Dashboard for EX Series Switches

 
Note

This topic applies only to the J-Web Application package.

When you log in to the J-Web user interface, the dashboard for the Juniper Networks EX Series Ethernet Switches appears. Use the dashboard to view system information.

The Update Available window appears if there is a latest update of the J-Web Application package available on the Juniper Networks server. This window is enabled by the auto update feature of J-Web.

Note
  • The Update Available window will not appear when you log in, if you have not selected the Check for updates automatically on every login in the Update Preference section in the Maintain > Update J-Web side pane. By default, the Check for update automatically on every login is selected.

  • If you choose Update Later, you can update to the latest J-Web Application package by clicking the orange icon next to Update Available on the top pane of the J-Web interface or through Maintain > Update J-Web.

The dashboard comprises a graphical chassis viewer and four panels.

Graphical Chassis Viewer

The Dashboard panel displays a graphical view of the chassis of a switch. In a Virtual Chassis, it displays a graphical view of each member switch.

In a Virtual Chassis, the default values are shown on the Dashboard panel when no chassis image is clicked. The panel displays the value for a switch if you click its image.

Note

If the member switch is not present, inactive, or not provisioned, you cannot expand the member switch image.

In J-Web Application package Release 14.1X53-A2, you can form a Virtual Chassis using EX4600 and EX4300 switches. When in a mixed Virtual Chassis consisting of EX4600 switches and EX4300 switches, the EX4600 switches can be the master, backup, or in the linecard role, while the EX4300 switches must be in the linecard role.

Table 1 lists the details that are displayed on each member switch.

Table 1: Details of a Virtual Chassis Member Switch

Details

Example

Model number of the member switch

EX3300

Assigned ID that applies to the entire Virtual Chassis configuration

ID 2

Note: If the member switch is not provisioned, the serial number of the switch is displayed instead of its ID.

Role of the member switch

Master

Possible roles are: Master, Backup, or Linecard

Status of the member switch

Prsnt

Possible statuses are: Prsnt, NotPrsnt, Inactive, or Unprvsnd

The status of the member switch is displayed on the image of the switch. If the member switch appears dimmed, it means the switch is not present, is inactive, or is not provisioned in the Virtual Chassis. If the member switch does not appear dimmed, it means the switch is present and is active.

Table 2 describes the possible status of a member switch.

Table 2: Status of a Member Switch in a Virtual Chassis

If the member switch is

It appears as

It means the member switch

Present

Prsnt

Has established physical and logical connections with Virtual Chassis member switches.

Not present

dimmed and

NotPrsnt

Has been disconnected from the existing Virtual Chassis.

Inactive

dimmed and

Inactive

Has established physical connections, but is unable to establish logical connections.

Not provisioned

dimmed and

Unprvsnd

Cannot synchronize with the existing preprovisioned Virtual Chassis.

Click Rear View for a graphical view of the rear panel of the switch.

Click Preferences to choose which panels must be displayed and set the refresh interval for chassis viewer information. Click OK to save your changes and return to the dashboard or click Cancel to return to the dashboard without saving changes.

Note

You can drag the various panels to different locations in the J-Web window.

System Information Panel

Table 3: System Information

Field

Description

System name

Indicates the local name of the EX Series switch. The local name of the EX Series switches changes when an individual image is clicked.

Device model

Indicates the model of the EX Series switch. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, to indicate the model of a switch, click the image of that switch.

Note: In a Virtual Chassis setup for an EX6210, EX8208, or EX8216 switch, the Device model field displays details of the master Routing Engine. To view details of a member, select it.

Inventory details

Indicates the following:

  • For EX3200 switches; and for EX2200, EX2200-C, EX3300, EX4200, EX4300, EX4500, EX4550, and EX4600 switches that are not configured as Virtual Chassis, the value displayed in Inventory details field is always 1 FPC. FPC is a legacy term for a slot in a large Juniper Networks chassis; which simply refers to the standalone switch.

  • For EX2200 and EX2200-C switches configured as a Virtual Chassis, the value displayed in the Inventory details field is 1–4 FPC, with the number corresponding to the number of member switches.

