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1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R)

 

1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R) Overview

Serial WAN links are bidirectional links and require very few control signals. In a basic serial setup, the data circuit-terminating equipment (DCE) is responsible for establishing, maintaining, and terminating a connection. A modem is a typical DCE device. A serial cable connects the DCE to a telephony network where, ultimately, a link is established with data terminal equipment (DTE). DTE is typically where a link terminates.

Figure 1 shows the front panel of the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM).

Figure 1: 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R) Front Panel
1-Port Serial Mini-PIM (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R)
Front Panel

The 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM) provides the following key features:

  • Autoselection of operational modes based on DTE or DCE cables

  • Local and remote loopback diagnostics

  • Configurable clock rate for the transmit (TX) clock and receive (RX) clock

  • Complete configuration and management by using the CLI and the J-Web interface

The 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM) supports the following standards:

  • TIA/EIA 530

  • V.35

  • X.21

  • RS-232

  • RS-449

1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R) Hardware Specifications

Table 1 lists the physical specifications of the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM).

Table 1: 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R) Physical Specifications

Description

Value

Dimensions (H x W x L)

0.8 in. x 3.75 in. x 5.9 in.

(2.0 cm x 9.5 cm x 14.5 cm)

Weight

3.04 oz (86 g)

Connector type

60-pin Synchronous Serial (female)

Form factor

Mini-PIM

1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R) LEDs

The 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM) has one LED located to the right of the serial port. Table 2 describes the LED states.

Table 2: 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R) LED States

Name

Color

State

Description

STATUS

Green

On

Online with no alarms or failures.

Off

Device has detected a failure.

1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module Interface Cables

Table 3 lists the cables that you can order from Juniper Networks to connect to a port on the synchronous 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM). The device to which you are connecting and the serial interface types determine which type of cable you need.

Table 3: Juniper Networks Serial Cables

Product Number

Interface Type

Length

Connector Type

JX-CBL-EIA530-DCE

EIA530 cable (DCE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Female

JX-CBL-EIA530-DTE

EIA530 cable (DTE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Male

JX-CBL-RS232-DCE

RS232 cable (DCE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Female

JX-CBL-RS232-DTE

RS232 cable (DTE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Male

JX-CBL-RS449-DCE

RS449 cable (DCE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Female

JX-CBL-RS449-DTE

RS449 cable (DTE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Male

JX-CBL-V35-DCE

V.35 cable (DCE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Female

JX-CBL-V35-DTE

V.35 cable (DTE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Male

JX-CBL-X21-DCE

X.21 cable (DCE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Female

JX-CBL-X21-DTE

X.21 cable (DTE)

3.04 m (10 ft)

Male

EIA-530A DCE and DTE Cable Pinouts

EIA-530A DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 4 gives the EIA-530A DCE cable pinouts.

Table 4: EIA-530A DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DB-25 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Shield Ground

1

2

2

Transmit Data (A)

60

3

59

Receive Data (A)

37

4

38

Request to Send (A)

48

5

47

Clear to Send (A)

33

6

-

Data Set Ready (A)

57

7

-

Signal Ground

13

8

14

Received Line Signal Detector (A)

51

9

52

Receive Clock (B)

14

10

13

Received Line Signal Detector (B)

6

11

5

Terminal Timing (B)

55

12

56

Transmit Clock (B)

47

13

48

Clear to Send (B)

2

14

1

Transmit Data (B)

56

15

55

Transmit Clock (A)

59

16

60

Receive Data (B)

52

17

51

Receive Clock (A)

45

18

-

Local Loopback

38

19

37

Request to Send (B)

9

20

-

Data Terminal Ready (A)

4

23

-

Signal Ground

5

24

6

Terminal Timing (A)

26 to 25

-

-

-

30 to 29

-

-

-

EIA-530A DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 5 gives the EIA-530A DTE cable pinouts.

Table 5: EIA-530A DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DB-25 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Shield Ground

60

2

59

Transmit Data (A)

1

3

2

Receive Data (A)

48

4

47

Request to Send (A)

37

5

38

Clear to Send (A)

9

6

-

Data Set Ready (A)

57

7

-

Signal Ground

13

8

14

Received Line Signal Detector (A)

6

9

5

Receive Clock (B)

14

10

13

Received Line Signal Detector (B)

51

11

52

Terminal Timing (B)

55

12

56

Transmit Clock (B)

38

13

37

Clear to Send (B)

59

14

60

Transmit Data (B)

56

15

55

Transmit Clock (A)

2

16

1

Receive Data (B)

5

17

6

Receive Clock (A)

41

18

-

Local Loopback

47

19

48

Request to Send (B)

33

20

-

Data Terminal Ready (A)

4

23

-

Signal Ground

52

24

51

Terminal Timing (A)

26 to 25

-

-

-

30 to 29

-

-

-

18 to 17

-

-

-

RS-232 DCE and DTE Cable Pinouts

RS-232 DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 6 gives the RS-232 DCE cable pinouts.

