Physical to Logical Port Assignment

1 Introduction

There are a variety of hardware LoadMaster models to choose from. For details on each, consult the Kemp website: www.kemptechnologies.com.

The physical network ports and their logical assignment varies between models depending on the underlying hardware platform used.

1.1 Document Purpose

This document outlines the total number of Ethernet and Small Form-factor Pluggable (SFP+) ports on each hardware LoadMaster. Because the physical port labels on each LoadMaster model may vary, this document shows the factory default logical port label assignment.  

1.2 Intended Audience

This document is intended to be read by anyone who is interested in finding out the logical port label assignment when installing a hardware LoadMaster.

2 Logical Port Label Assignment

Refer to the sections below for details on the logical port label assignment.

2.1 LoadMaster LM-X3

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No. Item Description  
1.

PB2 LED

PB1 LED

Not used by LoadMaster OS

Indicates the LAN bypass

 

    BP1 and BP2 LED – On

Bypass enabled

    BP1 and BP2 LED – Off Bypass disabled
  PWR LED

Indicates the power status of the system

 

    LED – Green Power on
    LED – Off Power off
  HDD LED

Indicates the status of the Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

 

 

    LED – Yellow flashing

Indicates read/write activity of the HDD

    LED – Off Indicates no activity of HDD
2. Reset button Reset LoadMaster GPIO software button
3. RJ-45/Micro USB type console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45/Micro USB type connection  
4. USB 3.0 Ports (2) Allows to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
5. 1 Gb copper ethernet ports (8) 8 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect LAN network devices with LED indicators  
    ACT LED – Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
    ACT LED - Off Indicates no data activity
    LINK LED – Green Indicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
    LINK LED – Off Indicates no link

Port Location - Rear Panel

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Item No. Item Description
6. VGA port Used to connect an analog VGA monitor
7. Power switch Press to power-on or power-off the system
8. USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system
9. Power supply 250 W AC power supply

2.2 LoadMaster LM-X15

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No. Item Description  
1. RAID (Dual HDD) Built-in hardware RAID controller, supporting RAID 0 Disk mirroring - replicating of data to two or more disks. Good choice for applications requiring high performance and high availability
2. PB2 LED
PB1 LED
*Not used by LoadMaster OS
Indicates the LAN bypass

 

    BP1 and BP2 LED – On Bypass enabled
    BP1 and BP2 LED – Off Bypass disabled
  PWR LED Indicates the power status of the system
    LED – Green Power ON
    LED – Off Power Off
  HDD LED Indicates the status of the Hard Disk Drive (HDD)  
    LED – Yellow flashing Indicates read/write activity of the HDD
    LED – Off Indicates no activity of HDD
3. Reset button Reset LoadMaster  
4. RJ-45/Micro USB type console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45/Micro USB type connection  
5. USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
6. 1 Gb copper ethernet ports (16) 16 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect LAN network devices with LED indicators  
    ACT LED – Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
    ACT LED - Off Indicates no data activity
    LINK LED – Green Indicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
    LINK LED – Off Indicates no link
7. 10 Gb SFP+ ports (4) 4 x 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.  
    Activity LED Off - no network activity
      Blinking - network activity
    Link LED Off - no link (cable disconnected)
      Continuously illuminated – link

Port Location - Rear Panel

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No Item Description
8. VGA port Used to connect an analog VGA monitor
9. Power switch Press to power-on or power-off the system
10. Dual power supply 220 W AC by 1 and common redundant power supply (CPRS)

2.3 LoadMaster LM-X15-MT

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No. Item Description  
1. RAID (Dual HDD) Built-in hardware RAID controller, supporting RAID 0 Disk mirroring - replicating of data to two or more disks. Good choice for applications requiring high performance and high availability
2. PB2 LED
PB1 LED
*Not used by LoadMaster OS
Indicates the status of the LAN bypass

 

    BP1 and BP2 LED – On Bypass enabled
    BP1 and BP2 LED – Off Bypass disabled
  PWR LED Indicates the power status of the system
    LED – Green Power on
    LED – Off Power off
  HDD LED Indicates the status of the HDD  
    LED - Yellow flashing Indicates read/write activity of the HDD
    LED - Off Indicates no activity of HDD
3. Reset button Reset LoadMaster GPIO software button
4. RJ-45/Micro USB type console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45/Micro USB type connection  
5. USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
6. 1 Gb copper ethernet ports (16) 16 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect LAN network devices with LED indicators  
    ACT LED – Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
    ACT LED - Off Indicates no data activity
    LINK LED – Green Indicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
    LINK LED – Off Indicates no link
7. 10 Gb SFP+ ports (4) 4 x 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables  
    Activity LED Off - no network activity
    Blinking - network activity
    Link LED Off - no link (cable disconnected)
      Continuously illuminated - link

