williams.dan at gmail.com
Mon Mar 28 13:10:48 CST 2005
On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 13:49:02 -0500, John Allain <allain at panix.com> wrote:
> Since you last asked the question I was able to find one of the following
> DSSI cables: BC22Q-09.
> It connects from the "old style" DSSI to the newer one. I don't believe that
> SCSI (as you have mentioned) can be addressed on a DSSI system
> without active electronics
Should of been more clear, they are disk packs which have scsi-->dssi
boards in them.
What you may be referring to is that some
> DEC made some RF/RZ drives, which could speak both protocols.
> > I need a couple of cables to connect to a 4000, can anyone help
> You can enter "BC22Q" into the search-engines.
> John A.
I was looking at this website.
The cable I have is a bc29s-06, this has 2 identical connectors at
each end, they are called hsd cables on this website. That it what I
need for the storage rack. The other end needs to go into a 4000. The
connector you suggested is label on there as an sf 200 cable. Is this
the same as hsd ?
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