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PTX10000 Line Card Components and Descriptions

 

The PTX10008 chassis supports up to eight line cards and the PTX10016 chassis supports 16 line cards. See Table 1.

Table 1: Line Card Summary

Line Card

Description

Dimensions

Weight

PTX10K-LC1101

30-port 100-Gigabit or 40-Gigabit Ethernet

17.2 in x 1.89 in x 20.5 in

43.68 cm x 4.8 cm x 52.07 cm

27 lbs

12.2 kg

PTX10K-LC1102

36-port 40-Gigabit Ethernet; 12 ports support either 100-Gigabit or 40-Gigabit Ethernet

17.2 in x 1.89 in x 20.5 in

43.68 cm x 4.8 cm x 52.07 cm

22.6 lbs

10.25 kg

PTX10K-LC1104

6-port DWDM with MACsec with flexible modulation at 100-Gigabit, 150-Gigabit, and 200-Gigabit

17.2 in x 1.89 in x 20.5 in

43.68 cm x 4.8 cm x 52.07 cm

32 lbs

14.5 kg

PTX10K-LC1105

30-port 100-Gigabit or 40-Gigabit Ethernet with MACsec

17.2 in x 1.89 in x 20.5 in

43.68 cm x 4.8 cm x 52.07 cm

28.5 lbs

12.93 kg

QFX10000-60S-6Q

60-port 10-Gigabit or 1-Gigabit Ethernet; 2-port of 40-Gigabit or 100-Gigabit Ethernet; 4 port of 40-Gigabit

17.2 in x 1.89 in x 20.5 in

43.68 cm x 4.8 cm x 52.07 cm

9.7 lbs

4.39 kg

PTX10K-LC1101 Line Card

The PTX10K-LC1101 line card consists of thirty QSFP+ Pluggable Solution (QSFP28) cages that support either 40-Gigabit Ethernet or 100-Gigabit Ethernet optical transceivers. The PTX10K-LC1101 line cards also support 10-Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces. For 10-Gigabit Ethernet, you must configure the port using the channelization command. By default, the interfaces are created with 100G port speed. If the user plugs in 40G or 4*10G transceiver, you must configure the appropriate port speed manually.

This topic describes:

Overview

The line cards in PTX10000 routers combine a Packet Forwarding Engine and Ethernet interfaces in a single assembly. Line cards are field-replaceable units (FRUs) that can be installed in the line card slots on the front of the router chassis. The line cards are hot-insertable and hot-removable; you can remove and replace them without powering off the router or disrupting router functions. PTX10000 line cards use a common naming convention, where JNP10K-LC1101 is the name used on the overlay for the LC1101 line card. See Figure 1.

Figure 1: PTX10K-LC1101 Port Panel
PTX10K-LC1101 Port Panel
  1
Status and activity LEDs
  2
Network ports

Each QSFP28 socket supports:

  • 100-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP28 optical transceivers. When a QSFP28 transceiver is inserted into any of the ports, the QSFP28 socket is enabled for 100-Gigabit Ethernet.

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP+ optical transceivers. When a QSFP+ transceiver is inserted into any of the ports, the QSFP+ socket is enabled for 40-Gigabit Ethernet.

Channelizing 40-Gigabit Ports

40-Gigabit Ethernet ports on the PTX10K-LC1101 line card can be channelized to 10-Gigabit Ethernet. When ports are in channelization mode, the fourth port on each Packet Forwarding Engine is disabled, and the remaining four ports that are mapped to the same Packet Forwarding Engine can be used as either 4x10 Gigabit Ethernet, 40-Gigabit Ethernet, or 100-Gigabit Ethernet ports. The channelization mode works independently for each of the Packet Forwarding Engine on the PTX10K-LC1101 line card. See Figure 2 to see which ports are disabled and see Table 2 for the maximum port configurations.

Figure 2: Disabled Ports in Channelization Mode
Disabled Ports in Channelization
Mode

Table 2: Maximum Port Configuration

Port Speed

Non-Channelized Mode (Mode D)

Channelized Mode (Mode A)

100 Gbps

30 or

24 or

40 Gbps

30

24 or

10 Gbps

0

96

Unlike the PTX10K-LC1102 line card, the PTX10K-LC1101 line card does not have port groups; instead, port behavior is tied to the ASIC associated with the port. You must configure each port individually, in order to channelize a 40-Gigabit Ethernet port to 4 independent 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports. See Table 3 for the list of available ports and the associated ASIC and Figure 2 to locate the available and disabled ports.

Note

If you change the channelization mode (mode D to mode A or mode A to mode D), the new port speed configuration does not cause an FPC to reboot automatically, but it triggers an FPC need bounce alarm. To ensure that the new port speed configuration takes effect, you must manually reboot the FPC. The alarm is cleared when you manually reboot the FPC or delete the new port speed configuration.

Note

When port speeds are changed manually from one setting to another, or when the interface is deactivated, the show interface interface-name command shows the error—Device interface-name not found for a brief interval. Ensure that the transceiver is in a working condition. The interface comes up subsequently.

Table 3: Port Mapping for Channelization

ASIC

Available Ports

Disabled Port

PE0

0, 2, 4, 8

6

PE1

1, 3, 5, 9

7

PE2

10, 12, 14, 18

16

PE3

11, 13, 15, 19

17

PE4

20, 22, 24, 28

26

PE5

21, 23, 25, 29

27

To change from the default mode to 40-Gigabit Ethernet channelized mode, use the Junos OS operational command set chassis fpc slot-number pic 0 port port number channelization-speed 10g.

Network Ports

Each of the 30 QSFP28 ports supports:

  • 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 transceivers

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ transceivers

PTX10K-LC1102 Line Card

The PTX10K-LC1102 line card consists of 36 quad small form-factor pluggable plus (QSFP+) ports that support 40-Gigabit Ethernet optical transceivers. Out of these 36 ports, 12 ports are QSFP28 capable. The QSFP28 capable ports are dual speed and can support either 40-Gigabit or 100-Gigabit Ethernet optical transceivers. The PTX10K-LC1102 line cards also support 10-Gigabit Ethernet Interfaces. For 10-Gigabit Ethernet, you must configure the port using the channelization command.

This topic describes:

Overview

The line cards in PTX10000 routers combine a Packet Forwarding Engine and Ethernet interfaces in a single assembly. Line cards are field-replaceable units (FRUs) that can be installed in the line card slots on the front of the router chassis. The line cards are hot-insertable and hot-removable; you can remove and replace them without powering off the router or disrupting router functions. PTX10000 line cards use a common naming convention, where JNP10K-LC1102 is the name used on the overlay for the LC1102 line card. See Figure 3.

Figure 3: PTX10K-LC1102 Port Panel
PTX10K-LC1102 Port Panel
  1
Status and activity LEDs
  2
Network ports

Each QSFP28 socket can be configured to support:

  • 100-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP28 optical transceivers. When a QSFP28 transceiver is inserted into the ports marked with a fine black line underneath the socket and the port is configured for 100-Gigabit Ethernet, the two adjacent ports are disabled and the QSFP28 socket is enabled for 100-Gigabit Ethernet.

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP+ optical transceivers.

  • 10-Gigabit Ethernet using breakout cabling and attached optical transceivers. When configured for channelization, the system converts the 40-Gigabit Ethernet port into 4 independent 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports.

