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Routing Engines SRX3K-RE-12-10 and SRX1K-RE-12-10

 

Routing Engines are PowerPC platforms that run the Junos operating system (Junos OS). Software processes that run on the Routing Engine maintain the routing tables, manage the routing protocols used on the services gateway, control the services gateway interfaces, control some chassis components, and provide the interface for system management and user access to the services gateway.

Two USB ports on the Routing Engine accept USB memory cards that allow you to load Junos OS and perform file transfers.

The Routing Engine also provides the following integrated services:

  • Central Packet Forwarding Engine Processing (CPP)—This service manages all CFM cards.

  • System Control—This service handles Routing Engine arbitration and switching between multiple control planes when installed and acts as the host for the Switch Fabric Board (SFB) and midplane components.

The services gateway must have one Routing Engine installed in slot RE0. A Gigabit Ethernet port on the front panel of the Switch Fabric Board (SFB) is connected directly to the processors on the REs for management purposes. The SFB port labeled RE ETHERNET 0 connects to the Routing Engine in slot RE0.

Figure 1: Routing Engine (SRX3K-RE-12-10 Shown, SRX1K-RE-12-10 Similar)
Routing Engine (SRX3K-RE-12-10 Shown,
SRX1K-RE-12-10 Similar)

Description

  • Routing Engine for SRX1400 Services Gateway (SRX1K-RE-12-10)

  • Routing Engine for SRX3400 or SRX3600 Services Gateway (SRX3K-RE-12-10)

  • Power requirement: 53 W maximum

  • Weight: 2.9 lb (1.3 kg)

Software release

  • SRX3K-RE-12-10: Junos OS Release 9.3 and later

  • SRX1K-RE-12-10: Junos OS Release 10.2 and later

Cables and connectors

  • AUX–RJ-45 serial console port that can be used to manage the Routing Engine.

  • USB 0 (top), USB 1 (bottom)–Connectors for Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash drives.

Supported Slots

Slot RE0 only

Swapping

The Routing Engine is a cold-swap-only module. You must power-off the services gateway before removing or installing the Routing Engine.

Controls

ONLINE Button–The ONLINE button on the Routing Engine front panel does not perform any function.

LEDs

OK/FAIL LED, one bicolor

  • Off–One or more of the following conditions apply:

    • The services gateway is not powered on.

    • The services gateway is still in the process of either booting or shutting down.

  • Steady Green–The Routing Engine is operating normally.

  • Blinking Green–The Routing Engine is rebooting or is shutting down..

  • Red–The Routing Engine has failed and is not operating normally..

Routing Engine Function MASTER LED

  • Blue–The Routing Engine is the primary. This LED should always be lit.

Routing Engine Function STATUS LED

  • Steady Green–The Routing Engine is operating normally.

  • Blinking Green–The Routing Engine is booting.

  • Steady Red–The Routing Engine has failed and is not operating normally.

Routing Engine Function HDD LED

  • Blinking Green–The Routing Engine hard disk drive is being accessed.

  • Off–There is no hard disk drive activity.

PFE Controller STATUS LED

  • Steady Green–The PFE Controller is operating normally.

  • Blinking Green–The PFE Controller is booting.

  • Steady Red–The PFE Controller has failed and is not operating normally.

Serial Number Location

The serial number label is located as shown in Figure 2).

Figure 2: Routing Engine Serial Number Label
Routing Engine Serial Number
Label