EX4300 Chassis

 

LCD Panel in EX4300 Switches

The LCD panel on the front panel of the EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches shows two lines of text, each with a maximum of 16 characters. The LCD panel displays a variety of information about the switch and also provides a menu to perform basic operations such as initial setup and reboot.

Note

There is no LCD panel on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

There are two navigation buttons—Menu and Enter—to the right of the LCD panel.

See Figure 1.

Figure 1: LCD Panel in EX4300 Switches
LCD Panel in EX4300 Switches
  1
LCD panel
  3
LCD panel Menu button
  2
LCD panel Enter button
  4
Chassis status LEDs

The first line of text on the LCD panel displays basic information about the switch and the second line of text displays information about the mode selected on the LCD panel. You can configure the second line of the text for the LCD panel to display a custom message. If the LCD panel is configured to display a custom message, the Menu button and the Enter button are disabled. See Configuring the LCD Panel on EX Series Switches (CLI Procedure).

The LCD panel has a backlight. If the LCD panel is idle for 60 seconds, the backlight turns off. You can turn on the backlight by pressing the Menu or Enter button once. After turning on the backlight, you can toggle between the LCD panel menus by pressing the Menu button and navigate through the menu options by pressing the Enter button.

Note

The chassis viewer in the J-Web interface also displays the LCD panel. From the J-Web interface, you can view real-time status information in the LCD panel. See Dashboard for EX Series Switches.

LCD Panel Modes

The LCD panel operates in four modes: boot, idle, status, and maintenance.

The first line of text on the LCD panel displays the slot number, the role of the switch, and hostname in all the modes.

For a standalone EX4300 switch, by default the slot number is 00, and the role is RE.

In an EX4300 switch that is a member of a Virtual Chassis, the first line of the LCD panel always displays:

  • The slot number (the member ID of the Virtual Chassis member)

  • Role of the switch in the Virtual Chassis (RE for master, BK for backup, and LC for line card member)

  • Hostname

The LCD panel operates in boot mode during switch reboot. In the boot mode, the second line of the LCD panel displays the key milestones in the switch boot process. The boot mode does not have any menu options. After the boot process is complete, the LCD panel automatically reverts to the Idle (IDLE) menu.

In idle mode, the second line of text on the LCD panel displays the mode of the network ports’ Status LED and the number of chassis alarms. The number of alarms is updated every second.

In status mode, the second line displays:

  • Status of the Virtual Chassis port (VCP)

  • Status of the power supplies

  • Status of the fan modules and the chassis temperature

  • Version of Junos OS for EX Series switches loaded on the switch

In maintenance mode, the second line displays one of the following options, which you can use to configure and troubleshoot the switch:

  • System halt

  • System reboot

  • Load rescue

  • Request VC port

  • Factory default

  • EZSetup

LCD Panel Menus

The LCD panel has three menus: Idle, Status, and Maintenance. You can toggle between the LCD panel menus by pressing the Menu button and navigate through the menu options by pressing the Enter button.

Table 1 describes the LCD panel menu options.

Table 1: LCD Panel Menu Options in EX4300 Switches

Menu Label

Description

IDLE

In the Idle menu:

STATUS

In the Status menu, press Menu to cycle through the following information:

  • VCPs status: Up or Down

    Display the status of VCPs on the switch. This option is supported only on EX4300 switches in a Virtual Chassis configuration. This option is not supported on standalone EX4300 switches.

  • Power supply status: OK, Failed, or Absent

  • Fan status and Temperature status.

    • Fan status: OK, Failed, or Absent

    • Temp status: OK, High, or Shutdown

  • Junos OS version for EX Series switches loaded on the switches.

  • EXIT STAT MENU?

    Choose one of the following:

    • Press Enter to exit the Status menu and go to the Maintenance menu.

    • Press Menu to display the VCPs status again.

You can disable the Status menu or the options in the Status menu in the LCD panel. See Configuring the LCD Panel on EX Series Switches (CLI Procedure).

MAINT (Maintenance Menu)

The Maintenance menu has the following options to configure and troubleshoot the switch:

  • SYSTEM HALT?—Choose one of the following:

    • Press Enter to halt the switch. Press Enter again to confirm the halt.

    • Press Menu to go to the next option in the Maintenance menu.

  • SYSTEM REBOOT?—Choose one of the following:

    • Press Enter to reboot the switch. Press Enter again to confirm the reboot.

    • Press Menu to go to the next option in the Maintenance menu.

  • LOAD RESCUE?—Choose one of the following:

    • Press Enter to roll back the switch to the previous valid configuration. Press Enter again to confirm the rollback.