Network Ports

Each of the 12 QSFP28 ports supports:

  • 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 transceivers

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ transceivers

Each of the 36 QSFP+ ports supports:

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP+ transceivers

Every second and sixth port in a 6XQSFP cage on a LC1102 supports 100-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP28 transceivers. These 100-Gigabit Ethernet ports work either as 100-Gigabit Ethernet or as 40-Gigabit Ethernet, but are recognized as channelized 4x10-Gigabit Ethernet by default. See Figure 4 for a closeup view of a 6XQSFP+ cage. When a 40-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver is inserted into a 100-Gigabit Ethernet port, the port recognizes the 40-Gigabit Ethernet port speed. When a 100-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver is inserted into the port and enabled in the CLI, the port recognizes the 100-Gigabit Ethernet speed and disables two adjacent 40-Gigabit Ethernet ports. See Figure 5 and Figure 6. You can also use an 100-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver and run it at 40-Gigabit Ethernet by using the CLI to set the port speed to 40-Gigabit Ethernet.

Figure 4 shows the location of QSFP+ ports for the PTX10K-LC1102.

Figure 4: All Ports Are Enabled for Channelized 4x10-Gigabit Ethernet by Default
All Ports Are Enabled for Channelized
4x10-Gigabit Ethernet by Default
Figure 5: 100-Gigabit Ethernet Ports
100-Gigabit Ethernet Ports
Figure 6: 100-Gigabit Ethernet Port Disables Two Associated 40-Gigabit Ethernet Ports
100-Gigabit Ethernet Port Disables
Two Associated 40-Gigabit Ethernet Ports

The 40-Gigabit Ethernet ports can operate independently, be channelized into four 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports, or bundled with the next two consecutive ports and channelized into twelve 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports as a port range. Only the first and fourth port in each 6XQSFP cage are available to channelize a port range (see Figure 7). The port speed must be configured using the set chassis fpc pic port speed command. For example, to channelize the first router port, use the set chassis fpc 0 pic 0port 1speed 10g command.

Figure 7: Use the First and Fourth Port in Each 6XQSFP Cage to Channelize a Port Range
Use the First and Fourth
Port in Each 6XQSFP Cage to Channelize a Port Range

Table 4 shows the available combinations for the ports. On the LC1102, the ports are enabled by default.

Table 4: PTX10K-LC1102 Port Mapping

Port Number

4X10-Gigabit Ethernet

4X10-Gigabit Channelized Port Group

40-Gigabit Ethernet

100-Gigabit Ethernet

100-Gigabit Ethernet Disables

0

1

0, 2

2

3

4

5

3, 4

6

7

6, 8

8

9

10

11

9, 10

12

13

12, 14

14

15

16

17

15, 16

18

19

18, 20

20

21

22

23

21, 22

24

25

24, 26

26

27

28

29

27, 28

30

31

30, 32

32

33

34

 

35

 

33, 34

PTX10K-LC1104 Line Card

The PTX10K-LC1104 line card runs Juniper Networks Junos OS for PTX Series software on Juniper Networks JNP10K-LC1104 hardware. The PTX10k-LC1104 line card provides up to 1.2 Tbps of packet forwarding for cloud providers, service providers, and enterprises that need coherent dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM) with MACsec security features. The 6-port line card, with built-in optics, supports flexible rate modulation at 100 Gbps, 150 Gbps, and 200 Gbps speeds. A maximum of four PTX10K-LC1104 coherent line cards are supported in all models of the PTX10000 Packet Transport Router.

The PTX10K-LC1104 line card is supported on Junos OS Release 17.4R1-S1 and later on PTX10008 and Junos OS Release 18.3R1 on PTX10016.

This topic includes:

Hardware Features

The line cards in PTX10008 and PTX10016 universal routers combine a Packet Forwarding Engine and Ethernet interfaces in a single assembly. Line cards are field-replaceable units (FRUs) that can be installed in the line card slots on the front of the router. The line cards are hot-insertable and hot-removable; you can remove and replace them without powering off the switch or disrupting switch functions. See Figure 8.

Figure 8: PTX10K-LC1104 Port Panel
PTX10K-LC1104 Port
Panel
  1
Power and status LEDs
  3
Ports with embedded optics
  2
Network link and Ethernet link LEDs
 

Each PTX10K-LC1104 has six physical interfaces (ot-x/x/x) that connect to one of three built-in flexible rate optical transponders for a maximum of 24 physical interfaces on a PTX10000 system.. Each transponder connects four 100-Gigabit Ethernet logical interfaces (et-x/x/x) to one of three forwarding ASICs. The ASICs through a MACsec to PHY to MACsec encryption is optionally supported on each 100-Gigabit Ethernet interface. See Figure 9.

Figure 9: PTX10K-LC1104 Interfaces
PTX10K-LC1104 Interfaces
Note

All optical properties are configured under the ot interface. Use the set interfaces ot-x/x/x optics-options CLI command to set these options. Perform MACsec configuration on the et interface using the set security macsec connectivity-association ca-name encryption-algorithm. Optical transport network (OTN) related configurations also are done on the et interface.

Each of the six network ports can operate in one of three modulation formats; see Table 5.

Table 5: PTX10K-LC1104 Modulation Formats

Speed

Modulation

Distance

100 Gbps

DP-QPSK

long haul–2485.49 miles (4000 km)

150 Gbps

DP-8QAM

regional or metro–1242.74 miles (2000 km)

200 Gbps

DP-16QAM

metro DCI–621.37 miles (1000 km)

Compatibility

The Juniper Networks Open Cloud Interconnect solution includes integrated 100-GbE coherent optics on Juniper Networks QFX Series switches; MX Series 5G Universal Routing Platforms and PTX Series Packet Transport Routers; and BTI Packet Optical Platforms optimized for DCI. As part of the Open Cloud Interconnect solution, the PTX10K-LC1104 coherent line card is compatible with many third-party optical products as well as Juniper Networks optical solutions and offerings. The PTX10K-LC1104 coherent line card is interoperable with the BTI Series Packet Optical Transport UFM6 in 100-Gbps, and 200-Gbps modes. It is also compatible with the MX Series MICs and PTX Series PICs in 100-Gbps mode. See Table 6.

Table 6: Juniper Networks Compatible Products in 100 Gbps Mode

Platform

Cards

Model Information

PTX Series

PTX-5-100-WDM

See the Hardware Compatibility Tool, PTX-5-100-WDM.

MX Series

MIC3-100G-DWDM

See the Hardware Compatibility Tool, MIC3-100G-DWDM.

QFX Series

QFX10K-12C-DWDM

See the Hardware Compatibility Tool, QFX10K-12C-DWDM.

Optical Transmit Specifications

The line card is connected using single-mode fiber (SMF) and LC connectors. See Table 7 and Table 8 for the optical transponder specifications.

