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Barracuda Backup

Barracuda Backup Panel Indicators, Ports, and Connectors

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This article refers to the Barracuda Backup Legacy Release firmware or newer.

The illustrations in this article are based on current hardware models, however, models differ based on release date and may change in the future. If your appliance connections differ from those shown in this article, refer to the Barracuda Backup Datasheet on the Barracuda website, or contact Barracuda Technical Support for additional information.

Barracuda Backup Models 190, 290, 390, 490, and 690, and Barracuda Encrypted Backup Model 6090

Figure 1. Models 190, 290, 390, 490, and 690, and Model 6090 Power and Disk Activity Indicator Lights.

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Table 1. Models 190, 290, 390, 490, and 690, and Model 6090 Front Panel Power and Disk Activity Indicator Lights.

Component NameDescription
Power ButtonPush to power on the Barracuda Backup appliance, and tap to safely reboot the appliance.
Reset ButtonPush for 5 seconds to reset the Barracuda Backup appliance.
Power LightDisplays a solid blue light when the system is powered on.
Disk LightDisplays a solid green light and blinks during disk activity.

 

Figure 2. Model 190 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 2. Model 190 Rear Panel Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDetails
Mouse PortOptional. Mouse port.
Keyboard PortOptional. PS2 keyboard connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
HDMI PortOptional. HDMI video connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
Network PortNetwork connection.
Serial PortOptional. Serial device connection.
Power SupplyPower supply input.


Figure 3. Model 290 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 3. Model 290 Rear Panel Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDetails
Power SupplyPower supply input.
Mouse PortOptional. Mouse port.
Keyboard PortOptional. PS2 keyboard connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
HDMI PortOptional. HDMI video connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
Network PortNetwork connection.
Serial PortOptional. Serial device connection.


Figure 4. Model 390 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 4. Model 390 Rear Panel Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDetails
Power Supply(1)Power supply input.
Mouse PortOptional. Mouse port.
Keyboard PortOptional. PS2 keyboard connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
Dual Link DVI-D PortOptional. Digital monitor connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
HDMI PortOptional. HDMI video connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
Network PortNetwork port.
Note: (1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.


Figure 5. Model 490 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 5. Model 490 Rear Panel Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDetails
Power SupplyPower supply input.(1)
Power SwitchPower switch.
Mouse PortOptional. Mouse port.
Keyboard PortOptional. PS2 keyboard connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
Serial PortOptional. Serial device connection.
Dual Link DVI-D PortOptional. Digital monitor connection.
HDMI PortOptional. HDMI video connection.
USB Ports (2)Optional. USB device connection.
Network PortNetwork port.
Note: (1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.


Figure 6. Model 690 and Model 6090 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 6. Model 690 and Model 6090 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDetails
Power SupplyPower supply input.(1)
Power SwitchPower switch.
Serial PortOptional. Serial device connection.
IPMI PortIntelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.
Note: (1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

Barracuda Backup Models 790 through 995, and Barracuda Encrypted Backup Models 8090 and 9090

Figure 7. Models 790 through 995, and Models 8090 and 9090 Power and Disk Activity Indicator Lights.

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Table 7. Model 790 through 995, and Models 8090 and 9090 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Component NameDescription
Power Supply/Internal Fan

Power supply and internal fan issue indicators:

  • Continuously on and red – An overheat condition has occurred; this may be caused by cable congestion.
  • Blinking red (1Hz) – Fan failure, check for an inoperative fan.
  • Blinking red (0.25Hz) – Power failure; check for non-operational power supply.
  • Solid blue – Local UID has been activated; use this function to locate the server in a rack-mount environment.
  • Blining blue (300 mSEC) – Remote UID is on; initiate this function from a remote location to identify the appliance.
Network Activity (2)Blinks green to indicate network activity.
Disk LightDisplays a solid orange light and blinks during disk activity.
Power Light

Displays a solid green light when the system is powered on.

Reset ButtonPush for 5 seconds to reset the Barracuda Backup appliance.
Power ButtonPush to power on the Barracuda Backup appliance, and tap to safely reboot the appliance.


Figure 8. Models 790 and 890 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 8. Models 790 and 890 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator
Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.


Figure 9. Models 791 and 891 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 9. Models 791 and 891 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.
10 Gigabit Fiber Card

Optional. Use a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver module:

  • SFP – Use SFP for 1/4 Gigabit/second throughput; you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • SFP+ – Use SFP+ for 10 Gigabit/second throughput (included); you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • Vendor-Specific SFP – If you are using a vendor-specific module in your environment, simply remove the Barracuda provided SFP and replace with other vendor.

By default the top port is active.

If you want to bond the two ports for 20 gigabit throughput with failover capabilities, Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.


