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Barracuda Load Balancer

Barracuda Load Balancer Hardware

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The Load Balancer appearance varies according to the device number, as described in this article.

Barracuda Load Balancer 240, 340, and 440 Front Panel

The following image illustrates the front components of the Barracuda Load Balancer 240, 340, and 440:

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Table 1. Barracuda Load Balancer 240, 340, and 440 Front Panel.

LabelDescription
WANPort for WAN connection
LANPort for LAN connection
SystemDisplays system power
ReservedReserved for future use
Disk LightShows disk activity
Power Light

Displays:

  • Green light when the system is powered on and the power supply is healthy.
  • Orange/Amber light = the power supply is degraded, such as, for example, one of the two PSUs is not functioning. Pushing the Reset button may solve
    the problem; otherwise one of the PSUs should be replaced.
  • No light = the power supply is not working.

ResetResets the Barracuda Load Balancer
Power ButtonPowers on/off the Barracuda Load Balancer

Barracuda Load Balancer 240, 340, 440 Back Panel

The following image illustrates the back panel components of the Barracuda Load Balancer 240, 340, and 440:

240-340-440-LB-back.jpg

Table 2. Barracuda Load Balancer 240, 340, and 440 Back Panel.

Component NameDescription
Power SupplyConnection for the AC power cord; standard power supply
FanLocation of the fan
Mouse PortConnection for the mouse
Keyboard PortConnection for the keyboard
Parallel PortConnection for the parallel cable
Monitor PortConnection for the monitor
USB Ports (4)Reserved for future use
Ethernet PortCan be used as a management port

Barracuda Load Balancer 640 Front Panel

The following image illustrates the front components of the Barracuda Load Balancer 640; note that the power switch is on the back of the appliance and there is no reset button:

BBF_640_label.jpg

Table 3. Barracuda Load Balancer 640 Front Panel.

LabelDescription
SerialCan be used to access the administrative console. The settings are 9600/8-N-1.
Power Light

Displays:

  • Green light when the system is powered on and the power supply is healthy.
  • Orange/Amber light = the power supply is degraded, such as, for example, one of the two PSUs is not functioning. Pushing the Reset button may solve
    the problem; otherwise one of the PSUs should be replaced.
  • No light = the power supply is not working.

Disk LightShows disk activity
USBReserved for future use
MGMTCan be used as a management port. If there is no port with this label, use the Ethernet port on the back for management.
WANPort for WAN connection
PortsConnect these ports to the Real Servers


Table 4. Barracuda Load Balancer 640 Back Panel.

Component NameDescription
Power SupplyConnection for the AC power cord; standard power supply
FanLocation of the fan
Mouse PortConnection for the mouse
Keyboard PortConnection for the keyboard


Power Requirements

  • AC input voltage 100-240 volts
  • Frequency 50/60 Hz
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