Table 6: RS-232 DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DB-25 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Frame Ground

1

2

-

Transmit Data

60

3

-

Receive Data

37

4

-

Request to Send

48

5

-

Clear to Send

33

6

-

Data Set Ready

57

7

-

Signal Ground

13

8

-

Data Carrier Detect

56

15

-

Transmit Clock

52

17

-

Receive Clock

45

18

-

Local Loopback

9

20

-

Data Terminal Ready

5

24

-

Terminal Clock

22 to 21

-

-

-

RS-232 DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 7 gives the RS-232 DTE cable pinouts.

Table 7: RS-232 DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DB-25 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Frame Ground

60

2

-

Transmit Data

1

3

-

Receive Data

48

4

-

Request to Send

37

5

-

Clear to Send

9

6

-

Data Set Ready

57

7

-

Signal Ground

13

8

-

Data Carrier Detect

56

15

-

Transmit Clock

5

17

-

Receive Clock

41

18

-

Local Loopback

33

20

-

Data Terminal Ready

52

24

-

Terminal Clock

22 to 21

-

-

-

18 to 17

-

-

-

RS-422/449 (EIA-449) DCE and DTE Cable Pinouts

RS-422/449 (EIA-449) DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 8 gives the RS-422/449 DCE cable pinouts.

Table 8: RS-422/449 DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DC-37 (DB-37) Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Shield Ground

1

4

2

Send Data (A)

56

5

55

Send Timing (A)

60

6

59

Receive Data (A)

37

7

38

Request to Send (A)

52

8

51

Receive Timing (A)

48

9

47

Clear to Send (A)

45

10

-

Local Loopback

33

11

34

Data Mode (A)

9

12

10

Terminal Ready (A)

13

13

14

Receive Ready (A)

5

17

6

Terminal Timing (A)

36

19

-

Signal Ground

4

20

-

Receive Common

2

22

1

Send Data (B)

55

23

56

Send Timing (B)

59

24

60

Receive Data (B)

38

25

37

Request to Send (B)

51

26

52

Receive Timing (B)

47

27

48

Clear to Send (B)

34

29

33

Data Mode (B)

10

30

9

Terminal Ready (B)

14

31

13

Receiver Ready (B)

6

35

5

Terminal Timing (B)

57

37

-

Send Common

26 to 25

-

-

-

RS-422/449 (EIA-449) DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 9 gives the RS-422/449 DTE cable pinouts.

Table 9: RS-422/449 DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DC-37 (DB-37) Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Shield Ground

60

4

59

Send Data (A)

56

5

55

Send Timing (A)

1

6

2

Receive Data (A)

48

7

47

Request to Send (A)

5

8

6

Receive Timing (A)

37

9

38

Clear to Send (A)

41

10

-

Local Loopback

9

11

10

Data Mode (A)

33

12

34

Terminal Ready (A)

13

13

14

Receive Ready (A)

52

17

51

Terminal Timing (A)

36

19

-

Signal Ground

4

20

-

Receive Common

59

22

60

Send Data (B)

55

23

56

Send Timing (B)

2

24

1

Receive Data (B)

47

25

48

Request to Send (B)

6

26

5

Receive Timing (B)

38

27

37

Clear to Send (B)

10

29

9

Data Mode (B)

34

30

33

Terminal Ready (B)

14

31

13

Receiver Ready (B)

51

35

52

Terminal Timing (B)

57

37

-

Send Common

26 to 25

-

-

18 to 17

-

-

V.35 DCE and DTE Cable Pinouts

V.35 DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 10 gives the V.35 DCE cable pinouts.

Table 10: V.35 DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

M/34 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

A

-

Frame Ground

57

B

-

Signal Ground

37

C

-

Request to Send

48

D

-

Clear to Send

33

E

-

Data Set Ready

13

F

-

Received Line Signal Detector

9

H

-

Data Terminal Ready

45

K

-

Test Mode

1

P

2

Transmit Data (A)

60

R

59

Receive Data (A)

2

S

1

Transmit Data (B)

59

T

60

Receive Data (B)

5

U

6

Terminal Timing (A)

52

V

51

Receive Timing (A)

6

W

5

Terminal Timing (B)

51

X

52

Receive Timing (B)

56

Y

55

Transmit Timing (A)

55

AA

56

Transmit Timing (B)

22 to 21

-

-

-

26 to 25

-

-

 

V.35 DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 11 describes the V.35 DTE cable pinouts.