Figure 10. Model 8090 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 10. Model 8090 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator
Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.

Barracuda Backup Models 895, 990, and 995

Figure 11. Models 895A, 990, and 995A Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 11. Models 895A, 990, and 995A Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.


Figure 12. Models 895B, 991, and 995B Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 12. Models 895B, 991, and 995B Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.
10 Gigabit Fiber Card

Optional. Use a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver module:

  • SFP – Use SFP for 1/4 Gigabit/second throughput; you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • SFP+ – Use SFP+ for 10 Gigabit/second throughput (included); you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • Vendor-Specific SFP – If you are using a vendor-specific module in your environment, simply remove the Barracuda provided SFP and replace with other vendor.

By default the top port is active.

If you want to bond the two ports for 20 gigabit throughput with failover capabilities, Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.

 

Barracuda Encrypted Backup Model 9090

Figure 13. Model 9090 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 13. Model 9090 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.

Barracuda Backup Models 1090 and 1091, and Barracuda Encrypted Backup Model 10090

Figure 14. Models 1090 and 1091, and Model 10090 Front Panel Power and Disk Activity Indicator Lights.

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Table 14. Models 1090 and 1091, and Model 10090 Front Panel Power and Disk Activity Indicator Lights.

Component NameDescription
Power ButtonPush to power on the Barracuda Backup appliance, and tap to safely reboot the appliance.
Reset ButtonPush for 5 seconds to reset the Barracuda Backup appliance.
Power Light

Displays a solid green light when the system is powered on.

Disk LightDisplays a solid orange light and blinks during disk activity.
Network Activity (2)Blinks green to indicate network activity.
Power Supply/Internal Fan Indicators

Power supply and internal fan issue indicators:

  • Continuously on and red – An overheat condition has occurred; this may be caused by cable congestion.
  • Blinking red (1Hz) – Fan failure, check for an inoperative fan.
  • Blinking red (0.25Hz) – Power failure; check for non-operational power supply.
  • Solid blue – Local UID has been activated; use this function to locate the server in a rack-mount environment.
  • Blining blue (300 mSEC) – Remote UID is on; initiate this function from a remote location to identify the appliance.


Figure 15. Model 1090 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 15. Model 1090 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.


Figure 16. Model 1091 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 16. Model 1091 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.
10 Gigabit Fiber Card

Use a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver module:

  • SFP – Use SFP for 1/4 Gigabit/second throughput; you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • SFP+ – Use SFP+ for 10 Gigabit/second throughput (included); you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • Vendor-Specific SFP – If you are using a vendor-specific module in your environment, simply remove the Barracuda provided SFP and replace with other vendor.

By default the top port is active.

If you want to bond the two ports for 20 gigabit throughput with failover capabilities, Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.


Figure 17. Model 10090 Rear Panel Ports and Connectors.

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Table 17. Model 10090 Rear Panel Port and Connector Description.

Port/Connector NameDescription
Power Supply (2)Redundant power supply input.(1)
Power Indicator Lights

Displays based on power supply health:

  • Solid green light – System is powered on and the power supply is healthy
  • Solid orange/amber light – Power supply is degraded(2)
  • No light – System is not powered on or a power supply unit (PSU) has failed
Serial Port

Optional. Serial device connection.

IPMI PortIPMI port for device management over the network.
USB Ports (4)Optional. USB device connection.
Network Ports (2)Network connection.
VGA PortRecommended. Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
10 Gigabit Ethernet Card

If your organization's environment does not support 10 Gigabit throughput, the card reduces its speed to 1 Gigabit:

  • 1 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT5e cable for 1 Gigabit throughput.
  • 10 Gigabit Connection – Plug in a CAT6e cable and a 10 Gigabit switch for 10 Gigabit throughput.
10 Gigabit Fiber Card

Use a small form-factor pluggable (SFP) transceiver module:

  • SFP – Use SFP for 1/4 Gigabit/second throughput; you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • SFP+ – Use SFP+ for 10 Gigabit/second throughput (included); you will need a multi-mode cable with LC connections or a direct attach cable.
  • Vendor-Specific SFP – If you are using a vendor-specific module in your environment, simply remove the Barracuda provided SFP and replace with other vendor.

By default the top port is active.

If you want to bond the two ports for 20 gigabit throughput with failover capabilities, Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support.

Notes:
(1)The C13 to C14 cable is standard for most rack setups as a power strip allows for the C14 connection. C13 to NEMA 5-15P is the standard for direct connections to a UPS.

(2)The power supply may be degraded when, for example, one of the PSUs is not functioning. Push Reset; if this does not resolve the issue you may need to replace a PSU.

Contact Barracuda Networks Technical Support for additional troubleshooting.

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