Technical Documentation

jnxBoxAnatomy

The object identifier for the jnxMIBs root branch is {juniperMIB 3} and includes one main subbranch, jnxBoxAnatomy, whose object identifier is {jnxMibs 1}.

The jnxBoxAnatomy MIB is explained in the following sections:

Top-Level Objects

The following branches of the jnxBoxAnatomy MIB are top-level objects:

  • jnxBoxClass—The object identifier for the jnxBoxClass object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 1}. This object classifies the chassis product line.
  • jnxBoxDescr—The object identifier for the jnxBoxDescr object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 2}. This object describes the chassis name and model.
  • jnxBoxSerialNo—The object identifier for the jnxBoxSerialNo object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 3}. This object indicates the serial number of the chassis. jnxBoxSerialNo remains blank if the serial number is unknown or unavailable.
  • jnxBoxRevision—The object identifier for the jnxBoxRevision object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 4}. This object indicates the last revision of the chassis.
  • jnxBoxInstalled—The object identifier for the jnxBoxInstalled object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 5}. This object indicates the last time the box was installed and operational, represented by the sysUpTime value.

jnxContainersTable

The object identifier for the jnxContainersTable object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 6}. This object shows the structure of the chassis.

You can use the jnxContainersTable object to retrieve specific information about the router, such as how many of each component the router can contain. For example, the jnxContainersTable object of an M20 router indicates that the router can accommodate four Flexible PIC Concentrators (FPCs); however, it does not describe how many FPCs the router actually has.

For more information about how many FPCs are actually on a router, see jnxContentsTable.

Entries within the jnxContainersTable object are represented by the jnxContainersEntry object, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersTable 1}. The jnxContainersEntry object contains the following objects that describe the contents of a particular router:

  • jnxContainersIndex—The index value of an entry in the jnxContainersEntry object that corresponds to jnxContainersType and jnxContainersDescr, and whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 1}.
  • jnxContainersView—The orientation of a container from the front of the router and whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 2}. This object also indicates that the container is embedded in the router and how it is accessible from corresponding views. The value of this object is a bitmap represented as a sum. If multiple bits are set, you can access the container from that set of views. The values represent the bit positions and their corresponding views as follows:
    • 1—Front
    • 2—Rear
    • 4—Top
    • 8—Bottom
    • 16—Left side
    • 32—Right side

    For each view plane, if specified counters are scattered in various views, the numbering sequence starts from left to right and then from top to bottom, as follows:

    • Left side
    • Right side
    • Top
    • Bottom
    • Front
    • Rear

      Note: References to left and right sides are based on the view from the front of the chassis.

      In accordance with network management conventions, all indexes in the MIB begin with 1, not 0, although the slot number might be labeled 0.

  • jnxContainersLevel—The abstraction level of the box or components for the jnxContainersEntry object and whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 3}. The level is enumerated from the outside to the inside, and from the outer layer to the inner layer.

    For example, if the top level (level 0) of the box refers to the chassis frame, then the next level (level 1) refers to the FPC slot within the chassis frame. Finally, the PIC space within the FPC slot of the chassis corresponds to level 2.

  • jnxContainersWithin—The container housing the entry at the next-higher level of the jnxContainersEntry object and whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 4}.

    For example, the within value for jnxMediaCardSpacePIC.0 is 7. Because the jnxM20SlotFPC.0 retains an index value of 7, the FPC houses the PIC.

  • jnxContainersType—The component of the Chassis MIB at a specific index, view, level, and within value for the jnxContainersEntry object and whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 5}.
  • jnxContainersDescr—The description of the component in the jnxContainersEntry object and whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 6}.
  • jnxContainersCount—The maximum number of a given component that the router can accommodate within the jnxContainersEntry object and whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 7}.

    For example, the M20 router can house a specific maximum number of FPCs within the chassis frame. The maximum number is not necessarily the actual number of FPCs; this can change dynamically.

Table 1 through Table 8 provide examples of jnxContainersEntry objects in the jnxContainersTable. The following column headings for each table are abbreviated to correspond to the parts of the jnxContainersEntry objects:

  • Index—jnxContainersIndex
  • View—jnxContainersView
  • Level—jnxContainersLevel
  • Within—jnxContainersWithin
  • Type—jnxContainersType
  • Description—jnxContainersDescr
  • Count—jnxContainersCount

Table 1 describes objects contained in a jnxContainersEntry in the jnxContainersTable of an M40 router.

Table 1: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of an M40 Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisM40.0

Chassis frame compartment

1

2

2

1

1

jnxSlotPowerSupply.0

Power supply compartment

2

3

3

1

1

jnxSlotCoolingImpeller.0

Impeller compartment

2

4

2

1

1

jnxSlotCoolingFan.0

Fan compartment

3

5

2

1

1

jnxSlotHostCtrl.0

Host controller compartment

1

6

1

1

1

jnxSlotSCB.0

SCB slot

1

7

1

1

1

jnxSlotFPC.0

FPC slot

8

8

1

2

7

jnxMediaSlotCardPIC.0

PIC space

4

9

2

1

1

jnxSlotRoutingEngine.0

Routing Engine compartment

1

Table 2 describes objects in the jnxContainersTable of an M20 router.

Table 2: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of an M20 Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisM20.0

Chassis frame compartment

1

2

2

1

1

jnxM20SlotPower.0

Power supply compartment

2

4

3

1

1

jnxSlotFan.0

Fan compartment

4

6

2

1

1

jnxM20SlotSSB.0

SSB slot

2

7

1

1

1

jnxM20SlotFPC.0

FPC slot

4

8

1

2

7

jnxM20MediaCardSpacePIC.0

PIC space

4

9

2

1

1

jnxM20RE.0

Routing Engine compartment

2

10

1

1

1

JNXM20FrontPanel.0

Front display slot

1

Table 3 describes objects contained in a jnxContainersEntry in the jnxContainersTable of an M160 router.

Table 3: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of an M160 Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisM160.0

Chassis frame compartment

1

2

2

1

1

Jnx160SlotPower.0

Power supply compartment

2

4

3

1

1

jnxM160SlotFan.0

Fan compartment

4

6

2

1

1

jnxM160SlotSFM.0

SFM slot

4

7

1

1

1

jnxM160SlotFPC.0

FPC slot

8

8

1

2

7

jnxM160MediaCardSlotPIC.0

PIC space

4

9

2

1

1

jnxM160SlotHM.0

Host slot

2

10

1

1

1

jnxM160SlotFPM.0

FPM slot

1

11

2

1

1

jnxM160SlotPCG.0

PCG slot

2

12

2

1

1

jnxM160SlotMCS.0

MCS slot

2

13

1

1

1

jnxM160SlotCIP.0

CIP slot

1

Table 4 describes objects contained in a jnxContainersEntry in the jnxContainersTable of an M10 router.

Table 4: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of an M10 Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisM10.0

Chassis frame compartment

1

2

2

1

1

jnxM10SlotPower.0

Power supply compartment

2

4

2

1

1

jnxM10SlotFan.0

Fan compartment

1

6

2

1

1

jnxM10SlotFEB.0

FEB slot

1

7

1

1

1

jnxM10SlotFPC.0

FPC slot

2

8

1

2

7

jnxM10MediaCardSpacePIC.0

PIC space

4

9

2

1

1

jnxM10SlotRE.0

Routing Engine compartment

1

Table 5 describes objects contained in a jnxContainersEntry in the jnxContainersTable of an M5 router.

Table 5: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of an M5 Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisM5.0

Chassis frame compartment

1

2

2

1

1

jnxM5SlotPower.0

Power supply compartment

2

4

3

1

1

jnxM5SlotFan.0

Fan compartment

4

6

2

1

1

jnxM5SlotFEB.0

FEB slot

1

7

1

1

1

jnxM5SlotFPC.0

FPC slot

1

8

1

2

7

jnxM5MediaCardSlotPIC.0

PIC space

4

9

2

1

1

jnxM5SlotRE.0

Routing Engine compartment

1

Table 6 describes objects contained in a jnxContainersEntry in the jnxContainersTable of a T640 router.

Table 6: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of a T640 Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisT640.0

Chassis frame

1

2

2

1

1

jnxT640SlotPower.0

PEM slot

2

4

3

1

1

jnxT640SlotFan.0

Fan slot

3

7

1

1

1

jnxT640SlotFPC.0

FPC slot

8

8

1

2

7

jnxT640MediaCardSpacePIC.0

PIC slot

4

9

2

1

1

jnxT640SlotHM.0

Host slot

2

10

1

1

1

jnxT640SlotFPB.0

FPM slot

1

11

2

1

1

jnxT640SlotSCG.0

SCG slot

2

12

2

1

1

jnxT640SlotCB.0

CG slot

2

13

1

1

1

jnxT640SlotCIP.0

CIP slot

1

14

2

1

1

jnxT640SlotSPMB.0

SPMB slot

2

15

2

1

1

jnxT640SlotSIB.0

SIB slot

5

Table 7 describes objects contained in a jnxContainersEntry in the jnxContainersTable of a T320 router.

Table 7: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of a T320 Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisT320.0

Chassis frame

1

2

2

1

1

jnxT320SlotPower.0

PEM slot

2

4

3

1

1

jnx320SlotFan.0

Fan slot

3

7

1

1

1

jnxT320SlotFPC.0

FPC slot

8

8

1

2

7

jnxT320MediaCardSpacePIC.0

PIC slot

2

9

2

1

1

jnxT320SlotHM.0

Host slot

2

10

1

1

1

jnxT320SlotFPB.0

FPM slot

1

11

2

1

1

jnxT320SlotSCG.0

SCG slot

2

12

2

1

1

jnxT320SlotCB.0

CB slot

2

13

1

1

1

jnxT320SlotCIP.0

CIP slot

1

14

2

1

1

jnxT320SlotSPMB.0

SPMB slot

2

15

2

1

1

jnxT320SlotSIB.0

SIB slot

3

Table 8 describes objects contained in a jnxContainersEntry in the jnxContainersTable of an M40e router.