    • Press Menu to go to the next option in the Maintenance menu.

  • REQUEST VC PORT?—Choose one of the following:

    • Press the Enter button to configure an uplink module port or a built-in QSFP+ port to be a VCP or to delete a VCP from the switch configuration (when you delete the VCP, the port is reset to be an uplink module port or a network port).

    • Press the Menu button to go to the next option in the Maintenance menu.

  • FACTORY DEFAULT?—Choose one of the following:

    • Press Enter to restore the switch to the factory default configuration. Press Enter again to confirm the restoration. The LCD panel flashes a success or failure message, after which it displays the Idle menu.

    • Press Menu to go to the next option in the Maintenance menu.

  • ENTER EZSETUP?—Choose one of the following:

    • Press Enter to launch EZSetup. Press Enter again to confirm the launch.

      EZSetup configures DHCP and enables the J-Web user interface on the switch. The LCD panel flashes a success or failure message for approximately 10 seconds, after which it displays the Idle menu.

      Note: You can use EZSetup only on a standalone switch that is in the factory default configuration.

      For information about EZSetup, see Connecting and Configuring an EX Series Switch (J-Web Procedure).

    • Press Menu to go to the next option in the Maintenance menu.

  • EXIT MAINT MENU?—Choose one of the following:

    • Press Enter to exit the Maintenance menu.

    • Press Menu to return to the SYSTEM HALT? option.

You can disable the Maintenance menu or the options in the Maintenance menu in the LCD panel. See Configuring the LCD Panel on EX Series Switches (CLI Procedure).

EX4300 switches provide a slot to install an optional uplink module. Uplink modules are hot-insertable and hot-removable field-replaceable units (FRUs).

You can install an uplink module horizontally in the uplink module slot on the front panel of the switch. By installing an uplink module, you add more ports to your switch, thereby increasing the port density of the switch.

Table 2 shows the uplink modules supported on 24-port and 48-port EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches, their descriptions, and the Junos OS release in which the models were released. Table 3 shows the uplink modules supported on 32-port EX4300 switches, their descriptions, and the Junos OS release in which the models were released. Table 4 shows the uplink modules supported on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches, their descriptions, and the Junos OS release in which the models were released.

Uplink Module Name

Model Number

Description

Supported EX4300 Switches

First Junos OS Release

4-port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/

10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-4X4SFP

This uplink module can house up to four SFP+ transceivers, four SFP transceivers, or a combination of four SFP+ and SFP transceivers. You can also configure these ports as Virtual Chassis ports (VCPs) and use them to connect the switch in a Virtual Chassis or a VCF configuration by using SFP+ transceivers.

  • EX4300-24T

  • EX4300-24P

  • EX4300-48T

  • EX4300-48T-AFI

  • EX4300-48P

  • EX4300-48T-DC

  • EX4300-48T-DC-AFI

Junos OS Release 13.2X50-D10

  • EX4300-24T-S

  • EX4300-24P-S

  • EX4300-48T-S

Junos OS Release 13.2X51-D26

Uplink Module Name

Model Number

Description

Supported EX4300 Switches

First Junos OS Release

2-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-2QSFP

This uplink module can house up to two QSFP+ transceivers. You can also configure these ports as VCPs and use them to connect the switch in a Virtual Chassis or a VCF configuration.

  • EX4300-32F

  • EX4300-32F-DC

Junos OS Release 13.2X51-D15

  • EX4300-32F-S

Junos OS Release 13.2X51-D26

8-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-8X8SFP

This uplink module can house up to eight SFP+ transceivers, eight SFP transceivers, or a combination of eight SFP+ and SFP transceivers. You can also configure these ports as VCPs and use them to connect the switch in a Virtual Chassis or a VCF configuration by using SFP+ transceivers.

  • EX4300-32F

  • EX4300-32F-DC

Junos OS Release 13.2X51-D15

  • EX4300-32F-S

Junos OS Release 13.2X51-D26

Uplink Module Name

Model Number

Description

Supported EX4300 Switches

First Junos OS Release

2-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+/

1-port 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 uplink module

EX-UM-2QSFP-MR

This uplink module can house two QSFP+ transceivers or one QSFP28 transceiver.

  • EX4300-48MP

  • EX4300-48MP-S

Junos OS Release 18.4R1

4-port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/

10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-4SFPP-MR

This uplink module can house four SFP transceivers, four SFP+ transceivers, or a combination of four SFP and SFP+ transceivers.

Note: You cannot configure the ports on the uplink module in EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches to Virtual Chassis ports (VCPs).

