way to Three-way
1164   1064         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
1164   1065         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
1164   1066         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
1164   1067         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
1164   1068         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
1164   1069         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
1153   1053         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
1153   1054         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
1153   1055         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
1153   1056         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
1153   1057         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
1153   1058         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
1153   1059         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
1153   1070         Y        Y            Four-way to Ten-way
1153   1071         Y        Y            Four-way to Eleven-way
1153   1072         Y        Y            Four-way to Twelve-way
1153   1073         Y        Y            Four-way to Thirteen-way
1153   1074         Y        Y            Four-way to Fourteen-way
1153   1075         Y        Y            Four-way to Fifteen-way
1153   1076         Y        Y            Four-way to Sixteen-way
1153   1063         Y        Y            Four-way to Three-way
1153   1064         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
1153   1065         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
1153   1066         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
1153   1067         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
1153   1068         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
1153   1069         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
1165   1054         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
1165   1055         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
1165   1056         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
1165   1057         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
1165   1058         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
1165   1059         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
1165   1070         Y        Y            Four-way to Ten-way
1165   1071         Y        Y            Four-way to Eleven-way
1165   1072         Y        Y            Four-way to Twelve-way
1165   1073         Y        Y            Four-way to Thirteen-way
1165   1074         Y        Y            Four-way to Fourteen-way
1165   1075         Y        Y            Four-way to Fifteen-way
1165   1076         Y        Y            Four-way to Sixteen-way
1165   1064         Y        Y            Four-way to Four-way
1165   1065         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
1165   1066         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
1165   1067         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
1165   1068         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
1165   1069         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
1154   1054         Y        Y            Five-way to Four-way
1154   1055         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
1154   1056         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
1154   1057         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
1154   1058         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
1154   1059         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
1154   1070         Y        Y            Five-way to Ten-way
1154   1071         Y        Y            Five-way to Eleven-way
1154   1072         Y        Y            Five-way to Twelve-way
1154   1073         Y        Y            Five-way to Thirteen-way
1154   1074         Y        Y            Five-way to Fourteen-way
1154   1075         Y        Y            Five-way to Fifteen-way
1154   1076         Y        Y            Five-way to Sixteen-way
1154   1064         Y        Y            Five-way to Four-way
1154   1065         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
1154   1066         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
1154   1067         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
1154   1068         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
1154   1069         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
1166   1055         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
1166   1056         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
1166   1057         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
1166   1058         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
1166   1059         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
1166   1070         Y        Y            Five-way to Ten-way
1166   1071         Y        Y            Five-way to Eleven-way
1166   1072         Y        Y            Five-way to Twelve-way
1166   1073         Y        Y            Five-way to Thirteen-way
1166   1074         Y        Y            Five-way to Fourteen-way
1166   1075         Y        Y            Five-way to Fifteen-way
1166   1076         Y        Y            Five-way to Sixteen-way
1166   1065         Y        Y            Five-way to Five-way
1166   1066         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
1166   1067         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
1166   1068         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
1166   1069         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
1155   1055         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
1155   1056         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
1155   1057         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
1155   1058         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
1155   1059         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
1155   1070         Y        Y            Six-way to Ten-way
1155   1071         Y        Y            Six-way to Eleven-way
1155   1072         Y        Y            Six-way to Twelve-way
1155   1073         Y        Y            Six-way to Thirteen-way
1155   1074         Y        Y            Six-way to Fourteen-way
1155   1075         Y        Y            Six-way to Fifteen-way
1155   1076         Y        Y            Six-way to Sixteen-way
1155   1065         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
1155   1066         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
1155   1067         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
1155   1068         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
1155   1069         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
1167   1055         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
1167   1056         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
1167   1057         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
1167   1058         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
1167   1059         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
1167   1070         Y        Y            Six-way to Ten-way
1167   1071         Y        Y            Six-way to Eleven-way
1167   1072         Y        Y            Six-way to Twelve-way
1167   1073         Y        Y            Six-way to Thirteen-way
1167   1074         Y        Y            Six-way to Fourteen-way
1167   1075         Y        Y            Six-way to Fifteen-way
1167   1076         Y        Y            Six-way to Sixteen-way
1167   1065         Y        Y            Six-way to Five-way
1167   1066         Y        Y            Six-way to Six-way
1167   1067         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
1167   1068         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
1167   1069         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
1156   1055         Y        Y            Seven-way to Five-way
1156   1056         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
1156   1057         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
1156   1058         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
1156   1059         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
1156   1070         Y        Y            Seven-way to Ten-way
1156   1071         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eleven-way
1156   1072         Y        Y            Seven-way to Twelve-way
1156   1073         Y        Y            Seven-way to Thirteen-way
1156   1074         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fourteen-way
1156   1075         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fifteen-way
1156   1076         Y        Y            Seven-way to Sixteen-way
1156   1065         Y        Y            Seven-way to Five-way
1156   1066         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
1156   1067         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
1156   1068         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
1156   1069         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
1168   1056         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
1168   1057         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
1168   1058         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
1168   1059         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
1168   1070         Y        Y            Seven-way to Ten-way
1168   1071         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eleven-way
1168   1072         Y        Y            Seven-way to Twelve-way
1168   1073         Y        Y            Seven-way to Thirteen-way
1168   1074         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fourteen-way
1168   1075         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fifteen-way
1168   1076         Y        Y            Seven-way to Sixteen-way
1168   1066         Y        Y            Seven-way to Six-way
1168   1067         Y        Y            Seven-way to Seven-way
1168   1068         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
1168   1069         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
1157   1056         Y        Y            Eight-way to Six-way
1157   1057         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
1157   1058         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
1157   1059         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
1157   1070         Y        Y            Eight-way to Ten-way
1157   1071         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eleven-way
1157   1072         Y        Y            Eight-way to Twelve-way
1157   1073         Y        Y            Eight-way to Thirteen-way
1157   1074         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fourteen-way
1157   1075         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fifteen-way
1157   1076         Y        Y            Eight-way to Sixteen-way
1157   1066         Y        Y            Eight-way to Six-way
1157   1067         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
1157   1068         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
1157   1069         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
1169   1057         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
1169   1058         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
1169   1059         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
1169   1070         Y        Y            Eight-way to Ten-way
1169   1071         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eleven-way
1169   1072         Y        Y            Eight-way to Twelve-way
1169   1073         Y        Y            Eight-way to Thirteen-way
1169   1074         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fourteen-way
1169   1075         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fifteen-way
1169   1076         Y        Y            Eight-way to Sixteen-way
1169   1067         Y        Y            Eight-way to Seven-way
1169   1068         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eight-way
1169   1069         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
1158   1056         Y        Y            Nine-way to Six-way
1158   1057         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
1158   1058         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
1158   1059         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
1158   1070         Y        Y            Nine-way to Ten-way
1158   1071         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eleven-way
1158   1072         Y        Y            Nine-way to Twelve-way
1158   1073         Y        Y            Nine-way to Thirteen-way
1158   1074         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fourteen-way
1158   1075         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fifteen-way
1158   1076         Y        Y            Nine-way to Sixteen-way
1158   1066         Y        Y            Nine-way to Six-way
1158   1067         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
1158   1068         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
1158   1069         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
1170   1057         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
1170   1058         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
1170   1059         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
1170   1070         Y        Y            Nine-way to Ten-way
1170   1071         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eleven-way
1170   1072         Y        Y            Nine-way to Twelve-way
1170   1073         Y        Y            Nine-way to Thirteen-way
1170   1074         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fourteen-way
1170   1075         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fifteen-way
1170   1076         Y        Y            Nine-way to Sixteen-way
1170   1067         Y        Y            Nine-way to Seven-way
1170   1068         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eight-way
1170   1069         Y        Y            Nine-way to Nine-way
1159   1057         Y        Y            Ten-way to Seven-way
1159   1058         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
1159   1059         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
1159   1070         Y        Y            Ten-way to Ten-way
1159   1071         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eleven-way
1159   1072         Y        Y            Ten-way to Twelve-way
1159   1073         Y        Y            Ten-way to Thirteen-way
1159   1074         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fourteen-way
1159   1075         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fifteen-way
1159   1076         Y        Y            Ten-way to Sixteen-way
1159   1067         Y        Y            Ten-way to Seven-way
1159   1068         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
1159   1069         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
1171   1058         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
1171   1059         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
1171   1070         Y        Y            Ten-way to Ten-way
1171   1071         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eleven-way
1171   1072         Y        Y            Ten-way to Twelve-way
1171   1073         Y        Y            Ten-way to Thirteen-way
1171   1074         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fourteen-way
1171   1075         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fifteen-way
1171   1076         Y        Y            Ten-way to Sixteen-way
1171   1068         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eight-way
1171   1069         Y        Y            Ten-way to Nine-way
1160   1057         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Seven-way
1160   1058         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Eight-way
1160   1059         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Nine-way
1160   1070         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Ten-way
1160   1071         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Eleven-way
1160   1072         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Twelve-way
1160   1073         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Thirteen-way
1160   1074         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Fourteen-way
1160   1075         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Fifteen-way
1160   1076         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Sixteen-way
1160   1067         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Seven-way
1160   1068         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Eight-way
1160   1069         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Nine-way
1172   1059         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Nine-way
1172   1070         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Ten-way
1172   1071         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Eleven-way
1172   1072         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Twelve-way
1172   1073         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Thirteen-way
1172   1074         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Fourteen-way
1172   1075         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Fifteen-way
1172   1076         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Sixteen-way
1172   1069         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Nine-way
1161   1058         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Eight-way
1161   1059         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Nine-way
1161   1070         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Ten-way
1161   1071         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Eleven-way
1161   1072         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Twelve-way
1161   1073         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Thirteen-way
1161   1074         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Fourteen-way
1161   1075         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Fifteen-way
1161   1076         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Sixteen-way
1161   1068         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Eight-way
1161   1069         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Nine-way
1173   1059         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Nine-way
1173   1070         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Ten-way
1173   1071         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Eleven-way
1173   1072         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Twelve-way
1173   1073         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Thirteen-way
1173   1074         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Fourteen-way
1173   1075         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Fifteen-way
1173   1076         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Sixteen-way
1173   1069         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Nine-way
 
