Uplogix Local Management Platforms

The Uplogix Local Manager (LM) is the management device that is directly connected to managed network devices and servers and that runs the Uplogix Local Management Software (LMS).

Uplogix offers purpose-specific hardware platforms for running Uplogix Local Management Software (LMS). While customers can install LMS on their own servers, the purpose-specific Uplogix Local Managers offer a number of advantages including:

  • Pre-installation of Uplogix LMS with no hardware configuration required to create the Local Manager
  • More cost effective than purchasing both a server and a console server
  • Compact form factor that combines the functionality of a management server and a console server into a single 1U device
  • Extremely power efficient with low temperature emissions (as low as 14W to 30W depending on unit)
  • 2X longer expected service life than most servers, no moving parts for maximum reliability
  • Broader range of operating environmental conditions (up to 45° C, 80% humidity)

Uplogix 5000

Uplogix’ flagship Local Manager, the Uplogix 5000 is available in models that can manage 6, 14, or 22 devices including a managed power supply. The Uplogix 5000 is a scalable and robust local management platform for enterprises that need to manage an ever-growing infrastructure of distributed networking gear, servers and other IT devices located at remote sites, branch locations and data centers.

ports on the Uplogix 5000

Technical Specifications

System

  • Intel 1.3GHz Atom CPU
  • 1GB RAM
  • 40GB 2.5” SSD solid state local storage
  • Up to 22 Serial Ports (RS-232) for direct connection to managed devices (If unused, external modem port may also be used for managed device access).  Up to 8 dedicated 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet connections.
  • Field installable internal modems: v.92, cellular, DB9
  • Management interfaces: Two 10/100/1000 Mbps BaseT Ethernet interfaces (with failover support) and one RS-232 console port
  • Peripheral connectivity: One RS232 power management port, one RJ-11 modem port, and two USB ports
  • Dual AC power supply

Dimensions and Weight

Height, Width and Depth:

  • 43.2 mm (1.7 in.) x 445 mm (17.5 in.) x 216 mm (8.5 in.) ; 1 rack unit (1RU), standard mounting hardware included
  • 3.72 kg (8.2 lbs.)

Operating Environment

Power Consumption:

  • Power supply: redundant internal universal power (100-240 VAC) 50/60 Hz, 40 W (136.48 BTU)
  • 0° C to 45° C (32° F to 113° F) / 20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing

Regulatory:

  • Emissions: FCC class A sub part B
  • Safety: TUV
  • RoHS compliant


Uplogix 500

The Uplogix 500 is a full featured, compact and cost effective Local Manager capable of managing six network devices including a managed power supply. It is ideal for branch offices and remote applications where space is at a premium.

ports on the Uplogix 3200

Technical Specifications

System

  • Network interfaces: Supports up to 6 network devices (including a managed power supply) via serial (RS-232)
  • Management interfaces: Two 10/100/1000 Mbps BaseT Ethernet interfaces (with failover support) and one RS-232 console port
  • On-board storage: 30GB SSD
  • Peripheral connectivity: One RS232 power management port, one RJ-11 modem port, and two USB ports

Dimensions and Weight:

  • Width x Height x Depth: 165 mm (6.5 in.) x 43 mm (1.7 in.) x 134 mm (5.25 in.); 1 rack unit (1RU), standard mounting hardware included
  • Weight: 1.2 kg (1.7 lbs.)

Operating Environment

  • Power Supply: Redundant internal universal power (100-240 VAC) 50/60 Hz, 20 W (68.24 BTU)
  • 0° C to 45° C (32° F to 113° F) / 20% to 80% relative humidity, non-condensing

Regulatory

  • Emissions: FCC class A sub part B
  • Safety: TUV
  • RoHS Compliant

 

We needed a remote management solution that would be our ‘eyes and ears’ and proactively manage devices, fix problems and secure the WAN. Since deploying Uplogix Automated Remote Management, our administrators spend less time reacting to network problems, are confident that the environment is secure and are now dedicating time to proactively improve the network and enhance the customer experience.”

— Rodney Moore,
Technical Director, Sungard Collegis