Figure 1 shows the front panel of the M-100 appliance and Table 1 describes the front panel
Figure 1. Front Panel
Table 1. Front Panel Features
1) Disk Drives/Bays
2) System Health
3) Internal HDD Activity
4) LAN Activity
5) UID Button (LED)
6) Power Button/LED
7) NMI Button
6 • Overview
A1 / A2
B1 / B2
The M-100 has 8 disk drive bays. Starting from left to right, the bays
are labeled A1/A2, B1/B2 C1/C2, and D1/D2.
By default, the appliance ships with 1TB drives installed in drive
bays A1 and A2 and the drive pair is in a RAID 1 array. You can
increase storage by adding 1TB drives to the empty drive bays in
pairs (B1/B2, C1/C2, and D1/D2).
As of Panorama 7.1, you can also upgrade to 2TB drives. For
information on how to increase storage on an M-Series appliance,
refer to the Panorama 7.1 or later Administrator's guide on the
Indicates overall system health. Green indicates healthy, red
indicates a system error.
Blinks if there is disk drive activity.
Blinks if there is network activity.
The Unique Identification (UID) feature is a combination LED/button that
is used to assist a technician in locating a device when moving from the
back of a rack to the front of a rack. When you push the button, the rear
UID LED and the front panel LEDs will illuminate bright blue, assisting
the technician in identifying the device in a rack. Push the button again to
stop the LED from flashing.
Note that the UID button is very small and is located slightly to the left of
the UID port hole. Use a small object, such as a paper clip, to press the
Used to power on and off the M-100 device. To power off the system, hold
down the button until the system shuts down.
Note: When the system in initially plugged in, it will automatically power
The Non-Maskable Interrupt (NMI) button is currently disabled on the
C1 / C2
D1 / D2
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