Table 11: V.35 DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

M/34 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

A

-

Frame Ground

57

B

-

Signal Ground

48

C

-

Request to Send

37

D

-

Clear to Send

9

E

-

Data Set Ready

13

F

-

Received Line Signal Detector

33

H

-

Data Terminal Ready

41

K

-

Test Mode

60

P

59

Transmit Data (A)

1

R

2

Receive Data (A)

59

S

60

Transmit Data (B)

2

T

1

Receive Data (B)

52

U

51

Terminal Timing (A)

5

V

6

Receive Timing (A)

51

W

52

Terminal Timing (B)

6

X

5

Receive Timing (B)

56

Y

55

Transmit Timing (A)

55

AA

56

Transmit Timing (B)

22 to 21

-

-

-

26 to 25

-

-

-

18 to 17

-

-

-

X.21 DCE and DTE Cable Pinouts

X.21 DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 12 gives the X.21 DCE cable pinouts.

Table 12: X.21 DCE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DB-15 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Shield Ground

1

2

2

Transmit Data (A)

37

3

38

Control (A)

60

4

59

Receive (A)

48

5

47

Indicate (A)

52

6

51

Signal Element Timing (A)

57

8

-

Signal Ground

2

9

1

Transmit Data (B)

38

10

37

Control (B)

59

11

60

Receive (B)

47

12

48

Indicate (B)

51

13

52

Signal Element Timing (B)

30 to 29

-

-

-

X.21 DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module

Table 13 gives the X.21 DTE cable pinouts.

Table 13: X.21 DTE Cable Pinouts for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM

LFH-60 Pin

DB-15 Pin

LFH-60 Pairing

Description

15

1

-

Shield Ground

60

2

59

Transmit Data (A)

48

3

47

Control (A)

1

4

2

Receive (A)

37

5

38

Indicate (A)

5

6

6

Signal Element Timing (A)

57

8

-

Signal Ground

59

9

60

Transmit Data (B)

47

10

48

Control (B)

2

11

1

Receive (B)

38

12

37

Indicate (B)

6

13

5

Signal Element Timing (B)

30 to 29

-

-

-

18 to 17

-

-

-

1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-1SERIAL-R) Basic Configuration

To enable the 1-Port Serial Mini-Physical Interface Module (Mini-PIM) installed on the services gateway, you must configure the basic settings for the PIM. You can perform the configuration tasks for this using either the J-Web interface or the CLI.

Using the J-Web Interface

To perform basic configuration of the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM and to configure network interfaces for the services gateway using the J-Web interface:

  1. In the J-Web interface, select Configure>Interfaces.

    The Interfaces page displays and lists the network interfaces present on the services gateway, along with configuration information (if configured).

  2. Select the interface name (se-1/0/0) and click Add > Logical Interfaces. Enter the details and click OK. To use the port on the Mini-PIM, assign an IP address to the port and assign it to a security zone, other than the Null zone. If there are no security zones listed, proceed to the next step to add a security zone.
  3. Add a security zone to the interface:
    1. Select Configure>Security>Zones/Screens.
    2. Add or select a security zone other than Null; for example, Trust. Assign the interface to the zone.
    3. For Host Inbound Traffic-Zone, set the following:
      • System Services=Allow All

      • Protocols=Allow All

    4. Click OK to save changes, and select Commit>Commit to apply the configuration and other pending changes (if any).
  4. To use the port on the Mini-PIM, you must also set security policies. Select the following settings:
    1. Select Configure>Security>Security Policy.
    2. Select Global Options > Policy Options.
    3. Set Policy Action: Default Policy Action=Permit-All.
    4. Click OK to save changes, and select Commit>Commit to apply the configuration and other pending changes (if any).

Using the CLI

To perform basic configuration for the 1-Port Serial Mini-PIM and to configure network interfaces for the services gateway with the CLI:

  1. Verify that the serial interface is installed on the device:

    show chassis hardware

  2. Verify the status of the interface:

    show interfaces terse

  3. Assign the port an IP address:

    set interfaces se-1/0/0 unit 0 family inet address interface address/destination prefix

  4. Add or select a security zone; for example, Trust:

    set security zones security-zone trust interfaces se-1/0/0.0 host-inbound-traffic system-services all

  5. Add or select security zones for host inbound traffic protocol options:

    set security zones security-zone trust interfaces se-1/0/0.0 host-inbound-traffic protocols all

  6. Set security policies:

    set security policies default-policy permit-all