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KACE as a Service 7.1 - 13G External I/O Reference

KACE® Systems Management Appliance (K1000) and KACE® Systems Deployment Appliance (K2000)

KACE® Systems Management Appliance (K1000) and KACE® Systems Deployment Appliance (K2000)

13G External I/O Reference

This document is applicable to the following Dell KACE K-Series appliance models: K1100, K1200, K2100, and K2200.

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13G External I/O Reference

KACE® Systems Management Appliance (K1000) and KACE® Systems Deployment Appliance (K2000)

13G External I/O Reference

This document is applicable to the following Dell KACE K-Series appliance models: K1100, K1200, K2100, and K2200.

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13G front view (without bezel)

13G front view (without bezel)

The front panel (without bezel) includes the following components and connectors:

Power button: An ACI-compliant power indicator with an integrated power LED (green). Use only the web management interface to power down the appliance.
NMI button: A recessed NMI (Non-Maskable Interrupt) button. Use only when instructed by Quest Support.
System ID: A system ID button that helps to identify the appliance in a datacenter environment. When you press the button, the system ID buttons on the front and back panels flash until one of the buttons is pressed again.
VGA port: A VGA (Video Graphics Array) connector that connects a monitor to the appliance.
LCD control buttons: Two navigation buttons that enable scrolling through the LCD panel and a selection button to choose the preferred option.
USB ports: Two ports that only support a USB keyboard and mouse. Dell Software Support might instruct you to connect other devices to the USB ports for troubleshooting purposes only.
HDD activity LED: Two LED indicators, where one is a hard drive activity indicator (green) and the other is a hard drive status indicator (green and amber).

13G back view

13G back view

The back panel includes the following components and connectors:

Serial port (Not supported): Serial ports are not supported by Quest.
VGA port: A VGA connector that connects a monitor to the appliance.
Designated system management port: A dedicated iDRAC (integrated Dell Remote Access Controller) port. Dell Software Support might instruct you to use this port for troubleshooting purposes only.
USB ports: Two ports that only support a USB keyboard and mouse. Quest Support might instruct you to connect other devices to the USB ports for troubleshooting purposes only.
System ID: A system ID button that helps to identify the appliance in a datacenter environment. When you press the button, the system ID buttons on the front and back panels flash until one of the buttons is pressed again.
Intel® NIC ports (Enabled):
For K1100 and K2100: An Intel I350-T2 Dual-Port 1 Gigabit NIC that is enabled and connects the appliance to the network. The LEDs indicate network activity and status.
For K1200 and K2200: An Intel X540-T2 Dual-Port 10 Gigabit NIC that is enabled and connects the appliance to the network. The LEDs indicate network activity and status.
LOM ports (Disabled): LOM (LAN on Motherboard) Ethernet ports that are disabled.
Power supply: The power supply that provides power to the server. The K1200 and K2200 have two power supplies for fault tolerance.
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