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Sun server connections.

Sun server connections.

Sun server connections.

I have a Sun System V210 blade server and I don't know how to connect it to my desktop so that I can use it to it's fullest capcity. What cabels do I need it has no video card so I can't use a monitor on it? The server has a serial mgt. port, net mgt. port and serial port as well as 4 10/100/1000 ethernet ports, 2 USB's and a skiiny looking port market with a "<-" semble inside a box.

RE: Sun server connections.

Have you set the box up via the serial or net management port?

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RE: Sun server connections.

IT hasn't really been setup at all I've never used a blade server before so I'm not sure where to start to access what is on the unit, to my knowledge it has never been used. I want to change the operating system on it to something I am familiar with. I know nothing of Solaris unless you know someone that wants to buy it for a good price?, I plugged it in and it does turn on.

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