zSeries 900 Models 101 to 116 and 1C1 to 1C9 to zSeries 900
Models 102 to 116 and 1C2 to 1C9
 
1051   1052         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
1051   1053         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
1051   1054         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
1051   1055         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
1051   1056         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
1051   1057         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
1051   1058         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
1051   1059         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
1051   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
1051   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
1051   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
1051   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
1051   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
1051   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
1051   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
1051   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
1051   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
1051   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
1051   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
1051   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
1051   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
1051   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
1051   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
1061   1062         Y        Y            One-way to Two-way
1061   1063         Y        Y            One-way to Three-way
1061   1064         Y        Y            One-way to Four-way
1061   1065         Y        Y            One-way to Five-way
1061   1066         Y        Y            One-way to Six-way
1061   1067         Y        Y            One-way to Seven-way
1061   1068         Y        Y            One-way to Eight-way
1061   1069         Y        Y            One-way to Nine-way
1061   1070         Y        Y            One-way to Ten-way
1061   1071         Y        Y            One-way to Eleven-way
1061   1072         Y        Y            One-way to Twelve-way
1061   1073         Y        Y            One-way to Thirteen-way
1061   1074         Y        Y            One-way to Fourteen-way
1061   1075         Y        Y            One-way to Fifteen-way
1061   1076         Y        Y            One-way to Sixteen-way
1052   1053         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
1052   1054         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
1052   1055         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
1052   1056         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
1052   1057         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
1052   1058         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
1052   1059         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
1052   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
1052   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
1052   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
1052   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
1052   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
1052   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
1052   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
1052   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
1052   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
1052   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
1052   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
1052   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
1052   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
1052   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
1062   1063         Y        Y            Two-way to Three-way
1062   1064         Y        Y            Two-way to Four-way
1062   1065         Y        Y            Two-way to Five-way
1062   1066         Y        Y            Two-way to Six-way
1062   1067         Y        Y            Two-way to Seven-way
1062   1068         Y        Y            Two-way to Eight-way
1062   1069         Y        Y            Two-way to Nine-way
1062   1070         Y        Y            Two-way to Ten-way
1062   1071         Y        Y            Two-way to Eleven-way
1062   1072         Y        Y            Two-way to Twelve-way
1062   1073         Y        Y            Two-way to Thirteen-way
1062   1074         Y        Y            Two-way to Fourteen-way
1062   1075         Y        Y            Two-way to Fifteen-way
1062   1076         Y        Y            Two-way to Sixteen-way
1053   1054         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
1053   1055         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
1053   1056         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
1053   1057         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
1053   1058         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
1053   1059         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
1053   1070         Y        Y            Three-way to Ten-way
1053   1071         Y        Y            Three-way to Eleven-way
1053   1072         Y        Y            Three-way to Twelve-way
1053   1073         Y        Y            Three-way to Thirteen-way
1053   1074         Y        Y            Three-way to Fourteen-way
1053   1075         Y        Y            Three-way to Fifteen-way
1053   1076         Y        Y            Three-way to Sixteen-way
1053   1064         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
1053   1065         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
1053   1066         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
1053   1067         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
1053   1068         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
1053   1069         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
1063   1064         Y        Y            Three-way to Four-way
1063   1065         Y        Y            Three-way to Five-way
1063   1066         Y        Y            Three-way to Six-way
1063   1067         Y        Y            Three-way to Seven-way
1063   1068         Y        Y            Three-way to Eight-way
1063   1069         Y        Y            Three-way to Nine-way
1063   1070         Y        Y            Three-way to Ten-way
1063   1071         Y        Y            Three-way to Eleven-way
1063   1072         Y        Y            Three-way to Twelve-way
1063   1073         Y        Y            Three-way to Thirteen-way
1063   1074         Y        Y            Three-way to Fourteen-way
1063   1075         Y        Y            Three-way to Fifteen-way
1063   1076         Y        Y            Three-way to Sixteen-way
1054   1055         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
1054   1056         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
1054   1057         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
1054   1058         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
1054   1059         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
1054   1070         Y        Y            Four-way to Ten-way
1054   1071         Y        Y            Four-way to Eleven-way
1054   1072         Y        Y            Four-way to Twelve-way
1054   1073         Y        Y            Four-way to Thirteen-way
1054   1074         Y        Y            Four-way to Fourteen-way
1054   1075         Y        Y            Four-way to Fifteen-way
1054   1076         Y        Y            Four-way to Sixteen-way
1054   1065         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
1054   1066         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
1054   1067         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
1054   1068         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
1054   1069         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
1064   1065         Y        Y            Four-way to Five-way
1064   1066         Y        Y            Four-way to Six-way
1064   1067         Y        Y            Four-way to Seven-way
1064   1068         Y        Y            Four-way to Eight-way
1064   1069         Y        Y            Four-way to Nine-way
1064   1070         Y        Y            Four-way to Ten-way
1064   1071         Y        Y            Four-way to Eleven-way
1064   1072         Y        Y            Four-way to Twelve-way
1064   1073         Y        Y            Four-way to Thirteen-way
1064   1074         Y        Y            Four-way to Fourteen-way
1064   1075         Y        Y            Four-way to Fifteen-way
1064   1076         Y        Y            Four-way to Sixteen-way
1055   1056         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
1055   1057         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
1055   1058         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
1055   1059         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
1055   1070         Y        Y            Five-way to Ten-way
1055   1071         Y        Y            Five-way to Eleven-way
1055   1072         Y        Y            Five-way to Twelve-way
1055   1073         Y        Y            Five-way to Thirteen-way
1055   1074         Y        Y            Five-way to Fourteen-way
1055   1075         Y        Y            Five-way to Fifteen-way
1055   1076         Y        Y            Five-way to Sixteen-way
1055   1066         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
1055   1067         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
1055   1068         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
1055   1069         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
1065   1066         Y        Y            Five-way to Six-way
1065   1067         Y        Y            Five-way to Seven-way
1065   1068         Y        Y            Five-way to Eight-way
1065   1069         Y        Y            Five-way to Nine-way
1065   1070         Y        Y            Five-way to Ten-way
1065   1071         Y        Y            Five-way to Eleven-way
1065   1072         Y        Y            Five-way to Twelve-way
1065   1073         Y        Y            Five-way to Thirteen-way
1065   1074         Y        Y            Five-way to Fourteen-way
1065   1075         Y        Y            Five-way to Fifteen-way
1065   1076         Y        Y            Five-way to Sixteen-way
1056   1057         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
1056   1058         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
1056   1059         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
1056   1070         Y        Y            Six-way to Ten-way
1056   1071         Y        Y            Six-way to Eleven-way
1056   1072         Y        Y            Six-way to Twelve-way
1056   1073         Y        Y            Six-way to Thirteen-way
1056   1074         Y        Y            Six-way to Fourteen-way
1056   1075         Y        Y            Six-way to Fifteen-way
1056   1076         Y        Y            Six-way to Sixteen-way
1056   1067         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
1056   1068         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
1056   1069         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
1066   1067         Y        Y            Six-way to Seven-way
1066   1068         Y        Y            Six-way to Eight-way
1066   1069         Y        Y            Six-way to Nine-way
1066   1070         Y        Y            Six-way to Ten-way
1066   1071         Y        Y            Six-way to Eleven-way
1066   1072         Y        Y            Six-way to Twelve-way
1066   1073         Y        Y            Six-way to Thirteen-way
1066   1074         Y        Y            Six-way to Fourteen-way
1066   1075         Y        Y            Six-way to Fifteen-way
1066   1076         Y        Y            Six-way to Sixteen-way
1057   1058         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
1057   1059         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
1057   1070         Y        Y            Seven-way to Ten-way
1057   1071         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eleven-way
1057   1072         Y        Y            Seven-way to Twelve-way
1057   1073         Y        Y            Seven-way to Thirteen-way
1057   1074         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fourteen-way
1057   1075         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fifteen-way
1057   1076         Y        Y            Seven-way to Sixteen-way
1057   1068         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
1057   1069         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
1067   1068         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eight-way
1067   1069         Y        Y            Seven-way to Nine-way
1067   1070         Y        Y            Seven-way to Ten-way
1067   1071         Y        Y            Seven-way to Eleven-way
1067   1072         Y        Y            Seven-way to Twelve-way
1067   1073         Y        Y            Seven-way to Thirteen-way
1067   1074         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fourteen-way
1067   1075         Y        Y            Seven-way to Fifteen-way
1067   1076         Y        Y            Seven-way to Sixteen-way
1058   1059         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
1058   1070         Y        Y            Eight-way to Ten-way
1058   1071         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eleven-way
1058   1072         Y        Y            Eight-way to Twelve-way
1058   1073         Y        Y            Eight-way to Thirteen-way
1058   1074         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fourteen-way
1058   1075         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fifteen-way
1058   1076         Y        Y            Eight-way to Sixteen-way
1058   1069         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
1068   1069         Y        Y            Eight-way to Nine-way
1068   1070         Y        Y            Eight-way to Ten-way
1068   1071         Y        Y            Eight-way to Eleven-way
1068   1072         Y        Y            Eight-way to Twelve-way
1068   1073         Y        Y            Eight-way to Thirteen-way
1068   1074         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fourteen-way
1068   1075         Y        Y            Eight-way to Fifteen-way
1068   1076         Y        Y            Eight-way to Sixteen-way
1059   1070         Y        Y            Nine-way to Ten-way
1059   1071         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eleven-way
1059   1072         Y        Y            Nine-way to Twelve-way
1059   1073         Y        Y            Nine-way to Thirteen-way
1059   1074         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fourteen-way
1059   1075         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fifteen-way
1059   1076         Y        Y            Nine-way to Sixteen-way
1069   1070         Y        Y            Nine-way to Ten-way
1069   1071         Y        Y            Nine-way to Eleven-way
1069   1072         Y        Y            Nine-way to Twelve-way
1069   1073         Y        Y            Nine-way to Thirteen-way
1069   1074         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fourteen-way
1069   1075         Y        Y            Nine-way to Fifteen-way
1069   1076         Y        Y            Nine-way to Sixteen-way
1070   1071         Y        Y            Ten-way to Eleven-way
1070   1072         Y        Y            Ten-way to Twelve-way
1070   1073         Y        Y            Ten-way to Thirteen-way
1070   1074         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fourteen-way
1070   1075         Y        Y            Ten-way to Fifteen-way
1070   1076         Y        Y            Ten-way to Sixteen-way
1071   1072         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Twelve-way
1071   1073         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Thirteen-way
1071   1074         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Fourteen-way
1071   1075         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Fifteen-way
1071   1076         Y        Y            Eleven-way to Sixteen-way
1072   1073         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Thirteen-way
1072   1074         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Fourteen-way
1072   1075         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Fifteen-way
1072   1076         Y        Y            Twelve-way to Sixteen-way
1073   1074         Y        Y            Thirteen-way to
                                           Fourteen-way
1073   1075         Y        Y            Thirteen-way to Fifteen-way
1073   1076         Y        Y            Thirteen-way to Sixteen-way
1074   1075         Y        Y            Fourteen-way to Fifteen-way
1074   1076         Y        Y            Fourteen-way to Sixteen-way
1075   1076         Y        Y            Fifteen-way to Sixteen-way
 
