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NEXCOM International Co., Ltd.
Network and Communication Solutions
Network Security Appliance
NSA 1120
User Manual
NEXCOM International Co., Ltd.
Published April 2014
www.nexcom.com
Contents
Contents
Preface
Chapter 2: Jumpers And Connectors
Copyright .............................................................................................. iv
Disclaimer .............................................................................................. iv
Acknowledgements ............................................................................... iv
Regulatory Compliance Statements ........................................................ iv
Declaration of Conformity....................................................................... iv
RoHS Compliance.................................................................................... v
Warranty and RMA................................................................................. vi
Safety Information .................................................................................vii
Installation Recommendations.................................................................vii
Safety Precautions..................................................................................viii
Technical Support and Assistance............................................................ ix
Conventions Used in this Manual............................................................ ix
Global Service Contact Information.......................................................... x
Package Contents...................................................................................xii
Ordering Information.............................................................................xiii
Before You Begin.....................................................................................9
Precautions..............................................................................................9
Jumper Settings.....................................................................................10
Locations of the Jumpers and Connectors..............................................11
Jumpers...............................................................................................12
Clear CMOS Select............................................................................12
H/W Reset.........................................................................................12
Power Mode Select...........................................................................13
Console Select...................................................................................13
Connector Pin Definitions....................................................................14
External I/O Interface - Front..............................................................14
Status Indicators..............................................................................14
Copper LAN1A Port........................................................................14
Copper LAN1B Port.........................................................................15
Copper LAN2A Port........................................................................15
Copper LAN2B Port.........................................................................16
Copper LAN3A Port........................................................................16
Copper LAN3B Port.........................................................................17
USB Ports........................................................................................17
RJ45 Type Console Port (COM 1).....................................................18
Power Button..................................................................................18
Chapter 1: Product Introduction
Overview.................................................................................................1
Hardware Specifications...........................................................................2
NSA 1120 System..................................................................................2
Main Board (NSB 1120).........................................................................4
Getting to Know NSA 1120.....................................................................7
Front Panel............................................................................................7
Rear Panel.............................................................................................8
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Chapter 4: BIOS Setup
External I/O Interface - Rear...............................................................19
VGA Port........................................................................................19
Internal Connectors...........................................................................20
SATAII Ports.....................................................................................20
SATA Power Connector...................................................................20
SATA DOM Power Connector..........................................................21
Digital I/O Connector (24 output)....................................................21
COM2 Connector (RS232)...............................................................22
USB Connector...............................................................................22
IDE Connector.................................................................................23
LCM Module Connector (Parallel Interface).....................................24
LCM Keypad Connector..................................................................24
Power Output Connector................................................................25
GAL Programming Connector.........................................................25
System Fan Connector....................................................................26
PCI Slot...........................................................................................27
Block Diagram of the Main Board......................................................29
About BIOS Setup..................................................................................48
When to Configure the BIOS..................................................................48
Entering Setup.......................................................................................49
BIOS Setup Utility...................................................................................50
Main...................................................................................................50
Advanced............................................................................................51
PCIPnP.................................................................................................65
Boot....................................................................................................66
Security...............................................................................................69
Chipset................................................................................................74
Exit......................................................................................................77
Appendix A: Watchdog Timer
Watchdog Timer Setting........................................................................80
Appendix B: GPI/O Programming Guide
Chapter 3: System Setup
GPI/O Programming Guide.....................................................................82
Removing the Chassis Cover..................................................................30
Installing an SODIMM............................................................................31
Installing a SATA DOM...........................................................................33
Installing a 3.5” SATA Hard Drive...........................................................35
Installing a 2.5” SATA Hard Drive...........................................................38
Installing a CompactFlash Card..............................................................40
Installing a PCI Card...............................................................................42
Rackmount Bracket Kit (optional)...........................................................44
Appendix C: Bypass Specifications
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Bypass Control Register Map..................................................................85
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Preface
Copyright
Regulatory Compliance Statements
This publication, including all photographs, illustrations and software, is
protected under international copyright laws, with all rights reserved. No
part of this manual may be reproduced, copied, translated or transmitted
in any form or by any means without the prior written consent from
NEXCOM International Co., Ltd.
This section provides the FCC compliance statement for Class A devices
and describes how to keep the system CE compliant.
Declaration of Conformity
FCC
Disclaimer
This equipment has been tested and verified to comply with the limits for
a Class A digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are
designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference
when the equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not
installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. Operation of this equipment in a
residential area (domestic environment) is likely to cause harmful interference, in which case the user will be required to correct the interference
(take adequate measures) at their own expense.
The information in this document is subject to change without prior notice
and does not represent commitment from NEXCOM International Co., Ltd.
However, users may update their knowledge of any product in use by constantly checking its manual posted on our website: http://www.nexcom.
com. NEXCOM shall not be liable for direct, indirect, special, incidental, or
consequential damages arising out of the use of any product, nor for any
infringements upon the rights of third parties, which may result from such
use. Any implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular
purpose is also disclaimed.
CE
Acknowledgements
The product(s) described in this manual complies with all applicable European Union (CE) directives if it has a CE marking. For computer systems to
remain CE compliant, only CE-compliant parts may be used. Maintaining
CE compliance also requires proper cable and cabling techniques.
NSA 1120 is a trademark of NEXCOM International Co., Ltd. All other
product names mentioned herein are registered trademarks of their respective owners.
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RoHS Compliance
How to recognize NEXCOM RoHS Products?
For existing products where there are non-RoHS and RoHS versions, the suffix “(LF)” will be added to the compliant product name.
NEXCOM RoHS Environmental Policy and Status
Update
All new product models launched after January 2006 will be RoHS compliant. They will use the usual NEXCOM naming convention.
NEXCOM is a global citizen for building the digital infrastructure. We are committed to providing green products
and services, which are compliant with European Union
RoHS (Restriction on Use of Hazardous Substance in Electronic Equipment)
directive 2002/95/EU, to be your trusted green partner and to protect our
environment.
RoHS restricts the use of Lead (Pb) < 0.1% or 1,000ppm, Mercury (Hg)
< 0.1% or 1,000ppm, Cadmium (Cd) < 0.01% or 100ppm, Hexavalent
Chromium (Cr6+) < 0.1% or 1,000ppm, Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) <
0.1% or 1,000ppm, and Polybrominated diphenyl Ethers (PBDE) < 0.1% or
1,000ppm.
In order to meet the RoHS compliant directives, NEXCOM has established an
engineering and manufacturing task force in to implement the introduction
of green products. The task force will ensure that we follow the standard
NEXCOM development procedure and that all the new RoHS components
and new manufacturing processes maintain the highest industry quality
levels for which NEXCOM are renowned.
The model selection criteria will be based on market demand. Vendors and
suppliers will ensure that all designed components will be RoHS compliant.
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Warranty and RMA
NEXCOM Warranty Period
?? Any products returned by NEXCOM to other locations besides the customers’ site will bear an extra charge and will be billed to the customer.
NEXCOM manufactures products that are new or equivalent to new in
accordance with industry standard. NEXCOM warrants that products will
be free from defect in material and workmanship for 2 years, beginning
on the date of invoice by NEXCOM. HCP series products (Blade Server)
which are manufactured by NEXCOM are covered by a three year warranty
period.
Repair Service Charges for Out-of-Warranty Products
NEXCOM will charge for out-of-warranty products in two categories, one
is basic diagnostic fee and another is component (product) fee.
System Level
?? Component fee: NEXCOM will only charge for main components such
as SMD chip, BGA chip, etc. Passive components will be repaired for
free, ex: resistor, capacitor.
NEXCOM Return Merchandise Authorization (RMA)
?? Customers shall enclose the “NEXCOM RMA Service Form” with the
returned packages.
?? Items will be replaced with NEXCOM products if the original one cannot
be repaired. Ex: motherboard, power supply, etc.
?? Customers must collect all the information about the problems encountered and note anything abnormal or, print out any on-screen messages,
and describe the problems on the “NEXCOM RMA Service Form” for
the RMA number apply process.
?? Replace with 3rd party products if needed.
?? If RMA goods can not be repaired, NEXCOM will return it to the customer without any charge.
?? Customers can send back the faulty products with or without accessories (manuals, cable, etc.) and any components from the card, such as
CPU and RAM. If the components were suspected as part of the problems, please note clearly which components are included. Otherwise,
NEXCOM is not responsible for the devices/parts.
Board Level
?? Component fee: NEXCOM will only charge for main components, such
as SMD chip, BGA chip, etc. Passive components will be repaired for
free, ex: resistors, capacitors.
?? Customers are responsible for the safe packaging of defective products,
making sure it is durable enough to be resistant against further damage
and deterioration during transportation. In case of damages occurred
during transportation, the repair is treated as “Out of Warranty.”
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?? If RMA goods can not be repaired, NEXCOM will return it to the customer without any charge.
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Warnings
Installation Recommendations
Read and adhere to all warnings, cautions, and notices in this guide and
the documentation supplied with the chassis, power supply, and accessory
modules. If the instructions for the chassis and power supply are inconsistent with these instructions or the instructions for accessory modules,
contact the supplier to find out how you can ensure that your computer
meets safety and regulatory requirements.
Ensure you have a stable, clean working environment. Dust and dirt can
get into components and cause a malfunction. Use containers to keep
small components separated.
Adequate lighting and proper tools can prevent you from accidentally
damaging the internal components. Most of the procedures that follow
require only a few simple tools, including the following:
Cautions
Electrostatic discharge (ESD) can damage system components. Do the described procedures only at an ESD workstation. If no such station is available, you can provide some ESD protection by wearing an antistatic wrist
strap and attaching it to a metal part of the computer chassis.
•
•
•
•
Safety Information
Using your fingers can disconnect most of the connections. It is recommended that you do not use needlenose pliers to disconnect connections
as these can damage the soft metal or plastic parts of the connectors.
Before installing and using the device, note the following precautions:
в–Єв–Є Read all instructions carefully.
в–Єв–Є Do not place the unit on an unstable surface, cart, or stand.
в–Єв–Є Follow all warnings and cautions in this manual.
в–Єв–Є When replacing parts, ensure that your service technician uses parts
specified by the manufacturer.
в–Єв–Є Avoid using the system near water, in direct sunlight, or near a heating
device.
в–Єв–Є The load of the system unit does not solely rely for support from the
rackmounts located on the sides. Firm support from the bottom is highly
necessary in order to provide balance stability.
в–Єв–Є The computer is provided with a battery-powered real-time clock circuit.
There is a danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly replaced. Replace
only with the same or equivalent type recommended by the manufacturer. Discard used batteries according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
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A Philips screwdriver
A flat-tipped screwdriver
A grounding strap
An anti-static pad
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Safety Precautions
12. If the equipment is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the
power source to avoid damage by transient overvoltage.
1.
2. Keep this User Manual for later reference.
13. Never pour any liquid into an opening. This may cause fire or electrical shock.
3. Disconnect this equipment from any AC outlet before cleaning. Use a
damp cloth. Do not use liquid or spray detergents for cleaning.
14. Never open the equipment. For safety reasons, the equipment should
be opened only by qualified service personnel.
4. For plug-in equipment, the power outlet socket must be located near
the equipment and must be easily accessible.
15. If one of the following situations arises, get the equipment checked
by service personnel:
5. Keep this equipment away from humidity.
a. The power cord or plug is damaged.
6. Put this equipment on a stable surface during installation. Dropping
it or letting it fall may cause damage.
b. Liquid has penetrated into the equipment.
c. The equipment has been exposed to moisture.
