SRX110 Services Gateway LEDs

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SRX110 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs

Figure 6 shows the SRX110 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs.

Figure 6: SRX110 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs

SRX110 Services Gateway
Front Panel LEDs

Table 9 lists the LED indicators on the SRX110 Services Gateway front panel.

Table 9: SRX110 Services Gateway Front Panel Components LEDs

Component

Description

Usage

Alarm LED

The Alarm LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Red and steadily on indicates a critical alarm.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates a major alarm.
  • Green indicates that the device is functioning normally with no alarms.
  • Off indicates that the device is not powered on.

    Note: When the system is up and running, if the Alarm LED is off, it indicates that no alarms are present on the device.

The Alarm LED can be used to gather information on critical, major, or minor alarms or to determine if the device is functioning normally.

Status LED

The Status LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the device is functioning normally.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that the device is starting up.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that the device has failed.
  • Off indicates that the device is not powered on.

The Status LED can be used to determine whether the device is starting up, is functioning normally, or has failed.

Power LED

The Power LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the device is functioning normally.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that the Power button has been pressed and quickly released. The device is gracefully shutting down.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that there is a problem with the power supply.
  • Off indicates that the device is not receiving power.

The Power LED can be used to determine if the device is receiving power.

3G LED

The 3G LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the 3G USB modem is functioning normally or connected to network.
  • Red and steadily on indicated that the 3G USB modem is not registered with network.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that the 3G USB modem is registered with network.
  • Off indicates that the 3G USB modem is not detected.

The 3G LED can be used to determine if the 3G USB modem is plugged in.

Note: The 3G LED will be functional only if you reboot the services gateway after plugging in the modem.

SYNC LED

The SYNC LED for the VDSL2 interface has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the VDSL2 link is up.
  • Green and blinking indicates that the VDSL2 link is in training and there is no connection to CO.

    Note: Training refers to the negotiation of the best mode for a DSL connection.

  • Off indicates that interface has not yet booted up.

The SYNC LED can be used to determine if the VDSL2 link is connected.

TX/RX LED

The TX/RX LED for the VDSL2 interface has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and blinking indicates that there is traffic.
  • Green and steadily on indicates an invalid state.
  • Off indicates that there is no traffic.

The TX/RX LED can be used to determine if there is any traffic through the VDSL interface.

SRX110 Services Gateway Ethernet Port LEDs

On the device, each Fast Ethernet port has two LEDs. Figure 7 shows the device Ethernet port LEDs.

Figure 7: SRX110 Services Gateway Ethernet Port LEDs

SRX110 Services Gateway
Ethernet Port LEDs

Table 10 describes the built-in Ethernet port LEDs.

Table 10: SRX110 Services Gateway Built-In Ethernet Port LEDs

Number

Function

Color

State

Description

1

LINK/ACTIVE LED

Green

Blinking

Link is active. Data communication is taking place.

On Steadily

Link is active. No data communication is taking place.

Off

Link is inactive.

Note: The LED marked as 2 in Figure 7 is not functional in this release.

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