  • EX4300-48MP

  • EX4300-48MP-S

Junos OS Release 18.2R1

Note: The uplink module supports SFP transceiver starting with Junos OS Release 19.1R1.

Note

Uplink modules and transceivers are not part of the shipping configuration. You must order them separately.

Table 5 shows the uplink modules used in 24-port and 48-port EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches. Table 6 shows the uplink modules used in 32-port EX4300 switches. Table 7 shows the uplink modules used in EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

Uplink Module Name

Model Number

Figure

4-port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/

10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-4X4SFP

  1. Link activity LED of the uplink module port
  2. Status LED of the uplink module port
  3. Captive screws of the uplink module
  4. Handle of the uplink module

Uplink Module Name

Model Number

Figure

2-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-2QSFP

Figure 4: 2-Port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ Uplink Module
2-Port 40-Gigabit Ethernet
QSFP+ Uplink Module
Figure 5: LEDs on the 2-Port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ Uplink Module
LEDs on the 2-Port
40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ Uplink Module
  1. Status LED of the uplink module
  2. Link activity LED of the uplink module port
  3. Status LED of the uplink module port

8-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-8X8SFP

  1. Status LED of the uplink module
  2. Link activity LED of the lower port
  3. Link activity LED of the upper port
  4. Status LED the lower port
  5. Status LED the upper port

Uplink Module Name

Model Number

Figure

2-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+/

1-port 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28

EX-UM-2QSFP-MR

4-port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/

10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module

EX-UM-4SFPP-MR

  1. Captive screws of the uplink module
  2. Link activity LED of the uplink module port
  3. Status LED of the uplink module port
  4. Handle of the uplink module
Note

When you install an uplink module in the switch or replace an uplink module with another uplink module, the switch detects the ports on the uplink module. The switch creates the required interfaces when transceivers are installed in these ports.

The SFP+ uplink module ports in EX4300 switches can operate either in 10-gigabit or in 1-gigabit mode depending on the transceiver you install in them. The operating mode for an SFP+ uplink module is shown in the output of the show chassis pic fpc-slot slot number pic-slot slot number command.

Each port on the uplink modules has a pair of LEDs that indicate the link activity and status of the port. See Network Port, Built-In QSFP+ Port, Uplink Port, and Uplink Module Port LEDs on EX4300 Switches for details about the status and link activity LEDs.

SFP+ uplink modules are shipped with dust covers installed in the ports. QSFP+ uplink module is shipped with a dust cover installed in one of the ports.

Chassis Status LEDs on EX4300 Switches

EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches have three chassis status LEDs (labeled ALM, SYS, and MST) on the right of the LCD panel, next to the Menu and Enter buttons (see Figure 11). EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches have three chassis status LEDs (labeled ALM, SYS, and MST) on the right of the front panel (see Figure 12).

Figure 11: Chassis Status LEDs in EX4300 Switches Except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches
Chassis Status
LEDs in EX4300 Switches Except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches
  1
LCD panel
  3
LCD panel Menu button
  2
LCD panel Enter button
  4
Chassis status LEDs
Figure 12: Chassis Status LEDs in EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches
Chassis Status
LEDs in EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches
  1
Chassis status LEDs
 

Table 8 describes the chassis status LEDs on an EX4300 switch, their colors and states, and the status they indicate. You can view the colors of the three LEDs remotely through the CLI by issuing the operational mode command show chassis led.

Table 8: Chassis Status LEDs on an EX4300 Switch

LED Label

Color

State and Description

ALM (Alarm)

Unlit

There is no alarm or the switch is halted.

Red

There is a major alarm. A major alarm indicates a critical error condition that requires immediate attention.

Note: When you connect power to the switch, the Alarm (ALM) LED glows red. This behavior is normal. Plugging an active Ethernet cable into the management (MGMT) port on the switch completes the network link and turns off the ALM LED. (See Connecting a Device to a Network for Out-of-Band Management.)

Connecting the switch to a dedicated management console instead of a network does not affect the ALM LED. The LED remains red until the switch is connected to a network.

Yellow (on EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches) or amber (on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches)

There is a minor alarm. A minor alarm indicates a noncritical condition that requires monitoring or maintenance. A minor alarm that is left unchecked might cause interruption in service or performance degradation.

Note: The Alarm (ALM) LED glows yellow on EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches or amber on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches if you commit a configuration to make it active on the switch and do not also create a rescue configuration to back it up. To save the most recently committed configuration as the rescue configuration, enter the operational mode command request system configuration rescue save.