zSeries 900 Model 100 to zSeries 900 Model 100 Vertical Upgrades
 
1081   1082         Y        Y            1-ICF to 2-ICF
1081   1083         Y        Y            1-ICF to 3-ICF
1081   1084         Y        Y            1-ICF to 4-ICF
1081   1085         Y        Y            1-ICF to 5-ICF
1081   1086         Y        Y            1-ICF to 6-ICF
1081   1087         Y        Y            1-ICF to 7-ICF
1081   1088         Y        Y            1-ICF to 8-ICF
1081   1089         Y        Y            1-ICF to 9-ICF
1082   1083         Y        Y            2-ICF to 3-ICF
1082   1084         Y        Y            2-ICF to 4-ICF
1082   1085         Y        Y            2-ICF to 5-ICF
1082   1086         Y        Y            2-ICF to 6-ICF
1082   1087         Y        Y            2-ICF to 7-ICF
1082   1088         Y        Y            2-ICF to 8-ICF
1082   1089         Y        Y            2-ICF to 9-ICF
1083   1084         Y        Y            3-ICF to 4-ICF
1083   1085         Y        Y            3-ICF to 5-ICF
1083   1086         Y        Y            3-ICF to 6-ICF
1083   1087         Y        Y            3-ICF to 7-ICF
1083   1088         Y        Y            3-ICF to 8-ICF
1083   1089         Y        Y            3-ICF to 9-ICF
1084   1085         Y        Y            4-ICF to 5-ICF
1084   1086         Y        Y            4-ICF to 6-ICF
1084   1087         Y        Y            4-ICF to 7-ICF
1084   1088         Y        Y            4-ICF to 8-ICF
1084   1089         Y        Y            4-ICF to 9-ICF
1085   1086         Y        Y            5-ICF to 6-ICF
1085   1087         Y        Y            5-ICF to 7-ICF
1085   1088         Y        Y            5-ICF to 8-ICF
1085   1089         Y        Y            5-ICF to 9-ICF
1086   1087         Y        Y            6-ICF to 7-ICF
1086   1088         Y        Y            6-ICF to 8-ICF
1086   1089         Y        Y            6-ICF to 9-ICF
1087   1088         Y        Y            7-ICF to 8-ICF
1087   1089         Y        Y            7-ICF to 9-ICF
1088   1089         Y        Y            8-ICF to 9-ICF
 
zSeries 900 Models 100 to zSeries 900 Models 101 to 116 and
1C1 to 1C9
 
1081   1051         Y        Y            1-ICF to One-way
1081   1052         Y        Y            1-ICF to Two-way
1081   1053         Y        Y            1-ICF to Three-way
1081   1054         Y        Y            1-ICF to Four-way
1081   1055         Y        Y            1-ICF to Five-way
1081   1056         Y        Y            1-ICF to Six-way
1081   1057         Y        Y            1-ICF to Seven-way
1081   1058         Y        Y            1-ICF to Eight-way
1081   1059         Y        Y            1-ICF to Nine-way
1081   1070         Y        Y            1-ICF to Ten-way
1081   1071         Y        Y            1-ICF to Eleven-way
1081   1072         Y        Y            1-ICF to Twelve-way
1081   1073         Y        Y            1-ICF to Thirteen-way
1081   1074         Y        Y            1-ICF to Fourteen-way
1081   1075         Y        Y            1-ICF to Fifteen-way
1081   1076         Y        Y            1-ICF to Sixteen-way
1081   1061         Y        Y            1-ICF to One-way
1081   1062         Y        Y            1-ICF to Two-way
1081   1063         Y        Y            1-ICF to Three-way
1081   1064         Y        Y            1-ICF to Four-way
1081   1065         Y        Y            1-ICF to Five-way
1081   1066         Y        Y            1-ICF to Six-way
1081   1067         Y        Y            1-ICF to Seven-way
1081   1068         Y        Y            1-ICF to Eight-way
1081   1069         Y        Y            1-ICF to Nine-way
1082   1052         Y        Y            2-ICF to Two-way
1082   1053         Y        Y            2-ICF to Three-way
1082   1054         Y        Y            2-ICF to Four-way
1082   1055         Y        Y            2-ICF to Five-way
1082   1056         Y        Y            2-ICF to Six-way
1082   1057         Y        Y            2-ICF to Seven-way
1082   1058         Y        Y            2-ICF to Eight-way
1082   1059         Y        Y            2-ICF to Nine-way
1082   1070         Y        Y            2-ICF to Ten-way
1082   1071         Y        Y            2-ICF to Eleven-way
1082   1072         Y        Y            2-ICF to Twelve-way
1082   1073         Y        Y            2-ICF to Thirteen-way
1082   1074         Y        Y            2-ICF to Fourteen-way
1082   1075         Y        Y            2-ICF to Fifteen-way
1082   1076         Y        Y            2-ICF to Sixteen-way
1082   1062         Y        Y            2-ICF to Two-way
1082   1063         Y        Y            2-ICF to Three-way
1082   1064         Y        Y            2-ICF to Four-way
1082   1065         Y        Y            2-ICF to Five-way
1082   1066         Y        Y            2-ICF to Six-way
1082   1067         Y        Y            2-ICF to Seven-way
1082   1068         Y        Y            2-ICF to Eight-way
1082   1069         Y        Y            2-ICF to Nine-way
1083   1053         Y        Y            3-ICF to Three-way
1083   1054         Y        Y            3-ICF to Four-way
1083   1055         Y        Y            3-ICF to Five-way
1083   1056         Y        Y            3-ICF to Six-way
1083   1057         Y        Y            3-ICF to Seven-way
1083   1058         Y        Y            3-ICF to Eight-way
1083   1059         Y        Y            3-ICF to Nine-way
1083   1070         Y        Y            3-ICF to Ten-way
1083   1071         Y        Y            3-ICF to Eleven-way
1083   1072         Y        Y            3-ICF to Twelve-way
1083   1073         Y        Y            3-ICF to Thirteen-way
