SRX650 Services Gateway Front Panel

The front panel of the SRX650 Services Gateway includes the following components:

Figure 1 shows the front panel of the SRX650 Services Gateway.

Figure 1: SRX650 Services Gateway Front Panel

SRX650 Services Gateway Front
Panel

Figure 2 shows how the slots on the front panel of the SRX650 Services Gateway are numbered.

Figure 2: SRX650 Services Gateway Slot Numbers

SRX650 Services Gateway
Slot Numbers

Note: The numbers in Figure 1 correspond to the numbers in Table 5. The information about numbered slots in Table 5 corresponds to the slot numbers shown in Figure 2.

Table 5 provides information about the front panel components of the services gateway.

Table 5: SRX650 Services Gateway Front Panel Components

Number

Component

Location

Description

1

Mounting brackets

Sides of chassis

Rack-mounting brackets attached when the services gateway is mounted on a rack.

The mounting brackets are used to attach the services gateway to a rack or cabinet.

2

ALARM LED

Left side of the front chassis panel

The ALARM LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Red and steadily on indicates a critical alarm, such as a failure of a hardware component or software module, or detection of a firewall attack.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates a major alarm, such as low Services Processing Unit (SPU) memory (less than 10% remaining), session full, maximum number of VPN tunnels reached, HA status changed, or redundant group member not found.
  • Off indicates that the device is starting up.

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

3

FAN LED

Left side of the front chassis panel

The FAN LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the fan is functioning normally.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that the fan tray has failed.
  • Off indicates that there is no fan tray.

4

SRE/ACE LED 1.0

Left side of the front chassis panel

The SRE/ACE 1.0 LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates:
    • SRE1 is functioning normally.
    • ACE 1.0 half slot is functioning normally.
    • ACE 1 full slot is functioning normally.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates SRE1/ACE1 (full slot) or ACE 1.0 (half slot) is initializing, performing diagnostics, or going down.
  • Red and on steadily indicates SRE1/ACE1 (full slot) or ACE 1.0 (half slot) failure.
  • Off indicates SRE/ACE1 slot is empty.

Note: ACE modules will be supported in a future release.

5

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) outlet

Left side of the front chassis panel

For personal safety, while working on the services gateway, use the ESD outlet to plug in an ESD grounding strap to prevent your body from sending static charges to the services gateway.

6

4 fixed Gigabit Ethernet ports:

  • labeled Port 0/0
  • labeled Port 0/1
  • labeled Port 0/2
  • labeled Port 0/3

Provides link speeds of 10/100/1000 Mbps.

Left side of the front chassis panel

The Gigabit Ethernet ports have the following characteristics:

  • Use an RJ-45 connector.
  • Operate in full-duplex and half-duplex modes.
  • Support flow control.
  • Support autonegotiation.

The Gigabit Ethernet ports can be used to:

  • Function as front-end network ports.
  • Provide LAN and WAN connectivity to hubs, switches, local servers, and workstations.
  • Forward incoming data packets to the services gateway.
  • Receive outgoing data packets from the services gateway.

7

8 GPIM slots:

  • GPIM slots 1 through 4 are located at the first 1U high position starting from the left bottom of the chassis.
  • GPIM slots 5 through 8 are located at the second 1U high position starting from the left middle of the chassis. For specific GPIM/XPIM slots, see Figure 2.

Left side of the front chassis panel

Note: GPIMs/XPIMs are hot-swappable.

8

POWER LED

Left side of the front chassis panel

The POWER LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the services gateway is functioning normally and that the services gateway and all power supply units (PSUs) are receiving power.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that at least one PSU has failed.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that the Power button has been pressed and that the services gateway is shutting down gracefully.
  • Off indicates that the services gateway is not receiving power.

9

HA SYS LED

Left side of the front chassis panel

The High Availability (HA SYS) LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that all configured HA links are available.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that the HA links are not working as expected and a cluster member might be missing or unreachable.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that some configured HA links are down, but enough links are still active for full HA functionality. In this situation, performance might be reduced, current bandwidth could cause packet drops, or a single point of failure might now exist.
  • Off indicates that HA is not enabled.

10

SRE LED 0

Left side of the front chassis panel

The Services and Routing Engine (SRE) 0 LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates SRE0 is functioning normally.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates SRE0 is initializing, performing diagnostics, or going down.
  • Red and steadily on indicates SRE0 failure.
  • Off indicates SRE0 slot is empty.

11

SRE/ACE LED 1.1

Left side of the front chassis panel

The SRE/ACE 1.1 LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates ACE 1.1 half slot is functioning normally. Not applicable with SRE full slot module.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates ACE 1.1 half slot is initializing, performing diagnostics, or going down. Not applicable with SRE or ACE full slot modules.
  • Red and steadily on indicates ACE 1.1 half slot failure. Not applicable with SRE or ACE full slot modules.
  • Off indicates ACE 1.1 half slot is empty.

Note: ACE modules will be supported in a future release.

12

Power button

Left side of the front chassis panel

Use the Power button to gracefully shut down the services gateway and the SRE. The SRE shuts down other GPIMs first, then shuts itself down.

On a services gateway that has been previously shut down using the Power button, when depressed the SRE will come back online. After the SRE comes back online, it will bring the other GPIMs online.

Warning: The Power button does not shut off power to the power supplies or the midplane. You must remove the power cables (DC PSU) and power cords (AC PSU) to completely shut down the services gateway. The DC OK LED light on the PSU changes from green to amber indicating that the software has stopped running. During this time, you can safely remove the SRE and any GPIMs from the services gateway.

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