7.
d. The equipment does not work well, or you cannot get it to work
according to the user’s manual.
e. The equipment has been dropped and damaged.
8. The openings on the enclosure are for air convection to protect the
equipment from overheating. DO NOT COVER THE OPENINGS.
f. The equipment has obvious signs of breakage.
9. Make sure the voltage of the power source is correct before connecting the equipment to the power outlet.
17. The unit uses a three-wire ground cable which is equipped with a
third pin to ground the unit and prevent electric shock. Do not defeat
the purpose of this pin. If your outlet does not support this kind of
plug, contact your electrician to replace your obsolete outlet.
Read these safety instructions carefully.
Do not leave this equipment in either an unconditioned environment
or in a above 40oC storage temperature as this may damage the
equipment.
16. Do not place heavy objects on the equipment.
10. Place the power cord in a way so that people will not step on it. Do
not place anything on top of the power cord. Use a power cord that
has been approved for use with the product and that it matches the
voltage and current marked on the product’s electrical range label.
The voltage and current rating of the cord must be greater than the
voltage and current rating marked on the product.
18. CAUTION: DANGER OF EXPLOSION IF BATTERY IS INCORRECTLY
REPLACED. REPLACE ONLY WITH THE SAME OR EQUIVALENT TYPE
RECOMMENDED BY THE MANUFACTURER. DISCARD USED BATTERIES ACCORDING TO THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS.
11. All cautions and warnings on the equipment should be noted.
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19. The computer is provided with CD drives that comply with the appropriate safety standards including IEC 60825.
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Technical Support and Assistance
Conventions Used in this Manual
1. For the most updated information of NEXCOM products, visit NEXCOM’s website at www.nexcom.com.
Warning: Information about certain situations, which if not
observed, can cause personal injury. This will prevent injury to
yourself when performing a task.
2. For technical issues that require contacting our technical support team
or sales representative, please have the following information ready
before calling:
Caution: Information to avoid damaging components or losing
data.
– Product name and serial number
– Detailed information of the peripheral devices
– Detailed information of the installed software (operating system,
version, application software, etc.)
– A complete description of the problem
– The exact wordings of the error messages
Note: Provides additional information to complete a task easily.
Battery - Safety Measures
Warning!
Caution
1. Handling the unit: carry the unit with both hands and handle it with
care.
• Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type.
• Dispose of used batteries according to the instructions.
2. Maintenance: to keep the unit clean, use only approved cleaning products or clean with a dry cloth.
Safety Warning
3. CompactFlash: Turn off the unit’s power before inserting or removing a
CompactFlash storage card.
This equipment is intended for installation in a Restricted Access
Location only.
Resetting the Date and Time
Note: Remember to reset the date and time upon receiving the
product. You can set them in the AMI BIOS. Refer to chapter 4
for more information.
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Global Service Contact Information
Headquarters
Japan
NEXCOM Japan
15F, No. 920, Chung-Cheng Rd.,
ZhongHe District, New Taipei City, 23586,
Taiwan, R.O.C.
Tel: +886-2-8226-7786
Fax: +886-2-8226-7782
www.nexcom.com
9F, Tamachi Hara Bldg., 4-11-5, Shiba Minato-ku,
Tokyo, 108-0014, Japan
Tel: +81-3-5419-7830
Fax: +81-3-5419-7832
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom-jp.com
America
China
NEXCOM China
NEXCOM International Co., Ltd.
USA
NEXCOM USA
1F & 2F, Block A, No. 16 Yonyou Software Park,
No. 68 Beiqing Road, Haidian District,
Beijing, 100094, China
Tel: +86-010-5704-2680
Fax: +86-010-5704-2681
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.cn
2883 Bayview Drive,
Fremont CA 94538, USA
Tel: +1-510-656-2248
Fax: +1-510-656-2158
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.com
Shanghai Office
Asia
Room 603/604, Huiyinmingzun Plaza Bldg., 1,
No.609, Yunlin East Rd.,
Shanghai, 200062, China
Tel: +86-21-5278-5868
Fax: +86-21-3251-6358
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.cn
Taiwan
Central Taiwan Office
16F, No.250, Sec. 2, Chongde Rd., Beitun Dist., Taichung City 406, R.O.C.
Tel: +886-4-2249-1179
Fax: +886-4-2249-1172
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.com.tw
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Europe
Shenzhen Office
Room1707, North Block, Pines Bldg.,
No.7 Tairan Rd., Futian Area,
Shenzhen, 518040, China
Tel: +86-755-8332-7203
Fax: +86-755-8332-7213
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.cn
Italy
NEXCOM ITALIA S.r.l
Via Gaudenzio Ferrari 29,
21047 Saronno (VA), Italia
Tel: +39 02 9628 0333
Fax: +39 02 9286 9215
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcomitalia.it
Wuhan Office
1-C1804/ 1805, Mingze Liwan,
No. 519 South Luoshi Rd.,
Hongshan District, Wuhan, 430070, China
Tel: +86-27-8722-7400
Fax: +86-27-8722-7400
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.cn
United Kingdom
NEXCOM EUROPE
10 Vincent Avenue,
Crownhill Business Centre,
Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire MK8 0AB,
United Kingdom
Tel: +44-1908-267121
Fax: +44-1908-262042
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.eu
Chengdu Office
9F, Shuxiangxie, Xuefu Garden,
No.12 Section 1, South Yihuan Rd.,
Chengdu, 610061, China
Tel: +86-28-8523-0186
Fax: +86-28-8523-0186
Email: [email protected]
www.nexcom.cn
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Package Contents
Before continuing, verify that the NSA 1120 package that you received is complete. Your package should have all the items listed in the following table.
Item
P/N
Name
Description
Qty
1
19S00112000X0
NSA1120 ASSY
2
5044440031X00
RUBBER FOOT KANG YANG:RF20-5-4P
19.8x18x5.0mm
4
3
5060900075X00
NSA1086N7 EAR SETS CHYUAN-JYH:L102007-3
79.5x43.5x28mm AL PANTONE 295U
1
4
6012200052X00
PE ZIPPER BAG #8
170x240mm,W/China RoHS SYMBOL
1
5
6012200053X00
PE ZIPPER BAG #3
100x70mm,W/China RoHS SYMBOL
1
6
6023309081X00
CABLE EDI:232091081804-RS
COM PORT. DB9 FEMALE TO RJ45 8P8C L:1800mm
1
7
60233PW100X00
SATA POWER CABLE EDI:352204040251-RS
4P TO SATA 15P L:250mm
1
8
60177A0219X00
(N)NSA1120 QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE VER:A
KRAMER
1
9
602DCD0310X00
NSA1120 CD DRIVER VER:1.0
JCL
1
10
60233ATA12X00
SATA CABLE FOR NISE 1000 BEST:109-0707-150R
26AWG L:150mm
1
11
50311F0102X00
(H)ROUND HEAD SCREW LONG FEI:P6#32Tx 1/4/SW7*0.8
W/SPRING+FLAT WASHER P6#32Tx 1/4/SW7x0.8 NI
5
12
6014401155X00
NSA1110 W/O LCM MEMBRANE VER:A FERLO
424x42x0.658mm
1
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Ordering Information
The following provides ordering information for NSA 1120.
• Options
• Barebone
NSA 1120 / NSA 1120A LCM & MEMBRANE (P/N: 88S00112000X0)
NSA 1120 (P/N: 10S00112000X0)
-IntelВ® Atomв„ў D425 Single Core 1.8GHz processor, 1 DDR3 memory
slot, 6 Gigabit LAN ports with two pairs bypass, VGA, USB port, w/o
LCM
NSA 1120-C4 / NSA 1120A-C4 LCM & MEMBRANE
(P/N: 88S0011201X0)
NSA 1120A (P/N: 10S00112001X0)
-IntelВ® Atomв„ў D525 Dual Core 1.8GHz processor, 1 DDR3 memory
slot, 6 Gigabit LAN ports with two pairs bypass, VGA, USB port, w/o
LCM
NSA 1120-C4 (P/N: 10S00112002X0)
-IntelВ® Atomв„ў D425 Single Core 1.8GHz processor, 1 DDR3 memory
slot, 4 Gigabit LAN ports with two pairs bypass, VGA, USB port, w/o
LCM
NSA 1120A-C4 (P/N: 10S00112003X0)
-IntelВ® Atomв„ў D525 Dual Core 1.8GHz processor, 1 DDR3 memory
slot, 4 Gigabit LAN ports with two pairs bypass, VGA, USB port, w/o
LCM
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Chapter 1: Product Introduction
Overview
Front
Rear
Key Features
• 1U Rackmount Network Platform
• Intel® Atom™ D525 Dual Core / D425 Single core
1.8GHz processor
• 1 DIMM socket supports DDR3 800 memory,
maximum of 2GB
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• 6 onboard PCIe GbE LAN ports
• Supports LAN Bypass
• 1 internal 3.5” HDD bay / two 2.5” HDD bay (optional)
• LCD module (optional)
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Hardware Specifications
Main Memory
• 1 x 204-pin DDR3 800 SODIMM socket
• Up to 2GB Non-ECC DDR3 SDRAM
NSA 1120 System
LAN Features
• LAN chip: Intel® 82583V
• Supports 10/100/1000 link speed
• LAN Bypass: 2 pairs
Physical Characteristics
• Form Factor
- 19” 1U
• Construction
- SECC steel plate, 1.0 mm thick
• Color
- Nexcom 295U
• Dimensions (W x D x H)
- 426mm (W) x 238mm (D) x 44mm (H)
• Mounting
- Mounting ear
• System chassis
- NSC1120
Expansion
• 1 PCI slot (optional)
I/O Interface - Front
• Console port
- 1 RJ45 type
• USB ports
- 2 USB 2.0 ports
• LAN ports
- 6 RJ45 copper LAN ports
• Keypad (optional)
- LCM keypad
• LCD (optional)
- 2x16 characters LCD display module, PIO interface
• Button
- 1 power button
• LEDs
- LEDs for power status (green), HDD status (yellow), LAN status and 2
Bypass status
System Cooling
• Cooling Method
- 1 system fan in the chassis
• Ventilation
- Suction from the side and discharged to the back
Main Board
• NSB 1120
• Intel® Atom™ D525 Dual Core / D425 Single Core 1.8GHz processor
• Intel® ICH8M chipset
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I/O Interface - Rear
• VGA port
- 1 DB-15 VGA port
• USB port
- 2 USB 2.0 ports
Devices
• 1 CompactFlash socket (optional)
• 1 internal 3.5” HDD bay
• 1 SATA DOM device space
Power Input
• 100W ATX power supply
Dimensions
• Chassis Dimension: 426mm x 238mm x 44mm
• Carton Dimension: 556mm x 384mm x 185mm
Weight
• Without Packing: 5.6kg
• With Packing: 8kg
Certifications
• CE approval
• FCC Class A
• UL
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Main Board (NSB 1120)
Network
• Controller
-Intel 82583V
6 ports connected from ICH8M via PCI-E x1
• Link speed
-10/100/1000
• Media type
-6x copper RJ45 ports
Right: Activity LED blinks Yellow
Left: Link LED lights Green • Bypass
-Two segments
-Dual latch bypass in ETH01, and 23
• PXE boot
-Intel 82583V
Form Factor
• Mini-ITX form factor
Processor
• D425 (512K Cache, 1.8GHz) 10W
• D525 (1M Cache, 1.8GHz) 10W
Chipset
• Intel® ICH8M
Memory
• Technology
-DDR3 800MHz Non-ECC memory
• Socket
-One 204-pin DDR3 SODIMM socket
• Capacity
-2GB maximum memory
Storage
• SATA
-One SATA connector with power connector for one 3.5” HDD
-Two SATA 2.5” HDD (optional)
• S-DOM
-One SATA connector with power connector for S-DOM
• CompactFlash (optional)
-One internal CompactFlash socket
Graphics
• Controller
-Pineview integrated VGA controller
• Interface
-CRT port resolution up to 1024x768 60Hz, box header 2x8 2.0mm
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RTC
• Front I/O
-1 RJ45 type for Console port
-2 USB ports
-6 RJ45 Copper LAN ports
-One power button
-One 2x16 characters LCD module, PIO interface (optional)
-LEDs for power status (green), HDD status (yellow), LAN status and 2
Bypass status
• Controller
-Built-in controller
• Backup battery
-Lithium Ion battery
System Management
• Watchdog
-Watchdog timeout is programmable by software from 1 second/min.
to 256 sec. (from Winbond W83627 Super I/O)
• System Monitor
-Monitors voltages (system temperature sensor, monitors system voltage, monitors battery voltage, monitors fan speed of system and monitors module (from Winbond W83792 Super I/O)
-2Kbit serial EEPROM connected to SMBUS to store system information
such as serial number, MAC address certificates, etc.
