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    LN1000 Mobile Secure Router Features

    The LN1000 Mobile Secure Router provides the following features:

    Router Backplane Connector

    An external interface, located on the back of the LN1000 router, connects the router to the VITA 46.0–compliant chassis. The router’s P0, P1, and P2 connectors plugging into the backplane are VITA 46.0–compatible for a 3U peripheral slot with specific key definitions. The P0 and P2 connectors are keyed per the VITA 46.12 specification. Power to the LN1000 router is provided through the P0 connector.

    Ethernet Ports

    The LN1000 router supports up to eight ports of gigabit Ethernet traffic with up to 1024 logical interfaces. The router supports most Layer 2 and Layer 3 protocols, route redistribution, tunneling, multicast, routine quality of service (QoS), and security.

    The eight gigabit Ethernet ports on the LN1000 router are 1000Base-X interfaces with autonegotiation on by default. The Ethernet ports on the router interface with the chassis in which it is installed or with the LN1000 rear transition module, if installed in a chassis.

    IPMI Interface

    The LN1000 router supports the Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) in accordance with the VITA 46.0 specification. The IPMI controller on the LN1000 router is a secondary controller while the IPMI Shelf Manager operates as the primary controller. The IPMI Shelf Manager is not supplied by default; it is available as an option.

    Router Console Port

    The router’s RS-232 console port has a baud rate of 9600 8N1 and is located on the left side of the LN1000 router’s front panel. The console port is used primarily for depot repair. It is covered by a protective aluminum plate that prevents access to the port. When the LN1000 router is operational and installed in a chassis, even though you can remove the protective aluminum plate to access the console port on the router, typically you access the console port using one of the following methods:

    • On the chassis backplane when the router is installed in VITA 46.0-compliant chassis
    • On the front panel of the rear transition module when the router is installed in a VITA 46.0-compliant chassis with a LN1000 rear transition module

    Tamper-Evident Seals

    Four tamper-evident seals are affixed to the router to show evidence of tampering with the router’s internal components. Two small silver disks, which have two small holes in them, are located over the top-left and bottom-right screws that hold the router assembly together. Two larger, bright silver seals span the processor backer plate and primary side cover.

    Warning: If any of these seals are removed or peeled off the router, the router’s internal components can be exposed to electrostatic discharge (ESD), compromising the integrity of the router, which voids the router’s warranty.

    Figure 1: Tamper-Evident Seals

    Tamper-Evident Seals

    An ESD warning label is located on the back of the router.

    Figure 2: ESD Warning Label

     ESD Warning Label

    Published: 2015-04-07