You could also maint mode boot (ctrl-c for special boot menu, option 5) and see what fc commands are available. The parts descriptions on the order sheet will tell you if the parts are with part number and an "initiator" or "target" description.
For a FAS3140, x1128a (dual port) and x1130a (quad port) are FCP Target HBAs. x2054A/B and x2055A are Initiator HBAs.
If you see FCP licensed on the system (see the order if you can't boot the system)... then if there is an x1128a or x1130a, then the onboard ports (0a-0d) should all be initiator mode. If there are no target FCP hbas, then 0c and 0d should be target mode and 0a and 0b should be in initiator mode. Supported FCP targets are either all onboard or offboard (PCI slots) without a mix of onboard/pci. Initiiator ports can be both on and offboard (pci). So, with FCP licensed at shipment, if there are target HBAs or not, you can determine the ports. "fcadmin config" will show onboard mode of initiator/target/diabled. "fcp show adapters" will show all fcp target hbas.
Ok what exactly are you looking to achive? Do you want a working system. Is it clustered or single controller? How many disk have you got.
The Flash has a limited amount of function. as said above you can interupt the boot by ctlr+c and select option 5 for maint mode or 4(4a) to zero disks (if you have no data on them) to prepair the filer for a new os.
To be honest If you have no clue on NetApp its wise to call your reseller or NetApp for help.
Re: How to determine if HBA is initiator or target