Table 8: jnxContainersEntry Objects in the jnxContainersTable of an M40e Router

Index

View

Level

Within

Type

Description

Count

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisM40e.0

Chassis frame compartment

1

2

2

1

1

jnxM40eSlotPower.0

Power supply compartment

2

4

3

1

1

jnxM40eSlotFan.0

Fan compartment

4

6

2

1

1

jnxM40eSlotSFM.0

SFM slot

2

7

1

1

1

jnxM40eSlotFPC.0

FPC slot

8

8

1

2

7

jnxM40eMediaCardSpacePIC.0

PIC space

4

9

2

1

1

jnxM40eSlotHM.0

Host slot

2

10

1

1

1

jnxM40eSlotFPM.0

FPM slot

1

11

2

1

1

jnxM40eSlotPCG.0

PCG slot

2

12

2

1

1

jnxM40eSlotMCS.0

MCS slot

2

13

1

1

1

jnxM40eSlotCIP.0

CIP slot

1

jnxContentsLastChange

The object identifier for jnxContentsLastChange object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 7}. This object indicates the time at which the box contents last changed, represented by the sysUpTime value.

jnxContentsTable

The object identifier for jnxContentsTable object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 8}. This object specifies the contents of the chassis.

The jnxContentsTable lists the contents of an entry, which are defined as follows:

  • jnxContentsContainerIndex—Associates the jnxContainersIndex with the jnxContainersTable. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 1}.
  • jnxContentsL1Index—Denotes the level-one index of the container housing the component. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 2}. It indicates the position of the component within different levels of the containers. This value is 0 if the position is unavailable or not applicable.

    Note: MIBs start with a value of 1, whereas the physical count on the router starts with a value of 0. To find the actual location of a component within a router, you must subtract 1 from the L1, L2, or L3 index.

  • jnxContentsL2Index—Denotes the level-two index of the container housing the component. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 3}. It indicates the position of the component within different levels of the containers. This value is 0 if the position is unavailable or not applicable.
  • jnxContentsL3Index—Denotes the level-three index of the container housing the component. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 4}. It indicates the position of the component within different levels of the containers. This value is 0 if the position is unavailable or not applicable.
  • jnxContentsType—Indicates the type of the component at a specific container index or L1, L2, or L3 index. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 5}.
  • jnxContentsDescr—Specifies the type of the component in plain English. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 6}.
  • jnxContentsSerialNo—Specfies the serial number of the component. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 7}.
  • jnxContentsRevision—Contains the revision level of the component. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 8}.
  • jnxContentsInstalled—Indicates the time at which the component was last installed and operational, represented by the sysUpTime value. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 9}.
  • jnxContentsPartNo—Contains the part number of the component (blank if unknown or unavailable). The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 10}.
  • jnxContentsChassisId —Contains the ID of the chassis that contains the components. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 11}.
  • jnxContentsChassisDescr—Specifies the description of the chassis in plain English. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 12}.
  • jnxContentsChassisCleiCode—Contains the CLEI code of the chassis that contains the components listed in the row. A CLEI code is an intelligent code that consists of 10 alphanumeric characters with 4 data elements. The first data element is considered the basic code, with the first two characters indicating the technology or equipment type, and the third and fourth characters denoting the functional subcategory. The second data element represents the features, and its three characters denote functional capabilities or changes. The third data element has one character and denotes a reference to a manufacturer, system ID, specification, or drawing. The fourth data element consists of two characters and contains complementary data. These two characters provide a means of differentiating or providing uniqueness between the eight character CLEI codes by identifying the manufacturing vintage of the product. For more information about CLEI code, see http://www.commonlanguage.com/resources/commonlang/ productshowroom/showroom/equip_id/carriers/overview.html. The object identifier is {jnxContentsEntry 13}.

Table 9 through Table 11 provide examples of jnxContentEntry objects. The following column headings for each table are abbreviated to correspond to the parts of the jnxContentsEntry objects:

  • Container index— jnxContentsContainerIndex
  • L1 Index—jnxContentsL1Index
  • L2 Index—jnxContentsL2Index
  • L3 Index—jnxContentsL3Index
  • Type—jnxContentsType
  • Description—jnxContentsDescr
  • Serial Number—jnxContentsSerialNo
  • Revision—jnxContentsRevision
  • Installed—jnxContentsInstalled
  • Part Number—jnxContentsPartNo

Table 9 provides an example of jnxContentEntry objects in the jnxContentTable of an M20 router.

Table 9: jnxContentsEntry Objects in the jnxContentsTable of an M20 Router

Container Index

L1 Index

L2 Index

L3 Index

Type

Description

Serial Number

Revision

Installed

Part Number

1

1

1

0

jnxBackplaneM20.0

Midplane

AL3280

REV07

0:0:00:00.00

710-00157

2

1

0

0

jnxM20PowerDC.0

DC power supply A

001652

REV 05

0:0:00:00.00

740-00146

2

2

0

0

jnxM20PowerDC.0

DC power supply B

001652

REV 05

0:0:00:00.00

740-00146

4

1

0

0

jnxM20Fan.0

Front top fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

2

0

0

jnxM20Fan

Middle fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

3

0

0

jnxM20Fan

Bottom fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

4

4

0

jnxM20Fan

Rear fan

0:0:00:00.00

6

1

0

0

jnxM20SSB.0

SSB 0 Internet Processor II

AG0809

REV 01

0:0:00:35.17

710-001951

7

1

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC @ 0/*/*

AN1335

REV 01

0:0:01:01.80

710-001292

7

2

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC @ 1/*/*

AN1124

REV 01

0:0:01:07:96

710-001292

7

3

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC @ 2/*/*

AN1726

REV 01

0:0:01:14:12

710-001292

7

4

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC @ 3/*/*

AN1691

REV 01

0:0:01:20.28

710-001292

8

1

1

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 0/0/*

HD4313

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

1

2

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 0/1/*

AJ5844

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

1

3

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 0/2/*

HD4518

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

1

4

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 0/3/*

HD4515

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

2

1

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 1/0/*

HD4296

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

2

2

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 1/1/*

HD4323

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

2

3

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 1/2/*

HD4129

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

2

4

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 1/3/*

HD4341

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-002992

8

3

1

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX@ 2/0/*

AH4147

REV 07

0:0:00:00.00

750-002303

8

3

2

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 2/1/*

AH4238

REV 07

0:0:00:00.00

750-002303

8

3

3

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 2/2/*

AH4116

REV 07

0:0:00:00.00

750-002303

8

3

4

0

jnxM20QuadEther.0

PIC: 4x, F/E, 100BASE-TX @ 2/3/*

AH4208

REV 07

0:0:00:00.00

750-002303

8

4

1

0

jnxM20GigEther.0

PIC: 1x G/E, 1000BASE-SX @ 3/0/*

AS3697

REV 07

0:0:00:00.00

750-001072

8

4

2

0

jnxM20ChOc12toDS3.0

PIC: 1x COC12SMIR @ 3/1/*

AE1110

REV 08

0:0:00:00.00

750-001190

8

4

4

0

jnxM20ChStml1.0

PIC: 1x CSTM1SMIR @ 3/3/*

AD9599

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

750-003250

9

1

0

0

jnxM20RE.0

Routing Engine

3:16:16:53.21

10

1

0

0

jnxM20FrontPanel.0

Front panel display

0:0:00:00.00

To verify the L1, L2, and L3 indexes, use the show chassis hardware command. Sample command output from an M20 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis hardware
Item    Version  Part number   Serial Number    Description
Chassis53711     M20
Backplane        REV 07   710-001517       AL3280
Power Supply A   REV 05   740-001466          001652      DC
Power Supply B   REV 05   740-001466          001632      DC
Display         REV 04   710-001519      AP9225
Host 0 c900000619e6ba01 teknor
SSB slot 0        REV 01  710-001951        AG0809      Internet Processor
II
FPC 0      REV 01  710-001292  AN1335
 PIC 0     REV 04  750-002992  HD4313      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 1     REV 04  750-002992  AJ5844      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 2     REV 04  750-002992  HD4518      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 3     REV 04  750-002992  HD4515      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
FPC 1      REV 01  710-001292  AN1124
 PIC 0     REV 04  750-002992  HD4296      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 1     REV 04  750-002992  HD4323      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 2     REV 04  750-002992  HD4129      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 3     REV 04  750-002992  HD4341      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
FPC 2      REV 01  710-001292  AN1726
 PIC 0     REV 07  750-002303  AH4147      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 1     REV 07  750-002303  AH4238      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 2     REV 07  750-002303  AH4116      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
 PIC 3     REV 07  750-002303  AH4208      4x F/E, 100 BASE-TX
FPC 3      REV 01  710-001292  AN1691
 PIC 0     REV 08  750-001072  AS3697      1x G/E, 1000
BASE-SX
 PIC 1     REV 03  750-001190  AE1110      1x COC12, SMIR
 PIC 3     REV 04  750-003250  AD9599      1x CSTM1, SMIR

Table 10 provides an example of jnxContentEntry objects in the jnxContentTable of a T640 router.

Table 10: jnxContentsEntry Objects in the jnxContentsTable of a T640 Router

Container Index

L1 Index

L2 Index

L3 Index

Type

Description

Serial Number

Revision

Installed

Part Number

1

1

0

0

jnxMidplaneT640.0

Midplane

AX5633

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

710-002726

2

2

0

0

jnxT640Power.0

PEM 1

MD21815

RevX02

0:0:00:00.00

740-002595

4

1

1

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Top left front fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

1

2

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Top left middle fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

1

3

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Top left rear fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

1

4

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Top right front fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

1

5

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Top right middle fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

1

6

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Top right rear fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

2

1

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Bottom left front fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

2

2

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Bottom left middle fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

2

3

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Bottom left rear fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

2

4

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Bottom right front fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

2

5

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Bottom right middle fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

2

6

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Bottom right rear fan

0:0:00:00.00

4

3

1

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Fourth blower from top

0:0:00:00.00

4

3

2

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Bottom blower

0:0:00:00.00

4

3

3

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Middle blower

0:0:00:00.00

4

3

4

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Top blower

0:0:00:00.00

4

3

5

0

jnxT640Fan.0

Second blower from top

0:0:00:00.00

7

2

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 1/*/*

HE3009

REV 01

0:18:56:48.81

710-002385

7

2

1

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 1/0/* top temperature sensor

HE3009

REV 01

0:18:56:48.81

710-002385

7

2

2

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 1/1/* bottom temperature sensor

HE3009

REV 01

0:18:56:48.81

710-002385

7

6

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 5/*/*

HD5001

REV 03

0:18:57:02.71

710-001721

7

6

1

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 5/0/* top temperature sensor

HD5001

REV 03

0:18:57:02.71

710-001721

7

6

2

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 5/1/* bottom temperature sensor

HD5001

REV 03

0:18:57:02.71

710-001721

7

8

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 7/*/*

HE3179

REV 01

0:18:56:52.85

710-002385

7

8

1

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 7/0/* top temperature sensor

HE3179

REV 01

0:18:56:52.85

710-002385

7

8

2

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC @ 7/1/* bottom temperature sensor