Port Location - Rear Panel

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Item No. Item Description
8. VGA port Used to connect an analog VGA monitor
9. Power switch Press to power-on or power-off the system
10. Dual power supply 220 W AC by 1 and common redundant power supply (CPRS)

2.4 LoadMaster LM-X25

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No. Item Description  
1. RAID (Dual HDD) Built-in hardware RAID controller, supporting RAID 0. Disk mirroring - replicating of data to two or more disks. Good choice for applications requiring high performance and high availability
2. ERR LED Error LED - LED red Indicates if the system is experiencing an error during operation
  STBY LED Standby LED – LED orange Indicates if the system is in sleep mode (system idle for too long)
  HDD LED Indicates the status of the HDD Indicates read/write activity of the HDD
    LED – Yellow flashing Indicates no activity of HDD
    LED – Off
  PWR LED Indicates the power status of the system  
    LED – Green Power on
    LED - Off Power off
3. RJ-45 console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45 type connection  
4. USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
5. 1 Gb copper ethernet ports (2) 2 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect network devices with LED indicators  
    Activity LED – Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
    Activity LED - Off Indicates no data activity
    Link LED – Green Indicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
    Link LED – Off Indicates no link
6. Reset button Reset LoadMaster GPIO software button
7. 10 Gb SFP+ ports (12) 12 x 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables Off - No link (cable disconnected)
      Continuously illuminated – Link
    Activity LED Off - no network activity
      Blinking - network activity
    Link LED Off - no link (cable disconnected)
      Continuously illuminated – link

Port Location - Real Panel

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Item No. Item Description
8. VGA port Used to connect an analog VGA monitor
9. Power switch Press to power-on or power-off the system
10. Dual power supply 700 W AC x1 and a common redundant power supply (CRPS)
11. USB 3.0 ports Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system

2.5 LoadMaster LM-X25-MT

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No. Item Description  
1. RAID (Dual HDD) Built-in hardware RAID controller, supporting RAID 0 Disk mirroring - replicating of data to two or more disks. Good choice for applications requiring high performance and high availability
2. ERR LED Error LED - LED red Indicates if the system is experiencing an error during operation
  STBY LED Standby LED – LED orange Indicates if the system is in sleep mode (system idle for too long)
  HDD LED Indicates the status of the HDD  
    LED – Yellow flashing Indicates read/write activity of the HDD
    LED – Off Indicates no activity of HDD
  PWR LED Indicates the power status of the system  
    LED – Green Power on
    LED – Off Power off
3. RJ-45 console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45 type connection  
4. USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
5. 1 Gb copper ethernet ports (2) 2 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect network devices with LED indicators  
    Activity LED – Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
    Activity LED - Off Indicates no data activity
    Link LED – Green Indicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
    Link LED – Off Indicates no link
6. Reset button Reset LoadMaster GPIO software button
7. 10 Gb SFP+ ports (12) 12 x 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables
    Activity LED Off - no network activity
      Blinking - network activity
    Link LED Off - no link (cable disconnected)
      Continuously illuminated - link

Port Location - Real Panel

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Item No. Item Description
8. VGA port Used to connect an analog VGA monitor
9. Power switch Press to power-on or power-off the system
10. Dual power supply 700 W AC x1 and a common redundant power supply (CRPS)
11. 3.0 USB ports Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system

2.6 LoadMaster LM-X40

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No. Item Description  
1. RAID (Dual HDD) Built-in hardware RAID controller, supporting RAID 0 Disk mirroring - replicating of data to two or more disks. Good choice for applications requiring high performance and high availability
2. ERR LED Error LED - LED red Indicates if the system is experiencing an error during operation
  STBY LED Standby LED – LED orange Indicates if the system is in sleep mode (system idle for too long)
  HDD LED Indicates the status of the HDD Indicates read/write activity of the HDD
    LED – Yellow flashing Indicates no activity of HDD
    LED – Off
  PWR LED Indicates the power status of the system
    LED - Green Power on
    LED - Off Power off
3. RJ-45 console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45 type connection  
4. USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
5. 1 Gb copper ethernet ports (2) 2 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect network devices with LED indicators  
    Activity LED – Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
    Activity LED - Off Indicates no data activity
    Activity LED – Green Indicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
    LINK LED – Off Indicates no link
6. Reset button Reset LoadMaster GPIO software button
7. 10 Gb SFP+ ports (12) 12 x 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables  
    Activity LED Off - No network activity
      Blinking - network activity
    Link LED Off - no link (cable disconnected)
      Continuously illuminated - link

