SRX240 Services Gateway LEDs

This topic includes the following sections:

Front Panel LEDs

Figure 5 shows the front panel LEDs of the SRX240 Services Gateway.

Figure 5: SRX240 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs

SRX240 Services Gateway
Front Panel LEDs

Table 10 lists the LED indications on the SRX240 Services Gateway front panel.

Table 10: SRX240 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs

Component

Description

Usage

Status LED

The Status LED indications are:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the services gateway is functioning normally.
  • Yellow and steadily on indicates that the services gateway is starting up.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that the services gateway has failed.

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

Alarm LED

The Alarm LED indications are:

  • Red and steadily on indicates a major alarm.
  • Yellow and steadily on indicates a minor alarm.
  • Off indicates that the services gateway is starting up, or is powered off, or that no alarms are present on the services gateway.

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

The Alarm LED can be used to gather information on major or minor alarms; it indicates whether the services gateway is functioning normally.

Power LED

The Power LED indications are:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the services gateway is functioning normally.
  • Yellow and steadily on indicates that the Power button has been pressed and quickly released.
  • Off indicates that the services gateway is not receiving power.

The Power LED indicates whether the services gateway is receiving power.

HA LED

The HA LED indications are:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that all high availability (HA) links are available.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that the HA links are not working as expected.
  • Yellow and steadily on indicates that some HA links are not working as expected.
  • Off indicates that HA is not enabled.

The HA LED indicates whether chassis clustering is enabled on the services gateway.

Mini-PIM LED

Each Mini-PIM LED provides the following indications:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the Mini-PIM is functioning normally.
  • Off indicates that the Mini-PIM is not present or is not detected by the services gateway.

The Mini-PIM LED indicates whether a Mini-PIM is present and is detected by the services gateway.

Ethernet Port LEDs

On the SRX240 Services Gateway, each Gigabit Ethernet port has the two LEDs as shown in Figure 6.

Figure 6: SRX240 Services Gateway Ethernet Port LEDs

SRX240 Services Gateway Ethernet
Port LEDs

Table 11: SRX240 Services Gateway Ethernet Port LEDs

Number

LED

1

TX/RX/Link LED

2

PoE (Power over Ethernet) LED

Note: The PoE LED is enabled only on PoE models of the SRX240 Services Gateway. On non-PoE models, the PoE LED is always unlit.

Table 12 describes the Ethernet port LEDs.

Table 12: SRX240 Services Gateway Ethernet Port LEDs

Function

Color

State

Description

TX/RX/Link

Green

Blinking

Link is active. Data communication is taking place.

Steady

Link is active. No data communication is taking place.

Unlit

Off

Link is inactive.

PoE Status

Green

Steady

PoE is activated and the connected power device is receiving power.

Yellow

Steady

PoE is activated, but the connected power device is not receiving power (there is fault or not enough power).

Unlit

Off

PoE is disabled or no device is drawing power.

DC Power Feed LEDs (SRX240 Services Gateway with DC Power Supply Models)

On the SRX240 Services Gateway with DC power supply models, the back panel includes two LEDs, which indicate the status of the DC power feed LEDs.

Figure 7 shows the location of the DC power feed LEDs.

Figure 7: DC Power Feed LEDs

DC Power Feed LEDs

Table 13 describes the DC power feed LEDs.

Table 13: DC Power Feed LEDs

DC Input

DC Output

LED A

LED B

Input A

Input B

Input is normal.

Input is normal.

No output1.

Red

Red

Output is normal.

Green

Green

Input is connected but has failed because the power supply fuse has failed or input voltage is low.

Input is normal.

Output is normal.

Red (blinking)

Green

Input is normal.

Input is connected, but has failed because the power supply fuse has failed or the input voltage is low.

Output is normal.

Green

Red (blinking)

Input breaker open or no DC input connected.

Input is normal.

Output is normal.

Red (blinking)

Green

Input has failed.

Input has failed.

No output.

Red (blinking)

Red (blinking)

No input.

No input.

No output.

Off

Off

(1) No output because of an output side failure or an open connection.

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