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This page is intended to provide information on the various SGI machines, their Hardware IP numbers and Software IP numbers (where there is a difference) as well as port status on that machine. This information was borrowed from http://hardware.majix.org/computers/sgi/iptable.shtml.

HW IP SW IP Codename Model Name CPU Linux Support Comments
PM1   ? IRIS 1000 68000/68010 at 8Mhz Not Applicable Terminal, 10 slot chassis
PM1   ? IRIS 1200 68000/68010 at 8Mhz Not Applicable Terminal, 10 slot chassis
PM1   ? IRIS 1400 68000/68010 at 8Mhz Not Applicable Workstation, (disk & O/S)
IP1   ? IRIS 2000 68010 at 10Mhz Not Applicable Terminal, 10 slot chassis
IP1   ? IRIS 2200 68010 at 10Mhz Not Applicable Terminal, 20 slot chassis
IP1   ? IRIS 2400 68010 at 10Mhz Not Applicable Workstation, (disk & O/S)
IP1   ? IRIS 2500 68010 at 10Mhz Not Applicable Rack Workstation, (disk & O/S)
IP2   ? IRIS 3020 68020 at 16Mhz Not Applicable 10 GEs, 8 bits, 4/16 MB RAM
IP2   ? IRIS 3030 68020 at 16Mhz Not Applicable 10 GEs, 32 bits, 8/16 MB RAM
IP2   ? IRIS 3115 68020 at 16Mhz Not Applicable 12 GEs, 8 bits, 4/8 MB RAM
IP2   ? IRIS 3120 68020 at 16Mhz Not Applicable 12 GEs, 8 bits, 4/16 MB RAM, 72 MB disk
IP2   ? IRIS 3120B 68020 at 16Mhz Not Applicable 12 GEs, 8 bits, 4/16 MB RAM, 170 MB disk
IP2   ? IRIS 3130 68020 at 16Mhz Not Applicable 12 GEs, 32 bits, 8/16 MB RAM, FPU
R2300   ? 4D/60 R2300 at 8Mhz Not Supported  
IP4   ? 4D/70 R2000 at 12.5Mhz Not Supported VME bus
IP4   ? 4D/50 R2000 at 8Mhz Not Supported Marketing variant of 4D/70, VME bus
IP4.5 IP4 ? 4D/80,85 R2000 at 16.6Mhz Not Supported VME bus
IP5   ? 4D/1x0 2x R2000 at 16.67Mhz Not Supported MP bus, 1-2 cpu boards
IP6   ? 4D/20 R2000 at 12.5Mhz Not Supported Personal Iris
IP7   ? 4D/2x0 2x R3000 at 25Mhz Not Supported MP bus, 1-4 cpu boards
IP9 IP7 ? 4D/210 R3000 at 25Mhz Not Supported put memory onto cpu board to cut cost.
IP10   ? 4D/25 R2000 at 20Mhz Not Supported Personal Iris
IP12   ? Indigo R3k R3000 at 33Mhz In Progress  
IP14 IP12 ? 4D/30 R3000 at 30Mhz Not Supported redesign to fit the PI chassis
IP14 IP12 ? 4D/35 R3000 at 36Mhz Not Supported redesign to fit the PI chassis
IP13 IP7 ? 4D/3x0 1, 2x R3000 at 33Mhz Not Supported MP bus, 1-4 cpu boards
IP15 IP7 ? 4D/4x0 2x R3000 at 40Mhz Not Supported MP bus, 1-4 cpu boards
IP17   ? Crimson R4x00 at 100/150Mhz Not Supported  
IP19   ? Onyx L/XL 1,2,4x R4400 at 100,150,200,250 Mhz In Progress 1-6 cpu boards
IP19   ? Challenge L/XL 1,2,4x R4400 100,150,200,250 Mhz In Progress 1-9 cpu boards
IP20   ? Indigo R4k R4x00 at 100/150Mhz In Progress  
IP21   ? Power Onyx 1,2x R8000 75,90 Mhz Not Supported 1-6 cpu boards
IP21   ? Power Challenge 1,2x R8000 75,90 Mhz Not Supported 1-9 cpu boards
IP22   ? Indigo2 R4x00 at 100-250Mhz Well Supported  
IP24 IP22 ? Indy R4x00 at 100-175MHz Well Supported  
IP24 IP22 ? Indy R5000 at 150(180Mhz) Well Supported  
IP25   ? Onyx R10000 at 190Mhz In Progress  
IP25   ? Challenge R10000 at 190Mhz In Progress  
IP26   ? Power Indigo2 R8000 at 75Mhz Not Supported  
IP27   ? Onyx2 R10000 at 180-250Mhz Supported  
IP27   ? Origin 2000 R10000 at 180-250Mhz Supported  
IP29 IP27 ? Origin 200 R10000 at 180-250Mhz Supported  
IP31 IP27 ? Onyx2 R1x000 at 250-600MHz Supported  
IP31 IP27 ? Origin 200 R1x000 at 250-600MHz Supported  
IP28   Indigo2 R10000 at 175/195MHz Supported, unstable!  
IP30   SpeedRacer Octane R1x000 at 175-600MHz Supported  
IP32   ? O2 R5000 at 180-200Mhz Supported  
IP32   ? O2 R10000 at 180/195Mhz Supported, unstable!  
IP34 IP35 ? Fuel R1x000 at 400-700MHz Not Supported  
IP35   ? Origin 3000 R1x000 at 400-600MHz Not Supported  
IP45   ? Origin 300 R1x000 at 400-600MHz Not Supported  
IP53   ? Origin 350, Tezro   Not Supported  



Legend:
Well Supported means the machine is mostly functional, just small quirks and features that are unimplemented,
Supported means that the machine has booted or boots with a lot of work,
Supported, unstable! means that the machine boots but will crash unexpectedly due to bugs in the hardware,
In Progress means that there is an effort to port Linux to that machine, but it doesn't boot yet,
Not Supported means that there is not enough interest in a port to this machine,
Not Applicable means that the machine doesn't fall into the scope of Linux/MIPS.



See Also: http://hardware.majix.org/computers/sgi/iptable.shtml