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Family 9406+09 IBM iSeries Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890

IBM United States Sales Manual
Revised:  July 15, 2014.

Table of contents
TOC Link Product life cycle dates TOC Link Technical description
TOC Link Abstract TOC Link Publications
TOC Link Highlights TOC Link Features
TOC Link Description TOC Link Accessories
TOC Link Product positioning TOC Link Machine elements
TOC Link Models TOC Link Supplies

 
Product life cycle dates
Type Model Announced Available Marketing Withdrawn Service Discontinued
9406-800 2003/01/242003/02/21 2005/10/01 -
9406-810 2003/01/242003/02/21 2005/10/01 -
9406-825 2003/01/242003/02/21 2005/10/01 -
9406-870 2003/01/242003/02/21 2005/10/01 -
9406-890 2002/05/142002/06/14 2005/10/01 -

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Abstract

iSeries servers are designed for the on demand environment ... they deliver legendary reliability, run multiple operating systems simultaneously, and can grow and adapt to meet your business requirements.

Model abstract 9406-800

The IBM 9406 Model 800 offers processor performance ranges from 300 CPW to 950 CPW. Depending upon the processor feature selected, main storage size is from 256MB up to 8192MB. Disk storage capacity on the Model 800 is from 17.5GB up to 4445GB.

Model abstract 9406-810

The IBM 9406 Model 810 offers processor performance ranges from 750 CPW to 2700 CPW. Depending upon the processor feature selected, main storage size is from 512MB up to 16384MB. Disk storage capacity on the Model 810 is from 17.5GB up to 13971GB.

Model abstract 9406-825

The IBM 9406 Model 825 offers processor performance ranges from 3600 CPW to 6600 CPW. Main storage size is from 2048MB up to 49152MB. Disk storage capacity on the Model 825 is from 17.5GB up to 58216GB.

Model abstract 9406-870

The IBM 9406 Model 870 offers processor performance ranges from 7700 CPW to 20000 CPW. Main storage size is from 8192MB up to 131072MB. Disk storage capacity on the Model 870 is from 17.5GB up to 144446GB.

Model abstract 9406-890

The IBM 9406 Model 890 offers processor features that yield performance from 20000 CPW to 37400 CPW. Depending upon the processor feature selected, main storage size is from 8192MB up to 262144MB. Disk storage capacity on the Model 890 is from 17.5GB up to 144446GB.
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Highlights

IBM iSeries ... powerful, easy-to-manage servers

  • Server family with over 100X performance range from bottom to top

    • Models 800 and 810 for small-to medium-sized enterprises ... avoid the complexities of a server farm

    • Models 825, 870, and 890 ... unmatched iSeries performance growth with POWER4 technology for medium-to large-sized enterprises

  • Simplified packages deliver Model 810, 825, 870, and 890 servers combined with powerful software to match your environment

  • Improved Capacity on Demand now with temporary capacity

  • Business Continuity offerings include iSeries for High Availability and iSeries for Capacity BackUp

  • Enhanced PCI-X towers and controllers and 15k rpm disk units offer more function, performance, and growth

IBM eServer iSeries servers ... helping you become an on demand business.
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Description

iSeries Servers

Model 800 for Small Enterprises

If you're running a small business with minimal IT resources, your server must be easy-to-run, affordable, and offer the solutions and support you need.

The Model 800 is iSeries' most affordable server with solutions specifically designed for small enterprises. You can manage your Model 800 from a Windows-based PC easily and train your operators quickly and easily.

Most small businesses need to run at least one Windows server. The iSeries can integrate Intel-based servers, so you can manage everything on the same system.

Model 810 for Small-to Medium-Sized Enterprises

If you're a small to medium-sized company, the Model 810 can help you leave behind the complexity and management costs of running a server farm.

Thousands of solutions, many for your industry, are designed with new e-business applications based on IBM's UDB DB2, WebSphere, and Lotus Domino technology.

The Model 810 is simple to use and leverages iSeries' proven reputation for availability -- your applications will be there when you need them most.

The Model 810 can also run Windows and Linux applications. You choose the applications you need today and run practically any application that you might need in the future. With self-managed technology, iSeries can help you lower your staffing costs and keep the total cost of ownership down.

iSeries Servers for Medium-to Large-Sized Enterprises

  • Model 825
  • Model 870
  • Model 890

The exceptional performance growth of IBM POWER4 processor technology is now available on a wide range of enterprise-class iSeries servers. These servers feature Capacity Upgrade on Demand, so you get the performance you need, when you need it.

With server consolidation tools like dynamic logical partitioning (LPAR), you can combine multiple workloads on a single server. You can even consolidate Linux applications in up to 31 partitions with LPAR, and multiple Windows servers can be managed with an Integrated xSeries Adapter or an Integrated xSeries Server.

Take advantage of the iSeries' clustering and switched disk technologies for maximum business continuity.

iSeries V5R2 Options Editions

The Model 800 has three Options Packages tailored specifically for small enterprises:

  • Value Edition
  • Standard Edition
  • Advanced Edition

These packages support a range of e-business, client server, and 5250 OLTP solutions based on integrated middleware such as DB2, WebSphere Application Server, and OS/400 HTTP Server Powered by Apache. You can run multiple operating environments such as OS/400 and Linux. This flexibility gives a small enterprise what is required to dynamically adjust for changing business priorities using the integrated OS/400 workload manager and logical partitioning.

5250 OLTP applications can be run after being WebFaced using the WebFacing Tool of IBM WebSphere Development Studio for iSeries and requires no 5250 CPW. 5250 OLTP applications not WebFaced can be run using the 5250 CPW included in these packages.

With additional software and hardware, these packages can be extended to run additional workloads such as Lotus Domino and Microsoft Windows.

Models 810, 825, 870, and 890 (processor features #2497 and #2498) can be ordered with either a Standard or Enterprise Options package for flexibility in deploying multiple application workloads on an iSeries server.

The Standard Edition is featured for a wide variety of e-business and client server solutions based on integrated middleware. You can run multiple operating environments such as OS/400 and Linux. The Standard package delivers exceptional flexibility in adjusting dynamically for business priorities. This flexibility is provided by the integrated OS/400 workload manager, logical partitioning, and Capacity on Demand (permanent and temporary) (Models 825, 870, and 890 only).

5250 OLTP applications WebFaced using the WebFacing Tool of IBM WebSphere Development Studio can be run with no 5250 CPW requirement. An iSeries server with the Standard package can be extended with additional software and hardware to run additional workloads such as Lotus Domino and Microsoft Windows.

The Enterprise Edition is featured for a full range of enterprise class e-business, client server, and 5250 OLTP solutions based on integrated middleware such as DB2, WebSphere Application Server, and OS/400 HTTP Server Powered by Apache.

You can run multiple operating environments such as OS/400 and Linux. The iSeries Enterprise package delivers exceptional flexibility in adjusting dynamically for business priorities. This flexibility is provided by the integrated OS/400 workload manager, logical partitioning, and Capacity on Demand (permanent and temporary) (Models 825, 870, and 890 only).

5250 OLTP applications can be run after being WebFaced using the WebFacing Tool of IBM WebSphere Development Studio with no 5250 CPW requirement. 5250 OLTP applications not WebFaced can be run using the 5250 CPW included with the Enterprise package. The Enterprise package includes a broad range of enterprise-class tools for optimizing and managing e-business, client server, and 5250 OLTP solutions. An iSeries server with the Enterprise package can be extended with additional software and hardware to run additional workloads such as Lotus Domino and Microsoft Windows.

In addition to the following package contents, other content may be included at the time of your order. For more information on options package components, go to:

www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/hardware/editions

#7400 - Model 800 Package (Value Edition)

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced WebFacing tool support)
  • Support for dynamic logical partitioning (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (25 CPW)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license)

The associated server feature #0863 defines the amount of:

  • Features or products included with each order (example: twinaxial workstation controller)
  • Features required at a minimum with each order (examples: disk, memory, tape)

Specific ordering rules for each server feature are implemented in the configurator

#7400 - Model 800 Package (Standard Edition)

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced WebFacing tool support)
  • Support for dynamic logical partitioning (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (25 CPW)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license)
  • Licensing for WebSphere-Express V5 for iSeries (one processor license)
  • DB2 Query Manager and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
  • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)

The associated server feature #0864 defines the amount of:

  • Features or products included with each order (example: twinaxial workstation controller)
  • Features required at a minimum with each order (examples: disk, memory, tape)

Specific ordering rules for each server feature are implemented in the configurator

#7408 - Model 800 Package (Advanced Edition)

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing tool support)
  • Support for dynamic logical partitioning (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (50 CPW)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license)
  • Licensing for WebSphere Application Server-Express V5 for iSeries (one processor license for each processor)
  • DB2 Query Manager and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
  • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)

The associated server feature #0865 defines the amount of:

  • Features or products included with each order (example: twinaxial workstation controller)
  • Features required at a minimum with each order (examples: disk, memory, tape)

Specific ordering rules for each server feature are implemented in the configurator.

Standard Edition for Model 810

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for dynamic logical partitioning (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each processor)

Standard Edition for Models 825, 870 and 890

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for dynamic logical partitioning (up to ten OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for Capacity on Demand (permanent and temporary)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)

Enterprise Edition for Model 810

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for dynamic logical partitioning (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (maximum 5250 capacity)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)
  • Licensing for WebSphere Application Server-Express V5 for iSeries (one processor license for each processor)
  • Licensing for DB2 Query Manager and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
  • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)
  • Licensing for DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition for Linux (one server license and five user licenses limited to four processors)

Services

  • One of five service offerings related to Windows, Linux, WebSphere, or Lotus

Enterprise Edition for Models 825, 870, and 890

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for dynamic logical partitioning (up to ten OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (maximum 5250 capacity)
  • Support for Capacity on Demand (permanent and temporary capacity)
  • Installation Assistant using VMI for selected software

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)
  • e-Business Solution Tools:
    • Licensing for WebSphere Application Server - Express for iSeries V5.0 (one processor license for each start-up processor)
    • Licensing for Lotus Sametime (100 seats)
    • Licensing for Lotus QuickPlace (100 seats)
    • Licensing for DB2 Query Mgr and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
    • Licensing for DB2 SMP (one server license)
    • Licensing for DataPropagator (one server license)
    • Licensing for DB2 Extenders (one server license)
    • Licensing for DB2 UDB Workgroup Server Edition for Linux (one server license and five user licenses limited to four processors)
    • Licensing for WebSphere Portal-Express Plus (20 user licenses)
    • Licensing for XML Toolkit (one server license)
  • Datacenter Management Tools:
    • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)
    • Licensing for HA Switchable Resources (one server license)
    • Licensing for Media and Storage Extensions (one server license)
    • Licensing for BRMS including network option (one server license)
    • Licensing for Tivoli Monitoring for Web Infrastructure (one processor license for each start-up processor)
    • Licensing for Tivoli Storage Manager Extended Edition (one per start- up processor and five client licenses)

Hardware

  • Processor Activation included for Linux (one Model 870/890 stand-by processor will be activated for Linux) (if used by OS/400, one OS/400 processor license required)

  • Integrated xSeries Server (one 2.0 GHz Integrated xSeries Server with 1GB server memory is included)

Education/Services

  • Education Credits -- one ILS class voucher provided via Web registration (one for Model 825, three for Model 870, five for Model 890)

  • One of three service offerings related to Windows, Linux, or WebSphere

High Availability Edition for Models 810, 825, 870, and 890

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for dynamic LPAR (up to ten OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (maximum 5250 capacity)
  • Support for Capacity on Demand (permanent and temporary capacity)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)
  • e-Business Solution Tools:
    • Licensing for DB2 Query Manager and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
    • Licensing for DB2 SMP (one server license)
  • Datacenter Management Tools:
    • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)
    • Licensing for HA Switchable Resources (one server license)
    • Licensing for Media and Storage Extensions (one server license)
    • Licensing for BRMS (one server license)

Services

  • One service offering related to High Availability or Disaster Recovery

Capacity Backup Edition for Models 825, 870, and 890

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for dynamic LPAR (up to ten OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (maximum 5250 capacity)
  • Support for Capacity on Demand (temporary capacity)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)

Services

  • One service offering related to High Availability or Disaster Recovery

Updated V5R3 Editions for 800, 810, 825, 870 and 890 Models

#7400 - Model 800 Value Edition V5R3

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced WebFacing tool support)
  • Support for (LPAR) (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (25 CPW)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license)

The associated server feature #0863 defines the number of:

  • Features or products included with each order (example: twinaxial workstation controller)
  • Features required at a minimum with each order (examples: disk, memory, tape)

Specific ordering rules for each server feature are implemented in the configurator.

#7400 - Model 800 Standard Edition V5R3 Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced WebFacing tool support)
  • Support for LPAR (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (25 CPW)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license)
  • DB2 Query Manager and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
  • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)

The associated server feature #0864 defines the number of:

  • Features or products included with each order (example: twinaxial workstation controller)
  • Features required at a minimum with each order (examples: disk, memory, tape)

Specific ordering rules for each server feature are implemented in the configurator.

#7408 - Model 800 Advanced Edition V5R3

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced WebFacing tool support)
  • Support for LPAR (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (50 CPW)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license)
  • DB2 Query Manager and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
  • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)

The associated server feature #0865 defines the number of:

  • Features or products included with each order (example: twinaxial workstation controller)
  • Features required at a minimum with each order (examples: disk, memory, tape)

Specific ordering rules for each server feature are implemented in the configurator.

Standard Edition for Model 810

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for LPAR (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each processor)

Standard Edition for Model 825, 870, 890

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for LPAR (up to ten OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for Capacity on Demand (permanent and temporary)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)

Enterprise Edition for Model 810

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400 and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for LPAR (up to four OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (maximum 5250 capacity)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)
  • Licensing for DB2 Query Manager and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
  • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)

Services

  • One of three service offerings related to Windows, Linux, or WebSphere

Enterprise Edition for Model 825, 870, 890

Function

  • Support for multiple operating systems (OS/400, AIX, and Linux)
  • Support for Web modernization (enhanced Webfacing support)
  • Support for LPAR (up to ten OS/400 partitions per processor)
  • Support for 5250 OLTP (maximum 5250 capacity)
  • Support for Capacity on Demand (permanent and temporary)

Software

  • Licensing for OS/400 (one processor license for each start-up processor)

  • e-Business Solution Tools:
    • Licensing for IBM Workplace Service Express (20 per-user licenses)
    • Licensing for DB2 Query Mgr and SQL Developers Toolkit (one server license)
    • Licensing for DB2 SMP (one server license)
    • Licensing for DB2 Extenders (one server license)
    • Licensing for XML Toolkit (one server license)

  • Datacenter Management Tools:
    • Licensing for Performance Tools, including manager option (one server license)
    • Licensing for HA Switchable Resources (one server license)
    • Licensing for Media and Storage Extensions (one server license)
    • Licensing for BRMS including network option (one server license)
    • Licensing for Tivoli Monitoring for Web Infrastructure (one processor license for each start-up processor)
    • Licensing for Tivoli Storage Manager Extended Edition (one per start- up processor and five client licenses) three per-user licenses)

Hardware

  • One additional processor activation (if used by OS/400, one OS/400 processor license required)
  • Integrated xSeries Server (one 2.0 GHz Integrated xSeries Server with 1GB server memory is included)

Education/Services

  • Education Credits -- one ILS class voucher provided via Web registration (one for Model 825, three for Model 870, five for Model 890)
  • One of three service offerings related to Windows, Linux, or WebSphere

iSeries Model 800 Server Editions

                  Processor
        Server    Feature      Package                 Price
Model   Feature   (Proc CPW)   Feature    Edition      Tier
-----   -------   ----------   --------   --------     -----
 800    0863      2463         7400       Value         P05
                  (300)
        0864      2463         7400       Standard      P05
                  (300)
        0865      2464         7408       Advanced      P10
                  (950)
 

iSeries Model 810, 825, 870, and 890 Server Editions

                  Processor
        Server    Feature      Package                 Price  Activation
Model   Feature   (Proc CPW)   Feature    Package      Tier   Feature
-----   -------   ----------   -------    ----------   -----  ----------
 810    0866      2466         7407       Standard      P10      None
                  (1020)
                               7409       Enterprise    P10      None
 
 810    0867      2467         7410       Standard      P10      None
                 (1470)
                               7412       Enterprise    P10      None
 
 810    0869      2469         7428       Standard      P20      None
                 (2700)
                               7430       Enterprise    P20      None
 
 825    0873      2473         7416       Standard      P30      1609
                 (3600-
                  6600)
                               7418       Enterprise    P30      1609
 
 870    0889      2489         7431       Standard      P40      1614
                 (7700-
                  11500)
                               7433       Enterprise    P40      1614
 
 870    0886      2486         7419       Standard      P40      1611
                 (11500-
                  20000)
                               7421       Enterprise    P40      1611
 
 890    0897      2497         7422       Standard      P50      1612
                 (20000-
                  29300)
                               7424       Enterprise    P50      1612
 
 890    0898      2498         7425       Standard      P50      1613
                 (29300-
                  37400)
                               7427       Enterprise    P50      1613
 

Model 810 and 825 iSeries for Domino

Every business needs at least one e-mail server.

What happens if you need more than one server to handle your hundreds or thousands of users?

How do you handle the demand for instant messaging, shared-access team rooms, and collaborative applications?

If you dedicate a server to each and every application, you probably are going to face the spiraling operational costs of a server farm.

iSeries for Domino is a different kind of server. It is a server dedicated to running and managing multiple applications together. With its built-in subsystem and logical partitioning technology, iSeries for Domino separates mail, instant messaging, and collaborative applications while automatically balancing and adjusting performance. With its proven iSeries reputation for robust reliability, iSeries for Domino helps you keep your applications available and your users happy. iSeries for Domino supports OS/400 V5R2, Lotus Domino, Sametime, QuickPlace, iNotes, and other Lotus solutions.

iSeries for Domino Packages

                                                   Required
Server    Processor   Package    Minimum(GB)    Domino Licenses  MCU
Feature   Feature     Feature    DASD  Memory   Server Client   Rating(1)
-------   ---------   --------   ----  ------   ------ -------- ---------
Model 810:
 
 0769      2466         7407        105   1.5       1      100      3100
 0770      2467         7410        315   3.5       1      100      4200
 0771      2469         7428        525   5.5       1      400      7900
 
Model 825:
 
 0772      2473         7416        560   6.0       1      700     11600
 0773      2473         7416        945  12.0       1      700     17400
 

Note: (1) The MCU ratings reflect the capabilities of the processor features. Supporting this number of users would require additional memory and disk, above the minimum amounts included in the basic configurations.

Mail and Calendar Users (MCU): This relative performance measurement is derived by performing mail and calendar functions using Domino and Notes clients. Mail and calendar workload is significantly more complex than Simple Mail Users, another measured workload sometimes quoted. The MCU workload represents users on a Notes client reading, updating, or deleting documents in an e-mail database, as well as lookups in the Domino Directory, scheduling calendar appointments, and invitations. Reported values reflect 70% processor utilization to allow for growth and peak loads in excess of customer workload estimates.

The server features used for iSeries for Domino specify the minimum amount of disk, memory, and Domino licenses required for an initial order. Customers will be required to provide proof of Lotus software licenses. For additional information, click on:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/domino/dsd.htm

Capacity on Demand

Every iSeries Model 825, 870, or 890 comes with extra processor capacity built into the server. This extra capacity, delivered as stand- by processors, can be activated permanently or temporarily.

IBM eServer Capacity Upgrade on Demand enables you to grow processor capacity as your needs grow. Stand-by processors can be permanently activated by ordering an activation feature that results in an activation code being provided that can quickly be entered at your server console.

IBM eServer On/Off Capacity on Demand delivers great flexibility in meeting the peak demands of your dynamic business. Stand-by processors can be temporarily activated with a simple request right at your server console, provided the server has been enabled for use of temporary capacity. (Note: This offering may also be referred to by IBM as Temporary Capacity Upgrade on Demand, Temporary Capacity on Demand, and/or On/Off Capacity Upgrade on Demand.)

Models Supporting Capacity on Demand

                                  Start-Up    Stand-By     Total
           Model                  Processors  Processors   Processors
           -----                  --------    ----------   ----------
            825                      3           3            6
 
            870                      5           3            8
                                     8           8           16
 
            890                     16           8           24
 
            890                     24           8           32
 

Capacity Upgrade on Demand

Processor activation features can be ordered to make available the extra processor capacity you need. When one or more activation features are ordered, an activation code is generated and shipped to you (mailed and posted on the Web).

Enter the activation code (think of it as a capacity key) into the proper server screen, and your newly activated processors are ready to use. No IPL is required. Assign the permanently activated processors to a partition before use, whether your machine is configured for LPAR or not.

Ordering Permanent Capacity

Once you decide to permanently activate some or all of your stand-by processors, you can contact your business partner or IBM representative to order a quantity of activation features.

         Model   Processor   Activation
                 Feature      Feature
         -----   ---------   ---------
           825     2473        1609
           870     2486        1611
           870     2489        1614
           890     2497        1612
           890     2498        1613
 

The IBM manufacturing site receives your order and generates an activation code (capacity key) unique to your server. The activation code is mailed to you and also posted at:

http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/ondemand/cod

Ordering Guidelines

  1. New server orders or orders for model-to-model upgrades that result in a new footprint do not require vital product data to be sent to IBM manufacturing for the order to be fulfilled.

  2. For new server purchases or upgrades to a Model 825, 870, or 890, you can include activation features on the order and have stand-by processors activated before the server is shipped. This allows you to customize the performance characteristics of the server.

  3. Processor conversions, package conversions, or model-to-model upgrades that do not result in a new footprint do not require vital product data to be sent to IBM manufacturing for the order to be fulfilled.

    For these orders, you can include activation features on the order and have your activation code mailed/posted to the Web so it is ready to enter when you have completed your hardware upgrade. You don't need to order a separate MES to permanently activate extra processor capacity as part of a field upgrade for hardware.

  4. Orders for activation features do not require vital product data to be sent to IBM manufacturing for the order to be fulfilled.

    For orders that do not contain processor or package features, you do not need to send vital product data to IBM manufacturing before the order for activation features can be scheduled and fulfilled.

Additional Information

Step-by-step directions for ordering activation features and the subsequent entering of activation codes can be reviewed in the iSeries Capacity on Demand Planning Guide found at:

http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/ondemand/cod

On/Off Capacity on Demand

  • Can be turned on/off to match your peak periods
  • Allows you to request a variable number of days and a variable number of processors
  • Be productive immediately ... no IPL, no ordering, no waiting
                                                            On/Off CoD
     Model  Processor                   Enablement  Billing   Prepaid
             Feature   Package Feature    Feature   Feature   Feature
     -----  ---------  ---------------  ----------  ------- ----------
       825    2473     7416 Standard       1773      1782      1682
                       7418 Enterprise     1773      1783      1683
 
       870    2486     7419 Standard       1776      1785      1685
                       7421 Enterprise     1776      1786      1686
 
       870    2489     7431 Standard       1774      1784      1684
                       7433 Enterprise     1774      1795      1695
 
       890    2497     7422 Standard       1777      1788      1688
                       7424 Enterprise     1777      1789      1689
 
       890    2498     7425 Standard       1778      1791      1691
                       7427 Enterprise     1778      1792      1692
 

On/Off Capacity on Demand offers a prepaid capability to give you additional budgeting flexibility. You can choose to pay for 30 processor days prior to activation ("Prepaid Processor Days") at a discounted price. Consider this alternative when you don't want to be billed at the end of a quarter for temporary capacity that has been activated.

Prepaid processor days will be credited to your On/Off Capacity on Demand account for the applicable serial number system and applied to records of activated temporary capacity reported for such system. Any processor days used beyond the prepaid quantity will be billed at the regular processor day price. Unused prepaid processor days are not refundable and may not be transferred to another system. As with any processor activations, you are responsible for any additional software charges that may apply.

You must sign the On/Off Capacity on Demand contracts and order the applicable enablement code before purchasing the prepaid feature.

Temporary Capacity Enablement

Before requesting temporary capacity on your server, you must "enable" your server. To do this, order an enablement feature (MES only) and sign the required contracts.

IBM will generate an enablement code, mail it to you, and post it on the Web for you to retrieve and enter on your server.

An enablement code lets you request up to 192 processor days of temporary capacity. This means, you can make requests for temporary capacity over the life of the machine as long you don't exceed 192 processor days. When the limit is reached, a new enablement feature must be ordered, and a new enablement code must be entered. Every time a new enablement code is entered it will reset the limit of processor days that can be requested to 192.

Temporary Capacity Enablement: Step-by-Step

  • Prerequisite 1: Sales channel (IBM Business Partner) must sign one of the following contracts:

    • IBM Business Partner Agreement, Distributor Attachment for Temporary Capacity On Demand

    • IBM Business Partner Agreement for Solution Providers -- Attachment for Temporary Capacity On Demand

    • IBM Business Partner Agreement -- Attachment for Temporary Capacity On Demand

  • Prerequisite 2: Sales channel (IBM Business Partner or IBM Direct) must register at the following Web site:
    http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/ondemand/cod

  • Step 1: Customer asks sales channel to enable their machine for temporary capacity

  • Step 2: Customer must complete and sign the following contracts. It is the Sales Channel responsibility to return the signed contract to the GEO CSO organization and fax a copy to IBM at 1-507-253-4553
    • Required: IBM Customer Agreement, Attachment for Temporary Capacity On Demand
    • Required: IBM Supplement for Temporary Capacity On Demand
    • Optional: IBM Addendum for Temporary Capacity On Demand Alternative Reporting

  • Step 3: Sales channel places an order for the enablement feature.

  • Step 4: Sales channel updates their Web site registration data (see prerequisite #2 above) with information about the customer machine being enabled for temporary capacity. Note: The order for an enablement feature will NOT be fulfilled until this step is completed.

  • Step 5: IBM generates an enablement code and mails/posts it.

  • Step 6: Customer retrieves the enablement code and applies it to the server using the appropriate DST/SST screen (Enable Temporary System Capacity)

Temporary Capacity Requests

When you need temporary capacity, simply go to the temporary capacity screen on the server and specify how many of the stand-by (not activated) processors you would like temporarily activated and for how many days you would like them activated.

You will be billed for the processor days you request, so it is important to assign the processors to a partition as soon as they are activated to get the full benefit of the temporary capacity.

At the end of the temporary period (days you requested), you must make the temporarily activated processors "available" (LPAR state) to be reclaimed by the server, or you will be billed for any unreturned processor days (per the contract you signed).

Temporary Capacity Requests: Step-by-Step

  1. Customer goes to temporary capacity screen on the server and specifies the amount and duration of temporary capacity desired (e.g., quantity of processors for a duration of days).

  2. Customer presses enter, to confirm the request, and the capacity is activated.

  3. Customer assigns the temporary capacity to a partition (whether or not the machine is configured for LPAR) to begin using temporary capacity.

Temporary Capacity Billing

The contract, signed by the customer before receiving the enablement code, requires the customer to report billing data at least once a month (whether there is activity or not). This data is used to determine the proper amount to bill the customer at the end of each billing period (calendar quarter).

Processor days of credit (prepaid, bonus, and/or complementary) will be applied against any requested and/or unreturned processor days of temporary capacity. This will happen automatically, until they are used.

Failure to report billing data during a billing quarter will result in a bill for 90 days of temporary capacity.

The sales channel will be notified of customer requests for temporary capacity. As a result, the sales channel is required to place an order for a quantity of billing features (one feature for each billable processor day reported).

Temporary Capacity Billing: Step-by-Step

  1. Customer must report billing data (requested and unreturned processor days) at a minimum of once per month either electronically or via fax (stated requirement in the signed contract).

  2. At the end of each billing period (calendar quarter), IBM will process the reported data collected in the IBM database (MRPD), make adjustments for credit days (prepaid, bonus, and/or complementary) and then notify the sales channel, so the proper billing can take place.

  3. Sales channel places an order for a quantity of billing features (one billing feature for each processor day).

  4. IBM will ship a billing notice (notifies customer of billing actions) to the ship-to address on the order as part of the fulfillment process.

