Changes between Version 29 and Version 30 of Hardware/jCM/dCM3/dUsage


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06/09/17 15:59:06 (6 months ago)
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  • Hardware/jCM/dCM3/dUsage

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    1 [[TOC(Hardware/jCM/dCM3/*, depth=3)]] 
     1==== Installing the CM3 ==== 
     2[[TOC(Hardware/jCM/dCM3*, depth=5)]] 
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    3 ==== Installing the CM3 ==== 
    44===== Connections to the CM3 ===== 
    55The CM3 card has a few external connections. The power connector (on board revision 4) uses a Tyco Electronics 2 pin surface mount header, the mating side to this header is [http://search.digikey.com/scripts/DkSearch/dksus.dll?Detail&name=A98602-ND here]. Using vampire clips connect the positive power cable to the standby voltage from the node power supply (PS), which is typically the purple cable, or pin 9 on the 20(+4) pin power power connector. The ground wire can be connected to any of the PS ground cables.  
     
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    112 ===== Serial to Telnet tunnel ===== 
     112===== Serial Console over Telnet tunnel ===== 
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    114 Telnet to IP address of CM (eg. for node1-1, do {{{telnet cons1-1}}} from the testbed's console) and you will get access to serial console of the node. This will allow you to do basic command line level repair of the node to regain SSH connectivity. The default serial settings for the serial-to-telnet tunnel are: 
     114Telnet to IP address of CM (eg. for node1-1, do {{{telnet cons1-1}}} from the testbed's console) and you will get access to serial console of the node. This will allow you to perform basic command line level repair of the node to regain SSH connectivity. The default serial settings for the serial-to-telnet tunnel are: 
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    115116|| Baud || 115200 || 
    116117|| Parity || None ||