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SRX210 Services Gateway LEDs

 

This topic includes the following sections:

Front Panel LEDs

Figure 1 shows the SRX210 Services Gateway front panel LEDs.

Table 1 lists the LED indicators on the SRX210 Services Gateway front panel.

Figure 1: SRX210 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs
SRX210 Services Gateway Front
Panel LEDs

Table 1: SRX210 Services Gateway Front Panel Components LEDs

Component

Description

Usage

Alarm LED

The Alarm LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Solid red indicates a major alarm.

  • Solid amber indicates a minor alarm.

  • 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.

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

Status LED

The Status LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Solid green indicates that the device is functioning normally.

  • Solid amber indicates that the device is starting up.

  • Solid red indicates that the device has failed.

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

Mini-PIM LED

The Mini-PIM LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Solid green indicates that the Mini-PIM is functioning normally.

  • Off indicates that the Mini-PIM is not present or not detected by the device.

The Mini-PIM LED can be used to determine if the Mini-PIM is present and detected by the device.

Power LED

The Power LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Solid green indicates that the device is functioning normally.

  • Solid amber indicates that the Power button has been pressed and quickly released.

  • Off indicates that the device is not receiving power.

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

HA LED

The HA LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Solid green indicates that all HA links are available.

  • Solid red indicates that the HA links are not working as expected.

  • Solid amber indicates that some HA links are not working as expected.

  • Off indicates that HA is not enabled.

The HA LED can be used to determine if high availability is enabled on the device.

3G ExpressCard LED

The 3G ExpressCard LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Solid green indicates that the ExpressCard is plugged in and the data call is established.

  • Solid red:

    • Indicates that the ExpressCard plugged in is faulty or not detected by the device.

    • Indicates that the ExpressCard is plugged in but not registered with the network.

  • Solid amber indicates that the ExpressCard is plugged in and registered with the network.

  • Off indicates that the ExpressCard is not plugged in.

The 3G ExpressCard LED provides information on the functioning of the ExpressCard slot.

Ethernet Port LEDs

On the SRX210 Services Gateway, each Gigabit Ethernet port and Fast Ethernet port has two LEDs. Figure 2 shows the SRX210 Services Gateway Ethernet port LEDs.

Figure 2: SRX210 Services Gateway Ethernet Port LEDs
SRX210 Services Gateway Ethernet
Port LEDs
Note

The numbers in Figure 2 correspond to the numbers in Table 2.

Table 2 describes the built-in Ethernet port LEDs.

Table 2: SRX210 Services Gateway Built-In Ethernet Port LEDs

Number

Function

Color

State

Description

1

TX/RX/LINK LED

Green

Blinking

Link is active. Data communication is taking place.

Solid

Link is active. No data communication is taking place.

Unlit

Off

Link is inactive.

2

PoE LED

Green

Solid

Power over Ethernet is on and the connected power device is receiving power.

Yellow

Solid

PoE (Power over Ethernet) is on, but the connected power device is not receiving power (device fault or not enough power).

Unlit

Off

PoE is off.

Note

The PoE LED is enabled only on the Power over Ethernet (PoE) model of the SRX210 Services Gateway. For non-PoE models, the PoE LED remains off.