MHO-140 Front Panel

Important - This section describes the default configuration. You can change the port type (Management, Uplink, Downlink) in the Gaia Operating System on the Maestro Hyperscale Orchestrator. See Configuring the Port Settings.

Item

Description

1

LEDs.

2

Ports from 1 to 4 (colored green), through which you manage the Security Groups.

To these ports you connect:

  • Check Point Management Servers.

  • Clients, from which you connect to the Gaia Operating System (Gaia Portal and Gaia Clish) on the Security Appliances connected to the Downlink ports (4).

3

1 Gbps / 10 Gbps Uplink ports 5 to 26 (colored blue).

To these ports you connect your external traffic and internal traffic networks.

You use DAC or Fiber cables (with transceivers).

4

Downlink ports 27 to 47 (colored orange).

To these ports you connect your Check Point Security Appliances.

You use DAC or Fiber cables (with transceivers).

5

40 Gbps / 100 Gbps Uplink ports 49 to 56 (colored yellow).

To these ports you connect your external traffic and internal traffic networks.

You use DAC or Fiber cables (with transceivers).

6

LEDs that show the state of the split interfaces when you connect with Breakout cables to the 40 / 100 GbE Uplink ports (5).

7

Synchronization port 48 (colored purple).

You connect a DAC cable between ports 48 on two Maestro Hyperscale Orchestrators MHO-140 for redundancy.

Notes:

  • You can connect DAC or Fiber cable (with transceivers) to both top and bottom ports (1 to 56).

  • You can connect Breakout cables only to the top ports 49, 51, 53, and 55. In this case, the bottom ports 50, 52, 54, and 56 are disabled. See MHO-140 Splitting Options.