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Foglight Experience Monitor 5.8.1 - Installation and Administration Guide

Installing and configuring Multi-appliance clusters Configuring the appliance Specifying monitored web traffic Transforming monitored URLs Managing applications Foglight components and the appliance Using the console program Troubleshooting the appliance Appendix: Third party software Appendix: Dell PowerEdge system appliance

Appendix: Dell PowerEdge system appliance

This section provides details about Dell PowerEdge System appliances that can be used with the Foglight Experience Monitor.

For more information, see these topics:

Dell PowerEdge R300 and R310

For Dell PowerEdge R300 and R310 series, the appliance back panel is similar to the following diagram. The two monitoring ports are located on the dual-port add-in NIC, and are configured for use with either fiber-based networks or copper-based networks (copper NIC ports shown in the following diagram).

1 – Monitoring NICs (eth2, eth3)
2 – Power Supply
3 – System Identification Button
4 – System Status Indicator
5 – System Status Indicator Connector

6 – Auxiliary Port (eth1)
7 – Control Port (eth0)

8 – 2.0-Compliant USB Connectors (2)

9 – Video Connector
10 – Serial Connector

Dell PowerEdge R610

For Dell PowerEdge R610 series, the appliance back panel is similar to the following diagram. The four monitoring ports are located on the dual-port add-in NIC, and are configured for use with either fiber-based networks or copper-based networks (copper NIC ports shown in the following diagram).

1 – Dell Remote Access Controller
2 – Serial Port
3 – Monitoring NICs (eth4)
4 – Monitoring NICs (eth5)
5 – Video Port
6 – USB Port

7 – Control Port (eth0)

8 – Auxiliary Port (eth1)
9 – Monitoring NICs (eth2)

10 – Monitoring NICs (eth3)

11 – System Status Indicator

12 – System Status Indicator Connector
13 – System Identification Button

14 – Power Supply

15 – Power Supply

Dell PowerEdge R710

For Dell PowerEdge R710 series, the appliance back panel is similar to the following diagram. The four monitoring ports are located on the dual-port add-in NIC, and are configured for use with either fiber-based networks or copper-based networks (copper NIC ports shown in the following diagram).

1 – Dell Remote Access Controller Port

2 – Serial Port

3 – Video Port

4 – USB Ports

5 – Control Port (eth0)

6 – Auxiliary Port (eth1)

7 – Monitoring NICs (eth2)

8 – Monitoring NICs (eth3)

9 – System Status Indicator

10 – System Status Indicator Connector

11 – System Identification Button

12 – Power Supply

13 – Redundant Power Supply

14 – Monitoring NICs (eth4)

15 – Monitoring NICs (eth5)

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