  • For EX3300 switches configured as a Virtual Chassis, the value displayed in the Inventory details field is 1–6 FPC, with the number corresponding to the number of member switches.

    Note: For Junos OS Release 14.1X53-D10 and later, EX3300 switches configured as a Virtual Chassis display the value 1–10 FPC in the Inventory details field.

  • For EX4200, EX4500, EX4550, and EX4600 switches configured as a Virtual Chassis, the value displayed in the Inventory details field is 1–10 FPC, with the number corresponding to the number of member switches.

  • For EX6210 switches, the values displayed in the Inventory details field are 1–2 CB and 1–9 FPC. CB, or Control Board, refers to the SRE module. FPC refers to line cards and the FPC within the CB.

  • For an EX8208 switch, the values displayed in Inventory details field are 1–3 CB and 0–8 FPC. CB, or Control Board, refers to SRE and SF modules. FPC refers to line cards.

  • For EX8216 switches, the values displayed in Inventory details field are 1–2 CB and 0–16 FPC. CB, or Control Board, refers to RE modules and FPC refers to line cards.

  • For an XRE200 External Routing Engine in an EX8200 Virtual Chassis, the value displayed in Inventory details is 1 XRE. XRE refers to RE modules. For XRE200 External Routing Engines configured as a Virtual Chassis, the values displayed in Inventory details are 1–2 XRE and 0–4 LCC, where LCC refers to the EX8200 line card chassis.

Junos image

Indicates the version of the Junos OS image. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, the Junos OS image of the master switch is displayed by default. To display the Junos OS image of a specific switch, click the image of that switch.

Boot image

Indicates the version of the boot image that is used. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, the boot image of the master switch is displayed by default. To display the boot image of a specific switch, click the image of that switch.

Device uptime

Indicates the time since the last reboot. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, to display the uptime of the specific switch, click the image of that switch.

Last configured time

Indicates the time when the switch was last configured.

Health Status Panel

Table 4: Health Status

Field

Description

EX2200, EX2200-C, EX3200, EX3300, EX4200, and EX4300 Switches

Memory util.

Indicates the memory used in the Routing Engine. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, the memory utilization value of the master Routing Engine is displayed.

Note: In EX4300 and EX4600 Virtual Chassis, to display the Routing Engine memory utilization of the master or backup, click the respective image. J-Web is supported on EX4600 switches only in J-Web Application package Release 14.1X53-A2.

Flash

Indicates the usage and capacity of internal flash memory and any external USB flash drive.

Note: In EX4300 Virtual Chassis, the flash memory utilization of the master switch is displayed by default. To display the flash memory utilization along with the internal and external flash memory utilization details for each switch or line card, mouse over individual switch or line card images.

In EX4600 Virtual Chassis, to display the flash memory utilization along with the internal and external flash memory utilization details of each switch or line card mouse over the green-colored indicator.

Temp.

Indicates the chassis temperature status. Temperatures are listed in Celsius and the corresponding Fahrenheit values.

Note: The Temp field is unavailable for a standalone EX2200-C switch.

The Temp field is dynamically available for an EX2200 Virtual Chassis switch based on the model of the member clicked.

Note: In EX4300 Virtual Chassis, the temperature of the master Routing Engine is displayed by default. To display the temperature of the Routing Engine of any switch, click the image of that switch.

In EX4600 Virtual Chassis, to display the temperature of the Routing Engine of each switch, mouse over the green-colored indicator.

CPU load

Indicates the average CPU usage over 15 minutes. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, on loading the master or backup switch, the CPU load for that switch's Routing Engine is displayed by default. To display the CPU load for a specific switch's Routing Engine, click the image of that switch.

Fan status

Indicates the status of the fans in the fan tray. The possible values are OK, Failed, and Absent. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, the fan status of the master switch is displayed by default. To display the fan status for any switch , click the image of that switch.

Note: The Fan status field is unavailable for a standalone EX2200-C switch.

The Fan status field is dynamically available for an EX2200 Virtual Chassis switch based on the model of the member clicked.

In EX4600 Virtual Chassis, mouse over the fan icon to display the fan status of all the switches.

EX4500 and EX4550 Switches

Memory util.

