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How Connect two LTO to a 3600

Created: 29 Oct 2012 • Updated: 20 Mar 2015 | 5 comments
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Hello

Have a 3600 with license unlimited for a robot LTO external, and have a IBM 3200 With 2 Drives LTO.

¿How cable use to conect?  ¿need a Swith SAS?

Tx for the info

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CraigV's picture

Hi,

Download this document:  

Symantec Backup Exec’ 3600 R2 Appliance: Getting Started Guide
 
 
 Check pg. 30 and it will outline what you need to do in order to connect your library.
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NTT_AM's picture

Hello

The problem is , i have two LTO drives in Robot, and only 1 Cable SAS-SAS .

The question is, ¿how conect Two LTO drives with SAS, with one cable?  , use a cable Special (need link to oficial cale) o a Swith SAS?

The conector of HBA  is a SAS not a mini SAS (in other systems use a MIni-sas to 4x sas cable)

The manual not inform about thsi solutions of more one drive LTO SAS

prytzen's picture

Is this the cable you are looking for?

http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?seq=...

This is the cable that i am using

http://www.pcrush.com/product/Serial-Attached-SCSI...

It is a 1 to 4 cable MiniSAS on both ends

CraigV's picture

SAS switch MIGHT work, but if you have support with Symantec, open a case with them and ask them. There isn't any reason why it won't work, but rather confirm with them!

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BanksyMJ's picture

You could try a SAS Splitter cable. http://www.m2cables.us.com/4X-MiniSAS-SFF-8088-4-S...

The seller is in the US, but it gives you an idea of what you need to ask for when you contact your regular hardware supplier.

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