  5. Customer pays the sales channel and the sales channel pays IBM for the fulfillment of the billing features.

For more information about On/Off Capacity on Demand contracts, registration, and enablement, go to:

http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/ondemand/cod

Business Continuity Offerings

iSeries for High Availability

If you need 24x7 availability, you can tie multiple iSeries units together with high-function third-party software. Role swapping and production on both primary and secondary servers is typical. In this multi-iSeries environment, the iSeries for High Availability offering is an aggressively priced Model 825, 870, or 890 which is linked to a qualifying Model 825, 830, 840, 870, or 890 of equal or larger size (CPW). It can also be an aggressively priced Model 810 linked to a qualifying Model 270, 7xx, or 8xx of equal or larger size (CPW).

An iSeries for High Availability server can be a:

  • 1-Way or 2-Way Model 810
  • 3/6-Way Model 825
  • 5/8-Way or 8/16-Way Model 870
  • 16/24-Way or 24/32-Way Model 890

It is physically identical to the equivalent Enterprise Edition Model 810, 825, 870, or 890 except less content is shipped with the High Availability Edition than with the Enterprise Edition. For the Model 825, 870, and 890, On/Off Capacity on Demand capabilities and permanent activation of standby processors is identical to the Model 825, 870, and 890 Standard and Enterprise Editions. The same upgrade paths to larger processors as the Enterprise Edition Model 810, 825, 870, and 890 are offered.

High Availability Offerings

Model Server  Processor  Edition     POD        TCOD       TCOD   On/Off
      Feat     Feat      Feat    Activation  Enablement  Billing  Prepaid
----  ------  ---------  ------- ----------  ----------  -------- -------
810   0868     2465      7445       N/A        N/A        N/A      N/A
810   0866     2466      7446       N/A        N/A        N/A      N/A
810   0867     2467      7447       N/A        N/A        N/A      N/A
810   0869     2469      7448       N/A        N/A        N/A      N/A
825   0873     2473      7434       1609       1773       1783     1683
870   0889     2489      7435       1614       1774       1795     1695
870   0886     2486      7436       1611       1776       1786     1686
890   0897     2497      7437       1612       1777       1789     1689
890   0898     2498      7438       1613       1778       1792     1692
 

To be eligible to buy an iSeries for High Availability offering, you must meet specific criteria including:

  • For the Model 825, 870, 890 for High Availability, the primary server must be a Model 825, 870, or 890 with Enterprise Edition or a Model 830 or 840 with non-zero 5250 CPW.

    • The Model 830, 840, and 890 base processor features #0153, #0158, #0197, or #0198 do not qualify.

  • For the Model 810 for High Availability, the primary server must be a Model 270, 7xx, or 8xx, with non-zero 5250 CPW.

    • Model 270 or 820 base or DSD processor features such as #0150, #0151, #0152, #2432, #2434, #2452, #2454, #2456, #2457, #2458, #2242, #2434, #2424, #2425, #2426, or #2427 do not qualify.

  • The primary server cannot be an iSeries for High Availability.

  • The iSeries for High Availability (secondary server) must be smaller or equal in size (CPW) to the primary server to which it is linked.

  • The primary and secondary servers must use specific, qualifying high- function, high-availability software provided by eligible ISVs such as Lakeview Technology, Vision Solutions, or DataMirror. The Model 810 has an expanded list of ISV software and an expanded list of eligible ISVs such as iTera, Maximum Availability, and Traders.

  • If 1)the primary server is an 830 or 840, or 2)the iSeries for High Availability offering is a Model 810, then two new and additional ISV HA software licenses must be part of the acquisition.

For more information, link to:

www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/hardware/is4ha

iSeries for Capacity BackUp

An iSeries for Capacity BackUp offering is intended for companies requiring an off-site, disaster recovery machine at an extremely affordable price.

Leveraging iSeries On/Off Capacity on Demand capabilities, the iSeries for Capacity BackUp server has a minimum set of startup processors that can be used for any workload and a large number of standby processors that can be used at no-charge in the event of a disaster. Standby processors cannot be permanently activated. In addition to their no- charge disaster usage, standby processors can be used on a chargeable basis for other work. However, high usage of standby processors outside a disaster can add significant cost to an IT operation.

The iSeries for Capacity BackUp server is not intended or priced as a backup server for 24x7 high availability solutions that require day-to- day full operation of the backup server. Such utilization could require a significant number of chargeable processor days.

An iSeries for Capacity BackUp server is a 1/6-Way Model 825, a 2/16-Way Model 870, or a 4/32-Way Model 890. The five standby processors of the Model 825, or the 14 standby processors of the Model 870, or the 28 standby processors of the Model 890 cannot be permanently activated.

On/Off Capacity on Demand is almost identical to the Standard or Enterprise Edition servers. Compared to the Standard, Enterprise, or High Availability servers which come with 14 no-charge processor days the first time an enablement feature is shipped, Models 870 and 890 Capacity BackUp servers have a larger number of no-charge processor days. The Model 825 has 14 no-charge processor days. The Model 870 has 42 and the Model 890 has 84. The larger number of no-charge processor days can be used for initial testing of the disaster recovery installation.

Capacity BackUp Offerings:

Model  Server  Processor  Edition     TCOD      TCOD    On/Off
        Feat     Feat      Feat    Enablement  Billing  Prepaid
-----  ------  ---------  -------  ----------  -------  -------
 825    0890     2495      7439       1779      1797     1697
 870    0891     2496      7440       1780      1798     1698
 890    0892     2499      7441       1781      1799     1699
 

The Capacity BackUp Edition contains a minimal set of software content because IBM software licensing can allow the primary iSeries server's licensing to be transferred to a backup iSeries server in case the primary server is out of production. An iSeries for Capacity BackUp server can be upgraded to Enterprise Edition servers with the same number of total processors. For example a Model 870 2/16-Way can be upgraded to a 8/16-Way, but not a 5/8-Way. As with any edition upgrade, the hardware and services and most software content defined in the richer edition are not included in the upgrade price.

"Disaster" is defined as an event recoverable from an offsite location only and has resulted from the unforeseen loss of a production server's computing capability due solely to forces beyond your control. To qualify as a "disaster," such outage must be estimated to last for more than four hours and must not be caused by or otherwise related to hardware or software defects.

Intelligent PDU+

Continuous power usage data can be collected on your System i configuration via a #7109 intelligent power distribution unit (PDU+). The intelligent PDU+ includes 12 electrical outlets per PDU for the #0551 1.8 m rack, #0553 2.0 m rack, and #0555 25U rack. The #7109 is interchangeable with the #7188 PDU. However, only the #7109 PDU+ can collect usage data. Using software such as IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager, data administrators can use the information to monitor the power consumption of the data center at various times of the day, week, or month. They can use that information to identify anomalies and manage loads when electrical demands or costs are high. Electrical usage information correlates to heat output, so the data can also offer insights into air conditioning requirements.
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Product positioning

No longer applicable as all models and upgrades have been withdrawn from marketing.
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Models

Model summary matrix

Model 800

Processor                                   2463     2464
                                             Uni      Uni
                                            ----     ----
Processor CPW                                300      950
 
Main Storage
    DIMMs or Cards (Min/Max)                 1/8      1/8
    Min Capacity (MB)                        256      256
    Max Capacity (GB)                          8        8
 
Disk Storage (GB)
    Minimum                                 17.5     17.5
    Maximum                                 4445     4445
 
Disk Arms                                     63       63
 
Internal DVD/Tape                              4        4
 
External Tape/Optical/CD/DVD                  15       15
 
Physical Packaging
    External Ports                             2        2
    External Loops                             1        1
    I/O Towers Supported                       1        1
    PCI Card Slots                            21       21
    Maximum PCI IOA Cards                     17       17
 
Twinaxial Controllers                         15       15
Twinaxial Devices                            600      600
 
Communication Lines                           60       60
 
LAN Ports                                     11       11
 
Windows Integration
    Integrated xSeries Servers                 4        4
    Integrated xSeries Adapters                3        3
 

Note: Capacities shown are for new models shipped from the plant and include prerequisite expansion features. Some maximums and combinations of devices may be subject to configuration restrictions.

Model 810

Processor                         2465    2466    2467    2469
                                   Uni     Uni     Uni   2-Way
 
                                  ----    ----    ----    ----
Processor CPW                      750    1020    1470    2700
 
Main Storage
    DIMMs or Cards (Min/Max)       1/8     1/8     1/8    2/16
    Min Capacity (MB)              512     512     512     512
    Max Capacity (GB)               16      16      16      16
 
Disk Storage (GB)
    Minimum                       17.5    17.5    17.5    17.5
    Maximum                      13971   13971   13971   13971
 
Disk Arms                          198     198     198     198
 
Internal CD/DVD/Tape                10      10      10      10
 
External Tape/Optical/CD/DVD        18      18      18      18
 
Physical Packaging
    External Ports                   2       2       2       2
    External Loops                   1       1       1       1
    I/O Towers Supported             4       4       4       4
    PCI Card Slots                  63      63      63      63
    Maximum PCI IOA Cards           50      50      50      50
 
Twinaxial Controllers               48      48      48      48
Twinaxial Devices                 1920    1920    1920    1920
 
Communication Lines                192     192     192     192
 
LAN Ports                           36      36      36      36
 
Windows Integration
    Integrated xSeries Servers      13      13      13      13
    Integrated xSeries Adapters      7       7       7       7
 

Note: Capacities shown are for new models shipped from the plant and include prerequisite expansion features. Some maximums and combinations of devices may be subject to configuration restrictions.

Model 825

Processor                                   2473          2495
                                         3/6-Way       1/6-Way
                                            ----          ----
Processor CPW                          3600-6600     1250-6600
 
Main Storage
    DIMMs or Cards (Min/Max)                4/24          4/24
    Min Capacity (MB)                       2048          2048
    Max Capacity (GB)                         48            48
 
Disk Storage (GB)
    Minimum                                 17.5          17.5
    Maximum                                58216         58216
 
Disk Arms                                    825           825
 
Internal CD/DVD/Tape                          18            18
 
External Tape/Optical/CD/DVD                  18            18
 
Physical Packaging
    External Ports                             6             6
 
    External Loops                             3             3
    I/O Towers Supported                      18            18
    PCI Card Slots                           263           263
    Maximum PCI IOA Cards                    206           206
 
Twinaxial Controllers                        135           135
Twinaxial Devices                           5400          5400
 
Communication Lines                          320           320
 
LAN Ports                                     96            96
 
Windows Integration
    Integrated xSeries Servers                36            36
    Integrated xSeries Adapters               18            18
 

Note: Capacities shown are for new models shipped from the plant and include prerequisite expansion features. Some maximums and combinations of devices may be subject to configuration restrictions.

Model 870

Processor                            2489          2486          2496
                                  5/8-Way      8/16-Way      2/16-Way
                               ----------   -----------    ----------
Processor CPW                  7700-11500   11500-20000    3200-20000
 
Main Storage
    Cards (Min/Max)                   2/2           2/4           2/4
    Min Capacity (GB)                   8             8             8
    Max Capacity (GB)                  64           128           128
 
Disk Storage (GB)
    Minimum                          17.5          17.5          17.5
    Maximum                         76210        144446        144446
 
Disk Arms                            1080          2047          2047
 
Internal CD/DVD/Tape                26/48         26/48         26/48
 
Ext Tape/Optical/CD/DVD             26/48         26/48         26/48
 
Physical Packaging
    External Ports                      8            16            16
    External Loops                      4             8             8
    I/O Towers Supported               23            47            47
    PCI Card Slots                    336           672           672
    Maximum PCI IOA Cards             264           528           528
 
Twinaxial Controllers                 180           180           180
Twinaxial Devices                    7200          7200          7200
 
Communication Lines                   480           480           480
 
LAN Ports                             128           128           128
 
Windows Integration
    Integrated xSeries Server          48            48            48
    Integrated xSeries Adapter         32            60            60
 

Note: Capacities shown are for new models shipped from the plant and include prerequisite expansion features. Some maximums and combinations of devices may be subject to configuration restrictions.

Model 890

Processor                                  2497       2498      2499
                                      16/24-Way  24/32-Way   4/32-Way
                                      ---------  ---------  ---------
Processor CPW                          20000-     29300-      5600-
                                          29300      37400      37400
 
Main Storage
    Cards (Min/Max)                         2/6        4/8        4/8
    Min Capacity (GB)                         8         16         16
    Max Capacity (GB)                       192        256        256
 
Disk Storage (GB)
    Minimum                                17.5       17.5       17.5
    Maximum                              144446     144446     144446
 
Disk Arms                                  2047       2047       2047
 
Internal CD/DVD/Tape                         26         26         26
 
External Tape/Optical/CD/DVD                 26         26         26
 
Physical Packaging
    External Ports                           24         28         28
    External Loops                           12         14         14
    I/O Towers Supported                     47         47         47
    PCI Card Slots                          672        672        672
    Maximum PCI IOA Cards                   526        526        526
 
Twinaxial Controllers                       180        180        180
Twinaxial Devices                          7200       7200       7200
 
Communication Lines                         480        480        480
 
LAN Ports                                   128        128        128
 
Windows Integration
    Integrated xSeries Servers               48         48         48
    Integrated xSeries Adapters              60         60         60
 

Note: Capacities shown are for new models shipped from the plant and include prerequisite expansion features. Some maximums and combinations of devices may be subject to configuration restrictions.

Customer setup (CSU)

Model 800 and 810 initial installation is customer setup. Model 825, 870, and 890 initial installation will be performed by IBM service representatives. Model upgrades on ALL models are performed by IBM service representatives.

Some features are designated CSU. On MES orders where all features are CSU, the customer can install all features. IBM installation is available for a charge, under normal service contracts. On MES orders that contain mix of IBM and CSU features, the customer may choose to have the IBM service representative install all features (including those designated as CSU).

The customer is responsible for installation of external cables, displays, printers, and modems. Customers may request IBM service personnel to perform these activities for a charge.

Customer Replaceable Units (CRU)

Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890 support the service option of Customer Replaceable Units (CRUs). This gives customers the ability to replace failed devices on a schedule that meets their needs. A CRU is a part that has been designed and tested to be installed by the customer. A CRU is shipped to the customer and is to be replaced by the customer. CRU parts include, but are not limited to, memory (Models 800, 810, and 825), CD-ROM, DVD, DASD, PCI adapters, tape drives, tape cleaning cartridges, and power supplies.

Devices supported

Supported External Devices

Tape

  • 3490-F00/F01/F11/F1A 1/2-Inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem
  • 3490E-C11/C22/C1A/C2A(w/#5040)/E01/E11 1/2-Inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem
  • 3494 Tape Library Dataserver
  • 3570-B00/B01/B02/B11/B12/B1A/C00/C01/C02/C11/C12/C1A 1/2-Inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem
  • 3575-L06/L12/L18/L24/L32 1/2-Inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem
  • 3580-H11 1/2-Inch Tape Bridge Box
  • 3581-H17 1/2-Inch Tape Autoloader
  • 3583-Lxx 1/2-Inch Tape Library
  • 3584-L32/D32 1/2-Inch Tape Library
  • 3590-B11/B1A/E11/E1A/H11/H1A 1/2-Inch Cartridge Tape Subsystem
  • 7206-VX2 80GB Tape Drive
  • 7207-122 QIC-SLR Tape Bridge Box
  • 7208-012 5.0GB 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit
  • 7208-222 7.0GB 8mm Cartridge Tape Unit
  • 7208-232 8mm Dual 5.0GB Cartridge Tape Subsystem
  • 7208-234 8mm Dual 7.0GB Cartridge Tape Subsystem
  • 7208-342 20.0GB 8mm Cartridge Tape Bridge Box
  • 7208-345 8mm Tape Bridge Box
  • 7329-308 1/4-Inch Tape Autoloader
  • 9348-001 1/2-Inch Reel Tape Unit - Rack Mount
  • 9348-002 1/2-Inch Reel Tape Unit - Table Top
  • 9427-210/211 8mm Library Attach

CD-ROM/DVD-RAM

  • 7210-020 CD-ROM Bridge Box
  • 7210-025 IBM 7210 Model 025 DVD-RAM Drive

Optical

  • 3995-C40/C42/C44/C46/C48 Optical Library DataServer

Attached with Native LAN:

  • 3995-023/123/A23/112/113/C20/C22/C24/C26/C28 Optical Library Dataserver

Miscellaneous

  • 1519-100 Integrated xSeries Adapter for iSeries
  • 2105-F10/F20 Enterprise Storage Server
  • 2109-S08/S16 SAN Fibre Channel Switch
  • 3534-1RU SAN Fibre Channel Managed Hub
  • 9309 Rack Enclosures

Model conversions

(No longer available)

Graduated Charges

The following processor groups apply for software with graduated charges.

    Model         Processor         Edition         Processor
                  Feature           Feature         Group
    -----         ---------         -------         ---------
     800            2463              7400             P05
                    2464              7408             P10
 
     810            2465              7404             P10
                    2465              7406             P10
 
                    2466              7407             P10
                    2466              7409             P10
 
                    2467              7410             P10
                    2467              7412             P10
 
                    2469              7428             P20
                    2469              7430             P20
                    2469              7434             P20
 
     825            2473              7416             P30
                    2473              7418             P30
 
     870            2486              7419             P40
                    2486              7421             P40
                    2486              7436             P40
 
                    2489              7431             P40
                    2489              7433             P40
                    2489              7435             P40
 
     890            2497              7422             P50
                    2497              7424             P50
                    2497              7437             P50
 
                    2498              7425             P50
                    2498              7427             P50
                    2498              7438             P50
 

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Technical description
TOC Link Physical specifications TOC Link Operating environment TOC Link Limitations
TOC Link Hardware requirements TOC Link Software requirements


Physical specifications

                                         Dimension           Weight
                                  Width   Depth   Height   Est. Maximum
                                  -----   -----   ------   -------------
Model 800 and 810
 System Units                     366mm   610mm    610mm     52.7kgs
                                 (14.5in) (24in)   (24in)    (116lbs)
 
 w/#7116 System Unit Expansion    552mm   610mm    610mm     79.6kgs
                                 (21.9in) (24in)   (24in)    (175lbs)
 
Model 825
 System Unit                      445mm   830mm    610mm      110kgs
                                 (17.5in)(32.7in)  (24in)    (224lbs)
 
Model 870 and 890
 System Units                     785mm  1494mm   2025mm      800kgs
                                (30.9in)(58.8in) (79.7in)   (1758lbs)
Expansion Towers
 
 #5088 PCI-X Expansion            485mm  1075mm    200mm       68kgs
                                (19.1in)(42.3in)  (8.0in)    (150lbs)
 
 #5094/#9094 PCI I/O Enclosure    485mm  1075mm    910mm      280kgs
                                (19.1in)(42.3in) (35.8in)    (617lbs)
 
 #5095 PCI-X Expansion            366mm   728mm    610mm     52.7kgs
                                 (14.5in)(28.7in) (24.0in)    (116lbs)
 
 #5294/#8094 PCI 1.8m I/O Tower   650mm  1020mm   1800mm      726kgs
                                 (25.5in)(40.1in) (71.0in)   (1600lbs)
 

Operating environment

                          Model 800       Model 825       Model 870
                          Model 810                       Model 890
                          ---------       ---------       ---------
 
 Electrical power (kVA)     0.421         .881-1.54      6.315-10.099
 
 Noise level (dBa)            41              48              54
 
 Leakage and starting
  current (mA/A)           3.5/41          3.5/125        3.5/163
 
 Temperature                 10 to 38 degrees C (50 to 100 degrees F)
 
 Relative humidity                        8% to 80%(1)
 
 Wet bulb                         23 degrees C (73.4 degrees F)
 

Note: (1) All tape media used on the 9402, 9404, and 9406 have a relative humidity range of 20% to 80%.

Voltage

Models 800, 810, and expansion units/towers #0595, #5095, and #7116 operate at low-voltage (100-127VAC) or high-voltage (200-240VAC). Model 825 operates at high-voltage (200-240VAC). Models 870 and 890 operate at high-voltage (200-480VAC, three-phase). Expansion units/towers #0588, #5088, #5094, #5294, #8094, and #9094 operate at high-voltage only.

The appropriate system power cord is added automatically by the configurator based on country in which the order is placed. For default power cord, other power cord options, and additional technical planning information, refer to the iSeries planning Web site at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/infocenter
  1. Select Language, V5R2
  2. Then Plan for Hardware and Software

For upgrades, also consult the planning Web site to make sure no changes to your power distribution system are required.

Limitations

Not applicable.

Hardware requirements

Not applicable.

Software requirements

iSeries Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890 require OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Information APAR II13365 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

New features used in Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890, require OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

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Publications

The following CD-ROMs are delivered with all new system and upgrade orders:

  • iSeries 400 Setup and Operations CD-ROM (SK3T-4098)

  • iSeries Information Center and Supplemental Manuals in a 2-CD kit (SK3T-4091 which includes SKT-4092)

The following publications are delivered with all new system and upgrade orders:

  • Start Here (SA41-5115)

  • iSeries Statement of Limited Warranty and Agreement for Licensed Internal Code (SC41-0699)

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Features
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Features - No charge

Feature Notes

Features can be added and removed from iSeries servers by ordering new features, removing existing features, or doing feature conversions, if available. Some of these features may be withdrawn over time. Check with your IBM representative for current availability.

Feature conversions are used when it is necessary to physically change an installed feature. New parts will be shipped, and, unless otherwise noted, the removed or replaced parts become the property of IBM.

The addition of a new feature and removal of an installed feature does not involve any credit. Unless otherwise specified, a removed feature remains the property of the customer. Feature removals not associated with a model upgrade or feature conversion may be subject to a charge.

System Configuration

All system units and expansion units have locations for features including processors, main storage, power, expansion, disks, tapes, CD/DVDs, and IOPs. Some restrictions may apply to certain combinations of features. The configurator contains the rules and performance considerations for placement of these features, and should be used to ensure a valid configuration. The use of performance tools may also help in optimizing a configuration to match a specific set of requirements.

Customer Setup (CSU) Features

Some features are designated CSU. On MES orders where all features are CSU, the customer installs all features. IBM installation is available for a charge, under normal service contracts. On MES orders that contain a mix of IBM and CSU features, the customer may choose to have the IBM service representative install all features (including those designated as CSU).

FC     Description                           800   810   825   870   890
----   ----------------------------          ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
0002   Customer Install MES                   M     M     M     M     M
0003   Notify CSO After Install               M     M     M     M     M
0005   Bulk Order Indicator                   M     M     M     M     M
0006   LPAR Restrict Build Process            P     P     P     P     P
0040   Mirrored System Disk Level             M     M     M     M     M
0041   Device Parity Protection-All           M     M     M     M     M
0042   Mirrored System IOP Level              M     M     M     M     M
0043   Mirrored System Bus Level              M     M     M     M     M
0057   9309-002 Lcl Src SPCN Rack             S     S     S     S     S
0058   9309-002 Lcl Src Rack                  S     S     S     S     S
0092   External xSeries Attach                S     S     S     S     S
0123   #5074 Lower Unit in Rack                     S     S     S     S
0140   Logical Partitioning Specify           M     M     M     M     M
0141   HSL Opticonnect Specify                S     S     S     S     S
0142   Linux Partition Specify                M     M     M     M     M
0143   Disk Ctlr Placement Except             S     S     S     S     S
0162   Extended Single Ended Attach           M     M     M     M     M
0163   Fibre Channel Attach                   M     M     M     M     M
0164   Differential Attach                    S     S     S     S     S
0165   VHDCI                                  M     M     M     M     M
0205   RISC-to-RISC Data Migration            P     P     P     P     P
0223   100Mbps Token-Ring Specify             S     S     S     S     S
0224   100/10Mbps Ethernet Specify                  S     S     S     S
0225   1Gbps Ethernet Specify                       S     S     S     S
0226   1Gbps Ethernet Specify                 M     M     M     M     M
0272   Renovated by IBM                       M     M     M     M     M
0290   Ext Tape Attached via #5736            S     S     S     S     S
0299   MES Conversion Analysis                S     S     S     S     S
0274   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0275   CSC Specify                            M     M     M     M     M
0276   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0277   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0278   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0279   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0280   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0281   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0282   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0283   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0284   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0285   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0286   CSC Specify                            S     S     S     S     S
0302   EXP24 Attach via Existing              M     M     M     M     M
0530   Software Version V5R3                  S     S     S     S     S
0532   V5R4 OS, V5R4M0 Machine Code           M     M     M     M     M
0533   V5R4OS, V5R4M5 Machine Code            M     M     M     M     M
0534   i5/OS V6R1 M0 Machine Code             S     S     S     S     S
0574   #5074 Equivalent                             S     S     S     S
0600   CCEP                                   M     M     M     M     M
0650   Direct Attach-5778                     S     S     S     S     S
0694   #5094 Equivalent                       S     S     S     S     S
0705   Forced #2749 Placement                 S     S           S     S
0706   Forced #2765 Placement                                         S
0707   Forced #2768 Placement                       S           S     S
0708   Forced #5702 Placement                 M     M           M     M
0826   #4314 Load Source Specify                    S     S     S     S
0827   #4324 Load Source Specify                    S     S     S     S
0828   #4317 Load Source Specify              S     S     S     S     S
0829   #4318 Load Source Specify              S     S     S     S     S
0830   #4319 Load Source Specify              S     S     S     S     S
0834   #4326 Load Source Specify              S     S     S     S     S
0835   #4327 Load Source Specify              S     S     S     S     S
0836   #4328/#1268 Load Source Spec                             S     S
1025   Modem Cable - US/Canada                A     A     A     A     A
1268   141.12GB 15k rpm Disk Unit             M     M     M     M     M
1300   200-240V 6-Ft Line Cord                                  S     S
1301   200-240V 14-Ft Line Cord                                 S     S
1302   480V 6-Ft Line Cord                                      S     S
1303   480V 14-Ft Line Cord                                     S     S
1304   4.3m 380V/30A 3-PH Pwr Cd                                S     S
1311   System Unique Identifier               M     M     M     M     M
1406   200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord            S     S     S     S     S
1410   200V 6-Ft Line Cord                    S     S     S
1411   200V 14-Ft Line Cord                   S     S     S     S     S
1412   125V 6-Ft Line Cord                    S     S     S
1413   125V 14-Ft Line Cord                         S     S
1414   200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord            S     S     S
1415   200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord            S     S     S
1416   200V 14-Ft Locking Line Cord                 S     S
1417   200V 14-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord                 S     S
1422   3m IEC 320 C13/14 PDU Cord             S     S     S     S     S
1424   200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord                  S     S     S     S
1425   200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord                  S     S     S     S
1426   200V 14-Ft Locking Line Cord           S     S     S     S     S
1427   200V 14-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord           S     S     S     S     S
1438   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd AU/NZ             S     S     S
1439   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd EU/Asia           S     S     S
1440   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Denmark           S     S     S
1441   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd S Afric           M     M     M
1442   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Swiss             S     S     S
1443   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd UK                S     S     S
1444   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Italy             S     S     S
1445   4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Israel            S     S     S
1451   200V 6-Ft Line Cord                    S     S     S     S     S
1452   200V 14-Ft Line Cord                   S     S     S     S     S
1453   200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord            S     S     S     S     S
1454   200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord            M     M     M     M     M
1455   200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord            S     S     S     S     S
1456   200V 14-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord           M     M     M     M     M
1457   200V 6-Ft Upper Line Cord              S     S     S     S     S
1458   200V 6-Ft Upper Locking Cord           S     S     S     S     S
1459   200V 6-Ft Upper Wtrtght Cord           S     S     S     S     S
1463   2m SPCN Cable                          S     S     S     S     S
1464   6m SPCN Cable                          S     S     S     S     S
1465   15m SPCN Cable                         M     M     M     M     M
1466   30m SPCN Cable                         S     S     S     S     S
2917   English U/L DBCS                       M     M     M     M     M
2924   English                                M     M     M     M     M
2958   Universal Japanese                     M     M     M     M     M
4328   141.12GB 15k rpm Disk Unit             S     S     S     S     S
5000   Software Preload Required              P     P     P     P     P
5001   Customer Solution Center               S     S     S     S     S
5002   AS/400 CDSC - Rochester Mfg            S     S     S     S     S
5029   Software Version V5R2                  S     S     S     S     S
5048   FC Order Japan                         S     S     S
5540   Sys Console on Twinax WSC              M     M     M     M     M
5544   Sys Console on OP Console              M     M     M     M     M
5546   Sys Console 100Mbps Tkn-Rng            S     S           S     S
5548   Sys Console 100Mbps Ethernet           M     M     M     M     M
7109   Intelligent PDU Plus                   M     M     M     M     M
7510   Quantity 150 of #4328                        S     S     S     S
7522   Quantity 150 of #1268                        S     S     S     S
9094   Base PCI-X I/O Enclosure                                 S     S
9284   Base 30GB 1/4-Inch Cart Tape           S
9285   Base 80GB VXA-2 Tape Drive             S
9603   Base POD Activation                                      S     S
9691   Base Bus Adapter                             S     S     S     S
9710   Base PCI Integ xSeries Srvr                        S     S     S
9726   Base 512MB Server Memory                           S     S     S
9730   Base HSL-2 Ports - 4 Copper                              S     S
9738   Base PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet                 S     S     S     S
9739   Base Optical Bus Adapter                           S     S     S
9744   Base PCI IOP                           S     S     S     S     S
9746   Base PCI Twinax Wrkstn IOA             S
9749   Base PCI 100/10 Ethernet IOA           S
9771   Base PCI 2-Line WAN w/Modem            S     S     S     S     S
9785   Base HSL-2 Ports - 2 Copper                        S
9786   Base HSL Ports - 2 Optical                         S
9787   Base HSL-2 Ports - 2 Copper                        S
9789   Base HSL Ports - 4 Optical                                     S
9792   Base PCI Integrated xSeries Server                 S     S     S
9844   Base PCI IOP                           S     S     S     S     S
9876   Base Optical Bus Adapter                           S     S     S
9877   Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter                 S     S     S     S     S
9886   Base Optical Bus Adapter                           S     S     S
9887   Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter                 S     S     S     S     S
9943   Base PCI IOP                                 S     S     S     S
 
 Order codes:
 
         M - Available on field upgrade (MES) orders only
         S - Supported for migration only and cannot be ordered
 

No-Charge Specify Code Descriptions

Disk Protection

(#0040) Mirrored System Disk Level Protection Capability

This code indicates the level of disk protection desired and helps ensure that adequate hardware is in the final configuration.

