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SRX345 Chassis

 

SRX345 Services Gateway Chassis Overview

The SRX345 Services Gateway chassis is a rigid sheet metal structure that houses all of the other services gateway components. The chassis installs in standard 800–mm (or larger) enclosed cabinets, 19 in. equipment racks, or telecommunications open-frame racks.

Caution

Before removing or installing components of a functioning services gateway, attach an electrostatic discharge (ESD) strap to an ESD point and place the other end of the strap around your bare wrist. Failure to use an ESD strap could result in damage to the device.

The services gateway must be connected to earth ground during normal operation. The protective earthing terminal on the side of the chassis is provided to connect the services gateway to ground.

SRX345 Services Gateway Front Panel

Figure 1 shows the front panel of the SRX345 Services Gateway with a single AC power supply.

Figure 1: SRX345 Services Gateway (Single AC Power Supply) Front Panel
SRX345 Services Gateway (Single
AC Power Supply) Front Panel

Figure 2 shows the front panel of the SRX345 Services Gateway with dual AC power supplies.

Figure 2: SRX345 Services Gateway (Dual AC Power Supplies) Front Panel
SRX345
Services Gateway (Dual AC Power Supplies) Front Panel

Table 1 provides details about the front panel components.

Table 1: SRX345 Services Gateway Front Panel Components

Callout

Component

Description

1

Reset Config button

Returns the services gateway to the rescue configuration or the factory-default configuration.

2, 8

Console ports

  • Serial—Connects a laptop to the services gateway for CLI management. The port uses an RJ-45 serial connection and supports the RS-232 (EIA-232) standard.

  • USB—Connects a laptop to the services gateway for CLI management through a USB interface. The port accepts a Mini-B type USB cable plug. A USB cable with Mini-B and Type A USB plugs is supplied with the services gateway. To use the mini-USB console port, you must download a USB driver to the management device from the Downloads page at https://www.juniper.net/support/downloads/?p=junos-srx#sw.

    To download the driver for Windows OS, select 6.5 from the Version drop-down list.

    To download the driver for Mac OS, select 4.10 from the Version drop-down list.

3

Management port

Use the management (MGMT) port to connect to the device over the network.

4

Mini-PIM slots

Four slots for Mini-PIMs. Mini-PIMs can be used to provide LAN and WAN functionality along with connectivity to various media types.

Note: The SRX345 device with dual AC power supplies ships with tamper-proof labels.

5

ESD point

For personal safety, while working on the services gateway, use the ESD outlet to plug in an ESD grounding strap to prevent your body from sending static charges to the services gateway.

6

1-GbE small form-factor pluggable (SFP) ports

Eight 1-GbE MACsec-capable SFP ports for network traffic.

7

1-GbE Ethernet ports

Eight LAN ports (0/0 to 0/7), which are MACsec capable.

The ports have the following characteristics:

  • Use an RJ-45 connector

  • Operate in full-duplex and half-duplex modes

  • Support autonegotiation

The Gigabit Ethernet ports can be used to:

  • Function as front-end network ports

  • Provide LAN and WAN connectivity to hubs, switches, local servers, and workstations

  • Forward incoming data packets to the services gateway

  • Receive outgoing data packets from the services gateway

9

USB port

The services gateway has one USB port that accepts a USB storage device.

10

LEDs

Indicate component and system status at a glance.

11

Power button

Use the Power button to power on or power off the services gateway.

Chassis Status LEDs

Figure 3 shows the LEDs on the front panel.

Figure 3: SRX345 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs
SRX345 Services Gateway Front Panel
LEDs

Table 2 lists the front panel LEDs.

