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Name

Description

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Reset

System reset button. For more information, see Resetting the Sonus SBC 1000-2000 to Factory Defaults.

2

USB Ports

USB ports for Sonus SBC 1000/2000 main board — see USB Ports detail section below

3

Power

Power Status LED

4

Alarm

Alarm Status LED

5

Peer Node

Peer Node Status LED (also recognized as the Locator LED)

6

Ready

Ready Status LED

7

Port 1 - 2

Ethernet Ports 1 and 2

8USB PortsUSB ports for the Application Service Module (ASM) (when installed)
9Ethernet Port StatusEthernet Status LED

 

USB Ports

Usage

The Sonus SBC 1000 sports two pairs of USB ports (as illustrated above) — each pair serves a particular purpose:

Location

USB Port Intent and Usage Detail

 

2

 

These ports are optionally used to attach an external USB drive to store core dumps for troubleshooting (in the event they occur), and as a survivability mechanism for Active Directory Caching (when configured). See Support section below for proper usage.

 

8

 

If your Sonus SBC 1000 has a built-in Application Service Module (ASM), this USB port is primarily used for Updating the ASM Recovery Partition, and to (optionally) transfer files between a USB drive and the ASM.

Support

(warning) The following section is applicable only to the USB ports on location #2 on the Sonus SBC 1000's front panel.

For the Sonus SBC 1000/2000 system to properly recognize the USB thumb drive, you must ensure the following prerequisites are satisfied:

  • The USB storage must be of FAT32 file format.
  • The storage must be at least 1GB (or more) in size.
  • The SBC does not require a reboot after the USB drive is installed.