Table 7: PTX10K-LC1104 Optical Transmit Specifications

Specification

Value

Standards compliance

IEEE 802.3

IEC 60825-1 Class 1

Modulation format

DP-QPSK, DP-8QAM, DP-16QAM

Line rate

DP-QPSK = 136.66 Gbps

DP-8QAM = 205 Gbps

DP-16QAM= 273.33 Gbps

FEC types

15% or 25% SDFEC

Channel-plan wavelength range

Extended C-band, 1528.77 nm to 1566.72 nm

Channel-plan frequency range

196.1 THz to 191.35 THz

Channel spacing

37.5 GHz, 50 GHz, and 100 GHz

Channel tunability

12.5 GHz grid. See 1.2 Terabyte DWDM OTN Module Wavelengths.

Optical transmitter output power (on)

-12 to 1.5 dBm, 0.1 dB steps, +/- 1 dB accuracy

Optical transmitter output power (off)

≤ -40 dBM

Optical transmitter wavelength accuracy

+/- 1.8 GHz

Optical transmitter channel tuning time

≤ 90 seconds across C-band

TX output OSNR

≥ 36 dB

Optical Receive Specifications

Table 8: PTX10k-LC1104 Optical Receive Specifications

Specification

100G DP-PSK

150G DP-8QAM

200G DP-16QAM

Optical receiver input power range (low Rx OSNR)

-18 dBm to 0 dBm

-18 dBm to 0 dBm

-18 dBm to 0 dBm

Optical receiver input power range (unamplified /dark fiber applications)

-32 dBm to 0 dBm

-27 dBm to 0 dBm

-25 dBm to 0 dBm

Optical receiver damage input power threshold

+17 dBm

+17 dBm

+17 dBm

Optical receiver minimum OSNR (back-to-back), typical

10.3 dB

14.7 dB

17.6 dB

Optical receiver minimum OSNR (back-to-back), worst-case, EOL

11.5 dB

16.0 dB

19.0 dB

Optical receiver chromatic dispersion tolerance

+/- 70,000 ps/nm

+/- 45,000 ps/nm

+/- 30,000 ps/nm

Optical receiver PMD tolerance

30 ps mean DGD

20 ps mean DGD

15 ps mean DGD

Optical receiver polarization tracking

100 krad/s

50 krad/s

50 krad/s

Status and Activity LEDs

There are two types of LEDs for the network ports: port LEDs and Ethernet link LEDs. The LEDs for the six physical ports indicate the link state of an ot interface. There are four LEDs in between each port pair that indicate the link state of the associated et interfaces, see Figure 10. To determine the link state of the ot interface; see Table 9.

Figure 10: DWDM Port and Ethernet Link State LEDs
DWDM Port and Ethernet
Link State LEDs
  1
Port LEDs (ot interfaces)
  2
Ethernet LEDs (et interfaces)

Table 9: Network Port Status LEDs (ot Interfaces)

Color

Description

Unlit

The port is not configured.

Solid green

A link is established on the ot interface.

 

Solid amber

The optical module associated with the port has a fault condition, or the port is configured but the link is down.

You can also determine the configuration of the et interfaces by examining the pattern of the four Ethernet LEDs. See Table 10. To determine the link status and of those et interfaces, see Table 11.

Table 10: Valid et Interface Link Combinations of Every Two ot Ports

Modulation Format

Aggregate Data Rate

ot Interface Data Rate

et Interface

Configuration

Ports 0, 2, 4

1, 3, 5

16-QAM (x2)

4 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet

200 Gbps

200 Gbps

0, 1, 2, 3

2 independent 200 Gbps 16-QAM

QPSK and 16-QAM

3 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet

100 Gbps

200 Gbps

0, 2, 3

Independent QPSK and 16-QAM

16-QAM and QPSK

3 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet

200 Gbps

100 Gbps

0, 1, 2

Independent QPSK and 16-QAM

8-QAM

3 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet

150 Gbps

150 Gbps

0, 1, 2

2 Coupled 150 Gbps 8-QAM

QPSK and QPSK

2 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet

100 Gbps

100 Gbps

0,2

Independent 100G QPSK

Table 11: Ethernet Link LEDs (et Interfaces)

Color

Description

Unlit

The et interface is down.

Solid green

The et interface is up but there is no activity.

Blinking green

The link is up on the et interface and there is activity.

Software Features

  • Compliance with ITU G.709 and G.798

  • Transport interface and state model (GR-1093)

  • Performance monitoring features such as alarms, threshold-crossing alarms, OTU/ODU error seconds, and FEC and bit error rate (BER) statistics

  • SNMP management of the MIC based on RFC 3591, Managed Objects for the Optical Interface Type, including the following:

    • Black Link MIB–jnx-bl.mib

    • IFOTN MIB–jnx-ifotn.mib

    • Optics MIB–jnx-optics.mib

    • FRU MIB–jnx-fru.mib

  • User-configurable optics options:

    • Modulation format: 16QAM, 8QAM, QPSK

    • FEC mode (15% SDFEC or 25% SDFEC)

    • Differential and non-differential encoding modes

    • Transmit (TX) laser enable and disable

    • TX output power

    • Wavelength

    • Threshold crossing alarms (TCAs)

  • IEEE 802.1ag OAM

  • IEEE 802.3ah OAM

  • IFINFO/IFMON

  • IEEE 802.3ad link aggregation

  • Flexible Ethernet services encapsulation

  • Flexible VLAN tagging

  • Source address MAC accounting per logical interface

  • Source address MAC filter per port

  • Source address MAC filter per logical interface

  • Destination address MAC filter per port

  • Up to 8000 logical interfaces shared across all ports on a single Packet Forwarding Engine

Alarms, Errors, and Events

Chassis and Line Card Alarms

Note

For ot and et alarms, see Table 12 and Table 13.

Chassis and line card:

  • Line card (FRU) inserted or removed

  • Line card (FRU) Administrative State: In Service, Out Of Service

  • Line card (FRU) Operational State: Unequipped, Init, Normal, Mismatch, Fault, Upgrade

  • Mismatch equipment

  • Temperature alarm

ET Interface Alarms

  • Interface Administrative State: In Service, Out Of Service, Service MA, Out of Service MA

  • Interface Operational State: Init, Normal, Fault, Degraded

ET Interface Optical Channel Transport Unit (OTU) TCAs:

  • OTU-TCA-BBE—15-minute background block error TCA

  • OTU-TCA-ES—15-minute errored seconds TCA

  • OTU-TCA-SES—15-minute severely errored seconds TCA

  • OTU-TCA-UAS—15-minute unavailable seconds TCA

ET Interface Optical Channel Data Unit (ODU) TCAs

  • ODU-TCA-BBE—15-minute background block error TCA

  • ODU-TCA-ES—15-minute errored seconds TCA

  • ODU-TCA-SES—15-minute severely errored seconds TCA

  • ODU-TCA-UAS—15-minute unavailable seconds TCA

Tip

You can view OTU and ODU TCAs by using the show interfaces transport pm otn operational-mode CLI command.

