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HP Integrity PCIe 2-port 10GbE-SR Fabric Adapter
For HP integrity servers running OpenVMS and HP-UX .
Includes 2 x AT139A 10Gb Short range SFP for MMF up to 300M
Note this is the only 10gbit ethernet adapter qualified for rx2800 i4 and i6. This replaces the AT118A
For other Transceivers/SFP's, parts or if using Long range fiber click here.
Product & Install Guide for AM225A and AM232A AM233A (same base PCI-e card)
SFP/transceivers are required for functionality. Long Range or Copper are available at a slightly higher cost.
Please call us, order online, or use the contact form for a quote.
HP Integrity PCI-e 2-port 10GbE SR Adapter AM225A - Part No AT139A - click here
HP Integrity PCI-e 2-port 10GbE LR Adapter AM232A - Part No J9151A - click here
HP Integrity PCI-e 2-port 10GbE Cu Adapter AM233A - Part No Click Here - based on cable length
For use in rx2800 i2 rx2800 i4 rx2660 rx6600 rx3600 Superdome with PCI-e backplane.
Does not work on PCI-X based systems. System requires 2GB memory per adapter to correctly function.
HP Renew Reference Part No. AM225AR
Note: Some Online vendors are selling a version of this card that is not corectly labelled AM225A, but by another HP 6-3 part number.
This card, though physically identical, contains a different version of firmware and PCI-ID which will not allow an HP Integrity runng HP-UX to "claim" the device.
These non-working cards can be found at online stores for only $100-140. They WILL function in a Microsoft/Proliant Server and some versions of Linux.
This same issue applies to several Fiberchannel and Network cards, where HP has adapted their technology across multiple platforms.