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Check the Router Chassis Component Status

To check the status of the components installed in the router chassis:

  1. Display the Hardware Components Installed in the Router Chassis
  2. Check the Component Environmental Status
  3. Check the Component Status from the Craft Interface

Display the Hardware Components Installed in the Router Chassis

Purpose

To obtain a list of the hardware components installed in the router chassis.

Action

To display a list of the hardware components installed in the router chassis, use the following operational mode command:

user@host> show chassis hardware

Sample Output

m160@host>  show chassis hardware
show chassis hardwareItem             Version  Part number  Serial number     Description
Chassis                                101               M160
Midplane         REV 02   710-001245   S/N AB4107
FPM CMB          REV 01   710-001642   S/N AA2911
FPM Display      REV 01   710-001647   S/N AA2999
CIP              REV 02   710-001593   S/N AA9563
PEM 0            Rev 01   740-001243   S/N KJ35769       DC
PEM 1            Rev 01   740-001243   S/N KJ35765       DC
PCG 0            REV 01   710-001568   S/N AA9794
PCG 1            REV 01   710-001568   S/N AA9804
Host 1                                 da000004f8d57001  Present
MCS 1            REV 03   710-001226   S/N AA9777
SFM 0 SPP        REV 04   710-001228   S/N AA2975
SFM 0 SPR        REV 02   710-001224   S/N AA9838        Internet Processor I
SFM 1 SPP        REV 04   710-001228   S/N AA2860
SFM 1 SPR        REV 01   710-001224   S/N AB0139        Internet Processor I
FPC 0            REV 03   710-001255   S/N AA9806        FPC Type 1
  CPU            REV 02   710-001217   S/N AA9590
  PIC 1          REV 05   750-000616   S/N AA1527        1x OC-12 ATM, MM
  PIC 2          REV 05   750-000616   S/N AA1535        1x OC-12 ATM, MM
  PIC 3          REV 01   750-000616   S/N AA1519        1x OC-12 ATM, MM
FPC 1            REV 02   710-001611   S/N AA9523        FPC Type 2
  CPU            REV 02   710-001217   S/N AA9571
  PIC 0          REV 03   750-001900   S/N AA9626        1x STM-16 SDH, SMIR
  PIC 1          REV 01   710-002381   S/N AD3633        2x G/E, 1000 BASE-SX
FPC 2                                                    FPC Type OC192
  CPU            REV 03   710-001217   S/N AB3329
  PIC 0          REV 01                                  1x OC-192 SM SR-2 

Meaning

The command output displays a list of the components installed in the M160 router chassis, including the name, revision level, part number, serial number, and a brief description of the component. From this output, you can determine which components to maintain and monitor to ensure optimum router operation. The command output is similar for other routers.

Check the Component Environmental Status

Purpose

To isolate problems in the router components by checking the environmental status.

Action

To check the environmental status of the router component, use the following CLI command:

user@host> show chassis environment

Sample Output

m20@host>  show chassis environment
show chassis environmentClass Item                   Status     Measurement
Power Power Supply A         OK        
      Power Supply B         OK        
Temp  FPC Slot 1             OK         30 degrees C / 86 degrees F
      FPC Slot 2             OK         29 degrees C / 84 degrees F
      Power Supply A         OK         23 degrees C / 73 degrees F
      Power Supply B         OK         21 degrees C / 69 degrees F
      SSB Slot 0             OK         30 degrees C / 86 degrees F
      Backplane              OK         24 degrees C / 75 degrees F
Fans  Rear Fan               OK         Spinning at normal speed
      Upper Fan              OK         Spinning at normal speed
      Middle Fan             OK         Spinning at normal speed
      Bottom Fan             OK         Spinning at normal speed
Misc  Craft Interface        OK 

Meaning

The command output lists the components installed in an M20 router chassis, including the category or class, component name, operational status, and temperature or speed measurement. Use this command to get a quick status of each component installed in the router chassis. You can also use the show chassis component-name command to get more detailed status information on certain components for isolating problems.

Check the Component Status from the Craft Interface

Purpose

To confirm that the craft interface is functioning properly by checking the component status or by checking the craft interface physically.

Action

To check the router operation status from the craft interface, use the following CLI command:

user@host> show chassis craft-interface

Sample Output

m160@host>  show chassis craft-interface
show chassis craft-interfaceFPM Display contents:
    +--------------------+
    |myrouter            |
    |Up: 1+16:46         |
    |                    |
    |Fans OK             |
    +--------------------+

Front Panel System LEDs:
Host     0    1
------------------------
OK       .    *
Fail     .    .
Master   .    *

Front Panel Alarm Indicators:
-----------------------------
Red LED      .
Yellow LED   .
Major relay  .
Minor relay  .

Front Panel FPC LEDs:
FPC    0   1   2   3   4   5   6   7
------------------------------------
Red    .   .   .   .   .   .   .   .
Green  *   *   .   .   .   .   .   .

MCS and SFM LEDs:
MCS    0   1      SFM    0   1   2   3
--------------------------------------
Yellow      .             .   .
Green      .             .   .
Blue       *             *   *

Meaning

The command output displays the router system operation status for an M160 router, including the alarm indicators, the information displayed on the craft interface LCD display, and the component LEDs. An asterisk (*) indicates that the component is operating normally. A dot is merely a placeholder, and indicates nothing. For example, the asterisks in the Host Front Panel System LEDs section indicate that the Routing Engine in slot 1 is operating normally and that it is the master. The dots in the Front Panel Alarm Indicators section indicate that there are no system alarms.

Note: Physically look at the router craft interface. The router name in the LCD display helps verify that you have located the correct router to monitor.

Published: 2012-08-20