OT Interface Optics-Related Alarms and Status

  • Module fault alarm

  • PLD Flash initialization fault alarm

  • Power supply fault alarm

  • Checksum fault alarm

  • RX CDR loss of lock alarm

  • TEC fault alarm

  • Wavelength unlocked alarm

  • TX loss of signal functionality alarm

  • TX CDR loss of lock alarm

  • RX loss of signal alarm

  • Module temp fault

  • Specific hardware fault

  • Internal power fault

  • Module Power-On-Self test temperature fault

  • Module Power-On-Self test fault

  • Command error

  • RX PLL lock

  • Network lane LOS

  • Network lane LOF

  • Network lane OOF

  • Network lane LOM

  • Network lane OOM

  • Network lane OTU BDI

  • Lane RX FIFO error

  • TX reference clock fault

  • RX modem sync fault

  • RX modem loss of lock

  • RX loss of alignment

  • RX out of alignment

  • RX timing fault

  • Modulator bias control loop fail

  • ITLA fault

  • DAC calib fault

  • ADC calib fault

  • PROM fault

  • TX mod bias VOA ctrl loop high alarm

  • TX mod bias VOA ctrl loop low alarm

  • TX jitter PLL LOL

  • TX out of alignment

  • TX CMU lock fault

  • ADC signal below threshold

  • TX output power adjustment fault

  • TX output mod converge fault

  • TX laser ready fault

  • TX laser ready off fault

  • TX ASIC ready fault

  • TX initialization fault

  • RX demodulator lock fault

  • RX dispersion lock fault

  • RX ADC output fault

  • RX optical input fault

  • RX ASIC ready fault

  • RX initialization fault

  • Module temperature alarm:

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • Module voltage alarm:

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • TX laser output power alarm

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • TX laser temperature alarm:

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • TX laser bias current alarm:

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • TX modulator bias current alarm:

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • OA pump bias current alarm:

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • RX power alarm

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

  • RX phase control loop

    • High alarm

    • Low alarm

    • High warning

    • Low warning

Tip

You can view optics-related status by using the show interfaces diagnostics optics operational-mode CLI commands.

OT Interface Network Lane Performance Monitoring Status Messages

Network lane receive-related status:

  • Chromatic dispersion:

    • Current chromatic dispersion

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

  • Differential group delay:

    • Current differential group delay

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

  • Q2-factor:

    • Current Q2-factor

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

  • Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)

    • Current SNR

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

  • Carrier frequency offset

    • Current carrier frequency offset

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

  • TX output power

    • Current TX output power

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

  • RX input total power

    • Current RX input total power

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

  • BER:

    • Current BER

    • Minimum over PM interval

    • Maximum over PM interval

    • Average over PM interval

Tip

You can view network lane receive-related status by using the show interfaces transport pm optics operational-mode CLI command.

FEC Messages

FEC statistics:

  • Corrected Errors—The number of bits received that were in error, but corrected.

  • Uncorrected Words—The number of FEC codewords received that were not correctable.

  • Corrected Error Ratio—The number of corrected bits divided by the number of bits received.

Tip

You can view FEC statistics by using the show interfaces interface-name extensive operational-mode CLI command.

OT and ET Interface Alarms and Defects

Table 12 and Table 13 describe the OT and ET alarms and defects that can occur on the line card and the link status when the alarm or defect occurs.

Tip

You can view OT and ET alarms and defects by using the show interfaces interface-name extensive operational-mode CLI command.

Table 12: OT Interface Alarms and Defects

Category

Alarm

Description

Link Status

OTN

Network lane LOS

Loss of signal

Link down

Network lane LOF

Loss of frame

Link down

Network lane LOM

Loss of multiframe

Link down

Network lane OTU-BDI

Backward defect identification

Link down

OTN FEC

FEC degrade (OTU-FEC-DEG)

Forward error correction degraded

Link down if signal degrade or backward FRR thresholds are met

FEC excessive (OTU-FEC-EXE)

There are uncorrected words and there are errors in the frame header

Possible link down

Optics and Optical Channel

Module fault

Module fault state

Link down

RX modem synch fault

Modem sync detect fault

Link down

RX modem loss of lock OTU-BDI

Modem lock fault

Link down

RX loss of alignment

Loss of alignment fault

Link down

Network lane LOS

Lane RX loss of signal

Alarm

Modulator bias control loop fail

Modulator bias control loop failed to converge

Alarm

ITLA fault

ITLA operation failure

Alarm

DAC calibration fault

DAC calibration fault

Alarm

ADC calibration fault

ACD calibration fault

Alarm

Table 13: ET Interface Alarms and Defects

Category

Alarm

Description

Link Status

OTN

LOS

Loss of signal

Alarm

LOF

Loss of frame

Alarm

LOM

Loss of multiframe

Alarm

OTN OTU

OTU-AIS

Alarm indication signal or all ones signal

Alarm

OTU-BDI

Backward defect identification

Alarm

OTU-IAE

Incoming alignment error

Warning

OTU-TTIM

Destination access point identifier (DAPI), source access point identifier (SAPI), or both mismatch from expected to received

Warning

OTU-BIAE

Backward incoming alignment error

Warning

OTU-TSF

OTU trail signal fail

Warning

OTU-SSF

OTU server signal fail

Warning

OTN ODU

ODU-AIS

Alarm indication signal or all one signal

Alarm

ODU-OCI

Open connection error

Alarm

ODU-LCK

ODU lock triggers for path monitoring and TCM levels 1 through 6

Alarm

ODU-BDI

Backward defect indication

Alarm

ODU-TTIM

DAPI or SAPI mismatch from expected to received

Warning

ODU-IAE

Incoming alignment error

Warning

ODU-LTC

Loss of tandem connection

Warning

ODU-CSF

Client signal failure

Warning

ODU-TSF

Trail signal failure

Warning

ODU-SSF

Server signal failure

Warning

ODU-PTIM

Payload type mismatch

Alarm

1.2 Terabyte DWDM OTN Module Wavelengths

The PTX10K-1104 coherent line card and the QFX10000-12C-DWDM line card provides six 200-Gbps coherent MACsec ports with built-in long-reach optics. DWDM channel frequency offsets are 0.02 THz. The QFX10000-12C-DWDM line card is available for QFX10008 and QFX10016 switch chassis running Junos Os Release 17.3R1 and later. The PTX10K-1104 coherent line card is available for PTX10008 and PTX10016 line cards. See Table 14 for the available channel frequencies and wavelengths.

Table 14: DWDM Module Wavelengths

Frequency (THz)

Wavelength (nm)

