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OCX1100 Chassis

 

Chassis Physical Specifications for OCX1100 Switches

The OCX1100 switch chassis is a rigid sheet-metal structure that houses all components of the switch. Table 1 summarizes the physical specifications of the OCX1100-48SX switch chassis.

Table 1: Physical Specifications of the OCX1100-48SX Switch Chassis

Description

Value

Chassis height

1.723 in. (4.39 cm)

Chassis width

17.32 in. (43.99 cm)

Chassis depth

19.18 in. (48.71 cm)

Weight

(With two power supplies and four fan modules installed): 20 lb (9.71 kg)

You can mount an OCX1100 switch on a standard 19-in. four-post rack. You can also mount the switch in a standard 19-in. enclosed cabinet or on a desk or any level surface.

Field-Replaceable Units in OCX1100 Switches

Field-replaceable units (FRUs) are components that you can replace at your site. The FRUs in OCX1100 switches are hot-removable and hot-insertable: You can remove and replace them without powering off the switch. The FRUs in OCX1100 switches are:

  • Power supplies

  • Fan modules

  • Transceivers

Note

Transceivers are not part of the shipping configuration. If you want to purchase transceivers, additional power supplies, or fan modules for your switch, you must order them separately.

Note

If you have a Juniper J-Care service contract, register any addition, change, or upgrade of hardware components at https://www.juniper.net/customers/support/tools/updateinstallbase/ . Failure to do so can result in significant delays if you need replacement parts. This note does not apply if you replace existing components with the same type of component.

Chassis Status LEDs on OCX1100 Switches

An OCX1100 switch has four chassis status LEDs (labeled LOCATOR, STAT, PWR, and FAN) on the left of the chassis, next to the RESET button (see Figure 1).

Figure 1: Chassis Status LEDs in an OCX1100-48SX Switch
Chassis Status
LEDs in an OCX1100-48SX Switch
  1
STAT
  3
PWR
  2
LOCATOR
  4
FAN

Table 2 describes the chassis status LEDs on an OCX1100-48SX switch, their colors and states, and the status they indicate. You can view the colors of the four LEDs directly on the chassis or remotely through the CLI by issuing the operational mode command show chassis led.

Table 2: Chassis Status LEDs on an OCX1100-48SX Switch

LED Label

Color

State and Description

LOCATOR

Blue

  • Blinking—Locator function is enabled.

  • Off—Locator function is disabled.

Locator is used to show where the device is.

STAT (Status)

Green

  • On steadily—POST (power-on self-test) passed. Normal operation.

  • Blinking—POST in progress.

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

Amber

Blinking—POST, power supply, or fan module failed. System too hot.

PWR (Power)

Green

  • On steadily—Power on.

  • Off—Power off. No power cable attached.

Amber

Blinking—One of the power supply failed.

FAN

Green

  • On steadily—Normal operation.

  • Off—Not receiving power.

Amber

Blinking—Fan failure.

All four LEDs can be lit simultaneously.

Management Port LEDs and Console Port LEDs on OCX1100 Switches

The management port—labeled MGMT— and the console port—labeled CONSOLE— on the front panel of an OCX1100 switch have two LEDs each that indicate link and activity and status of the ports. The status LED on the management port and the link and activity LED on the console port are inactive LEDs. Figure 2 shows the location of LEDs on the management port and the console port of an OCX1100-48SX switch.

Figure 2: LEDs on the Management Port and Console Port on an OCX1100-48SX Switch
LEDs on the Management
Port and Console Port on an OCX1100-48SX Switch
  1
Link and activity LED for MGMT port
  2
Status LED for CONSOLE port

Table 3 describes the link and activity LED on the management port.

Table 3: Link and Activity LED on the Management Port of an OCX1100-48SX Switch

LED

Color

State and Description

Link and activity

Green

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

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

  • Off—The port is not active.



Table 4 describes the status LED on the console port.

Table 4: Status LED on the Console Port of an OCX1100-48SX Switch

LED

Color

State and Description

Status

Green

  • On steadily—Console on.

  • Off—Console off.

SFP+ Port and QSFP+ Port LEDs on OCX1100 Switches

On an OCX1100 switch, each SFP+ port and QSFP+ port has one LED that shows the link and activity of the port.

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

  • Figure 3 shows the location of the LEDs on the SFP+ ports.

  • Figure 4 shows the location of the LEDs on the QSFP+ ports.

Figure 3: LEDs on SFP+ Ports
LEDs on SFP+ Ports
  1
Link and activity LED of the upper port
  2
Link and activity LED of the lower port
Figure 4: LEDs on QSFP+ Ports
LEDs on QSFP+ Ports
  1
Link and activity LED of the upper port
  2
Link and activity LED of the lower port

Table 5 describes the link and activity LED on SFP+ ports in OCX1100 switches.

Table 5: Link and Activity LED on SFP+ Ports

LED

Color

State and Description

Link and activity

Green

Indicates the status. The status indicators are:

  • On steadily—Secure 10-Gbps connection is active.

  • Blinking—Packets transmitted and received.

  • Off—No active connection or port disabled.

Table 6 describes the link and activity LED on QSFP+ ports in OCX1100 switches.

Table 6: Link/Activity LED on QSFP+ Ports

LED

Color

State and Description

Link and activity

Green

Indicates the status. The status indicators are:

  • On steadily—Secure 40-Gbps connection is active.

  • Blinking—Packets transmitted and received.

  • Off—No active connection or port disabled.