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SRP-120 Module

Module labelSRP-120
IOA labelSRP IOA
Number of IOA ports
  • Not applicable
Software release
  • First supported: 8.2.0
Description
  • 140 W maximum
  • Switch route processor (120 Gbps)
  • Performs system management, route table calculations and maintenance, forwarding table computations, statistics processing, configuration storage, and other control plane functions
  • Has 4 GB of memory
  • Works with the SFM–120 module to create a switch fabric
    • The 120–Gbps fabric allocates 10 Gbps of overall bandwidth to each line module slot.
  • Uses an ATA flash card to store the system's software and configuration files
    • Two flash cards are required for operation
  • Must be installed only with SRP-120 module and SFM–120 modules
Capability
  • Not applicable
Software features
  • Not applicable
Model compatibility
  • E120 router
Line module compatibility
  • ES2 4G LM
  • ES2 10G UPLINK LM
  • ES2 10G LM
  • ES2 10G ADV LM
SRP module compatibility
  • SRP-120
  • Cannot use with SRP-100 module or SFM-100 module
  • Cannot use with SRP-320 module or SFM-320 module
Module redundancy support
  • 1:1 redundancy
Port redundancy support
  • Not applicable
Cables and connectors
  • Not applicable
LEDsBoard-level LEDs:
  • OK (green)—Self-test passed
  • FAIL (red)—Failure detected
  • ONLINE (green)—Online with no alarms or errors
  • REDUN (green)—Module is the spare system controller, is up, and is ready to take the role of the online system controller. When LED is not lit, module is not acting as the spare system controller.
  • PA (green)—Power source on source A
  • PB (green)—Power source on source B
  • FO (green)—Fan OK
  • FF (red)—Fan failure
  • LK (green)—Ethernet link up
  • AC (green)—Blinks when there is Ethernet activity (traffic) on link

Flash Card Port LEDs:
  • 0 (green)—When lit, indicates slot is busy
  • 1 (green)—When lit, indicates slot is busy
Alarms, errors, and events
  • See Monitoring Modules in JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide, Chapter 6, Managing Modules.

Modified: 2015-07-23