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EX-series Switch—Network Port LEDs

Each network port on the front panel of an EX-series switch has two LEDs. Figure 1 shows the network ports and the locations of the LEDs on the port.

Figure 1: EX-series Switch—Network Port LEDs

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The LEDs to the left of the port opening (labeled LED 1 in Figure 1) indicate link activity. The LEDs to the right of the port opening (labeled LED 2 in Figure 1) indicate the status of one of the four port parameters. The port parameters are: administrative status; duplex mode; PoE status; and speed.

Table 1 describes LED 1.

Table 1: EX-series Switch—Network Port LEDs–LED 1

LED

Color

State and Description

LED 1

Unlit

No link or no link activity.

Green

  • On steadily—The port is up and the link is active, but there is no link activity.
  • Blinking—The port is up, with active links.

Table 2 describes LED 2, which indicates the administrative status (enabled or disabled), duplex mode, PoE status, or speed, of the network ports. From the Idle menu of the LCD, use the Enter button on the LCD panel to toggle between the ADM, DPX, POE, and SPD indicators.

Table 2: EX-series Switch—Network Port LEDs–LED 2

LED

LCD Indicator

State and Description

LED 2

LED: ADM

Indicates the administrative status (enabled or disabled). The status indicators are:

  • Green—Port is enabled
  • Unlit—Port is disabled

LED: DPX

Indicates the duplex mode. The status indicators are:

  • Green—Port is set to full-duplex mode
  • Unlit—Port is set to half-duplex mode

LED: POE

Indicates the PoE status. The status indicators are:

  • Green—PoE is enabled on the port
  • Yellow—PoE failure; the power limit for the PoE port is exceeded or the device connected to the port is not PoE compliant
  • Unlit—PoE is not enabled on the port

LED: SPD

Indicates the speed. The status indicators are:

  • One blink per second—10 Mbps
  • Two blinks per second—100 Mbps
  • Three blinks per second—1000 Mbps
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