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    Powering On Virtual Services Engines

    In this procedure we assume that the device is already connected to a power source.

    If the device is equipped with an AC power supply, see Connecting Power to AC-Powered VSE1100 and VSE2100 Devices.

    If the device is equipped with a DC power supply, see Connecting Power to DC-Powered VSE1100 and VSE2100 Devices.

    For specifications on the electrical requirements for the device, see Power Specifications for VSE1100 and VSE2100 Devices.

    Caution: Evaluate the overall loading of the branch circuit before you install any equipment into a rack.

    To power on the device and configure the Ethernet address:

    1. Connect the device to a local console or terminal server.
    2. Verify that the power source is operational.
    3. Inspect all grounding and power connections to the chassis.
    4. Confirm that all cable connections are secure.
    5. Press and release the momentary rocker power switch on the rear panel of the chassis to power on the device.
    6. Monitor LEDs on the device to verify that the device is booting properly.

      To configure the device for a PXE boot and the platform and virtual machine (VM) layers for the first time, see the Quick Start Guide: JunosV App Engine.

    Published: 2013-03-12