SYS (System)

Green

  • On steadily—Junos OS for EX Series switches has been loaded on the switch.

  • Blinking (not applicable for EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches)—The switch is booting.

Unlit

  • EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches—The switch is powered off or is halted.

  • EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches—The switch is booting or the switch is powered off or is halted.

MST (Master)

Green

In a standalone EX4300 switch:

  • On steadily—The switch is functioning normally.

  • Off—The switch is powered off or is halted.

In a Virtual Chassis configuration:

  • On steadily—The switch is the master in the Virtual Chassis configuration.

  • Blinking—The switch is the backup in the Virtual Chassis configuration.

  • Off—The switch is a line card member in the Virtual Chassis configuration or is halted.

A major alarm (red) indicates a critical error condition that requires immediate action.

A minor alarm (yellow or amber) indicates a noncritical condition that requires monitoring or maintenance. A minor alarm that is left unchecked might cause interruption in service or performance degradation.

All three LEDs can be lit simultaneously.

Management Port LEDs on EX4300 Switches

The management port, labeled MGMT, on the rear panel of an EX4300 switch, has two LEDs that indicate link activity and status of the management port. Figure 13 shows the location of Management port on a 24-port EX4300 switch. The location of the LEDs and their behavior are similar for all EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches. Figure 14 shows the location of Management port on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches.

Figure 13: LEDs on the Management Port on a 24-Port EX4300 Switch
LEDs on the Management Port
on a 24-Port EX4300 Switch
  1
Link/Activity LED
  2
Status LED
Figure 14: LEDs on the Management Port on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches
LEDs on the Management
Port on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches
  1
Link/Activity LED
  2
Status LED

Table 9 describes the Link/Activity LED.

Table 9: Link/Activity LED on the Management Port on an EX4300 Switch

LED

Color

State and Description

Link/Activity

Green

  • Blinking—The port and the link are active, and there is link activity.

  • On steadily—The port and the link are active, but there is no link activity.

  • Off—The port is not active.



Table 10 describes the Status LED.

Table 10: Status LED on the Management Port on an EX4300 Switch

LED

Color

State and Description

Status

Green

Indicates the speed. The speed indicators are:

  • EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches:

    • Off—Link speed is 10 Mbps.

    • Blinking—Link speed is 100 Mbps.

    • On steadily—Link speed is 1000 Mbps.

  • EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches:

    • Off—Link speed is 10 Mbps or 1000 Mbps.

    • On steadily—Link speed is 100 Mbps.

Each 10/100/1000BASE-T network port, SFP network port, SFP+ uplink port, SFP+ uplink module port, built-in QSFP+ port, and QSFP+ uplink module port on an EX4300 switch has two LEDs that show the link activity and status of the port.

The following figures in this topic shows the location of those LEDs:

  • Figure 15 shows the LEDs on the 10/100/1000BASE-T and 100/1000/2500/5000/10000BASE-T Ethernet network ports.

  • Figure 16 shows the LEDs on the SFP network ports on EX4300-32F switches.

  • Figure 17 shows the LEDs on the built-in QSFP+ ports.

  • Figure 18 shows the LEDs on the SFP+ uplink ports and on the uplink module ports on the 4-port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module for EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

  • Figure 19 shows the LEDs on the ports on the 2-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ uplink module for EX4300-32F switches.

  • Figure 20 shows the LEDs on the ports on the 8-port 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module for EX4300-32F switches.

  • Figure 21 shows the LEDs on the ports on the 2-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+/1-port 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 uplink module for EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

  • Figure 22 shows the LEDs on the ports on the 4-port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module for EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

Figure 15: LEDs on 10/100/1000BASE-T Network Ports and 100/1000/2500/5000/10000BASE-T Ethernet Network Ports
LEDs on 10/100/1000BASE-T
Network Ports and 100/1000/2500/5000/10000BASE-T Ethernet Network
Ports
Figure 16: LEDs on the SFP Network Ports on EX4300-32F Switches
 LEDs on the SFP Network
Ports on EX4300-32F Switches
Figure 17: LEDs on the Built-In QSFP+ Ports
LEDs
on the Built-In QSFP+ Ports
  1
Link activity LED
  2
Status LED

There are four LEDs for each port (labeled 2, 3, 4, and 5 in Figure 21). If a port is configured to operate at 10-Gbps speed by using breakout cables, four 10-Gbps interfaces are created and the four LEDs for that port becomes operational. Each of these LEDs indicates the link activity on the corresponding interface. If a port is configured to operate at 40-Gbps or 100-Gbps speed, the LED labeled 2 for that port in Figure 21 becomes operational and indicates the link activity on the corresponding port.