Offset

191.35

1566.72

12.5/50 GHz

191.36

1566.62

12.5 GHz

191.38

1566.52

12.5 GHz

191.39

1566.42

12.5 GHz

191.4

1566.31

12.5/50/100 GHz

191.41

1566.21

12.5 GHz

191.43

1566.11

12.5 GHz

191.44

1566.01

12.5 GHz

191.45

1565.91

12.5/50 GHz

191.46

1565.8

12.5 GHz

191.48

1565.7

12.5 GHz

191.49

1565.6

12.5 GHz

191.5

1565.5

12.5/50/100 GHz

191.51

1565.39

12.5 GHz

191.53

1565.29

12.5 GHz

191.54

1565.19

12.5 GHz

191.55

1565.09

12.5/50 GHz

191.56

1564.99

12.5 GHz

191.58

1564.88

12.5 GHz

191.59

1564.78

12.5 GHz

191.6

1564.68

12.5/50/100 GHz

191.61

1564.58

12.5 GHz

191.63

1564.48

12.5 GHz

191.64

1564.37

12.5 GHz

191.65

1564.27

12.5/50 GHz

191.66

1564.17

12.5 GHz

191.68

1564.07

12.5 GHz

191.69

1563.97

12.5 GHz

191.7

1563.86

12.5/50/100 GHz

191.71

1563.76

12.5 GHz

191.73

1563.66

12.5 GHz

191.74

1563.56

12.5 GHz

191.75

1563.46

12.5/50 GHz

191.76

1563.35

12.5 GHz

191.78

1563.25

12.5 GHz

191.79

1563.15

12.5 GHz

191.8

1563.05

12.5/50/100 GHz

191.81

1562.95

12.5 GHz

191.83

1562.84

12.5 GHz

191.84

1562.74

12.5 GHz

191.85

1562.64

12.5/50 GHz

191.86

1562.54

12.5 GHz

191.88

1562.44

12.5 GHz

191.89

1562.33

12.5 GHz

191.9

1562.23

12.5/50/100 GHz

191.91

1562.13

12.5 GHz

191.93

1562.03

12.5 GHz

191.94

1561.93

12.5 GHz

191.95

1561.83

12.5/50 GHz

191.96

1561.72

12.5 GHz

191.98

1561.62

12.5 GHz

191.99

1561.52

12.5 GHz

192

1561.42

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.01

1561.32

12.5 GHz

192.03

1561.22

12.5 GHz

192.04

1561.11

12.5 GHz

192.05

1561.01

12.5/50 GHz

192.06

1560.91

12.5 GHz

192.08

1560.81

12.5 GHz

192.09

1560.71

12.5 GHz

192.1

1560.61

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.11

1560.51

12.5 GHz

192.13

1560.4

12.5 GHz

192.14

1560.3

12.5 GHz

192.15

1560.2

12.5/50 GHz

192.16

1560.1

12.5 GHz

192.18

1560

12.5 GHz

192.188

1559.9

12.5 GHz

192.2

1559.79

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.21

1559.69

12.5 GHz

192.23

1559.59

12.5 GHz

192.24

1559.49

12.5 GHz

192.25

1559.39

12.5/50 GHz

192.26

1559.29

12.5 GHz

192.28

1559.19

12.5 GHz

192.29

1559.08

12.5 GHz

192.3

1558.98

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.31

1558.88

12.5 GHz

192.33

1558.78

12.5 GHz

192.34

1558.68

12.5 GHz

192.35

1558.58

12.5/50 GHz

192.36

1558.48

12.5 GHz

192.38

1558.38

12.5 GHz

192.39

1558.27

12.5 GHz

192.4

1558.17

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.41

1558.07

12.5 GHz

192.43

1557.97

12.5 GHz

192.44

1557.87

12.5 GHz

192.45

1557.77

12.5/50 GHz

192.46

1557.67

12.5 GHz

192.48

1557.57

12.5 GHz

192.49

1557.47

12.5 GHz

192.5

1557.36

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.51

1557.26

12.5 GHz

192.53

1557.16

12.5 GHz

192.54

1557.06

12.5 GHz

192.55

1556.96

12.5/50 GHz

192.56

1556.86

12.5 GHz

192.58

1556.76

12.5 GHz

192.59

1556.66

12.5 GHz

192.6

1556.56

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.61

1556.45

12.5 GHz

192.63

1556.35

12.5 GHz

192.64

1556.25

12.5 GHz

192.65

1556.15

12.5/50 GHz

192.66

1556.05

12.5 GHz

192.68

1555.95

12.5 GHz

192.69

1555.85

12.5 GHz

192.7

1555.75

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.71

1555.65

12.5 GHz

192.73

1555.55

12.5 GHz

192.74

1555.44

12.5 GHz

192.75

1555.34

12.5/50 GHz

192.76

1555.24

12.5 GHz

192.78

1555.14

12.5 GHz

192.79

1555.04

12.5 GHz

192.8

1554.94

12.5/50/100 GHz

192.81

1554.84

12.5 GHz

192.83

1554.74

12.5 GHz

192.84

1554.64

12.5 GHz

192.85

1554.54

12.5/50 GHz

192.86

1554.44

12.5 GHz

192.88

1554.34

12.5 GHz

192.89

1554.24

12.5 GHz

192.9

1554.13

1554.134

192.91

1554.03

12.5 GHz

192.93

1553.93

12.5 GHz

192.94

1553.83

12.5 GHz

192.95

1553.73

12.5/50 GHz

192.96

1553.63

12.5 GHz

192.98

1553.53

12.5 GHz

192.99

1553.43

12.5 GHz

193

1553.33

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.01

1553.23

12.5 GHz

193.03

1553.13

12.5 GHz

193.04

1553.03

12.5 GHz

193.05

1552.93

12.5/50 GHz

193.06

1552.83

12.5 GHz

193.08

1552.73

12.5 GHz

193.09

1552.63

12.5 GHz

193.1

1552.52

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.11

1552.42

12.5 GHz

193.13

1552.32

12.5 GHz

193.14

1552.22

12.5 GHz

193.15

1552.12

12.5/50 GHz

193.16

1552.02

12.5 GHz

193.18

1551.92

12.5 GHz

193.19

1551.82

12.5 GHz

193.2

1551.72

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.21

1551.62

12.5 GHz

193.23

1551.52

12.5 GHz

193.24

1551.42

12.5 GHz

193.25

1551.32

12.5/50 GHz

193.26

1551.22

12.5 GHz

193.28

1551.12

12.5 GHz

193.29

1551.02

12.5 GHz

193.3

1550.92

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.31

1550.82

12.5 GHz

193.33

1550.72

12.5 GHz

193.34

1550.62

12.5 GHz

193.35

1550.52

12.5/50 GHz

193.36

1550.42

12.5 GHz

193.38

1550.32

12.5 GHz

193.39

1550.22

12.5 GHz

193.4

1550.12

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.41

1550.02

12.5 GHz

193.43

1549.92

12.5 GHz

193.44

1549.82

12.5 GHz

193.45

1549.72

12.5/50 GHz

193.46

1549.62

12.5 GHz

193.48

1549.52

12.5 GHz

193.49

1549.42

12.5 GHz

193.5

1549.32

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.51

1549.22

12.5 GHz

193.53

1549.12

12.5 GHz

193.54

1549.02

12.5 GHz

193.55

1548.92

12.5/50 GHz

193.56

1548.82

12.5 GHz

193.58

1548.72

12.5 GHz

193.59

1548.62

12.5 GHz

193.6

1548.52

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.61

1548.42

12.5 GHz

193.63

1548.32

12.5 GHz

193.64

1548.22

12.5 GHz

193.65

1548.12

12.5/50 GHz

193.66

1548.02

12.5 GHz

193.68

1547.92

12.5 GHz

193.69

1547.82

12.5 GHz

193.7

1547.72

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.71

1547.62

12.5 GHz

193.73

1547.52

12.5 GHz

193.74

1547.42

12.5 GHz

193.75

1547.32

12.5/50 GHz

193.76

1547.22

12.5 GHz

193.78

1547.12

12.5 GHz

193.79

1547.02

12.5 GHz

193.8

1546.92

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.81