Indicates the memory used in the Routing Engine. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, the memory utilization value of the master Routing Engine is displayed.

Flash

Indicates the usage and capacity of internal flash memory and any external USB flash drive.

Temp.

Indicates the chassis temperature status. Temperatures in the dashboard are listed in Celsius and the corresponding Fahrenheit values.

Note: The Temp field is unavailable for an EX4500 switch.

CPU load

Indicates the average CPU usage over 15 minutes.

Fan status

Indicates the status of the fans in the fan tray. The possible values are OK, Failed, and Absent. This field also indicates the direction of airflow of the fan tray. The possible values are Front to back and Back to front.

EX6210 Switches

Memory util.

Indicates the memory used in the master Routing Engine. Click the backup Routing Engine to view the memory used in the backup Routing Engine.

CPU load

Indicates the average CPU usage over 15 minutes.

Flash

Indicates the usage and capacity of internal flash memory and any external USB flash drive.

Fan status

Indicates the status of the fans in the fan tray. The possible values are OK, Failed, and Absent.

EX8208 Switches

Memory util.

Indicates the memory used in the external Routing Engine. In an EX8200 Virtual Chassis, the memory utilization value of the XRE200 External Routing Engine in the master role is displayed. Click the XRE200 External Routing Engine in the backup role to view the memory used in the backup external Routing Engine.

CPU load

Indicates the average CPU usage over 15 minutes.

Flash

Indicates the usage and capacity of internal flash memory and any external USB flash drive.

EX8216 Switches

Memory util.

Indicates the memory used in the external Routing Engine. In an EX8200 Virtual Chassis, the memory utilization value of the XRE200 External Routing Engine in the master role is displayed. Click the XRE200 External Routing Engine in the backup role to view the memory used in the backup external Routing Engine.

CPU load

Indicates the average CPU usage over 15 minutes.

Flash

Indicates the usage and capacity of internal flash memory and any external USB flash drive.

XRE200 External Routing Engines

Memory util.

Indicates the memory used in the external Routing Engine. In an EX8200 Virtual Chassis, the memory utilization value of the XRE200 External Routing Engine in the master role is displayed. Click the backup XRE200 External Routing Engine to view the memory used in backup external Routing Engine.

CPU load

Indicates the average CPU usage over 15 minutes.

Flash

Indicates the usage and capacity of internal flash memory and any external USB flash drive.

Fan Status

Indicates the status of the fans in the fan tray. The possible values are OK, Failed, and Absent.

Capacity Utilization Panel

Table 5: Capacity Utilization

Field

Description

Number of active ports

Indicates the number of active ports in the switch. Configured Virtual Chassis ports (VCPs) are considered as active ports.

Total number of ports

Indicates the number of ports in the switch.

Note: In EX3300 and EX4600 Virtual Chassis, the total number of ports of all of the switches is displayed.

Used-up MAC-Table entries

Indicates the number of MAC table entries.

Supported MAC-Table entries

Indicates the maximum number of MAC table entries permitted.

Number of VLANs configured

Indicates the number of VLANs configured.

Note: Only tagged VLANs are counted.

Number of VLANs supported

Indicates the maximum number of VLANs supported.

Alarms Panel

Displays information about the last five alarms raised in the system. For example, if there are 5 major alarms, then details of all 5 major alarms are displayed. If there are 4 major alarms and 3 minor alarms, then details of the 4 major alarms and 1 minor alarm are displayed. Major alarms are displayed in red and minor alarms are displayed in yellow.

In an EX8200 Virtual Chassis, the top 5 alarms for the master external Routing Engine are displayed by default. If you select an EX8200 member switch of the Virtual Chassis, the top 5 alarms for that member switch are displayed.

File System Usage

To display the file system storage details of a switch in the backup or linecard role, click the image of that switch.

Chassis Viewer

Click the Rear View button to see the back of the chassis image. Click the Front View button to see the front of the chassis image. In a Virtual Chassis configuration, the Rear View button is disabled if the switch is not selected.

  • Table 6—Describes the chassis viewer for EX2200 switches.

  • Table 7—Describes the chassis viewer for EX2200-C switches.

  • Table 8—Describes the chassis viewer for EX3200, EX3300, and EX4200 switches.