For new systems: Causes the order to fail if sufficient disk units are not ordered to support device-level mirrored protection. #0040 causes all disk units to be placed into configurations capable of implementing mirrored pairs.

For upgrade orders: #0040 will cause a warning message to be generated during implementation of mirroring if sufficient disk units are not available to provide mirroring capability.

It is the customer's responsibility to start mirroring on their system.

Mirrored system disk level protection requires all disk units to be placed into mirrored pairs and mirroring be started. The load source must be controlled by the first disk controller on the first system bus and must be mirrored to a like disk unit also attached to the first disk controller on the first system bus. Refer to the iSeries Information Center for important Mirrored Protection implementation details.

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html/as400/infocenter.htm

Logically partitioned systems (LPAR) require additional planning.

The minimum number of disks allowed on a system is two.

(#0041) Device Parity Protection Capability

This code indicates the level of disk protection desired and helps ensure that adequate hardware is in the final configuration.

This is the default specify code for data protection capability.

For new systems: Causes the order to fail if a disk unit or adapter is ordered that is not capable of implementing RAID protection. #0041 causes all internal disk units to be placed into configurations capable of implementing RAID arrays using a RAID-capable disk controller.

For upgrade orders: #0041 will cause the order to replace adapters that are not RAID-capable with RAID-capable adapters. A warning message will be generated during RAID enablement if there are not enough disk units to support a minimum RAID configuration.

It is the customer's responsibility to start RAID on their system.

Device parity protection requires all disk units to be placed in sets large enough to turn on RAID protection, as well as be connected to a RAID-capable adapter. The rules for RAID can be found in the disk controller descriptions.

(#0042) Mirrored System IOP Level Protection Capability

This code indicates the level of disk protection desired and helps ensure that adequate hardware is in the final configuration.

For new systems: Causes the order to fail if sufficient disk units and IOPs are not included on the order to support IOP-level mirrored protection. #0042 causes all disk units to be placed into configurations capable of IOP-level mirroring. Each disk unit and its mirrored pair must be on a different disk unit IOP.

Important: The load source disk unit in a new, preloaded system will be device-level mirrored (same protection as provided in #0040, above). This means that the load source is controlled by the first disk unit controller on the first system bus, and will be mirrored with a like disk unit which is also attached to the same first disk controller on the first system bus.

For upgrade orders: #0042 will cause a warning message to be generated during implementation of the upgrade if sufficient disk units, adapters, and IOPs are not available to provide the capability to enable IOP-level mirrored protection for all DASD.

It is the customer's responsibility to start mirroring on their system.

The minimum number of disks allowed on a system is four.

(#0043) Mirrored System BUS Level Protection Capability

This code indicates the level of disk protection desired and helps ensure that adequate hardware is in the final configuration.

For new systems: Causes the order to fail if sufficient disk units, IOPs and expansion units are not included on the order to support bus-level mirrored protection for all disk units. New, preloaded systems will be shipped with bus-level mirroring enabled.

Important: The load source disk unit in a new, preloaded system will be device-level mirrored. This means that the load source is controlled by the first disk controller on the first system bus, and will be mirrored with a like disk unit which is also attached to the same first disk controller on the first system bus. Bus level mirroring of the Load Source disk unit can be achieved only by enabling Remote Load Source Mirroring before starting Mirrored Protection. Details about implementing Remote Load Source Mirroring can be found in the iSeries Information Center.

http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/pubs/html/as400/infocenter.htm

For upgrade orders: A warning message will be generated during installation of the upgrade if sufficient disk units, IOPs, and expansion units are not available to provide the capability to enable bus-level mirrored protection for all disk units.

It is the customer's responsibility to start mirroring on their system.

Bus-level mirroring requires all disk units to be placed into mirrored pairs on separate busses. Refer to the iSeries Information Center for important Mirrored Protection and Remote Load Source Mirroring implementation details. Logically partitioned systems (LPAR) require additional planning.

The minimum number of disks allowed on a system is four.

System Console

A system console specify code must be selected on each new order. One console adapter is required on each new order to drive the system console. The system console may be changed on installed systems via MES.

(#5540) System Console on Twinaxial WSC

When #5540 is on the order, the system console is driven by a twinaxial adapter. #4746 PCI Twinaxial Workstation IOA is added to the order:

(#5544) System Console on OP Console

When #5544 is on the order, the system console is driven by a WAN adapter. A #0367, Operations Console PCI cable is included.

(#5546) System Console 100Mbps Token-Ring

(No longer available as of June 1, 2006)

With #5546, the system console is driven by a token-ring LAN adapter. #2744, PCI 100Mbps Token-Ring IOA, is required on the server. This LAN adapter must be dedicated to console support/functions and cannot be used for any other purpose.

Prerequisite: One #0367 Operations Console cable. With LPAR, one #0367 per server is sufficient, regardless of the number of LAN consoles defined per system.

(#5548) System Console 100Mbps Ethernet

With #5548, the system console is driven by an Ethernet LAN adapter. A 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA is required on the system. This LAN adapter must be dedicated to console support functions and cannot be used for any other purpose.

Prerequisite: One #0367 Operations Console cable. With LPAR, one #0367 per server is sufficient, regardless of the number of LAN consoles defined per system.

Device Attachment

(#0057) - 9309-002 SPCN Lcl Src

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#0058) - 9309-002 Non-SPCN Lcl Src

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#0092) - External xSeries Attach

(No Longer Available as of October 29, 2010)

(#0162) Extended Single Ended Attach

Added to an order for each of the following devices directly attaching (not second on a daisy-chained string) to an iSeries system via a #2768/#5702/#5705.

  • 7329-308 - 1/4-Inch Tape Autoloader
  • 7210-025 - DVD-RAM Drive

Note: If any of the above devices will be daisy-chained off of another device, then the #0162 specify is not be added to the order.

(#0163) Fibre Channel Attach

This specify is added to an order for each device attaching to an iSeries system via a #2765, PCI Fibre Channel Tape Controller.

(#0164) Differential Attach

(No Longer Available as of January 9, 2005)

Attachment via differential interface (#2749).

(#0165) VHDCI Attachment

#0165 is used to indicate that an external CD/DVD/tape device will be attached to a #5702 or #5705 controller.

Line Cords

The configurator will select default line cords for the country in which the order is placed. Optional line cords may be selected.

  • 1300 - 200-240V 6-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • 1301 - 200-240V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • 1302 - 480V 6-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • 1303 - 480V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • 1304 - 4.3m 380V/30A 3-PH Pwr Cd (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • 1394 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord Brazil
  • 1395 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord China (No longer available)
  • 1396 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord China
  • 1397 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord Argent (No longer available)
  • 1398 - 4.3m 100V/10A Pwr Cord Brazil (No longer available)
  • 1399 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord Brazil
  • 1408 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord Italy
  • 1406 - 200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1409 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • 1410 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1411 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1412 - 125V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1414 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1415 - 200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1418 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord S Afric
  • 1419 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord Israel
  • 1420 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord EU/Asia
  • 1421 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord CH/DK
  • 1422 - 3m IEC 320 C13/14 PDU Cord (No longer available)
  • 1426 - 200V 14-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1427 - 200V 14-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1438 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • 1439 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord EU/Asia (No longer available)
  • 1440 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord Denmark (No longer available)
  • 1441 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord S Afric (No longer available)
  • 1442 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord Swiss (No longer available)
  • 1443 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord UK (No longer available)
  • 1444 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord Italy (No longer available)
  • 1445 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cord Israel (No longer available)
  • 1446 - 4.3m 200V/30A Pwr Cord Korea (No longer available)
  • 1447 - 4.3m 200V/30A Pwr Cord AU (No longer available)
  • 1448 - 4.3m 200V/30A Pwr Cord NZ (No longer available)
  • 1449 - 4.3m 200V/32A Pwr Cord EU 1-PH (No longer available)
  • 1450 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord EU 2-PH (No longer available)
  • 1451 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1452 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • 1453 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1454 - 200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • 1455 - 200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1456 - 200V 14-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • 1457 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Line Cord (No longer available)
  • 1458 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Locking Cord (No longer available)
  • 1459 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Wtrtght Cord (No longer available)
  • 1476 - 4.3m 200V/12A Pwr Cord UK (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • 1477 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cord (No Longer Available as of July 30, 2010)

Language Nomenclature

All systems require a #29XX specify code. A 29XX code is required on all model upgrades, even if one is already on the records.

Machine history at the IBM plant is used to ship the proper language when the 29XX code is not on an MES order.

These features have country-specific usage.

  • #2902 Estonian
  • #2903 Lithuanian
  • #2904 Latvian
  • #2905 Vietnamese
  • #2906 Lao
  • #2909 Belgian English
  • #2911 Slovenian
  • #2912 Croatian
  • #2913 Macedonian
  • #2914 Serbian
  • #2915 Polish
  • #2916 Russian
  • #2917 English U/L DBCS
  • #2918 Slovakian
  • #2919 Portuguese MNCS
  • #2920 Farsi
  • #2924 English
  • #2928 French
  • #2929 German
  • #2930 Japanese Kanji
  • #2931 Spanish
  • #2932 Italian
  • #2935 French Canadian
  • #2939 German MNCS
  • #2940 French MNCS
  • #2941 Arabic
  • #2942 Italian MNCS
  • #2944 Icelandic
  • #2950 English U/C SBCS (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #2956 Turkish
  • #2957 Greek
  • #2958 Universal Japanese
  • #2962 Traditional Chinese
  • #2969 Korean
  • #2972 Thai
  • #2974 Bulgarian
  • #2975 Czech
  • #2976 Hungarian
  • #2978 Portuguese
  • #2979 Brazilian Portuguese
  • #2980 UK English (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #2982 Finnish
  • #2983 Norwegian
  • #2984 Belgian French
  • #2987 Swedish
  • #2988 Dutch
  • #2989 Belgian Dutch
  • #2990 Hebrew
  • #2992 Romanian
  • #2993 Danish
  • #2995 Albanian
  • #2998 Chinese (PRC)

Software Preload

(#0530) Software Version V5R3

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

(#0532) V5R4 OS, V5R4M0 Machine Code

This specify code is used to indicate what release of i5/OS will be used on the system. For an LPAR system, this specify indicates what release of i5/OS will be used in the system's primary partition. V5R4 machine code requires a minimum i5/OS load source of 17GB.

(#0566) - IBM i 6.1 with 6.1.1 Machine Code Specify Code

This feature is used to indicate the correct level of code when IBM i is specified.

  • Attributes provided: IBM i 6.1 with 6.1.1 Machine Code Indicator
  • Attributes required: IBM i operating system
  • For 9406-800: (#0566)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 1PO (Initial order maximum: 1)
    • OS level required: IBM i 6.1.1
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-810: (#0566)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 1PO (Initial order maximum: 1)
    • OS level required: IBM i 6.1.1
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-825: (#0566)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 1PO (Initial order maximum: 1)
    • OS level required: IBM i 6.1.1
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-870: (#0566)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 1PO (Initial order maximum: 1)
    • OS level required: IBM i 6.1.1
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-890: (#0566)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 1PO (Initial order maximum: 1)
    • OS level required: IBM i 6.1.1
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No

(#5000) SW Preload Required

Indicates that preloaded software and/or consolidated I/O is shipped with the initial order. A maximum of one (#5000) is supported. This feature has country-specific usage.

(#5029) Software Version V5R2

(No Longer Available as of April 1, 2005)

#5029 is required on all new orders and upgrades to Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890.

Miscellaneous

(#0002) Customer Install MES

This code drives translated customer installation instructions, MES package labeling, and indicates that an IBM CE should not automatically be dispatched to install the MES. The order configurators will place this specify on orders when required.

(#0003) Notify CSO After Install

Indicates that IBM service involvement is required to install an MES. This feature drives service installation instructions, MES package labeling, and indicates that IBM service should be dispatched to install the MES.

(#0005) Bulk Order Indicator

This specify code is used by manufacturing applications to determine the correct number of additional hardware items (i.e., wrist straps) to include on a bulk MES order.

(#0006) LPAR Restrict Build Process

Added to an initial order system where logical partitioning (LPAR)(#0140) is requested. This code instructs manufacturing to only load SLIC on the minimum number of DASD files (i.e., do not spread across all available DASD units. Mutually exclusive with #5000 SW Preload, or any solution developer preloads.

Prerequisite: #0140 (Logical Partitioned System). Maximum: One.

(#0140) Logical Partitioning Specify

#0140 is used to specify that this system will be logically partitioned. The configurator will add a quantity of one #0140 to the order for each logical partition running OS/400.

Initial system orders and model upgrade orders containing this specify will ship without RAID or mirroring enabled.

(#0141) HSL OptiConnect Specify

(No Longer Available as of October 29, 2010)

#0141 specifies that this system will be part of a cluster using HSL OptiConnect. This code allows additional HSL cables to be ordered for the OptiConnect systems.

(#0142) Linux Partition Specify

#0142 is used to specify that this system will be logically partitioned with a Linux partition. The configurators will add a quantity of one #0142 to the order for each Linux partition required.

Linux direct-attached features are only allowed within a Linux partition. Linux direct-attached features are not allowed in OS/400 partitions.

There are no minimum number of Linux direct-attached features required per Linux partition. A Linux partition can exist without any Linux direct-attached features in it. iSeries will provide virtual I/O for Linux partitions without any Linux direct attach features.

Prerequisite: #0140, Logical Partitioning Specify.

(#0143) Disk Controller Placement Exception

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#0143 on an order or on the inventory records indicates that additional disk unit controllers may exist on this system, above and beyond the minimum required to drive the existing disk units. This allows more partitions to be defined within a #5094, #5294, #8094, or #9094 expansion tower.

(#0205) RISC-to-RISC Data Migration

Used on initial orders for Models 800, 810, 825, 870, and 890, to designate that the new server will replace (not upgrade) an installed AS/400 (RISC) model.

When #0205 is on the order, manufacturing will only load SLIC and up through QSYS of OS/400. This will facilitate migrating some of the OS/400 information from the installed system. In addition to the new server, enough DASD must be ordered to hold all the data from the current model, as well as the required software on the new server. Specify Code #5000 (SW Preload Required) is mutually exclusive with #0205.

The migration process requires that the installed model be at the same version and release level of OS/400 and other licensed programs as the new server. Financial considerations of upgrades to the installed software should be reviewed as part of the migration planning.

More information, and an updated AS/400 System Upgrade and Data Migration Road Map (RISC-RISC) are available at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/infocenter
  1. Select language and V5R2
  2. Then Installation, upgrades, and migration

(#0223) Token-Ring Specify

(No Longer Available as of July 1, 2008)

Indicates that a #2744 100/16/4Mbps Token-Ring adapter is being used on an integrated xSeries server. For each #2744 used on an integrated server, one #0223 is required.

(#0224) Ethernet Specify

(No Longer Available as of July 1, 2008)

Indicates that a #4838 100/10Mbps Ethernet adapter is being used on an integrated xSeries server. For each #4838 used on an integrated Server, one #0224 is required.

(#0225) 1Gbps Ethernet Specify

(No Longer Available as of July 1, 2008)

Indicates that a #2743/#2760 1Gbps Ethernet adapter is being used on an integrated xSeries server. For each #2743/#2760 used on an integrated server, one #0225 is required.

(#0226) 1Gbps Ethernet Specify

Indicates that a #5700/#5701 1Gbps Ethernet adapter is being used on an integrated xSeries server. One #0226 is required for each #5700 or #5701 used.

(#0272) Renovated by IBM

Renovated by IBM is a specify code used to indicate that the system/MES will be built from new or refurbished parts.

(#0299) - MES Conversion Analysis

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2008)

This specify will temporarily hold an order in IBM manufacturing. It is used when an already installed #2780 or #2757 is converted to a #5580 or #5581. It allows time for an automated tool to analyze the existing customer configuration and identify if special I/O configuration planning is required.

(#0290) Ext Tape Attached via #5736

(No Longer Available as of May 27, 2011)

Each #0290 is used to indicate one external port of a #5736 will be used to control an external tape device.

(#0694) #5094 Equivalent

(No Longer Available as of July 28, 2009)

For each #5294 ordered, the configurator will add two #0694 specify codes. #0694s may be added to, or deleted from system inventory records, but at least one #0694 must exist for each #5294 on the inventory records. If an existing #5294 is to be shared between two systems, one #0694 must be removed from the system that the #5294 was ordered against, and one #0694 must be added to the other sharing system. For each #8094 ordered, default a quantity of one #0694 specify code on the order. If the top unit of the #8094 will not attach to the same system as the lower unit, #0694 must be added to the system which has the upper unit attached. These adds and deletes are done as record purpose only (RPO) changes.

Load Source Specify Codes

Order one of the following load source specify codes for each new, or upgrade order. These specifies can be changed at any time.

  • #0826 - #4314 Load Source Specify (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #0827 - #4324 Load Source Specify (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #0828 - #4317 Load Source Specify (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #0829 - #4318 Load Source Specify (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #0830 - #4319 Load Source Specify (No longer available)
  • #0834 - #4326 Load Source Specify (No longer available)
  • #0835 - #4327 Load Source Specify (No longer available)

(#1311) System Unique Identifier

After 255 scratch installs, the system ID counter wraps and a new system ID must be created. Feature #1311 can be ordered as an MES to regenerate a customer's system ID.

(#5001) Customer Solution Center

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

Indicates that a machine is to be routed to the Customer Solution Center at time of manufacture. Multiple #5001s are allowed on the records. This feature has country-specific usage.

(#5002) AS/400 CDSC-Rochester MFG

(No Longer Available as of February 21, 2012)

Indicates that machine is to be routed to the CDSC. This feature has country-specific usage.

(#9603) Base POD Activation

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

This specify code is used on Models 870 and 890 to activate one additional processor with an On/Off Capacity on Demand processor feature as part of a package on initial order.

