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Fast Ethernet PICs (M40e Router)

Figure 7: 4-Port Fast Ethernet PIC

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Figure 8: 8-Port Fast Ethernet PIC

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Figure 9: 12-Port Fast Ethernet PIC

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Figure 10: 48-Port Fast Ethernet PIC

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Figure 11: VHDCI-to-RJ-21 Cable

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Software release

  • 4-port, 8-port, 48-port: JUNOS 5.2 and later
  • 12-port: JUNOS 5.4 and later

Description

  • 4 100Base-TX ports
  • 8 100Base-FX ports
  • 12 100Base-TX ports
  • 48 100Base-TX ports
  • Power requirement:
    • 4-port: 0.14 A @ 48 V (6.8 W)
    • 8-port: 0.26 A @ 48 V (12.5 W)
    • 12-port: 0.23 A @ 48 V (11 W)
    • 48-port: 0.69 A @ 48 V (33.3 W)

Hardware features

  • High-performance throughput on each port at speeds up to 100 Mbps
  • Source and destination Media Access Control (MAC) address filtering
  • RMON EtherStats packet buffering
  • 802.3 Ethernet standard compliant
  • 4-port PICs MTUs up to 9192 bytes; 8-port, 12-port, and 48-port PICs support MTUs up to 1532 bytes
  • 4-port PICs support 1,024 802.1Q VLANs per port; 8-port, 12-port, and 48-port PICs support 16 802.1Q VLANs per port

Software features

  • Autosensing full-duplex and half-duplex modes
  • Virtual Router Redundancy Protocol (VRRP)
  • 802.1q virtual LANs (VLANs)
  • Circuit cross-connect (CCC) VLAN

Cables and connectors

4-port PIC:

  • Connector: Two-pair, Category 5 unshielded twisted-pair connectivity through an RJ-45 connector
  • Pinout: MDI noncrossover

8-port PIC:

  • Connector: MT-RJ female
  • FX optical interface—see Table 15

12-port PIC:

  • Connector: One very High Density Connector Interface (VHDCI) to RJ-21 cable that connects to an RJ-45 patch panel
 

48-port PIC:

  • VHDCI-to-RJ-21 cables that connect to an RJ-45 patch panel
  • Four VHDCI connectors that each service 12 10/100 ports

Note: Each of the four connectors on a Fast Ethernet 48-port PIC can support a maximum of approximately 800 Mbps. However, this constitutes oversubscription. Use this PIC only in environments that can support this level of oversubscription.

LEDs

Status LED, one bicolor:

  • Off—PIC ports not enabled
  • Green—PIC is operating normally
  • Red—PIC has an error or failure

4-port PIC—One pair of port LEDs:

  • Link LED—If green, the port is online; if there is no light, the port is down
  • RX LED—If flashing green, the port is receiving data; if there is no light, the port might be on but is not receiving data

8-port PIC—one pair of port LEDs per port:

  • Port link LED—If green, the port is online; if there is no light, the port is down

    Note: The Link LED remains lit on the 8-port PIC when the port is down.

  • Port RX LED—If flashing green, the port is receiving data; if there is no light, the port might be on, but is not receiving data

12-port PIC—one port LED per port:

  • Green—100-Mbps link established
  • Flashing green—100-Mbps activity
  • Yellow—10-Mbps link established
  • Flashing yellow—10-Mbps activity
  • Off—No link present

    Note: The port LEDs remain lit on the 12-port PIC when the ports are down.

 

Note: The 48-port PIC does not have port LEDs. To check port status on a 48-port PIC, use the show interfaces fe-fpc/pic/port command. For more information about this command, see the JUNOS Network Interfaces Configuration Guide.


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