HE3179

REV 01

0:18:56:52.85

710-002385

8

2

1

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x G/E, 1000BASE-SX @ 1/0/*

AP5542

REV 08

0:18:56:50.91

750-001072

8

2

2

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x OC-12 ATM, SMIR @ 1/1/*

AK6894

REV 02

0:18:56:55.24

750-002983

8

2

3

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x G/E, 1000 BASE-SX @ 1/2/*

HD4968

REV 04

0:18:56:55.64

750-001894

8

6

1

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x OC-192 SM SR1 @ 5/0/*

HC0273

REV 01

0:18:57:04.47

750-004535

8

6

2

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x OC-192 SM SR1 @ 5/1/*

HC0271

REV 01

0:18:57:04.55

750-004535

8

6

3

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x OC-192 SM SR1 @ 5/2/*

HC0254

REV 01

0:18:57:04.64

750-004535

8

8

1

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 2x G/E, 1000Base-SX @ 7/0/*

AD3632

REV 01

0:18:56:55.16

710-002381

8

8

2

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 4x OC-12 SONET, SMIR @ 7/1/*

AD3831

REV 05

0:18:56:55.18

750-001901

8

8

3

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x OC-48 SONET, SMIR @ 7/2/*

AA9603

REV 01

0:18:56:55.21

750-001900

8

8

4

0

jnxT640PIC3.0

PIC: 1x OC-48 SONET, SMSR @ 7/3/*

AD5724

REV 05

0:18:56:55.24

750-001900

9

1

0

0

jnxT640HM.0

Host 0

0:19:19:30.95

9

2

0

0

jnxT640HM.0

Host 1

2108 6570 0292

REV 01

2:19:45:51.00

740-005022

10

1

0

0

jnxT640FPB.0

FPM

HE3245

REV 02

0:0:00:00.00

710-002901

11

1

0

0

jnxT640SCG.0

SCG 0

HF6023

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

710-003423

11

2

0

0

jnxT640SCG.0

SCG 1

HF6061

REV 04

0:0:00:00.00

710-003423

12

2

0

0

jnxT640CB.0

CB 0

HE3614

REV 06

0:0:00:00.00

710-002728

12

2

0

0

jnxT640CB.0

CB 1

HE3627

REV 06

0:0:00:00.00

710-002728

13

1

0

0

jnxT640CIP.0

CIP

HA4729

REV 05

0:0:00:00.00

710-002895

14

1

0

0

jnxT640SPMB.0

SPMB 0

HF6876

REV 02

0:18:56:06.72

710-003229

14

2

0

0

jnxT640SPMB.0

SPMB 1

HG6237

REV 02

0:18:56:08.01

710-003229

15

1

0

0

jnxT640SIB.0

SIB 0

HJ9669

REV 02

0:0:00:00.00

710-005157

15

2

0

0

jnxT640SIB.0

SIB 1

HJ9668

REV 02

0:0:00:00.00

710-005157

15

3

0

0

jnxT640SIB.0

SIB 2

HH3039

REV 02

0:0:00:00.00

710-005157

15

4

0

0

jnxT640SIB.0

SIB 3

HH3041

REV 02

0:0:00:00.00

710-005157

15

5

0

0

jnxT640SIB.0

SIB 4

HJ9657

REV 02

0:0:00:00.00

710-005157

To verify the L1, L2, and L3 indexes, use the show chassis hardware command. Sample command output from a T640 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis hardware
Hardware inventory:
Item       Version Part number Serial number   Description
Chassis    T640
Midplane    REV 04  710-002726  AX5633
FPM GBUS    REV 02  710-002901  HE3245
FPM Display    REV 02  710-002897  HA4873
CIP          REV 05  710-002895  HA4729
PEM 1         RevX02  740-002595  MD21815         Power Entry Module
SCG 0         REV 04  710-003423  HF6023
SCG 1         REV 04  710-003423  HF6061
Host 0    unknown
Host 1    REV 01  740-005022  210865700292   RE-3.0
CB 0          REV 06  710-002728  HE3614
CB 1          REV 06  710-002728  HE3627
FPC 1         REV 01  710-002385  HE3009      FPC Type 1
 CPU          REV 06  710-001726  HC0010
 PIC 0        REV 08  750-001072  AP5542      1x G/E, 1000Base-SX
 PIC 1        REV 02  750-002983  AK6894      1x OC-12 ATM, SMIR
 PIC 2        REV 04  750-001894  HD4968      1x G/E, 1000Base-SX
 MMB 1        REV 03  710-001723  HE7264      MMB-144mbit
 ICBM         REV 01  710-003384  HE3042
 PPB 0        REV 01  710-003758  HE7173      PPB Type 2
 PPB 1        REV 01  710-003758  HE7170      PPB Type 2
FPC 5         REV 03  710-001721  HD5001      FPC Type 3
 CPU         REV 06  710-001726          HA5080
 PIC 0        REV 01  750-004535  HC0273      1x OC-192 SM SR1
 PIC 1        REV 01  750-004535  HC0271      1x OC-192 SM SR1
 PIC 2        REV 01  750-004535  HC0254      1x OC-192 SM SR1
 MMB 0        REV 03  710-001723  HE7263      MMB-144mbit
 MMB 1        REV 03  710-001723  HE7266      MMB-144mbit
 ICBM         REV 01  710-003384  HE3044
 PPB 0        REV 02  710-002845  HD6027      PPB Type 3
 PPB 1        REV 02  710-002845  HD6039      PPB Type 3
FPC 7         REV 01  710-002385  HE3179      FPC Type 2
 CPU         REV 06  710-001726          HE7915
 PIC 0        REV 01  710-002381  AD3632      2x G/E, 1000 BASE-SX
 PIC 1        REV 05  750-001901  AD3831      4x OC-12 SONET, SMIR
 PIC 2        REV 01  750-001900  AA9603      1x OC-48 SONET, SMIR
 PIC 3        REV 05  750-001900  AD5724      1x OC-48 SONET, SMSR
 MMB 1        REV 02  710-004047  HE3424      MMB-288mbit
 ICBM         REV 04  710-003384  HA4480
 PPB 0        REV 02  710-003758  HE3169      PPB Type 2
 PPB 1        REV 02  710-003758  HA4535      PPB Type 2
SPMB 0       REV 02  710-003229 HF6876
SPMB 1       REV 02  710-003229 HG6237
SIB 0         REV 02  710-005157  HJ9669      SIB-I8-F16
SIB 1         REV 02  710-005157  HJ9668      SIB-I8-F16
SIB 2         REV 02  710-005157  HH3039      SIB-I8-F16
SIB 3         REV 02  710-005157  HH3041      SIB-I8-F16
SIB 4         REV 02  710-005157  HJ9657      SIB-I8-F16

Table 11 provides an example of jnxContentEntry objects in the jnxContentTable of a T320 router.

Table 11: jnxContentsEntry Objects in the jnxContentsTable of a T320 Router

Container Index

L1 Index

L2 Index

L3 Index

Type

Description

Serial Number

Revision

Installed

Part Number

1

1

0

0

jnxMidplaneT320.0

Midplane

AY4527

Rev 01

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-004339

2

1

0

0

jnxT320Power.0

PEM 0

ML14099

Rev 01

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

1

1

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Top left front fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

1

2

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Top left middle fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

1

3

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Top left rear fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

1

4

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Top right front fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

1

5

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Top right middle fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

1

6

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Top right rear fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

2

1

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Bottom left front fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

2

2

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Bottom left middle fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

2

3

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Bottom left rear fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

2

4

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Bottom right front fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

2

5

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Bottom right middle fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

2

6

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Bottom right rear fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

3

1

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Rear tray top fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

3

2

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Rear tray second fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

3

3

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Rear tray middle fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

3

4

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Rear tray fourth fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

4

3

5

0

jnxT320Fan.0

Rear tray bottom fan

(0) 0:00:00.00

7

4

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC @ 3/*/*

AY4706

REV 01

(26190949) 3 days, 0:45:09.49

710-004333

7

4

1

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC @ 3/0/* top temperature sensor

AY4706

REV 01

(26190949) 3 days, 0:45:09.49

710-004333

7

4

2

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC @ 3/1/* bottom temperature sensor

AY4706

REV 01

(26190949) 3 days, 0:45:09.49

710-004333

8

1

1

0

jnxT320PIC3

PIC: 1x OC-192 SM SR2 @ 0/0/*

HJ9283

REV 06

(6378) 0:01:03.78

750-004535

8

1

 

2

0

jnxT320PIC3

PIC: 1x OC-192 SM SR2 @ 0/1/*

HJ9298

REV 06

(6434) 0:01:04.34

750-004535

 

9

1

0

0

jnxT320HM.0

Host 0

2108 6570 0286

REV 01

(32762924) 3 days, 19:00:29.24

740-005022

9

2

0

0

jnxT320HM.0

Host 1

2109 2900 0186

REV 01

(110269900) 12 days, 18:18:19.00

740-005022

10

1

0

0

jnxT320FPB.0

FPM

AY4514

REV 02

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-004461

11

1

0

0

jnxT320SCG.0

SCG 0

AY4520

REV 06

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-004455

11

2

0

0

jnxT320SCG.0

SCG 1

AY4526

REV 06

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-004455

12

1

0

0

jnxT320CB.0

CB 0

AY4765

REV 11

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-002728

12

2

0

0

jnxT320CB.0

CB 1

HG6051

REV 06

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-002728

13

1

0

0

jnxT320CIP.0

CIP

HC0476

REV 05

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-002895

14

1

0

0

jnxT320SPMB.0

SPMB 0

HB1893

REV 02

(26186997) 3 days, 0:44:29.97

710-003229

14

2

0

0

jnxT320SPMB.0

SPMB 1

HD5520

REV 02

(26186913) 3 days, 0:44:29.13

710-003229

15

1

0

0

jnxT320SIB.0

SIB 0

BC1509

REV 02

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-005157

15

2

0

0

jnxT320SIB.0

SIB 1

BC1512

REV 02

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-005157

15

3

0

0

jnxT320SIB.0

SIB 2

BC1494

REV 02

(0) 0:00:00.00

710-005157

To verify the L1, L2, and L3 indexes, use the show chassis hardware command. Sample command output from a T320 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis hardware
Hardware inventory:
Item             Version  Part number  Serial number     Description
Chassis  T320
Midplane         REV 01   710-004339   AY4527
FPM GBUS         REV 02   710-004461   AY4514
FPM Display      REV 02   710-002897   HF6097
CIP              REV 05   710-002895   HC0476
PEM 0            Rev 01   740-004359   ML14099           Power Entry
Module
SCG 0            REV 06   710-004455   AY4520
SCG 1            REV 06   710-004455   AY4526
RE 0               REV 01   740-005022   210865700286      RE-3.0
RE 1               REV 01   740-005022   210929000186      RE-3.0
CB 0             REV 11   710-002728   AY4765
CB 1             REV 06   710-002728   HG6051
FPC 1            REV 01   710-004333   AY4507            FPC Type 3
  CPU            REV 06   710-001726   HA4719
  MMB 1          REV 03   710-004047   HD5738            MMB-288mbit
  PPB 0          REV 02   710-002845   HC0988            PPB Type 3
FPC 3            REV 01   710-004333   AY4706            FPC Type 3
  CPU            REV 06   710-001726   HE7916
  MMB 1          REV 03   710-004047   HG6326            MMB-288mbit
  PPB 0          REV 02   710-002845   HC0958            PPB Type 3
SPMB 0           REV 02   710-003229   HB1893
SPMB 1           REV 02   710-003229   HD5520
SIB 0            REV 02   710-005157   BC1509            SIB-I8-F16
SIB 1            REV 02   710-005157   BC1512            SIB-I8-F16
SIB 2            REV 02   710-005157   BC1494            SIB-I8-F16

jnxLEDLastChange

The object identifier for the jnxLEDLastChange object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 9}. This object indicates when the LED last changed state. Its value is 0 if the sysUpTime value is unknown or if it already existed when the agent was active.