Features - Chargeable

Priced Features

FC     Description                     CSU   800   810   825   870   890
----   ----------------------------    ---   ---   ---   ---   ---   ---
0126   CEC Reduction Option             N                       M     M
(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)
0133   Field Install in Rack (HD)       Y     S     S
0134   Field Install in Rack (HD)       Y                 S
0135   Rear Cover - CEC Only            Y     S     S
0136   Rear Cover - CEC w/#7116         Y     S     S
0137   Field Install in Rack            N     S     S
0138   Field Install in Rack            N                 S
0197   Model 890 24 Way Processor       N                             S
0198   Model 890 32-Way Processor       N                             S
0300   EXP24 Attach via #5736/#5775     Y     M     M     M     M     M
0301   EXP24 Attach via #5737/#5776     Y     M     M     M     M     M
0310   EXP24 Attach via #5739/#5778     Y     M     M     M     M     M
0325   IPCS Extension Cables for NT     Y     S     S     S     S     S
0348   V.24/EIA232 20-Ft PCI Cable      Y     M     M     M     M     M
0349   V.24/EIA232 50-Ft PCI Cable      Y           S     S     S     S
0353   V.35 20-Ft PCI Cable             Y     M     M     M     M     M
0354   V.35 50-Ft PCI Cable             Y           S     S     S     S
0356   V.36 20-Ft PCI Cable             Y     S     S     S     S     S
0359   X.21 20-Ft PCI Cable             Y     M     M     M     M     M
0360   X.21 50-Ft PCI Cable             Y           S     S     S     S
0365   V.24/EIA232 80-Ft PCI Cable      Y           S     S     S     S
0367   Operations Console PCI Cable     Y     M     M     M     M     M
0369   100m Optical SPCN Cable          Y                 S     S     S
0371   LC-SC Adapter Kit (50um)         Y     M     M     M     M     M
0372   LC-SC Adapter Kit (62.5um)       Y     M     M     M     M     M
0382   Remote Control Panel Cable       Y           S     S     S     S
0383   Remote Control Panel Cable       Y     S     S     S     S     S
0426   512MB Server Memory              N                 S     S     S
0427   1GB Server Memory                N                 S     S     S
0446   512MB DDR Server Memory          Y     S     S
0447   1GB DDR Server Memory            Y     S     S
0551   iSeries Rack                     Y     M     M     M     M     M
0553   iSeries 2.0m Rack                Y     M     M     M     M     M
0566
0578   PCI Expansion Unit in Rack       N           S     S     S     S
0588   PCI-X Expansion Unit in Rack     N     S     S     S     S     S
0595   PCI-X Tower Unit in Rack         Y     S     S     S     S     S
0601   Linux Dir Attach-2743            Y           S     S     S     S
0602   Linux Dir Attach-2760            Y           S     S     S     S
0603   Linux Dir Attach-2744            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0604   Linux Dir Attach-2763            Y           S     S
0605   Linux Dir Attach-4748            Y           S     S     S     S
0606   Linux Dir Attach-4778            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0607   Linux Dir Attach-4838            Y           S     S     S     S
0608   Linux Dir Attach-4745            Y           S     S     S     S
0609   Linux Dir Attach-2772            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0612   Linux Dir Attach-2766            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0613   Linux Dir Attach-2742            Y     M     M     M     M     M
0614   Linux Dir Attach-2793            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0616   Linux Dir Attach-2805            S     S     S     S     S     S
0618   Linux Dir Attach-2757            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0619   Linux Dir Attach-2782            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0620   Linux Dir Attach-5700            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0621   Linux Dir Attach-5701            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0623   Linux Dir Attach-2849            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0624   Linux Dir Attach-5702            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0626   Linux Dir Attach-2787            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0627   Direct Attach-2780               Y     S     S     S     S     S
0628   Linux Dir Attach-5703            Y     S     S     S     S     S
0647   PCI-X Disk/Tape Ctlr No IOP      Y     M     M     M     M     M
0648   PCI-X Disk Ctlr-90MB No IOP      Y     S     S     S     S     S
0696   #5096 Equivalent                 Y     S     S     S     S     S
0769   iSeries Domino Server            Y           S
0770   iSeries Domino Server            Y           S
0771   iSeries Domino Server            Y           S
0772   iSeries Domino Server            Y                 S
0773   iSeries Domino Server            Y                 S
0863   iSeries Server 2463              Y     S
0864   iSeries Server 2463              Y     S
0865   iSeries Server 2464              Y     S
0866   iSeries Server 2466              Y           S
0867   iSeries Server 2467              Y           S
0868   iSeries Server 2465              Y           S
0869   iSeries Server 2469              Y           S
0873   iSeries Server 2473              Y                 S
0886   iSeries Server 2486              Y                       S
0889   iSeries Server 2489              Y                       S
0890   iSeries Server 2495              Y                 S
0891   iSeries Server 2496              Y                       S
0892   iSeries Server 2499              Y                             S
0897   iSeries Server 2497              Y                             S
0898   iSeries Server 2498              Y                             S
1266   35.16GM 15k rpm Disk Unit        Y     S     S     S     S     S
1267   70.56GM 15k rpm Disk Unit        Y     S     S     S     S     S
1268   141.12GM 15k rpm Disk Unit       Y     M     M     M     M     M
1460   3m Copper HSL Cable              Y     S     S     S     S     S
1461   6m Copper HSL Cable              Y     S     S     S     S     S
1462   15m Copper HSL Cable             Y     S     S     S     S     S
1468   250m Optical SPCN Cable          Y                 S     S     S
1470   6m HSL Optical Cable             Y                 S     S     S
1471   30m HSL Optical Cable            Y                 S     S     S
1472   100m HSL Optical Cable           Y                 S     S     S
1473   250m HSL Optical Cable           Y                 S     S     S
1474   6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable            Y     S     S     S     S     S
1475   10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable           Y     S     S     S     S     S
1482   3.5m HSL-2 Cable                 Y     S     S     S     S     S
1483   10m HSL-2 Cable                  Y     S     S     S     S     S
1485   15m HSL-2 Cable                  Y     S     S     S     S     S
1487   3m HSL to HSL-2 Cable            Y     S     S     S     S     S
1576   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1577   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1578   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1579   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1581   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1583   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1585   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1587   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1588   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1591   Interactive Capacity Card        N                             S
1609   825 POD Activation               Y                 S
1610   890 POD Activation               Y                             S
1611   870 POD Activation               Y                       S
1612   890 POD Activation               Y                             S
1613   890 POD Activation               Y                             S
1614   870 POD Activation               Y                       S
1700   IPCS Keyboard/Mouse for NT       Y     S     S     S     S     S
(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
1682   On/Off Prepaid for Model 825     Y                 S
1683   On/Off Prepaid for Model 825     Y                 S
1684   On/Off Prepaid for Model 870     Y                       S
1685   On/Off Prepaid for Model 870     Y                       S
1686   On/Off Prepaid for Model 870     Y                       S
1688   On/Off Prepaid for Model 890     Y                             S
1689   On/Off Prepaid for Model 890     Y                             S
1691   On/Off Prepaid for Model 890     Y                             S
1692   On/Off Prepaid for Model 890     Y                             S
1695   On/Off Prepaid for Model 870     Y                       S
1697   On/Off Prepaid for Model 825     Y                 S
1698   On/Off Prepaid for Model 870     Y                       S
1699   On/Off Prepaid for Model 890     Y                             S
1773   TCoD Enablement for Mod 825      Y                 S
1774   TCoD Enablement for Mod 870      Y                       S
1776   TCoD Enablement for Mod 870      Y                       S
1777   TCoD Enablement for Mod 890      Y                             S
1778   TCoD Enablement for Mod 890      Y                             S
1779   TCoD Enablement for Mod 825      Y                 S
1780   TCoD Enablement for Mod 870      Y                       S
1781   TCoD Enablement for Mod 890      Y                             S
1782   TCoD Billing for Mod 825         Y                 S
1783   TCoD Billing for Mod 825         Y                 S
1784   TCoD Billing for Mod 870         Y                       S
1785   TCoD Billing for Mod 870         Y                       S
1786   TCoD Billing for Mod 870         Y                       S
1788   TCoD Billing for Mod 890         Y                             S
1789   TCoD Billing for Mod 890         Y                             S
1791   TCoD Billing for Mod 890         Y                             S
1792   TCoD Billing for Mod 890         Y                             S
1795   TCoD Billing for Mod 870         Y                       S
1797   TCoD Billing for Mod 825         Y                 S
1798   TCoD Billing for Mod 870         Y                       S
1799   TCoD Billing for Mod 890         Y                             S
2124   1m SCSI Cable                    Y     S     S     S     S     S
2125   3m SCSI Cable                    Y     S     S     S     S     S
2126   5m SCSI Cable                    Y     S     S     S     S     S
2127   10m SCSI Cable                   Y     S     S     S     S     S
2128   20m SCSI Cable                   Y     S     S     S     S     S
2138   0.55m SCSI Cable                 Y     S     S     S     S     S
2463   Model 800 Processor              N     S
2464   Model 800 Processor              N     S
2465   Model 810 Processor              N           S
2466   Model 810 Processor              N           S
2467   Model 810 Processor              N           S
2469   Model 810 2-Way Processor        N           S
2473   Model 825 3/6-Way Proc           N                 S
2486   Model 870 8/16-Way Proc          N                       S
2487   Model 890 16/24-Way Proc         N                             S
2488   Model 890 24/32-Way Proc         N                             S
2489   Model 870 5/8-Way Proc           N                       S
2495   Model 825 1/6-Way Processor      N                 S
2496   Model 870 2/16-Way Processor     N                       S
2497   Model 890 16/24-Way Proc         N                             S
2498   Model 890 24/32-Way Proc         N                             S
2499   Model 890 4/32-Way Processor     N                             S
2723   PCI Ethernet IOA                 N           S     S     S     S
2738   HSL Ports - 8 Copper             N                             S
2739   Optical Bus Adapter              N                 S     S     S
2742   PCI Two-Line WAN IOA             Y     M     M     M     M     M
2743   PCI 1Gbps Ethernet IOA           Y           S     S     S     S
2744   PCI 100Mbps Token-Ring IOA       Y     S     S     S     S     S
2745   PCI Two-Line WAN IOA             Y           S     S     S     S
2746   PCI Twinaxial Workstn IOA        Y           S     S     S     S
2748   PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller    Y           S     S     S     S
2749   PCI Ultra Mag Media Ctlr         Y     S     S     S     S     S
2757   PCI-X Ultra RAID Disk Ctrl       Y     S     S     S     S     S
2760   PCI 1Gbps Ethernet UTP IOA       Y           S     S     S     S
2763   PCI RAID Disk Unit Ctlr          Y           S     S
2765   PCI Fibre Channel Tape Ctlr      Y     S     S     S     S     S
2766   PCI Fibre Channel Disk Ctlr      Y     S     S     S     S     S
2768   PCI Magnetic Media Ctlr          Y           S     S     S     S
2772   PCI Dual WAN/Modem IOA           Y     S     S     S     S     S
2776   HSL-2 Ports - 8 Copper           N                       S     S
2778   PCI RAID Disk Unit Controllr     N           S     S     S     S
2780   PCI-X Ultra4 RAID Disk Ctrl            S     S     S     S     S
2782   PCI-X RAID Disk Unit Ctlr        Y     S     S     S     S     S
2785   HSL-2 Ports - 2 Copper           Y                 S
2786   HSL Ports - 2 Optical            Y                 S
2787   PCI-X Fibre Channel Disk Ctlr    Y     S     S     S     S     S
2788   HSL Ports - 8 Optical            N                       S     S
2790   PCI Integ Netfinity Server       N                 S     S     S
2791   PCI Integ xSeries Server         N                 S     S     S
2792   PCI Integ xSeries Server         N                 S     S     S
2793   PCI 2-Line WAN w/Modem           Y     S     S     S     S     S
2795   128MB Server Memory              N                 S     S     S
2796   256MB Server Memory              N                 S     S     S
2797   1GB Server Memory                N                 S     S     S
2799   PCI Integ xSeries Server         N                 S     S     S
2805   PCI Quad Modem IOA               S     S     S     S     S     S
2815   PCI 155Mbps UTP OC3 ATM          N           S     S     S     S
2816   PCI 155Mbps MMF ATM              N           S     S     S     S
2817   PCI 155Mbps MMF ATM              N           S     S     S     S
2818   PCI 155Mbps SMF OC3 ATM          N           S     S     S     S
2838   PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA      N           S     S     S     S
2842   PCI IOP                          Y           S     S
2843   PCI IOP                          Y           S     S     S     S
2844   PCI IOP                          Y     S     S     S     S     S
2849   PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA      Y     S     S     S     S     S
2886   Optical Bus Adapter              Y                 S     S     S
2887   HSL-2 Bus Adapter                Y                 S     S     S
2890   PCI Integ Netfinity Server       Y           S
2891   PCI Integ xSeries Server         Y           S
2892   PCI Integ xSeries Server         Y     S     S
2895   128MB Server Memory              Y     S     S     S     S     S
2896   256MB Server Memory              Y     S     S     S     S     S
2897   1GB Server Memory                Y     M     S     S     S     S
2899   PCI Integ xSeries Server         Y     S     S     S     S     S
3015   8GB Main Storage                 N                       S     S
3016   8GB Main Storage                 N                             S
3017   32GB Main Storage                N                       S     S
3018   32GB Main Storage                N                             S
3020   4GB Main Storage                 N                       S     S
3021   4GB Main Storage                 N                             S
3022   128MB Main Storage               Y           S
3024   256MB Main Storage               Y           S
3025   512MB Main Storage               Y           S
3026   512MB Main Storage               Y           S
3027   1GB Main Storage                 Y           S
3029   128MB  Main Storage              Y           S
3035   16GB Main Storage                N                       S     S
3036   16GB Main Storage                N                             S
3042   256MB Main Storage               Y                 S
3043   512MB Main Storage               Y                 S
3044   1024MB Main Storage              Y                 S
3046   2048MB Main Storage              Y                 S
3092   256MB Main Storage               Y     S     S
3093   512MB Main Storage               Y     S     S
3094   1024MB Main Storage              Y     S     S
3096   2048MB Main Storage              Y     S     S
4308   4.19GB Disk Unit                 Y           S     S     S     S
4314   8.58GB Disk Unit                 Y           S     S     S     S
4317   8.58GB 10k rpm Disk Unit         Y     S     S     S     S     S
4318   17.54GB 10k rpm Disk Unit        Y     S     S     S     S     S
4319   35.16GB 10k rpm Disk Unit        Y     S     S     S     S     S
4324   17.54GB Disk Unit                Y           S     S     S     S
4326   35.16GB 15k rpm Disk Unit        Y     S     S     S     S     S
4327   70.56GB 15k rpm Disk Unit        Y     S     S     S     S     S
4425   CD-ROM                           Y           S     S     S     S
4430   DVD-RAM                          Y           S     S     S     S
4482   4GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape      Y           S     S     S     S
4483   16GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y           S     S     S     S
4486   25GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y           S     S     S     S
4487   50GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y           S     S     S     S
4525   CD-ROM                           Y           S
4530   DVD-RAM                          Y     S     S
4531   DVD-ROM                          Y     S     S
4533   DVD-RAM                          Y     S     S
4582   4GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape      Y     S     S
4583   16GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y           S
4584   30GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y     S     S
4585   80GB VXA-2 Tape Drive            Y     S     S
4586   25GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y           S
4587   50GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y     S     S
4625   CD-ROM                           Y           S     S     S     S
4630   DVD-RAM                          Y     S     S     S     S     S
4631   DVD-ROM                          Y     S     S     S     S     S
4633   DVD-RAM                          Y     S     S     S     S     S
4682   4GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape      Y     S     S     S     S     S
4683   16GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y     S     S     S     S     S
4684   30GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y     S     S     S     S     S
4685   80GB VXA-2 Tape Drive            Y     S     S     S     S     S
4686   25GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y           S     S     S     S
4687   50GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape     Y     S     S     S     S     S
4710   PCI Integ xSeries Server         Y                 S     S     S
4723   PCI 10Mbps Ethernet IOA          Y           S     S     S     S
4745   PCI Two-Line WAN IOA             Y           S     S     S     S
4746   PCI Twinaxial Workstn IOA        Y     S     S     S     S     S
4748   PCI RAID Disk Unit Ctlr          Y           S     S     S     S
4778   PCI RAID Disk Unit Ctlr          Y     M     M     M     M     M
4801   PCI Crypto Coprocessor           Y     S     S     S     S     S
4802   PCI Crypto Coprocessor           N           S     S     S     S
4805   PCI Crypto Accelerator           Y     S     S     S     S     S
4810   PCI Integ xSeries Server         Y     S     S
4812   PCI Integ xSeries Server         Y     S     S     S     S     S
4815   PCI 155Mbps UTP OC3 ATM          Y           S     S     S     S
4816   PCI 155Mbps MMF ATM              Y           S     S     S     S
4818   PCI 155Mbps SMF OC3 ATM          Y           S     S     S     S
4838   PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA      Y     S     S     S     S     S
5065   Storage/PCI Expansion Tower      Y           S     S     S     S
5066   1.8m I/O Tower                   Y           S     S     S     S
5074   PCI Expansion Tower              Y           S     S     S     S
5075   PCI Expansion Tower              Y           S     S     S
5078   PCI Expansion Unit               N           S     S     S     S
5079   1.8m I/O Tower                   Y           S     S     S     S
5088   PCI-X Expansion Unit             N           S     S     S     S
5094   PCI-X Expansion Tower            Y     S     S     S     S     S
5095   PCI-X Expansion Tower            Y     S     S     S     S     S
5096   PCI-X Exp Tower (no disk)        Y     S     S     S     S     S
5101   30-Disk Expansion Feature        N           S     S     S     S
5105   Dual Line Cords - I/O Tower      N           S     S     S     S
5106   Dual Line Cords - 5079 Tower     N           S     S     S     S
5107   30-Disk Expansion Feature        N                       S     S
5108   30-Disk Expansion Feature        N           S     S     S     S
5111   30-Disk Exp w/Dual Line Cord     N     S     S     S     S     S
5114   Dual Line Cords - Tower          Y                       S     S
5115   Dual Line Cords - Tower          Y     S     S     S     S     S
5116   Dual Line Cords - 5294 Tower     Y     S     S     S     S     S
5117   30-Disk Exp w/Dual Line Cord     N                       S     S
5138   Redundant Power and Cooling      Y     S     S     S     S     S
5156   Redundant Power and Cooling      Y           S     S
5160   Power Dist Unit 1 Phase NEMA     N     S     S     S     S     S
5294   1.8m I/O Tower                   Y     S     S     S     S     S
5296   1.8m I/O Tower (no disk)         Y           S     S     S     S
5554   Mirror 35GB Disk/Ctlr Pkg        Y     S     S     S     S     S
5555   Mirror 70GB Disk/Ctlr Pkg        Y     S     S     S     S     S
5580   2780 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache      Y     S     S     S     S     S
5581   2757 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache      Y     S     S     S     S     S
5582   #5738 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache     Y     S     S     S     S     S
5583   #5777 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache     Y                       M     M
5590   #2780 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache     Y     S     S     S     S     S
5591   #2757 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache     Y     S     S     S     S     S
5700   PCI 1Gbps Ethernet IOA           Y     S     S     S     S     S
5701   PCI 1Gbps Ethernet UTP IOA       Y     S     S     S     S     S
5702   PCI-X Ultra Tape Controller      Y     S     S     S     S     S
5703   PCI-X RAID Disk Unit Ctlr        Y     S     S     S     S     S
5704   PCI-X Fibre Chan Tape Ctlr       Y     S     S     S     S     S
5705   PCI-X Tape/DASD Controller       Y     S     S
5736   PCI-X Disk/Tape Ctlr w/IOP       Y     S     S     S     S     S
5737   PCI-X Disk Ctlr-90MB w/IOP       Y     S     S     S     S     S
5738   PCI-X Disk Ctlr-1.5GM w/IOP      Y     S     S     S     S     S
5739   PCI-X EXP24 Ctlr-1.5GM w/IOP     Y     S     S     S     S     S
5741   EXP24 6 Disk Slot Enabler        Y     S     S     S     S     S
5742   EXP24 6/12 Disk Slot Enabler     Y     S     S     S     S     S
5760   PCI-X Fibre Chan Disk Ctlr       Y     S     S     S     S     S
5761   PCI-X Fibre Chan Tape Ctlr       Y     S     S     S     S     S
5766   PCI-X Tape Ctlr (5736 Equiv)     Y     S     S     S     S     S
5786   TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Dwr      Y     S     S     S     S     S
5787   TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Twr      Y     S     S     S     S     S
6069   Opt Front Door for 2.0m Rack     Y     M     M     M     M     M
6247   2.0m Rack Trim Kit               Y     M     M     M     M     M
6248   1.8m Rack Acoustic Doors         Y     M     M     M     M     M
6249   2.0m Rack Acoustic Doors         Y     M     M     M     M     M
7002   HSL Enabler                      Y     S
7116   System Unit Expansion            Y     S     S
7124   DASD Expansion Unit              Y                 S
7136   DASD Expansion Unit - 6 Slot     Y     S     S
7137   DASD Cncrnt Maint Cage           N     S
7204   Quantity 150 of #2124            Y                       S     S
7205   Quantity 150 of #2125            Y                       S     S
7206   Quantity 150 of #2126            Y                       S     S
7207   Quantity 150 of #2127            Y                       S     S
7208   Quantity 150 of #2128            Y                       S     S
7211   Quantity 150 of #1299            Y                       M     M
7213   Quantity 150 of #2138            Y                       S     S
7400   Model 800 Edition                N     S
7404   Model 810 Standard               N           S
7406   Model 810 Enterprise             N           S
7407   Model 810 Standard               N           S
7408   Model 800 Edition                N     S
7409   Model 810 Enterprise             N           S
7410   Model 810 Standard               N           S
7412   Model 810 Enterprise             N           S
7416   Model 825 Standard               N                 S
7418   Model 825 Enterprise             N                 S
7419   Model 870 Standard               N                       S
7421   Model 870 Enterprise             N                       S
7422   Model 890 Standard               N                             S
7424   Model 890 Enterprise             N                             S
7425   Model 890 Standard               N                             S
7427   Model 890 Enterprise             N                             S
7428   Model 810 Standard               N           S
7430   Package Feature                  N           S
7431   Model 870 Standard               N                       S
7433   Model 870 Enterprise             N                       S
7434   Model 825 HA                     N                 S
7435   Model 870 HA                     N                       S
7436   Model 870 HA                     N                       S
7437   Model 890 HA                     N                             S
7438   Model 890 HA                     N                             S
7439   Model 825 CBU                    N                 S
7440   Model 870 CBU                    N                       S
7441   Model 890 CBU                    N                             S
7445   Model 810 HA                     Y           S
7446   Model 810 HA                     Y           S
7447   Model 810 HA                     Y           S
7448   Model 810 HA                     Y           S
7500   Quantity 150 of #4314            Y           S     S     S     S
7501   Quantity 150 of #4317            Y           S     S     S     S
7502   Quantity 150 of #4318            Y           S     S     S     S
7503   Quantity 150 of #4324            Y           S     S     S     S
7504   Quantity 150 of #4319            Y           S     S     S     S
7508   Quantity 150 of #4326            Y           S     S     S     S
7509   Quantity 150 of #4327            Y           S     S     S     S
7512   Quantity 150 of #0300            Y                       S     S
7513   Quantity 150 of #0301            Y                       S     S
7514   Quantity 150 of #5741            Y                       S     S
7515   Quantity 150 of #5742            Y                       S     S
7520   Quantity 150 of #1266            Y           S     S     S     S
7521   Quantity 150 of #1267            Y           S     S     S     S
7522   Quantity 150 of #1268            Y                 S     S     S
7523   Quantity 150 of #0310            Y                       S     S
7780   2.0m Rack Side Attach Kit        Y     S     S     S     S     S
8093   Opt Base 1.8m I/O Rack           Y                             S
8094   Opt Base 1.8m I/O Rack           N                       S     S
8287   Opt Base 50GB QIC Tape           Y     S
8546   Opt Base 1GB Server Memory       Y     S     S     S     S     S
9079   Base I/O Tower                   Y                       S     S
 
  Order Codes:
 
         M - Available on field upgrade (MES) orders only
         S - Supported for migration only and cannot be ordered
 

Feature Removal Prices

Feature removals not associated with MES upgrades are available for a charge.

Priced Feature Descriptions

Processors

Model 800 Processors

  • #2463 Model 800 Processor (300 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

  • #2464 Model 800 Processor (950 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Model 810 Processors

  • #2465 Model 810 Processor (750 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

  • #2466 Model 810 Processor (1020 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

  • #2467 Model 810 Processor (1470 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

  • #2469 Model 810 Processor (2700 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Model 825 Processors

  • #2473 Model 825 3/6-Way Processor (3600-6600 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

  • #2495 Model 825 1/6-Way Processor (1250-6600 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

Model 870 Processors

  • #2486 Model 870 8/16-Way Processor (11500-20000 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

  • #2489 Model 870 5/8-Way Processor (7700-11500 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

  • #2496 Model 870 2/8-Way Processor (3200-11500 CPW)

    (No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

Model 890 Processors

  • #0197 Model 890 24-Way Processor (29300 CPW) (No longer available)
  • #0198 Model 890 32-Way Processor (37400 CPW) (No longer available)
  • #2487 Model 890 16/24-Way Processor (20000-29300 CPW) (No longer available)
  • #2488 Model 890 24/32-Way Processor (29300-37400 CPW) (No longer available)
  • #2497 Model 890 16/24-Way Processor (20000-29300 CPW) (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #2498 Model 890 24/32-Way Processor (29300-37400 CPW) (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #2499 Model 890 4/32-Way Processor (5600-37400 CPW) (No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

Interactive Cards

Model 890 servers with On/Off Capacity on Demand processors #2487 and #2488 also require an interactive capacity feature. This feature determines the relative performance available to perform interactive (5250 interactive) workloads.

Model 890:

  • #1576 Interactive Capacity Card - 120 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1577 Interactive Capacity Card - 240 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1578 Interactive Capacity Card - 560 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1579 Interactive Capacity Card - 1050 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1581 Interactive Capacity Card - 2000 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1583 Interactive Capacity Card - 4550 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1585 Interactive Capacity Card - 10000 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1587 Interactive Capacity Card - 16500 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1588 Interactive Capacity Card - 20200 CPW (No longer available)
  • #1591 Interactive Capacity Card - 37400 CPW (No longer available)

Capacity on Demand Features

(#1609 - #1614) 870 POD Activation Features

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

These features are used to order an activation code that permanently activates one additional processor on an iSeries server with an On/Off Capacity on Demand processor. One or more POD Activation features may be ordered initially, or via MES.

  • #1609 825 POD Activation (for processor #2473
  • #1610 890 POD Activation (for processors #2487/#2488)
  • #1611 870 POD Activation (for processor #2486)
  • #1612 890 POD Activation (for processor #2497)
  • #1613 890 POD Activation (for Processor #2498)
  • #1614 870 POD Activation (for Processor #2489)

(#1682 - #1699) On/Off Prepaid Features

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

Prepaid features provide 30 processor days of On/Off Capacity on Demand. Upon purchasing one of these features, your On/Off Capacity on Demand account will be credited for 30 processor days for each feature ordered. Your system must be enabled for On/Off Capacity on Demand before ordering prepaid days.

  • #1682 On/Off Prepaid for Model 825 (Model 825 Standard, #7416)
  • #1683 On/Off Prepaid for Model 825 (Model 825 Enterprise, #7418)
  • #1684 On/Off Prepaid for Model 870 (Model 870 Standard, #7431)
  • #1685 On/Off Prepaid for Model 870 (Model 870 Standard, #7419)
  • #1686 On/Off Prepaid for Model 870 (Model 870 Enterprise, #7421)
  • #1688 On/Off Prepaid for Model 890 (Model 890 Standard, #7422)
  • #1689 On/Off Prepaid for Model 890 (Model 890 Enterprise, #7424)
  • #1691 On/Off Prepaid for Model 890 (Model 890 Standard, #7425)
  • #1692 On/Off Prepaid for Model 890 (Model 890 Enterprise, #7427)
  • #1695 On/Off Prepaid for Model 870 (Model 870 Enterprise, #7433)
  • #1697 On/Off Prepaid for Model 825 (Model 825 CBU, #7439)
  • #1698 On/Off Prepaid for Model 870 (Model 870 CBU, #7440)
  • #1699 On/Off Prepaid for Model 890 (Model 890 CBU, #7441)

(#1773 - #1781) TCoD Enablement Features

These features are ordered to enable your server for On/Off Capacity on Demand. Once enabled, you can request processors on a temporary basis. You must sign an On/Off Capacity on Demand contract before you order this feature.

Prior to reaching your enabled limit of usable temporary processor days, you may reorder this feature.

  • #1773 TCoD Enablement for Model 825
  • #1774 TCoD Enablement for Model 870 (processor #2489)
  • #1776 TCoD Enablement for Model 870 (processor #2486)
  • #1777 TCoD Enablement for Model 890 (processor #2497)
  • #1778 TCoD Enablement for Model 890 (processor #2498)
  • #1779 TCoD Enablement for Model 825 (processor #2495)
  • #1780 TCoD Enablement for Model 870 (processor #2496)
  • #1781 TCoD Enablement for Model 890 (processor #2499)

(#1782 - #1799) TCoD Billing Features

Once a TCoD Enablement feature is ordered and the associated enablement code is entered into the system, you must report your on/off usage to IBM at least monthly. This information, used to compute your billing data, is then provided to your sales channel. The sales channel will place an order for a quantity of TCoD Billing features and bill you.

  • #1782 TCoD Billing for Model 825 (Model 825 Standard, #7416)
  • #1783 TCoD Billing for Model 825 (Model 825 Enterprise, #7418)
  • #1784 TCoD Billing for Model 870 (Model 870 Standard, #7431)
  • #1785 TCoD Billing for Model 870 (Model 870 Standard, #7419)
  • #1786 TCoD Billing for Model 870 (Model 870 Enterprise, #7421)
  • #1788 TCoD Billing for Model 890 (Model 890 Standard, #7422)
  • #1789 TCoD Billing for Model 890 (Model 890 Enterprise, #7424)
  • #1791 TCoD Billing for Model 890 (Model 890 Standard, #7425)
  • #1792 TCoD Billing for Model 890 (Model 890 Enterprise, #7427)
  • #1795 TCoD Billing for Model 870 (Model 870 Enterprise, #7433)
  • #1797 TCoD Billing for Model 825 (Model 825 CBU, #7439)
  • #1798 TCoD Billing for Model 870 (Model 870 CBU, #7440)
  • #1799 TCoD Billing for Model 890 (Model 890 CBU, #7441)

Main Storage

Model 800

  • #3092 - 256MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3093 - 512MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3094 - 1GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3096 - 2GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

A single main storage DIMM feature is allowed on these processors. When the total number of main storage DIMMs is increased greater than one, the single existing DIMM must be paired up (with a DIMM of the same capacity) and any additional DIMMs must be added in pairs of the same capacity.

There are eight memory DIMM slots available in the base system for main storage DIMMs which plug directly onto the backplane.

Model 810

Memory features for #2466 and #2467 processors:

  • #3092 - 256MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3093 - 512MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3094 - 1GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3096 - 2GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

A single main storage DIMM feature is allowed on these processors. When the total number of main storage DIMMs is increased greater than one, the single existing DIMM must be paired up (with a DIMM of the same capacity) and any additional DIMMs must be added in pairs of the same capacity.

There are eight memory DIMM slots available in the base system for main storage DIMMs which plug directly onto the backplane.

Memory features for #2469 processor:

  • #3022 - 128MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3024 - 256MB Main Storage (No Longer available)
  • #3025 - 512MB Main Storage (#3025 cannot be mixed with #3026 for pairing or quading) (No longer available)
  • #3026 - 512MB Main Storage (#3026 cannot be mixed with #3025 for pairing or quading) (No Longer available)
  • #3027 - 1GB Main Storage (No Longer available)
  • #3029 - 128MB Main Storage (#3029 cannot be mixed with #3022 for pairing or quading). (No longer available)

A minimum of two DIMMs (same feature code) must be selected. If more than two DIMMs are required, all memory features MUST be in sets of four (quads) (this means making a quad out of the initial two DIMMs also). Maximum of 16 of these DIMM features allowed on a system.

Model 825

  • #3042 - 256MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3043 - 512MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3044 - 1024MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3046 - 2048MB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Valid memory capacity for the Model 825 is from 2GB to 48GB. Typically at least 3GB of memory is recommended. With only 2GB of memory configured, variable performance and a measurable CPU performance degradation may be experienced. This may not be of concern in environments where perhaps there is low peak CPU utilization. Use the configurator to appropriately select up to 24 memory features plugged in blocks of four identical memory features.

Model 870

  • #3020 - 4GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3015 - 8GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3035 - 16GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3017 - 32GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Valid memory capacity for the Model 870 is from 8GB to 128GB. Use the configurator to appropriately select up to four memory features.

Model 890

  • #3020 - 4GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3021 - 4GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3015 - 8GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3016 - 8GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3017 - 32GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3018 - 32GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3035 - 16GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #3036 - 16GB Main Storage (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Valid memory capacities for the 24-way and 16/24-way processors are: 8(1), 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 64, 80, 96, 128, 160 and 192 GB. Valid memory configurations for the 32-way and 24/32-way are: 16(1), 24, 32, 40, 48, 56, 64, 80, 96, 112, 128, 160, 192, 224 and 256 GB.

The smallest memory capacities(1) are not recommended for most customer configurations. These two special points should be used only when variable performance and a measurable CPU performance degradation is not of concern, perhaps in environments where there is low peak CPU utilization. Use the configurator to appropriately select up to six memory features for the 24-way or 16/24-way processors, or up to eight memory features for the 32-way or 24/32-way processors.

Note: Four Model 740/840 main storage cards must be returned to IBM for every single Model 740/840 main storage feature converted to a Model 870/890 main storage feature. Four Model 825 main storage cards must be returned to IBM for every single Model 825 main storage feature converted to a Model 870/890 main storage feature. The monetary value of the three main storage cards which must be returned, but are not converted, are already included in the single feature conversion. Similarly, eight Model 830 main storage cards must be returned for every single Model 830 main storage feature converted to a Model 870/890 main storage feature.

Power Features

(#5105) Dual Line Cord - I/O Tower

(No longer available as of July 8, 2008)

#5105 provides dual line cord capability for a #5074 PCI Expansion Tower, and for the top unit in a #8093 optional base tower. Two #14XX line cords are required for each #5074 tower with a #5105 when a #5105 is on an initial order for a #5074. When ordering a #5105 alone as an MES for a #5074, an additional #14XX line cord is required, for a total of two line cords on the #5074. A #5074 mounted in a #0551 rack is supported with this feature. If the #5074 has feature #5101 installed, the #5101 must be converted to a #5111.

(#5106) Dual Line Cords - 5079 Tower

(No longer available as of August 26, 2008)

#5106 provides dual line cord capability for a single unit in a #5079 1.8m I/O Tower. Two #14XX line cords are required for each #5106 on an initial order for a #5079. When ordering a #5106 alone as an MES, for an installed #5079, one additional #14XX line cord is required for each #5106 ordered.

The configurator will default two #5106s, for each #5079 ordered, on a system that has dual line cords on the system unit.

Prerequisite: #5079 (1.8m I/O Tower).

(#5114) Dual Line Cords - Tower

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#5114 is a mandatory dual line cord for the #9094 Base PCI I/O Enclosure on a Model 890, and also for the lower enclosure of the #8093/#8094 Optional Base 1.8m I/O Rack. With #5114, the enclosure will have two line cords and two AC input boxes.

