New in Box Sealed Genuine Cisco ISA 3000 Industrial Security Appliance 4-Port Managed Switch, 8GB RAM. Hardware Features for the Cisco ISA 3000. 1 GB Removable SD Flash Memory Card Alarm Ports. The Cisco ISA 3000 is a DIN Rail mounted ruggedized industrial security appliance that provides firewall, threat defense, and VPN services. The term DIN Rail describes a metal rail of a standard type widely used for mounting circuit breakers and industrial control equipment inside equipment racks.The term derives from the original specifications published by Deutsches Institut für Normung (DIN) in Germany. The device can run either the ASA or Firepower Threat Defense operating system. The Cisco ISA 3000 is low-power, fan-less, with Gigabit Ethernet and a dedicated management port. ISA3000-2C2F-K9 Fiber SKU with 2x1GbE SFP and 2x10/100/1000Base-T with a management port. RJ45 10/100/100 BaseT Connectors 1&2. On the ISA-3000-2C2F SKU, these are the SFP sockets. On the ISA-3000-4C SKU, these are RJ45 10/100/100 BaseT Connectors 3&4. 1GB removable SD flash memory card slot. The following table describes the LEDs for the Cisco ISA3000.
Green Steady on Normal operation. Green Flashing Boot up phase.Red Flashing BIOS and POST. Red System is not functioning properly.
Green Steady on Port link with no activity. Green Flashing Transmitting and Receiving data. Off Power is not present. Green Steady on Power is present on the associated circuit.Red Steady on Power is not present on the associated circuit, and the system is configured for dual-input power. Off Alarm Out not configured or the system is off (Default). Green Steady on Alarm Out is configured, no alarm detected.
Red Steady on Minor alarm detected. Red Flashing Major alarm detected. Off Alarm In not configured or the system is off (Default).
Green Steady on Alarm In is configured, no alarm detected. Green Steady on Link is up. Port 1&2 and in the copper SKU, 3&4 LEDs fast blink amber together Those two ports are in bypass mode. Off RJ-45 is being used for console. Green Mini USB is being used for console.The Cisco ISA 3000 has the following: ISA-3000-2C2F-K9. 1-GB removable SD flash memory card - industrial temp. The Cisco ISA 3000 has two externally accessible Type-A USB (4-pin) connectors. Each USB port will support output powering of 5 volts and up to a maximum of 500 mA.
A management-only 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet port is provided. This port will be the only port able to be used for booting over the network, or for initial setup and management of the system. This port is Management 1/1 in the configuration. The Cisco ISA 3000 can be configured through a web interface, or through the console port.
The console port is either a RJ45 or a Mini USB connector. A standard management cable (Part number 72-3383-01) can be used to convert the RJ45 to DB9 connector. The default configuration settings for the RJ45 console port are.9600 baud, 8 data bits, no parity, 1 stop bit, no flow control. If the USB Console Port is active (cable inserted and remote PC drivers are enabled) by default the console will device from RJ45 to USB when the USB cable is detected. If both ports are connected, the Mini USB console port is used. The following table shows the pin-outs for the CON/AUX RJ-45 connector.
Note The console port will not support a remote dial-in modem. The following table lists the different SKUs available for the Cisco ISA 3000. Table 1-2 Supported SKUs for Cisco ISA 3000.
Copper SKU with 4x10/100/1000Base-T with a management port. Fiber SKU with 2x1GbE SFP and 2x10/100/1000Base-T with a management port.
This section provides an overview of the following hardware features for the Cisco ISA3000. The following lists the hardware platform features for the.CPU Intel 4 Core 1.25Ghz. 8 GB of 1333MHz DDR3 Memory. Dedicated management-only Gigabit Ethernet port. Mini-USB and RJ45 Console port. All copper data ports have relay bypass when there is a loss of power or under software control.