1546.82

12.5 GHz

193.83

1546.72

12.5 GHz

193.84

1546.62

12.5 GHz

193.85

1546.52

12.5/50 GHz

193.86

1546.42

12.5 GHz

193.88

1546.32

12.5 GHz

193.89

1546.22

12.5 GHz

193.9

1546.12

12.5/50/100 GHz

193.91

1546.02

12.5 GHz

193.93

1545.92

12.5 GHz

193.94

1545.82

12.5 GHz

193.95

1545.72

12.5/50 GHz

193.96

1545.62

12.5 GHz

193.98

1545.52

12.5 GHz

193.99

1545.42

12.5 GHz

194

1545.32

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.01

1545.22

12.5 GHz

194.03

1545.12

12.5 GHz

194.04

1545.02

12.5 GHz

194.05

1544.92

12.5/50 GHz

194.06

1544.82

12.5 GHz

194.08

1544.73

12.5 GHz

194.09

1544.63

12.5 GHz

194.1

1544.53

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.11

1544.43

12.5 GHz

194.13

1544.33

12.5 GHz

194.14

1544.23

12.5 GHz

194.15

1544.13

12.5/50 GHz

194.16

1544.03

12.5 GHz

194.18

1543.93

12.5 GHz

194.19

1543.83

12.5 GHz

194.2

1543.73

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.21

1543.63

12.5 GHz

194.23

1543.53

12.5 GHz

194.24

1543.43

12.5 GHz

194.25

1543.33

12.5/50 GHz

194.26

1543.23

12.5 GHz

194.28

1543.14

12.5 GHz

194.29

1543.04

12.5 GHz

194.3

1542.94

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.31

1542.84

12.5 GHz

194.33

1542.74

12.5 GHz

194.34

1542.64

12.5 GHz

194.35

1542.54

12.5/50 GHz

194.36

1542.44

12.5 GHz

194.38

1542.34

12.5 GHz

194.39

1542.24

12.5 GHz

194.4

1542.14

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.41

1542.04

12.5 GHz

194.43

1541.94

12.5 GHz

194.44

1541.85

12.5 GHz

194.45

1541.75

12.5/50 GHz

194.46

1541.65

12.5 GHz

194.48

1541.55

12.5 GHz

194.49

1541.45

12.5 GHz

194.5

1541.35

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.51

1541.25

12.5 GHz

194.53

1541.15

12.5 GHz

194.54

1541.05

12.5 GHz

194.55

1540.95

12.5/50 GHz

194.56

1540.85

12.5 GHz

194.58

1540.76

12.5 GHz

194.59

1540.66

12.5 GHz

194.6

1540.56

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.61

1540.46

12.5 GHz

194.63

1540.36

12.5 GHz

194.64

1540.26

12.5 GHz

194.65

1540.16

12.5/50 GHz

194.66

1540.06

12.5 GHz

194.68

1539.96

12.5 GHz

194.69

1539.87

12.5 GHz

194.7

1539.77

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.71

1539.67

12.5 GHz

194.73

1539.57

12.5 GHz

194.74

1539.47

12.5 GHz

194.75

1539.37

12.5/50 GHz

194.76

1539.27

12.5 GHz

194.78

1539.17

12.5 GHz

194.79

1539.07

12.5 GHz

194.8

1538.98

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.81

1538.88

12.5 GHz

194.83

1538.78

12.5 GHz

194.84

1538.68

12.5 GHz

194.85

1538.58

12.5/50 GHz

194.86

1538.48

12.5 GHz

194.88

1538.38

12.5 GHz

194.89

1538.29

12.5 GHz

194.9

1538.19

12.5/50/100 GHz

194.91

1538.09

12.5 GHz

194.93

1537.99

12.5 GHz

194.94

1537.89

12.5 GHz

194.95

1537.79

12.5/50 GHz

194.96

1537.69

12.5 GHz

194.98

1537.59

12.5 GHz

194.99

1537.5

12.5 GHz

195

1537.4

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.01

1537.3

12.5 GHz

195.03

1537.2

12.5 GHz

195.04

1537.1

12.5 GHz

195.05

1537

12.5/50 GHz

195.06

1536.9

12.5 GHz

195.08

1536.8

12.5 GHz

195.09

1536.7

12.5 GHz

195.1

1536.6

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.11

1536.51

12.5 GHz

195.13

1536.41

12.5 GHz

195.14

1536.31

12.5 GHz

195.15

1536.22

12.5/50 GHz

195.16

1536.12

12.5 GHz

195.18

1536.02

12.5 GHz

195.19

1535.92

12.5 GHz

195.2

1535.82

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.21

1535.72

12.5 GHz

195.23

1535.63

12.5 GHz

195.24

1535.53

12.5 GHz

195.25

1535.43

12.5/50 GHz

195.26

1535.33

12.5 GHz

195.28

1535.23

12.5 GHz

195.29

1535.13

12.5 GHz

195.3

1535.03

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.31

1534.94

12.5 GHz

195.33

1534.84

12.5 GHz

195.34

1534.74

12.5 GHz

195.35

1564.64

12.5/50 GHz

195.36

1534.55

12.5 GHz

195.38

1534.45

12.5 GHz

195.39

1534.35

12.5 GHz

195.4

1534.25

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.41

1534.15

12.5 GHz

195.43

1534.05

12.5 GHz

195.44

1533.96

12.5 GHz

195.45

1533.86

12.5/50 GHz

195.46

1533.76

12.5 GHz

195.48

1533.66

12.5 GHz

195.49

1533.56

12.5 GHz

195.5

1533.47

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.51

1533.37

12.5 GHz

195.53

1533.27

12.5 GHz

195.54

1533.17

12.5 GHz

195.55

1533.07

12.5/50 GHz

195.56

1532.98

12.5 GHz

195.58

1532.88

12.5 GHz

195.59

1532.78

12.5 GHz

195.6

1532.68

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.61

1532.58

12.5 GHz

195.63

1532.49

12.5 GHz

195.64

1532.39

12.5 GHz

195.65

1532.29

12.5/50 GHz

195.66

1532.19

12.5 GHz

195.68

1532.09

12.5 GHz

195.69

1532

12.5 GHz

195.7

1531.9

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.71

1531.8

12.5 GHz

195.73

1531.7

12.5 GHz

195.74

1531.61

12.5 GHz

185.75

1531.51

12.5/50 GHz

185.76

1531.41

12.5 GHz

195.78

1531.31

12.5 GHz

195.79

1531.21

12.5 GHz

195.8

1531.12

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.81

1531.02

12.5 GHz

195.83

1530.92

12.5 GHz

195.84

1530.82

12.5 GHz

195.85

1530.73

12.5/50 GHz

195.86

1530.63

12.5 GHz

195.88

1530.53

12.5 GHz

195.89

1530.43

12.5 GHz

195.9

1530.33

12.5/50/100 GHz

195.91

1530.34

12.5 GHz

195.93

1530.24

12.5 GHz

195.94

1530.04

12.5 GHz

195.95

1529.94

12.5/50 GHz

195.96

1529.85

12.5 GHz

195.98

1529.75

12.5 GHz

195.99

1529.65

12.5 GHz

196

1529.55

12.5/50/100 GHz

196.01

1529.46

12.5 GHz

196.03

1529.36

12.5 GHz

196.04

1529.26

12.5 GHz

196.05

1529.16

12.5/50 GHz

196.06

1529.07

12.5 GHz

196.08

1528.97

12.5 GHz

196.09

1528.87

12.5 GHz

196.1

1528.77

12.5/50/100 GHz

PTX10K-LC1105 Line Card

The PTX10K-LC1105 line card is designed to provide secure Ethernet communication across high-speed links. The card consists of thirty 28 Gbps QSFP+ Pluggable Solution (QSFP28) ports that are Media Access Control Security (MACsec) capable. The ports support speeds of 100 Gbps or 40 Gbps and you can configure the port speed through the CLI.