(#5115) Dual Line Cords - Tower

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

#5115 is a dual line cord enabler for the upper unit in a #8094 Optional Base 1.8m I/O Rack, and also for the #5094 PCI-X Expansion Tower. #5115 includes an additional power supply. An additional line cord must be specified.

(#5116) Dual Line Cords - 5294 Tower

(No longer available as of May 29, 2009)

Provides dual line cord capability for a single enclosure in a #5294 tower. Two line cords must be specified for each #5116 ordered with a #5294. When ordering a #5116 for an installed #5294, an additional line cord must be specified for each #5116.

The configurator will default two #5116s, for each #5294 ordered with a system that has dual line cords on the system unit.

(#5138) Redundant Power and Cooling

(No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

#5138 provides redundant power for the #0595/#5095 PCI-X Expansion Towers. #5138 includes a second 435W power supply, and requires that a second line cord be specified. The second line cord enables dual line cord capability.

Prerequisites: #0595/#5095 PCI-X Expansion Tower.

(#5156) Redundant Power and Cooling

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#5156 adds an additional 575-watt power supply for redundancy and an additional cooling fan to the #5075 PCI Expansion Tower.

Prerequisite: #5075 PCI Expansion Tower

Expansion Features and Cables

(#0369) 100m Optical SPCN Cable

(No Longer Available as of May 8, 2007)

Includes a 100m optical SPCN cable along with two copper-to-optical converter boxes.

(#0551) iSeries Rack

This feature provides an empty 1.8 meter rack with 36 EIA units of total space for installing a #0578, #0588, or #0595 PCI Expansion Unit in Rack.

One to four power distribution units (PDU) may be specified with the #0551. Each PDU has six power sockets. The following PDUs are available:

  • #5160 - Power Distribution Unit 1 Phase NEMA: (No longer available)
    • The following line cords are supported on the #5160:
      • #1424 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
      • #1425 - 200V 6-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
      • #1426 - 200V 14-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
      • #1427 - 200V 14-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
      • #1446 - 4.3m 200V/30A Pwr Cd Korea (No longer available)
      • #1447 - 4.3m 200V/30A Pwr Cd AU (No longer available)
      • #1448 - 4.3m 200V/30A Pwr Cd NZ (No longer available)
  • #5161 - Power Distribution Unit 1 Phase IEC:

    (No Longer Available as of April 12, 2005)

    • The following line cords are supported on the #5161:
      • #1449 - 4.3m 200V/32A Pwr Cd EU 1-PH (No longer available)
  • #5162 - Power Distribution Unit 2 of 3 Phase: (No longer available)
    • The following line cords are supported on the #5162:
      • #1450 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU 2-PH (No longer available)

    All racked units plugging into a PDU will require a PDU line cord (#1422).

(#0553) iSeries 2.0m Rack

#0553 is a 19-inch, 2.0-meter-high rack with 42 EIA units of total space for installing rack mounted CECs and expansion units. One of the following features are required on the #0553:

  • #6069 - Optional Front Door for 2.0m Rack
  • #6247 - 2.0m Rack Trim Kit
  • #6249 - 2.0m Rack Acoustic Doors

The following features also can be ordered on the #0551:

  • #6580 - Optional Rack Security Kit
  • #7780 - 2.0m Rack Side Attach Kit
  • #7841 - Ruggedize Rack Kit

The #0553 can support up to nine power distribution units (PDU), four mounted vertically and five mounted horizontally. The following PDUs are supported: #5160, #5161, #5162, #5163, and #7188.

All racked units plugging into a PDU require a PDU line cord with a C14 plug.

(#0588) PCI-X Expansion Unit in Rack

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#0588 is the equivalent of a #5088 PCI-X Expansion Unit, but the #0588 is mounted in a #0551 rack. An #0588 is eight EIA units high and has 14 PCI-X slots for PCI IOPs and IOAs. Disk units and removable media are not supported by the #0588. #0588 can be on initial, upgrade, or MES orders, but cannot be converted to a #5088.

PCI IOAs are supported by feature #2843/#2844 PCI IOPs, feature #2790, #2890 PCI Integrated Netfinity Servers and feature #2791, #2792, #2799, #2891, #2892, #2899 PCI Integrated xSeries Servers. A #9844/#9943 may be used in a #0588.

#0588 has two redundant 575W power supplies and two integrated PDU compatible line cords. The line cords may be connected to the same PDU or separate PDUs in the #0551 rack. When the line cords are connected to separate PDUs, and those PDUs are connected to two different power sources, the #0588 has dual line cord capability.

Up to four #0588s can be mounted in a #0551, and one #0588 may be mounted in a #0550. A PDU is required when one, two, or three #0588s are to be installed in the same #0551. A minimum of two PDUs are required if four #0588s are ordered for the same #0551. One PDU is required for a #0588 in a #0550.

A bus adapter to provide the HSL interface to the system is included. Select one of the following:

  • #9886 - Base Optical Bus Adapter, to specify two optical HSL ports (No longer available)
  • #9887 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, to specify two copper HSL-2 ports (No longer available)

One or two cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select one of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#0595) PCI-X Tower Unit in Rack

Feature #0595 is the racked version of the #5095 PCI-X Expansion Tower which provides I/O capability for iSeries systems. The #0595 has identical functional capabilities to the #5095. The #0595 has seven PCI-X IOP/IOA slots and supports up to 12 disk units. A #9844 Base PCI I/O is included. #0595 uses 5 EIA units of space in the tower.

#0595 has redundant power when feature #5138 is specified. #5138 includes a second 435W power supply and a second line cord must also be ordered to provide dual line cord capability.

A bus adapter to provide the HSL interface to the system is included. Select one of the following:

  • #9886 - Base Optical Bus Adapter, to specify two optical HSL ports (No longer available)
  • #9887 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, to specify two copper HSL-2 ports (No longer available)

One or two cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select one of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

Select one of the following line cords, or select two if #5138 is selected:

  • #1410 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1412 125V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1414 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1415 200V 6-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1422 3m IEC 320 C13/14 PDU Cord (No longer available)
  • #1438 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1439 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd EU/Asia (No longer available)
  • #1440 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Denmark (No longer available)
  • #1441 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd S Africa (No longer available)
  • #1442 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Swiss (No longer available)
  • #1443 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd UK (No longer available)
  • #1444 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Italy (No longer available)

Prerequisites: #0551 (iSeries Rack), or #0551 (830 Rack). This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#0696) - #5096 Equivalent

(No Longer Available as of July 28, 2009)

#0696 is used by the marketing configurator to keep track of which units within a #5296 are connected to this system.

For each #5296 ordered, the marketing configurator will add two #0696 specify codes. The #0696 can be added to, or deleted from system inventory records, but at least one #0696 must exist for each #5296 on the inventory records. If an existing #5296 is to be shared between two systems, one #0696 must be removed from the system that the #5296 was ordered against, and one #0696 must be added to the other sharing system. These adds and deletes are done as record purpose only (RPO) changes.

(#1468) 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

An optional feature required when a 250m Optical HSL cable (#1473) is ordered. This feature includes the 250m optical SPCN cable along with two copper-to-optical converter boxes.

(#2124) - 1m SCSI Cable

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a 1m Ultra320 SCSI cable which connects an external SCSI port on a disk controller to a #5741/#5742 Disk Slot Enabler in a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

(#2125) - 3m SCSI Cable

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a 3m Ultra320 SCSI cable which connects an external SCSI #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

(#2126) - 5m SCSI Cable

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

Provides a 5m Ultra320 SCSI cable which connects an external SCSI port on a disk controller to a #5741/#5742 Disk Slot Enabler in a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

(#2127) - 10m SCSI Cable

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

Provides a 10m Ultra320 SCSI cable that connects an external SCSI port on a disk controller to a #5741/#5742 Disk Slot Enabler in a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

(#2128) - 20m SCSI Cable

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a 20m Ultra320 SCSI cable that connects an external SCSI port on a disk controller to a #5741/#5742 Disk Slot Enabler in a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

(#2138) - 0.55m SCSI Cable

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a 0.55m Ultra320 SCSI cable that can connect to an external SCSI port on a disk controller, a #5741/#5742 Disk Slot Enabler in a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower or between a #5741 and #5742 in a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower for the purpose of daisy-chaining disk unit bays together.

Optical HSL Cables

  • #1470 - 6m Optical HSL Cable (No longer available)
  • #1471 - 30m Optical HSL Cable (No longer available)
  • #1472 - 100m Optical HSL Cable
  • #1473 - 250m Optical HSL Cable

(#1487) 3m HSL to HSL-2 Cable

(No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

A 3m HSL/RIO to HSL-2/RIO-G Cable to connect a tower/CEC unit with an HSL/RIO port to a tower/CEC unit with an HSL-2/RIO-G port.

(#2739, #9739) Optical Bus Adapter

(No longer available as of May 8, 2007)

Used in the #5074 and #5079 expansion towers to enable these towers to connect via optical HSL.

#2739 is an optional feature. #9739 is a base adapter feature installed in #0578, #5074, #5078, or #5079 expansion units.

Prerequisite: These features require OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2776) HSL-2 Ports - 8 Copper

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#2776 is an 8-port copper HSL-2 bus adapter which supports up to four HSL loops. Only four ports are supported on the Model 870.

Prerequisite: This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2785) HSL-2 2-Port Copper

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#9785) HSL-2 2-Port Copper

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

#2785/#9785 are base two-port copper HSL-2 adapters for the Model 825, supporting one HSL-2 loop. #2785 is an optional feature. #9785 is an optional base adapter.

These features can be ordered with a Model 825 system unit either new or as part of a model upgrade. For additional adapters, order optional feature #2785.

Prerequisite: These features require OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2786) HSL 2-Ports Optical

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#9786) HSL 2-Ports Optical

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

#2786/#9786 are two-port optical HSL adapters for the Model 825, supporting one HSL loop. #2786 is an optional feature. #9786 is an optional base adapter.

These features can be ordered with a Model 825 system unit either new or as part of a model upgrade. For additional adapters, order optional feature #2786.

Prerequisite: These features require OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2788) HSL Ports - 8 Optical

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#2788 is an 8-port optical HSL bus adapter which supports up to four optical HSL loops in the Model 890.

Prerequisites: This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2886) Optical Bus Adapter

(No longer available as of December 1, 2008)

Optional feature for optical HSL connectivity for #0588, #5088, #5094, #0595, #5095, and the upper half of #8094 PCI-X expansion towers and units. #2886 provides two optical HSL ports. This feature is used when converting bus adapters on installed towers/units.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2887) HSL-2 Bus Adapter

(No longer available as of January 31, 2008)

Optional feature for HSL-2 connectivity for #0588, #5088, #5094, #0595, #5095, and the upper half of #8094 PCI-X expansion towers and units. #2887 provides two copper HSL-2 ports. This feature is used when converting bus adapters on installed towers/units.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5088) PCI-X Expansion Unit

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

An eight-EIA-unit-high "top hat" is installed on top of a #5074/#5094 expansion tower, or on top of a #9094 base I/O tower. The #5088 has 14 PCI-X slots for PCI IOPs and IOAs. Disk units and removable media are not supported by the #5088.

#5088 has two redundant 575W power supplies and two internal power connectors that attach to the AC distribution box in the #5074/#5094/#9094. The #5074/#5094/#9094 may have one or two line cords, so the #5088 may or may not have dual line cord capability depending on the configuration of the #5074/#5094/#9094.

If #5088 is ordered together with a #5094/#9094, the #5094/#9094 will ship with the #5088 installed. The #5088 may also be ordered for field install on an existing #5074/#5094/#9094. #5088 may not be installed on a #5294 or #8094.

A bus adapter to provide the HSL interface to the system is included. Select one of the following:

  • #9886 - Base Optical Bus Adapter, to specify two optical HSL ports (No longer available)
  • #9887 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, to specify two copper HSL-2 ports (No longer available)

One or two cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select one of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

Maximum: One per #5074, #5094, or #9094.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5094) PCI-X Expansion Tower

(No longer available as of May 29, 2009)

I/O capability for iSeries systems. The #5094 has 15 disk unit slots, with an additional 30 slots available with feature #5108. #5094 also has two removable media slots and 14 PCI-X card slots. A #9844 Base PCI IOP is included.

A bus adapter to provide the HSL interface to the system is included. Select one of the following:

  • #9886 - Base Optical Bus Adapter, to specify two optical HSL ports (No longer available)
  • #9887 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, to specify two copper HSL-2 ports (No longer available)

One or two cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select one of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

Select one of the following line cords:

  • #1406 - 200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1408 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Italy
  • #1409 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1418 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd S Africa
  • #1419 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Israel
  • #1420 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU/Asia
  • #1421 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd CH/DK
  • #1451 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1452 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1453 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1454 - 200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1455 - 200V 6-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1456 - 200V 14-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1476 - 4.3m 200V/12A Pwr Cd UK (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

The 45 disk-unit positions are in groups of 15, each supported by a separate disk unit controller.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5095) PCI-X Expansion Tower

(No longer available as of December 2, 2008)

I/O capability for iSeries systems. The #5095 has seven PCI-X IOP/IOA slots and supports up to 12 disk units. A #9844 Base PCI IOP is included.

A bus adapter to provide the HSL interface to the system is included. Select one of the following:

  • #9886 - Base Optical Bus Adapter, to specify two optical HSL ports (No longer available)
  • #9887 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, to specify two copper HSL-2 ports (No longer available)

One or two cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select one of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

Select one or two of the following line cords (two if using feature #5138):

  • #1410 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1412 125V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1414 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1415 200V 6-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1422 3m IEC 320 C13/14 PDU Cord (No longer available)
  • #1438 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1439 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd EU/Asia (No longer available)
  • #1440 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Denmark (No longer available)
  • #1441 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd S Africa (No longer available)
  • #1442 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Swiss (No longer available)
  • #1443 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd UK (No longer available)
  • #1444 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Italy (No longer available)

#5095 has redundant power when feature #5138 is specified. #5138 includes a second 435W power supply and a second line cord must also be ordered to provide dual line cord capability.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5096) - PCI-X Exp Tower (no disk)

(No longer available as of May 29, 2009)

#5096 is an I/O expansion tower that has 14 PCI slots. It does not support disk units and does not support any internal removable media devices. A #5088 can not be mounted on a #5096.

One bus adapter to provide the HSL interface to the system is required with each #5096. Select one of the following:

  • #9517 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter (to specify two copper HSL-2 ports)
  • #9876 - Base Optical Bus Adapter (to specify two optical HSL ports)
  • One or two cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports. When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required.
  • An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports and cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers and units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

The following HSL cables can be used with a #5096:

  • #1307 - 1.75m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1308 - 2.5m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1460 3m HSL Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1461 6m HSL Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1462 15m HSL Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1470 6m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #1471 30m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #1472 100m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #1473 250m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #1464 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable
  • #1475 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1481 1m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1482 4m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1483 10m HSL-2 Cable

One of the following SPCN cables is required for each #5096:

  • #1463 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 100m Optical SPCN Cable (model specific usage)
  • #1468 250m Optical SPCN Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #6001 2m SPCN Cable
  • #6006 3m SPCN Cable
  • #6007 15m SPCN Cable
  • #6008 6m SPCN Cable
  • #6029 30m SPCN Cable

No base IOP is included with the #5096. Each #5096 comes with redundant, hot-swap, power supplies. To enable further #5096 redundancy, dual line cord capability for the #5096 is provided by feature #5115. An additional #5096 line cord must be ordered when installing a #5115. Plugging in the second line cord, even if to the same outlet, enables the AC power modules to be redundant.

The following line cords are supported on a #5096:

  • #1399 - 4.3m 300V/16A
  • #1406 - 200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1408 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Italy
  • #1409 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1418 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd S Afric
  • #1419 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Israel
  • #1420 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU/Asia
  • #1421 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd CH/DK
  • #1451 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1452 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1453 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1454 - 200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (U.S. default) (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1455 - 200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1456 - 200V 14-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1476 - 4.3m 200V/12A Pwr Cd UK (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

(#5101) 30-Disk Expansion Feature

(No longer available as of May 8, 2007)

#5101 is a disk unit expansion enclosure feature for the #5074 Expansion Tower. #5101 includes two 15-disk-unit enclosures, one power supply, back-planes and cables. One disk unit controller is required to support each of the 15-disk-unit enclosures included with #5101.

(#5107) 30-Disk Expansion Feature

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#5107 is a disk unit expansion enclosure feature for a single line cord #9094 Base PCI-X I/O Enclosure. #5107 includes two 15-disk-unit enclosures, one power supply, back-planes and cables. One disk unit controller is required to support the 15 disk units in each of the two disk unit enclosures included with #5107.

(#5108) 30-Disk Expansion Feature

(No Longer Available as of July 28, 2009)

#5108 is a disk unit expansion enclosure feature for a single line cord #5094 PCI-X Expansion Tower. #5108 includes two 15-disk-unit enclosures, one 765-watt power supply, back-planes, and cables. One #4748/#4778/#2757 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller is required to support each 15-disk-unit enclosure.

(#5111) 30-Disk Expansion w/Dual Line Cord

(No longer available as of May 8, 2007)

#5111 is a disk unit expansion enclosure for systems and towers that are dual line cord enabled.

#5111 includes two 15-disk-unit enclosures, back-planes, and cables. One #4748/#4778 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller is required to support each of the 15-disk-unit enclosure.

Prerequisites:

  • #5105 when ordered for a stand alone #5074 I/O Tower
  • #5106 for the unit in a #5079 where this expansion enclosure will be installed

(#5294) 1.8m I/O Tower

(No longer available as of May 29, 2009)

#5294 has space for up to 90 disk units, 28 PCI-X IOA/IOP slots and up to four removable media units. Two #9844 Base PCI IOPs are included. #5294 is equivalent to two #5094 PCI-X Expansion Towers with side covers and casters removed and placed in a 1.8m tower.

A bus adapter to provide the HSL interface to the system is included. Select two of the following:

  • #9886 - Base Optical Bus Adapter, to specify four optical HSL ports (No longer available)
  • #9887 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, to specify four copper HSL-2 ports (No longer available)

Two to four cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select two of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

On new orders, select two line cords from the following list:

  • #1406 - 200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1408 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Italy
  • #1409 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1418 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd S Africa
  • #1419 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Israel
  • #1420 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU/Asia
  • #1421 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd CH/DK
  • #1451 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1452 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1453 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1454 - 200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1455 - 200V 6-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1456 - 200V 14-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1457 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1458 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Locking Cord (No longer available)
  • #1459 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Watertight Cord (No longer available)
  • #1476 - 4.3m 200V/12A Pwr Cd UK (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

The 90 disk-unit positions are in groups of 15, each supported by a separate disk controller.

The #5294 also supports up to four removable media devices (internal tape or CD-ROM/DVD). These removable media devices are supported by the two #2757/#4748/#4778 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controllers that support the first two groups of 15 disk units.

Prerequisites: #0694 (#5094 Equivalent). This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5296) - 1.8m I/O Tower (no disk)

(No longer available as of May 29, 2009)

The #5296 is a I/O expansion tower that has 28 PCI slots, no disk unit bays, and no removable media bays.

Each #5296 is essentially two #5096 PCI-X Expansion Towers, with side covers and casters removed, placed in a 1.8M rack. Each #5296 counts as two #5096s towards the system model maximums.

Two bus adapters, to provide the HSL interfaces to the system, are required with each #5296. Select two of the following:

  • #9517 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter (for copper HSL-2 interfaces)
  • #9876 - Base Optical Bus Adapter (for optical HSL interfaces)

The upper and lower enclosures (#5096s) in a #5296 are not connected internally by an HSL cable. If the #5296 is to be placed in an HSL loop (both upper and lower enclosure on same HSL loop), an HSL-2 cable is required to connect the upper and lower enclosures. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

Select three or four of the following HSL cables, on initial orders, for the first #5296 on the system. For additional #5296s, or on an MES order, select two, three, or four of the following HSL cables per tower:

  • #1307 - 1.75m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1308 - 2.5m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1460 3m HSL Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1461 6m HSL Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1462 15m HSL Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1470 6m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #1471 30m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usagey) (No longer available)
  • #1472 100m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #1473 250m HSL Optical Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #1464 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable
  • #1475 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1481 1m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1482 4m HSL-2 Cable
  • #1483 10m HSL-2 Cable

Select two of the following SPCN cables for each #5296:

  • #1463 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 100m Optical SPCN Cable (model specific usage)
  • #1468 250m Optical SPCN Cable (model specific usage) (No longer available)
  • #6001 2m SPCN Cable
  • #6006 3m SPCN Cable
  • #6007 15m SPCN Cable
  • #6008 6m SPCN Cable
  • #6029 30m SPCN Cable

No base IOPs are included with a #5296. For each #5296 ordered, a quantity of two #0694, #5096 Equivalent, specify codes will be added to the order. If a #5296 is to be shared between two systems, one #0694 must be removed from the original ordering system and added to the sharing system, using a Record Purpose Only (RPO) change.

Dual line cord capability is available for the #5296 with feature #5116. With a #5116 installed, both tower units of a #5296 will have dual line cord capability. Two additional line cords (for a total of four), must be ordered when a #5116 is installed. Plugging in the second line cord from the upper and lower units, even if to the same outlet, enables each unit's AC power modules to be redundant. For the best power protection, the first and second line cords should be attached to different power sources.

Two of the following line cords are required on a #5296:

  • #1399 - 4.3m 300V/16A
  • #1406 - 200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1408 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Italy
  • #1409 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1418 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd S Afric
  • #1419 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Israel
  • #1420 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU/Asia
  • #1421 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd CH/DK
  • #1451 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1452 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1453 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1454 - 200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1455 - 200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1456 - 200V 14-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1476 - 4.3m 200V/12A Pwr Cd UK (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

(#5786) - TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Dwr

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides disk slots for up to 24 disk units in a 19-inch, 4 EIA high rack drawer. The #5786 provides redundant power, redundant cooling, and Ultra 320 SCSI interface connections for 24 Ultra 320 SCSI disk units, which are organized in four independent groups of six disk units.

#5741 and/or #5742 EXP24 Disk Slot Enablers (SCSI repeaters) enable these groups of six disk unit slots. The enabled disk slots are driven by SCSI disk controllers located outside the #5786 and connected by a SCSI cable. One to four Disk Slot Enablers are required, depending on the number of disk unit groups populated with disk units.

One external port on a disk controller such as a #5736/#5737/#5739/#5775/#5776/#5778/#5781/#5782/#5799/#5800 is required for each #5741 installed. Likewise, one external disk controller port is required for each #5742 installed and cabled to run one group of six disk slots. Alternately, two #5742s can be cabled such that a single disk controller can run two groups of six disk slots. Or, one #5741 plus one #5742 can also be cabled such that a single disk controller can run two groups of six disk slots.

The following SCSI cables are available:

  • #2138 0.55m SCSI Cable
  • #2124 1m SCSI Cable
  • #2125 3m SCSI Cable
  • #2126 5m SCSI Cable
  • #2127 10m SCSI Cable
  • #2128 20m SCSI Cable

Specific disk unit feature numbers are used to identify disk units which will be placed in the #5786. These disk units are physically the same disk units as used in other System i system units and I/O tower/drawers. Using separate feature codes allows IBM configuration tools to better understand their placement. Feature code numbers of #5786 disk units include: #1266, #1267, #1268, #1293, #1294, #1295, #1296, #1297, #1298 and #1299.

(#5787) - TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Twr

(No longer available as of October 1, 2008)

Provides disk slots for up to 24 disk units in a stand-alone disk tower. The #5787 provides redundant power, redundant cooling, and Ultra 320 SCSI interface connections for 24 Ultra 320 SCSI disk units, which are organized in four independent groups of six disk units.

#5741 and/or #5742 EXP24 Disk Slot Enablers (SCSI repeaters) enable these groups of six disk unit slots. The enabled disk slots are driven by SCSI disk controllers located outside the #5787 and connected by a SCSI cable. One to four Disk Slot Enablers are required, depending on the number of disk unit groups populated with disk units.

One external port on a disk controller such as a #5736/#5737/ #5739/#5775/#5776/#5778/#5781/#5782/#5799/#5800 is required for each #5741 installed. Likewise, one external disk controller port is required for each #5742 installed and cabled to run one group of six disk slots. Alternately, two #5742s can be cabled such that a single disk controller can run two groups of six disk slots. Or, one #5741 plus one #5742 can also be cabled such that a single disk controller can run two groups of six disk slots.

The following SCSI cables are available:

  • #2138 0.55m SCSI Cable
  • #2124 1m SCSI Cable
  • #2125 3m SCSI Cable
  • #2126 5m SCSI Cable
  • #2127 10m SCSI Cable
  • #2128 20m SCSI Cable

Specific disk unit feature numbers are used to identify disk units which will be placed in the #5787. These disk units are physically the same disk units as used in other System i system units and I/O tower/drawers. Using separate feature numbers allows IBM configuration tools to better understand their placement. Feature numbers of #5787 disk units include: #1266, #1267, #1268, #1293, #1294, #1295, #1296, #1297, #1298 and #1299.

(#6069) Optional Front Door for 2.0m Rack

#6069 provides an attractive black full height rack door on the #0553 iSeries 2.0m Rack. The door is steel, with a perforated flat front surface. The perforation pattern extends from the bottom to the top of the door to enhance ventilation and provide some visibility into the rack.

(#6247) 2.0m Rack Trim Kit

(No Longer Available as of May 28, 2010)

#6247 provides a decorative trim kit for the front of a #0553 iSeries 2.0m Rack.

(#6248) 1.8m Rack Acoustic Doors

#6248 provides front and rear doors for use with the #0551 iSeries 1.8m Rack. This door kit provides additional acoustic dampening for use where a quieter environment is desired. #6248 results in a larger footprint and requires additional space.

(#6263) - 1.8m Rack Trim Kit

This feature provides a decorative trim kit for the front of feature number 0551 (19 inch 1.8m Rack).

  • Attributes provided: Decorative trim kit
  • Attributes required: #0551 19 inch 1.8m Rack
  • For 9406-800: (#6263)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-810: (#6263)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-825: (#6263)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-870: (#6263)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-890: (#6263)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No

(#6272) - 2.0m Rack Trim Kit

This feature provides a decorative trim kit for the front of feature number 0553 (19 inch 2.0m Rack).

  • Attributes provided: Decorative trim kit
  • Attributes required: #0553 19 inch 2.0 meter Rack
  • For 9406-800: (#6272)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-810: (#6272)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-825: (#6272)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-870: (#6272)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406-890: (#6272)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 999 (Initial order maximum: 0)
    • OS level required: n/a
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No

(#7002) HSL Enabler

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Required feature with Model 800 processors when attaching an expansion tower/unit or external xSeries server.

(#7116) System Unit Expansion

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#7116 accommodates up to six disk units to Models 800 and 810, with an additional six supported by adding feature #7136. The disk units are driven by disk unit controllers located in the CEC. #7116 has no PCI card slots and no removable media slots. #7116 does not attach to the HSL interface.

One of the following line cords must be ordered with the #7116:

  • #1410 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1412 - 125V 6-Ft Line Cord (US default) (No longer available)
  • #1414 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1415 - 200V 6-Ft Wtrtght Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1422 - 3m IEC 320 C13/C14 PDU Cord (requires #5160/#5161/#5162)
  • #1438 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1439 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd EU/Asia (No longer available)
  • #1440 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Denmark (No longer available)
  • #1441 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd S Afric (No longer available)
  • #1442 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Swiss (No longer available)
  • #1443 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd UK (No longer available)
  • #1444 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Italy (No longer available)
  • #1445 - 4.3m 200V/10A Pwr Cd Israel (No longer available)

(#7124) DASD Expansion Unit - 5 Slot

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Feature 5-pack DASD Cage for Model 825. Includes the DASD cage, backplane, and associated cables.

(#7136) DASD Expansion Unit - 6 Slot

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#7136 is a concurrent maintenance DASD expansion feature which is ordered to support the second six disk units in a #7116 System Expansion Unit on the Models 800 and 810.

