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JATP700 Chassis

 

JATP700 Appliance Front Panel Description

Figure 1 shows the front panel components of the JATP700 appliance.

Figure 1: JATP700 Front Panel
JATP700 Front Panel

Table 1 lists the front panel components of the JATP700 appliance.

Table 1: JATP700 Front Panel Components

Callout

Component

Description

1

Front Bezel

Protects the appliance.

2

Lock

Locks the appliance.

3

Power button

Powers on or powers off the appliance.

4

Hard drive

Eight 900 GB hard disk drives (Drive0 - Drive7).

5

Hard drive

Empty slots (Drive8 - Drive15).

6

RESET button

Reboots the appliance.

7

Chassis LEDs

Provides the colors and states, and the status they indicate.

Figure 2 shows the front panel LEDs of the JATP700 appliance.

Figure 2: JATP700 Front Panel LEDs
JATP700 Front Panel
LEDs

Table 2 lists the front panel LEDs of the JATP700 appliance.

Table 2: JATP700 Front Panel LEDs

Callout

LEDs

Description

1

Power

  • Solid green—Indicates that the appliance is receiving power.

  • Solid amber—Indicates that the power supply is plugged in and turned off, or the system is off but in an abnormal state.

  • Amber (blinking)—Indicates that the system power supply temperature has reached 63° C.

    Note: The system powers down automatically when the power supply temperature reaches 70° C and restarts when the power supply temperature goes below 60° C.

2

GLAN2

  • Flashing—Indicates activity.

  • Steady—Indicates link.

3

Alert/Power fail

Red—Indicates a power supply failure.

Amber—Indicates that the appliance is operating normally. The LED might glow amber if a rescue configuration is not set. This is not a panic condition.

4

Hard drive

Off. This LED is not used.

5

GLAN1

  • Flashing—Indicates activity.

  • Steady—Indicates link.

6

Information

  • Red (blinking)—Indicates a fan failure.

  • Red (slowly blinking)—Indicates a power failure. That is, the power is received but the power supply is not functioning. Check for a non-operational power supply.

  • Solid red—Indicates an overheat condition, which might be caused due to obstruction to the airflow in the system - for example, by cables or due to increase in the ambient temperature.

    You can perform the following checks:

    • Check the routing of the cables if they are obstructing the airflow from the system.

    • Ensure that all fans are present and operating normally.

    • Ensure that the chassis covers are installed.

  • Solid blue —Indicates User ID (UID) function is activated. Use this function to locate the server in a rack mount environment.

  • Blue (blinking)—Indicates Remote UID is on. Use this function to identify that the server is used from a remote location.

Table 3 lists the JATP700 hard disk drive port LEDs.

Table 3: JATP700 HDD Port LEDs

LEDs

Description

Status (left)

  • Solid red—Indicates failed drive for SAS/SATA/NVMe with RSTe support.

  • Red (blinking):

    • At 1 Hz—Indicates rebuild drive for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

    • Two blinks and one stop at 1 Hz—Indicates hot spare for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

    • On for five seconds, then off—Indicates power on for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

    • At 4 Hz—Indicates identify drive for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

Activity (right)

  • Solid blue—Indicates that the SAS drive is installed.

  • Blue (blinking)—Indicates the I/O activity.

JATP700 Appliance Back Panel Description

Figure 3 shows the back panel components of the JATP700 appliance.

Figure 3: JATP700 Back Panel
JATP700 Back Panel

Table 4 lists the back panel components of the JATP700 appliance.

Table 4: JATP700 Back Panel Components

Callout

Components

Description

1

Power supply

Provides power to all components.

2

Dedicated IPMI LAN port

1 RJ-45 dedicated Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) LAN port.

3

1-Gigabit Ethernet ports

4 RJ-45 1-Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports.

Top left: eth2 or alternate exhaust interface

Top right: eth3

When you configure 1-GB ports through CLI, bottom left port (GLAN1) is eth0 and bottom right port (GLAN2) is eth1.

4

10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ ports

2 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ ports. The top port is eth1 by default.

5

VGA port

1 VGA port.

6

USB ports

4 USB ports.

Top left: port 1; top right: port 3

Bottom left: port 0; bottom right: port 2

7

COM port

1 DB-9 COM port.

Note: This port is not supported.

Figure 4 shows the back panel Ethernet port LEDs of the JATP700 appliance.

Figure 4: JATP700 Ethernet Port LEDs
JATP700 Ethernet
Port LEDs

Table 5 lists the JATP700 Ethernet port LEDs.

Table 5: JATP700 Ethernet Port LEDs

Callout

LEDs

Description

1

Link/Activity

  • Off—Indicates no link.

  • Amber (blinking)—Indicates that there is activity on this port.

  • Amber (steady)—Indicates that the link is detected.

2

Speed

  • Off—Indicates no connection or the speed of the connection is 10 Mbps.

  • Green—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 100 Mbps.

  • Orange—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 1 Gbps.

Table 6 lists the JATP700 IPMI port LEDs.

Table 6: JATP700 IPMI Port LEDs

LEDs

Description

Link (left)

Green—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 100 Mbps.

Activity (right)

Amber (blinking)—Indicates link activity.

Table 7 lists the JATP700 SFP+ port LEDs.

Table 7: JATP700 SFP+ Port LEDs

LEDs

Description

Link (top)

  • Green—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 10 Gb.

  • Yellow—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 1 Gb.

Activity (bottom)

Green (blinking)—Indicates link activity.