jnxLEDTable

The object identifier for the jnxLEDTable object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 10}. This object indicates the LED status of the router and lists the contents of an entry. Entries in the jnxLEDTable are represented by the jnxLEDEntry object, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDTable 1}.

The jnxLEDTable describes the components of the LED Box Indicators, whose elements are described as follows:

  • jnxLEDAssociateTable—The associate table to which the entry is related, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 1}.
  • jnxLEDAssociateIndex—The index of the subject in the associated table to which the entry is related, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 2}. The associate index is the index of the subject in the associated table, which returns you to the jnxContainersTable.
  • jnxLEDL1Index—The level-one index of the associate table to which an entry is related, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 3}. It indicates the position of the component within the different levels of the containers. This value is 0 if the position is unavailable or not applicable.

    Note: MIBs start with a value of 1, while the physical count on the router starts with a value of 0. To find the actual location of a component within a router, you must subtract 1 from the L1, L2, or L3 index.

  • jnxLEDL2Index—The level-two index of the associate table to which an entry is related, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 4}. It indicates the position of the component within the different levels of the containers. This value is 0 if the position is unavailable or not applicable.
  • jnxLEDL3Index—The level-three index of the associate table to which an entry is related, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 5}. It indicates the position of the component within the different levels of the containers. This value is 0 if the position is unavailable or not applicable.
  • jnxLEDOriginator—The chassis component that originated the update, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 6}.
  • jnxLEDDescr—The name or detailed description of the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 7}.
  • jnxLEDState—The state of the LED indicator, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 8}. The state is represented by one of the following values:
    • Amber—Alarm, offline, not working
    • Blue—Online as the active primary
    • Green—Working normally online as a standby backup if there is an active primary
    • Other—Unknown or unavailable
    • Red—Alert, component failed
    • Yellow—Alarm, warning
  • jnxLEDStateOrdered—The state of the LED indicator, whose object identifier is {jnxLEDEntry 9}. jnxLEDStateOrdered provides the same information as jnxLEDState but lists the states in a different order. The states are defined as follows:
    • Blue—Online as the active primary
    • Green—Working normally online as a standby backup if there is an active primary
    • Amber—Alarm, offline, not working
    • Yellow—Alarm, warning
    • Red—Alert, component failed
    • Other—Unknown or unavailable

Table 12 through Table 14 provide examples of jnxLEDEntry objects. The following column headings for each table are abbreviated to correspond to the parts of the jnxLEDEntry objects:

  • Associate table—jnxLEDAssociateTable
  • Associate index—jnxLEDAssociateIndex
  • L1 Index—jnxLEDL1Index
  • L2 Index—jnxLEDL2Index
  • L3 Index—jnxLEDL3Index
  • Originator—jnxLEDOriginator
  • Description—jnxLEDDescr
  • State—jnxLEDState

Table 12 provides an example of jnxLEDEntry objects in the jnxLEDTable of an M20 router.

Table 12: jnxLEDEntry Objects in the jnxLEDTable of an M20 Router

Associate Table

Associate Index

L1 Index

L2 Index

L3 Index

Originator

Description

State

jnxContentsTable

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisM20.0

Chassis alarm LED

Other

jnxContentsTable

6

1

0

0

jnxM20SSB.0

SSB 1 LED

Blue

jnxContentsTable

6

2

0

0

jnxM20SSB.0

SSB 2 LED

Green

jnxContentsTable

7

1

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC 1 LED

Amber

jnxContentsTable

7

2

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC 2 LED

Blue

jnxContentsTable

7

3

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC 3 LED

Blue

jnxContentsTable

7

4

0

0

jnxM20FPC.0

FPC 4 LED

Amber

jnxContentsTable

9

1

0

0

jnxM20RE.0

Routing Engine 1 LED

Blue

jnxContentsTable

9

2

0

0

jnxM20RE.0

Routing Engine 2 LED

Other

Table 13 provides an example of jnxLEDEntry objects in the jnxLEDTable of a T640 router.

Table 13: jnxLEDEntry Objects in the jnxLEDTable of a T640 Router

Associate Table

Associate Index

L1 Index

L2 Index

L3 Index

Originator

Description

State

jnxContentsTable

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisT640.0

Chassis alarm LED

Other

jnxContentsTable

7

1

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 0 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable

7

2

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 1 LED

Green

jnxContentsTable

7

3

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 2 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable

7

4

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 3 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable

7

5

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 4 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable

7

6

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 5 LED

Green

jnxContentsTable

7

7

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 6 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable

7

8

0

0

jnxT640FPC.0

FPC slot 7 LED

Green

jnxContentsTable

9

1

0

0

jnxT640HM.0

Host 0 LED

Blue

jnxContentsTable

9

2

0

0

jnxT640HM.0

Host 1 LED

Green

Table 14 provides an example of jnxLEDEntry objects in the jnxLEDTable of a T320 router.

Table 14: jnxLEDEntry Objects in the jnxLEDTable of a T320 Router

Associate Table

Associate Index

L1 Index

L2 Index

L3 Index

Originator

Description

State

jnxContentsTable(3)

1

1

0

0

jnxChassisT320.0

Chassis alarm LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

1

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 0 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

2

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 1 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

3

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 2 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

4

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 3 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

5

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 4 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

6

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 5 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

7

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 6 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

7

8

0

0

jnxT320FPC.0

FPC slot 7 LED

Other

jnxContentsTable(3)

9

1

0

0

jnxT320HM.0

Host 0 LED

Blue

jnxContentsTable(3)

9

2

0

0

jnxT320HM.0

Host 1 LED

Green

jnxFilledLastChange

The object identifier for the jnxFilledLastChange object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 11}. This object indicates when the box filled status last changed. This variable is 0 if the sysUpTime value is unknown or it already existed when the agent was active.

jnxFilledTable

The object identifier for the jnxFilledTable object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 12}. This object indicates whether a specific container in the router is used (filled) or empty. This table is used for inventory and capacity planning.

Entries in the jnxFilledTable are represented by the jnxFilledEntry object, whose object identifier is {jnxFilledTable 1}.

The jnxFilledTable describes the status of specific containers whose component objects are described as follows:

  • jnxFilledContainerIndex—The associated jnxContainersIndex in the jnxContainersTable, whose object identifier is {jnxFilledEntry 1}.
  • jnxFilledL1Index—The level-one index of the container housing the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxFilledEntry 2}.
  • jnxFilledL2Index—The level-two index of the container housing the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxFilledEntry 3}.
  • jnxFilledL3Index—The level-three index of the container housing the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxFilledEntry 4}.
  • jnxFilledDescr—The entry’s name or detailed description of the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxFilledEntry 5}.
  • jnxFilledState—The entry’s state (filled or empty), whose object identifier is {jnxFilledEntry 6}.

Table 15 through Table 17 provide examples of jnxFilledEntry objects in the jnxFilledTable. The following column headings for each table are abbreviated to correspond to the parts of the jnxFilledEntry objects:

  • Container index—jnxFilledContainerIndex
  • L1—jnxFilledL1Index
  • L2—jnxFilledL2Index
  • L3—jnxFilledL3Index
  • Description—jnxFilledDescr
  • State—jnxFilledState

Table 15 provides an example of jnxFilledEntry objects in the jnxFilledTable of an M20 router.

Table 15: jnxFilledEntry Objects in the jnxFilledTable of an M20 Router

Container Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

State

1

1

0

0

Chassis frame compartment

Filled

1

1

1

0

Temperature sensor space 0

Filled

1

1

2

0

Temperature sensor space 1

Filled

2

1

0

0

Power supply compartment A

Filled

2

2

0

0

Power supply compartment B

Empty

3

1

0

0

Rear top impeller compartment

Filled

3

2

0

0

Front bottom impeller compartment

Filled

4

1

0

0

Rear left fan compartment

Filled

4

2

0

0

Right center fan compartment

Filled

4

3

0

0

Rear right fan compartment

Filled

5

1

0

0

Host controller compartment

Filled

6

1

0

0

SCB slot

Filled

7

1

0

0

FPC slot 0

Empty

7

2

0

0

FPC slot 1

Empty

7

3

0

0

FPC slot 2

Filled

7

4

0

0

FPC slot 3

Filled

7

5

0

0

FPC slot 4

Empty

7

6

0

0

FPC slot 5

Filled

7

7

0

0

FPC slot 6

Empty

7

8

0

0

FPC slot 7

Empty

8

1

1

0

PIC space @ 0/0/*

Empty

8

1

2

0

PIC space @ 0/1/*

Empty

8

1

3

0

PIC space @ 0/2/*

Empty

8

1

4

0

PIC space @ 0/3/*

Empty

8

2

1

0

PIC space @ 1/0/*

Empty

8

2

2

0

PIC space @ 1/1/*

Empty

8

2

3

0

PIC space @ 1/2/*

Empty

8

2

4

0

PIC space @ 1/3/*

Empty

8

3

1

0

PIC space @ 2/0/*

Filled

8

3

2

0

PIC space @ 2/1/*

Filled

8

3

3

0

PIC space @ 2/2/*

Filled

8

3

4

0

PIC space @ 2/3/*

Filled

8

4

1

0

PIC space @ 3/0/*

Filled

8

4

2

0

PIC space @ 3/1/*

Filled

8

4

3

0

PIC space @ 3/2/*

Filled

8

4

4

0

PIC space @ 3/3/*

Filled

8

5

1

0

PIC space @ 4/0/*

Empty

8

5

2

0

PIC space @ 4/1/*

Empty

8

5

3

0

PIC space @ 4/2/*

Empty

8

5

4

0

PIC space @ 4/3/*

Empty

8

6

1

0

PIC space @ 5/0/*

Filled

8

6

2

0

PIC space @ 5/1/*

Filled

8

6

3

0

PIC space @ 5/2/*

Filled

8

6

4

0

PIC space @ 5/3/*

Filled

8

7

1

0

PIC space @ 6/0/*

Empty

8

7

2

0

PIC space @ 6/1/*

Empty

8

7

3

0

PIC space @ 6/2/*

Empty

8

7

4

0

PIC space @ 6/3/*

Empty

8

8

1

0

PIC space @ 7/0/*

Empty

8

8

2

0

PIC space @ 7/1/*

Empty

8

8

3

0

PIC space @ 7/2/*

Empty

8

8

4

0

PIC space @ 7/3/*

Empty

9

1

0

0

Routing Engine compartment

Filled

Table 16 provides an example of jnxFilledEntry objects in the jnxFilledTable of a T640 router.

