COVID-19 Notice from Island Computers
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HP 1 Port 8GB Fiberchannel SR Qlogic HBA for OpenVMS PCI-e F/W Rev. 5.06.006 or later.
PCIe 1-port, 8GB, Fiber Channel (FC) 81Q (QLogic) host bus adapter (HBA) board -
Includes one fully independent 2/4/8 Gb auto-negotiation short wave laser LC port - (SFP)
Requires one low profile (or full height) x8 PCIe slot. Spare Part No. 489190-001
For Cables and more for this products click here
Note to OpenVMS Users:
Do not use the Emulex version AH402A (which is for HP-UX) - The AH400A and AH401a are the only 8Gbit cards approved for the HP Integrity Series running OpenVMS
If you don't need the speed, then try the AD299A - 4Gbit version of this card.
HP-UX Installation Guide in PDF format - Click here
Note: Some Online vendors are selling a version of this card that is not corectly labelled with a 6 digit AXXXXA, but by another HP 6-3 part number.
This card, though physically identical, may contain a different version of firmware and PCI-ID which will not allow an HP Integrity HP-UX server to "claim" the device.
They WILL function in a Microsoft/Proliant Server and some versions of Linux. These will appear as "Fibere channel NVRAM Disabled / BIOS not enabled in an HP Integrity
These same issues apply to several Fiberchannel and Network cards, where HP has adopted & adapted their technology across multiple platforms.