Technical Documentation

Router Chassis Configuration Statements

You can configure properties of the router chassis, including conditions that activate the red and yellow alarm LEDs and SONET/SDH framing and concatenation properties for individual Physical Interface Cards (PICs).

To configure router chassis properties, include the following statements at the [edit chassis] hierarchy level:

Note: Statements at the [edit chassis redundancy] hierarchy level are described in the JUNOS High Availability Configuration Guide.

chassis {aggregated-devices {ethernet {device-count number;lacp {system-priority;link-protection;}}sonet {device-count number;}}alarm {interface-type {alarm-name (red | yellow | ignore);}}config-button {no-clear;no-rescue;craft-lockout;}fpc slot-number {port-mirror-instance port-mirroring-instance-name;sampling-instance;power (off | on);pic pic-number {port-mirror-instance port-mirroring-instance-name;framing (t1 | e1);adaptive-services {service-package (layer-2 | layer-3);}aggregate-ports;atm-cell-relay-accumulation;atm-l2circuit-mode (cell | aal5 | trunk trunk);vtmapping number;ce1 {e1 port-number {channel-group channel-number timeslots slot-number;}}ct3 {port port-number {t1 link-number {channel-group channel-number timeslots slot-number;}}}framing (sdh | sonet);fru-poweron-sequence;idle-cell-format {itu-t;payload-pattern payload-pattern-byte;}linerate-mode;max-queues-per-interface (8 | 4);mlfr-uni-nni-bundles number;number-of-ports;no-concatenate;q-pic-large-buffer {large-scale;small-scale;}red-buffer-occupancy {weighted-averaged [ instant-usage-weight-exponent weight-value ];}sparse-dlcis;traffic-manager {egress-shaping-overhead number;ingress-shaping-overhead number;mode {egress-only;ingress-and-egress;session-shaping;}}tunnel-services {bandwidth (1g | 10g);vtmapping (itu-t | klm); }}fpc-resync;fpc-feb-connectivity {fpc slot-number feb (slot-number | none);}lcc number {fpc number {pic number {atm-cell-relay-accumulation;atm-l2circuit-mode (cell | aal5 | trunk trunk);framing (sdh | sonet);idle-cell-format {itu-t;payload-pattern payload-pattern-byte;}linerate-mode;max-queues-per-interface (8 | 4);no-concatenate;hash-key {family {inet {layer-3;layer-4;symmetric-hash {complement;}}multiservice {source-mac;destination-mac;payload {ip {layer-3;layer-4;}}symmetric-hash {complement;}}}}}}maximum-ecmp;offline;online-expected;sampling-instance;}(packet-scheduling | no-packet-scheduling);pem {minimum number;}no-concatenate;redundancy {cfeb slot (always | preferred);failover {on-disk-failureon-loss-of-keepalives;}feb {redundancy-group group-name {feb slot-number (backup | primary);description description;no-auto-failover;}}port-mirror-instance port-mirroring-instance-name;graceful-switchover;keepalive-time seconds; routing-engine slot-number (master | backup | disabled);route-memory-enhanced;sfm slot-number (always | preferred);ssb slot-number (always | preferred);}network-services (ethernet | ip);routing-engine {on-disk-failure {disk-failure-action (halt | reboot);}}sfm slot-number {power off;}sib {minimum number;}vrf-mtu-check;vtmapping (itu-t | klm);synchronization {signal-type (e1 | t1);switching-mode (revertive | non-revertive);y-cable-line-termination;transmitter-enable;validation-interval seconds;primary (external-a | external-b);secondary (external-a | external-b);}}

Note: The configuration statements at the [edit chassis lcc] hierarchy level apply only to a routing matrix based on a TX Matrix router or a TX Matrix Plus router. For information about a routing matrix composed of a TX Matrix router and T640 routers, see TX Matrix Router and T640 Router Configuration Overview and the TX Matrix Router Hardware Guide. For information about a routing matrix composed of a TX Matrix Plus router and T1600 routers, see TX Matrix Plus Router and T1600 Router Configuration Overview and the TX Matrix Plus Router Hardware Guide.


Published: 2010-04-26