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    Did I brick one of my BPN-SAS2-846EL1 backplanes?

    PM me, i can get you a copy.
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    Did I brick one of my BPN-SAS2-846EL1 backplanes?

    actually while smc tools itself doesn't have an ethernet option the sas2x chipset from lsi does support ethernet communications and the xflash.exe util that the smc.exe tool is a wrapper for, does have options for ethernet.... i would say that that "usb" port probably is an ethernet port in...
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    Did I brick one of my BPN-SAS2-846EL1 backplanes?

    it can be done. I already ordered a used backplane off ebay, so i figured i had nothing to lose by messing around with this one. I got a breakout usb to ttyl adapter on my windows laptop. I have a bpn-sas2-836eL1. using a DMM i figured out pin 2 is grnd... i deduced pin 4 was vcc, even...
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    Did I brick one of my BPN-SAS2-846EL1 backplanes?

    SO it looks like i may have just fried a backplane by applying the wrong firmware to the wrong region.... pclausen, did you ever resolve this? Ever figure out the uart pinout? or just send it in? Putzing around with my DMM Pin 2 seems like ground and pin 4 seems like vcc.. leaving 1 and 3 for...
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