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Service Module LEDs

 

The following table describes the LEDs for all service modules.

Table 1: Service Module LED Behavior

Name

Description

State

State Description

Identify

(AMBER)

The Identify LED indicates whether the CMM has identified and acknowledged the newly-inserted module.

OFF

The CMM has identified and acknowledged the module.

The CMM can only acknowledge the module if the module is administratively up. A newly-inserted module is administratively up if either of the following is true:

  • The module has been pre-provisioned and configured to be administratively up.

  • Auto-provisioning is enabled. If auto-provisioning is enabled and if the CMM is able to identify the module, the module is automatically provisioned and its administrative status is set to up.

ON

The CMM has failed to identify or acknowledge the module.

BLINKING

The CMM is attempting to identify and acknowledge the module.

Active

(GREEN)

The Active LED reflects the operational status of the module.

OFF

The operational status of the module is down.

ON

The operational status of the module is up.

Fail

(RED)

The Fail LED reflects the operational status of the module.

OFF

The operational status of the module is up.

ON

The operational status of the module is down.

H/S

(BLUE)

The Hot Swap H/S LED indicates whether the module can be removed from the chassis.

OFF

The administrative status of the module is up, and the actual module matches the provisioned module.

The module should not be removed from the chassis in this state.

ON

The administrative status of the module is down, or the actual module does not match the provisioned module.

The module can be removed from the chassis in this state.

BLINKING

This is a transient state that occurs when plugging in a module, or when changing its administrative status.

The module should not be removed from the chassis in this state.