Port Location - Real Panel

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Item No. Item Description
8. VGA port Used to connect an analog VGA monitor
9. Power switch Press to power-on or power-off the system
10. Dual power supply 700 W AC x1 and a common redundant power supply (CRPS)
11. 3.0 USB ports Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system
 

2.7 LoadMaster LM-X40-MT

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription 
1.RAID (Dual HDD)Built-in hardware RAID controller, supporting RAID 0 Disk mirroring - replicating of data to two or more disks. Good choice for applications requiring high performance and high availability
2.ERR LEDError LED - LED redIndicates if the system is experiencing an error during operation
 STBY LEDStandby LED – LED orange Indicates if the system in sleep mode (system idle for too long)
 HDD LEDIndicates the status of the HDD Bypass enabled
  LED – Yellow flashing LEDIndicates read/write activity of the HDD
  LED – OffIndicates no activity of HDD
 PWR LEDIndicates the power status of the system  
  LED – Green Power on
   LED – OffPower off
3.RJ-45 console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45 type connection  
4.USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
5.1 Gb copper ethernet ports (2) 2 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect network devices with LED indicators  
  ACT LED – Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
  ACT LED - Off Indicates no data activity
   LINK LED – GreenIndicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
  LINK LED – OffIndicates no link
6.Reset buttonReset LoadMaster GPIO software button
7.10 Gb SFP+ ports (12) 12 x 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables  
  Activity LEDOff - no network activity
   Blinking - network activity
  Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)
   Continuously illuminated - link

Port Location - Rear Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
8.VGA portUsed to connect an analog VGA monitor
9.Power switchPress to power-on or power-off the system
10.Dual power supply700 W AC x1 and a common redundant power supply (CRPS)
11.3.0 USB ports Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system

2.8 LoadMaster LM 8020-FIPS

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
1.Power on indicator/Power buttonThe power-on indicator lights green when the system power is on. The power button controls the power supply output to the system
2.NMI buttonNot functional
3.System identification buttonWhen pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.
4.VGA portAllows you to connect a VGA display to the system
5.LCD Menu buttons Allows you to navigate the control panel LCD menu
5a.LCD Left button Moves the cursor back in one-step increments
5b.LCD Select button Selects the menu item highlighted by the cursor
5c.LCD Right button Moves the cursor forward in one-step increments
6.LCD panel Displays system ID, status information, and system error messages.
   LCD backlight Blue – indicates normal system operation
  LCD backlight Amber – indicates system error and displays the error code
  LCD backlight Off – indicates system in standby mode. Can be turned on by pressing any of the LCD Menu buttons.
7.SD card slot for vFlash Not functional
8.USB connectors (2) Allows you to connect USB devices to the system
9.System service tag A slide out label indicating the system service tag, MAC address, and NIC.

Port Location - Back Panel

Item No.ItemDescription 10.System identification button When pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.  11.System identification connector Not functional  12.iDRAC8 port Dedicated management port  13.2x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Two 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables. A   Activity LEDOff - no network activity    Blinking - network activity   Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)    Continuously illuminated – link14.Serial/console port Allows you to connect the system to a serial device  15.VGA port Allows you to connect a VGA display to the system  16.USB 2.0 connectors (2) Allows you to connect USB 2.0 / 1.0 devices to the system  17.2x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Two 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.    Activity LEDOff - no network activity    Blinking - network activity    Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)    Continuously illuminated – link18.4x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Four 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.    Activity LEDOff - no network activity    Blinking - network activity   Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)    Continuously illuminated – link19.Dual power supply 7550 W AC power supply  

2.9 LoadMaster LM-8020 and LM-8020M

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
1.Power on indicator/power buttonThe power-on indicator lights green when the system power is on. The power button controls the power supply output to the system
2.NMI buttonNot functional
3.System identification buttonWhen pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.
4.VGA portAllows you to connect a VGA display to the system
5.LCD Menu buttons Allows you to navigate the control panel LCD menu
5a.LCD Left button Moves the cursor back in one-step increments
5b.LCD Select button Selects the menu item highlighted by the cursor
5c.LCD Right button Moves the cursor forward in one-step increments
6.LCD panel Displays system ID, status information, and system error messages.
   LCD backlight Blue – indicates normal system operation
  LCD backlight Amber – indicates system error and displays the error code
  LCD backlight Off – indicates system in standby mode. Can be turned on by pressing any of the LCD Menu buttons.
7.SD card slot for vFlash Not functional
8.USB connectors (2) Allows you to connect USB devices to the system
9.System service tag A slide out label indicating the system service tag, MAC address, and NIC.

