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Services Processing Card SRX3K-SPC-1-10-40

 

The SRX3K-SPC-1-10-40 Services Processing Card (SPC) (Figure 1) contains one Services Processing Unit, which provide the processing power to run integrated services such as firewall, IPsec, and IDP. All traffic traversing the services gateway is passed to an SPU to have services processing applied to it. Traffic is intelligently distributed by IOCs to SPUs for service processing.

Figure 1: SRX3K-SPC-1-10-40 SPC
SRX3K-SPC-1-10-40 SPC

Description

  • SPC for SRX3400, SRX3600, and SRX1400 Services Gateways with one SPU

  • Power requirement: 118 W max

  • Weight: 3.7 lb (1.7 kg)

Software release

  • SRX3400 and SRX3600: Junos OS Release 9.3 and later

  • SRX1400: Junos OS Release 10.2 and later

Cables and connectors

None

Controls

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

Supported Slots

  • SRX1400: Slot 2. Also supported in slot 1 when installed in conjunction with a Network Processing Card (NPC) in slot 3.

  • SRX3400: Front slots labeled 1 through 4 and rear slots labeled 5 through 7.

    Note: For the SRX3400 Services Gateway to meet NEBS and ETSI standards, it must not have any two SPCs installed side by side in the CFM slots in the front of the chassis (CFM slots 1 through 4). You can install SPCs side by side in the CFM slots in the rear of the chassis (CFM slots 5 through 7).

  • SRX3600: Front slots labeled 1 through 6 and rear slots labeled 7 through 12. We recommend that you install SPCs in rear panel slots to leave room for IOCs in the front panel slots.

    Note: For the SRX3600 Services Gateway to meet NEBS and ETSI standards, it must not have any two SPCs installed side by side in the CFM slots in the front of the chassis (CFM slots 1 through 6). You can install SPCs side by side in the CFM slots in the rear of the chassis (CFM slots 7 through 12).

Swapping

SPCs are cold-swap-only modules. You must power-off the services gateway before removing, replacing, or adding SPCs.

LEDs

SERVICE LED, one tricolor

  • Green–The SPC is running under acceptable load.

  • Amber–The SPC is overloaded.

  • Red–No service is being provided by the SPC.

  • Off–The SPC is not enabled.

OK/FAIL LED, one bicolor:

  • Steady Green–The SPC is operating normally.

  • Blinking Green–The SPC is preparing for hot-swap event.

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

  • Off–The SPC is powered down.

Serial Number Location

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

Figure 2: SPC Serial Number Label
SPC Serial Number Label