HPE Synergy Cabling

Depending on your HPE Synergy configuration, HPE Synergy requires various types of cabling. To assist with planning and cabling HPE Synergy, the HPE Synergy Cabling Guide provides cabling scenarios and diagrams.

  • Management network cabling

    Cabling the management network includes cabling the frame link module LINK ports together to form a management ring (frame link topology) and cabling two frame link module MGMT ports to the management network.

  • HPE Synergy Image Streamer cabling

    Cabling for HPE Synergy Image Streamer OS deployment includes management cabling, HPE Synergy Image Streamer cabling, and interconnect cabling. HPE Synergy 12000 frames with HPE Synergy Image Streamer installed use each MGMT port in the frame for OS deployment. When HPE Synergy Image Streamer is installed in a frame, the MGMT ports are automatically dedicated to OS deployment and cannot be used for management network connectivity.

  • Interconnect module cabling

    HPE Synergy supports a composable fabric that spans multiple frames and includes master interconnect modules (switches) and satellite modules (links).

  • Power cabling

    HPE Synergy power cabling includes cabling multiple frames for power feed redundant power, cabling power supplies for power feed redundancy, and power cabling for both a single frame and multiple frame configurations.

  • HPE Synergy Console cabling

    Direct connections to the HPE Synergy Console are possible by connecting a laptop directly to a frame through the front panel or by connecting KVM to the frame link module.

For more information, see the HPE Synergy Cabling Guide at the Hewlett Packard Enterprise website (http://www.hpe.com/info/synergy-cabling-guide).