Differential SCSI vs. SE ?

From: Paul Thompson <thompson_at_new.rr.com>
Date: Wed Feb 12 17:43:26 2003

You would need a different SCSI card. Or perhaps a signal converter DWZZB
like thing (although you would be running the DWZZB in "reverse"). As you
probably know, the HSZ -> storage scsi is all SE, just the port back to
the host is differential.

On Wed, 12 Feb 2003, Fred N. van Kempen wrote:

> All,
> Now that I inherited a nice set of StorageWorks enclusures with
> an HSZ40C controller, I might as well use it, no? I plan on
> connecting it to the primary file server of my "fun" network
> (also known as VAXlab, aka pdp11.nl) so I'll have more (and safer)
> storage there.
> Only prob is.. the HSZ40C has a diff-scsi port, whereas the machines
> have SE.
> Is this easily converted with a cable, or will I be doing resistor-
> balancing and/or use a signal converter box?
> Thx,
> Fred

Received on Wed Feb 12 2003 - 17:43:26 GMT

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