Expansion
• PCI Slot
-One PCI slot
Power
• Supplied voltages
-AC 100V – 240V
-Maximum of 100W
-Open frame power
• Power mode
-ATX mode
Default: Auto Power-on After Power Fail (PWR On After PWR Fail).
I/O Port
• Internal I/O
-Serial: one reserved 2x5 2.0mm box header (COM2)
-USB: two USB connectors (for rear panel)
-Printer: one 2x13 2.0mm box header (reserved for LCM module)
-Digital I/O: GPIO from Super IO, 2x5 2.0mm 4-in 4-out pin header
-VGA I/O: one 2x8 2.0mm box header
• Rear I/O
-1 VGA port
-2 USB ports
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BIOS
Environment
• Type
-AMI BIOS
• Flash ROM
-8Mbit (SPI)
• Power Management
-Monitors power voltage
• PXE
-82583L
• Operating temperature
- 0oC ~ 40oC
• Storage temperature
- -20oC ~ 75oC
• Relative humidity
- 10%~90% non-condensing
• EMI/EMC
- CE
-FCC Class A
• ESD
- 2/4KV contact discharge
-2/4/8KV air discharge
-Criteria B
Software
• Standard OS
-Windows XP, Windows 2003, Linux Kernel 2.6 (Fedora Core, SUSE)
• Drivers
-VGA, LAN, WDT, GPIO, Hardware Monitor, Bypass
• Sample code
-LCM sample string display, LCM testing program, GPIO, WTD, Bypass,
Hardware Monitor
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Front Panel
LCD
Power
button
USB Copper
ports LAN ports
Bypass S2
Bypass S1
HDD
Power
Console port
Power LED
Indicates the power status of the system.
USB Ports
Used to connect USB 2.0/1.1 devices.
HDD LED
Indicates the status of the hard drive.
Console Port
Used to connect RJ45 type Console device.
LAN/Bypass Status LEDs
Indicates the status of the LAN/Bypass.
Power Button
This is a power button.
Copper LAN Ports
Used to connect LAN network devices.
LCD (optional)
2x16 characters LCD module, PIO interface.
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Rear Panel
USB ports
VGA port
USB Ports
Used to connect USB 2.0/1.1 devices.
VGA Port
Used to connect an analog VGA monitor.
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Chapter 2: Jumpers and Connectors
tronic components. Humid environment tend to have less static electricity than dry environments. A grounding strap is warranted whenever
danger of static electricity exists.
This chapter describes how to set the jumpers on the motherboard. Note
that the following procedures are generic for NSA 1120.
Before You Begin
Precautions
• Ensure you have a stable, clean working environment. Dust and dirt can
Computer components and electronic circuit boards can be damaged by
discharges of static electricity. Working on the computers that are still connected to a power supply can be extremely dangerous.
get into components and cause a malfunction. Use containers to keep
small components separated.
• Adequate lighting and proper tools can prevent you from accidentally
Follow the guidelines below to avoid damage to your computer or yourself:
damaging the internal components. Most of the procedures that follow
require only a few simple tools, including the following:
• Always disconnect the unit from the power outlet whenever you are
• A Philips screwdriver
working inside the case.
• A flat-tipped screwdriver
• If possible, wear a grounded wrist strap when you are working inside
• A set of jewelers Screwdrivers
the computer case. Alternatively, discharge any static electricity by
touching the bare metal chassis of the unit case, or the bare metal body
of any other grounded appliance.
• A grounding strap
• An anti-static pad
• Using your fingers can disconnect most of the connections. It is recom-
• Hold electronic circuit boards by the edges only. Do not touch the com-
mended that you do not use needle-nosed pliers to disconnect connections as these can damage the soft metal or plastic parts of the connectors.
ponents on the board unless it is necessary to do so. Don’t flex or stress
the circuit board.
• Leave all components inside the static-proof packaging that they
• Before working on internal components, make sure that the power
shipped with until they are ready for installation.
is off. Ground yourself before touching any internal components, by
touching a metal object. Static electricity can damage many of the elec-
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Jumper Settings
A jumper is the simplest kind of electric switch. It consists of two metal
pins and a cap. When setting the jumpers, ensure that the jumper caps are
placed on the correct pins. When the jumper cap is placed on both pins,
the jumper is short. If you remove the jumper cap, or place the jumper
cap on just one pin, the jumper is open.
Refer to the illustrations below for examples of what the 2-pin and 3-pin
jumpers look like when they are short (on) and open (off).
Two-Pin Jumpers: Open (Left) and Short (Right)
Three-Pin Jumpers: Pins 1 and 2 Are Short
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Locations of the Jumpers and Connectors
NSB 1120
The figure below is the NSB 1120 main board which is the main board used in the NSA 1120 system. It shows the locations of the jumpers and connectors.
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Jumpers
Clear CMOS Select
H/W Reset
Connector size: 1x3 3-pin header, 2.54 mm pitch
Connector location: JP5
Connector size: 1x2 2-pin header, 2.54 pitch, 2.54mm-M-180
Connector location: JP3
Normal
(default)
1
2
1
2
3
1
2
3
Reset
Clear CMOS
Pin
Settings
1-2 On
Normal
2-3 On
CMOS Clear
1
2
Normal
(default)
Pin No.
Settings
Function Description
1-2
Open (default)
NA
1-2
Short
HW Reset
1-2 On: default
Pin
Definition
1
NC
2
ICH_RTCRST_N
3
Battery GND
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Power Mode Select
Console Select
Connector size: 1x3 3-pin header, 2.54 mm pitch
Connector location: JP4
Connector size: 1x3 3-pin header, 2.54 mm pitch
Connector location: JP2
1
2
3
1
2
3
ATX Mode
(default)
Pin
1
2
3
1
2
3
AT Mode
RTS To CTS
Settings
Pin
Normal
(default)
Settings
1-2 On
ATX Mode
1-2 On
RTS To CTS
2-3 On
AT Mode
2-3 On
Normal
1-2 On: default
Pin
2-3 On: default
Definition
Pin
Definition
1
3VSB
1
SP_RTS1_R
2
AT ATX Select
2
SP_CTS1_R
3
GND
3
SP_CTS1_CON
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Connector Pin Definitions
External I/O Interface - Front
Status Indicators
Copper LAN1A Port
Connector location: LED1
Connector type: RJ45 port with LEDs
Connector location: LAN1A
Bypass S2
Link
Act
Bypass S1
HDD
PWR
Status
LED Color
Bypass S2
Yellow
Bypass S1
Yellow
HDD
Yellow
PWR
Green
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Status
Link
Status
Yellow
Blinking
Data Activity
Green
Always Lighted
1G and
10/100MB
Off
No Acitivity
Off
No link
Pin
14
Pin
Definition
A1
LAN1_1.9V
Definition
A2
LAN1_TXP0_CON
A3
LAN1_TXN0_CON
A4
LAN1_TXP1_CON
A5
LAN1_TXN1_CON
A6
LAN1_TXP2_CON
A7
LAN1_TXN2_CON
A8
LAN1_TXP3_CON
A9
LAN1_TXN3_CON
A10
GND
A11
LAN1_LED_ACT#
A12
LAN1_ACTPW
A13
LAN1_LED_LINK#
A14
LAN1_LINKPW
MH1
GND_IO
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Copper LAN1B Port
Copper LAN2A Port
Connector type: RJ45 port with LEDs
Connector location: LAN1B
Connector type: RJ45 port with LEDs
Connector location: LAN2A
Link
Link
Act
Act
Act
Status
Link
Status
Act
Status
Link
Status
Yellow
Blinking
Data Activity
Green
Always Lighted
1G and
10/100MB
Yellow
Blinking
Data Activity
Green
Always Lighted
1G and
10/100MB
Off
No Acitivity
Off
No link
Off
No Acitivity
Off
No link
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
B1
LAN2_1.9V
B2
LAN2_TXP0_CON
A1
LAN3_1.9V
A2
LAN3_TXP0_CON
B3
LAN2_TXN0_CON
B4
LAN2_TXP1_CON
A3
LAN3_TXN0_CON
A4
LAN3_TXP1_CON
B5
LAN2_TXN1_CON
B6
LAN2_TXP2_CON
A5
LAN3_TXN1_CON
A6
LAN3_TXP2_CON
B7
LAN2_TXN2_CON
B8
LAN2_TXP3_CON
A7
LAN3_TXN2_CON
A8
LAN3_TXP3_CON
B9
LAN2_TXN3_CON
B10
GND
A9
LAN3_TXN3_CON
A10
GND
B11
LAN2_LED_ACT#
B12
LAN2_ACTPW
A11
LAN3_LED_ACT#
A12
LAN3_ACTPW
B13
LAN2_LED_LINK#
B14
LAN2_LINKPW
A13
LAN3_LED_LINK#
A14
LAN3_LINKPW
MH1
GND_IO
MH1
GND_IO
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Copper LAN2B Port
Copper LAN3A Port
Connector type: RJ45 port with LEDs
Connector location: LAN2B
Connector type: RJ45 port with LEDs
Connector location: LAN3A
Link
Link
Act
Act
Act
Status
Link
Status
Act
Status
Link
Status
Yellow
Blinking
Data Activity
Green
Always Lighted
1G and
10/100MB
Yellow
Blinking
Data Activity
Green
Always Lighted
1G and
10/100MB
Off
No Acitivity
Off
No link
Off
No Acitivity
Off
No link
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