The Table 11 describes the link activity LED on 10/100/1000BASE-T network ports, SFP network ports, SFP+ uplink ports, SFP+ uplink module ports, built-in QSFP+ ports, QSFP+ uplink module ports, and QSFP+/QSFP28 uplink module ports.

LED

Color

State and Description

Link activity

Green

  • Blinking—The port and the link are active, and there is link activity.

  • On steadily—The port and the link are active, but there is no link activity.

  • Off—The port is not active.

On EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches, from the Idle menu of the LCD panel, use the Enter button on the LCD panel to toggle between the ADM, DPX, SPD, and PoE+ indicators.

Table 12 describes the Status LED on 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet network ports and SFP network ports on EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

Table 12: Status LED on 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet Network Ports and SFP Network Ports on EX4300 Switches Except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches

LED

LCD Indicator/

Status Mode LED

State and Description

Status

LED: ADM/EN

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

  • Green—Port is administratively enabled.

  • Unlit—Port is administratively disabled.

LED: DPX/DX

Indicates the duplex mode. The status indicators are:

  • Green—Port is set to full-duplex mode.

  • Unlit—Port is set to half-duplex mode.

Note: In EX4300 switches, the ports operate in full-duplex mode only.

LED: SPD/SPD

Indicates the speed. The speed indicators are:

  • Unlit—10 Mbps

  • Blinking green—100 Mbps

  • Steadily green—1000 Mbps

Note: In 32-port EX4300 switches, when an EX-SFP-1GE-T transceiver is installed in the port, the LED is unlit when the speed is 100 Mbps.

LED: PoE/POE

Indicates the PoE mode. The status indicators are:

  • Steadily green—PoE is enabled on the port and a device is drawing power.

  • Blinking green—PoE is enabled on the port, but no power is drawn from the port.

  • Unlit—PoE is not enabled on the port.

Table 13 describes the Status LED on SFP+ uplink ports and SFP+ uplink module ports on EX4300 switches except EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

Table 13: Status LED on SFP+ Uplink Ports and SFP+ Uplink Module Ports Except on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches

LED

LCD Indicator

State and Description

Status

Green

Indicates the speed. The speed indicators are:

  • Blinking green—1000 Mbps

  • Steadily green—10 Gbps

Table 14 describes the Status LED on QSFP+ ports and QSFP+ uplink module ports in EX4300 switches.

Table 14: Status LED on QSFP+ Ports and QSFP+ Uplink Module Ports

LED

LCD Indicator

State and Description

Status

Green

Indicates the status. The status indicators are:

  • Unlit—40-Gigabit port is down.

  • Steadily green—40-Gigabit port is up.

Table 15 describes the Status LED on 100/1000/2500/5000/10000BASE-T Ethernet network ports on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches. Use the Factory Reset/Mode button on the far right side of the front panel to toggle the Status LED to show the different port parameters for the RJ-45 network ports. You can tell which port parameter is indicated by the Status LED by looking at which port status mode LED (SPD, DX, EN, and PoE) is lit.

Table 15: Status LED on 100/1000/2500/5000/10000BASE-T Ethernet Network Ports on EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches

LED

Status Mode LED

State and Description

Status

EN

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

  • Green—Port is administratively enabled.

  • Unlit—Port is administratively disabled.

DX

Indicates the duplex mode. The status indicators are:

  • Green—Port is set to full-duplex mode.

  • Unlit—Port is set to half-duplex mode.

Note: In EX4300 switches, the ports operate in full-duplex mode only.

SPD

Indicates the speed. The speed indicators are:

  • Unlit—10 Mbps

  • Blinking green—100 Mbps

  • Steadily green—1000 Mbps

  • Blinking amber—5000 Mbps

  • Steadily blue—10000 Mbps

POE

Indicates the PoE mode. The status indicators are:

  • Steadily green—PoE is enabled on the port and a device is drawing power.

  • Blinking green—PoE is enabled on the port, but no power is drawn from the port.

  • Unlit—PoE is not enabled on the port.

Table 16 describes the Status LED on the ports on the 4-port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ uplink module for EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S switches.

Table 16: Status LED on the Ports on the 4-Port 1-Gigabit Ethernet/10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ Uplink Module for EX4300-48MP and EX4300-48MP-S Switches

LED

LCD Indicator

State and Description

Status

Green

Indicates the speed. The speed indicator is:

  • Steadily green—1 or 10 Gbps