  • Table 9—Describes the chassis viewer for EX4300 switches.

  • Table 10—Describes the chassis viewer for EX4500 switches.

  • Table 11—Describes the chassis viewer for EX4550 switches.

  • Table 12—Describes the chassis viewer for EX4600 switches.

  • Table 13—Describes the chassis viewer for EX6210 switches.

  • Table 14—Describes the chassis viewer for EX8208 switches.

  • Table 15—Describes the chassis viewer for EX8216 switches.

  • Table 16—Describes the chassis viewer for the XRE200 External Routing Engines.

Table 6: Chassis Viewer for EX2200 Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Interface status

In the image, the following colors denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

Rear View

Management (me0) port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

Console port

The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server. (You might do this for initial switch configuration.)

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display name, status, and description information.

Power supply

Mouse over the power outlet icon to display name, status, and description information.

Table 7: Chassis Viewer for EX2200-C Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Interface status

In the image, the following colors denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

Management (me0) port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

Console port

The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server. (You might do this for initial switch configuration.)

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Rear View

Power supply

Mouse over the power outlet icon to display name, status, and description information.

Table 8: Chassis Viewer for EX3200, EX3300, and EX4200 Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Interface status

In the image, the following colors denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

For a Virtual Chassis configuration, select the switch to view the interface status.

If an SFP+ uplink module is installed in the switch, mouse over the port icon to display whether the module is configured to operate in 1-gigabit mode or in 10-gigabit mode. If the module is configured to operate in 1-gigabit mode, the tool tip information is displayed for all 4 ports. If the module is configured to operate in 10-gigabit mode, the tool tip information is displayed only for 2 ports.

On an EX3300 switch with the 4x GE/XE SFP+ module, mouse over the port icon to display whether the module is configured to operate in 1-gigabit mode or 10-gigabit mode.

For SFP, SFP+, and XFP ports, the interfaces appear dimmed if no transceiver is inserted. The chassis viewer displays Transceiver not plugged-in when you mouse over the port icon.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display.

Rear View of the EX3200 Switch

Management (me0) port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

Console port

The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server. (You might do this for initial switch configuration.)

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display name, status, and description information.

Power supply

Mouse over the power supply icon to display name, status, and description information.

Rear View of the EX3300 and EX4200 Switch

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display name, status, and description information. For a Virtual Chassis, the status of the fans of the selected member switch is displayed.

Virtual Chassis port

Displayed only when EX4200 switches are configured as a Virtual Chassis. The following colors denote the Virtual Chassis port (VCP) status:

  • Green—VCP is up and operational.

  • Yellow—VCP is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—VCP is down and nonoperational.

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Management (me0) port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

Console port

The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server. (You might do this for initial switch configuration.)

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

Table 9: Chassis Viewer for EX4300 Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Interface status

In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status for both copper and fiber media type of ports:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display.

Mini USB console

The mini console port is used to connect the switch to the management console.

PIC 2 slot

You can install an uplink module in the PIC 2 slot. Mouse over the ports in the module to view the details of the ports in module.

24-port and 48-port EX4300 switches support the4-port 10-Gigabit SFP+ uplink module.

EX4300-32F switches support the 2-port 40-Gigabit QSFP+ uplink module and the 8-port 10-Gigabit SFP+ uplink module.

When you install a transceiver in the port, the following colors denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is not operational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and not operational.

Note: In EX4300 switches the LEDs are seen in the front panel, these are not active.

Rear View of the EX4300 Switch

Management port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

Console port

The Console port (RJ-45) is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server.

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icons to display name, status, and description information.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

PIC 1 slot

The rear panel of a 24-port and a 48-port EX4300 switch has four (built-in) 40-Gigabit QSFP+ ports, and the rear panel of an EX4300-32F switch has two (built-in) 40-Gigabit QSFP+ ports, in which you can install QSFP+ transceivers. Mouse over the ports to view the details of the ports.

After you install a transceiver in the port, the following colors denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is not operational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and not operational.

For QSFP+ ports, the interfaces appear dimmed if no transceiver is inserted. The chassis viewer displays Transceiver not plugged in when you mouse over the port.

