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Barracuda Web Application Firewall

Barracuda Web Application Firewall Hardware Features

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System hardware features include front and back panel controls, ports and LED indicators on the Barracuda Web Application Firewall.

Front Panel Features of Model 360 / 460

The following figure shows the front panel components of Model 360 and 460 described in Table 1.

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Table 1
Diagram LocationDescription
1On/Off button
2Reset button
3Power Indicator
4Disk Activity
5Management Network Activity
6Indicates System Bypass Mode
7Indicates a Failed Status of the System
8LAN Port
9

WAN Port

Back Panel Features of Model 360 / 460

The following figure shows the back panel components described in  Table 2.

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Table 2
Diagram LocationDescription
1Unused USB Port
2Unused USB Port
3Unused Network Port
4Unused USB Port
5Unused USB Port
6VGA Display (console)
7Unused Printer Port
8Serial Port
9Mouse
10Keyboard
11Power Supply

 

If your system was shipped during or after January 2013, the Front Panel is as follows:

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The components are described in Table 3.

Table 3
Diagram LocationDescription
1Disk Activity
2Power Indicator
3Reset button
4On/Off button
5LAN Port
6WAN Port

The Back Panel is as follows:

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The components are described in Table 4.

Table 4
Diagram LocationDescription
1Unused USB Port
2Unused USB Port
3Management Port
4VGA Display (console)
5DVI Port
6Unused USB Port
7Unused USB Port
8Mouse
9Keyboard
10Power Supply

Front Panel Features of Model 660

The following figure shows the front panel components described in Table 5.

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Table 5
Diagram LocationDescription
1On/Off button
2Reset button
3Power Indicator
4Disk Activity
5Unused LED
6Indicates System Bypass Mode
7Indicates a Failed Status of the System
8

WAN Port

9LAN Port

Back Panel Features of Model 660

The following figure shows the back panel components described in Table 6.

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Table 6
Diagram LocationDescription
1Management Port 1
2Management Port 2
3VGA Display (console)
4Unused Printer Port
5Serial Port
6Unused USB Port
7Unused USB Port
8Mouse
9Keyboard
10Power Supply

Front Panel Features of Model 86x and 96x

In the multiport appliances, ports other than LAN/WAN/MGMT may not show link up, unless there is an IP address configured on it. In such a case, it is recommended to create custom virtual interface for those ports in the NETWORK > Interfaces page.

The following figure show the front panel of the Model 860 described in Table 7:

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Table 7
Diagram LocationDescription
A

HDD LED

B

PWR LED

C

Reset

1

Console

2

MGMT

3

USB

4

Port 0: 1Gbps

5

Port 1: 1Gbps

6

Port 2: 1Gbps

7

Port 3: 1Gbps

8

Port 4: 1Gbps

9

Port 5: 1Gbps

10

Port 6: 1Gbps

11

Port 7: 1Gbps

 

The following figure show the front panel of the Model 861 described in Table 8:

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Table 8
Diagram LocationDescription
A

HDD LED

B

PWR LED

C

Reset

1

Console

2

MGMT

3

USB

4

Port 0: 1Gbps

5

Port 1: 1Gbps

6

Port 2: 1Gbps

7

Port 3: 1Gbps

8

Port 4: 1Gbps

9

Port 5: 1Gbps

10

Port 6: 1Gbps

11

Port 7: 1Gbps

 

The following figure show the front panel of the Model 862 described in Table 9:

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Table 9
Diagram LocationDescription
A

HDD LED

B

PWR LED

C

Reset

1

Console

2

MGMT

3

USB

4

Port 0: 1Gbps

5

Port 1: 1Gbps

6

Port 2: 1Gbps

7

Port 3: 1Gbps

8

Port 4: 1Gbps

9

Port 5: 1Gbps

10

Port 6: 1Gbps

11

Port 7: 1Gbps

The following figure show the front panel of the Model 960 described in Table 10:

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Table 10
Diagram LocationDescription
A

HDD LED

B

PWR LED

C

Reset

1

Console

2

MGMT

3

USB

4

Port 0: 10 Gbps

5

Port 1: 10 Gbps

6

Port 2: 1Gbps

7

Port 3: 1Gbps

8

Port 4: 1Gbps

9

Port 5: 1Gbps

10

Port 6: 1Gbps

11

Port 7: 1Gbps

12

Port 8: 1Gbps

13

Port 9: 1Gbps

The following figure show the front panel of the Model 961 described in Table 11:

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Table 11
Diagram LocationDescription
A

HDD LED

B

PWR LED

C

Reset

1

Console

2

MGMT

3

USB

4

Port 0: 10 Gbps

5

Port 1: 10 Gbps

6

Port 2: 1Gbps

7

Port 3: 1Gbps

8

Port 4: 1Gbps

9

Port 5: 1Gbps

10

Port 6: 1Gbps

11

Port 7: 1Gbps

12

Port 8: 1Gbps

13

Port 9: 1Gbps

 

The following figure show the front panel of the Model 964 described in Table 13:

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Table 13
Diagram LocationDescription
A

HDD LED

B

PWR LED

C

Reset

1

Console

2

MGMT

3

USB

4

Port 0: 10 Gbps

5

Port 1: 10 Gbps

6

Port 2: 1Gbps

7

Port 3: 1Gbps

8

Port 4: 1Gbps

9

Port 5: 1Gbps

10

Port 6: 1Gbps

11

Port 7: 1Gbps

12

Port 8: 1Gbps

13

Port 9: 1Gbps

In the Barracuda Web Application Firewall 861, 862, 961 and 962, when the unit is forced into a Bypass on Failure or Hard Bypass state, the Bypass LED on the front panel will not be lit.

Back Panel Features of Model 86x and 96x

The following figure shows the back panel components of Model 86x and 96x described in Table 14.

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Table 14
Diagram LocationDescription
1

GND

2

VGA

3

USB

4

PWR SW

Hardware Compliance

This section contains compliance information for the Barracuda Web Application Firewall hardware.

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Notice for the USA

Compliance Information Statement (Declaration of Conformity Procedure) DoC FCC Part 15: This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules.

Operation is subject to the following conditions:

  1. This device may not cause harmful interference, and
  2. This device must accept any interference received including interference that may cause undesired operation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user in encouraged to try one or more of the following measures:
    • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
    • Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver.
    • Plug the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that of the receiver.
    • Consult the dealer on an experienced radio/ television technician for help.
Notice for Canada

This apparatus compiles with the Class B limits for radio interference as specified in the Canadian Department of Communication Radio Interference Regulations.

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Notice for Europe (CE Mark)

This product is in conformity with the Council Directive 89/336/EEC, 92/31/EEC (EMC).

 

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