(#7137) DASD Concurrent Maintenance Cage

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#7137 is a six unit DASD expansion feature for the Model 800. #7137 replaces the base six-unit DASD cage, and enables disk unit concurrent maintenance.

(#7780) 2.0m Rack Side Attach Kit

(No Longer Available as of February 8, 2013)

This feature allows a row of racks without side panels to be bolted together in a continuous suite, using the provided side-to-side rack connecting hardware. When multiple racks are joined in this way, cables can be easily run between racks without exiting the continuous rack enclosure. A small gap is maintained between the two adjacent racks, which is filled by three matching steel trim pieces that snap into place on the front, top, and rear, between each rack. The trim pieces cover the space between each rack for an enhanced appearance and for additional protection of the equipment inside the racks. Side panels are needed only for the two end racks of the suite.

(#8094) Optional Base 1.8m I/O Rack

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

#8094 is an optional expansion rack for Models 870 and 890. It supports up to 90 disk units, 28 PCI-X IOA/IOP slots, and up to four removable media units.

The #8094 consists of a 1.8m rack with two enclosures.

  • The bottom enclosure is a #9094 Base PCI-X I/O Enclosure with side covers and casters removed and with a 30-disk expansion included in the base.

  • The top enclosure is a #5094 PCI-X Expansion Tower with side covers and casters removed and with a 30-disk expansion included in the base.

Included with the bottom enclosure is one JTAG cable and one VPD-S cable required to attach the bottom enclosure to the system unit. Also included is #9887, Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, and #9844, Base PCI IOP.

Each enclosure supports 45 disk unit positions, for a total of 90. The 90 disk-unit positions are in groups of 15, each supported by a separate disk controller.

The #8094 also supports up to four removable media devices (internal tape, CD-ROM, DVD). These removable media devices are supported by the two PCI RAID Disk Unit Controllers (#2757/#4748/#4778/#9757/#9778) that support the first group of 15 disk units in each enclosure.

The two enclosures in the #8094 are separately attached to the system unit via HSL cables as if they were a stand-alone #9094 and #5094. They are also treated as separate units for HSL loop plugging and configuration rules and recommendations. As such, the bottom enclosure must be attached to the system unit's first HSL loop.

A bus adapter is included to provide the HSL interface to the top enclosure. Select one of the following:

  • #9886 - Base Optical Bus Adapter, to specify four optical HSL ports (No longer available)
  • #9887 - Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter, to specify four copper HSL-2 ports (No longer available)

Three or four cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select two of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

Select three or four line cords from the following list:

  • #1406 - 200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1408 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Italy
  • #1409 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1418 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd S Africa
  • #1419 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Israel
  • #1420 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU/Asia
  • #1421 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd CH/DK
  • #1451 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1452 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1453 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1454 - 200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1455 - 200V 6-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1456 - 200V 14-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1457 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1458 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Locking Cord (No longer available)
  • #1459 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Watertight Cord (No longer available)
  • #1476 - 4.3m 200V/12A Pwr Cd UK (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

#8094 can be ordered new or with upgrades to Model 870 and 890 servers.

Prerequisites: #0694 (#5094 Equivalent). This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#9094) Base PCI-X I/O Enclosure

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

#9094 is the base PCI-X I/O enclosure shipped with Model 870 and 890 system units. #9094 is attached to the system unit via an HSL cable thru a #9887 Base HSL-2 Adapter. One JTAG cable and one V/S Communication cable (VPD and SPCN combined) are included for the attachment of the #9094 to the system unit.

The #9094 has 15 disk unit slots, with an additional 30 slots available using feature #5107. #9094 also has two removable media slots and 14 PCI-X card slots. A #9844 Base PCI IOP is included in the base. Feature #2757, PCI RAID Disk Unit, is required to drive the disk units in the base 15 disk unit slots and the removable media devices in the two removable media slots. One or two disk unit controllers are required to drive the disk units in the 30 feature disk unit slots. The 30 disk-unit positions are in groups of 15, each supported by a separate disk controller. Each group of five is on a separate SCSI bus from the #2757/#4778 disk unit controllers.

The 11 PCI IOAs are supported by the #9844 Base PCI IOP, by feature #2844 PCI IOPs, and by #2791/#2792/#2799/#2892 PCI Integrated xSeries Servers.

Two cables must be ordered to attach to the HSL or HSL-2 ports.

When ordering cables to connect to the HSL interface, optical HSL, copper HSL, copper HSL-2, or copper HSL to HSL-2 cables are required. An HSL loop uses all optical or all copper ports/cables. A copper loop can intermix I/O towers/units with copper HSL and copper HSL-2 ports. Select the appropriate cable based on the type of HSL ports to which it is being attached, and the cable length required.

  • Copper HSL to HSL-2 (HSL on one end and HSL-2 on the other end)
    • #1474 - 6m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
    • #1475 - 10m HSL to HSL-2 Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

  • Copper HSL-2 (HSL-2 on both ends of the cable)
    • #1482 - 3.5m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1483 - 10m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1485 - 15m HSL-2 Cable
    • #1470 - 6m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1471 - 30m HSL Optical Cable (No longer available)
    • #1472 - 100m HSL Optical Cable
    • #1473 - 250m HSL Optical Cable

For each I/O tower/unit select one of the following SPCN cables:

  • #1463 - 2m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #1464 - 6m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1465 - 15m SPCN Cable (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1466 - 30m SPCN Cable (No longer available)
  • #0369 - 100m Optical SPCN Cable
  • #1468 - 250m Optical SPCN Cable (No longer available)

Select two line cords from the following list:

  • #1406 - 200V 16A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1408 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Italy
  • #1409 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd AU/NZ (No longer available)
  • #1418 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd S Africa
  • #1419 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd Israel
  • #1420 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd EU/Asia
  • #1421 - 4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd CH/DK
  • #1451 - 200V 6-Ft Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1452 - 200V 14-Ft Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1453 - 200V 6-Ft Locking Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1454 - 200V 12A 14-Ft TL Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1455 - 200V 6-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1456 - 200V 14-Ft Watertight Line Cord (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)
  • #1457 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Line Cord (No longer available)
  • #1458 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Locking Cord (No longer available)
  • #1459 - 200V 6-Ft Upper Watertight Cord (No longer available)
  • #1476 - 4.3m 200V/12A Pwr Cd UK (No Longer Available as of October 2, 2009)

(#9787) Base HSL-2 Ports - 2 Copper

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

This base feature provides two copper HSL-2 ports on the Model 825.

(#9876) Base Optical Bus Adapter

(No longer available as of December 2, 2008)

#9876 provides two HSL optical ports and can be selected as base with a new order for #0588, #0595, #5088, #5094, #5095, or #5294.

Migration of existing #9876s to new iSeries servers is allowed. Existing #9876s would be installed in migrating expansion towers/units (#5074, #5079, #5094, #5294, #0595, and #5095).

(#9877) Base HSL-2 Bus Adapter

(No longer available as of August 26, 2008)

#9877 provides two HSL-2 ports and can be selected as base on a new order for #0588, #0595, #5088, #5094, #5095, or #5294.

Migration of existing #9877s to new iSeries servers is allowed. Existing #9877s would be installed in migrating expansion towers/units (#5074, #5079, #5094, #5294, #0595, and #5095).

Internal Disk Units

(#1266) - 35.16GB 15k rpm Disk Unit

(No Longer Available as of May 8, 2007)

Provides a 15k rpm disk unit with 35.16GB capacity and a SCSI interface. #1266 is installed in a #5786 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer or a #5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Tower. #1266 is physically identical to a #4326 disk unit, but it has a different feature number to enable IBM configuration tools to better understand its placement.

(#1267) - 70.56GB 15k rpm Disk Unit

(No Longer Available as of February 1, 2009)

Provides a 15k rpm disk unit with 70.56GB capacity and a SCSI interface. #1267 is installed in a #5786 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer or a #5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Tower. #1267 is physically identical to a #4327 disk unit, but it has a different feature number to enable IBM configuration tools to better understand its placement.

(#1268) - 141.12GB 15k rpm Disk Unit

Provides a 15k rpm disk unit with 141.12GB capacity and an Ultra320 SCSI interface. #1268 is installed in a #5786 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer or a #5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Tower. #1268 is physically identical to a #4328 disk unit, but it has a different feature number to enable IBM configuration tools to better understand its placement.

(#4318) 17.54GB 10k rpm Disk Unit

(No Longer Available as of March 5, 2004)

#4318 is a 10,000 RPM disk unit with 17.54GB capacity and an Ultra2 SCSI interface.

Prerequisite: Disk Unit Controller and an available disk unit slot.

(#4319) 35.16GB 10k rpm Disk Unit

(No Longer Available as of July 15, 2005)

#4319 is a 10k rpm disk unit with 35.16GB capacity and an Ultra2 SCSI interface.

Prerequisite: Disk Unit Controller and an available disk unit slot.

(#4326) 35.16GB 15k rpm Disk Unit

(No longer available as of May 1, 2007)

#4326 is a 15k rpm disk unit with 35.16GB capacity and a SCSI interface. This disk unit is not supported in #5065, #5066, #5074, #5079, or #5075 expansion units/towers, or in the system units of Models 270, 820, 830, and 840.

Prerequisite: Disk Unit Controller and an available disk unit slot. This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#4327) 70.56GB 15k rpm Disk Unit

(No longer available as of February 1, 2009)

#4327 is a 15k rpm disk unit with 70.56GB capacity and a SCSI interface. This disk unit is not supported in #5065, #5066, #5074, #5079, or #5075 expansion units/towers, or in the system units of Models 270, 820, 830, and 840.

Prerequisite: Disk Unit Controller and an available disk unit slot. This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5554) Mirror 35GB Disk/Controller Package

(No Longer Available as of October 25, 2005)

This feature provides a disk unit controller (#2780 equivalent) and twelve 15k rpm 35GB disk units (#4326 equivalent) for servers doing mirroring. Either #0042 Mirrored System IOP Level or #0043 Mirrored System Bus Level is a prerequisite.

(#5555) Mirror 70GB Disk/Controller Package

(No longer available as of January 31, 2008)

This feature provides a disk unit controller (#2780 equivalent) and twelve 15k rpm 70GB disk units (#4327 equivalent) for servers doing mirroring. Either #0042 Mirrored System IOP Level or #0043 Mirrored System Bus Level is a prerequisite.

Quantity 150 of Various Disk Units

These features ship a quantity of 150 of various features. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single unit feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7204) - Quantity 150 of #2124

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity of 150 #2124 1m SCSI Cables. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single SCSI cable feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7205) - Quantity 150 of #2125

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity of 150 #2125 3m SCSI Cables. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single SCSI cable feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7206) - Quantity 150 of #2126

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity of 150 #2126 5m SCSI Cables. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single SCSI cable feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7207) - Quantity 150 of #2127

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity of 150 #2127 10m SCSI Cables. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single SCSI cable feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7208) - Quantity 150 of #2128

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity of 150 #2128 20m SCSI Cables. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single SCSI cable feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7211) - Quantity 150 of #1299

Ships a quantity of 150 #1299 300GB disk units. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single disk unit feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7213) - Quantity 150 of #2138

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity of 150 of 0.55m SCSI Cables. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single SCSI cable feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

  • #7502 Quantity 150 of #4318 (No longer available)
  • #7504 Quantity 150 of #4319 (No longer available)
  • #7508 Quantity 150 of #4326 (No longer available)
  • #7509 Quantity 150 of #4327 (No longer available)

(#7512) - Quantity 150 of #0300

(No Longer Available as of October 29, 2010)

This feature indicates a quantity of 150 #0300 connections. The marketing configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7513) - Quantity 150 of #0301

(No Longer Available as of October 29, 2010)

This feature indicates a quantity of 150 #0301 connections. The marketing configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7514) - Quantity 150 of #5741

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity 150 #5741 EXP24 6 Disk Slot Enabler. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would select a single EXP24 6 Disk Slot Enabler feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7515) - Quantity 150 of #5742

(No Longer Available as of July 29, 2011)

Ships a quantity 150 #5742 EXP24 6/12 Disk Slot Enabler. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would select a single EXP24 6/12 Disk Slot Enabler feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7520) - Quantity 150 of #1266

(No longer available as of May 8, 2007)

Ships a quantity of 150 #1266 35.16GB disk units. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single disk unit feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7521) - Quantity 150 of #1267

(No longer available as of February 1, 2009)

Ships a quantity of 150 #1267 70.56GB disk units. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single disk unit feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7522) - Quantity 150 of #1268

(No longer available as of August 26, 2008)

Ships a quantity of 150 #1268 141.12GB disk units. The configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature as they would any other single disk unit feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

(#7523) - Quantity 150 of #0310

(No Longer Available as of October 29, 2010)

This feature indicates a quantity of 150 #0310 connections. The marketing configurator may either generate this feature or allow users to select this feature. This feature remains on the inventory records.

Disk Unit Table

|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| Feature   | Size  |Byte| SCSI |  RPM |Mirror| RAID |
|           |       |    | Type |      | (1)  |  (2) |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| 4314      | 8.58GB| 2  |Ultra | 7.2K |  1   |  A   |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| 4317      | 8.58GB| 2  |Ultra2|  10K |  1   |  A   |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| 4318      |17.54GB| 2  |Ultra2|  10K |  2   |  B   |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| 4319      |35.16GB| 2  |Ultra2|  10K |  3   |  C   |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| 4324      |17.54GB| 2  |Ultra | 7.2K |  2   |  B   |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| 4326      |35.16GB| 2  |Ultra |  15K |  3   |  C   |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
| 4327      |70.56GB| 2  |Ultra |  15K |  4   |  D   |
|-----------|-------|----|------|------|------|------|
 

Note: (1) Disk unit features with the same number in this column can be mirrored to each other.

Note: (2) Disk unit features with the same letter in this column can be put into the same RAID array.

CD, DVD

(#4425, #4525) CD-ROM

(No Longer Available as of November 21, 2003)

(#4625) CD-ROM

(No Longer Available as of July 15, 2005)

Mounted in a removable media device slot, this feature may be used for alternate IPL, and program distribution.

(#4430) DVD-RAM

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2004)

(#4530) DVD-RAM

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2004)

(#4630) DVD-RAM

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2004)

This DVD-RAM device reads and writes 4.7GB on single sided media. Double sided media, must be manually flipped. It can also read 640MB CD-ROM media.

Mounted in a removable media device slot, this feature may be used for alternate IPL, program distribution, and data interchange.

Prerequisites: Removable media device slot and disk unit controller in the system unit or expansion tower/unit in which the device is mounted.

(#4531, #4631) DVD-ROM

(No Longer Available as of December 1, 2005)

These DVD-ROMs are 5 1/4-inch, half-high devices that mount in a removable media device slot. They can read 640MB CD-ROM and 4.7GB DVD-RAM media. They can be used for Alternate IPL (IBM distributed CD-ROM media only) and program distribution.

Prerequisites: Removable media device slot and disk unit controller in the system unit or expansion tower/unit where the device is mounted.

(#4533/#4633) DVD-RAM

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

DVD-RAM drives that use cartridgeless media only. Media can be removed from type II and IV cartridges to be used in this drive. Media support includes writing DVD-RAM only, and reading CD-ROM, CD-R, DVD-ROM, and DVD-RAM.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Information APAR II13797 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

Internal Tape

(#4482) 4GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2004)

(#4582) 4GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape

(No longer available as of October 15, 2005)

(#4682) 4GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape

(No longer available as of October 15, 2005)

Mounted in a removable media device slot in a system unit or expansion unit, these tape units may be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution, migration and 1/4-inch cartridge tape exchange. Backward read/write capability to previous generations of QIC drives helps protect your investment in QIC technology.

Will read/write:

  • 4GB (QIC4GB format) with IBM SLR5-4GB Data Cartridge (59H3660)
  • 2.5GB (QIC2GB format) with IBM DC9250 Data Cartridge (16G8436)
  • 1.2GB (QIC1000 format) with IBM DC9120 Data Cartridge (21F8730)

Specifications for the primary recording format:

  • Cartridge capacity (Native) = 4.0GB (1500-ft tape)
  • Cartridge capacity (Compression) = 8.0GB (1500-ft tape)
  • Data rate (Native) = 380KB/s
  • Data rate (Compression) = 760KB/s

Prerequisites: Available removable media device slot and disk unit controller in the system unit in which the device is mounted.

(#4483, #4583, #4683) 16GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape

(No Longer Available as of December 3, 2002)

These features are 16GB 1/4-inch cartridge tape units which can be mounted in a removable media device slot in a system unit or an expansion tower.

They may be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution, migration and 1/4-inch cartridge tape exchange. Backward read/write capability to the previous MLR1-S format and backward read capability to the last three QIC formats helps protect your investment in QIC technology.

Will read/write:

  • 16GB (up to 32GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-16GB Data Cartridge (59H4175)
  • 2GB (up to 4GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-2GB Data Cartridge (35L0589)

Will read:

  • 4GB (QIC4GB format) with SLR5-4GB Data Cartridge (59H3660)
  • 2.5GB (QIC2GB format) with IBM DC9250 Data Cartridge (16G8436)

Specifications for the primary recording format:

Cartridge Capacity (Native) = 13.0GB (1200-ft tape)
Cartridge Capacity (Native) = 16.0GB (1500-ft tape)
Cartridge Capacity (Compression) = 26.0GB (1200-ft tape)
Cartridge Capacity (Compression) = 32.0GB (1500-ft tape)
Data Rate (Native) = 1.5MB/s
Data Rate (Compression) = 3.0MB/s

Prerequisites: Available removable media device slot and disk unit controller in the system unit or expansion tower in which the device is mounted.

(#4486, #4586, #4686) 25GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape

(No Longer Available as of December 3, 2002)

These are 25GB 1/4-inch cartridge tape units that mount in a removable media device slot of a system unit or an expansion tower.

They may be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution, migration and 1/4-inch cartridge tape exchange.

Will read/write:

  • 25GB (up to 50GB with compression in MLR3 format) with IBM MLR3-25GB Data Cartridge (59H4128)
  • 16GB (up to 32GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-16GB Data Cartridge (59H4175)
  • 2GB (up to 4GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-2GB Data Cartridge (35L0589)

Will read:

  • 4GB (QIC4GB format) with SLR5-4GB Data Cartridge (59H3660)
  • 2.5GB (QIC2GB format) with IBM DC9250 Data Cartridge (16G8436)

Specifications for the primary recording format:

  • Cartridge Capacity (Compression) = 50.0GB (1500-ft tape)
  • Data Rate (Native) = 2.0MB/s
  • Data Rate (Compression) = 4.0MB/s

Prerequisites: Removable media device slot and disk unit controller in the system unit or expansion tower in which the device is mounted.

(#4487) 50GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2004)

(#4587) 50GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#4687) 50GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Unit

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

Mounted in a removable media device slot of a system unit or an expansion tower, these tape units may be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution, migration and 1/4-inch cartridge tape exchange.

Will read/write:

  • 50GB (up to 100GB with compression in SLR100 format) with IBM SLR100-50GB Data Cartridge (35L0968)
  • 30GB (up to 60GB with compression in SLR60 format) with IBM SLR60-30GB Data Cartridge (19P4209)
  • 25GB (up to 50GB with compression in MLR3 format) with IBM MLR3-25GB Data Cartridge (59H4128)
  • 5GB (up to 10GB with compression in SLR100 format) with IBM SLR100-5GB Data Cartridge (35L0661)

Will read:

  • 16GB (up to 32GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-16GB Data Cartridge (59H4175)
  • 4GB (QIC4GB format) with SLR5-4GB Data Cartridge (59H3660)
  • 2GB (up to 4GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-2GB

Specifications for the primary recording format:

  • Cartridge Capacity (Native) = 50.0GB (1500-ft tape)
  • Cartridge Capacity (Compression) = 100.0GB (1500-ft tape)
  • Data Rate (Native) = 5.0MB/s
  • Data Rate (Compression) = 10.0MB/s

(#4584, #4684) 30GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape

(#4584 No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#4684 No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

(#9284) 30GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

Mounted in a removable media device slot of a system unit or an expansion tower, these features may be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution, migration and 1/4-inch cartridge tape exchange.

#4584 can be mounted in a removable media device slot of a Model 800 or 810 system unit. #4684 can be mounted in a removable media device slot of a Model 825, 870, or 890 system unit, or a #5065, #5066, #5074, #5079, #5094, #5294 expansion tower on any 8XX model. #9284 is an optional base removable media device for Model 800 Standard or Advanced editions.

Will read/write:

  • 30GB (up to 60GB with compression in SLR60 format) with IBM SLR60-30GB Data Cartridge (19P4209)
  • 25GB (up to 50GB with compression in MLR3 format) with IBM MLR3-25GB Data Cartridge (59H4128)
  • 16GB (up to 32GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-16GB Data Cartridge (59H4175)
  • 5GB (up to 10GB with compression in SLR100 format) with IBM SLR100-5GB Data Cartridge (35L0661)
  • 2GB (up to 4GB with compression in QIC5010 format) with IBM MLR1-2GB Data Cartridge (35L0589)

Will read:

  • 4GB (QIC4GB format) with SLR5-4GB Data Cartridge (59H3660)
  • 2.5GB (QIC2GB format) with IBM DC9250 Data Cartridge (16G8436)

Specifications for the primary recording format:

  • Cartridge Capacity (Native) = 30.0GB (1500-ft tape)
  • Cartridge Capacity (Compression) = 60.0GB (1500-ft tape)
  • Data Rate (Native) = 4.0MB/s
  • Data Rate (Compression) = 8.0MB/s

Prerequisites: Removable media device slot and disk unit controller in the system unit or expansion tower in which the device is mounted.

(#4585, #4685) 80GB VXA-2 Tape Drive

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#9285) 80GB VXA-2 Tape Drive

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

This 80GB tape drive may be used for save/restore, alternate IPL, program distribution and migration.

#4585 can be mounted in a removable media device slot of a Model 800 or 810 system unit. #4685 can be mounted in a removable media device slot of a Model 825, 870, or 890 system unit, or a #5065, #5066, #5074, #5079, #5094, #5294 expansion tower on any 8XX model. #9285 in an optional base removable media device for Model 800 Standard or Advanced editions.

The following controller IOAs support #4585/#4685:

  • #2757 PCI-X RAID Disk Unit Controller (No longer available)
  • #2763 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller (No longer available)
  • #2782 PCI-X RAID Disk Unit Controller (No longer available)
  • #4748 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller (No longer available)
  • #4778 PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller (No longer available)
  • #5705 PCI-X Tape/DASD Controller
  • #9767 PCI Disk Unit Controller (No longer available)

Technical specifications:

  • Cartridge capacity (primary format):
    • Native: 80GB
    • Compressed (typical): 160GB
  • Sustained data rate (primary format):
    • Native: 6 MB/s
    • Compressed (typical): 12MB/s
  • SCSI Interface: SCSI-2, Wide, LVD, and SE compatible
  • Media: Advanced Metal Evaporated 8mm data cartridges, 230m (80GB), 62m (20GB), 170m (59GB)
  • Recording Format: 8mm helical scan
  • Interchange: New format (No compatible tape currently offered on iSeries)
  • Form Factor: 5 1/4-inch, 1/2 high

OS/400 V5R1, or later, is required.

Internal Disk Unit Controllers

(#0300) - EXP24 Attach via #5736/#5775

#0300 is used to indicate that the external port of a #5736/#5775 will be connected to one 6-pack of disk slots on a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower. A #5736/#5775 connected to a #5786/#5787 is not capable of attaching/driving any additional internal disk units.

(#0301) - EXP24 Attach via #5737/#5776

#0301 is used to indicate that one external port of a #5737/#5776 will be connected to one or two 6-packs of disk slots on a #5786/ #5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

Both external ports of a #5737/#5776 can be connected to #5786s/#5787s. Both ports of a #5737/#5776 can connect to the same #5786/#5787 or to different 5786s/#5787s. With both ports connected to #5786s/#5787s, a #5737/ #5776 is not capable of attaching/driving any additional internal disk units and/or internal tape/optical devices.

(#0310) - EXP24 Attach via #5739/#5778

#0310 is used to indicate that one port of a #5739/#5778/#5781/ #5782/#5799/#5800 will be connected to one or two 6-packs of disk slots of a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

All three external ports of a #5739/#5778/#5781/#5782/#5799/#5800 can be connected to #5786s/#5787s. All three ports of a #5739/#5778/ #5781/#5782/#5799/#5800 can connect to the same #5786/#5787 or to different 5786s/#5787s.

(#0647) PCI-X Disk/Tape Ctlr No IOP

Provides a PCI-X Disk/Tape SCSI Controller with zero write cache and without RAID support. A maximum of six disk drives are supported on the #0647. Removable media devices (tape, optical libraries, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, and DVD-RAM) are also supported on the #0647.

The #0647 has two U320 buses each with a bus data rate of up to 320MBs. Each SCSI bus can be either internal (using an internal port) or external (using an external port), but not both. There are four physical ports on the #0647, two internal and two external.

Internal devices connect to the internal ports (1 or 2). External devices connect to the external ports (1 or 2) and use an LVD (Low Voltage Differential) interface and VHDCI connectors. A #1850 VHDCI to P Converter Cable is available to connect to external devices with type P connectors.

#0647, #5736, #5766 and #5775 are physically the same adapter card but have different feature numbers to indicate to IBM configurator tools how the card is being used. #0647 indicates that the card is dedicated to an AIX 5L or Linux partition and an IOP is not being used.

#0647 should be the choice over #0624/#0645 (#5702/#5712 IOP-less equivalent) or #5705/#5715 controllers for systems running V5R3, or later.

(#0648) PCI-X Disk Ctlr-90MB No IOP

Provides a PCI-X SCSI disk controller that has a 90MB write cache and can provide RAID-5 or RAID-6 protection of disk units.

The #0648 has two U320 SCSI buses each with a bus data rate of up to 320MBs. A maximum of 12 internal disk drives and up to two internal removable media devices (tape, optical libraries, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or DVD-RAM) are supported on the #0648.

A minimum of three disk drives are required for RAID-5, providing protection against a single drive failure in an array. A minimum of four disk drives are required for RAID-6, providing protection against up to two drives failing in an array.

#0648, #5737, and #5776 are physically the same adapter card but have different feature numbers to indicate to IBM configurator tools how the card is being used. #0648 indicates that the card is dedicated to an AIX 5L or Linux partition and an IOP is not being used.

Note the #2780/#5580 and #2757/#5581 disk controllers with an effective 757MB write cache provide greater disk performance and can have an auxiliary write cache IOA to protect the write cache contents.

(#2757) PCI-X Ultra RAID Disk Controller

(No longer available as of June 1, 2006)

This feature is a PCI-X SCSI controller with a maximum compressed write cache of 757MB. #2757 provides RAID-5 protection for internal disks and also supports internal tape units, CD-ROM and DVD-RAM. The #2757 has four SCSI buses that support up to 18 disk units. Hardware data compression is not supported.

In addition to providing RAID-5 protection for disks, #2757 is also a high-performance controller for disks protected by system mirroring or disks with no protection. In the RAID-5 configuration, disk unit protection is provided at less cost than mirroring, and with greater performance than system checksums.

A minimum of three disk units of the same capacity are needed for a valid RAID-5 configuration. A maximum of six arrays are allowed per controller, with a maximum of 18 disk units allowed per array. All disk units in an array must be of the same capacity. Parity is spread across either two, four, eight, or sixteen disk units in an array. If an array of three disk units is started, parity is spread across two disk units. If an array of four to seven disk units is started, parity is spread across four disk units. If an array of eight to fifteen disk units is started, parity is spread across eight disk units. If an array of sixteen to eighteen disk units is started, parity is spread across sixteen disk units. The number of arrays and size of each array can be influenced by specifying an optimization of either balance, performance, or capacity in Operations Navigator when starting arrays. An optimization of balance is the default when starting arrays from the green screens. If disk units are included into an existing array, parity may be spread across less than the preferred number of disk units. In this case the RAID function must be stopped and started to redistribute the parity.

