MVME328S and MVME328XT high performance SCSI controller
vs0 at vmes0 addr 0xffff9000 ipl 2
vs1 at vmes0 addr 0xffff9800 ipl 2
vs2 at vmes0 addr 0xffff4800 ipl 2
vs3 at vmes0 addr 0xffff5800 ipl 2
vs4 at vmes0 addr 0xffff7000 ipl 2
vs5 at vmes0 addr 0xffff7800 ipl 2
provides access to the Interphase 4210
‘Jaguar’, 4220 and 4220W ‘Cougar’, also sold as
the Motorola MVME328, MVME328S and MVME328XT VME boards. Depending on the
version, these boards provide up to two single-ended or differential, narrow
or wide SCSI interfaces. Dual-channel boards do not necessarily have channels
of the same type. On ‘Jaguar’ boards, the
driver cannot report whether a channel is
single-ended or differential. It is recommended to be very careful if the type
of the channel is not known with certitude.
The following table lists the channel configuration for Motorola MVME328 boards.
The following table lists the channel configuration for Motorola MVME328S
The card's base address (matching the addr
on the configuration line) is defined through a set of jumpers on the card.
The card address is controlled with nine jumpers, labeled “JB1” on
the board, near the fuse in a corner of the card. They are contiguous to the
“JA7” single jumper and “JA8” dual jumper, located
immediately to the left of the “JB1” block.
The only supported configurations are:
The card address is controlled with two sets of eleven jumpers – which
label will depend on the card model and artwork revision. These jumpers are
located between the two VME P1 and P2 connectors. With the card oriented so
that the VME connectors are at the bottom, the bottom row of eleven jumpers
should have the leftmost jumper set and the ten rightmost jumpers open.
The only supported configurations for the top row are:
The daughterboard providing access to the second SCSI channel does not work
if the first SCSI channel is