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Figure : SBC 1000 Front Panel with USB and Ethernet Ports

 

1

Reset

System reset button. For more information, see Resetting SBC Edge to Factory Defaults.

2

USB Ports

USB ports for SBC Edge1000/2000 main board – see USB ports below. 

3

Status LEDs

Click here for details.

4

Ethernet Port 1 - 3

Ethernet Ports 1-3 with Ethernet Status LEDs

 


 

Figure : SBC Edge 1000 Front Panel with USB, Ethernet, and T1/E1 Ports

 

1Reset

System reset button. For more information, see Resetting SBC Edge to Factory Defaults

2USB Ports

USB ports for SBC Edge1000/2000 main board – see USB ports below. 

3Status LEDs Click here for details.
4Ethernet Ports 1-3Ethernet Ports 1-3 with Ethernet Status LEDs.
5T1/E1 PortsAvailable when licensed. See Managing Telephony Ports for details.
 


Figure : SBC Edge 1000 Front Panel with USB, Ethernet, SBA, and ASM Ports

1

Reset

System reset button. For more information, see Resetting SBC Edge to Factory Defaults

2

USB Ports

USB ports for SBC Edge1000/2000 main board – see USB ports below.

3

Status LEDs

Click here for details.

4

Ethernet Ports 1-3

Ethernet Ports 1-3 with Ethernet Status LEDs.

5Ethernet Port 4
  • For CCE connection to Office 365
  • To connect the ASM to a second network
  • To connect a VM to a different network than the ASM
6USB PortsUSB ports for the Application Service Module (ASM).
 


 

Figure : SBC Edge 1000 Front Panel with USB, Ethernet, T1/E1, and SBA Ports

 

1

Reset

System reset button. For more information, see Resetting SBC Edge to Factory Defaults

2

USB Ports

USB ports for SBC Edge1000/2000 main board – see USB ports below.

3

Status LEDs

Click here for details.

4

Ethernet Ports 1-3

Ethernet Ports 1-3 with Ethernet Status LEDs.

5T1/E1 PortsAvailable when licensed. See Managing Telephony Ports for details.
6Ethernet Port 4
  • For CCE connection to Office 365
  • To connect the ASM to a second network
  • To connect a VM to a different network than the ASM
7USB PortsUSB ports for the Application Service Module (ASM)
 


USB Ports

Usage

The SBC Edge 1000 front panel includes two pairs of USB ports.

Callout NumberPurpose

2

 

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

6
(in Fig. 3)


7

(in Fig. 4)

If your SBC Edge 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 SBC Edge 1000 front panel.

For the SBC Edge 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.