Table 16: jnxFilledEntry Objects in the jnxFilledTable of a T640 Router

Container Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

State

1

1

0

0

Chassis frame

Filled

2

1

0

0

PEM slot 0

Empty

2

2

0

0

PEM slot 1

Filled

4

1

1

0

Top left front fan slot

Filled

4

1

2

0

Top left middle fan slot

Filled

4

1

3

0

Top left rear fan slot

Filled

4

1

4

0

Top right front fan slot

Filled

4

1

5

0

Top right middle fan slot

Filled

4

1

6

0

Top right rear fan slot

Filled

4

2

1

0

Bottom left front fan slot

Filled

4

2

2

0

Bottom left middle fan slot

Filled

4

2

3

0

Bottom left rear fan slot

Filled

4

2

4

0

Bottom right front fan slot

Filled

4

2

5

0

Bottom right middle fan slot

Filled

4

2

6

0

Bottom right rear fan slot

Filled

4

3

1

0

Fourth blower from top slot

Filled

4

3

2

0

Bottom blower slot

Filled

4

3

3

0

Middle blower slot

Filled

4

3

4

0

Top blower slot

Filled

4

3

5

0

Second blower from top slot

Filled

7

3

2

0

FPC slot 0

Empty

7

3

3

0

FPC slot 0 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

3

4

0

FPC slot 0 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

3

5

0

FPC slot 1

Filled

7

3

6

0

FPC slot 1 top temperature sensor

Filled

7

1

0

0

FPC slot 1 bottom temperature sensor

Filled

7

1

1

0

FPC slot 2

Empty

7

1

2

0

FPC slot 2 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

2

0

0

FPC slot 2 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

2

1

0

FPC slot 3

Empty

7

2

2

0

FPC slot 3 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

3

0

0

FPC slot 3 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

3

1

0

FPC slot 4

Empty

7

3

2

0

FPC slot 4 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

4

0

0

FPC slot 4 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

4

1

0

FPC slot 5

Filled

7

4

2

0

FPC slot 5 top temperature sensor

Filled

7

5

0

0

FPC slot 5 bottom temperature sensor

Filled

7

5

1

0

FPC slot 6

Empty

7

5

2

0

FPC slot 6 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

6

0

0

FPC slot 6 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

6

1

0

FPC slot 7

Filled

7

6

2

0

FPC slot 7 top temperature sensor

Filled

7

7

0

0

FPC slot 7 bottom temperature sensor

Filled

8

1

1

0

PIC slot @ 0/0/*

Empty

8

1

2

0

PIC slot @ 0/1/*

Empty

8

1

3

0

PIC slot @ 0/2/*

Empty

8

1

4

0

PIC slot @ 0/3/*

Empty

8

2

1

0

PIC slot @ 1/0/*

Filled

8

2

2

0

PIC slot @ 1/1/*

Filled

8

2

3

0

PIC slot @ 1/2/*

Filled

8

2

4

0

PIC slot @ 1/3/*

Empty

8

3

1

0

PIC slot @ 2/0/*

Empty

8

3

2

0

PIC slot @ 2/1/*

Empty

8

3

3

0

PIC slot @ 2/2/*

Empty

8

3

4

0

PIC slot @ 2/3/*

Empty

8

4

1

0

PIC slot @ 3/0/*

Empty

8

4

2

0

PIC slot @ 3/1/*

Empty

8

4

3

0

PIC slot @ 3/2/*

Empty

8

4

4

0

PIC slot @ 3/3/*

Empty

8

5

1

0

PIC slot @ 4/0/*

Empty

8

5

2

0

PIC slot @ 4/1/*

Empty

8

5

3

0

PIC slot @ 4/2/*

Empty

8

5

4

0

PIC slot @ 4/3/*

Empty

8

6

1

0

PIC slot @ 5/0/*

Filled

8

6

2

0

PIC slot @ 5/1/*

Filled

8

6

3

0

PIC slot @ 5/2/*

Filled

8

6

4

0

PIC slot @ 5/3/*

Empty

8

7

1

0

PIC slot @ 6/0/*

Empty

8

7

2

0

PIC slot @ 6/1/*

Empty

8

7

3

0

PIC slot @ 6/2/*

Empty

8

7

4

0

PIC slot @ 6/3/*

Empty

8

8

1

0

PIC slot @ 7/0/*

Filled

8

8

2

0

PIC slot @ 7/1/*

Filled

8

8

3

0

PIC slot @ 7/2/*

Filled

8

8

4

0

PIC slot @ 7/3/*

Filled

9

1

0

0

Host 0 slot

Filled

9

2

0

0

Host 1 slot

Filled

10

1

0

0

FPM slot

Filled

11

1

0

0

SCG slot 0

Filled

11

2

0

0

SCG slot 1

Filled

12

1

0

0

CB slot 0

Filled

12

2

0

0

CB slot 1

Filled

13

1

0

0

CIP slot

Filled

14

1

0

0

SPMB slot 0

Filled

14

2

0

0

SPMB slot 1

Filled

15

1

0

0

SIB slot 0

Filled

15

2

0

0

SIB slot 1

Filled

15

3

0

0

SIB slot 2

Filled

15

4

0

0

SIB slot 3

Filled

15

5

0

0

SIB slot 4

Filled

Table 17 provides an example of jnxFilledEntry objects in the jnxFilledTable of a T320 router.

Table 17: jnxFilledEntry Objects in the jnxFilledTable of a T320 Router

Container Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

State

1

1

0

0

Chassis frame

Filled

2

1

0

0

PEM slot 0

Filled

2

2

0

0

PEM slot 1

Empty

4

1

1

0

Top left front fan slot

Filled

4

1

2

0

Top left middle fan slot

Filled

4

1

3

0

Top left rear fan slot

Filled

4

1

4

0

Top right front fan slot

Filled

4

1

5

0

Top right middle fan slot

Filled

4

1

6

0

Top right rear fan slot

Filled

4

2

1

0

Bottom left front fan slot

Filled

4

2

2

0

Bottom left middle fan slot

Filled

4

2

3

0

Bottom left rear fan slot

Filled

4

2

4

0

Bottom right front fan slot

Filled

4

2

5

0

Bottom right middle fan slot

Filled

4

2

6

0

Bottom right rear fan slot

Filled

4

3

1

0

Rear tray top fan slot

Filled

4

3

2

0

Rear tray second fan slot

Filled

4

3

3

0

Rear tray middle fan slot

Filled

4

3

4

0

Rear tray fourth fan slot

Filled

4

3

5

0

Rear tray bottom fan slot

Filled

7

1

0

0

FPC slot 0

Empty

7

1

1

0

FPC slot top temperature sensor

Empty

7

1

2

0

FPC slot 0 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

2

0

0

FPC slot 1

Empty

7

2

1

0

FPC slot 1 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

2

2

0

FPC slot 1 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

3

0

0

FPC slot 2

Empty

7

3

1

0

FPC slot 2 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

3

2

0

FPC slot 2 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

4

0

0

FPC slot 3

Filled

7

4

1

0

FPC slot 3 top temperature sensor

Filled

7

4

2

0

FPC slot 3 bottom temperature sensor

Filled

7

5

1

0

FPC slot 4

Empty

7

5

2

0

FPC slot 4 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

5

0

0

FPC slot 4 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

6

1

0

FPC slot 5

Empty

7

6

2

0

FPC slot 5 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

6

0

0

FPC slot 5 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

7

1

0

FPC slot 6

Empty

7

7

2

0

FPC slot 6 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

7

0

0

FPC slot 6 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

7

8

1

0

FPC slot 7

Empty

7

8

2

0

FPC slot 7 top temperature sensor

Empty

7

8

0

0

FPC slot 7 bottom temperature sensor

Empty

8

1

1

0

PIC slot @ 0/0/*

Empty

8

1

2

0

PIC slot @ 0/1/*

Empty

8

2

1

0

PIC slot @ 1/0/*

Empty

8

2

2

0

PIC slot @ 1/1/*

Empty

8

3

1

0

PIC slot @ 2/0/*

Empty

8

3

2

0

PIC slot @ 2/1/*

Empty

8

4

1

0

PIC slot @ 3/0/*

Filled

8

4

2

0

PIC slot @ 3/1/*

Filled

8

5

1

0

PIC slot @ 4/0/*

Empty

8

5

2

0

PIC slot @ 4/1/*

Empty

8

6

1

0

PIC slot @ 5/0/*

Empty

8

6

2

0

PIC slot @ 5/1/*

Empty

8

7

1

0

PIC slot @ 6/0/*

Empty

8

7

2

0

PIC slot @ 6/1/*

Empty

8

8

1

0

PIC slot @ 7/0/*

Empty

8

8

2

0

PIC slot @ 7/1/*

Empty

9

1

0

0

Host 0 slot

Filled

9

2

0

0

Host 1 slot

Filled

10

1

0

0

FPM slot

Filled

11

1

0

0

SCG slot 0

Filled

11

2

0

0

SCG slot 1

Filled

12

1

0

0

CB slot 0

Filled

12

2

0

0

CB slot 1

Filled

13

1

0

0

CIP slot

Filled

14

1

0

0

SPMB slot 0

Filled

14

2

0

0

SPMB slot 1

Filled

15

1

0

0

SIB slot 0

Filled

15

2

0

0

SIB slot 1

Filled

15

3

0

0

SIB slot 2

Filled

jnxOperatingTable

The object identifier for jnxOperatingTable object is {jnxBoxAnatomy 13}. This object reports the operating status of various components such as CPU, buffers, and memory.

