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Symbols

10-Gbps SRP module
10/100Base-T port    123
–48 VDC
 

A

access line modules
access, management    12
setting up console    12
SNMP    12
Telnet setup
accessing fan tray
agency certification    1234
air filter    
maintaining
replacing
airflow    1
rack-mounted installation and
specifications    123
alarm ports
amperage    123
antistatic bags and containers
assembly numbers, locating
assigning an IP address
 

B

BNC connector    12
booting    
LED activity
 

C

cable-management bracket    1
installing
cables    
failure
I/O modules
pinouts
power input module
recommendations
redundant port
required
SRP I/O modules    12
cabling    
ERX routers
HSSI connectors
RJ-45 connectors    12
SC duplex connectors    12
SRP I/O modules    12
X.21/V.35 connectors
Case Manager
certifications    123456789101112
circulation, air
classification, packet
cleaning
CLI (command-line interface)
clock source input ports
clocking problems
color code, power cable
combinations of line modules
command-line interface
compliance    
product reclamation and recycling
requirements    123456789101112
components    
returning
storing
configuring cables    12
configuring management access
configuring Telnet
connecting console to router
connectors, pinouts
console    
for management access    12
ports    
RS-232    12
consumption, power    1234
conventions    
notice icons
text and syntax
cooling system    
air filter, maintaining
current (electrical) requirements    123
customer support    12
contacting JTAC
 

D

DB-9 connector    12345
DC power    12
detecting double-bit error
Device Management System, NMC-RX
diagnosing problems
diagnostic LEDs
dimensions of ERX routers    123
dissipation, heat    123
distribution rack
documentation set    
comments on
double-bit errors    
detecting
troubleshooting
 

E

EIA distribution rack
ejectors, module
electrical requirements    1234
electronic equipment, recycling
environmental requirements
ERX14xx models    12
fan tray
front view
rear view
ERX310 Broadband Services Router    
front view
power cord warnings
rear view (AC model)
rear view (DC model)
ERX310 router    
fan tray
ERX705 router
ERX7xx models    12
fan tray
front view
rear view
slot identification and grouping
ESD (electrostatic discharge)
ESD grounding jack, chassis
Ethernet link
external timing ports
E Series routers    
assigning IP address to
cabling
cabling recommendations
dimensions    123
electrical requirements    123
hardware
installing    12
installing components
installing modules
lifting    12
maintenance
management access    12
models
modules
power requirements    123
powering down
powering up
safety guidelines    123
site planning
slot groups and identification
space requirements
troubleshooting    12
 

F

failure, fan
failures
FAN FAIL LED
FAN OK LED
fan tray    1
hot-swapping
fans    
failure    12
installing
location
redundancy
removing
status
far-end receive failure
FERF (far end receive failure)
filler panel
filter, air
Flash cards
flow, air
 

G

grounding jack, ESD
 

H

halt command    12
hardware    
cable configuration    12
reclamation and recycling
redundancy features
repairing and replacing
hazardous materials, reclamation and recycling
heat dissipation    1234
high-availability mode
hot-swapping    
fan trays
modules
HSSI connectors, cabling
humidity requirements    123
HyperTerminal
 

I

I/O modules    1
cables
installing
installing redundancy
OC48 Frame APS
removing
SFPs
SRP
installing ERX routers    12
site planning
installing modules    
I/O modules
line modules
order of installation
slot groups and module arrangements
SRP I/O modules
SRP modules
installing NVS cards    12
installing redundancy I/O modules
installing redundancy midplane
installing SFPs
installing spare line modules
IP address, assigning
 

J

JTAC, contacting
 

L

lead in equipment, reclamation and recycling
LEDs    1
abnormal activity
fans
line modules
normal activity
redundancy status
SRP modules    12
lifting router
line modules    1
access
combinations
installing
installing spare
LEDs    12
OC48
performance rate
redundancy    12
removing
slot groups
uplink
location, for ERX routers
 

M

maintenance, system
management access    12
setting up console    12
SNMP    12
Telnet setup
Management Information Bases
management port    
10/100Base-T    12
managing modules
manuals    
comments on
mechanical requirements for distribution rack
memory, upgrading
MIBs (Management Information Bases)
midplane    1
redundancy
models    
ERX router
module reset button
modules    
failure
hot-swapping
installing    12
order of installation
managing
removing
repairing and replacing
replacing
self-testing
storing
types of
monitoring LEDs
monitoring temperature
mounting kits
mounting posts for rack
 