1083   1074         Y        Y            3-ICF to Fourteen-way
1083   1075         Y        Y            3-ICF to Fifteen-way
1083   1076         Y        Y            3-ICF to Sixteen-way
1083   1063         Y        Y            3-ICF to Three-way
1083   1064         Y        Y            3-ICF to Four-way
1083   1065         Y        Y            3-ICF to Five-way
1083   1066         Y        Y            3-ICF to Six-way
1083   1067         Y        Y            3-ICF to Seven-way
1083   1068         Y        Y            3-ICF to Eight-way
1083   1069         Y        Y            3-ICF to Nine-way
1084   1054         Y        Y            4-ICF to Four-way
1084   1055         Y        Y            4-ICF to Five-way
1084   1056         Y        Y            4-ICF to Six-way
1084   1057         Y        Y            4-ICF to Seven-way
1084   1058         Y        Y            4-ICF to Eight-way
1084   1059         Y        Y            4-ICF to Nine-way
1084   1070         Y        Y            4-ICF to Ten-way
1084   1071         Y        Y            4-ICF to Eleven-way
1084   1072         Y        Y            4-ICF to Twelve-way
1084   1073         Y        Y            4-ICF to Thirteen-way
1084   1074         Y        Y            4-ICF to Fourteen-way
1084   1075         Y        Y            4-ICF to Fifteen-way
1084   1076         Y        Y            4-ICF to Sixteen-way
1084   1064         Y        Y            4-ICF to Four-way
1084   1065         Y        Y            4-ICF to Five-way
1084   1066         Y        Y            4-ICF to Six-way
1084   1067         Y        Y            4-ICF to Seven-way
1084   1068         Y        Y            4-ICF to Eight-way
1084   1069         Y        Y            4-ICF to Nine-way
1085   1055         Y        Y            5-ICF to Five-way
1085   1056         Y        Y            5-ICF to Six-way
1085   1057         Y        Y            5-ICF to Seven-way
1085   1058         Y        Y            5-ICF to Eight-way
1085   1059         Y        Y            5-ICF to Nine-way
1085   1070         Y        Y            5-ICF to Ten-way
1085   1071         Y        Y            5-ICF to Eleven-way
1085   1072         Y        Y            5-ICF to Twelve-way
1085   1073         Y        Y            5-ICF to Thirteen-way
1085   1074         Y        Y            5-ICF to Fourteen-way
1085   1075         Y        Y            5-ICF to Fifteen-way
1085   1076         Y        Y            5-ICF to Sixteen-way
1085   1065         Y        Y            5-ICF to Five-way
1085   1066         Y        Y            5-ICF to Six-way
1085   1067         Y        Y            5-ICF to Seven-way
1085   1068         Y        Y            5-ICF to Eight-way
1085   1069         Y        Y            5-ICF to Nine-way
1086   1056         Y        Y            6-ICF to Six-way
1086   1057         Y        Y            6-ICF to Seven-way
1086   1058         Y        Y            6-ICF to Eight-way
1086   1059         Y        Y            6-ICF to Nine-way
1086   1070         Y        Y            6-ICF to Ten-way
1086   1071         Y        Y            6-ICF to Eleven-way
1086   1072         Y        Y            6-ICF to Twelve-way
1086   1073         Y        Y            6-ICF to Thirteen-way
1086   1074         Y        Y            6-ICF to Fourteen-way
1086   1075         Y        Y            6-ICF to Fifteen-way
1086   1076         Y        Y            6-ICF to Sixteen-way
1086   1066         Y        Y            6-ICF to Six-way
1086   1067         Y        Y            6-ICF to Seven-way
1086   1068         Y        Y            6-ICF to Eight-way
1086   1069         Y        Y            6-ICF to Nine-way
1087   1057         Y        Y            7-ICF to Seven-way
1087   1058         Y        Y            7-ICF to Eight-way
1087   1059         Y        Y            7-ICF to Nine-way
1087   1070         Y        Y            7-ICF to Ten-way
1087   1071         Y        Y            7-ICF to Eleven-way
1087   1072         Y        Y            7-ICF to Twelve-way
1087   1073         Y        Y            7-ICF to Thirteen-way
1087   1074         Y        Y            7-ICF to Fourteen-way
1087   1075         Y        Y            7-ICF to Fifteen-way
1087   1076         Y        Y            7-ICF to Sixteen-way
1087   1067         Y        Y            7-ICF to Seven-way
1087   1068         Y        Y            7-ICF to Eight-way
1087   1069         Y        Y            7-ICF to Nine-way
1088   1058         Y        Y            8-ICF to Eight-way
1088   1059         Y        Y            8-ICF to Nine-way
1088   1070         Y        Y            8-ICF to Ten-way
1088   1071         Y        Y            8-ICF to Eleven-way
1088   1072         Y        Y            8-ICF to Twelve-way
1088   1073         Y        Y            8-ICF to Thirteen-way
1088   1074         Y        Y            8-ICF to Fourteen-way
1088   1075         Y        Y            8-ICF to Fifteen-way
1088   1076         Y        Y            8-ICF to Sixteen-way
1088   1068         Y        Y            8-ICF to Eight-way
1088   1069         Y        Y            8-ICF to Nine-way
1089   1059         Y        Y            9-ICF to Nine-way
1089   1070         Y        Y            9-ICF to Ten-way
1089   1071         Y        Y            9-ICF to Eleven-way
1089   1072         Y        Y            9-ICF to Twelve-way
1089   1073         Y        Y            9-ICF to Thirteen-way
1089   1074         Y        Y            9-ICF to Fourteen-way
1089   1075         Y        Y            9-ICF to Fifteen-way
1089   1076         Y        Y            9-ICF to Sixteen-way
1089   1069         Y        Y            9-ICF to Nine-way