Juniper Networks routers implement packet forwarding and routing functions with two separate components, the Packet Forwarding Engine and the Routing Engine, to ensure stability. The clean separation of these two functions permits superior forwarding performance and a highly reliable operating system. Therefore, it is not necessary to monitor CPU, memory, and buffer utilization, as is the case with traditional, monolithic code base routers. The Routing Engine has its own CPU, memory, and buffers—separate from those of the Packet Forwarding Engine. The ASIC-based Packet Forwarding Engine forwards packets on all interfaces at wire speed, eliminating the need to monitor packet buffers being exhausted. As a result, CPU utilization under 2 percent is normal.

Entries in the jnxOperatingTable are represented by the jnxOperatingEntry object, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingTable 1}.

The jnxOperatingTable describes the status of specific objects, which are described as follows:

  • jnxOperatingContents—The associated jnxContentsIndex in the jnxContentsTable, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 1}.
  • jnxOperatingL1Index—The level-one index of the container housing the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 2}.
  • jnxOperatingL2Index—The level-two index of the container housing the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 3}.
  • jnxOperatingL3Index—The level-three index of the container housing the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 4}.
  • jnxOperatingDescr—The name or detailed description of the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 5}.
  • jnxOperatingState—The operating state of the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 6}. The state can be any of the following:
    • Unknown(1)—State of the component is unknown or unavailable
    • Running(2)—Up and running as an active primary
    • Ready(3)—Ready to run; not running yet
    • Reset(4)—Held in reset; not ready yet
    • RunningAtFullSpeed(5)—Valid for fans only
    • Down(6)—Power supply is down or off
    • Standby(7)—Running as a standby backup
  • jnxOperatingTemp—The entry’s temperature, in degrees Celsius (°C), whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 7}.
  • jnxOperatingCPU—The CPU utilization percentage of the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 8}. It is valid for the Control Board, the FPC, and the Routing Engine. It is a 5-second rolling-weighted average calculated every second for each of the CPUs. The value is sent to the Routing Engine every 10 seconds. The value for the Routing Engine is an average of samples taken every 30 seconds over a 5-minute period. jnxOperatingCPU.9.1.0.0. is for the Routing Engine CPU. The Routing Engine is the only object of interest; the rest are most likely zero because CPUs on those cards are only used for management purposes.
  • jnxOperatingISR—The CPU utilization percentage of the entry in relation to the interrupt service routing (ISR), whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 9}.
  • jnxOperatingDRAMSize—The DRAM size of the entry, in bytes, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 10}. It is valid for the FPC, Routing Engine, and Control Board.
  • jnxOperatingBuffer—The buffer pool utilization of the entry (a percentage), whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 11}. It is valid for the FPC and Control Board as a percentage of utilization. Buffers are normally fixed-length memory preallocated for read/write, input/output, or reception/transmission. A measurement against these buffers gives some indication of how busy the system is. The larger the percentage utilization, the busier the system. In terms of absolute numbers, the bigger the buffer size, the better the system can handle bursty traffic patterns.
  • jnxOperatingHeap—The heap utilization of the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 12}.
  • jnxOperatingUpTime—The time interval, in 10-millisecond periods, that the entry has been up and running, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 13}.
  • jnxOperatingLastRestart—The value of sysUpTime when the entry was last restarted, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 14}.
  • jnxOperatingMemory—The entry’s installed memory size, in megabytes (MB), whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 15}.
  • jnxOperatingStateOrdered—The operating state of the entry, whose object identifier is {jnxOperatingEntry 16}. The state is represented by one of the following values:
    • Running(1)—Up and running as an active primary
    • Standby(2)—Running as a standby backup
    • Ready(3)—Ready to run; not running yet
    • RunningAtFullSpeed(4)—Valid for fans only
    • Reset(5)—Held in reset; not ready yet
    • Down(6)—Power supply is down or off
    • Unknown(7)—State of the component is unknown or unavailable

Table 18 through Table 20 provide examples of jnxOperatingEntry objects. The following column headings for each table are abbreviated to correspond to the parts of the jnxOperatingEntry objects:

  • Contents index—jnxOperatingContents
  • L1—jnxOperatingL1Index
  • L2—jnxOperatingL2Index
  • L3—jnxOperatingL3Index
  • Description—jnxOperatingDescr
  • State—jnxOperatingState
  • Temp—jnxOperatingTemp
  • CPU—jnxOperatingCPU
  • ISR—jnxOperatingISR
  • DRAM—jnxOperatingDRAMSize
  • Buffer—jnxOperatingBuffer
  • Heap—jnxOperatingHeap
  • UpTime—jnxOperatingUpTime
  • Last Restart—jnxOperatingLastRestart
  • Memory—jnxOperatingMemory

Table 18 provides an example of jnxOperatingEntry objects in the jnxOperatingTable of an M20 router.

Table 18: jnxOperatingEntry Objects in the jnxOperatingTable of an M20 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

State

Temp

CPU

ISR

DRAM

Buffer

Heap

UpTime

LastRestart

Memory

1

1

0

0

Midplane

Running

26

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.0

0

2

1

0

0

Power supply A

Running

28

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.0

0

2

2

0

0

Power supply B

Running

29

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.0

0

4

1

0

0

Front top fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.0

0

4

2

0

0

Front middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.0

0

4

3

0

0

Front bottom fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.0

0

4

4

0

0

Rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.0

0

6

1

0

0

SSB 0

Running

30

0

0

671088

6

0

67038195

0:0:00:35.41

64

7

1

0

0

FPC @ 0/*/*

Running

31

0

0

83886

3

0

67035034

0:0:01:06.91

8

7

2

0

0

FPC @ 1/*/*

Running

33

0

0

83886

4

0

67034422

0:0:01:13.04

8

7

3

0

0

FPC @ 2/*/*

Running

31

0

0

83886

3

0

67033809

0:0:01:19.18

8

9

1

0

0

Routing Engine 0

Running

29

4

0

802738

0

0

67046146

0:0:00:00.00

765

To verify the size of the memory, use the show chassis fpc, show chassis routing-engine, and show chassis ssb commands. For more information about the output of these commands, see the JUNOS System Basics and Services Command Reference.

Table 19 provides an example of jnxOperatingEntry objects in the jnxOperatingTable of a T640 router.

Table 19: jnxOperatingEntry Objects in the jnxOperatingTable of a T640 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

State

Temp

CPU

ISR

DRAM

Buffer

Heap

UpTime

LastRestart

Memory

1

1

0

0

Midplane

Running

0

2

2

0

0

PEM 1

Running

29

4

1

1

0

Top left front fan

Running

0

4

1

2

0

Top left middle fan

Running

0

4

1

3

0

Top left rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

1

4

0

Top right front fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

1

5

0

Top right middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

1

6

0

Top right rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

2

1

0

Bottom left front fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

2

2

0

Bottom left middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

2

3

0

Bottom left rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

2

4

0

Bottom right front fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

2

5

0

Bottom right middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

3

1

0

Bottom right rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

3

1

0

Bottom blower

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

3

2

0

Bottom blower

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

3

3

0

Middle blower

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

3

4

0

Top blower

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

3

5

0

Second blower from top

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

7

2

0

0

FPC @ 1/*/*

Running

0

1

0

512

41

3

138367

0:18:56:48.81

512

7

2

1

0

FPC @ 1/0/* top temperature sensor

Running

35

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:18:56:48.81

0

7

2

2

0

FPC @ 1/1/* bottom temperature sensor

Running

32

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:18:56:48.81

0

7

6

0

0

FPC @ 5/*/*

Running

0

3

0

256

41

14

136976

0:18:57:02.71

256

7

6

1

0

FPC @ 5/0/* top temperature sensor

Running

44

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:18:57:02.71

0

7

6

2

0

FPC @ 5/1/* bottom temperature sensor

Running

33

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:18:57:02.71

0

7

8

0

0

FPC @ 7/*/*

Running

0

2

0

256

41

7

137963

0:18:56:52.85

256

7

8

1

0

FPC @ 7/0/* top temperature sensor

Running

38

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:18:56:52.85

0

7

8

2

0

FPC @ 7/1/* bottom temperature sensor

Running

33

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:18:56:52.85

0

9

1

0

0

Host 0

Running

35

0

0

2048

0

0

6963005

0:19:20:30.07

2048

9

2

0

0

Host 1

Standby

32

2

0

2048

0

0

24401100

2:19:46:51.00

2048

10

1

0

0

FPM

Running

30

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

11

1

0

0

SCG 0

Running

36

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

11

2

0

0

SCG 1

Standby

35

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

12

1

0

0

CB 0

Running

36

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

12

2

0

0

CB 1

Standby

39

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

14

1

0

0

SPMB 0

Running

36

1

0

128

40

0

142576

0:18:56:06.72

128

14

2

0

0

SPMB 1

Standby

39

0

0

128

40

0

142447

0:18:56:08.01

128

15

1

0

0

SIB 0

Unknown

40

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

15

2

0

0

SIB 1

Unknown

39

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

15

3

0

0

SIB 2

Unknown

39

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

15

4

0

0

SIB 3

Unknown

40

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

15

5

0

0

SIB 4

Unknown

40

0

0

0

0

0

0

0:0:00:00.00

0

Table 20 provides an example of jnxOperatingEntry objects in the jnxOperatingTable of a T320 router.