B1
LAN4_1.9V
B2
LAN4_TXP0_CON
A1
LAN5_1.9V
A2
LAN5_TXP0
B3
LAN4_TXN0_CON
B4
LAN4_TXP1_CON
A3
LAN5_TXN0
A4
LAN5_TXP1
B5
LAN4_TXN1_CON
B6
LAN4_TXP2_CON
A5
LAN5_TXN1
A6
LAN5_TXP2
B7
LAN4_TXN2_CON
B8
LAN4_TXP3_CON
A7
LAN5_TXN2
A8
LAN5_TXP3
B9
LAN4_TXN3_CON
B10
GND
A9
LAN5_TXN3
A10
GND
B11
LAN4_LED_ACT#
B12
LAN4_ACTPW
A11
LAN5_LED_ACT#
A12
LAN5_ACTPW
B13
LAN4_LED_LINK#
B14
LAN4_LINKPW
A13
LAN5_LED_LINK#
A14
LAN5_LINKPW
MH1
GND_IO
MH1
GND_IO
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Copper LAN3B Port
USB Ports
Connector type: RJ45 port with LEDs
Connector location: LAN3B
Connector type: Dual USB port
Connector location: CN5
Link
Act
1
4
5
8
Act
Status
Link
Status
Pin
Yellow
Blinking
Data Activity
Green
Always Lighted
1G and
10/100MB
1
VCC
5
VCC
Off
No Acitivity
Off
No link
2
USB0-
6
USB1-
3
USB0+
7
USB1+
4
GND
8
GND
Pin
Definition
Pin
Pin
Definition
Definition
B1
LAN6_1.9V
B2
LAN6_TXP0
B3
LAN6_TXN0
B4
LAN6_TXP1
B5
LAN6_TXN1
B6
LAN6_TXP2
B7
LAN6_TXN2
B8
LAN6_TXP3
B9
LAN6_TXN3
B10
GND
B11
LAN6_LED_ACT#
B12
LAN6_ACTPW
B13
LAN6_LED_LINK#
B14
LAN6_LINKPW
MH1
GND_IO
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RJ45 Type Console Port (COM 1)
Power Button
Connector type: RJ45 port (RS232 only)
Connector location: CON1
Connector type: 2-pin jack (PWRBT_SW Push Button)
Connector location: SW1
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
1
SP_RTS1_R
2
SP_DTR1_R
1
GND
3
SP_TXD1_R
4
GND
2
RW_SW_RST
5
SP_DCD1_R
6
SP_RXD1_R
7
SP_DSR1_R
8
SP_CTS1_CON
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External I/O Interface - Rear
VGA Port
Connector type:DB-15 port, 15-pin D-Sub (rear panel)
2x8 16-pin box header, 2.0 mm pitch (internal connector)
Connector location: CN1
5
1
16
15
2
1
15
11
2x8 Pin Header
DB-15
Pin
Definition
Pin
1
VGA_R_CON
9
Definition
VGA_VCC
2
VGA_G_CON
10
GND
3
VGA_B_CON
11
NC
4
NC
12
5
GND
13
VGA_I2CDAT_CON
VGA_HSYNC_CON
6
GND
14
VGA_VSYNC_CON
7
GND
15
VGA_I2CCLK_CON
8
GND
16
NC
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Internal Connectors
SATAII Ports
SATA Power Connector
Connector type: 7-pin standard Serial ATAII (1.27mm)
Connector location: J7 and J8
Connector type: 1x4 4-pin header
Connector location: J5
1
4
1
Pin
7
J7
J8
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
1
GND
1
GND
2
TXP1
2
TXP0
3
TXN1
3
TXN0
4
GND
4
GND
5
RXN1
5
RXN0
6
RXP1
6
RXP0
7
GND
7
GND
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Definition
1
VCC12
2
GND
3
GND
4
VCC5
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SATA DOM Power Connector
Digital I/O Connector (24 output)
Connector type:1x2 2-pin JST wafer, 2.5 mm pitch
Connector location: J9
Connector type:2x5 10-pin header, 2.0 mm pitch
Connector location: J3
10
9
2
1
1
2
Pin
Pin
Definition
1
VCC5
2
GND
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Definition
Pin
Definition
1
VCC5
2
GND
3
SIO_GPIN10
4
SIO_GPOUT14
5
SIO_GPIN11
6
SIO_GPOUT15
7
SIO_GPIN12
8
SIO_GPOUT16
9
SIO_GPIN13
10
SIO_GPOUT17
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COM2 Connector (RS232)
USB Connector
Connector type:2x5 10-pin boxed header, 2.0 mm
Connector location: CN2
Connector type:1x6 6-pin JST wafer, 2.0 mm pitch
Connector location: J4
2
1
6
10
9
Pin
Definition
Pin
SP_DCD2
2
SP_RXD2
3
SP_TXD2
4
SP_DTR2
5
COM2_GND
6
SP_DSR2
7
SP_RTS2
8
SP_CTS2
9
SP_RI2
10
COM2_GND
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Definition
1
1
22
Definition
1
VCC
2
USB2-
3
USB2+
4
USB3-
5
USB3+
6
GND
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IDE Connector
Connector type:2x22 44-pin header, 2.0 mm pitch
Connector location: CN6
44
43
2
1
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
1
IDE_RST_N
2
GND
3
IDE_DD7
4
IDE_DD8
5
IDE_DD6
6
IDE_DD9
7
IDE_DD5
8
IDE_DD10
37
9
IDE_DD4
10
IDE_DD11
39
31
Definition
Pin
Definition
IDE_IRQ14
32
NC
33
IDE_DA1
34
IDE_PATADET
35
IDE_DA0
36
IDE_DA2
IDE_CS1_N
38
IDE_CS3_N
IDE_ACT_N
40
GND
11
IDE_DD3
12
IDE_DD12
41
VCC5
42
VCC5
13
IDE_DD2
14
IDE_DD13
43
GND
44
NC
15
IDE_DD1
16
IDE_DD14
17
IDE_DD0
18
IDE_DD15
19
GND
20
NC
21
IDE_DDREQ
22
GND
23
IDE_DIOW_N
24
GND
25
IDE_DIOR_N
26
GND
27
IDE_DIORDY
28
Z3901
29
IDE_DDACK_N
30
GND
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LCM Module Connector (Parallel Interface)
LCM Keypad Connector
Connector type:2x8 16-pin boxed header, 2.54 mm pitch
Connector location: CN4
Connector type:1x4 4-pin header, 2.54 mm
Connector location: JP1
1
16
15
2
1
Pin
Definition
Pin
VCC5
2
GND
3
LPT_SLIN#R
4
LPT_RES
5
LPT_AFD#R
6
LPT_INIT#R
7
LPT_PDR1
8
LPT_PDR0
9
LPT_PDR3
10
LPT_PDR2
11
LPT_PDR5
12
LPT_PDR4
13
LPT_PDR7
14
LPT_PDR6
15
LPT_PW
16
VCC5
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Definition
1
4
24
Definition
1
KEY_PIN1
2
KEY_PIN2
3
KEY_PIN3
4
KEY_PIN4
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Power Output Connector
GAL Programming Connector
Connector type:2x10
Connector location: CN3
Connector type:1x6 6-pin header, 2.54 mm
Connector location: J1
1
10
11
20
6
1
Pin
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
1
VCC3_3
2
VCC3_3
3
GND
4
VCC5
5
GND
6
VCC5
7
GND
8
ATXPWROK
9
5VA
10
VCC12
11
VCC3_3
12
N12V
13
GND
14
ATX_PSON
15
GND
16
GND
17
GND
18
NC
19
VCC5
20
VCC5
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Definition
1
3VSB
2
GND
3
GAL_TCK_2
4
GAL_TDO_2
5
GAL_TDI_2
6
GAL_TMS_2
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System Fan Connector
Connector type: 1x4 4-pin Wafer, 2.54 mm pitch
Connector location: FAN1
4
1
Pin
Definition
1
GND
2
VCC12
3
FAN1
4
FANPWM1
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PCI Slot
Connector type: 2x62 3.3V slot
Connector location: CN7
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
A20
AD30
B20
AD31
A21
+3.3V
B21
AD29
A22
AD28
B22
GND
A23
AD26
B23
AD27
A24
GND
B24
AD25
Pin
Definition
A25
AD24
B25
+3.3V
A1
TRST#
B1
-12V
A26
IDSEL
B26
C/BE2#
A2
+12V
B2
TCK
A27
+3.3V
B27
AD23
A3
TMS
B3
GND
A28
AD22
B28
GND
A4
TDI
B4
TDO
A29
AD20
B29
AD21
A5
+5V
B5
+5V
A30
GND
B30
AD19
A6
INTA#
B6
+5V
A31
AD18
B31
+3.3V
A7
INTC#
B7
INTB#
A32
AD16
B32
AD17
A8
+5V
B8
INTD#
A33
+3.3V
B33
C/BE2#
A9
RSV1
B9
PRSNT1#
A34
FRAME#
B34
GND
A10
+3.3V
B10
RSV5
A35
GND
B35
IRDY#
A11
RSV2
B11
PRSNT2#
A36
TRDY#
B36
+3.3V
A12
GND
B12
GND
A37
GND
B37
DEVSEL#
A13
GND
B13
GND
A38
STOP#
B38
GND
A14
+3.3V
B14
RSV6
A39
+3.3V
B39
LOCK#
A15
RST#
B15
GRPIMD
A40
SMBCLK
B40
PERR#
A16
+5V
B16
CLK
A41
SMBDAT
B41
+3.3V
A17
GNT#
B17
GND
A42
GND
B42
SERR#
A18
GND
B18
REQ#
A43
PAR
B43
+3.3V
A19
PME#
B19
+5V
A44
AD15
B44
C/BE1#
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Pin
Definition
Pin
Definition
A45
+3.3V
B45
AD14
A46
AD13
B46
GND
A47
AD11
B47
AD12
A48
GND
B48
AD10
A49
AD9
B49
GND
CONNECTOR KEY
A52
C/BE0#
B52
AD8
A53
+3.3V
B53
AD7
A54
AD6
B54
+3.3V
A55
AD4
B55
AD5
A56
GND
B56
AD3
A57
AD2
B57
GND
A58
AD0
B58
AD1
A59
+3.3V
B59
+5V
A60
REQ64#
B60
ACK64#
A61
+5V
B61
+5V
A62
+5V
B62
+5V
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VGA
Pineview-D
Microprocessor
1.8GHz
DX9 Graphics: 400
MHz
DDR3 Memory
Controller
(Single Channel)
DDR2 Ch A
P 35
VGA
Block Diagram of the Main Board
DDR3 800MHz
DDRIII DIMM
1 Slot
P 10
DMI
SPI
x4 DMI
2 Lanes
SST25VF080B
P 15
2GB/s
2/3 - MIO
P 38
IDE Slot
P 39
EEPROM
P 36
USB 2.0
UltraDMA 33/66/100
SMBUS
GPIO
PCIe x1
(82801HBM)
652 balls
31x31mm
LPC
SATA
PCIe x1
PCIe x1
PCIe x1
P 12 ~ 16
PCI
LPC Bus
P 11
SATA2
PCIe x1
SPI
ICH8-M
SATA (3)
Address : 0A8H
CK505
CLOCK GEN
SATA1 P 38
DMI
PCI-E *1(6)
P 38
ATA
SMBUS 100 (1) USB 2.0 (10)
0/1 - Rear
PCIe x1
PCI x1
LAN INTEL 82583V
P 17
LAN INTEL 82583V
P 19
LAN INTEL 82583V
P 23
LAN INTEL 82583V
P 25
LAN INTEL 82583V
P 29
LAN INTEL 82583V
P 31
PCI_Slot
BYPASS
LAN1
BYPASS
LAN2
BYPASS
LAN3
BYPASS
LAN4
LAN5
LAN6
P 40
P 38
4IN4OUT P 34
SIO
COM1
RS-232
W83627HG-AW
COM2
P 33
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P 41
P 41
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1. Loosen the screw located at the rear panel.
Removing the Chassis Cover
Prior to removing the chassis cover, make sure the unit’s power
is off and disconnected from the power sources to prevent
electric shock or system damage. Please make sure to replace
the chassis cover before restoring power.
Screw
Warning:
HAZARDOUS MOVING PARTS
KEEP FINGERS AND OTHER BODY PARTS AWAY
Keep away from moving fan blades
2. Slide the cover backward then remove it from the chassis.
Please replace the top cover after completion.