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zSeries 900 Server Configuration Options

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Models 100 through 109: 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 12, 18, 20, 24, 28, 32 (GB). Models 1C1 through 1C9: 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24, 28, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64 (GB).

Feature Descriptions — Specify Exchange

The fiber optic Conversion Kits and Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cables identified herein are available when placing a new build z900, a z900 upgrade, or an MES order. Each fiber optic cable is 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. All other fiber optic cables and components necessary for your installation are available from IBM Global Services. Please contact your IBM Installation Planning Representative, your IBM Product Specialist, or your Connectivity Services Specialist for more detail. For 2064 cabling requirements, consult the Installation Manual — Physical Planning on IBM Resource Link and Planning for the Fiber Optic Channel Links (GA23-0367-07).

9 SM SC Duplex/50 MM ESCON MCP Cable (#0103): This is a Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cable, 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. It is terminated at one end with a 9 micron single mode (SM) SC Duplex connector and at the opposite end with a 50 micron multimode (MM) ESCON Duplex receptacle. This feature is used with FICON feature #2315 when reusing existing 50 micron multimode fiber optic cables terminated with ESCON Duplex connectors. When using an MCP cable, a FICON LX connection can run over a 50 micron multimode fiber optic cable up to a distance of 550 meters (1,804 feet). Two of these features are required, since one MCP cable is required to be used at each end of a link. Corequisite: Feature #2315.

9 SM SC Duplex/50 MM SC Duplex MCP Cable (#0104): This is a Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cable, 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. It is terminated at one end with a 9 micron single mode (SM) SC Duplex connector and at the opposite end with a 50 micron multimode (MM) SC Duplex receptacle. This feature is used with OSA-Express GbE LX feature #2364 when reusing existing 50 micron multimode fiber optic cables terminated with SC Duplex connectors. When using an MCP cable, a GbE LX connection can run over a 50 micron multimode fiber optic cable up to a distance of 550 meters (1,804 feet). Two of these features are required, since one MCP cable is required to be used at each end of a link. Corequisite: Feature #2364.

9 SM SC Duplex/62.5 MM SC Duplex MCP Cable (#0105): This is a Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cable, 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. It is terminated at one end with a 9 micron single mode (SM) SC Duplex connector and at the opposite end with a 62.5 micron multimode (MM) SC Duplex receptacle. This feature is used with OSA-Express GbE LX feature #2364 when reusing existing 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cables terminated with SC Duplex connectors. When using an MCP Cable, a GbE LX connection can run over a 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cable up to a distance of 550 meters (1,804 feet). Two of these features are required, since one MCP cable is required to be used at each end of a link. Corequisite: Feature #2364.

