CloudGen Firewall F183Ra
Default Port Configuration
|Port Label||OS Notation||Speed/Type||Management Port|
|1||p1||10/100/1000 MBit RJ45||X|
|2||p2||10/100/1000 MBit RJ45|
|3||p3||10/100/1000 MBit RJ45|
|4||p4||10/100/1000 MBit RJ45|
|5||p5||10/100/1000 MBit RJ45|
|6||p6||1 GbE Optical Fiber SFP|
|7||p7||1 GbE Optical Fiber SFP|
|Model F183Ra||5 x 1 GbE RJ45|
2 x 1 GbE SFP Optical Fiber
|Serial console||1x DB9 RS232|
|RAM [GB]||4 or higher|
|Size, Weight, Dimensions|
|Appliance weight [kg]||1.0|
|Carton weight with appliance [kg]||N/A|
|Appliance size: width x depth x height [mm]||78 x 127x 146 (For more information, see Barracuda CGF F183Ra Measurements)|
|Carton size: width x depth x height [mm]||N/A|
Not included in packaging. Must be ordered separately.
L-shape rack mount brackets
|Din-Rail mount clip||Included in packaging|
|Noise emission [db/A]||n/a|
|Operating temperature [°C]||-40 to +75|
|Storage temperature [°C]||-40 to +85|
|Operating humidity (non-condensing)||5% to 95%|
|Magnetic Isolation Protection||1.5 KV built-in|
|Certifications & Compliance|
|CE electrical safety||Yes|
|Power & Efficiency|
|Power supply||Dual, with two external PSU adapters|
|Power supply type||External|
|Power connector||Phoenix contact|
6-pin connector w/ lock
|Power type [AC/DC]||DC|
|Input rating [Volts]||12 - 36|
|Wattage / max. power draw [W]||60|
|Max. power draw (@ 24Vdc) [A]||2|
|Max. heat dissipation [W]||60|
Dual Power Supply Connector and P-Fail relay (6-PIN connector)
F183Ra appliances are equipped with a 6-pin connector, for connecting two external power supplies and an alarm device in case of failure. The appliance can run with one or two external power supplies.
As F183Ra comes with dual power and P-fail relay features, the P-Fail relay will have the signaling device triggered as the power supply fails. The relay circuit is set to be open by default and closed when either or neither of the powers is detected; the closed (or short) circuit then allows the alarm device to be activated. Please note that the alarm device needs its own power circuit.
|PWR2||Circuit Status||Alarm Device|
|Not Detected||Not Detected||Closed||Activated|
LEDs and Acoustic Signals
Your appliance is equipped with a variety of LEDs and acoustic signals. The front panel contains one power LED (green), one status LED (greed/red), one disc LED (yellow), and various port LEDs. Two acoustic signals indicate appliance boots up or installation was completed.
The Status LED is labeled either with a heartbeat symbol or the term 'Status'. It indicates the appliance’s operational state by changing colors between green and red and by changing between blinking and steady glowing. The tables below show the different meanings of the different glowing states and acoustic signals:
|LED Color||Status||Meaning Installation||Meaning Operation|
All LEDs Off
Appliance is powered off or installation has not initialized far enough for LED control when installation is started.
|Appliance is powered off.|
Power LED front side - GREEN
|Appliance is plugged in and is on.|
|Status LED front side - GREEN/RED||Off||Installation has not initialized far enough for LED control when installation is started.||-|
Status LED front side - GREEN
After a hotfix installation, the LED turns to green until the next reboot in case the hotfix installation was successful. This feature requires firmware 7.1.3 or higher OR 7.2.2 or higher.
When installing from USB drive: after 3 beeps, pull out the USB and reboot the box by switching power off and back on.
Box is running normally, or installation has finished successfully.
|Status LED front side - GREEN||Blinking slowly (1/s interval)||Normal installation||Appliance is either booting, shutting down, or performing a system update.|
Status LED front side - RED
The LED turns to red until the next reboot in case the hotfix- or USB installation failed.
|Appliance is halted and may be disconnected, or an error occurred preventing the appliance from entering the up state.|
Disc LED - YELLOW
Appliance is reading or writing on storage.
Appliance is accessing the internal storage.
Port LEDs - GREEN/YELLOW
Data transfer – Yellow (10/100 Mbps)
|Port in use.|
|Right steady||-||Port is on.|
|Port LEDs 6 and 7 for Optical Fiber ports - GREEN||Steady||-||Port is on.|
|Blinking||Data transfer||Port is in use.|
|PSU LEDs - GREEN||Steady|
PSU modules connected and running
|Power supply unit is up and running.|
|Off||Power defective, standby, or shutdown||Power supply unit is off or in standby mode.|
|The appliance is booting.|
|Installation was completed successfully. The appliance is halted for a reboot. After reboot, one beep will again indicate booting.|
Serial Console Port
In order to establish a console connection to the appliance using an RS232 serial cable, you need to configure the serial port on the terminal using the following parameters: