Will be replacing the fans inside of the SX6036 and didn't want to cannabalize the original fan connectors.
Will be making an adapter to the standard 4 pin connectors that we're all used to.
I've ordered this:
3.3US $ 45% OFF|20pairs Micro 1.25mm Picoblade 4 Pin Connector Male Female with...
Sorry but why did you have to get that specific Aquantia transceiver?
Aren't the Brocade switches not picky at all and actually will run most transceivers?
I bought the HiFiber Transceiver listed in the above...
I'm assuming it's a way to flash the BMC firmware.
Based on this BIOS_PH1 header which says that a PH1 header is to flash the BIOS.
So making the logical assumption that BMC_PH1 = header to flash firmware for BMC.
Just tested it on my board and I can confirm that it doesn't work. I'm also on 3.02. Seems like when they added the fan control table, they removed the ipmi commands to do manual fan control. Seems kinda unnecessary to remove it.
I'm assuming 2.20 is the last version that actually has the raw...
You both don't need to.
Just grab the latest BMC and IPMI off their download page and those will give you fan settings.
to actually answer your question. Yes I have. I've used the raw commands to do it and they work fine. I used supermicro's windows `SMCIPMITool` to do it...
That's the extremely weird thing about the cables that came with the board...
It comes with OcuLink to 4 x SATA breakout but are apparently supposed to be used with U.2 drives?
It also comes with Mini SAS HD to 4 x U.2 connector breakout.
Not sure why that was the case when SATA doesn't work...
I've seen that. Was specifically asking for that users configuration since he claimed that he was able to get it working.
I've switched jumper configuration and tested in every configuration and nothing worked to get the drives detected in both UEFI and ESXi.
I have an X570D4I-2T that does...