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Installing an SODIMM
1. Push the ejector tabs which are at the ends of the socket outward. This
indicates that the socket is unlocked.
2. Note how the module is keyed to the socket. Grasping the module by
its edges, align the module with the socket so that the “notch” on the
module is aligned with the “key” on the socket. The key ensures the
module can be plugged into the socket in only one direction.
Ejector
tab
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3. Seat the module vertically, pressing it down firmly until it is completely
seated in the socket. The ejector tabs at the ends of the socket will automatically snap into the locked position to hold the module in place.
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Installing a SATA DOM
1. Locate for the SATA connector on the board.
2. Insert the connector located on the solder side of the SATA DOM to the
SATA connector that is on the board.
SATA DOM
SATA
connector
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3. Secure the SATA DOM with the provided mounting screw then connect
the power cable to the power connector on the board.
Mounting
screw
Power
cable
Power
cable
SATA DOM
connector
SATA DOM
(solder side)
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Installing a 3.5” SATA Hard Drive
2. Place the SATA hard drive onto the drive bay. Align the mounting holes
that are on the sides of the SATA drive with the mounting holes on the
drive bay. Use the provided mounting screws to secure the SATA drive
in place.
Your system comes with a drive bay for installing either a 3.5” or 2.5”
SATA drive. Follow the steps below for installing a 3.5” SATA drive.
1. Remove the mounting screws of the drive bay.
Drive Bay
Mounting hole
Mounting hole
SATA drive
Drive bay
Connector side
of SATA drive
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3. Place the drive into the chassis. Align the mounting holes of the drive
bay with the mounting studs in the chassis.
4. Use the provided mounting screws to secure the drive bay in place.
Mounting
screw
Mounting
hole
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5. Connect one end of the SATA power cable and SATA data cable to the
SATA drive and the other end to the main board.
SATA power
cable
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Installing a 2.5” SATA Hard Drive
The drive bay for 2.5” SATA drive also comes with a CompactFlash socket.
Follow the steps below for installing a 2.5” SATA drive.
3. Place the drive into the chassis. Use the provided mounting screws to
secure the drive bay in place.
1. Remove the 2.5” drive bay from the chassis.
2. Place the 2.5” SATA hard drive onto the drive bay. Align the mounting
holes that are on the sides of the SATA drive with the mounting holes
on the drive bay. Use the provided mounting screws to secure the SATA
drive in place.
2.5” SATA drive
Mounting
screw
2.5” Drive bay
Mounting
screw
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4. Locate for the SATA data connector and the SATA power connector on
the SATA drive.
SATA power
connector
SATA data
connector
5. Connect one end of the SATA power cable and SATA data cable to the
SATA drive and the other end to the main board.
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Installing a CompactFlash Card
1. The CompactFlash socket is on the 2.5” drive bay.
2. With the CompactFlash card’s label facing up, position the card to the
socket.
2.5” Drive bay
CompactFlash
socket
CompactFlash
card
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3. Insert the card until it is completely seated in the socket.
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Installing a PCI Card
1. Locate for the PCI slot on the main board.
2. Remove the mounting screws of the front panel.
PCI slot
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3. The PCI slot is readily accessible upon removing the front panel.
4. Insert the PCI card until it is completely seated in the slot. Secure the
card with the provided screw.
Mounting
screw
PCI card
PCI slot
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Rackmount Bracket Kit (optional)
2. There are 8 mounting holes on each side of the front panel.
The rackmount bracket kit provides a convenient and economical way of
installing the server into a rack cabinet.
Attaching the Long Rack Ears
Mounting
Mounting
holes
holes
The long rack ears are used to support the server in a rack cabinet.
1. The rackmount bracket kit comes with a pair of long rack ears and 16
screws.
3. Align the mounting holes on the rack ear with the mounting holes on
the front panel. Give special attention to the orientation of the rack
ear. Secure the rack ear with mounting screws.
Rack ear
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4. Repeat step 3 to secure the other rack ear.
Rack ear
Rack ear
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Installing the Server into a Rack Cabinet
3. Slide the server into the rack cabinet.
1. Select a one unit space (1U) in the rack cabinet where you intend to
install the server.
2. On one side of the rack, attach 3 nuts each at the front and back.
Repeat this to the other side of the rack.
Nuts
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A. Elevated Operating Ambient - If installed in a closed or multi-unit rack
assembly, the operating ambient temperature of the rack environment
may be greater than room ambient. Therefore, consideration should be
given to installing the equipment in an environment compatible with the
maximum ambient temperature (Tma) specified by the manufacturer.
4. Use the provided mounting screws to secure the server in the rack
cabinet.
B. Reduced Air Flow - Installation of the equipment in a rack should be
such that the amount of air flow required for safe operation of the
equipment is not compromised.
C. Mechanical Loading - Mounting of the equipment in the rack should
be such that a hazardous condition is not achieved due to uneven
mechanical loading.
D. Circuit Overloading - Consideration should be given to the connection
of the equipment to the supply circuit and the effect that overloading
of the circuits might have on overcurrent protection and supply wiring.
Appropriate consideration of equipment nameplate ratings should be
used when addressing this concern.
E. Reliable Earthing - Reliable earthing of rack-mounted equipment
should be maintained. Particular attention should be given to supply
connections other than direct connections to the branch circuit (e.g.
use of power strips).”
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Chapter 4: BIOS Setup
The settings made in the setup program affect how the computer performs. It is important, therefore, first to try to understand all the Setup
options, and second, to make settings appropriate for the way you use the
computer.
This chapter describes how to use the BIOS setup program for the NSA 1120.
The BIOS screens provided in this chapter are for reference only and may
change if the BIOS is updated in the future.
To check for the latest updates and revisions, visit the NEXCOM Web site
at www.nexcom.com.tw.
When to Configure the BIOS
About BIOS Setup
This program should be executed under the following conditions:
в–Єв–Є When changing the system configuration
The BIOS (Basic Input and Output System) Setup program is a menu driven
utility that enables you to make changes to the system configuration and
tailor your system to suit your individual work needs. It is a ROM-based
configuration utility that displays the system’s configuration status and
provides you with a tool to set system parameters.
в–Єв–Є When a configuration error is detected by the system and you are
prompted to make changes to the Setup program
в–Єв–Є When resetting the system clock
в–Єв–Є When redefining the communication ports to prevent any conflicts
в–Єв–Є When making changes to the Power Management configuration
в–Єв–Є When changing the password or making other changes to the security
These parameters are stored in non-volatile battery-backed-up CMOS RAM
that saves this information even when the power is turned off. When the
system is turned back on, the system is configured with the values found
in CMOS.
setup
Normally, CMOS setup is needed when the system hardware is not consistent with the information contained in the CMOS RAM, whenever the
CMOS RAM has lost power, or the system features need to be changed.
With easy-to-use pull down menus, you can configure such items as:
в–Єв–Є Hard drives, diskette drives, and peripherals
в–Єв–Є Video display type and display options
в–Єв–Є Password protection from unauthorized use
в–Єв–Є Power management features
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Default Configuration
Legends
Most of the configuration settings are either predefined according to
the Load Optimal Defaults settings which are stored in the BIOS or are
automatically detected and configured without requiring any actions.
There are a few settings that you may need to change depending on your
system configuration.
Right and Left arrows
Moves the highlight left or right to select a
menu.
Up and Down arrows
Entering Setup
Moves the highlight up or down between submenus or fields.
<Esc>
Exits to the BIOS Setup Utility.
When the system is powered on, the BIOS will enter the Power-On Self
Test (POST) routines. These routines perform various diagnostic checks; if
an error is encountered, the error will be reported in one of two different
ways:
в–Єв–Є If the error occurs before the display device is initialized, a series of
beeps will be transmitted.
в–Єв–Є If the error occurs after the display device is initialized, the screen will
display the error message.
+ (plus key)
Scrolls forward through the values or options of
the highlighted field.
- (minus key)
Scrolls backward through the values or options
of the highlighted field.
Tab
Selects a field.
<F1>
Displays General Help.
<F10>
Saves and exits the Setup program.
Powering on the computer and immediately pressing <Del> allows you
to enter Setup. Another way to enter Setup is to power on the computer
and wait for the following message during the POST:
<Enter>
Press <Enter> to enter the highlighted submenu.
Key
Function
Scroll Bar
TO ENTER SETUP BEFORE BOOT
PRESS <CTRL-ALT-ESC>
Press the <Del> key to enter Setup:
When a scroll bar appears to the right of the setup screen, it indicates that
there are more available fields not shown on the screen. Use the up and
down arrow keys to scroll through all the available fields.
Submenu
When “u“ appears on the left of a particular field, it indicates that a
submenu which contains additional options are available for that field. To
display the submenu, move the highlight to that field and press <Enter>.
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BIOS Setup Utility
Processor
Displays the detected processor information.
Once you enter the AMI BIOS Setup Utility, the Main Menu will appear on
the screen. The main menu allows you to select from six setup functions
and one exit choices. Use arrow keys to select among the items and press
<Enter> to accept or enter the submenu.
System Memory
Displays the detected system memory information.
Main
System Time
The Main menu is the first screen that you will see when you enter the
BIOS Setup Utility.
The time format is <hour>, <minute>, <second>. The time is based on the
24-hour military-time clock. For example, 1 p.m. is 13:00:00. Hour displays
hours from 00 to 23. Minute displays minutes from 00 to 59. Second displays seconds from 00 to 59.
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
System Overview
Chipset
Exit
System Date
Use [ENTER], [TAB]
or [SHIFT-TAB] to
select a field.
AMIBIOS
Version
: G112-010
Build Date : 04/01/11
Processor
Intel (R) Atom(TM) CPU D425 @ 1.80GHz
Speed
:1800MHz
The date format is <day>, <month>, <date>, <year>. Day displays a day,
from Sunday to Saturday. Month displays the month, from January to December. Date displays the date, from 1 to 31. Year displays the year, from
1999 to 2099.
Use [+] or [-] to
configure system Time.
System Memory
Size
:2043MB
System Time
System Date
[14:06:01]
[Tue 04/12/2011]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- Tab F1 F10 ESC Resetting the Date and Time
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Field
Select Field
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
Note: Remember to reset the date and time upon receiving the
product.
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AMI BIOS
Displays the detected BIOS information.
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Advanced
IDE Configuration
This section is used to configure the IDE drives.
The Advanced menu allows you to configure your system for basic operation. Some entries are defaults required by the system board, while others,
if enabled, will improve the performance of your system or let you set
some features according to your preference.
Super IO Configuration
This section is used to configure the I/O functions supported by the onboard Super I/O chip.
Hardware Health Configuration
This section is used to configure the hardware monitoring events such as
temperature, fan speed and voltages.
Setting incorrect field values may cause the system to malfunction.
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Chipset
ACPI Configuration
This section is used to configure the Advanced ACPI configuration.
Exit
Configure CPU.
Advanced Settings
WARNING: Setting wrong values in belowsections
may cause system to malfunction.
пЃµ
CPU Configuration
пЃµ
IDE Configuration
пЃµ
SuperIO Configuration
пЃµ
Hardware Health Configuration
пЃµ
ACPI Configuration
пЃµ
AHCI Configuration
пЃµ
MPS Configuration
пЃµ
Remote Access Configuration
пЃµ
USB Configuration
пЃµ
Network Configuration
LAN EEPROM WRITE PROTECT
[Disabled]
AHCI Configuration
This section is used to configure the AHCI configuration.