Port Location – Rear Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription 
10.System identification button When pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.  
11.System identification connector Not functional  
12.iDRAC8 port Dedicated management port  
13.2x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Two 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.  
  Activity LEDOff - no network activity
   Blinking - network activity
  Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)
   Continuously illuminated – link
14.Serial/console port Allows you to connect the system to a serial device  
15.VGA port Allows you to connect a VGA display to the system  
16.USB connectors (2) Allows to connect USB devices to the system  
17.4x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Four 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.  
  Activity LEDOff - no network activity
   Blinking - network activity
   Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)
 Blinking - network activity Continuously illuminated – link
18.2x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Two 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.  
  Activity LEDOff - no network activity
   Blinking - network activity
  Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)
   Continuously illuminated – link
19.Dual power supply 750 W AC power supply  

2.10 LoadMaster LM-8000 and 8010-MT

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
1.Power on indicator/power buttonThe power-on indicator lights green when the system power is on. The power button controls the power supply output to the system
2.NMI buttonNot functional
3.System identification buttonWhen pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.
4.VGA portAllows you to connect a VGA display to the system
5.LCD Menu buttons Allows you to navigate the control panel LCD menu
5a.LCD Left button Moves the cursor back in one-step increments
5b.LCD Select button Selects the menu item highlighted by the cursor
5c.LCD Right button Moves the cursor forward in one-step increments
6.LCD panel Displays system ID, status information, and system error messages.
   LCD backlight Blue – indicates normal system operation
  LCD backlight Amber – indicates system error and displays the error code
  LCD backlight off – indicates system in standby mode. Can be turned on by pressing any of the LCD Menu button.
7.SD card slot for vFlash Not functional
8.USB connectors (2) Allows you to connect USB devices to the system
9.System service tag A slide out label indicating the system service tag, MAC address, and NIC.

Port Location – Rear panel

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Item No.ItemDescription 
10.System identification button When pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.  
11.System identification connector Not functional  
12.iDRAC8 port Dedicated management port  
13.Serial/console port Allows you to connect the system to a serial device  
14.VGA port Allows you to connect a VGA display to the system  
15.USB connectors (2) Allows you to connect USB devices to the system  
16.2x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Two 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.  
  Activity LED Off - no network activity
   Blinking - network activity
   Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)
 Continuously illuminated – link
17.4x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Four 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.  
  Activity LEDOff - no network activity
   Blinking - network activity
  Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)
   Continuously illuminated – link
18.Dual power supply 750 W AC power supply  

2.11 LoadMaster LM-5600 and LM-5610

Port Location – Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
1.Power on indicator/power buttonThe power-on indicator lights green when the system power is on. The power button controls the power supply output to the system
2.NMI buttonNot functional
3.System identification buttonWhen pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.
4.VGA portAllows you to connect a VGA display to the system
5.Diagnostic indicatorThe diagnostic indicator lights up to display error status
6.USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB devices to the system
7.System service tag A slide out label indicating the system service tag, MAC address, and NIC

Port Location - Rear Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
8.Serial/console port Allows you to connect the system to a serial device
9.VGA portAllows you to connect a VGA display to the system
10.2x 1 Gb ethernet ports Two integrated 10/100/1000 Mbps NIC connectors
11.USB connectors (2) Allows you to connect USB devices to the system
12.System status indicator Blue – indicates normal system operation
  Blinks amber – indicates system has an error and needs attention
13.System identification buttonWhen pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.
14.2x 1 Gb ethernet ports Two integrated 10/100/1000 Mbps NIC connectors
 Activity LEDOff – indicates NIC not connected to the network
  Blinking green – indicates network data being sent or received
 Link LEDOff – indicates NIC not connected to the network
  Green – indicates NIC connected to a valid network at its maximum port speed
  Amber – indicates NIC connected to a valid network at less than its maximum port speed
15.2x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Two 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.
 Activity LED Off - No network activity
 Blinking - network activity
 Link LEDOff - no link (cable disconnected)
  Continuously illuminated – link
16.Dual power supply 550 W AC power supply x2

