Technical Documentation

SRX 210 Services Gateway Front Panel

The front panel of the SRX 210 services gateway consists of the following components:

  • Fast Ethernet ports
  • Gigabit Ethernet ports
  • Power button
  • Reset Config button
  • Console port
  • USB ports
  • Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM) slot
  • Front panel LEDs

Figure 1 shows the front panel of the SRX 210 services gateway.

Note: The numbers in Figure 1 correspond to the numbers in Table 1.

Figure 1: SRX 210 Services Gateway Front Panel Components

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Table 1 provides information on the components of the front panel of the services gateway.

Table 1: SRX 210 Services Gateway Front Panel Components

Number

Component

Location

Description

Usage

1

Mounting brackets

Sides of chassis

Rack mounting brackets attached when the device is mounted on rack. These brackets are optional.

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

2

Reset Config button

Recessed in the left side of the front panel

The Reset Config button returns the configuration on the device to the default configuration.

The Reset Config button is used to remove the current configuration and reset the configuration on the device to the default.

The button is recessed in the front panel to prevent it from being pressed accidentally.

Pressing and holding the Reset Config button for 15 seconds or more deletes all configurations on the device and loads and commits the factory configuration.

3

Status LED

Left side of the front panel

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.

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

4

Alarm LED

Left side of the front panel

The Alarm LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Red and steadily on indicates a critical alarm.
  • Amber and steadily on indicates a major alarm.
  • Off indicates that there are currently no alarms.

The Alarm LED can be used to gather information on whether there are critical or major alarms, or whether the device is functioning normally.

5

Power LED

Left side of the front panel

The Power LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that the device is functioning normally.
  • Off indicates that the device is not receiving power.

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

6

HA LED

Left side of the front panel

The HA LED has the following indicator colors:

  • Green and steadily on indicates that all HA links are available.
  • Red and steadily on indicates that the HA links are not working as expected.
  • Amber and steadily on 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 HA is enabled on the device.

7

Mini-PIM LED

Left side of the front panel

The Mini-PIM LED has the following indicator colors:

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

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

8

ExpressCard LED

Left side of the front panel

This LED provides information on the functioning of the Express Card slot.

Note: The ExpressCard LED functionality is not available for this release.

9

Power button

Left side of the front panel

The power button powers the device on and off.

The power button has status indicators on the front panel that indicate whether the power supply is functioning normally.

If you need to power off the device after the device finishes booting, use the J-Web interface or the CLI to halt the services gateway first.

10

Universal Serial Bus (USB) ports

Center of the front panel

The USB ports have the following characteristics:

  • Consist of two ports
  • Function in the following modes:
    • Low speed
    • Full speed
    • High speed
  • Compliant with USB revision 2.0.

The USB ports can be used as follows:

  • To support a USB storage device that functions as a secondary boot device in case of the NAND flash failure on startup, if the USB storage device is installed and configured.

    Note: You must install and configure the USB storage device on the USB port to use it as secondary boot device. Also, the USB device must have JUNOS installed.

  • To provide the USB interfaces that are used to communicate with many types of peripherals such as USB storage devices or USB storage device adapters

11

Console port

Center of the front panel

The Console port has the following characteristics:

  • Consists of one port
  • Uses an RJ-45 serial cable connector
  • Supports the RS-232 (EIA-232) standard

The Console port can be used as follows:

  • To provide the Console interface
  • To function as a management port to log into a device directly
  • To configure the device using the CLI

12

Gigabit Ethernet ports

Right side of the front panel

The Gigabit Ethernet ports have the following characteristics:

  • Consist of two fixed ports
  • Labeled as port 0/0 and port 0/1 on the front panel
  • Use an RJ-45 connector
  • Provide link speeds of 10/100/1000 Mbps
  • Operate in full-duplex and half-duplex modes
  • Support flow control
  • Support autonegotiation

The Gigabit Ethernet ports can be used as follows:

  • To function as front-end network ports
  • To provide LAN and WAN connectivity to hubs, switches, local servers, and workstations
  • To forward incoming data packets to the device
  • To receive outgoing data packets from the device

13

Fast Ethernet ports

Right side of the front panel

The Fast Ethernet ports have the following characteristics:

  • Consist of six fixed ports
  • Labeled as port 0/2 to port 0/7 on the front panel
  • Provide link speeds of 10/100 Mbps
  • Operate in the full-duplex and half-duplex modes
  • Support flow control
  • Support autonegotiation

The Fast Ethernet ports can be used as follows:

  • To provide LAN connectivity to hubs, switches, local servers, and workstations
  • To forward incoming data packets to the device
  • To receive outgoing data packets from the device

14

Mini-PIM slot

Right side of the front panel

The Mini-PIM slot has the following characteristics:

  • Consists of one slot for a Mini-PIM
  • Supports the T1/E1 Mini-PIM
  • Supports the 1–Port SFP Mini-PIM

The Mini-PIM slot can be used as follows:

  • To provide LAN and WAN functionality
  • To provide connections to the T1 or E1 network media types
  • To provide connectivity to a Gigabit Ethernet interface