MPS Configuration
This section is used to configure the multi-processor table.
Remote Access Configuration
This section is used to configure the remote access functions.
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Select Screen
Select Item
Enter Go to Sub Screen
F1 General Help
F10 Save and Exit
ESC Exit
USB Configuration
This section is used to configure USB devices.
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Network Configuration
This section is used to configure the network function.
CPU Configuration
This section is used to configure the CPU. It will also display detected CPU
information.
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LAN EEPROM Write Protect
Enabled
Disabled
This option will protect the system from unnecessary
updating or flashing of the LAN EEPROM. When enabled, it
secures the LAN EEPROM therefore any updates to the LAN
EEPROM will not take effect.
Disables the “LAN EEPROM flash lock” function, allowing
you to update or flash the LAN EEPROM any time needed.
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CPU Configuration
Execute-Disable Bit Capability
This section is used to configure the CPU. It will also display detected
CPU information.
When this field is set to Disabled, it will force the XD feature flag to always return to 0.
Hyper Threading Technology
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Advanced
Enable this field for Windows XP and Linux which are optimized for
Hyper-Threading technology. Select disabled for other OSes not optimized
for Hyper-Threading technology. When disabled, only one thread per enabled core is enabled.
Disabled for Windows
XP
Configure advanced CPU settings
Module Version:3F.1A
Manufacturer : Intel
Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU D425 @ 1.80GHz
Frequency
: 1.80GHz
FSB Speed
: 800MHz
Cache L1
: 24 KB
Cache L2
: 512 KB
Ratio Actual Value : 9
Max CPUID Value Limit
Execute-Disable Bit Capability
Hyper Threading Technology
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Enabled]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +-
F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Max CPUID Value Limit
Set this field to Disabled when using Windows XP. Set this field to Enabled when using legacy operating systems so that the system will boot
even when it doesn’t support CPUs with extended CPUID function.
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IDE Configuration
Configure SATA As
This section is used to configure the IDE drives.
IDE BIOS SETUP UTILITY
AHCI
Advanced
IDE Configuration
Options
ATA/IDE Configuration
Configure SATA as
[Enhanced]
[IDE]
пЃµ
Primary IDE Master
пЃµ
Primary IDE Slave
пЃµ
Secondary IDE Master
пЃµ
Secondary IDE Slave
пЃµ
Third IDE Master
пЃµ
Third IDE Slave
[ST3250410AS]
[Not Detected]
[Not Detected]
[Not Detected]
[Not Detected]
[Not Detected]
Hard Disk Write Protect
IDE Detect Time Out (Sec)
[Disabled]
[35]
Disabled
Compatible
Enhanced
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC This option configures the Serial ATA drives as Parallel ATA physical storage device.
This option configures the Serial ATA drives to use AHCI (Advanced Host Controller Interface). AHCI allows the storage driver
to enable the advanced Serial ATA features which will increase
storage performance.
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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ATA/IDE Configuration
This field is used to configure the IDE drives. The options are Disabled,
Compatible and Enhanced.
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Primary IDE Master to Third IDE Slave
Block (Multi-Sector Transfer)
When you enter the BIOS Setup Utility, the BIOS will auto detect the existing IDE devices then displays the status of the detected devices. To configure an IDE drive, move the cursor to a field then press <Enter>.
Auto Data transfer to and from the device occurs multiple sectors at
a time.
Disabled Data transfer to and from the device occurs one sector at a
time.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PIO Mode
Advanced
Select the type
of device connected
to the system.
Primary IDE Master
Device
Vendor
Size
LBA Mode
Block Mode
PIO Mode
Async DMA
Ultra DMA
S.M.A.R.T.
:Hard Disk
:ST3250410AS
:250.0GB
:Supported
:16 Sectors
:4
:MultiWord DMA-2
:Ultra DMA-6
:Supported
Type
LBA/Large Mode
Block (Multi-Sector Transfer)
PIO Mode
DMA Mode
S.M.A.R.T.
32Bit Data Transfer
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Auto]
[Disabled]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Selects the data transfer mode. PIO means Programmed Input/Output.
Rather than have the BIOS issue a series of commands to effect a transfer
to or from the disk drive, PIO allows the BIOS to tell the controller what it
wants and then let the controller and the CPU perform the complete task
by themselves. Your system supports five modes, 0 (default) to 4, which
primarily differ in timing. When Auto is selected, the BIOS will select the
best available mode after checking your drive.
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
Auto The BIOS will automatically set the system according to your
hard disk drive’s timing.
Mode 0-4 You can select a mode that matches your hard disk drive’s
timing. Caution: Do not use the wrong setting or you will
have drive errors.
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Type
DMA Mode
Selects the type of IDE drive connected to the system.
Selects the DMA mode.
LBA/Large Mode
Auto SWDMAn MWDMAn UDMAn Auto The LBA mode will automatically be enabled, that is, if the
LBA mode was not previously disabled.
Disabled Disables the LBA mode.
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Automatically detects the DMA mode.
SingleWord DMAn.
MultiWord DMAn.
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The system board supports SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) hard drives. SMART is a reliability prediction technology
for ATA/IDE and SCSI drives. The drive will provide sufficient notice to
the system or user to backup data prior to the drive’s failure. SMART is
supported in ATA/33 or later hard drives. The options are Auto (default),
Enabled and Disabled.
32Bit Data Transfer
Enables or disables 32-bit data transfer.
Hard Disk Write Protect
Enables or disables write protection of the device. This is applicable only
when the device is accessible through the BIOS.
IDE Detect Time Out (Sec)
Selects the time out value for detecting ATA/ATAPI devices.
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Super IO Configuration
Hardware Health Configuration
This section is used to configure the I/O functions supported by the onboard Super I/O chip.
This section is used to configure the hardware monitoring events such as
temperature, fan speed and voltages.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Advanced
Advanced
Configure Win627 Super IO Chipset
Serial Port1 Address
Serial Port2 Address
Parallel Port Address
[3F8/IRQ4]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
Hardware Health Configuration
Allows BIOS to select
Serial Port1 Base
Address.
H/W Health Function
Fan Speed Control
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
Enables Hardware
Health Monitoring
Device.
Hardware Health Event Monitoring
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Select Screen
Select Item
+- Change Option
F1 General Help
F10 Save and Exit
ESC Exit
SYS Temperature
CPU Temperature : 27oC/80oF
: 43oC/109oF
Fan Speed
Fan2 Speed
: N/A
: 8437 RPM
Vcore
+1.5Vin
+3.3Vin
+12Vin
+5Vin
: 1.080 V
: 1.500 V
: 3.403 V
: 11.248 V
: 5.026 V
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +-
F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Serial Port1 Address and Serial Port2 Address
H/W Health Function
Auto Enables or disables the hardware health monitoring function.
The system will automatically select an I/O address for the onboard serial port.
3F8/IRQ4, 2F8/IRQ3, 3E8/IRQ4, 2E8/IRQ3 Allows you to manually select
an I/O address for the onboard serial port.
Disabled Disables the onboard serial port.
Fan Speed Control
Enables or disables the fan speed control function.
SYS Temperature and CPU Temperature
Parallel Port Address
Detects and displays the internal temperature of the system and the current
temperature of the CPU.
Selects the parallel port’s base address.
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Fan Speed and Fan2 Speed
Detects and displays the cooling fan’s current fan speed in RPM (Revolutions Per Minute).
Vcore to +5Vin
Detects and displays the output voltages.
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ACPI Configuration
Advanced ACPI Configuration
This section is used to configure the Advanced ACPI configuration.
Configures additional ACPI functions.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Advanced
ACPI Settings
пЃµAdvanced ACPI Configuration
пЃµChipset ACPI Configuration
Advanced
Advanced ACPI
Configuration settings
Advanced ACPI Configuration
ACPI Version Features
ACPI APIC Support
Use this section to
configure additional ACPI
options.
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter
F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
[ACPI v1.0]
[Enabled]
Enable RSDP pointers
to 64-bit Fixed System
Description Tables.
Different ACPI version
has some addition.
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Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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ACPI Version Features
Selects the ACPI version. The options are ACPI v1.0, ACPI v2.0 and ACPI
v3.0.
ACPI APIC Support
The options are Enabled and Disabled. Includes ACPI APIC table pointer
to RSDT pointer list.
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Chipset ACPI Configuration
AHCI Configuration
Configures relevant chipset ACPI functions.
This section is used to configure the Advanced ACPI configuration.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Advanced
Advanced
South Bridge ACPI Configuration
Energy Lake Feature
APIC ACPI SCI IRQ
High Performance Event Timer
AHCI Settings
Options
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
пЃµAHCI
пЃµAHCI
пЃµAHCI
Enabled
Disabled
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
Port0 [Not Detected]
Port1 [Not Detected]
Port2 [Not Detected]
While entering setup,
BIOS auto detects the
presence of IDE devices.
This displays the status
of auto detection of IDE
devices.
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↑↓ Enter
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Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Energy Lake Feature
The options are Enabled and Disabled.
APIC ACPI SCI IRQ
Enables or disables the APIC ACPI SCI IRQ.
High Performance Event Timer
Enables or disables the event timer.
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AHCI Port0 to AHCI Port2
MPS Configuration
This section is used to configure the multi-processor table.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Advanced
Device
:Not Detected
SATA Port0
S.M.A.R.T.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Select the type of device
connected to the system.
AHCI Port0
Advanced
Select MPS Revision.
MPS Configuration
[Auto]
[Enabled]
MPS Revision
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC [1.1]
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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SATA Port0
Selects the type of device connected to the system.
MPS Revision
S.M.A.R.T.
Selects the MPS revision used by the system.
The system board supports SMART (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) hard drives. SMART is a reliability prediction technology
for ATA/IDE and SCSI drives. The drive will provide sufficient notice to
the system or user to backup data prior to the drive’s failure. SMART is
supported in ATA/33 or later hard drives. The options are Auto (default),
Enabled and Disabled.
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Remote Access Configuration
Serial Port Mode
This field when enabled will redirect console via com port. and when disabled, will redirect console when keyboard is not available.
Selects a mode for the serial port.
Flow Control
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Selects the flow control for console redirection.
Advanced
Configure Remote Access Type and Parameters
Remote Access
[Enabled]
Serial Port Number
Base Address, IRQ
Serial Port Mode
Flow Control
Redirection After BIOS POST
Terminal Type
VT-UTF8 Combo Key Support
[COM1]
[3F8h, 4]
[115200 8,n,1]
[None]
[Disabled]
[ANSI]
[Enabled]
Select remote access
type.
Redirection After BIOS POST
Boot Loader Redirection is active during POST and during Boot Loader.
Always
Redirection is always active. Some OSes may not work
when this field is set to Always.
Disabled
Turns off the redirection after POST.
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Terminal Type
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
Selects the target terminal type.
VT-UTF8 Combo Key Support
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Enables or disables VT-UTF8 combination key support for ANSI/VT100
terminals.
Remote Access
Selects the remote access type.
Serial Port Number
Selects the serial port.
Base Address, IRQ
Selects an IRQ for the serial port.
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USB Configuration
USB 2.0 Controller Mode
This section is used to configure USB devices.
Sets the USB 2.0 controller mode to HiSpeed (480 Mbps) or FullSpeed (12
Mbps).
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Advanced
BIOS EHCI Hand-Off
Enables support for
legacy USB. AUTO
option disables
legacy support if
no USB devices are
connected.