+/- 12 to 48VDC Rated (9.6 to 60VDC Maximum) redundant power connectors with 24-12 AWG screw cage terminals. Two external USB-A ports for addition of memory cards, security tokens, modems, or other USB 2.0 compliant devices. DIN Rail mount incorporated into the chassis.Fault relay outputs and 2 alarm inputs. Industrial temperature SDHC card support. Bypass Relay (only available on copper ports).
The Reset button resets the security appliance configuration to the default configuration set by the factory. To restore the security appliance configuration to the default configuration set by the factory, use a standard size #1 paper clip with wire gauge 0.033 inch or smaller and simultaneously press the reset button while applying power to the security appliance. When depressed the pushbutton follows these actions. 15 seconds No action is taken. Note The new configuration will not take effect until after a reboot.
The system will boot with the original factory default configuration, including ROMMON variables. Check the software guide for the operating system you are running for the ability to change these variables. The Cisco ISA 3000 comes with redundant external power connector. The connector supports 12 - 48 VDC. The connectors are Molex 5.00mm Pitch Eurostyle Horizontal Plug, with Retention Screws.
The power supply does not support reverse polarity, but does have reverse polarity protection. This means if you reverse + & - connections, the system will not power on but there will be no damage. The + terminal always has to be greater than the - terminal for the system to operate. The difference is in the system grounding scheme used.The ISA 3000 supports 3 basic schemes. Isolated DC in, neither + nor - terminal is tied to chassis GND. Positive DC in, negative (-) terminal is tied to chassis GND.
Negative DC in, positive (+) terminal is tied to chassis GND. Note To ensure uninterrupted operation the redundant power connections must be connected to independently separated power sources. 1 GB Removable SD Flash Memory Card. The Cisco ISA 3000 has a removable SD flash memory slot (referred to as SD).
This is primarily to allow easy updates, copying of logs and crash-dumps. The device does not come with a removable SD flash memory card installed, this is an optional spare item, Cisco part number SD-IE-1GB=. Note Check the software guide for the operating system you are running for information on SD memory support.Installing or Removing the SD Card (Optional). Warning Do not insert or remove the SD card while power is on; an electrical arc can occur. This could cause an explosion in hazardous location installations. Be sure that power is removed or the area is nonhazardous before proceeding.
To install or replace the SD card, follow these steps. Step 1 On the front of the device, locate the door that protects the SD card slot. Loosen the captive screw at the top of the door using a Phillips screwdriver to open the door.
To install a card, slide it into the slot, and press it in until it clicks in place. The card is keyed so that you cannot insert it the wrong way. To remove the card, push it in until it releases for it to pop out.
Place it in an antistatic bag to protect it from static discharge. Step 2 After the card is installed, close the guard door and fasten the captive screw using a Phillips screwdriver to keep the door in place.
The Cisco ISA 3000 has alarm ports as shown in Figure 1-3. There are two conditions that generate an alarm. When dual power supply is configured, and there is a failed or missing power supply. When the CPU temperature is in critical condition (below -40°C or above 105°C).When either condition is met, the alarm LED turns red, and a syslog message and SNMP trap is triggered. Note Check the software guide for the operating system you are running for information on alarm port support. The device can be configured to run dual power supplies.
When set, the system expects to see both power supplies functioning properly. Note Check the software guide for the operating system you are running for information on dual power supply configuration and support. When configured for dual power supply, and a failure occurs, the Alarm Out LED turns red.The alarm relay is also energized. A syslog message is generated. Syslog: %ASA-1-735006: Power Supply Unit Redundancy Lost.
When configured for dual power supply, and a failure recovers, the Alarm Out LED turns off. Syslog: %ASA-1-735005: Power Supply Unit Redundancy OK. The operating system monitors the CPU temperature when it is running.If the CPU temperature is in a critical condition (below -40°C or above 105°C), the Alarm Out LED turns red. Note The critical range of temperature is not configurable. It is hard coded as below -40°C or above 105°C. The item "NEW Cisco ISA 3000 Industrial Security Appliance 4-Port Managed Switch, 8GB RAM" is in sale since Sunday, May 7, 2017.
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