The following figures show the front and rear sides of NVIDIA® UFM® Cyber-AI Appliance. Each numbered interface referenced in the following figures is described in the table that follows.
Appliance Front and Rear Panel Interfaces
Bezel LED - lights when the system is powered on
Serial DB9 to RJ45 RS232 port - not active
4 x USB 3.0 ports at the rear panel
PCIe Gen 3.0 x16 slots
2x ConnectX-6 VPI adapter cards at slots 1 and 3 on the left side
RJ-45 LAN port – 10G IPMI-LAN2
RJ-45 LAN port – 10G
RJ-45 LAN port – 1G
RJ-45 LAN port – 1G IPMI-LAN1
Redundant power module
Two redundant 80 PLUS PLATINUM PSUs at the rear of the appliance
Power supply fans
One fan per power supply unit
There is one I/O LED (green) on the front panel to indicate if the system is powered. For power-on LED definitions, please refer to section "Power-on LED".
USB 3.0 Interfaces
UFM Cyber-AI Appliance offers 4x USB 3.0 ports on the system's rear panel. These interfaces can be used to provide up to 500MB/s in bandwidth.
Do not use excessive force when inserting or extracting the USB disk into and from the port.
PCIe Gen 3.0 x16 Slots
UFM Cyber-AI Appliance is shipped preassembled with two ConnectX-6 VPI cards that enable the hardware-based forwarding of IP packets from InfiniBand-to-Ethernet, and vice versa.
UFM Cyber-AI Appliance features two 10G Base-T Ethernet LAN 1/2 connections (Intel X557 PHY (2* 10GbE)) and two GbE LAN 3/4 (Intel I210 (2* 10/100/1000 Base-T GbE)) to eliminate bottlenecks in network data flow. The ports are accessible from the appliance's rear panel.
In addition, the appliance is equipped with a ASPEED 2500 BMC chip that supports IPMI 2.0 via LAN1 and LAN4 interfaces.
The recommended cabling when connecting LAN4 and LAN1 (for 10G LAN) is Cat. 6 (< 55m) or Cat. 6A (<100m), both cross and straight cables are supported.
LAN3 (X557-AT2 controller) has an internal signal connected to BMC LAN2.
- For LAN1 and LAN2 LED definitions, please refer to section "LAN1/LAN2 Rear I/O LED Interface".
For LAN3 and LAN4 LEDs definitions, please refer to section "LAN3/LAN4 Rear I/O LED Interface".
If any of the LAN ports do not come up automatically, then please bring them up manually.
Redundant Power Modules
UFM Cyber-AI Appliance is equipped with two redundant power supply units at the rear of the appliance. The PSUs are housed in a 2U canister containing the power supplies. Each PSU has an extraction handle, PSU status LED, and a power socket.
80 PLUS Platinum 1+1 redundant power supply:
- 1000W @ 100 ~127V
- 2000W @ 200 ~240V
For the redundant power module LEDs definitions, please refer to Power Module LED Specifications.
Power Supply Fans
UFM Cyber-AI Appliance is equipped with one fan per power supply unit on the rear panel of the appliance.
UFM Cyber-AI Appliance is equipped with six internal cooling fans for the CPU, GPU, and expansion cards. When the system is operating normally, the cooling fans operate at a constant speed. If the system module fails, or one of the temperature thresholds have been exceeded, the cooling fans automatically raise their rotation speeds to draw more airflow.
All fans are equipped with tachometer status monitoring.