N

network management    12
setting up console    12
SNMP    12
Telnet setup
NMC-RX Device Management System
notice icons
NVS cards    1
installing    12
storing
 

O

OC48 modules
ONLINE LED
order of module installation
 

P

packaging, recycling
packet classification
packing instructions
PCMCIA slot, SRP modules
performance rate, line modules
PIM    
replacing
pinouts, router cables and connectors
planning site for installation
plenum
ports    
alarm
external timing
management
redundancy    12
status LEDs
power    
cabling power input module    12
consumption    
system    1234
dissipation    123
failures    12
redundancy
source A
source B
specifications    1234
power cord warnings
power input module    
cabling
replacing
power requirements    123
power switches    12
powering down router
powering up router
preinstallation responsibilities
preparing site for installation
primary SRP module
problems
product numbers, locating
 

Q

QoS, packet classification for
 

R

rack, distribution
reclamation and recycling
recycling Juniper Networks equipment
redundancy    
line module status
midplane
SRP modules
status
redundancy features (hardware)    1
fans
line modules
ports    12
SRP modules
redundancy midplane    1
installing
REDUNDANT LED
release mechanisms for SFPs
removing components
removing modules
removing SFPs
repacking components
repairing hardware components
replacing components
replacing modules
replacing NVS cards    12
replacing SFPs    12
reset button, module
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Directive, recycling equipment
Return Materials Authorization
returning product
RJ-45 connectors, cabling    12
RMA
RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) Directive, recycling equipment
RS-232 port    1234
 

S

safety    
agency certification    123
guidelines    123
SC duplex connectors, cabling    12
self-testing, modules
serial numbers, locating
SFPs (small form-factor pluggable transceivers)    1
installing
removing
storing
show configuration command
show environment command    12
show hardware command
show version command    12
show interface gigabitEthernet command
site planning
size    
of ERX routers    123
of rack
slot disable command
slot groups    1
ERX1410 router
ERX7xx models
overloading
small form-factor pluggable transceivers
SMB connectors
SNMP for management access    12
SODIMMs
software    
configuration
upgrading
space requirements    12345
spare line modules, installing
specifications    
airflow    123
dimensions    123
distribution rack
electrical    1234
heat dissipation    123
space    123
weight    123
SRP I/O modules    1
cabling    12
installing
removing
SRP modules    1
errors on
installing
LEDs on    12
models
PCMCIA slot
powering down
redundancy    12
removing    12
standby SRP module
starting ERX routers
status, redundancy
storing, modules and components
support, technical     See technical support    
switches, power    12
switching on router
switchover to spare line module
synchronize command
system maintenance
 

T

technical support    1
contacting JTAC
Telnet connection to router
temperature    
excessive    12
monitoring
requirements    12
text and syntax conventions
thermal protection mode    123
timing inputs, external    12
tools needed    12345
troubleshooting    12
booting
cables    12
clocking
double-bit errors
Ethernet link
fans    12
FERF
LED activity for
modules    12
power failure    12
safety guidelines    12
 

U

uninstalling modules
upgrading software
uplink line modules
 

V

ventilation
voltage requirements    123
 

W

warnings, safety
Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) Directive.     See WEEE Directive    
WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) Directive, recycling equipment
weight    
of ERX routers    123
of rack    12
wrist strap, antistatic
 

X

X.21/V.35 connectors, cabling

ERX Routers

Five models of ERX routers are available:

  • Juniper Networks ERX1440 Broadband Services Router
  • Juniper Networks ERX1410 Broadband Services Router
  • Juniper Networks ERX710 Broadband Services Router
  • Juniper Networks ERX705 Broadband Services Router
  • Juniper Networks ERX310 Broadband Services Router

All models use the same software. However, the specific model determines the:

  • Combination of line modules supported
  • Conditions for line rate performance of line modules
  • Type, capacity, and number of SRP modules used

ERX14xx Models

Note: In the E Series documentation, the term ERX14xx models refers to both the ERX1440 and ERX1410 routers. The terms ERX1440 and ERX1410 routers refer to the specific models. See Figure 1 and Figure 2.

