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    CTP1002 Platform

    The Juniper Networks CTP1002 Circuit to Packet platform is a 1-U high, half-rack wide chassis designed for tabletop or shelf installation. It can also be installed in a rack with the supplied rack-mounting kit. The CTP1002 platform does not have any removable interface modules or cooling fans, but does use a removable Type II CompactFlash card. It is available in an AC-powered version only. See Figure 1.

    Figure 1: CTP1002 Chassis (Front View)

    CTP1002 Chassis (Front View)

    The front panel comprises the following components (see Figure 1):

    • Power LED—Green when power is connected and the power switch is set to the ON position.
    • HDD LED—Red when the drive is in use.
    • Front power switch—Set to ON position when 1 is briefly pressed. Set to OFF when 1 is pressed for four or more seconds.
    • Removable flash drive—The device must be powered off when you insert or remove the flash drive.

    The rear panel comprises the following components (see Figure 2):

    Figure 2: CTP1002 Chassis (Rear View)

    CTP1002 Chassis (Rear View)
    • Power input from the external 12-VDC power supply.
    • Port 0 and port 1 DB-25 connectors—DB-25 connectors are used for terminating EIA530, RS-232, V.35, 4WTO, and T1 circuits.

      The DB-25 port connector pinout is the same as the quad cables used on the larger CTP platforms. SeeCTP1000 Interface Module 100-to-25-Pin Cable Pinouts to find pinout information for this connector.

    • COM 2 console connection—Provides an asynchronous TTY connection for local configuration of the CTP platform. See CTP1000 Console Cable Pinouts to find pinout information for this connector.
    • Fast Ethernet connector—Provides the 100-Mbps Ethernet connection to the IP network by means of a local Ethernet switch or router.
    • USB port.
     
     

    Modified: 2015-11-22