#2757 controls up to two removable media devices (internal tape, CD-ROM, DVD)

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2766) PCI Fibre Channel DASD Controller

(No longer available as of October 15, 2004)

#2766 provides Fibre Channel attachment capability for external disk devices. The #2766 supports point-to-point and arbitrated loop topologies. With OS/400 V5R2, Switch Fabric topology is also supported. Each #2766 is shipped with a wrap connector (PN#05N6767).

#0371 - LC-SC Adapter Kit (50um) can be ordered, both on initial and field upgrades. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type fibre (50 micron) cables to a #2766. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 50 micron fiber.

#0372 - LC-SC Adapter Kit (62.5um) can be ordered, both on initial and field upgrades. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type fibre (62.5 micron) cables to a #2766. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 62.5 micron fiber.

An optics cleaning kit and instruction sheet are included when a #2765/#2766 is ordered. Customers must supply all Fibre Channel cables for this controller.

(#2782) PCI-X RAID Disk Unit Controller

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2004)

#2782 is a PCI-X SCSI controller with a 40MB cache that provides RAID-5 protection for internal disks and also supports internal tape units, CD-ROM and DVD devices. #2782 has two SCSI buses that support up to 12 disk units. Hardware data compression is not supported.

In addition to providing RAID-5 protection for disks, #2782 also works as a high-performance controller for disks protected by system mirroring, or disks with no protection. In the RAID-5 configuration, disk unit protection is provided at less cost than mirroring, and with greater performance than system checksums.

A minimum of three disk units of the same capacity are needed for a valid RAID-5 configuration. A maximum of four arrays are allowed per controller, with a maximum of 12 disk units allowed per array. All disk units in an array must be of the same capacity. Parity is spread across either two, four, or eight disk units in an array. If an array of three disk units is started, parity is spread across two disk units. If an array of four to seven disk units is started, parity is spread across four disk units. If an array of eight to twelve disk units is started, parity is spread across eight disk units. The number of arrays and size of each array can be influenced by specifying an optimization of either balance, performance, or capacity in Operations Navigator when starting arrays. An optimization of balance is the default when starting arrays from the green screens. If disk units are included into an existing array, parity may be spread across less than the preferred number of disk units. In this case the RAID function must be stopped and started to redistribute the parity.

#2782 controls up to two removable media devices (internal tape, CD-ROM, or DVD)

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#2787) PCI-X Fibre Channel Disk Controller

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#0626) PCI-X Fibre Channel Disk Controller

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Provides Fibre Channel attachment for external disk devices. #2787 supports point-to-point and arbitrated loop topologies and has an LC type cable connector. Each #2787 is shipped with a wrap connector (P/N 05N6767). This feature supports 64bit, 133MHz PCI-X bus speeds. #0626 is a Linux direct attach version of this feature.

One of the following adapter kits is required when connecting SC type cables to the #2787:

  • #0371 -- LC-SC Adapter Kit (50um) can be ordered, both on initial, model upgrades, and simple MES orders. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type 50 micron fiber cables to a #2787. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 50 micron fiber cables.

  • #0372 - LC-SC Adapter Kit (62.5um) can be ordered, both on initial, model upgrades, and simple MES orders. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type 62.5 micron fiber cables to a #2787. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 62.5 micron fiber cables.

An optics cleaning kit (P/N 46G6844) and instruction sheet (P/N 21P6238, form number SY27-2604) is shipped with the #2787. The customer supplies all Fibre Channel cables for this controller.

OS/400 V5R2 plus PTFs, or later, is required. For required PTF information, refer to Informational APAR II13609 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#4778) PCI RAID Disk Unit Controller

(No Longer Available as of November 19, 2004)

#4778 is an Ultra2 SCSI controller with a maximum compressed write cache size of 104MB that provides RAID-5 protection and compression (not on 70GB disk units) for internal disks and also supports internal tape units, CD-ROM, DVD-RAM and DVD-ROM units.

#4778 supports both disk compression and enhanced modes. The mode of operation is determined by a hardware jumper. #4778 is shipped in enhanced mode, which enables compression of the write cache and Extended Adaptive Cache (a read cache device is needed for Extended Adaptive Cache, see below). By moving the hardware jumper the controller will function in disk compression mode. Disk compression mode should only be used when disk compression is desired.

In addition to providing RAID-5 protection for disks, #4778 also works as a high-performance controller for disks protected by system mirroring, or disks with no protection. In the RAID-5 configuration, disk unit protection is provided at less cost than mirroring, and with greater performance than system checksums.

The #4778 controller supports up to 15 disk units. A minimum of four disk units of the same capacity are needed for a valid RAID-5 configuration. A maximum of four arrays are allowed per controller, with a maximum of 10 disk units allowed per tray. All disk units in an array must be of the same capacity. Parity is spread across four disk units for arrays of four to seven disk units. Parity can be spread across either four or eight disk units for arrays of eight or ten disks. For systems started with eight to ten disk units in an array the parity, for that array, will be spread across eight disk units. For systems that are started with less than eight disk units in the array and later increased to eight, nine or ten disk units, the RAID function must be stopped and then started before the parity will be spread across eight disk units.

See the Disk Unit Table for a list of disks that can be placed into RAID-5 arrays.

#4778 controls up to two removable media devices (internal tape, CD, or DVD. #4778 supports compression on 36GB disk units.

(#5580) 2780 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache

(No longer available as of July 13, 2007)

Provides a disk controller with auxiliary write cache to improve cache data redundancy. The #5580 includes a #2780 PCI-X Ultra4 RAID Disk Controller and a secondary IOA with 757MB of auxiliary maximum compressed write cache. The #2780 and the secondary IOA each require one PCI-X slot and must be installed together in the same CEC or I/O unit/drawer/tower. The #2780 and the auxiliary write cache IOA are connected by a SCSI cable (provided). Feature #2780 will not appear on IBM ordering, shipping, or inventory documentation.

The connecting SCSI cable is attached to port four of the #2780, reducing the number of SCSI buses that support disk drives from four to three. The reduction of SCSI buses may also reduce the number of disk drives supported by the #2780, depending on the CEC or I/O unit/drawer/tower in which the #2780 is installed. No disk drives are driven by the auxiliary write cache IOA.

(#5581) 2757 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache

(No longer available as of February 6, 2007)

Provides a disk controller with auxiliary write cache to improve cache data redundancy. The #5581 includes a #2757 PCI-X Ultra4 RAID Disk Controller and a secondary IOA with 757MB of auxiliary maximum compressed write cache. The #2757 and the secondary IOA each require one PCI-X slot and must be installed together in the same CEC or I/O unit/drawer/tower. The #2757 and the auxiliary write cache IOA are connected by a SCSI cable (provided). Feature #2757 will not appear on IBM ordering, shipping, or inventory documentation.

The connecting SCSI cable is attached to port four of the #2757, reducing the number of SCSI buses that support disk drives from four to three. The reduction of SCSI buses may also reduce the number of disk drives supported by the #2757, depending on the CEC or I/O unit/drawer/tower in which the #2757 is installed. No disk drives are driven by the auxiliary write cache IOA.

(#5582) - #5738 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache

Provides a disk controller with auxiliary write cache to improve cache data redundancy. #5582 includes a #5738 PCI-X RAID disk controller and an auxiliary write cache IOA with a maximum compressed write cache of 1.5GB. #5738 and the auxiliary IOA each require one PCI-X slot and must be installed together in the same system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower. #5738 and the auxiliary write cache IOA are connected by a SCSI cable (provided). Feature #5738 will not appear on IBM ordering, shipping, or inventory documentation.

The connecting SCSI cable is attached to port four of the #5738, reducing the number of SCSI buses that support disk drives from four to three. The reduction of SCSI buses may also reduce the number of disk drives supported by the #5738, depending on the system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower in which the #5738 is installed. No disk drives are driven by the auxiliary write cache IOA.

#5582 and #5583 are physically the same adapter cards but have different feature numbers that denote to IBM configurator tools whether or not an IOP is required. #5582 indicates an IOP is used.

(#5583) - #5777 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache

Provides a disk controller with auxiliary write cache to improve cache data redundancy. The #5583 includes a #5777 PCI-X disk controller and a secondary IOA with 1.5GB of auxiliary maximum compressed write cache. #5777 and the secondary IOA each require one PCI-X slot and must be installed together in the same system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower. The #5777 and the auxiliary write cache IOA are connected by a SCSI cable (provided). Feature #5777 will not appear on IBM ordering, shipping, or inventory documentation.

The connecting SCSI cable is attached to port four of the #5777, reducing the number of SCSI buses that support disk drives from four to three. The reduction of SCSI buses may also reduce the number of disk drives supported by the #5777, depending on the system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower in which the #5777 is installed. No disk drives are driven by the auxiliary write cache IOA.

#5583 and #5582 are physically the same adapter cards but have different feature numbers that denote to IBM configurator tools whether or not an IOP is required. #5583 does not require an IOP.

(#5590) - #2780 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache

(No longer available as of May 1, 2008)

Provides a disk controller with auxiliary write cache to improve cache data redundancy. #5590 includes a #2780 PCI-X RAID Disk Controller with 757MB of write cache and a secondary IOA with 1.5GB of auxiliary maximum compressed write cache. The #2780 and the secondary IOA each require one PCI-X slot and must be installed together in the same system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower. #2780 and the auxiliary write cache IOA are connected by the provided SCSI cable. Feature #2780 will not appear on IBM ordering, shipping, or inventory documentation.

The connecting SCSI cable is attached to port four of the #2780, reducing the number of SCSI buses that support disk drives from four to three. The reduction of SCSI buses may also reduce the number of disk drives supported by the #2780, depending on the system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower in which the #2780 is installed. No disk drives are driven by the auxiliary write cache IOA.

(#5591) - #2757 Ctlr w/Aux Write Cache

(No longer available as of February 6, 2007)

Provides a disk controller with auxiliary write cache to improve cache data redundancy. The #5591 includes a #2757 PCI-X RAID Disk Controller with a 757MB write cache and a secondary IOA with 1.5GB of auxiliary maximum compressed write cache. The #2757 and the secondary IOA each require one PCI-X slot and must be installed together in the same system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower. The #2757 and the auxiliary write cache IOA are connected by a SCSI cable (provided). Feature #2757 will not appear on IBM ordering, shipping, or inventory documentation.

The connecting SCSI cable is attached to port four of the #2757, reducing the number of SCSI buses that support disk drives from four to three. The reduction of SCSI buses may also reduce the number of disk drives supported by the #2757, depending on the system unit or I/O unit/drawer/tower in which the #2757 is installed. No disk drives are driven by the auxiliary write cache IOA.

(#5703/#0628) PCI-X RAID Disk Unit Controller

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

This SCSI controller has a cache size of 40MB for RAID-5 protection for internal disks, and also supports internal tape units, CD-ROM, DVD-RAM, and DVD-ROM units. #5703 has two Ultra3 SCSI buses.

In addition to providing RAID-5 protection for disks, #5703 also works as a high-performance controller for disks protected by system mirroring or disks with no protection. In the RAID-5 configuration, disk unit protection costs less than mirroring with greater performance than system checksums.

#5703 supports a maximum of 12 disk units. Only Models 270, 800, and 810, and PCI Expansion Towers #0595 and #5095 have a suitable system configuration to allow 12 disk units to attach to a single #5703. All other CEC/tower disk configurations restrict the number of attached disk units to 10 or less. It is supported in #5094/#5294 I/O towers in LPAR configurations.

A minimum of three disk units of the same capacity are needed for a valid RAID-5 configuration. A maximum of four arrays are allowed per controller, with a maximum of 12 disk units allowed per array. All disk units in an array must be of the same capacity.

Parity is spread across either two, four, or eight disk units in an array. If an array of three disk units is started, parity is spread across two disk units. If an array of four to seven disk units is started, parity is spread across four disk units. If an array of 8-12 disk units is started, parity is spread across eight disk units.

The number of arrays and size of each array can be influenced by specifying an optimization of either balance, performance, or capacity in Operations Navigator when starting arrays. An optimization of balance is the default when starting arrays from green screens. If disk units are included into an existing array, parity may be spread across less than the preferred number of disk units. In this case the RAID function must be stopped and then started to redistribute the parity.

#5703 controls up to two removable media devices (internal tape, CD-ROM, DVD-RAM, and DVD-ROM).

OS/400 V5R2 plus PTFs, or later, is required. For required PTF information, refer to Informational APAR II13609 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5738) - PCI-X Disk Ctlr-1.5GB w/IOP

Provides a high-performance PCI-X Ultra320 SCSI disk controller with a maximum compressed write cache of 1.5GB and read cache of 1.6GB. #5738 will support i5/OS mirroring protection for internal disk drives using its write cache but will not start RAID-5 or RAID-6 unless an auxiliary write cache IOA is attached. (When an auxiliary write cache IOA is attached, the pair of cards is denoted by feature code #5582.) Concurrent battery maintenance is supported. The controller also supports internal tape units, CD-ROM units, and DVD units. The #5738 has four internal Ultra320 SCSI buses.

#5738 and #5777 are physically the same adapter card but have different feature numbers to denote to IBM configurator tools whether or not an IOP is required. #5738 indicates an IOP is used.

(#5739) - PCI-X EXP24 Ctlr-1.5GB w/IOP

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides an EXP24 disk controller with PCI-X DDR technology, a maximum of 1.5GB compressed write cache, and a maximum 1.6GB compressed read cache. The controller supports RAID-5 and RAID-6 and mirroring is supported via i5/OS. Embedded auxiliary write cache and concurrent battery maintenance are provided. The controller is implemented using two physical cards that are firmly connected and requires two adjacent PCI slots. It provides three Ultra320 SCSI ports/buses for the attachment of disk drives located in a #5786/#5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower.

#5739 and #5778 are physically the same adapter cards but have different feature numbers to denote to IBM configuration tools whether or not an IOP is required. #5739 indicates an IOP is used. The #5781/#5782 and #5799/#5800 are also the same adapter cards, but the #5781/#5782 indicates the adapter is placed in a double-wide blind swap cassette and #5799/#5800 indicates the adapter is placed in a model 520 system unit and has a light pipe inserted into the feature.

(#5741) - EXP24 6 Disk Slot Enabler

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a SCSI interface card (repeater) located in a #5786/ #5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower. The #5741 receives and sends Ultra320 SCSI signals from an external port of a SCSI disk controller such as a #5736/#5775, #5737/#5776, or #5739/#5778/#5781/ #5782/#5799/#5800 via a SCSI cable. It then sends and receives the signals to the DASD backplane in the #5786/#5787.

A #5741 can enable up to six disk units in a #5786/#5787. One to four #5741's are supported in a #5786/#5787.

(#5742) - EXP24 6/12 Disk Slot Enabler

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a SCSI interface card (repeater) located in a #5786/ #5787 TotalStorage EXP24 Disk Drawer/Tower. The #5742 receives and sends Ultra320 SCSI signals from an external port of a SCSI disk controller such as a #5736/#5775, #5737/#5776, or #5739/#5778/#5781/ #5782/#5799/#5800 via a SCSI cable. It then sends and receives the signals to the DASD backplane in the #5786/#5787.

A single #5742 can enable up to six disk units in a #5786/#5787. Two #5742s can be cabled such that up to 12 disk units can be driven by a single SCSI disk controller port with a single SCSI cable. Also a #5742 and a #5741 can be cabled such that up to 12 disk units can be driven by a single SCSI disk controller port with a single SCSI cable

One to four #5742s are supported in a #5786/#5787.

Magnetic Media Controllers

(#2749) PCI Ultra Magnetic Media Controller

(No Longer Available as of March 3, 2005)

#2749 provides Ultra SCSI attachment capability for an external tape device or an external optical device. See the Devices Support section for a list of tape and optical devices supported by the #2749.

(#2765) PCI Fibre Channel Tape Controller

(No longer available as of October 15, 2004)

#2765 provides Fibre Channel attachment capability for external tape devices. The #2765 supports point-to-point and arbitrated loop topologies. With OS/400 V5R2, Switch Fabric topology is also supported. Each #2765 is shipped with a wrap connector (PN#05N6767).

#0371 - LC-SC Adapter Kit (50um) can be ordered, both on initial and field upgrades. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type fibre (50 micron) cables to a #2765. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 50 micron fiber.

#0372 - LC-SC Adapter Kit (62.5um) can be ordered, both on initial and field upgrades. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type fibre (62.5 micron) cables to a #2765. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 62.5 micron fiber.

An optics cleaning kit and instruction sheet are included when a #2765/#2766 is ordered. Customers must supply all Fibre Channel cables for this controller.

(#2768) PCI Magnetic Media Controller

(No longer available as of October 15, 2004)

#2768 provides Ultra SCSI attachment capability for an external tape and an external CD-ROM device which have a Single Ended SCSI interface. See the Devices Supported section for a list of devices supported by the #2768.

(#5702) PCI-X Ultra Tape Controller

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#5702 provides two SCSI busses for PCI-X attachment of external tape devices and removable media devices.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5704) PCI-X Fibre Channel Tape Controller

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Provides Fibre Channel attachment for external tape devices. #5704 supports point-to-point and arbitrated loop topologies and has an LC-type cable connector. Each #5704 is shipped with a wrap connector (P/N 05N6767). This feature supports 64bit, 133MHz PCI-X bus speeds.

The following adapter kits are required when connecting SC type cables to the #5704:

  • #0371 -- LC-SC Adapter Kit (50um) can be ordered, both on initial, model upgrades, and simple MES orders. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type 50 micron fiber cables to a #5704. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 50 micron fiber cables.

  • #0372 -- LC-SC Adapter Kit (62.5um) can be ordered, both on initial, model upgrades, and simple MES orders. This optional kit is used to attach SC-type 62.5 micron fiber cables to a #5704. This kit contains a 2m LC-ST cable and ST-SC adapter for 62.5 micron fiber cables.

An optics cleaning kit (P/N 46G6844) and instruction sheet (P/N 21P6238, SY27-2604) is shipped with the #5704. The customer supplies all Fibre Channel cables for this controller.

OS/400 V5R2 plus PTFs, or later, is required. For required PTF information, refer to Informational APAR II13609 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5705) PCI-X Tape/DASD Controller

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

This feature provides PCI-X attachment capability for external tape devices, external removable media devices, and internal DASD devices.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

#5705 provides one SCSI port for external devices, and one SCSI port for up to six internal DASD devices. RAID protection is not supported. If two external SCSI ports are required, a #5702 should be ordered.

(#5736) PCI-X Disk/Tape Ctlr w/IOP

(No Longer Available as of July 11, 2014)

Provides a PCI-X Disk/Tape SCSI Controller with zero write cache and without RAID support. Disk mirroring support is supported through i5/OS. A maximum of six disk drives are supported on the #5736. Removable media devices (tape, optical libraries, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or DVD-RAM) are also supported on the #5736.

The #5736 has two U320 buses each with a bus data rate of up to 320MBs. Each SCSI bus can be either internal (using an internal port) or external (using an external port), but not both. There are four physical ports on the #5736, two internal and two external.

Internal devices connect to the internal ports (1 or 2). External devices connect to the external ports (1 or 2) and use an LVD (Low Voltage Differential) interface and VHDCI connectors. A #1850 VHDCI to P Converter Cable is available to connect to external devices with type P connectors.

A maximum of one external port per #5736 controller can be used for an EXP24 Disk Enclosure to attach one six-pack of disk. The #0300 specify indicates to the IBM Configurator tool is being used in this manner.

#0647, #5736, #5766 and #5775 are physically the same adapter card but have different feature numbers to indicate to IBM configurator tools that an IOP is or is not being used in the configuration.

#5736 should be the choice over #5702/#5712 or #5705/#5715 controllers for systems running V5R3, or later.

  • Attributes provided: Two Ultra320 SCSI VHDCI ports which may be either internal or external but not both.
  • Attributes required: One available 3.3 volt PCI or PCI-X slot

(#5737) PCI-X Disk Ctlr-90MB w/IOP

Provides a PCI-X SCSI disk controller that has a 90MB write cache and can provide RAID-5 or RAID-6 protection of disk units.

The #5737 has two U320 SCSI buses each with a bus data rate of up to 320MBs. A maximum of 12 or 24 disk drives and up to two internal removable media devices (tape, CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or DVD-RAM) are supported on the #5737. The maximum is 12 drives in a #0595/5095 I/O drawer/tower. The maximum is 10 drives in a #5094/5074/5294/5079. The maximum is 24 drives in an EXP24 Disk Enclosure. The #5737 can attach to disk drives within an expansion tower and also attach to disk units in an EXP24 Disk Enclosure. The #0301 specify indicates to the IBM Configurator tool that one port of the #5737 is attaching to disk units in an EXP24 Disk Enclosure.

A minimum of three disk drives are required for RAID-5, providing protection against a single drive failure in an array. A minimum of four disk drives are required for RAID-6, providing protection against up to two drives failing in an array.

#0648, #5737, and #5776 are physically the same adapter card but have different feature numbers to indicate to IBM configurator tools that an IOP is or is not being used in the configuration.

Note the 757MB write cache and 1.5GB write cache disk controllers provide greater disk performance and can have an auxiliary write cache IOA to protect the write cache contents.

  • Attributes provided: Two Ultra320 SCSI VHDCI ports
  • Attributes required: One available 3.3V long PCI or PCI-X slot

(#5760) - PCI-X Fibre Chan Disk Ctlr

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a 4Gbps Single Port Fibre Channel PCI-X 2.0 Adapter which attaches external DASD devices. #5760 is a 64-bit address/data, short form factor PCI-X adapter with an LC type external fiber connector that provides single initiator capability over an optical fiber link or loop. With the use of appropriate optical fiber cabling, this adapter provides the capability for a network of high-speed local and remote located storage.

The #5760 will auto-negotiate for the highest data rate between adapter and an attaching device at 1Gbps, 2Gbps or 4Gbps of which the device or switch is capable. Distances of up to 500 meters running at 1Gbps data rate and up to 300 meters running at 2Gbps data rate and 4Gbps data rate up to 150 meters are supported between the adapter and an attaching device or switch. When used with IBM supported Fibre Channel storage switches supporting long-wave optics, distances of up to 10 kilometers are capable running at either 1Gbps or 2Gbps or 4Gbps data rates.

The #5760 can be used to attach devices either directly, or by means of Fibre Channel Switches. If attaching a device or switch with a SC type fiber connector, use of a #0371 LC-SC Adapter Kit (50um) or a #0372 LC-SC Adapter Kit (62.5um) is required.

The #5760 requires a PCI IOP.

Refer to the following IBM storage subsystem Web page for additional supported server attachment information for IBM devices.

http://www.ibm.com/servers/storage/product/products_iseries.html

Consult with your IBM representative or Business Partner for additional information relative to any third party attachment.

  • Attributes provided: One Port Fibre Channel Adapter which attaches External DASD
  • Attributes required: One empty PCI-X 1.0 / 2.0 slot and a PCI IOP
  • For 9406 - 800 (5760)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 8
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 810 (5760)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 26
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 825 (5760)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 112
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 870 (5760)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 286
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 890 (5760)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 286
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No

(#5761) - PCI-X Fibre Chan Tape Ctlr

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

Provides a 4Gbps Single Port Fibre Channel PCI-X 2.0 Adapter which attaches external tape devices. #5761 is a 64-bit address/data, short form factor PCI-X adapter with an LC type external fiber connector that provides single initiator capability over an optical fiber link or loop. With the use of appropriate optical fiber cabling, this adapter provides the capability for a network of high-speed local and remote located storage.

The #5761 will auto-negotiate for the highest data rate between adapter and an attaching device at 1Gbps, 2Gbps or 4Gbps of which the device or switch is capable. Distances of up to 500 meters running at 1Gbps data rate and up to 300 meters running at 2Gbps data rate and 4Gbps data rate up to 150 meters are supported between the adapter and an attaching device or switch. When used with IBM supported Fibre Channel storage switches supporting long-wave optics, distances of up to 10 kilometers are capable running at either 1Gbps or 2Gbps or 4Gbps data rates.

The #5761 can be used to attach devices either directly, or by means of Fibre Channel Switches. If attaching a device or switch with a SC type fiber connector, use of a #0371 LC-SC Adapter Kit (50um) or a #0372 LC-SC Adapter Kit (62.5um) is required.

Features #5761 and #5758 are physically the same card, but have different feature numbers that denote to IBM configurator tools whether or not an IOP is required.

Refer to the following IBM storage subsystem Web page for additional supported server attachment information for IBM devices.

http://www.ibm.com/servers/storage/product/products_iseries.html

Consult with your IBM representative or Business Partner for additional information relative to any third party attachment.

  • Attributes provided: One Port Fibre Channel Adapter which attaches External Tape Devices
  • Attributes required: One empty PCI-X 1.0 / 2.0 slot and a PCI IOP
  • For 9406 - 800 (5761)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 8
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 810 (5761)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 18/26
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 825 (5761)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 18/36
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 870 (5761)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 26/48
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No
  • For 9406 - 890 (5761)
    • Minimum required: 0
    • Maximum allowed: 26/48
    • OS level required: i5/OS V5R3, or later
    • Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: MES
    • CSU: Yes
    • Return parts MES: No

(5766) PCI-X Tape Ctlr (5736 Equiv)

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

Provides a PCI-X tape controller with two U320 SCSI buses for attachment of external removable media devices, either tape or optical. The two external ports have an LVD (Low Voltage Differential) interface and VHDCI connectors and are driven at the U320 SCSI bus date rate of 320MBs. A #1850 VHDCI to P Converter Cable is available to connect to external devices with type P connectors.

#0647, #5736, #5766 and #5775 are physically the same adapter card but have different feature numbers to indicate to IBM configurator tools that an IOP is or is not being used in the configuration. #5766 indicates an IOP is being used.

WAN/LAN/Workstation IOAs

(#2742) PCI Two-Line WAN IOA

#2742 is a WAN IOA which supports up to two multiple protocol communications (RVX) ports when one or two of the following cables are attached:

  • #0348 - V.24/EIA232 20-Ft PCI Cable
  • #0349 - V.24/EIA232 50-Ft PCI Cable (No longer available)
  • #0353 - V.35 20-Ft PCI Cable
  • #0354 - V.35 50-Ft PCI Cable (No longer available)
  • #0356 - V.36 20-Ft PCI Cable (No longer available)
  • #0359 - X.21 20-Ft PCI Cable
  • #0360 - X.21 50-Ft PCI Cable (No longer available)
  • #0365 - V.24/EIA232 80-Ft PCI Cable (No longer available)
  • #0367 - Operations Console PCI Cable

Note: The #0367 cable ships with a 25 pin to 9 pin adapter.

Multiple #0367 cables may be ordered (but only one per #2742) to serve as consoles for secondary partitions when Logical Partitioning (#0140) is specified.

When #2742 is selected to support ECS, one of following cables must be specified:

  • #0348 V.24/EIA232 20-Ft PCI Cable
  • #0349 V.24/EIA232 50-Ft PCI Cable (no longer available)
  • #0365 V.24/EIA232 80-Ft PCI Cable (No longer available)

#2742 does not support remote power-on.

(#2744) PCI 100Mbps Token-Ring IOA

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

The PCI 100Mbps Token-Ring IOA provides a single attachment to a 100Mbps, 16Mbps, or 4Mbps Token-Ring network. The feature consists of an IOA card, internal code that supplies IEEE 802.5 Media Access Control (MAC) and IEEE 802.2 Logical Link Control (LLC) functions. This IOA operates in half-or full-duplex mode.

A 2.44 meter (8-ft) token-ring cable is included with this feature. As an alternative, you can attach a separately priced twisted-pair cable to the RJ45 connection on the IOA. IBM Cabling System patch cables, included with this feature, can increase the length as required.

Prerequisites: If #2744 is used on an integrated xSeries server, one #0223 (100Mbps Token-Ring Specify) is required for each #2744.

(#2772, #2773) PCI Dual WAN/Modem Adapter

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

This two-line WAN adapter, with two ports (RJ11), supports V.90 56K Async PPP and fax applications at data rates up to 14.4K via internal modems. Connection to the V.90 ports is via telephone cable. Remote ring-indicator is not supported.

#2772 is non-CIM (Complex Impedance Matching).