9 SM SC Duplex/62.5 MM ESCON MCP Cable (#0106): This is a Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cable, 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. It is terminated at one end with a 9 micron single mode (SM) SC Duplex connector and at the opposite end with a 62.5 micron multimode (MM) ESCON Duplex receptacle. This feature is used with FICON LX feature #2315 or with OSA-Express GbE LX feature #2364 when reusing existing 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cables terminated with ESCON Duplex connectors. When using an MCP Cable, a FICON LX or GbE LX connection can run over a 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cable up to a distance of 550 meters (1,804 feet). Two of these features are required, since one MCP cable is required to be used at each end of a link. Corequisites: 2315, 2364.

9 SM LC/50 MM SC Duplex MCP Cable (#0108): This a Mode Conditioning Patch (MCP) cable, 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length. It is terminated at one end with a 9 micron single mode (SM) LC Duplex connector and at the opposite end with a 50 micron multimode (MM) SC Duplex receptacle. This feature is used with ISC-3 feature #0219 when reusing existing 50 micron multimode fiber optic cables terminated with SC Duplex connectors. When using an MCP Cable, an ISC-3 connection can run over a 50 micron multimode fiber optic cable up to a distance of 550 meters (1,804 feet). Two of these features are required, since one MCP cable is required to be used at each end of a link. Corequisite: Feature #0219.

9 SM LC/SC Duplex Conversion Kit (#0110): This is a 9/125-micrometer single mode (SM) fiber optic cable, 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length, terminated at one end with a LC Duplex connector and at the opposite end with an SC Duplex receptacle. This conversion kit is used with ISC-3 feature #0219 when reusing existing single mode fiber optic jumper cables terminated with SC Duplex connectors. Corequisite: Feature #0219. Two types of links have been in use CMOS systems. The type must match at both the Coupling Facility (sender) end and the attached server (receiver) end.

Coupling Links: ISC-M (#0217), ISC-D (#0218), ISC-3 Port (#0219).

The Inter-System Channel (ISC) feature connects a coupling-capable server to a Coupling Facility, which can be either a 9674, a 9672 R06, a 2064-100, an Internal Coupling Facility (ICF), or a coupling-capable server running Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC).

The new ISC feature is composed of a mother card (ISC-M) and two daughter cards (ISC-D). Each daughter card has two ports, and each port is activated via LICCC. The ISC-M and the ISC-D are not orderable. When the quantity of ISC-3 port (#0219) features is selected, the appropriate number of ISC-Ms and ISC-Ds will be selected by the configuration tool. The ISC feature plugs into the new I/O cage #2023 only.

Each port is capable of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) or 2 Gbps depending upon the mode of operation. If the port is connected to another 2064-100, the port operates in peer mode, and the link is capable of 2 Gbps. If the port is connected to a S/390 Parallel Sysplex Server, which is not a 2064-100, the port operates in compatibility mode, and the link is capable of 1 Gbps.

Each port utilizes a laser as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an industry standard LC Duplex connector. The ISC-3 feature accommodates (at reduced distances) use of 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cables.

Minimum Number of Ports: None. Maximum: 32 ports (8 features). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. If a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is being reused, a 9 SM LC/SC Duplex Conversion Kit #0110 will be needed.

Compatibility Conflicts: The ISC-3 feature has an optical transceiver that supports an LC Duplex connector only. A single mode fiber optic cable with an SC Duplex connector is not supported with this feature. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an LC Duplex connector is required. In the event that the target feature does not support an LC connector, a 9 SM LC/SC Duplex Conversion Kit #0110 will be needed. If 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cables are being reused with the ISC-3 feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each end of the link. Refer to feature #0108.

62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit (#2325): This is a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode (MM) fiber optic cable, 2 meters (6.5 feet) in length, terminated at one end with an MTRJ connector and at the opposite end with an ESCON Duplex receptacle. This conversion kit is used with the 16-port ESCON feature #2323 or ETR (External Time Reference) on z900 when reusing existing 62.5 micron multimode fiber optic cables terminated with ESCON Duplex connectors. Corequisite: Feature #2324.

Note: The cable section of this announcement lists the fiber optic jumper cables and Conversion Kits that can be used with the features identified below.

Compatibility I/O Cage (#2022): This expansion cage provides space for additional channel cards in the 2064 models for a maximum of 88 Parallel (new build). On an upgrade from G5/G6, up to two cages may be carried over for up to 96 parallel channels (88 in one cage and the remainder in the second cage). Also, on an upgrade, all ESCON channels carried over will remain in the feature #2022 cage; any empty slots will remain empty; new ESCON channel cards will be plugged into the new I/O cage of the 2064 server. The Compatibility I/O Cage continues to have 22 I/O slots. It is used on the 2064 when parallel channels (#2304), OSA-2 Token Ring (#5201), or OSA-2 FDDI (#5202) is ordered. When a S/390 G5/G6 Server is upgraded to z900, the Compatibility I/O cage may also contain 4-port ESCON features.

This is not an orderable feature. The configuration tool selects the I/O cages based upon the type and number of features that are ordered.

Minimum: None. Maximum: One on new build (two with RPQ). Up to two on an upgrade from a S/390 G5/G6 Server. Prerequisites: #2304, #5201, #5202. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: In "Z" frame only. Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM.

I/O Cage (#2023): The new I/O Cage contains 28 I/O slots. This new cage supports ISC-3 (#0219), Dual PCICC (#0861), FICON LX (#2315), FICON SX (#2316 [9672-G5/G6] and #2318 [2064]), 16-port ESCON (#2323), 155 ATM SM (#2362), 155 ATM MM (#2363), OSA-Express GbE LX (#2364), OSA-Express GbE SX (#2365), OSA-Express Fast Ethernet (#2366), and ISC cards.

  • Minimum — One for all models except Model 100
  • Maximum — Three for all models except Model 100

Note: Model 100 has a minimum of 0 and a maximum of 1. This is not an orderable feature. The configuration tool selects the I/O cages based upon the number of features that are ordered.

Minimum: One. Maximum: Three. Prerequisites: #0219, #0861, #2315, #2318, #2323, #2362, #2363, #2364, #2365, #2366. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM.

16-port ESCON (#2323): The new, high density ESCON feature has 16 ports, 15 of which can be activated for customer use. One port is reserved as a spare, in the event of a failure of one of the other ports.

This is not an orderable feature. The configuration tool will select the quantity of features based upon the order quantity of ESCON port feature #2324, distributing the ports across features for high availability. The new 16-port ESCON feature plugs into the new I/O cage #2023.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 18. Prerequisites: I/O Cage #2023, ESCON Port feature #2324. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM.

ESCON Channel Port (#2324): ESCON channels are available on a port basis in increments of four. The port quantity is selected and LICCC is shipped to activate the desired quantity of ports on the 16-port ESCON feature #2323. Each port utilizes a Light Emitting Diode (LED) as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with a small form factor, industry standard MTRJ connector.

Minimum Number of Ports: Four. Maximum Number of Ports: 256. Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. If a 62.5 multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an ESCON Duplex connector is being reused to connect this feature to a downstream device, a 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit #2325 will be needed. Compatibility Conflicts: The 16-port ESCON feature has a small form factor optical transceiver that supports an MTRJ connector only. A multimode fiber optic cable with an ESCON Duplex connector is not supported with this feature. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an MTRJ connector is required. In the event that the target/downstream device does not support an MTRJ connector, a 62.5 MM MTRJ/ESCON Conversion Kit #2325 will be needed.