Table 2: SRX345 Services Gateway Front Panel LEDs

Component

Description

ALARM

  • Solid amber (noncritical alarm)

  • Solid red (critical alarm)

  • Off (no alarms)

STAT

  • Solid green (operating normally)

  • Solid red (error detected)

PWR

  • Solid green (receiving power)

  • Solid amber (Power-off triggered)

  • Off (no power)

HA

  • Solid green (all HA links are available)

  • Solid amber (some HA links are unavailable)

  • Solid red (HA links are not functional)

  • Off (HA is disabled)

mPIM1 , mPIM2, mPIM3, and mPIM4

  • Solid green (Mini-PIM is functioning normally)

  • Solid red (Mini-PIM hardware failure)

  • Off (Mini-PIM is not present or Mini-PIM is not detected by the device)

Management Port LEDs

The management port has two LEDs that indicate link activity and status of the management port.

Table 3 describes the LEDs.

Table 3: Management Port LEDs

LED

Description

Link (LED on the left)

  • Solid green—There is link activity.

  • Off—There is no link established.

Activity (LED on the right)

  • Blinking green—There is activity on the link.

  • Off—There is no link activity.

Network Port LEDs

The SFP and Ethernet ports have two status LEDs, LINK and ACT, located above the port.

Table 4: Network Port LEDs

LED

Description

LINK (LED on the left)

  • Solid green—There is link activity.

  • Off—There is no link established.

ACT (LED on the right)

  • Blinking green—There is activity on the 1 G link.

  • Off—There is no link activity.

SRX345 Services Gateway Back Panel

Figure 4 and Figure 5 show the back panel of the SRX345 Services Gateway with a single AC power supply and dual AC power supplies, respectively.

Figure 4: SRX345 Services Gateway Back Panel (Single AC Power Supply)
SRX345 Services Gateway Back
Panel (Single AC Power Supply)
Figure 5: SRX345 Services Gateway Back Panel (Dual AC Power Supplies)
SRX345 Services Gateway
Back Panel (Dual AC Power Supplies)

Figure 6 shows the back panel of the SRX345 Services Gateway with a DC power supply.

Figure 6: SRX345 Services Gateway Back Panel (DC Power Supply)
SRX345
Services Gateway Back Panel (DC Power Supply)

Table 5 lists the components on the back panel.

Table 5: SRX345 Services Gateway Back Panel Components

Callout

Component

Description

1

SSD slot

SSD storage device slot for optional logging device.

2

Fans

Keeps all the services gateway components within the acceptable temperature range.

3

Power supply input

Connects the services gateway to the AC power supply.

Table 6 describes the LEDs on the AC power supplies for the SRX345 Services Gateway with dual AC power supplies.

Table 6: SRX345 Services Gateway (with Dual AC Power Supplies) Back Panel LEDs

LED Color

Description

Green

Receiving power

Off

No power

SRX345 Services Gateway Interface Modules Overview

Mini-Physical Interface Modules (Mini-PIMs) are field-replaceable network interface cards (NICs) supported on the SRX300 line of services gateways. You can easily insert or remove Mini-PIMs from the front slots of the services gateway chassis. The Mini-PIMs provide physical connections to a LAN or a WAN. The Mini-PIMs receive incoming packets from the network and transmit outgoing packets to the network. During this process, they perform framing and line-speed signaling for the medium type.

Caution

The Mini-PIMs are not hot-swappable. You must power off the services gateway before removing or installing Mini-PIMs.

The following Mini-PIMs are supported on the SRX345 Services Gateway:

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

  • 1-Port T1/E1 Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-1T1E1-R)

  • 1-Port VDSL2 (Annex A) Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-1VDSL2-R)

  • LTE Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-LTE-AE and SRX-MP-LTE-AA)

  • Wi-Fi Mini-Physical Interface Module (SRX-MP-WLAN-US, SRX-MP-WLAN-IL, and SRX-MP-WLAN-WW)

Note

Gigabit-Backplane Physical Interface Modules (GPIMs) are not supported on the SRX345 Services Gateway.

For more information on the Mini-PIMs, see SRX300 Series and SRX550 High Memory Gateway Interface Modules Reference  .

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