When a QSFP+ port is configured as a Virtual Chassis Port (VCP), the following colors denote the VCP status:

  • Green—VCP is up and operational.

  • Yellow—VCP is up but is not operational.

  • Gray—VCP is down and not operational.

Table 10: Chassis Viewer for EX4500 Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Interface status

In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

For a Virtual Chassis configuration, select the switch to view the interface status.

If an SFP+ uplink module is installed in the switch, mouse over the interface (ports) on the module for more information.

For SFP and SFP+ ports, the interfaces appear dimmed if no transceiver is inserted. The chassis viewer displays Transceiver not plugged-in when you mouse over the port icon.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display.

Console port

The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server.

Management (me0) port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management. Use this port for initial switch configuration.

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Rear View of the EX4500 Switch

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display status of the fans and airflow direction information. For a Virtual Chassis, the status of the fans of the selected member switch is displayed.

Virtual Chassis port

Displayed only when switches are configured as a Virtual Chassis. The colors listed below denote the Virtual Chassis port (VCP) status:

  • Green—VCP is up and operational.

  • Yellow—VCP is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—VCP is down and nonoperational.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

Intraconnect module

Mouse over the module to display details of the intraconnect module. The intraconnect module helps the switch achieve line rate on all its ports.

Virtual Chassis module

Mouse over to display details of the switches in the Virtual Chassis configuration.

Table 11: Chassis Viewer for EX4550 Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Interface status

In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

For a Virtual Chassis configuration, select the switch to view the interface status.

If an expansion module or a Virtual Chassis module is installed in the switch, mouse over the interface (ports) on the module for more information.

On an EX4550-32F switch, for SFP and SFP+ ports, the interfaces appear dimmed if no transceiver is inserted. The chassis viewer displays Transceiver (1G/10G) not plugged in when you mouse over the port icon.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display.

Console port

The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server.

Mini Console port

The mini console port is used to connect the switch to the management console.

Management (me0) port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management. Use this port for initial switch configuration.

PIC1 slot

You can insert an uplink module or a Virtual Chassis module in the PIC1 slot. Mouse over to display the details of the module inserted (uplink or Virtual Chassis).

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Rear View of the EX4550 Switch

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display the status of the fans and airflow direction information. For a Virtual Chassis, the status of the fans of the selected member switch is displayed.

Virtual Chassis port

Displayed only when switches are configured as a Virtual Chassis. In the image, the colors listed below denote the Virtual Chassis port (VCP) status:

  • Green—VCP is up and operational.

  • Yellow—VCP is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—VCP is down and nonoperational.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

PIC2 slot

You can insert an uplink module or a Virtual Chassis module into the PIC2 slot. Mouse over to display the details of the module inserted (uplink or Virtual Chassis).

Table 12: Chassis Viewer for EX4600 Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Note: J-Web is supported on EX4600 switches only in J-Web Application package Release 14.1X53-A2.

Interface status

In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status for both copper and fiber media type of ports:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

PIC 1 and PIC 2 slots

You can install an expansion module in the PIC 1 and PIC 2 slots. If you have installed an expansion module, mouse over the ports in the module to view the details of the ports in module.

When you install a transceiver in the port, the following colors denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is not operational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and not operational.

Note:

  • In EX4600 switches the LEDs are seen in the front panel; these are not active.

  • In EX4600 switches there is no LCD panel.

Rear View of the EX4600 Switch

Management port

The management ports (RJ-45 and SFP) is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

Console port

The Console port (RJ-45) is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server.

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icons to display name, status, and description information.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

Table 13: Chassis Viewer for EX6210 Switches

Field

Description

Front View

Temperature

Mouse over the temperature icon to display the temperature of the CB or line card.

Interface status

Select the CB or line card.

In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

You can view status for the following ports on the SRE module:

  • USB port—Indicates the USB port for the switch.

    Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

  • Management (me0) port—The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management. There are 2 management ports: fiber and copper. The same status is displayed for both the me0 ports.

  • Console port—The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server. (You might do this for initial switch configuration.)

CBs support 4 SFP+ uplink ports. Mouse over the interface on the CB for more information.

