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show chassis fabric optics

 

Syntax (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 13.1 for the TX Matrix Plus router with 3D SIBs.

Description

(TX Matrix Plus routers with 3D SIBs only) Display information about the optical ports on the TX Matrix Plus router (or the switch-fabric chassis (SFC)) and on the T1600 or T4000 line-card chassis (LCCs) connected to it in a routing matrix.

Options

noneDisplay brief information about the optical ports on the SFC and LCCs in the routing matrix.
sib-number(Optional) Display information about the optical ports for the specified SIB number.
lcc number(Optional) Display information about the optical ports for the specified T1600 or T4000 LCC that is connected to a TX Matrix Plus router with 3D SIBs. Replace number with the following values depending on the LCC configuration:
  • From 0 through 7 on a T1600 router connected to a TX Matrix Plus router with 3D SIBs.

  • 0, 2, 4, or 6 on a T4000 router connected to a TX Matrix Plus router with 3D SIBs.

sfc number(Optional) Display information about the optical ports for the specified SFC number. Replace number with 0.
brief(Optional) Display brief information about the optical ports.
detail(Optional) Display detailed information about the optical ports.

Required Privilege Level

view

List of Sample Output

show chassis fabric optics (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

show chassis fabric optics (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

show chassis fabric optics sfc (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

show chassis fabric optics lcc (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show chassis fabric optics command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show chassis fabric optics Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Port

Indicates port number.

Cable state

Indicates the cable state:

  • CABLE_CONNECTED—Cable is connected properly and is in an operable state.

  • CABLE_LOOPBACK—A loopback cable is connected to the port.

  • CABLE_NOT_CONNECTED—The optical port is not connected with any cable or all the channels are powered off on the remote side.

  • CABLE_MIS_CONNECTED—Cable is connected to an incorrect optical port.

  • CABLE_CONNECTED_WITH_ERROR—Cable is connected to the optical port, but indicates a cable issue. Refer to the optical cable fault alarms to identify the cable issue.

  • CABLE_NOT_SUPPORTED—The connected optics module is not supported. Only optics modules having Juniper Networks part numbers are supported.

  • CABLE_MODULE_ABSENT—No optics module is connected.

  • CABLE_MODULE_FAULT— The connected optics module has an irrecoverable fault. The optics module must be replaced for the device to recover from this error. This state can be caused by a device failure during initialization, a device crossing the high-temperature threshold, or a voltage failure on the optics module during normal operation.

  • CABLE_ELEC_LOOPBACK—An electrical loopback module is connected to the optics port.

    Note: Only electrical loopback modules from ELPEUS are supported.

  • CABLE_ERROR—Cable cannot be detected, probably because the SIB is not online yet.

Module Type

Indicates module type.

Sample Output

show chassis fabric optics (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

user@host> show chassis fabric optics

show chassis fabric optics (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

user@host> show chassis fabric optics 0

show chassis fabric optics sfc (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

user@host> show chassis fabric optics sfc 0

show chassis fabric optics lcc (TX Matrix Plus Router with 3D SIBs)

user@host> show chassis fabric topology lcc 7