USB Configuration
Module Version - 2.24.3-13.4
USB Devices Enabled:
1 Keyboard, 1 Mouse
Legacy USB Support
USB 2.0 Controller Mode
BIOS EHCI Hand-Off
Enable this field when using operating systems without the EHCI hand-off
support.
[Enabled]
[FullSpeed]
[Enabled]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Legacy USB Support
Due to the limited space of the BIOS ROM, the support for legacy USB
keyboard (in DOS mode) is by default set to Disabled. With more BIOS
ROM space available, it will be able to support more advanced features
as well as provide compatibility to a wide variety of peripheral devices.
If a PS/2 keyboard is not available and you need to use a USB keyboard
to install Windows (installation is performed in DOS mode) or run any
program under DOS, set this field to Enabled.
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Network Configuration
This section is used to configure the network.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Advanced
Network Configuration
PXE Function
ByPass Mode After PWR-ON
ByPass Mode After PWR-OFF
Options
[Disabled]
[All Disable]
[All Disable]
Disabled
Enabled
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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PXE Function
Enables or disables the PXE function.
ByPass Mode After PWR-ON
Configures the bypass mode after the system powers-on. The options are
All Disable, All Enable and By Segment.
ByPass Mode After PWR-OFF
Configures the bypass mode after the system powers-off. The options are
All Disable, All Enable and By Segment.
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PCIPnP
PCI Latency Timer
This section is used to configure settings for PCI/PnP devices.
This feature is used to select the length of time each PCI device will control the bus before another takes over. The larger the value, the longer
the PCI device can retain control of the bus. Since each access to the
bus comes with an initial delay before any transaction can be made, low
values for the PCI Latency Timer will reduce the effectiveness of the PCI
bandwidth while higher values will improve it.
Setting incorrect field values may cause the system to malfunction.
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Advanced PCI/PnP Settings
WARNING: Setting wrong values in belowsections may cause system to malfunction.
Plug & Play O/S
[No]
PCI Latency Timer
[64]
Chipset
Exit
NO: let the BIOS
configure all the
devices in the system.
YES: lets the
operating system
configure Plug and
Play (PnP) devices not
required for boot if
your system has a Plug
and Play operating
system.
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Plug & Play O/S
Yes Configures Plug and Play (PnP) devices that are not required to boot in
a Plug and Play supported operating system.
No The BIOS configures all the devices in the system.
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Boot
Boot Settings Configuration
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Boot
PCIPnP
Security
Boot Settings
пЃµ
Boot
Settings Configuration
пЃµ
Boot
пЃµ
Hard
Device Priority
Disk Drives
This section is used to configure settings during system boot.
Chipset
Exit
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Boot
Configure settings
during system boot.
Boot Settings Configuration
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC Quick Boot
Quiet Boot
AddOn ROM Display Mode
Bootup Num-Lock
PS/2 Mouse Support Wait For �F1’ If Error
Hit �DEL’ Message Display
Interrupt 19 Capture
Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Force BIOS]
[On]
[Auto]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
Allows BIOS to skip
certain tests while
booting. This will
decrease the time
needed to boot the
system.
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Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Quick Boot
When Enabled, the BIOS will shorten or skip some check items during
POST. This will decrease the time needed to boot the system.
Quiet Boot
Enabled Displays OEM logo instead of the POST messages.
Disabled Displays normal POST messages.
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AddOn ROM Display Mode
Boot Device Priority
Selects the display mode of the optional ROM.
This section is used to select the boot priority sequence of the devices.
Bootup Num-Lock
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Boot
This allows you to determine the default state of the numeric keypad. By
default, the system boots up with NumLock on wherein the function of
the numeric keypad is the number keys. When set to Off, the function of
the numeric keypad is the arrow keys.
Boot Device Priority
1st Boot Device
2nd Boot Device
3rd Boot Device
[SATA:PM-ST3250410A]
Specifies the boot
sequence from the
available devices.
A device enclosed in
parenthesis has been
disabled in the
corresponding type
menu.
PS/2 Mouse Support
Enables or disables the PS/2 mouse.
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Wait for �F1’ If Error
+-
F1 F10 ESC When enabled, the system will wait for the <F1> key to be pressed when
an error occurs.
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Hit �DEL’ Message Display
1st Boot Device to 3rd Boot Device
When enabled, the system displays the “Press DEL to run Setup” message during POST.
Selects the drive to boot first, second and third in the “1st Boot Device”, “2nd
Boot Device” and “3rd Boot Device” fields respectively. The BIOS will boot the
operating system according to the sequence of the drive selected.
Interrupt 19 Capture
When enabled, it allows the optional ROM to trap interrupt 19.
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Hard Disk Drives
This section is used to select the boot priority sequence of the devices.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Boot
Hard Disk Drives
1st Drive
2nd Drive
3rd Drive
[SATA:PM-ST3250410A]
Specifies the boot
sequence from the
available devices.
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +-
F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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1st Drive to 3rd Drive
Selects the drive to boot first, second and third in the “1st Drive”, “2nd Drive”
and “3rd Drive” fields respectively. The BIOS will boot the operating system according to the sequence of the drive selected.
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Security
Change Supervisor Password
This field is used to set or change the supervisor password. To set a new
password:
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Main
Advanced
Boot
Security
Chipset
Security Settings
Supervisor Password
User Password
: Not Installed
: Not Installed
Exit
Install or Change the
password.
1. Select the Change Supervisor Password field then press <Enter>.
2. Type your password in the dialog box then press <Enter>. You are limited to eight letters/numbers.
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
Security Settings
Supervisor Password
User Password
: Not Installed
: Not Installed
Install or Change the
password.
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
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Enter New Password
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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3. Press <Enter> to confirm the new password.
4. When the Password Installed dialog box appears, click OK.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
Security Settings
Supervisor Password
User Password
: Not Installed
: Not Installed
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
Install or Change the
password.
Security Settings
Supervisor Password
User Password
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
: Not Installed
: Not Installed
Install or Change the
password.
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
Password Installed
Confirm New Password
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC [OK]
Select Screen
Select Item
Change
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Select Item
Change
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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To change the password, repeat the same steps above.
To clear the password, select Change Supervisor Password then press
<Enter>. The Password Uninstalled dialog box will appear.
If you forgot the password, you can clear the password by erasing the
CMOS RTC (Real Time Clock) RAM using the Clear CMOS jumper. Refer to the Jumper Settings section in chapter 2 for more information.
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User Access Level
After you have set the supervisor password, the User Access Level
field will appear.
Selects the access level to the fields in the Setup utility.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
Security Settings
Supervisor Password
User Password
: Installed
: Not Installed
Change Supervisor Password
User Access Level
Change User Password
Password Check
[Setup]
[Full Access]
Limited
Allows limited change to some fields such as Date and Time.
Limited: allows only
limited fields to be
changed such as Date
and Time.
No Access: prevents
User access to the
Setup Utility.
View Only: allows access to the Setup Utility
but the fields can not be
changed.
No Access
Prevents user access to the Setup utility.
View Only
Allows you to view the settings but does not allow you to change the
settings.
Full Access
Allows you to change settings to all the fields in the utility.
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Select Screen
Select Item
+- Change Option
F1 General Help
F10 Save and Exit
ESC Exit
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Change User Password
3. Press <Enter> to confirm the new password.
This field is used to set or change the user password.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
To set a new password:
Security Settings
1. Select the Change User Password field then press <Enter>.
Supervisor Password
User Password
Confirm New Password
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
Supervisor Password
User Password
: Installed
: Not Installed
Install or Change the
password.
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
2. Type your password in the dialog box then press <Enter>. You are limited to eight letters/numbers.
Security Settings
: Installed
: Not Installed
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC Install or Change the
password.
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
Select Screen
Select Item
Change
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Enter New Password
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Clear User Password
4. When the Password Installed dialog box appears, select OK.
To clear the password, select Clear User Password then press <Enter>.
Click OK.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
Security Settings
Supervisor Password
User Password
: Installed
: Not Installed
Install or Change the
password.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Security
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
Immediately clears the
User password.
Security Settings
Supervisor Password
User Password
Password Installed
[OK]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC : Installed
: Not Installed
Change Supervisor Password
Change User Password
Clear User Password
Password Check
Select Screen
Select Item
Change
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
Clear User Password?
[OK]
[Cancel]
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Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
To change the password, repeat the same steps above.
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After you have set the user password, the Clear User Password and
Password Check fields will appear.
Password Check
Setup The BIOS checks for the user password whenever accessing the Setup
utility.
Always The BIOS checks for the user password when accessing the Setup utility and booting the system.
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Chipset
North Bridge Configuration
This section is used to configure the system based on the specific features
of the chipset.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Chipset
North Bridge Chipset Configuration
Setting incorrect field values may cause the system to malfunction.
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Advanced Chipset Settings
WARNING: Setting wrong values in belowsections may cause system
to malfunction.
пЃµNorth
пЃµSouth
Initiate Graphic Adapter
Internal Graphics Mode Select
Chipset
Options
PCI MMIO Allocation: 4GB to 3072MB
DRAM Frequency
[Auto]
Configure DRAM Timing by SPD
[Enabled]
Auto
667 MHz
800 MHz
[IGD]
[Enabled, 4MB]
PEG Port Configuration
Exit
пЃµ
Configure North Bridge
features.
Video Function Configuration
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +-
F1 F10 ESC Bridge Configuration
Bridge Configuration
Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
DRAM Frequency
Selects the frequency of the DRAM.
Configure DRAM Timing by SPD
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Enabled
The EEPROM on a DIMM has SPD (Serial Presence Detect) data
structure that stores information about the module such as the
memory type, memory size, memory speed, etc. When this option is selected, the system will run according to the settings
in the EEPROM. This option is the default setting because it
provides the most stable condition for the system.
Disabled Select this option if you want to manually select the DRAM
timings.
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Video Function Configuration
Initiate Graphics Adapter
Selects the graphics controller to use as the primary boot device.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Chipset
Internal Graphics Mode Select
Video Function Configuration
DVMT Mode Select [DVMT Mode]
DVMT/FIXED Memory [256MB]
Selects the amount of system memory used by the internal graphics device.
Options
Fixed Mode
DVMT Mode
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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DVMT Mode Select
DVMT Mode Memory that is dynamically allocated based on memory
requests made by an application and are released back to
the system once the requesting application has been terminated.
Fixed Mode Non-contiguous pagelocked memory allocated during driver
initialization to provide a static amount of memory.
DVMT/FIXED Memory
Selects the graphics memory size used by the DVMT/Fixed mode.
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South Bridge Configuration
Power-Supply Type
Selects the type of power supply.
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
Chipset
пЃµ
South Bridge Chipset Configuration
USB Functions [Enabled]
USB 2.0 Controller [Enabled]
SMBUS Controller [Enabled]
Restore on AC Power Loss
Options
Disabled
Enabled
Off When power returns after an AC power failure, the system’s
power is off. You must press the Power button to power-on
the system.
On When power returns after an AC power failure, the system will
automatically power-on.
Former-Sts When power returns after an AC power failure, the system
will return to the state where you left off before power failure
occurs. If the system’s power is off when AC power failure
occurs, it will remain off when power returns. If the system’s
power is on when AC power failure occurs, the system will
power-on when power returns.
Power-Supply Type [ATX]
Restore on AC Power Loss [Power On]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Enabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
[Disabled]
PCIE Port 0 IOxAPIC Enable
PCIE Port 1 IOxAPIC Enable
PCIE Port 2 IOxAPIC Enable
PCIE Port 3 IOxAPIC Enable
PCIE Port 4 IOxAPIC Enable
PCIE Port 5 IOxAPIC Enable
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ +- F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Change Option
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
пЃµ
PCIE Ports Configuration
PCIE Port 0
PCIE Port 1
PCIE Port 2
PCIE Port 3
PCIE Port 4
PCIE Port 5
PCIE High Priority Port
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PCIE Port 0 to PCIE Port 5
USB Functions
Enables or disables a PCIE port.