For SFP and SFP+ ports, the interfaces appear dimmed if no transceiver is inserted. The chassis viewer displays Transceiver not plugged-in when you mouse over the port icon.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display of the master Routing Engine. The EX6210 switch has 2 LCD panels, one for each Routing Engine. The backup Routing Engine LCD displays Backup.

Rear View of the EX6210 Switch

Fan tray

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display information regarding the cooling fans.

Table 14: Chassis Viewer for EX8208 Switches

Field

Description

Front View 

Interface status

In the image, click any line card, SRE module, or SF module to view the front view of the selected component. In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

You can view status for the following ports on the SRE module:

  • USB port—Indicates the USB port for the switch.

    Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

  • Auxiliary port—This port is unavailable.

  • Management (me0) port—The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

  • Console port—The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server. (You might do this for initial switch configuration.)

Because the SF module has no ports, no status information is displayed.

Slot numbers

Slots on the switch are labeled, from the top of the switch down:

  • 0–3 (line cards)

  • SRE0, SF, SRE1 (SRE and SF modules)

  • 4–7 (line cards)

Temperature

The active slots contain a gray temperature icon. Mouse over the icon to display temperature information for the slot.

Fan status

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display name, status, and description information.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display.

Rear View

The EX8208 switch does not have any components on the rear of the chassis.

Table 15: Chassis Viewer for EX8216 Switches

Field

Description

Front View 

Interface status

In the image, click any line card or RE module to display the front view of the selected component. In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

You can view status for the following ports on the RE module:

  • USB port—Indicates the USB port for the switch.

    Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

  • Auxiliary port—This port is unavailable.

  • Management (me0) port—The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management.

  • Console port—The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server. (You might do this for initial switch configuration.)

Slot numbers

Slots on the switch are labeled, from the top of the switch down:

  • RE0 (RE module)

  • RE1 (RE module)

  • 0–15 (line cards)

Temperature

The active slots contain a gray temperature icon. Mouse over the icon to display temperature information for the slot.

Fan status

Mouse over the fan tray icon to display consolidated information about the fans.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display.

Rear View

SF modules

Mouse over the SF module icons in their respective slots to display information. Slots are numbered SF7–SF0, from left to right.

Table 16: Chassis Viewer for XRE200 External Routing Engines

Field

Description

Front View

Interface status

In the image, the colors listed below denote the interface status:

  • Green—Interface is up and operational.

  • Yellow—Interface is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—Interface is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

For a Virtual Chassis configuration, select the switch to view the interface status.

Console port

The console port is used to connect the switch to a management console or to a console server.

Management (me0) port

The management port is used to connect the switch to a management device for out-of-band management. Use this port for initial switch configuration.

Virtual Chassis port

In the image, the colors listed below denote the Virtual Chassis port (VCP) status:

  • Green—VCP is up and operational.

  • Yellow—VCP is up but is nonoperational.

  • Gray—VCP is down and nonoperational.

Mouse over the interface (port) to view more information.

LCD panel

LCD panel configured for the LEDs on the ports. Mouse over the icon to view the current character display.

Temperature

The active slots contain a gray temperature icon. Mouse over the icon to display temperature information for the slot.

USB port

Indicates the USB port for the switch.

Note: We recommend that you use USB flash drives purchased from Juniper Networks for your EX Series switch.

PIC1 slot

You can install a Virtual Chassis module in the PIC1 slot. Mouse over the Virtual Chassis ports to display the port status details.

PIC2 slot

You can install a Virtual Chassis module in the PIC2 slot. Mouse over the Virtual Chassis ports to display the port status details.

Rear View of the XRE200 External Routing Engine

Fan modules

Mouse over the fan modules to display status of the fans and airflow direction information. For a Virtual Chassis, the status of the fans of the selected member switch is displayed.

Power supplies

Mouse over the power supply icons to display name, status, and description information.

Release History Table
Release
Description
For Junos OS Release 14.1X53-D10 and later, EX3300 switches configured as a Virtual Chassis display the value 1–10 FPC in the Inventory details field.
In J-Web Application package Release 14.1X53-A2, you can form a Virtual Chassis using EX4600 and EX4300 switches.
J-Web is supported on EX4600 switches only in J-Web Application package Release 14.1X53-A2.