The ERX1440 router manages an extremely high volume of network traffic, and uses a 40-Gbps switch route processor (SRP) module, either the SRP-40G or SRP-40G+ module. (The SRP-40G+ module obsoletes the SRP-40G module; however, the software continues to support both modules.) In this model, all line modules operate at full wire speed simultaneously.

The ERX1410 router manages high levels of network traffic, and uses the 10-Gbps SRP module (SRP-10G). You can configure the ERX1410 router to enable the line modules either to operate at full line rate performance or to allow line modules to operate at a rate dependent on the resources available. The former option restricts the allowed combinations of line modules. For information on configuring performance of line modules, see the Managing Modules chapter in the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide.

Note: The 10-Gbps SRP module used in the ERX310 router is different from the 10-Gbps SRP module used in the ERX1410 router. See SRP Module for more information.

Externally, the ERX1440 chassis is the same as the ERX1410 chassis. (See Figure 1 and Figure 2.) Both routers contain 14 vertical slots to accommodate modules.

Internally, the ERX1440 chassis differs from the ERX1410 chassis, and includes a special midplane for the 40-Gbps SRP module.

Installation procedures and operating procedures are identical for both systems. All ERX7xx and ERX14xx models use the same SRP I/O module, but different power input modules are used.

Note: The router may look different from the routers shown in the figures in this chapter, depending on the line modules in the slots.

Figure 1: ERX14xx Models, Front View

ERX14xx Models, Front View

Figure 2: ERX14xx Models, Rear View

ERX14xx Models, Rear View

ERX7xx Models

Note: In the E Series documentation, the term ERX7xx models refers to both the ERX705 and ERX710 routers. The terms ERX705 and ERX710 routers refer to the specific models. See Figure 3 and Figure 4.

The ERX7xx models are robust, high-density routers with less capacity than the ERX14xx models. The ERX7xx models use either the SRP-10G module or the SRP-5G module.

You can configure the ERX7xx models to enable the line modules (LM) to operate either at full line rate performance or at a rate dependent on the resources available. For information about configuring performance of line modules, see the Managing Modules chapter in the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide.

Note: The 10-Gbps SRP module used in the ERX310 router is different from the 10-Gbps SRP module used in the ERX710 router. See SRP Module for more information.

The ERX705 chassis is the same as the ERX710 chassis. (See Figure 3 and Figure 4.) The chassis contains seven slots to accommodate modules. Installation procedures and operating procedures are identical for both systems. All ERX7xx and ERX14xx models use the same SRP I/O module, but different power input modules are used.

Note: The router may look different from the routers shown in the figures in this chapter, depending on the line modules in the slots.

Figure 3: ERX7xx Models, Front View

ERX7xx Models, Front View

Figure 4: ERX7xx Models, Rear View

ERX7xx Models, Rear View

ERX310 Broadband Services Router

The ERX310 router is a low-end platform that supports all of the same services as the ERX7xx and ERX14xx models, but with smaller capacity and scaling capabilities. Like the ERX7xx and ERX14xx models, the ERX310 router uses the same software architecture, providing a single IP entry point into the network with the same IP-based protocols and services that are available on other ERX routers. The ERX310 router is designed to be used as a small distributed POP router as well as a high-end CPE router.

The ERX310 router is a three-slot chassis with a midplane architecture. One slot supports one nonredundant 10-Gbps SRP module, while the other two slots support line modules. The router supports existing E Series ASIC-based line modules (except the OC48/STM16 line module), as well as a select number of combination cards. The combination cards provide a fixed combination of interfaces on the I/O module so that a single slot can support multiple interfaces (ATM OC3 and GE, for example).

Note: The 10-Gbps SRP module used in the ERX310 router is different from the 10-Gbps SRP module used in the ERX7xx and ERX14xx models. See SRP Module for more information.

The ERX310 router is available in either redundant AC- or DC-powered models.

Figure 5: ERX310 Router, Front View (AC Model)

ERX310 Router, Front View (AC Model)

Note: The DC model has blank filler panels in power supply slots.

Figure 6: ERX310 Router, Rear View (AC Model)

ERX310 Router, Rear View (AC
Model)

Figure 7: ERX310 Router, Rear View (DC Model)

ERX310 Router, Rear View (DC
Model)

Modified: 2015-07-24