Enables or disables the USB ports.
PCIE High Priority Port
USB 2.0 Controller
Selects the highest priority PCIE port.
Enables or disables the Enhanced Host Controller Interface (USB 2.0).
PCIE Port 0 IOxAPIC Enable to PCIE Port 5 IOxAPIC Enable
SMBUS Controller
Enables or disables the PCIE port IOxAPIC.
Enables or disables the SMBUS controller.
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Exit
Save Changes and Exit
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Exit Options
Save Changes and Exit
Discard Changes and Exit
Discard Changes
Load Optimal Defaults
Chipset
To save the changes and exit the Setup utility, select this field then press
<Enter>. A dialog box will appear. Confirm by selecting OK.
Exit
Exit system setup
after saving the
changes.
You can also press <F10> to save and exit Setup.
F10 key can be used
for this operation.
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Save Changes and Exit
Discard Changes and Exit
Discard Changes
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Select Screen
Select Item
Enter Go to Sub
Screen
F1 General Help
F10 Save and Exit
ESC Exit
Chipset
Exit
Exit system setup
after saving the
changes.
Exit Options
F10 key can be used
for this operation.
Load Optimal Defaults
Save configuration changes and exit setup?
[Ok]
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[Cancel]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter
F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Discard Changes and Exit
Discard Changes
To exit the Setup utility without saving the changes, select this field then
press <Enter>. A dialog box will appear. Confirm by selecting OK.
To discard the changes, select this field then press <Enter>. A dialog box
will appear. Confirm by selecting OK to discard all changes made and
restore the previously saved settings.
You can also press <ESC> to exit without saving the changes.
You can also press <F7> to discard the changes.
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Chipset
Exit
Exit system setup
without saving any
changes.
Exit Options
Save Changes and Exit
Discard Changes and Exit
Discard Changes
Main
[Cancel]
Chipset
Exit
Discards changes
done so far to any of
the setup questions.
Save Changes and Exit
Discard Changes and Exit
Discard Changes
F7 key can be used
for this operation.
Load Optimal Defaults
Discard changes and exit setup?
[Ok]
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Exit Options
ESC key can be used
for this operation.
Load Optimal Defaults
Advanced
Discard Changes?
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Select Screen
Select Item
Enter Go to Sub Screen
F1 General Help
F10 Save and Exit
ESC Exit
[Ok]
[Cancel]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter
F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Chapter 4: BIOS Setup
Load Optimal Defaults
To load optimal default values from the BIOS ROM, select this field then
press <Enter>. A dialog box will appear. Confirm by selecting OK.
You can also press <F9> to load optimal default values.
Main
Advanced
BIOS SETUP UTILITY
PCIPnP
Boot
Security
Chipset
Exit
Load Optimal Default
values for all the
setup questions.
Exit Options
Save Changes and Exit
Discard Changes and Exit
Discard Changes
F9 key can be used
for this operation.
Load Optimal Defaults
Load Optimal Defaults?
[Ok]
[Cancel]
в†ђ в†’
↑↓ Enter
F1 F10 ESC Select Screen
Select Item
Go to Sub Screen
General Help
Save and Exit
Exit
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Appendix A: Watchdog Timer
Appendix A: Watchdog Timer
Watchdog Timer Setting
CRFC6 (Default 0x00)
NSA 1120 features a watchdog timer that resets the CPU or generates an
interrupt if the processor stops operating for any reason. This feature ensures system reliability in industrial standalone or unmanned environments.
Watchdog Timer Time-out Value
Writing a non-zero value to this register causes the counter to load the
value to Watchdog Counter and start counting down. If Bit 7 and Bit 6 are
set, any Mouse Interrupt or Keyboard Interrupt event will also cause the
reload of previously-loaded non-zero value to Watchdog Counter and start
counting down. Reading this register returns current value in Watchdog
Counter.
Set pin 89 as a WDTO output. Write �0’ to CR2B[4].
1. Select timer type (Sec/Min). LD8 CRF5[3] (0: sec, 1: min)
2. Clear timeout status. Write �0’ to LD8 CRF7[4].
3. Set the timeout value. Meanwhile the timer will start to count down.
BIT
4. Write a value to LD8 CRF6. When a timeout occurs, pin 89 will become
active (high level).
7-0
5. CRF6 must be 0x0. Write another 0x00 to CRF6 (timeout disable) even
though it is already 0x00. Clear the timeout status. Write �0’ to LD8
CRF7[4]. pin 89 will fall at the same time.
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Definition
0x00 time-out disabled
0x01 time-out occurs after 1sec./min.
0x02 time-out occurs after 2 sec./min.
0x03 time-out occurs after 3 sec./min.
.
.
.
0xFF time-out occurs after 255 sec./min.
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Appendix A: Watchdog Timer
Watch Dog Sample Code
MOV AL, 0F6H
OUT
DX, AL
MOV AL, NUMBER OF TIME OUT VALUE IN SECENDS (0-255)
INCDX
OUT
DX, AL
;#########################################################
;ENTER THE SIO CONFIGURATION MODE
;#########################################################
MOV DX, 2EH
MOV AL, 87H
OUT
DX, AL
OUT
DX, AL
MOV AL, 07H
OUT
DX, AL
INCDX
MOV AL, 08H
OUT DX, AL
;#########################################################
;EXIT THE SIO CONFIGURATION MODE
;#########################################################
;POINT TO LOGICAL DEVICE NUMBER REG
MOV
MOV
OUT
DX, 2EH
AL, 0AAH
DX, AL
;#########################################################
;SET UNITS
;#########################################################
MOV DX, 2EH
MOV AL, 0F5H
OUT
DX, AL
INCDX
IN
AL, DX
AND
AL, NOT 8
;SECEND MODE.
OUT
DX, AL
;#########################################################
;SET TIME OUT VALUE
;#########################################################
MOV DX, 2EH
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Appendix B: GPI/O Programming Guide
Appendix B: GPI/O Programming Guide
This appendix provides definitions for the four GPI/O pins on NSA 1120.
GPI/O (General Purpose Input/Output) pins are provided for custom system
design. The pin programmed as input mode (GPI) or output mode (GPO)
depends on the configuration.
GPIO (J3)
Pin 3
Pin 5
Pin 7
Pin 9
Pin 4
Pin 6
Pin 8
Pin 10
GPIN10
GPIN11
GPIN12
GPIN13
GPOUT14
GPOUT15
GPOUT16
GPOUT17
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Appendix B: GPI/O Programming Guide
GPIO Sample Code
;CRF0 (GP10-GP17 I/O selection register. Default 0xFF)
;#########################################################
;When set to a �1’, respective GPIO port is programmed as an input port.
;MSB LSB
;When set to a �0’, respective GPIO port is programmed as an output port.
GPIO17 GPIO16 GPIO15 GPIO14 GPIO13 GPIO12 GPIO11 GPIO10
;#########################################################
;#########################################################
out 2eh, 0f0h
;#########################################################
out 2fh, f0h ;GPIO10-13 as output pin , GPIO14-17 as input pin
;Enable Configuration mode.
;#########################################################
;#########################################################
;CRF1 (GP10-GP17 data register. Default 0x00)
out 2eh, 87h
;If a port is programmed to be an output port, then its respective bit can
be read/written.
out 2eh, 87h
;If a port is programmed to be an input port, then its respective bit can
only be read.
;#########################################################
;Select logical device (GPIO1).
;#########################################################
;#########################################################
out 2eh, 0f1h
out 2eh, 07h
in 2fh
out 2fh, 07h
;#########################################################
;Activate GPIO Function.
;#########################################################
out 2eh, 30h
out 2fh, 01h
;#########################################################
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Appendix B: GPI/O Programming Guide
SW1
Read GPI12 Sample Code
mov dx,48Dh
in al,dx
and al,10h
;now al (bit4) is GPIO12 value.
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Appendix C: Bypass Specifications
Appendix C: Bypass Specifications
Power On State Bypass Control Status Register = Offset 0xF3
NSA 1120 provides LAN bypass functionality to ensure that data can still
pass through the device, even when it is powered off. This feature helps
ensure the continuous flow of data through the device in the event of a
hardware failure. For network security appliances deployed at the gateway, for example, it is crucial that they provide LAN bypass functionality to
ensure that hardware failure on these appliances will not bring down the
entire network.
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
W
X
X
X
X
W
W
Bypass Mode
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Segment 2
Segment 1
Power Off State Bypass Control Status Register = Offset 0xF7
Bypass Control Register Map
BTCR - Bypass Timer Configuration Register = Offset 0xF2
7
6
5
4
3
R
X
X
X
X
R/W
Timer
Expired
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Global Timeout Value
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1
0
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7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
X
X
X
X
X
X
W
W
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Not
Used
Segment 2
Segment 1
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Appendix C: Bypass Specifications
Bypass Control Register Bit Definitions
Bit Field
Bypass Timer Configuration Register (F2)
Bit Field
Name
Value
2:0
Timer value
000 = 0 second, timer immediately expired
001 = 1 second
010 = 2 seconds
011 = 4 seconds
100 = 8 seconds
101 = 16 seconds
110 = 32 seconds
111 = 64 seconds
Note: This is a write only field.
Upon reads these bit values are undefined.
A Timer value of 1 to 7 is required to be written before
expiration of the hardware timer. When the timer expires,
all segments which have been enabled in bits 2:0 of Power
ON state Bypass Control Status Register set relays closed
to form bypass segments. It is the responsibility of the
software to keep track of the time to ensure writes to this
register occur no greater than TimerValueInSeconds / 2. A
write of the timer value will automatically reset the expiration timer and set it to the value expressed in bit 2:0.
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Name
Value
3
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
4
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
5
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
6
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
7
Timer
expired
Read only bit:
0 = Timer has not expired
1 = Timer has expired
Note: A read operation on Bypass Timer Configuration
Register should not cause the timer value to refresh.
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Appendix C: Bypass Specifications
Power On State Bypass Control Status Register (F3)
Bit Field
Name
1:0
Segment
1 to 2
Bypass Mode Table
Value
Segment control bit mask. Each bit corresponds to a specific segment numbered 1 thru 2.
Write:
If a segment mask bit is set to false (0), no action on that
segment will take place.
If a segment mask bit has been set to true (1), action will
take place on this segment according to the bypass mode
settings in bits 7:6.
2
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
3
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
4
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
5
Not used
No activity taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
7:6
Bypass
mode
Bit 7
Bit 6
0
0
Ignore, no action taken.
Action
0
1
Force Enable - Engage bypass relays on segments enabled
in segment mask.
1
0
Force Disable - Disable bypass relays immediately on segments enabled in mask.
1
1
Timer Enable - Segments enabled in mask are under Timer
control.
These two bits defined the bypass mode for one or more
segments. These bits are Write only and on reads returns
undetermined values which will be ignored by the driver.
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Appendix C: Bypass Specifications
Power Off State Bypass Control Status Register (F7)
Bit Field
Name
0
Segment 1
0 = Set segment bypass disable when power off
1 = Set segment bypass enable when power off
Value
1
Segment 2
0 = Set segment bypass disable when power off
1 = Set segment bypass enable when power off
7:2
Not used
No active taken if written, value is undetermined and not
needed on read operation.
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