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Barracuda Web Security Gateway

About the Barracuda Web Security Gateway Hardware

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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, contact Barracuda Support for additional information.

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 210

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 210 Front Panel

The following figure illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 210 power and disk activity indicator lights.

Note that the WAN and LAN ports are located on the back of the unit.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 210 front panel power and disk activity indicator lights.

Component Name Description
Power Button Powers the Barracuda Web Security Gateway on or off
Reset Button Resets the Barracuda Web Security Gateway
Power Light

Displays solid blue when the power is on.

Disk Light Displays hard disk activity
Barracuda Web Security Gateway 210 Rear Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 210 rear panel ports and connectors.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 210 rear panel ports and connectors.

Port/Connector Name Description
Mouse Port Optional. PS2 mouse connection
Keyboard Port Optional . PS2 keyboard connection
VGA Port Recommended . Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection
HDMI Port Optional. HDMI video connection.
USB Ports (4) Optional.  USB device connection
Network Port Network Port
Microphone Optional.  Microphone line-in connection
Line In/Line Out Jack Optional.  Audio input/output connections
Power Supply Power supply input
Serial Number Appliance serial number
WAN/LAN Ports WAN/LAN ports

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 310 and 410

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 310 and 410 Front Panel

The following figure illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 310 and 410 power and disk activity indicator lights.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 310 and 410 power and disk activity indicator lights.

Component Name Description
WAN port Port for WAN Connection
LAN port Port for LAN Connection
Power Button Powers the Barracuda Web Security Gateway on or off
Reset Button Resets the Barracuda Web Security Gateway
Power Indicator

Displays a solid blue when the system is powered on

Disk Activity Blinks when the Barracuda Web Security Gateway processes traffic
Barracuda Web Security Gateway 310 and 410 Rear Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 310 and 410 rear panel ports and connectors.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 310 and 410 rear panel ports and connectors.

Component Name Description
Power Supply Connection for the AC power cord, standard
Mouse port PS2 mouse connection
Keyboard port PS2 keyboard connection
USB ports (4) Connection for USB devices
Dual Link DVI-D Port Optional . Digital monitor connection
VGA Port Recommended . Video graphics array (VGA) monitor connection.
Network Port Auxiliary port

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 610

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 610 Front Panel

The following figure illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 610 WAN/LAN ports and the disk activity and power indicator lights.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 610 front panel:

Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
2 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
3 WAN Port Port for WAN connection
4 LAN Port Port for LAN connection
5 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
6 Power Button Powers the Barracuda Web Security Gateway on or off
7 Power Indicator

Displays a solid blue when the system is powered on

8 Disk Activity Blinks when the Barracuda Web Security Gateway processes traffic
Barracuda Web Security Gateway 610 Rear Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 610 rear panel ports and connectors.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 610 rear panel ports and connectors.

Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Fan Location of the fan
2 Power supply Connection for the AC power cord, standard power supply
4 Serial port Connection for the serial console cable
5 USB ports (2, 2.0) Connection for USB 2.0 devices
6 USB ports (2, 3.0) Connection for USB 3.0 devices
7 Auxiliary port Web interface management
8 Not used Not used
9 Monitor port Connection for the monitor

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810 Front Panel

The following figure illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810 power and disk (RAID) activity indicator lights.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810 power and disk activity indicator lights.

Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
2 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
3 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
4 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
5 Hard Disk Drive Locks Each drive has a lock/release button
6 Not used  
7 Not used  
8 Not used  
9 Network activity Displays Auxiliary port traffic
10 Hard disk light Displays hard disk activity
11 Power light Displays a solid green when the system is powered on
12 Reset button Resets the Barracuda Web Security Gateway
13 Power button Powers the Barracuda Web Security Gateway on or off
Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810 Rear Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810 rear panel ports and connectors. The pairs of WAN and LAN ports are bonded together to provide up to 2GB of traffic throughput.

See the Link Status section of the BASIC > Dashboards page. This section displays LAN, WAN and AUX port connection details where applicable. Hover the mouse over the LAN or WAN icons to see LAN or WAN connection details (MAC address, IP address, throughput).

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810 rear panel ports and connectors.

If you have a Barracuda Web Security Gateway 810 that has NIC bonding and is connected to a switch that uses the Spanning-Tree Protocol (STP), you must configure the switch to BLOCK STP packets on the port channel connected to the Barracuda Web Security Gateway.


Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Power Indicator Lights

Displays:

  • Green light when the system is powered on and the power supply is healthy.
  • Orange/Amber light = The power supply is degraded. For example, one of the two PSUs is not functioning.
  • No light = the power supply is not working.