Fiber Quick Connect Features: The Fiber Quick Connect (FQC) features are for factory installation of IBM Fiber Transport Services (FTS) fiber harnesses for connection to ESCON channels in the new I/O cages of z900 and to ESCON channels in the Compatibility I/O cages of z900.

These descriptions are for information purposes only. They are not orderable. The configuration tool selects the appropriate features and quantities based upon the system configuration, when FQC is requested in the configuration tool.

Note: FQC supports all of the ESCON channels in all of the I/O cages. FQC cannot be ordered for selected channels and cages.

MTP Mounting Bracket (#7933): The MTP Mounting Bracket is not an orderable feature. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of brackets based upon the ESCON card quantity. This mounting bracket supports the MTP Coupler Bracket feature #7934.

MTP Coupler Bracket (#7934): The MTP Coupler Bracket is not an orderable feature. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of brackets based upon the ESCON card quantity. This coupler bracket has positions for 10 MTPs to be plugged, each MTP supporting 12 fiber pairs (six ESCON channels), for a total of 120 fiber pairs (60 ESCON channels) for each MTP mounting bracket.

I/O Cage 62.5 MM ESCON Harness (#7935): This is not an orderable feature. This description is for information purposes only. This direct-attach harness supports 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic trunk cables. The fiber harness is for use with the new I/O cage feature #2023 and supports the new 16-port ESCON feature with the new optical transceiver supporting the small form factor, industry standard MTRJ connector.

The fiber harness has six MTRJ connectors on one end to attach to six ESCON ports. The opposite end has one MTP connector for plugging into the MTP Coupler Bracket. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the required number of harnesses based upon the ESCON card quantity.

Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: No. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM.

Compatibility I/O Cage 62.5 MM ESCON Harness (#7936, #7939, #7340): These are not orderable features. This description is for information purposes only.

These direct-attach harnesses support 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic trunk cables, and are for use with the Compatibility I/O Cage feature #2022. The harnesses support the 4-port ESCON feature with the optical transceiver supporting the ESCON Duplex connector.

The fiber harnesses have six ESCON Duplex connectors on one end to connect to six ESCON ports. The opposite end has one MTP connector for plugging into the MTP Coupler Bracket. When FQC is ordered, the configuration tool selects the type and quantity of harnesses based upon the ESCON card quantity.

Prerequisite: Compatibility I/O Cage #2022. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: No. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM.

FICON LX (#2315): The FICON LX (long wavelength) feature has two independent ports, each port supporting attachment to an ESCON Director Model 5 with a FICON LX Bridge feature, to a Fibre Channel Director that supports FICON LX, or to a control unit that supports FICON LX. The FICON LX feature utilizes a long wavelength laser as the optical transceiver and supports use of a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector. The FICON LX feature accommodates (at reduced distances) reuse of ESCON multimode fiber optic cables.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 48 (96 ports). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: If ESCON multimode fiber optic cables are being reused with this feature, Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required. See feature #0103 and #0106. Compatibility Conflicts: Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long wavelength (LX) feature. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of OSA-Express, FICON, and PCICC features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device. If ESCON multimode fiber optic cables are being reused, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each end of the link. Refer to feature #0103 and #0106.

FICON SX (#2318): The FICON SX (short wavelength) feature has two independent ports, each port supporting attachment to a Fibre Channel Director that supports FICON SX, or to a control unit that supports FICON SX. The feature utilizes a short wavelength laser as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 48 (96 ports). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a short wavelength (SX) feature. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of OSA-Express, FICON, and PCICC features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable, or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

OSA-Express 155 ATM SM (#2362): The OSA-Express 155 ATM SM (single mode) feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to a 155 Megabits per second (Mbps) Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) network. The feature has a laser optical transceiver that supports use of a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 12 (24 ports). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of OSA-Express, FICON, and PCICC features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

OSA-Express 155 ATM MM (#2363): The OSA-Express 155 ATM MM (multimode) feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to a 155 Megabits per second (Mbps) Asynchronous transfer Mode (ATM) network. The feature utilizes a Light Emitting Diode (LED) as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 12 (24 ports). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of OSA-Express, FICON, and PCICC features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable with an SC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

OSA-Express GbE LX (#2364): The OSA-Express GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) LX (long wavelength) feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to a one Gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet local area network (LAN). The feature utilizes a long wavelength laser as the optical transceiver, supporting a 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector, and accommodating (at reduced distances) a 50/125-micrometer or 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 12 (24 ports). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: If a 50/125 or 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable is used with the OSA-Express GbE LX feature, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each cable end. Select the correct feature number based upon the type of fiber and the connectors/receptacles in the enterprise. Choose #0104, #0105, or #0106. Compatibility Conflicts: Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a long wavelength (LX) feature. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of OSA-Express, FICON, and PCICC features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 9/125-micrometer single mode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device. If multimode fiber optic cables are being used, a pair of Mode Conditioning Patch cables are required, one for each end of the link. Refer to feature #0104, #0105, and #0106.

OSA-Express GbE SX (#2365): The OSA-Express GbE (Gigabit Ethernet) SX (short wavelength) feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to a one Gigabit per second (Gbps) Ethernet local area network (LAN). The feature utilizes a short wavelength laser as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 12 (24 ports). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: Ensure the attaching/downstream device has a short wavelength (SX) feature. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of OSA-Express, FICON, and PCICC features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A 50/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable, or a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is required for connecting this feature to the selected device.

OSA-Express Fast Ethernet (#2366): The OSA-Express Fast Ethernet feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to either a 10BASE-T (10 Mbps) or a 100BASE-TX (100 Mbps) Ethernet local area network (LAN). The feature automatically adjusts to 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps, depending upon the LAN to which it is attached. The feature supports use of an EIA/TIA category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable terminated with an 8-pin RJ-45 connector. The Ethernet LAN must conform to either the IEEE 802.3 (ISO/IEC 8802.3) standard or the Ethernet V2.0 specifications.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 12 (24 ports). Prerequisite: I/O Cage #2023. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of OSA-Express, FICON, and PCICC features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A category 5 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable terminated with an RJ-45 connector is required for attaching the OSA-Express Fast Ethernet feature to the selected device.

OSA-2 Token Ring (#5201): The OSA-2 Token Ring feature has two independent ports, each supporting attachment to either a 4 Mbps or a 16 Mbps Token Ring local area network (LAN). At initialization the feature auto senses and conforms to the speed of the Token Ring (4 Mbps or 16 Mbps) and auto senses whether communication is half- or full-duplex. If no carrier is sensed on the ring, the adapter enters the ring at the speed of its last successful entry. The feature supports use of a shielded twisted pair (STP) or an unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable terminated with an 8-pin RJ-45 connector. The Token Ring LAN must conform to the IEEE 802.5 (ISO/IEC 8802.5) standard.

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 12. Prerequisite: Compatibility I/O Cage #2022. Corequisites: None. Compatibility Conflicts: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: A shielded twisted pair (STP) or an unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable terminated with an 8-pin RJ-45 connector is required for attaching the OSA-2 Token Ring feature to the selected device.