2.12 LoadMaster LM-4000

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
1.Power on indicator/power buttonThe power-on indicator lights green when the system power is on. The power button controls the power supply output to the system
2.NMI buttonNot functional
3.VGA portAllows you to connect a VGA display to the system
4.Health indicatorSolid blue – indicates system is on and in good health
  Blinks amber – indicates system is on and an error exits or system is in standby mode
5.Hard-drive Indicator Blinks green – indicates hard drive activity
6.Electrical indicator Blinks amber – indicates electrical error such as failed power supply or voltage out of range, and so on
7.Temperature Indicator Blinks amber – indicates thermal error such as fan failure, temperature out of range, and so on
8.System status indicator Blue – indicates normal system operation
  Blinks amber – indicates system has error and needs attention
9.System identification buttonWhen pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.
10.USB 3.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 3.0/2.0/1.1 devices to the system
11.System service tag A slide out label indicating the system service tag, MAC address, and NIC.
12.DVD optical drive (will not be included in any future orders) Optional SATA DVD +/- RW drive

Port Location - Rear Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
13.Serial/Console port Allows you to connect the system to a serial device
14.2x 10 Gb SFP+ ports Two 10 Gbps supporting fiber optic and direct-attach copper (DAC) cables.
 Activity LED Off - No network activity
  Blinking - Network activity
Link LEDOff - No link (cable disconnected)
  Continuously illuminated – link
15.VGA portAllows you to connect a VGA display to the system
16.eSATA + USB Connectors (2) eSATA – allows you to connect to additional storage devices
  USB - allows you to connect USB devices to the system
17.2x 1 Gb Ethernet ports Two integrated 10/100/1000 Mbps NIC connectors
 Link indicator Off – indicates NIC not connected to the network
  Green – indicates NIC connected to a valid network at its maximum port speed
  Amber – indicates NIC connected to a valid network at less than its maximum port speed
 Activity indicatorOff – indicates NIC not connected to the network
  Blinking green – indicates network data being sent or received
18.System status indicator Blue – indicates normal system operation
  Blinks amber – indicates system has error and needs attention
19.System identification buttonWhen pressed on either the front or rear panel, flashes to locate the system in the rack. Press the button again to stop flashing.
20.Power supply 250 W AC power supply
21.Retention clip to secure power cable Secures the power cable

2.13 LoadMaster LM-3400

Port Location – Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription 
1.Reset buttonReset LoadMaster GPIO software button
2.RJ-45 console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45/Micro USB type connection  
3.USB 2.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
4.1 Gb copper ethernet ports (8) 8 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect LAN network devices with LED indicators  
   Activity LED - Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
  Activity LED - Off Indicates no data activity
   Link LED – GreenIndicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
  Link LED – OffIndicates no link
5.Power LEDIndicates the power status of the system  
  LED - GreenPower on
  LED - OffPower off
 SSD LEDIndicates the status of the Solid State Disk (SSD) 
  LED - Yellow flashingIndicates read/write activity of the SSD
  LED - OffIndicates no activity of SSD

Port Location - Rear Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
6.VGAUsed to connect an analog VGA monitor
7.USB 2.0 portsAllows you to connect USB 2.0/1.1 devices to the system
8.Power supply200 W AC power supply
9.Power switchPress to power-on or power-off the system

2.14 LoadMaster LM-3000

Port Location - Front Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription 
1.Reset buttonReset LoadMaster GPIO software button
2.RJ-45/ console port Used to connect console devices with RJ45/Micro USB type connection  
3.USB 2.0 ports (2) Allows you to connect USB 2.0/1.1 devices to the system  
4.1 Gb copper ethernet ports (4) 4 x 1 GB copper ports used to connect LAN network devices with LED indicators  
   Activity LED - Yellow blinking Indicates data activity
  Activity LED - Off Indicates no data activity
   Link LED – GreenIndicates data 1 G and 10/100 MB
  Link LED – OffIndicates no link
5.Power LEDIndicates the power status of the system  
  LED - GreenPower on
  LED - OffPower off
 SSD LEDIndicates the status of the Solid State Disk (SSD) 
  LED - Yellow flashingIndicates read/write activity of the SSD
  LED - OffIndicates no activity of SSD

Port Location - Rear Panel

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Item No.ItemDescription
6.VGAUsed to connect an analog VGA monitor
7.USB 2.0 ports Allows you to connect USB 2.0/1.1 devices to the system
8.Power supply 200 W AC power supply
9.Power switch Press to power-on or power-off the system

Last Updated Date

This document was last updated on 28 August 2019.

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