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Citrix SD-WAN 400 SE

The SD-WAN 400 SE platform has a dual-core processor and 8 GB of memory. This platform has a bandwidth of up to 50 Mbps.

The following figure shows the front panel of an SD-WAN 400 SE appliance.

Figure 1.SD-WAN 400 SE, front panel

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  • The front panel of the SD-WAN 400 SE appliance has a power button and five LEDs.

  • The power button switches main power (the power to the power supply) on or off.

  • The reset button restarts the appliance.

The LEDs provide critical information about different parts of the appliance.

  • Power Fail—Indicates that a power supply unit has failed.
  • Information LED—Indicates the following:

    Status Description
    Continuously on and red The appliance is overheated.
    Slow blink - 1 blink per second Fan failure.
    Fast blink - 4 blinks per second Power failure.
    Solid blue Local UID has been activated. Use this function to locate the server in a rack mount environment.
    Fast blink - 3–4 blinks per second Remote UID is on. Use this function to identify the server from a remote location.
  • NIC1 and NIC2—Indicate network activity on the LAN1 and WAN1 ports.
  • HDD—Indicates the status of the hard disk drive.
  • Power—When blinking, indicates that the power supply unit is receiving power and operating normally.

The following figure shows the back panel of an SD-WAN 400 SE appliance.

Figure 2. SD-WAN 400 SE appliance, back panel

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The following components are visible on the back panel of an SD-WAN 400 SE appliance:

  • Cooling fan
  • Single power supply, rated at 200 watts, 110–240 volts
  • Accelerated pairs of Ethernet ports (apA and apB) which function as accelerated bridges. Individual port assignments: LAN1 is apA.1, WAN1 is apA.2, LAN2 is apB.1, LAN2 is apB.2.
  • RS-232 serial console port
  • One Aux Ethernet port and one management port
  • Two USB ports
  • One Solid State Drive (SSD)
  • SD-WAN 400 - 160 GB SSD

Citrix SD-WAN 400 SE

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