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PTX10001 Port Panel

 

PTX10001 Port Panel

The PTX10001 supports 10-Gbps, 40-Gbps, and 100-Gbps port speeds. Figure 1 shows the PTX10001 port panel.

Figure 1: PTX10001 Port Panel
PTX10001 Port Panel
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Status LEDs—Alarm (ALM), system (SYS), identification (ID).
  4
Network port LEDs
  2
Network ports
  5
RJ-45 console port (CON) to support RS-232 serial ports.
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Expansion module bay
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RJ-45 (1000BASE-T) management Ethernet port (labeled MGMT). In the Junos OS CLI, this port is identified as em0.

Network Ports

The PTX10001 uses 28-Gbps quad small-form factor pluggable plus (QSFP28) sockets that are configured as 100 Gigabit Ethernet ports by default.

The PTX10001 network ports (0 to 19) support:

  • 100 Gbps QSFP28 transceivers

  • 40 Gbps QSFP+ transceivers

  • 100 Gbps active optical cables (AOC)

  • 40 Gbps AOC

  • QSFP28 direct attach copper (DAC) cables

  • QSFP+ DAC cables

  • QSFP+ direct attach copper break out (DACBO) cables

  • QSFP28 DACBO cables

Note

Port speeds are configured using the set chassis fpc 0 pic 0 port port-number speed speed command. You configure ports to operate at a particular speed by using the appropriate speed option. If you configure a port to operate at a certain speed, and you want to return the port to the default configuration, delete the speed statement from the configuration at the [chassis fpc 0 pic 0 port port-number] hierarchy level and commit the configuration. The network port is reset to the default Ethernet interface.

Expansion Module Bay

The PTX10001 has one bay on the port panel for an optional expansion module. The expansion module is an addition to the PTX10001 chassis and must be ordered separately.

The PTX10001 supports the JNP10001-16C-PIC expansion module. For more information, see Expansion Module for the PTX10001.

PTX10001 Chassis Status LEDs

The PTX10001 has three status LEDs on the port panel of the chassis, next to the network ports (see Figure 2).

Figure 2: PTX10001 Port Panel
PTX10001 Port Panel
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Status LEDs
  4
Network port LEDs
  2
Network ports
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RJ-45 console port
  3
Expansion module bay
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RJ-45 management Ethernet port

Table 1 describes the chassis status LEDs on a PTX10001, their colors and states, and the status they indicate.

Table 1: Chassis Status LEDs on a PTX10001 Device

Name

Color

State

Description

ALM–Alarm

Unlit

Off

The device is halted or there is no alarm.

Red

On steadily

A major hardware fault has occurred, such as a temperature alarm or power failure, and the device has halted. Power off the device by setting the AC power source outlet to the OFF (O) position, or unplugging the AC power cords. Correct any voltage or site temperature issues, and allow the device to cool down. Power on the device and monitor the power supply and fan LEDs to help determine where the error is occurring.

Amber

On steadily

A minor alarm has occurred, such as a software error. Power off the device by setting the AC power source outlet to the OFF (O) position, or unplugging the AC power cords. Power on the device and monitor the status LEDs to ensure that Junos OS boots properly.

SYS–System

Unlit

Off

The device is powered off or halted.

Green

On steadily

Junos OS is loaded on the device.

ID–Identification

Unlit

Off

The beacon feature is not enabled on the device. This feature is enabled using the request chassis beacon command.

Blue

Blinking

The beacon feature is enabled on the device. This feature is enabled using the request chassis beacon command.

PTX10001 Management Port LEDs

There are two management ports on the PTX10001, Both ports are labeled MGMT. The RJ-45 management port is for 10/100/1000BASE-T connections and is located on the port panel. The small form-factor pluggable (SFP) management port is for 10/100/1000BASE-T and 1000BASE-X connections and is located on the FRU end of the device.

The RJ-45 port has separate LEDs for status and activity. The SFP port has a LED to indicate both link and activity. Figure 3 shows the location of the LEDs.

Figure 3: Management Port LEDs on a PTX10001
Management Port LEDs on a PTX10001
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Status LED (RJ-45)
  2
Link activity LED (RJ-45)

Table 2 describes the RJ-45 management port LEDs.

Table 2: PTX10001 RJ-45 Management Port LEDs

LED

Color

State

Description

Link activity

Unlit

Off

No link is established, there is a fault, or the link is down.

Amber

Blinking or flickering

A link is established, and there is link activity.

Status

Unlit

Off

Either the port speed is 10 Mbps or the link is down.

Green

On steadily

The port speed is 1000 Mbps.

Table 3 describes the SFP management port LED.

Table 3: PTX10001 SFP Management Port LED

LED

Color

State

Description

Link activity

Unlit

Off

No link is established, there is a fault, or the link is down.

Green

On steadily

A link is established, but there is no link activity.

Blinking or flickering

A link is established, and there is link activity.

PTX10001 Network Port LEDs

Each PTX10001 network port uses a single bicolored LED to indicate link status and activity. The circular LEDs are located underneath the ports. The triangular arrow next to the LED points either up or down indicating whether the LED is associated with the top or bottom port. Figure 4 shows the location of the LEDs.

Note

All 36 network port LEDs behave the same. Including the 16 network port LEDs located on the JNP10001-16C-PIC expansion module.

Figure 4: Network Port LEDs on a PTX10001
Network Port LEDs on a PTX10001
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Network port LEDs
 

The number next to the LED indicates the port number that the LED belongs to and the arrow next to the LED indicates if it is the top or bottom port.

Note

The same bicolored LED also indicates status when the port is configured to operate as four 10-Gigabit Ethernet interfaces.

Table 4 describes the network port LEDs.

Table 4: PTX10001 Network Port LEDs

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

The port is administratively disabled, there is no power, the link is down, or a transceiver is not present.

Green

On steadily

A link is established.

Blinking

The beacon function was enabled on the port.

Amber

On steadily

When the port is configured to operate as four 10-Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, indicates that one or more interfaces (but not all four) are up.

Blinking

There are one or more errors on the connections.