The PTX10K-LC1105 line card is supported on Junos OS Release 17.4R1-S1 and later.

This topic describes:

Overview

The line cards in PTX10000 Packet Transport Routers combine a Packet Forwarding Engine and Ethernet interfaces in a single assembly. Line cards are field-replaceable units (FRUs) that can be installed in the line card slots on the front of the switch chassis. The line cards are hot-insertable and hot-removable; you can remove and replace them without powering off the switch or disrupting switch functions. See Figure 11.

Figure 11: PTX10K-LC1105 Port Panel
PTX10K-LC1105 Port Panel
  1
Power LED, status LED, and offline button
  2
Network ports

Network Ports

Each of the 30 QSFP28 ports supports:

  • 100-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP28 optical transceivers. When a QSFP28 transceiver is inserted into any of the ports, the QSFP28 port is enabled for 100-Gigabit Ethernet.

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP+ optical transceivers. When a QSFP+ transceiver is inserted into any of the ports, the QSFP+ port is enabled for 40-Gigabit Ethernet.

On the PTX10K-LC1105, the ports are enabled by default, and the default configuration adds the ports to the default VLAN.

Power and Status LEDs

The two LEDs to the left of the network ports indicate the power (PWR) and status (STS) for the line card. See Table 15 and Table 16.

Table 15: Power LED

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

There is no power to the line card.

Green

On steadily

The line card has power.

Yellow or amber

Blinking

The line card has a power fault.

Table 16: Status LED

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

The line card is offline or disabled.

Green

On steadily

The line card is online.

Yellow or amber

On steadily

The line card is booting.

Blinking

The line card has a fault condition or alarm.

Slow blink or blip

The beacon function is enabled.

Offline Button

The offline/online button is recessed below the faceplate directly below the status (STS) LED. You can take the PTX10K-LC1105 offline or online by using either of these two methods:

  • Press the OFF button with a pin tool, such as a paperclip, until the STS LED goes out (about 5 seconds).

  • Issue the CLI command:

    user@host> request chassis pic fpc-slot fpc-slot pic-slot pic-slot offline

Port Status and Activity LEDs

Each QSFP28 port has a bi-colored up or down LED indicator that show port status and link activity. See Figure 12 and Table 17.

Figure 12: Indicators for QSFP28 Ports on PTX10K-LC1105 Line Cards
Indicators for QSFP28 Ports on
PTX10K-LC1105 Line Cards

Table 17: Network Port Status and Activity LEDs on a PTX10K-LC1105 Line Card

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 but there is no activity.

Blinking

A link is up and there is activity.

Yellow or Amber

Slow blink or blip

The beacon function was enabled on the port.

Blinking

A single LED blinking indicates an interface fault.

PTX10K-LC201 for PTX10008 and PTX10016 Routers

The PTX10K-LC201 line card offers 36 ports of 400 Gigabit Ethernet that provides 14.4 Tbps line rate processing speeds. The 14.4 Tbps line card is designed to take advance to the advanced power and cooling features of the newer Routing and Control Boards (RCBs), the enhanced switch fabric cards, enhanced power supplies, and the enhanced fans and fan tray controllers. See Calculating Power Requirements for a PTX10008 and Calculating Power Requirements for a PTX10016 Router.

This topic includes:

Overview

The PTX10K-LC201 line card combines Packet Forwarding Engine (PFE) based on Juniper Networks custom BT ASICs, a local Broadwell-DE CPU, and the 400 Gigabit Ethernet quad small form factor double density (QSFP56-DD) interfaces. Each lane of the QSFP56-DD supports 56 Gbps PAM4. You can channelize the QSFP56-DD ports using breakout cables to speeds of 200 Gbps, 100 Gbps, 50 Gbps, 25 Gbps, 10 Gbps, or 1 Gbps. See Figure 13.

Figure 13: PTX10K-LC201 Port Panel
PTX10K-LC201 Port Panel
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Status LEDs
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36 QSFP56-DD ports

The PTX10K-LC201 line card is supported on PTX10008 and PTX10016 models running Junos OS Evolved Release 19.4R1 and later. The line card also requires these hardware components:

  • Routing and Control Board (RCB). JNP10K-RE1, JNP10K-RE1-LT, or JNP10K-RE1-128G

  • Enhanced Switch Interface Boards (SIBs)

The PTX10K-LC201 line card can operate with the standard fans, (JNP10008-FAN or JNP10016-FAN), fan tray controllers (JNP10008-FAN-CTRL), and standard power supplies (JNP10K-PWR-AC and JNP10K-PWR-DC).

Network Ports

The QSFP56-DD ports support:

  • 400 Gigabit Ethernet transceivers (QSFP56-DD)

  • 400 Gigabit Ethernet active optic cables (AOCs)

  • 4 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet transceivers (QSFP56-DD)

  • 2 x 100 Gigabit Ethernet transceivers (QSFP566-DD)

  • 100 Gigabit Ethernet transceivers (QSFP28)

  • 100 Gigabit Ethernet AOCs

QFX10000-60S-6Q Line Card in PTX10008 and PTX10016 Routers

The QFX10000-60S-6Q line card consists of 60 small form-factor pluggable plus (SFP+) ports, that support 10-Gbps or 1-Gbps port speeds, 2 dual-speed QSFP28 ports that support either 40-Gbps or 100-Gbps port speed, and 4 QSFP+ ports that support 40-Gbps. All of the QSFP and SFP+ ports are configured to 10-Gbps by default. The QSFP28 ports are configured to 40-Gbps by default, but port 60 and port 65 are dual-speed ports and can be configured to support either 10-Gigabit Ethernet or 40-Gigabit Ethernet optical transceivers. Ports 60 and 64 can also be configured to support 100-Gigabit Ethernet optical transceivers. See the Hardware Compatibility Tool for details of supported optical transceivers.

The QFX10000-60S-6Q line card is supported on Junos OS Release 19.1R1 and later.

Note

Junos OS Release 19.1R1 does not support 1-Gigabit Ethernet on the 10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ ports.

This topic describes:

Hardware Features

The line cards in PTX10008 and PTX10016 routers combine a Packet Forwarding Engine and Ethernet interfaces in a single assembly. Line cards are field-replaceable units (FRUs) that can be installed in the line card slots on the front of the chassis. The line cards are hot-insertable and hot-removable; you can remove and replace them without powering off the router or disrupting router functions. See Figure 14.

Figure 14: QFX10000-60S-6Q Port Panel
QFX10000-60S-6Q Port Panel
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Power LED, status LED, and offline button
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QSFP28 ports, QSFP+ ports, and port groups
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SFP+ ports
 

Each QSFP28 port (60 and 64) controls a port group and can be configured to support:

  • 100-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP28 optical transceivers. The interface speeds are configured by port group. When a QSFP28 transceiver is inserted into the one of the QSFP28 ports marked with a fine black line above the port (60 or 64) and the port is configured for 100-Gigabit Ethernet, the two adjacent ports are disabled and the QSFP28 port is enabled for 100-Gigabit Ethernet. When port 60 is configured for 100-Gbps, ports 61 and 62 are disabled; when port 64 is configured for 100-Gbps, ports 63 and 65 are disabled.