2 Hot Swappable Power Supplies (2) Connection for the AC power cord, standard power supply
3 Serial Port Not used
4 USB ports (2, 2.0) Connection for USB 2.0 devices
5 USB ports (2, 3.0) Connection for USB 3.0 devices
6 Auxiliary Port Web interface management
7 Not used Not used
8 Monitor Port Connection for the monitor
9 LAN2 Port 1G NIC for LAN connection, copper
10 WAN2 Port 1G NIC for WAN connection, copper
11 LAN1 Port 1G NIC for LAN connection, copper
12 WAN1 Port 1G NIC for WAN connection, copper

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 910

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 910 Front Panel

The following figure illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 910 power and disk (RAID) activity indicator lights.

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Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
2 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
3 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
4 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
5 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
6 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
7 Hard disk drive locks Each drive has a lock/release button
8 Spyware Activity Displays spyware activity

9

Spyware or Virus Downloads Displays spyware or virus download activity
10 Network Activity Displays normal web traffic
11 Network Activity Displays normal web traffic
12 Hard Disk Light Displays hard disk activity
13 Power Light Displays a solid green when the system is powered on
14 Reset button Resets the Barracuda Web Security Gateway
15 Power button Powers the Barracuda Web Security Gateway on or off
Barracuda Web Security Gateway 910 Rear Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 910 rear panel ports and connectors.

Note that the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 910 B model includes 10 GB interfaces. The 910B Barracuda Web Security Gateway appliances equipped with fiber optic network connections utilize fixed SFP modules that require an LC connector.

 

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 910 rear panel ports and connectors. NOTE: Functionality of the WAN, LAN and AUX port lights vary by vendor and chip maker.

Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Power Indicator Lights

Displays:

  • Green light when the system is powered on and the power supply is healthy.
  • Orange/Amber light = The power supply is degraded. 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.

2 Hot Swappable Power Supplies (2) Connection for the AC power cord, standard power supply
3 Serial Port Connection for serial console cable
4 USB ports (2, 2.0) Connection for USB 2.0 devices
5 USB ports (2, 3.0) Connection for USB 3.0 devices
6 Auxiliary Port Web interface management
7 Not used Not used
8 Monitor Port Connection for the monitor
9 WAN ports 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber (shown, for optional model 910B).
10 LAN ports 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber (shown, for optional model 910B).

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1010

Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1010 Front Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1010 front panel and disk activity indicator lights.

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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1010 front panel power and disk activity indicator lights.

Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
2 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
3 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
4 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
5 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
6 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
7 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
8 Hard Disk Drive Location of disk drive
9 Hard Disk Drive Locks Each drive has a lock/release button
10 Spyware or Virus Downloads Displays spyware or virus download activity
11 Spyware Activity Displays spyware activity
12 Network activity Displays normal web traffic
13 Network activity Displays normal web traffic
14 Hard Disk Displays hard disk activity
15 Power Light Displays a solid green when system is powered on
16 Reset button Resets the Barracuda Web Security Gateway
17 Power button Powers the Barracuda Web Security Gateway on or off
Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1010 Rear Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1010 rear panel ports and connectors.

Due to hardware bypass capabilities, the 1010 Barracuda Web Security Gateway appliances equipped with fiber optic network connections utilize fixed SFP modules that require an LC connector.


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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1010 rear panel ports and connectors. NOTE: Functionality of the WAN, LAN and AUX port lights vary by vendor.

Component Name Description
Hot Swappable Power Supplies (2) Connection for the AC power cord, standard power supply
Power Indicator Lights

Displays:

  • Green light when the system is powered on and the power supply is healthy.
  • Orange/Amber light = The power supply is degraded. 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.

Mouse port Connection for the mouse
Keyboard port Connection for the keyboard
USB ports (2) Connection for USB devices
Serial port Connection for the serial console cable
VGA Port Connection for the monitor
Management Port Port for web interface management.

WAN 1, WAN 2

WAN port connections: 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber.
LAN 1, LAN 2 LAN port connections: 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber.
Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1011 Rear Panel

The following image illustrates the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1011 rear panel ports and connectors.

Due to hardware bypass capabilities, the 1011 Barracuda Web Security Gateway appliances equipped with fiber optic network connections utilize fixed SFP modules that require an LC connector.


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The following table describes the Barracuda Web Security Gateway 1011 rear panel ports and connectors. NOTE: Functionality of the WAN, LAN and AUX port lights vary by vendor.

Diagram Location Component Name Description
1 Power Indicator Lights

Displays:

  • Green light when the system is powered on and the power supply is healthy.
  • Orange/Amber light = The power supply is degraded. 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.

2 Hot Swappable Power Supplies (2) Connection for the AC power cord, standard power supply
3 Serial Port Connection for the serial console cable
4 USB ports (2) Connection for USB devices
5

Not used

Not used
6 Not used Not used
7 Auxiliary Port Web interface management
8 Monitor Port Connection for the monitor

9

WAN port 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber.
10 LAN port 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber.
11 WAN port 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber.
12 LAN port 10G NIC is available with both copper and fiber.




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