OSA-2 FDDI (#5202): The OSA-2 FDDI (Fiber Distributed Data Interface) feature has one port that supports attachment to a 100 Mbps FDDI local area network (LAN). The feature utilizes a Light Emitting Diode (LED) as the optical transceiver, and supports use of a 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector. One single-ring or dual-ring station is supported, as well as attachment to an optical bypass switch. A customer-supplied, external, optical bypass switch provides optical isolation from the attached FDDI LAN. The FDDI LAN must conform to either the American National Standard Institute (ANSI) X3T9.5 specification or the International Standards Organization (ISO) 9314 specification

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 12. Prerequisite: Compatibility I/O Cage #2022. Corequisites: None. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: None. Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: One 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cable terminated with an SC Duplex connector is required for a single-ring attachment. Two 62.5/125-micrometer multimode fiber optic cables, each terminated with an SC Duplex connector, are required for a dual-ring attachment.

Coupling Links (#0217, #0218, #0219)

  • zSeries 900
    • Minimum — 0; Maximum — 32; Increments — 1
  • zSeries Coupling Facility models
    • Minimum — 1; Maximum — 32; Increments — 1

Coupling Links are used to connect a coupling-capable server to a Coupling Facility. The Coupling Facility can either be a 9674, a 9672 R06, a zSeries Coupling Facility, an Internal Coupling Facility (ICF), or a coupling-capable server running Coupling Facility Control Code (CFCC). Two types of links have been in use on CMOS systems and must match at both the Coupling Facility (sender) end and the attached processor (receiver) end.

One HiPerLink adapter (#0217) is required for every two Coupling Links. The Intersystem Channel Adapter is not hot pluggable, but the Coupling Links are. Additional Intersystem Channel Adapters and Coupling Links can be ordered to reduce outages.

Hardware Management Console (HMC) Features: The HMC is used to control and monitor multiple systems via LAN (HMC ring). The HMC on z900 is either feature #0061 with a DVD kit (#0047) or feature (#0073). Feature (#0073) does not include the on-board Ethernet that is in feature (#0061). The Ethernet adapter must be on order if this connection is a requirement. Feature (#0073) is limited to three PCI slots for use with communication adapters, listed below. Also note that the three adapter options are mutually exclusive in feature #0073.

  • Minimum — 0 (if one is existing; 1 if none); Maximum — 4

HMC Token Ring Feature (#0023): This card is required with HMC feature #0061.

  • Minimum — 0; Maximum — 1 per HMC

HMC/SE 3270 Emulation Feature (#0026): This card is an option to be used with HMC feature #0061.

  • Minimum — 0; Maximum — 1 per HMC

HMC 3270 Emulation Feature (#0026): This card is an option to be used with HMC feature #0061.

  • Minimum — 0; Maximum — 1 per HMC

WAC (#0038): This card is an option to be used with HMC feature #0061.

  • Minimum — 0; Maximum — 1 per HMC

DVD Driver (#0047): The DVD Driver is used on HMC (#0061). This feature is required to support the 2064 server. Feature #0047 is available with installation of feature #0061, on all 9672 Models R1, R2, R3, and G3 MES orders; 9674 C02, C03, C04 MES orders; all 9672 G4, G5, and G6 orders; all 9674 Model C05 orders.

  • Minimum — 1 per HMC; Maximum — 1 per HMC

Service Element (SE) (#0083): The Service Element is an integral part of the 2064 server and is shipped with two identical units. The second is a backup. Two communication adapters per SE are available for customer LAN connection (Ethernet #0063 and Token Ring #0062). The default adapter setting is Token Ring/Ethernet. This combination is available on initial order and on conversions. The customer may override the default and select an Ethernet/Ethernet configuration.

SE Token Ring Feature (#0062): This card is an option to be used with SE feature #0083.

  • Minimum — 0; Maximum — 1 per SE

SE Ethernet (#0063): The SE Ethernet feature allows installation of an additional Ethernet feature, in addition to the basic SE function. Installation of this option precludes use of the Token Ring SE function.

  • Minimum — 1; Maximum — 2 per SE

Cryptographic Coprocessor Features: Cryptographic Coprocessor is a data security standard feature on the zSeries 900 servers. Models 101 and 1C1 have access to one Cryptographic Coprocessor chip; Models 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 108, 109, 1C2, 1C3, 1C4, 1C5, 1C6, 1C7, 1C8, 1C9, 110, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, and 116 have access to two cryptographic chips.

                                        Feature
Description of Feature                  Number
 
Crypto Enabled                          0800
No Crypto                               0808
Dual PCICC Cd.                          0861
T-DES for PCI Crypto                    0865
TKE Hardware for Token Ring             0866
TKE Hardware for Ethernet               0869
T-DES                                   0874
T-DES with TKE                          0875

All features are now available in all participating countries in all applicable marketing units.

Dual PCICC Cd. (#0861): The Peripheral Component Interconnect Cryptographic Coprocessor (PCICC) feature is an optional addition to the System Cryptographic Coprocessors. PCICC is programmable, to rapidly deploy new standard functions, to enable migration from the IBM 4753 external crypto box, and to meet unique customer requirements — User Defined Extensions (UDX).

Minimum Number of Features: None. Maximum Number of Features: 8. Prerequisite: Crypto feature #0800 Corequisite: New I/O Cage feature #2023. Compatibility Conflicts: PCICC can be utilized only when the System Cryptographic Coprocessors are enabled. PCICC must match the security level of the System Crypto. Customer Setup: No. Limitations: The total quantity of PCICC, FICON, and OSA-Express features together cannot exceed 16 per I/O cage and 48 per system (16 each in three I/O cages). Field Installable: Yes. Parts removed as a result of this feature change become the property of IBM. Cable Order: None.

Miscellaneous Feature Descriptions

Power Sequence Control (PSC) (#6401): Provides power sequencing for attachment of up to 16 I/O controllers. Each cage has the capability of up to two PSC controls.

Internal Battery Feature (#2210): The Internal Battery Feature (IBF) provides the function of a local uninterruptible power source. It has continuous self-testing capability for battery backup, which has been fully integrated into the diagnostics, including Remote Service Facility (RSF) support. The IBF enables from 3.5 to a minimum of 20 minutes of full power hold-up for the 2064 Server and up to one hour for the Model 100, in power save mode. One IBF frame feature (#3040) will automatically be shipped with any quantity of the IBF feature.

  • Minimum — 0; Maximum — 3

JCM OPS (#2029): This feature is used for enabling the G6 to run the Japanese Operating System.

Additional Frame (#3030): The additional frame would be required when the second I/O expansion cage is installed.

Capacity Backup (#7999): Along with a valid Special Bid contract, this feature can be ordered on all models except 109, 116, and the Coupling Facility Model 100. Feature #7999 identifies how many CPs are in the Capacity Backup to IBM's vital product database for the customer system.

Local Uninterruptible Power Supply (#9910, #9950): This feature is not orderable on 2064 models, nor is it a carryover feature from prior server installations. Contact your IBM representative in the event that your installation desires power holdup in excess of the capability provided with IBM's Internal Battery Feature (IBF), feature #2210.

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