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP+ optical transceivers. The default speed is 10 Gbps.

  • 10-Gigabit Ethernet using breakout cabling and attached optical transceivers. When configured for channelization, the system converts the 40-Gigabit Ethernet port into 4 independent 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports. Use the set chassis fpc fpc-slot-number pic pic-slot-number port port-number speed speed command to change the port speed.

Each QSFP+ port (61, 62, 63, and 65 is part of a port group and is controlled either by the associated QSFP28 port (60 or 64). A QSFP28 port operating at 40-Gpbs speeds, the QSFP+ ports can be configured to support:

  • 40-Gigabit Ethernet using QSFP+ optical transceivers. The default speed is 10 Gbps.

  • 10-Gigabit Ethernet using breakout cables with attached optical transceivers. When configured for channelization, the system converts the 40-Gigabit Ethernet port into 4 independent 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports. Use the set chassis fpc fpc-slot-number pic pic-slot-number port port-number speed speed command to change the port speed.

Each SFP+ port (0 through 59) can be configured to support 10-Gigabit Ethernet using SFP+ optical transceivers. The default speed is 10 Gbps.

Copper SFP transceivers are only supported on the bottom two SFP+ rows. Because copper SFP transceivers (1000BASE-T) are physically larger than optical SFP transceivers (1000BASE-X), stacking copper SFP transceivers in all three rows causes internal damage to the line card. Optical SFP transceivers can be stacked and used in all SFP+ ports 0 through 59.

Any of the 66 ports 0 through 65 can be configured as either uplink or access ports. The ports are enabled by default, and the default configuration adds the ports to the default VLAN.

Port Groups

The six combination ports of QSFP28 and QSFP+ can operate either as six independent 40-Gigabit Ethernet ports or as two port groups. The first port group is controlled by QSFP28 port 60 and administratively bundled with QSFP+ ports 61 and 62. The second port group is controlled by QSFP28 port 63 and administratively bundled with QSFP+ ports 64 and 65. To enable the port group, insert a 100-Gigabit Ethernet transceiver into the QSFP28 port and configure a port for 100-Gbps. Junos OS enables the QSFP28 port at 100-Gbps speed and disables the two QSFP+ ports bundled in the port group. Figure 15 shows the location of QSFP28 ports and port groups for the QFX10000-60S-6Q. Table 18 shows the available combinations for the ports.

Figure 15: QFX10000-60S-6Q Port Groups
QFX10000-60S-6Q Port Groups

Table 18: QFX10000-60S-6Q Port Mapping

Port Number

4X10-Gigabit Ethernet

4X10-Gigabit Channelized Port Group

40-Gigabit Ethernet

100-Gigabit Ethernet

100-Gigabit Ethernet Disables

60

61, 62

61

62

63

64

63, 65

65

Channelization of 40-Gigabit Ethernet Ports

Channelization from a 40-Gigabit Ethernet port into 4 independent 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports is supported on the QSFP28 and QSFP+ ports. Channelization to 50-Gbps or 25-Gbps speed is not supported on the 100-Gigabit Ethernet QSFP28 port. All ports in the port group are channelized when port 60 or port 63 are channelized. Ports cannot be channelized individually.

To channelize a 40-Gbps port to 4 independent 10-Gbps ports, use the set chassis fpc fpc-slot-number pic pic-slot-number port port-number channel-speed speed command. For example, to channelize ports 60 through 62 for a line card in slot 6:

Review your configuration and issue the commit command.

If you want to return the port to the default, delete the speed statement from the configuration at the [chassis fpc 6 pic 1 port port-number] hierarchy level and commit the configuration. The network port is reset to the default 40-Gigabit Ethernet interface.

Using Copper and Fiber SFP Transceivers

When you configure the 10-Gigabit Ethernet ports 0 to 59 as 1-Gigabit Ethernet ports, you can use optical fiber SFP transceivers in any of the ports. However, copper SFP transceivers are restricted to the lower two rows. See Figure 16.

Figure 16: Supported Placement for Copper and Fiber SFP+ Transceivers
Supported Placement for Copper
and Fiber SFP+ Transceivers
Caution

Stacking three copper SFP transceivers in a column can cause damage to the line card.

Because 1 Gbps copper SFP transceivers are physically larger than optical SFP transceivers, there is insufficient room for 3 copper SFP transceivers to be stacked. Use the top row only for optical SFP transceivers. You can stack copper transceivers in the bottom two rows. Ports are arranged belly-to-belly. Stacking three SFP transceivers in a column can damage the line card. For the recommended configuration, see Figure 17.

Figure 17: Belly-to-Belly SFP Transceivers
Belly-to-Belly SFP Transceivers

SFP+ Status and Activity LEDs

All status and activity LEDs for the SFP+ ports are located between the second and third rows of SFP+. The up arrow, circle, and down arrow indicate the row of the status. A bi-color LED indicates the status and activity. See Figure 18 and Table 19.

Figure 18: SFP+ Port Indicators and Status LEDs on a QFX10000-60S-6Q Line Card
SFP+ Port Indicators and
Status LEDs on a QFX10000-60S-6Q Line Card
  • An up arrow indicates the first row.

  • A circle indicates the second row.

  • A down arrow indicates the third row.

Table 19: Network Port Status and Activity LEDs for SFP+ Ports on a QFX10000-60S-6Q Line Card

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.

Yellow or Amber

Slow blink, or blip

The beacon function is enabled on one or more sub-channels.

Blinking

The interface has a fault condition.

QSFP+ and QSFP28 Status and Activity LEDs

All QSFP+ and QSFP28 ports have an up or down indicator for each port and four bi-colored LEDs that show port status and link activity based on whether or not the port is configured for channelization. See Table 20.

Figure 19: LED Indicators on QSFP+ and QSFP28 Ports on QFX10000-60S-6Q Line Card
LED Indicators on QSFP+ and
QSFP28 Ports on QFX10000-60S-6Q Line Card

Table 20: QSFP+ and QSFP28 Network Port Status and Activity 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. All sub-channels are disabled.

Green

On steadily

A link is established. When channelized, all sub-channels are up. When not channelized, it indicates no activity.

Yellow or Amber

On steadily

At least one channel link is up, but not all channels are up.

Slow blink, or blip

The beacon function is enabled on one or more sub-channels.

Blinking

One or more sub-channels has a fault condition.

PTX10000 Line Card LEDs

All PTX10000 line cards have three bi-colored LEDs (see Figure 20).

Figure 20: Line Card LEDs
Line Card LEDs

Table 21 describes the functions of the line card LEDs.

Table 21: Line Card LEDs

Label

Color

State

Description

PWR

Green

On steadily

The line card is receiving power.

Yellow

Blinking

The line card has a power error, such as insufficient power.

Unlit

Off

The line card is not receiving power.

STS

Green

On steadily

The line card is online and functioning normally.

Green

Blinking

The beacon feature is enabled on the line card.

Yellow

On steadily

The line card is booting.

Yellow

Blinking

The line card is detecting an error.

Unlit

Off

The line card is offline.

OFF

Green

On steadily

The line card is offline.