Table 20: jnxOperatingEntry Objects in the jnxOperatingTable of a T320 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

State

Temp

CPU

ISR

DRAM

Buffer

Heap

UpTime

LastRestart

Memory

1

1

0

0

Midplane

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

2

1

0

0

PEM 0

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

1

1

0

Top left front fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

1

2

0

Top left middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

1

3

0

Top left rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

1

4

0

Top right front fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

1

5

0

Top right middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

2

6

0

Top right rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

2

1

0

Bottom left front fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

2

2

0

Bottom left middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

2

3

0

Bottom left rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

2

4

0

Bottom right front fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

2

5

0

Bottom right middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

2

6

0

Bottom right rear fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

3

1

0

Rear tray top fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

3

2

0

Rear tray second fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

3

3

0

Rear tray middle fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

3

4

0

Rear tray fourth fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

4

3

5

0

Rear tray bottom fan

Running

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

7

4

0

0

FPC @ 3/*/*

Running

0

1

0

256

41

7

6568428

(26190949) 3 days, 0:45:09.49

256

7

4

1

0

FPC @ 3/0/* top temperature sensor

Running

41

0

0

0

0

0

0

(26190949) 3 days, 0:45:09.49

0

7

4

2

0

FPC @ 3/1/* bottom temperature sensor

Running

37

0

0

0

0

0

0

(26190949) 3 days, 0:45:09.49

0

9

1

0

0

Host 0

Running

34

1

0

2048

0

0

32763001

(32763004) 3 days, 19:00:30.04

2048

9

2

0

0

Host 1

Standby

32

1

0

2048

0

0

110271900

(110271900) 12 days, 18:18:39.00

2048

10

1

0

0

FPM

Running

30

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

11

1

0

0

SCG 0

Running

33

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

11

2

0

0

SCG 1

Standby

31

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

12

1

0

0

CB 0

Running

37

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

12

2

0

0

CB 1

Standby

34

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

14

1

0

0

SPMB 0

Running

36

0

0

128

40

0

6572381

(26186997) 3 days, 0:44:29.97

128

14

2

0

0

SPMB 1

Standby

36

1

0

128

40

0

6572465

(26186913) 3 days, 0:44:29.13

128

15

1

0

0

SIB 0

Standby

36

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

15

2

0

0

SIB 1

Running

36

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

15

3

0

0

SIB 2

Running

38

0

0

0

0

0

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

 

jnxRedundancyTable

The object identifier for the jnxRedundancyTable is {jnxBoxAnatomy 14}. This object shows the internal configuration settings for the redundant subsystems or components in the chassis.

Entries within the jnxRedundancyTable are represented by the jnxRedundancyEntry object, whose object identifier is {jnxRedundancyEntry 1}. This jnxRedundancyEntry contains the following objects, which describe the internal configuration settings for the redundant subsystems or components in the chassis:

  • jnxRedundancyContentsIndex—The index value of an entry in jnxRedundancyEntry, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 1}.
  • jnxRedundancyL1Index—The level-one index associated with the redundant component, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 2}.
  • jnxRedundancyL2Index—The level-two index associated with the redundant component, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 3}.
  • jnxRedundancyL3Index—The level-three index associated with the redundant component, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 4}.
  • jnxRedundancyDescr—The description of the redundant component, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 5}.
  • jnxRedundancyConfig—The election priority of redundancy configuration, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 6}.
  • jnxRedundancyState—The current running state of the redundant component, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 7}.
  • jnxRedundancySwitchoverCount—The total number of switchovers, defined as a change in the jnxRedundancyState from master to backup or vice versa, as perceived by the redundant component since the Routing Engine is up and running, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 8}.
  • jnxRedundancySwitchoverTime—The value of sysUpTime when the jnxRedundancyState was last switched over from master to backup or vice versa, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 9}.
  • jnxRedundancySwitchoverReason—The reason for the last switchover to the redundant component, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 10}.
  • jnxKeepaliveHeartbeat—The period of sending keepalive messages between the master and the backup subsystem, which is a system-wide preset value in seconds used by internal mastership resolution, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 11}.
  • jnxRedundancyKeepaliveTimeout—The timeout period in seconds used by the watchdog timer before it initiates a switchover to the backup subsystem, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 12}.
  • jnxRedundancyKeepaliveElapsed—The elapsed time since the redundant component received the last keepalive message from the outer subsystems, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 13}.
  • jnxRedundancyKeepaliveLoss—The total number of keepalive messages lost between the master and the backup subsystems as perceived by the redundant component since the Routing Engine is up and running, whose object identifier is {jnxContainersEntry 14}.

Table 21 through Table 23 provide examples of jnxRedundancyEntry objects. The following column headings for each table are abbreviated to correspond to the parts of the jnxOperatingTable objects:

  • Contents index—jnxRedundancyContentsIndex
  • L1—jnxRedundancyL1Index
  • L2—jnxRedundancyL2Index
  • L3—jnxRedundancyL3Index
  • Description—jnxRedundancyDescr
  • Config—jnxRedundancyConfig
  • State—jnxRedundancyState
  • Count—jnxRedundancySwitchoverCount
  • Time—jnxRedundancySwitchoverTime
  • Reason—jnxRedundancySwitchoverReason
  • Heartbeat—jnxKeepaliveHeartbeat
  • Timeout—jnxRedundancyKeepaliveTimeout
  • Elapsed—jnxRedundancyKeepaliveElapsed
  • Loss—jnxRedundancyKeepaliveLoss

Table 21 provides an example of jnxRedundancyEntry objects in the jnxRedundancyTable of an M20 router.

Table 21: jnxRedundancyEntry Objects in the jnxRedundancyTable of an M20 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

Config

State

Count

Time

Reason

Heart beat

Time out

Elapsed

Loss

6

1

0

0

SSB 0 Internet Processor II

Master

Master

0

3383

Never switched

0

0

0

0

6

2

0

0

SSB 1

Disabled

Disabled

0

0

Never switched

0

0

0

0

9

1

0

0

Routing Engine 0

Master

Master

1

421

User switched

3

300

1

0

9

2

0

0

Routing Engine 1

Backup

Backup

0

0

Other

0

0

0

0

To verify Routing Engine status, use the show chassis routing-engine command. Sample command output from an M20 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis routing-engine
Routing Engine status:
 Slot 0:
  Current state      Master
  Election priority      Master (default)
  Temperature      26 degrees C / 78 degrees F
  DRAM                 768 Mbytes
  CPU utilization:
   User                 2 percent
   Background      0 percent
   Kernel            0 percent
   Interrupt         0 percent
   Idle                98 percent
  Model              teknor
  Serial ID      32000004f8ff1201
  Start time      2002-01-29 12:30:42 PST
  Uptime             21 hours, 17 minutes, 14 seconds
  Load averages:      1 minute  5 minute 15 minute
    0.03    0.02    0.00
Routing Engine status:
 Slot 1:
  Current state      Backup
  Election priority  Backup (default)
  DRAM                805306368 Mbytes
  CPU utilization:
   User                0 percent
   Background      0 percent
   Kernel            1 percent
   Interrupt         0 percent
   Idle                99 percent
  Model              teknor
  Serial ID      100000078c10df01
  Start time      2002-01-24 16:47:39 PST
  Uptime             5 days, 17 hours, 14 seconds

To verify SSB status, use the show chassis ssb command. Sample command output from an M20 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis ssb
SSB status:
Slot 0 information:
 State                    Master
 Temperature                24 degrees C / 75 degrees F
 CPU utilization              2 percent
 Interrupt utilization           0 percent
 Heap utilization             16 percent
 Buffer utilization           43 percent
 Total CPU DRAM              64 Mbytes
 Internet Processor II            Version 1, Foundry IBM, Part number 9
 Start time:                 2002-01-29 12:32:24 PST
 Uptime:                   21 hours, 30 minutes, 53 seconds
Slot 1 information:
 State                    Backup

Table 22 provides an example of jnxRedundancyEntry objects in the jnxRedundancyTable of a T640 router.

Table 22: jnxRedundancyEntry Objects in the jnxRedundancyTable of a T640 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

Config

State

Count

Time

Reason

Heart beat

Time out

Elapsed

Loss

9

1

0

0

Host 0

Master

Master

3

0:18:55:49.42

User switched

20

300

1

0

9

2

0

0

Host 1

Backup

Backup

0

0:0:00:00.00

Other

0

0

0

0

15

1

0

0

SIB 0

Unknown

Backup

1

0:0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

15

2

0

0

SIB 1

Unknown

Master

1

0:0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

15

3

0

0

SIB 2

Unknown

Master

1

0:0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

15

4

0

0

SIB 3

Unknown

Master

1

0:0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

15

5

0

0

SIB 4

Unknown

Master

1

0:0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

To verify Routing Engine status, use the show chassis routing-engine command. Sample command output from a T640 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis routing-engine
Routing Engine status:
  Slot 0:
    Current state        Master
    Election priority       Master (default)
    Temperature       35 degrees C / 95 degrees F
    DRAM            2048 MB
    CPU utilization:
      User             1 percent
      Background       0 percent
      Kernel           5 percent
      Interrupt        0 percent
      Idle            94 percent
    Model               unknown
    Start time     2002-03-31 14:26:49 PST
    Uptime         19 hours, 22 minutes, 13 seconds
    Load averages: 1 minute   5 minute  15 minute
       0.00       0.00       0.00
Routing Engine status:
  Slot 1:
    Current state  Backup
    Election priority              Backup (default)
    Temperature 32 degrees C / 89 degrees F
    DRAM      2048 MB
    CPU utilization:
      User       0 percent
      Background 0 percent
      Kernel     0 percent
      Interrupt  0 percent
      Idle     100 percent
    Model          RE-3.0
    Start time     2002-03-29 14:00:18 PST
    Uptime         2 days, 19 hours, 48 minutes, 32 seconds

Table 23 provides an example of jnxRedundancyEntry objects in the jnxRedundancyTable of a T320 router.

Table 23: jnxRedundancyEntry Objects in the jnxRedundancyTable of a T320 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Description

Config

State

Count

Time

Reason

Heart beat

Timeout

Elapsed

Loss

9

1

0

0

Host 0

Master

Master

6

(26185188)3 days, 0:44:11.88

User switched

20

300

1

0

9

2

0

0

Host 1

Backup

Backup

0

(0) 0:00:00.00

Other

0

0

0

0

15

1

0

0

SIB 0

Backup

Backup

1

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

15

2

0

0

SIB 1

Master

Master

1

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

15

3

0

0

SIB 2

Master

Master

1

(0) 0:00:00.00

0

0

0

0

0

To verify Routing Engine status, use the show chassis routing-engine command. Sample command output from a T320 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis routing-engine
Routing Engine status:
  Slot 0:
    Current state  Master
    Election priority              Master (default)
    Temperature 34 degrees C / 93 degrees F
    DRAM      2048 MB
    CPU utilization:
      User       0 percent
      Background 0 percent
      Kernel     1 percent
      Interrupt  0 percent
      Idle      98 percent
    Model          RE-3.0
    Start time     2002-04-05 14:43:16 PST
    Uptime         17 days, 23 hours, 3 minutes, 47
seconds
    Load averages: 1 minute   5 minute  15 minute
       0.00       0.00       0.00
Routing Engine status:
  Slot 1:
    Current state  Backup
    Election priority              Backup (default)
    Temperature 32 degrees C / 89 degrees F
    DRAM      2048 MB
    CPU utilization:
      User       0 percent
      Background 0 percent
      Kernel     0 percent
      Interrupt  0 percent
      Idle     100 percent
    Model          RE-3.0
    Start time     2002-03-27 15:25:07 PST
    Uptime         26 days, 22 hours, 21 minutes, 44 seconds

jnxFruTable

The object identifier for the jnxFruTable is {jnxBoxAnatomy 15}. This object shows the status of field-replaceable units (FRUs) in the chassis.

