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LM-10 Line Module

Module labelES2 10G LM
Number of ports
  • Not applicable
Software release
  • First supported: 8.0.0
Description
  • 198 W maximum
  • Acts as frame forwarding engines for the physical interfaces
  • Processes up to 10 GB of data traffic
  • Pairs with ES2–S2 10GE PR IOA and ES2–S1 GE-8 IOA
  • In a SRP-100 configuration, it must be installed in a turbo slot only (slot 2 or slot 4)
    • If you install the line module in a slot other than slot 2 or slot 4, it will be disabled
    • If you install the LM-10 module next to a configured line module that is already installed in slot 3 or slot 5, the LM-10 module will be disabled
    • If you install a line module in slot 3 or slot 5 next to a previously installed LM-10 module, the non-LM-10 module will be disabled
  • In a SRP-120 and SRP-320 configuration, it can be installed in any slot
Type
  • TFA ASIC
Capability
  • Supports a line rate of 128–byte frames on IOAs
  • The 100–Gbps switch fabric allocates 3.4 Gbps of overall bandwidth to each regular line module slot and 10 Gbps of overall bandwidth to each of the turbo slots (slot 2 and slot 4).
  • The 120–Gbps and 320–Gbps switch fabrics allocate 10 Gbps of overall bandwidth to each line module slot.
  • See JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide, Chapter 6, Managing Modules for more information.
Software features
  • Not applicable
Line module compatibility
  • Not applicable
SRP module compatibility
  • SRP-100
  • SRP-120
  • SRP-320
Line module redundancy compatibility
  • Yes (Redundancy IOA must be installed in either slot 0 or slot 11)
  • Can only back up another ES2 10G LM
Port redundancy support
  • Not applicable
Cables and connectors
  • Not applicable
LEDsWhen lit, LED indicates:
  • OK (green)—Self-test passed
  • FAIL (red)—Failure detected
  • ONLINE (green)—Online with no alarms or errors
  • REDUN (green)—Redundant card available
Alarms, errors, and events
  • See Monitoring Modules in JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide, Chapter 6, Managing Modules.

Modified: 2015-07-23