This section identifies the main physical features of the Local Manager.
The Local Manager uses lights to communicate operational status. The Ethernet and serial connectors on the Local Manager have link and activity indicator lights.
The Uplogix 5000 provides 6 on-board serial ports and supports two expansion cards.
Learn more: Expansion Cards
The Uplogix 500 is a small form factor Local Manager offering a fixed set of console ports for connection to managed devices.
There are six serial ports that can be connected to managed devices including an intelligent power controller.
The Uplogix 3200 may be customized by adding additional ports through the two modular expansion bays.
The leftmost bay in the 3200 is designated slot 1 in the system and the rightmost bay as slot 2. Each expansion bay can be used to add either four, eight or sixteen serial ports or four, eight or sixteen dedicated Ethernet ports. Dedicated Ethernet ports are paired with serial ports to enhance management capabilities for some devices by providing direct Ethernet connections between the Local Manager and the managed devices.
Keypad - Illuminated when the 3200 is powered on; provides power and reset functionality and basic configuration capabilities.
Front panel display - Illuminated when the 3200 is powered on; presents status messages and selections for power, reset, and basic configuration options.
Power indicators on the back of the chassis - Two LEDs show the status of the power supply. The lower LED indicates whether there is power to the primary power supply; this is the plug on the right.
The Uplogix 430 is a small form factor Local Manager offering a fixed set of console ports for connection to managed devices.
There are five serial ports that can be connected to managed devices, where one port is dedicated for connection to an intelligent power controller.
Power indicator - Illuminates to show that power is connected.
Reset/power off switch - Allows you to restart or shut down the Local Manager.
After the Local Manager is powered off, physically disconnect and then reconnect the power cable to power on the Local Manager.
System health indicator - Illuminates to show that the Local Manager is operational. Blinks to show that an upgrade, reset, or power off operation is in progress.
Link integrity and activity indicators on RJ-45 connectors - The Ethernet and serial connectors have link and activity indicator lights. One of the lights on the RJ-45 connector illuminates when low-level connectivity is established. The other light shows activity on the connection.