#2773 is CIM (Complex Impedance Matching)(Australia and New Zealand only).

A minimum of one modem cable must be ordered for each #2772/#2773. All modem cables installed on a system must be the same feature number.

  • #1010 - Modem Cable - Austria
  • #1011 - Modem Cable - Belgium
  • #1012 - Modem Cable - Africa
  • #1013 - Modem Cable - Israel
  • #1014 - Modem Cable - Italy
  • #1015 - Modem Cable - France
  • #1016 - Modem Cable - Germany
  • #1017 - Modem Cable - UK
  • #1018 - Modem Cable - Iceland/Sweden
  • #1019 - Modem Cable - Australia (for feature #2773 only)
  • #1020 - Modem Cable - HK/NZ
  • #1021 - Modem Cable - Fin/Nor
  • #1022 - Modem Cable - Netherlands
  • #1023 - Modem Cable - Swiss
  • #1024 - Modem Cable - Denmark
  • #1025 - Modem Cable - US/Cananda/Japan

#2772 and #2773 have country specific usage. #2772 will NOT ship with country specific telephone cables. PCI card slots required: One.

(#2793) PCI 2-Line WAN w/Modem

(#9793) PCI 2-Line WAN w/Modem

(No Longer Available as of August 28, 2009)

#2793 is an optional feature. #9793 is a base PCI 2-line WAN w/Modem. They are the non-CIM (Complex Impedance Matching) version offered in all countries except Australia and New Zealand. Port 0 is the modem port and supports V.92 56K Async PPP, V.92 data modem, V.44 data compression, V.34 fax modem and fax functions such as ECM and 2D/1D conversion. Port 0 does not provide Sync modem capabilities (SDLC and Sync PPP). Port 1 is the RVX port and supports multiple communications protocols, including synchronous operation.

Select one of the following cables to attach to port 0 (modem port):

  • #1010 Modem Cable - Austria
  • #1011 Modem Cable - Belgium
  • #1012 Modem Cable - Africa
  • #1013 Modem Cable - Israel
  • #1014 Modem Cable - Italy
  • #1015 Modem Cable - France
  • #1016 Modem Cable - Germany
  • #1017 Modem Cable - UK
  • #1018 Modem Cable - Iceland/Sweden
  • #1020 Modem Cable - HK/NZ
  • #1021 Modem Cable - Fin/Nor
  • #1022 Modem Cable - Netherlands
  • #1023 Modem Cable - Swiss
  • #1024 Modem Cable - Denmark
  • #1025 Modem Cable - US/Canada

Select one of the following cables to attach to port 1 (RVX port):

  • #0348 - V.24/EIA232 20-Ft PCI Cable
  • #0353 - V.35 20-Ft PCI Cable
  • #0356 - V.36 20-Ft PCI Cable (No longer available)
  • #0359 - X.21 20-Ft PCI Cable
  • #0367 - Operations Console PCI Cable

Note: The #0367 cable ships with a 25 pin to 9 pin adapter.

Multiple #0367 cables can be ordered (but only one per #2793/#9793) to serve as consoles for secondary partitions when Logical Partitioning (#0140) is specified.

ECS is supported from both the modem port, and the RVX port. One of the following cable is required to support ECS from the RVX port:

  • #0348 - V.24/EIA232 20-Ft PCI Cable

#2793/#9793 do not support the remote ring indicate function. These features have country-specific usage.

(#2805, #2806) PCI Quad Modem IOA

(No Longer Available as of April 29, 2011)

This four-line WAN modem adapter, with four RJ-11 ports, supports V.92 56K Async SLIP/PPP and V.34 Fax applications at data rates up to 33.6K via internal modems. Connection to the V.92 ports is via telephone cable. The V.92 functions offer increased upload throughput, improved V.44 data compression, and shortened modem synchronization periods. The call waiting and modem on hold functions associated with V.92 will not be supported. Remote Power On via ring-indicator, SDLC, and synchronous PPP are not supported.

  • #2805 is non-CIM (Complex Impedance Matching)
  • #2806 is CIM (Australia and New Zealand only)

A minimum of one modem cable must be ordered for each #2805/#2806. All modem cables installed on a system must be the same feature number.

  • #1010 - Modem Cable - Austria (No longer available)
  • #1011 - Modem Cable - Belgium
  • #1012 - Modem Cable - Africa
  • #1013 - Modem Cable - Israel (No longer available)
  • #1014 - Modem Cable - Italy
  • #1015 - Modem Cable - France
  • #1016 - Modem Cable - Germany (No longer available)
  • #1017 - Modem Cable - U.K.
  • #1018 - Modem Cable - Iceland/Sweden (No longer available)
  • #1019 - Modem Cable - Australia (For feature #2806 only)
  • #1020 - Modem Cable - HK/NZ
  • #1021 - Modem Cable - Finland/Norway
  • #1022 - Modem Cable - Netherlands
  • #1023 - Modem Cable - Switzerland
  • #1024 - Modem Cable - Denmark
  • #1025 - Modem Cable - U.S./Canada/Japan

These features have country-specific usage, and require country certification/homologation. #2805/#2806 will not ship with country- specific telephone cables.

(#2849) PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

(#9749) PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2005)

Allows an iSeries server to attach to standardized 100Mbps high-speed Ethernet LANs and allows attachment to existing 10Mbps Ethernet LANs. The adapter comes with an RJ45 connector for attachment to UTP-5 media.

The #2849 is not supported on any PC server feature.

#9749 is an optional base feature available on new Models 800 and 810, or when upgrading from Models 270, 720, 730, or 820, to Model 810.

Prerequisites: This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#4746) PCI Twinaxial Workstation IOA

(No Longer Available as of November 27, 2009)

Provides support for up to 40 twinaxial displays and printers. A 20-ft cable with an 8-port expansion (breakout) box is included with this adapter. Each port supports seven attached devices, allowing for physical attachment of 56 devices, of which only 40 can be active at one time.

(#4801) PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#4801 provides a rich set of data encryption and authentication services for applications requiring high security. Cryptographic keys are stored in a tamper-resistant module on the coprocessor. This feature is ideally suited for banking and financial applications. However, with the tamper resistant-module the coprocessor can be used to implement other advanced applications such as electronic postage metering.

Application services provided by the coprocessor include:

  • Data encryption using Tripe-DES (Data Encryption Standard)
  • Digital signature generation/verification using RSA public-key cryptography
  • Data integrity checking using MD5 and SHA-1 secure hash algorithms
  • Financial PIN support for automatic teller machine (ATM) networks
  • Basic Secure Electronic Transaction (SET) block operations
  • Secure storage of keys in a Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 140-1 Level 3 tamper-resistant module.

The PCI Cryptographic Coprocessor is compatible with IBM's Common Cryptographic Architecture (CCA). OS/400 Option 35 CCA Cryptographic Service Provider is required along with Cryptographic Access Provider 128-bit (5722-AC3) licensed program. Both Option 35 and the LPP are no- charge.

For more information, visit:

http://www.ibm.com/security/cryptocards/

(#4805) PCI Cryptographic Accelerator

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Feature #4805 provides improved performance for high-transaction-rate secure Web applications which use the secure sockets layer (SSL) or transport layer security (TLS) protocols. SSL/TLS is the predominant method for securing Web transactions. Applications using SSL/TLS include those transferring payment information (e.g., credit card numbers) over the Internet, e.g., between a Web browser and a server in the case of B2C or between servers in the case of B2B. Establishing SSL/TLS secure Web connections requires very compute intensive cryptographic processing. Feature #4805 off-loads cryptographic processing associated with the establishment of a SSL/TLS session, thus freeing the server for other processing.

The Cryptographic Accelerator is targeted to high-transaction-rate secure Web applications using SSL/TLS. If your application requires a FIPS 140-1 certified, tamper-resistant module for storing cryptographic keys and/or requires financial PIN processing, then features #4801 or #4802, Cryptographic Coprocessors should be your choice.

Note: FIPS 140-1 is a U.S. Government National Institute of Standards 1 Technology (NIST) administered standard and certification program for cryptographic modules.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#4838) PCI 100/10Mbps Ethernet IOA

(No Longer Available as of October 1, 2004)

Attaches the iSeries to standardized 100Mbps high-speed Ethernet LANs, and also existing 10Mbps Ethernet LANs. The adapter comes with an RJ45 connector for attachment to UTP-5 media.

Prerequisites: If #4838 is used with #2790, #2791, or #2799 integrated PC servers, then one #0224 (100/10Mbps Ethernet Specify) is required for each #4838.

(#5700) PCI 1Gbps Ethernet IOA

(No longer available as of May 29, 2009)

This PCI-X feature allows an iSeries server to attach to IEEE standard 802.3Z high-speed (1Gbps) Ethernet LANs. It can also be used to connect to existing 100Mbps Ethernet LANs via switches with 10/100/1000Mbps ports. The adapter supports a multimode fiber interface with a 62.5 micron or 50.0 micron cable requirement. The adapter has a duplex LC fiber-optic connector for attachment to customer-supplied cabling.

This adapter only supports TCP/IP, and requires an intervening switch for direct attachment to 10Mbps or 100Mbps networks. #5700 can run under a #2792 or #2892 Integrated xSeries Server. If a #5700 will be controlled/driven by a #2792 or #2892, then specify code #0226 (1Gbps Ethernet Specify) must be ordered. Order one #0226 for each #5700 controlled/driven by an integrated server.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#5701) PCI 1Gbps Ethernet UTP

(No longer available as of May 29, 2009)

#5701 provides PCI-X attachment to IEEE standard 802.3Z high-speed (1Gbps) Ethernet LANs. It can also be used to connect to existing 10Mbps or 100Mbps Ethernet LANs using switches with 10/100/1000Mbps ports. The adapter supports a UTP CAT 5 media interface, and only TCP/IP.

If #5701 is used with a #2792 or #2892, then one specify code #0226, 1Gbps Ethernet Specify, must be ordered for each #5701.

This feature requires OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

I/O Processors

(#2792) PCI Integrated xSeries Server

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2004)

(#2892) PCI Integrated xSeries Server

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2004)

(#9792) PCI Integrated xSeries Server

(No Longer Available as of January 1, 2004)

#2792/#2892/#9792 PCI Integrated xSeries servers contain a 1.6GHz processor and four memory slots. #2792 is used on iSeries Models 825, 870, and 890. #2892 is used on Models 800 and 810. #9792 is a base feature used on Models 825, 870, and 890, when ordered with the Enterprise Options Package.

Each server memory slot can contain one of the following features for a total main storage from 1024MB to 4096MB (features #0446 and #0447 are used only with feature #2892.)

  • #0426/#0446 - 512MB Server Memory (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #0427/#0447 - 1GB Server Memory (No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)
  • #9726 - 512MB Server Memory (two included with #9792)

At least two server memory features are required with each #2782/#2892/#9792. Server memory features must be installed in identical capacity pairs. On model upgrades or MES orders, a #2782/#2892 may be ordered without memory features if supported memory features already exist on the installed system.

#2792/#2892/#9792 include one embedded 100/10Mbps Ethernet LAN adapter. Additional LAN IOAs may be ordered from the following:

  • #2744 PCI 100/16/4Mbps Token-Ring IOA
  • #5700 PCI 1Gbps Ethernet IOA
  • #5701 PCI 1Gbps Ethernet UTP IOA

When a LAN feature is used with #2792/#2892/#9792, the following specify codes must be ordered:

  • When using #2744, one #0223, 100/16/4Mbps Token-Ring specify, is required for each #2744.

  • When using #5700/#5701, one #0226 (1Gbps Ethernet Specify) is required for each #5700/#5701.

Up to three IOA LAN features can be supported by a #2792/#2892/#9792, depending on the system unit/tower position into which the #2792/#2892/#9792 is placed.

Native AS/400 functions are NOT supported. #2792/#2892/#9792 do not support external host LAN.

The #2792 is supported in the system unit of Models 825, 870, and 890, and in HSL attached I/O tower/units.

The #2792 does not require an IOP, but placement is limited to specific slots within the various system units and expansion towers.

The #2892 is supported in the system unit and in all towers when those towers are attached to Models 800 and 810.

#9792 is a base feature included in the system unit of Models 825, 870, and 890 when the systems are ordered with the Enterprise Options Package.

The #2792/#2892/#9792 ships with a standard keyboard/mouse splitter cable and can support either standard or USB 1.1 keyboard and mouse.

#2792/#2892/#9792 support only Windows 2000 server and Windows.NET server operating systems. The following applies:

  • #0325 (IPCS Extension Cable for Windows) is the default (but may be removed)(No longer available)
  • A minimum of 1GB Server memory is required
  • #1700 (IPCS Keyboard/Mouse for Windows) is the default (where offered)
  • Display must be connected to the integrated server to support Windows

(#2844) PCI IOP

(No Longer Available as of November 26, 2010)

(#9744) PCI IOP

(No Longer Available as of August 28, 2009)

(#9844) PCI IOP

(No Longer Available as of August 28, 2009)

#2844/#9744/#9844 are PCI I/O processors that drive PCI IOA adapters in the system unit and in HSL attached PCI-X I/O towers/units.

#9844 is a base PCI IOP included with Models 825, 870, 890, and PCI-X I/O towers (#0595/#5094/#5095/#5294/#8094/#9094). #2844 is an optional feature.

A #2844/#9744/#9844 can drive a maximum of four IOAs, subject to configuration restrictions.

These features require OS/400 V5R2, plus updates. Refer to Informational APAR II13440 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#4710/#4810/#9710) PCI Integrated xSeries Server

(Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Contains a 2GHz processor and four memory slots. Each server memory slot can contain one of the following features, providing a total main storage capacity from 1,024 MB to 4,096 MB.

  • 512MB Server Memory (#0446) (No longer available)
  • 1GB Server Memory (#0447) (No longer available)

At least two server memory cards are required with each server feature. Server memory cards must be installed in identical capacity pairs. On model upgrades or MES orders, a server feature may be ordered without memory features if usable supported memory features already exist on the installed system.

One embedded 100/10 Mbps Ethernet LAN controller is included, and the server feature can support the following LAN IOAs in any combination:

  • PCI 100/16/4Mbps Token-Ring IOA (#2744)
  • PCI 1Gbps Ethernet IOA (#5700)
  • PCI 1Gbps Ethernet UTP IOA (#5701)

When a LAN feature is used in conjunction with a server feature, the following ordering rules apply:

  • If #2744 is driven, then one #0223, 100/16/4Mbps Token-Ring Specify, is required for each #2744 driven.
  • If #5700/#5701 is driven, then one #0226 (1Gbps Ethernet Specify) is required for each #5700/#5701 driven.
  • Up to three IOA LAN features can be supported by the #2892, depending on the system unit/tower position into which the server feature is placed.
  • Native AS/400 functions are NOT supported.
  • The server feature does not support external host LAN.

#4710 is supported in the system unit of Models 820, 825, 830, 840, 870, and 890. It is also supported in the following expansion towers when attached to these models: #0578, #0588, #0595, #5074, #5075, #5078, #5079, #5088, #5094, #5095, and #5294, #8079, #8094, #9079, and #9094.

The #4810 is supported in the system unit of Models 270, 800, and 810. It is also supported in the #5075, #0578/#5078, #0588/#5088, and #0595/#5095 when these towers are attached to a Model 270, 800, or 810. For Models 800 and 810, if the #4810 is placed in a #5094 or #5294, the customer install instructions indicate that a CE must be called for card installation.

The #9710 is supported in the system unit of Models 825, 870, and 890. It is also supported in the following expansion towers when attached to these models: #0578, #0588, #0595, #5074, #5075, #5078, #5079, #5088, #5094, #5095, and #5294.

The server feature does not require a #2843, #2844, #9943 or #9844 IOP, but placement is limited to specific slots within the various system units and expansion towers. Two PCI card slots are required.

The server feature comes with a standard keyboard/mouse splitter cable and can support either standard or USB 1.1 keyboard and/or mouse.

Windows 2000 Server and Windows 2003 Server operating systems are supported, and the following applies:

  • IPCS Extension Cable for Windows is the default (but may be removed)
  • A minimum of 1GB Server memory is required.
  • IPCS Keyboard/Mouse for Windows is default (in countries offering it) (#1700)
  • A display must be connected to the Integrated Server to support Windows.

OS/400 V5R2 plus PTFs, or later, is required. For required PTF information, refer to Informational APAR II13609 at:

http://www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/support

(#4812) PCI Integrated xSeries Server

(No longer available as of July 1, 2008)

This PCI Integrated xSeries Server contains a 2.0GHz processor with 2MB integrated L2 cache. There are two integrated 1000/100/10Mbps Ethernet ports, two USB 1.1 ports, and traditional PC keyboard and mouse ports. A keyboard and mouse can either connect to the traditional ports or connect to the USB ports. There is an SVGA video port for connection of a display.

There are two memory slots. These slots must always contain a pair of identical memory features. Available memory features are:

  • #9726 - Base 512MB Server Memory (No longer available)
  • #8546 - Opt Base 1GB Server Memory (No longer available)
  • #0446 - 512MB DDR Server Memory (MES only) (No longer available)
  • #0447 - 1GB DDR Server Memory (MES only) (No longer available)

The PCI Integrated xSeries Server requires an IOP (#2844 or #9844) to drive it. The IOP may be shared, but only one PCI Integrated xSeries Server is permitted per IOP.

When the IXS is ordered, the configurator will add two #9726 Base 512MB Server Memory features to the order. The two #9726 features may be replaced with two #8546 Optional Base 1GB Server Memory features or the two server memory features may be removed from the order and two #0446 or two #0447 may be installed in the field. The configurator will also add to the order a #9744 Base PCI IOP to drive the PCI Integrated xSeries Server. The #9744 may be removed from the order for PCI slot conservation.

The two integrated 1000/100/10Mbps Ethernet LAN ports included provide attachment to IEEE standard 802.3ab high-speed (1Gbps) Ethernet LANs. They can also be used to connect to existing 10 and 100Mbps Ethernet networks. The adapter supports UTP CAT 5 or higher media interface and TCP/IP. The PCI Integrated xSeries Server does not support any other LAN features and does not support native i5/OS functions.

The following features are defaulted (where offered) and may be removed from the order:

  • #0325 IPCS Extension Cable for Windows (for display, mouse, and keyboard) (No longer available)
  • #1700 IPCS Keyboard and Mouse for Windows (No longer available)

Supported Windows versions:

  • Windows 2000 Server
  • Windows 2000 Advanced Server
  • Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition
  • Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition
  • Windows Server 2003 Web Edition

For versions of Windows 2000, a display is required and must be connected to the PCI Integrated xSeries Server. For versions of Windows 2003, a display is not required but may be connected to the IXS to support Windows. If no display is connected, the Virtual System Console is used.

For Linux server products supported, see:

www.IBM.com/eserver/iseries/integratedxseries/linux

(#5554) Mirror 35GB Disk/Controller Package

(No Longer Available as of October 25, 2005)

This feature provides a disk unit controller (#2780 equivalent) and twelve (12) 15k rpm 35GB disk units (#4326 equivalent) for servers doing mirroring. Either #0042 Mirrored System IOP Level or #0043 Mirrored System Bus Level is a prerequisite.

(#5555) Mirror 70GB Disk/Controller Package

This feature provides a disk unit controller (#2780 equivalent) and twelve (12) 15k rpm 70GB disk units (#4327 equivalent) for servers doing mirroring. Either #0042 Mirrored System IOP Level or #0043 Mirrored System Bus Level is a prerequisite.

(#8546) Optional Base 1GB Server Memory

(No longer available as of August 26, 2008)

1GB DDR memory for an Integrated xSeries Server. #8546 must be installed in pairs.

Miscellaneous Features

Linux Direct Attach Features

Order one of the following features for each card type that will be controlled by the Linux operating system. These features can be ordered on initial and MES orders.

#0601 - Linux Dir Attach-2743

(No longer available)

#0602 - Linux Dir Attach-2760

(No longer available)

#0603 - Linux Dir Attach-2744

(No longer available)

#0605 - Linux Dir Attach-4748

(No longer available)

#0606 - Linux Dir Attach-4778

(No longer available)

#0607 - Linux Dir Attach-4838

(No longer available)

#0608 - Linux Dir Attach-4745

(No longer available)

#0609 - Linux Dir Attach-2772

(No longer available)

#0610 - Linux Dir Attach-2773

(No longer available)

#0612 - Linux Dir Attach-2766

(No longer available)

#0613 - Linux Dir Attach-2742

(No longer available)

#0614 - Linux Dir Attach-2793

(No longer available)

#0615 - Linux Dir Attach-2794

(No longer available)

#0616 - Linux Dir Attach-2805

(No Longer Available as of April 29, 2011)

#0617 - Linux Dir Attach-2806

(No Longer Available as of April 29, 2011)

#0620 - Linux Dir Attach-5700

(No longer available)

#0621 - Linux Dir Attach-5701

(No longer available)

#0623 - Linux Dir Attach-2849

(No longer available)

#0624 - Linux Dir Attach-5702

(No longer available)

#0626 - Linux Dir Attach-2787

(No longer available)

#0628 - Linux Dir Attach-5703

(No longer available)

Cards being controlled by the Linux operating system do not use/require PCI IOPs.

Prerequisite:

  • #0140 Logical Partitioning Specify.
  • #0142 Linux Partitioning Specify.

    Linux direct attach cards are supported only in a secondary LPAR partition, and require OS/400 V5R2, or later, running in the primary partition.

(#0126) CEC Reduction Option

This feature ships the Model 870 or 890 CEC tower in two pieces from IBM, to be reassembled at the customer's location. The tallest piece of the CEC tower is reduced 35cm or 14-inches (from approximately 2 meters or 80-inches to 1.65 meters or 66-inches). Note: The shipping pallet and packing materials add height to what IBM ships.

(#0133) Field Install in Rack (HD)

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

Used to mount a Model 800 or Model 810 system unit in a #0551 rack. This feature provides a set of slides, cable management arm, a heavy-duty tray, a Model 800/810 adapter plate and a pair of 800/810 lift covers.

Prerequisites: iSeries Rack (#0551), System Unit Expansion (#7116), and a line cord for both the system unit and the system unit expansion.

Note: For system units being mounted in the upper portions of a rack and not utilizing the #1422 PDU cord, be sure the line cord and SPCN cable, if present, are long enough.

(#0134) Field Install in Rack (HD)

(No Longer Available as of November 21, 2003)

Used to mount a Model 825 system unit in a #0551 rack. This feature provides a set of slides, cable management arm, a heavy-duty tray, a Model 825 adapter plate, and a pair of Model 825 lift covers.

Prerequisites: iSeries Rack (#0551), and a line cord for both the system unit and the system unit expansion. For system units being mounted in the upper portions of a rack and not utilizing the #1422 PDU cord, ensure the line cord, and SPCN cable, if currently installed, are long enough.

(#0135) Rear Cover -- CEC Only

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#0135 orders contain a rear cover for the Model 800 or 810 CEC only, single wide (no #7116 installed).

(#0136) Rear Cover -- CEC w/#7116

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

#0136 orders contain a rear cover (double wide) for a Model 800 or 810 for CEC with a #7116 expansion unit attached.

(#0137) Field Install in Rack

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

This IBM installed feature is a two-EIA-unit-high drawer in a #0551 rack on which a Model 270, 800, or 810 system unit (with sidecar) is mounted. It provides a set of slides, cable management arm, a tray, a 270/800/810 adapter plate, and a pair of lift covers. #0137 is valid on initial and field upgrade orders.

A line cord is required for both the system unit and the system unit expansion. For system units mounted in the upper portions of a rack and not utilizing the #1422 PDU cord, be sure the line cord (and SPCN cable, if present) is of sufficient length.

Prerequisites: For Model 270, a #7104 (System Unit Expansion) is required. For Models 800 and 810, a #7116 (System Unit Expansion) is required. A #0551 is required for mounting Models 270, 800, and 810, but the #0551 feature is not required on the order or on the inventory records for the system for which a #0137 is ordered.

(#0138) Field Install in Rack

(No Longer Available as of June 1, 2006)

This IBM installed feature is a two-EIA-unit-high drawer in a #0551 rack on which a Model 825 system unit is mounted. It provides a set of slides, cable management arm, a tray, a Model 825 adapter plate, and a pair of Model 825 lift covers. #0138 is valid on initial and field upgrade orders.

For system units mounted in the upper portions of a rack and not utilizing the #1422 PDU cord, be sure the line cord (and SPCN cable, if present) is of sufficient length.

Prerequisites: A #0551 is required for mounting the Model 825, but the #0551 feature is not required on the order or on the inventory records of the system for which a #0138 is ordered.
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Accessories

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Customer replacement parts

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Supplies

  • 4GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Units

    Data cartridges (write and read):

    • IBM SLR5-4GB (59H3660) 4GB
    • IBM DC9250 (16G8436) 2.5GB
    • IBM DC9120 (21F8730) 1.2GB

  • 16GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Units

    Data cartridges (write and read):

    • IBM MLR1-16GB (59H4175) 16GB
    • IBM MLR1-2GB (35L0589) 2GB

    Data cartridges (read):

    • IBM SLR5-4GB (59H3660) 4GB
    • IBM DC9250 (16G8436) 2.5GB

  • 25GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Units

    Data cartridges (write and read):

    • IBM MLR3-25GB (59H4128) 25GB
    • IBM MLR1-16GB (59H4175) 16GB
    • IBM MLR1-2GB (35L0589) 2GB

    Data Cartridges (read):

    • IBM SLR5-4GB (59H3660) 4GB
    • IBM DC9250 (16G8436) 2.5GB

  • 30GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Units

    Data cartridges (write and read):

    • IBM SLR60-37.5GB (24R0146) 37.5GB
    • IBM SLR60-30GB (19P4209) 30GB
    • IBM SLR100-5GB (35L0661) 5GB
    • IBM MLR3-25GB (59H4128) 25GB
    • IBM MLR1-16GB (59H4175) 16GB
    • IBM MLR1-2GB (35L0589) 2GB

    Data cartridges (read):

    • IBM SLR5-4GB (59H3660) 4GB
    • IBM DC9250 (16G8436) 2.5GB

  • 50GB 1/4-Inch Cartridge Tape Units

    Data cartridges (write and read):

    • IBM SLR100-50GB (35L0968) 50GB
    • IBM SLR60-37.5GB (24R0146) 37.5GB
    • IBM SLR60-30GB (19P4209) 30GB
    • IBM MLR3-25GB (59H4128) 25GB
    • IBM SLR100-5GB (35L0661) 5GB

    Data cartridges (read):

    • IBM MLR1-16GB (59H4175) 16GB
    • IBM SLR5-4GB (59H3660) 4GB
    • IBM MLR1-2GB (35L0589) 2GB

    QIC Cleaning cartridges

    IBM .25-Inch Cleaning Cartridge (35L0844)

  • 80GB VXA-2 Tape Drives

    Data cartridges (write and read):

    • IBM V6 Data Cartridge (19P4878) 20GB
    • IBM V17 Data Cartridge (19P4877) 59GB
    • IBM V23 Data Cartridge (19P4876) 80GB
    • IBM X6 Data Cartridge (24R2134) 20GB
    • IBM X10 Data Cartridge (24R2136) 40GB
    • IBM X23 Data Cartridge (24R2137) 80GB

    Test and cleaning cartridges:

    • IBM 20 Usage Cleaning Cartridge (19P4880)
    • IBM 80 Usage Cleaning Cartridge (24R2138)
    • IBM V6 Test Cartridge (19P4879)
    • IBM X6 Test Cartridge (24R2135)

All data cartridge capacities shown are uncompressed.

Sales and support

You can get assistance, answers to product-related questions, or arrange for a warranty product replacement - with just one call. To locate your nearest source for ordering IBM Media Products, call the following numbers worldwide:

1-888-IBM-MEDIA (1-888-426-6334) in the United States and Canada
+1-972-881-0733 in Latin America and Asia/Pacific
+31-433-502-756 in Europe, the Middle East and Africa
+81-3-3808-8486 in Japan

For additional product information and country-specific phone numbers, visit:

http://www.ibm.com/storage/media

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