SRX650 Services Gateway Services and Routing Engine 6

The Services and Routing Engine (SRE) module provides processing power for security services, routing protocol processes, and other software processes that control the services gateway interfaces, some of the chassis components, system management, and user access to the device.

The services gateway must have one SRE installed.

Caution: The SRE is not hot-swappable. You must power off the services gateway before removing or inserting an SRE.

The SRE installs horizontally in the back of the chassis in slots SRE0 or SRE1/SRE1.1. An SRE weighs 3 lb 13.6 oz (1.75 kg).

Note: Slot SRE0 is a full-length slot capable of holding a full slot module such as an SRE. The SRE1 and SRE1.1 slots are capable of holding either two half slot modules or one full slot module.

If a slot is not occupied by a card, a blank panel must be installed to shield the empty slot and to maintain proper cooling of the services gateway.

Figure 6 shows the front of the SRE.

Figure 6: Services and Routing Engine

Services and Routing Engine

Table 8 provides information about the SRE components.

Table 8: Services and Routing Engine Component Descriptions

Number

Component

Description

1

OFFLINE button

Note: The OFFLINE button is not supported on the SRE for this release.

Gracefully shuts down the SRE for removal when pressed.

Note: As of release 10.0, you can only have one SRE installed.

2

RESET CONFIG button

Returns the services gateway to the rescue configuration or the factory default configuration. For more information, see Resetting the SRX650 Services Gateway.

3

ALARM LED

The ALARM LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Red and steadily on indicates a critical alarm, such as 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 memory (less than 10% remaining), session full, maximum number of VPN tunnels reached, HA status change, 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.

4

POWER LED

The POWER LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the SRE is powered on and functioning normally.
  • Red and steadily on indicates a power supply unit (PSU) has failed.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that the OFFLINE button on the SRE has been pressed and released. The services gateway will gracefully shut down. When the LED goes off, the SRE can be safely removed.

    Note: The OFFLINE button is not supported on the SRE for this release.

  • Off indicates that the SRE is not receiving power.

5

STATUS LED

The STATUS LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the SRE is functioning normally.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that the SRE is starting up, running diagnostics, or shutting down.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that the SRE has failed.

6

HA SRE LED

Note: Dual SREs are not supported in this release.

The HA LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that this SRE is the primary SRE and is functioning normally.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates that this SRE is the secondary SRE and is functioning normally.
  • Off indicates SRE high availability is not enabled.

7

AUX port

Note: The Auxiliary port is not supported on the SRX650 Services Gateway.

8

CONSOLE port

Connects a laptop to the services gateway for CLI management. The port uses an RJ-45 serial connection, is configured as data terminal equipment (DTE), and supports the RS-232 (EIA) standard.

9

CF ACT LED

The CF ACT LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Red and steadily on indicates that a CompactFlash is inserted and functioning normally.
  • Red and blinking indicates that the CompactFlash is being accessed.
  • Off indicates no CompactFlash is inserted.

10

CompactFlash port

Slot that accepts removable type I or II CompactFlash cards, as defined in the CompactFlash Specifications published by the CompactFlash Association. When the removable CompactFlash card is installed and configured, it automatically acts as the secondary boot device if the primary CompactFlash card fails on startup.

Depending on the capacity of the removable CompactFlash card, you can also configure it to receive any core files generated during a failure.

The services gateway supports the following CompactFlash cards:

  • STEC 2 GB
  • Wintec 2 GB

11,12

USB 0 and USB 1 ports

The SRE has two USB ports, labeled USB 0 and USB 1, that accept a USB storage device. When the USB drive is installed and configured, it automatically acts as the secondary boot device if the primary CompactFlash card fails on startup.

Note: You must install Junos on the USB storage device to use it as the secondary boot device. The services gateway supports the following USB devices:

  • Sandisk Micro Cruzer 2 GB
  • Lexar 2 GB

Depending on the capacity of the USB drive, you can also configure it to receive core files generated during a failure.

13

Ejector handles

Small handles on each side of the SRE used to eject it from the chassis (loosen captive screws first). When installing the SRE into the chassis, use the handles to ensure a firm connection with the SRE into the backplane receptor.

14

Captive screws

Secures the SRE to the chassis.

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