Entries within the jnxFruTable are represented by the jnxFruEntry object, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 1}. This jnxFruEntry object contains the following objects, which describe the FRUs in the chassis:

  • jnxFruContentsIndex—The index value of an entry in jnxFruEntry, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 1}.
  • jnxFruL1Index—The level-one index associated with the FRU, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 2}.
  • jnxFruL2Index—The level-two index associated with the FRU, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 3}.
  • jnxFruL3Index—The level-three index associated with the FRU, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 4}.
  • jnxFruName—The name or detailed description of the FRU, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 5}.
  • jnxFruType—The FRU type, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 6}. The FRU type is represented by one of the following values:
    • other(1)
    • clockGenerator(2)
    • flexiblePicConcentrator(3)
    • switchingAndForwardingModule(4)
    • controlBoard(5)
    • routingEngine(6)
    • powerEntryModule(7)
    • frontPanelModule(8)
    • switchInterfaceBoard(9)
    • processorMezzanineBoardForSIB(10)
    • portInterfaceCard(11)
    • craftInterfacePanel(12)
    • fan(13)
    • lineCardChassis(14)
    • forwardingEngineBoard(13)
    • protectedSystemDomain(13)
  • jnxFruSlot—The slot number of the FRU, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 7}. This is equivalent to jnxFruL1Index. The slot number is zero if unavailable or inapplicable.
  • jnxFruState—The current state of the FRU, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 8}. The FRU state can be any of the following:
    • unknown(1)
    • empty(2)
    • present(3)
    • ready(4)
    • announceOnline(5)
    • online(6)
    • announceOffline(7)
    • offline(8)
    • diagnostic(9)
    • standby(10)
  • jnxFruTemp—The temperature of the FRU, in degrees Celsius, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 9}. The value is zero if unavailable or inapplicable.
  • jnxFruOfflineReason—The reason the FRU is offline, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 10}. The reason is represented by the following values:
    • unknown(1)—Unknown or other
    • none(2)—None
    • error(3)—Error
    • noPower(4)—No power
    • configPowerOff(5)—Configured to power off
    • configHoldInReset(6)—Configured to hold in reset
    • cliCommand(7)—Brought offline by a command-line interface (CLI) command
    • buttonPress(8)—Brought offline by button press
    • cliRestart(9)—Restarted by CLI command
    • overtempShutdown(10)—Overtemperature shutdown
    • masterClockDown(11)—Master clock down
    • singleSfmModeChange(12)—Single SFM mode change
    • packetSchedulingModeChange(13)—Packet scheduling mode change
    • physicalRemoval(14)—Physical removal
    • unresponsiveRestart(15)—Restarting unresponsive board
    • sonetClockAbsent(16)—SONET out clock absent
  • jnxFruLastPowerOff—The value of sysUpTime when this subject was last powered off, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 11}. The value is zero if unavailable or inapplicable.
  • jnxFruLastPowerOn—The value of sysUpTime when this subject was last powered on, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 12}. The value is zero if unavailable or inapplicable.
  • jnxFruPowerUpTime—The time interval in 10-millisecond periods that this subject has been up and running since the last power-on time, whose object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 13}. The value is zero if unavailable or inapplicable.
  • jnxFruChassisId—The chassis type of this subject. The object identifier for this object is {jnxFruEntry 14}.
  • jnxFruChassisDescr—The textual description for the chassis type of this subject. The object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 15}.
  • jnxFruPsdAssignment—The protected system domain (PSD) assignment for this subject. The object identifier is {jnxFruEntry 16}

Table 24 through Table 29 provide examples of jnxFruEntry objects. The following column headings for each table are abbreviated to correspond to the parts of the jnxFruEntry objects:

  • Contents Index—jnxFruContentsIndex
  • L1—jnxFruL1Index
  • L2—jnxFruL2Index
  • L3—jnxFruL3Index
  • Name—jnxFruName
  • Type—jnxFruType
  • Slot—jnxFruSlot
  • State—jnxFruState
  • Temp—jnxFruTemp
  • Offline—jnxFruOffline
  • PowerOff—jnxFruPowerOff
  • PowerOn—jnxFruPowerOn
  • Uptime—jnxFruPowerUpTime

Table 24 provides an example of jnxFruContent objects in the jnxFruTable for an M10 router.

Table 24: jnxFruContents Objects in the jnxFruTable of an M10 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Name

Type

Slot

State

Temp

Offline

PowerOff

PowerOn

Uptime

2

1

0

0

Power supply A

powerEntryModule

1

Online

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:11:08.73

264319

2

2

0

0

Power supply B

powerEntryModule

2

Empty

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

1

1

0

Left fan 1

fan

1

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

1

2

0

Left fan 2

fan

1

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

1

3

0

Left fan 3

fan

1

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

1

4

0

Left fan 4

fan

1

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

6

1

0

0

FEB Internet Processor II

controlBoard

1

Online

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

7

1

0

0

FPC @ 0/*/*

flexiblePicConcentrator

1

Online

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

7

2

0

0

FPC @ 1/*/*

flexiblePicConcentrator

2

Online

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

1

0

PIC: @ 0/0/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

2

0

PIC: 1x Monitor @ 0/1/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

3

0

PIC: 1x OC-12 ATM, MM @ 0/2/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

4

0

PIC: 4x T3 @ 0/3/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

1

0

PIC: 4x OC-3 SONET, SMIR @ 1/0/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

2

0

PIC: 4x OC-3 SONET, MM @ 1/1/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

3

0

PIC: 2x OC-3 ATM, MM @ 1/2/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

4

0

PIC: 2x OC-3 ATM, MM @ 1/3/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

9

1

0

0

Routing Engine

routingEngine

1

Online

27

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

To verify the L1, L2, and L3 indexes, use the show chassis hardware command. Sample command output from an M10 router is as follows:.


user@host> show chassis hardware
Hardware inventory:
Item             Version  Part number  Serial number     Description
Chassis                                58974             M10
Midplane         REV 03   710-001950   HB1590
Power Supply A   Rev 03   740-002498   LK33505           DC
Display          REV 04   710-001995   HE8442
Routing Engine   REV 01   740-003239   9001025728        RE-2.0
FEB              REV 12   710-001948   HA4221            Internet Processor II
FPC 0
  PIC 1          REV 01   750-004188   AR2912            1x Monitor
  PIC 2          REV 04   750-001551   AN7869            1x OC-12 ATM, MM
  PIC 3          REV 02   750-002485   AN2803            4x T3
FPC 1
  PIC 0          REV 03   750-002970   HF2293            4x OC-3 SONET, SMIR
  PIC 1          REV 03   750-002971   HA8094            4x OC-3 SONET, MM
  PIC 2          REV 03   750-002977   HD9352            2x OC-3 ATM, MM
  PIC 3          REV 03   750-002977   HD9393            2x OC-3 ATM, MM

To verify FPC status, use the show chassis fpc command. Sample command output from an M10 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis fpc
Temp  CPU Utilization (%)   Memory    Utilization (%)
Slot State            (C)  Total  Interrupt      DRAM (MB) Heap     Buffer
  0  Online            24      3          1        64        44         17
  1  Online            24      3          1        64        44         17

To verify Routing Engine status, use the show chassis routing-engine command. Sample command output from an M10 router as follows:


user@host> show chassis routing-engine
Routing Engine status:
    Temperature                 26 degrees C / 78 degrees F
    DRAM                       768 MB
    Memory utilization           9 percent
    CPU utilization:
      User                       0 percent
      Background                 0 percent
      Kernel                     0 percent
      Interrupt                  0 percent
      Idle                     100 percent
    Model                          RE-2.0
    Serial ID                      b7000007c81ce801
    Start time                     2002-06-21 09:33:45 PDT
    Uptime                         3 days, 1 hour, 23 minutes, 27 seconds
    Load averages:                 1 minute   5 minute  15 minute
                                       0.07       0.03       0.01

To verify FEB status, use the show chassis feb command. Sample command output from an M10 router as follows:


user@host> show chassis feb
FEB status:
  Temperature                 24 degrees C / 75 degrees F
  CPU utilization              3 percent
  Interrupt utilization        1 percent
  Heap utilization            17 percent
  Buffer utilization          44 percent
  Total CPU DRAM              64 MB
  Internet Processor II        Version 1, Foundry IBM, Part number 9
  Start time:       2002-06-21 09:45:46 PDT
  Uptime:       3 days, 1 hour, 11 minutes, 33 seconds

Table 25 provides an example of jnxFruContent objects in the jnxFruTable for an M20 router.

Table 25: JnxFruContents Objects in the jnxFruTable of an M20 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Name

Type

Slot

State

Temp

Offline

PowerOff

PowerOn

Uptime

2

1

0

0

Power supply A

powerEntryModule

1

Empty

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

2

2

0

0

Power supply B

powerEntryModule

2

Online

25

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:43.45

24993357

4

1

0

0

Rear fan

fan

1

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

2

0

0

Front upper fan

fan

2

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

3

0

0

Front middle fan

fan

3

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

4

4

0

0

Front bottom fan

fan

4

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

6

1

0

0

SSB 0

controlBoard

1

Present

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

6

2

0

0

SSB 1 Internet Processor I

controlBoard

2

Online

29

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

7

1

0

0

FPC @ 0/*/*

flexible PicConcentrator

1

Empty

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

7

2

0

0

FPC @ 1/*/*

flexible PicConcentrator-

2

Online

27

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

7

3

0

0

FPC @ 2/*/*

flexible PicConcentrator

3

Empty

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

7

4

0

0

FPC @ 3/*/*

flexible PicConcentrator

4

Online

27

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

1

0

PIC: @ 0/0/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Offline

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

2

0

PIC: @ 0/1/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Offline

28

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

3

0

PIC: @ 0/2/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Offline

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

1

4

0

PIC: @ 0/3/*

portInterfaceCard

1

Offline

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

1

0

PIC: 1x Tunnel @ 1/0/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

2

0

PIC: 4x T3 @ 1/1/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

3

0

PIC: 2x OC-3 ATM, MM @ 1/2/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

27

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

2

4

0

PIC: 1x G/E, 1000Base-SX @ 1/3/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Ready

27

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

3

1

0

PIC: @ 2/0/*

portInterfaceCard

3

Offline

27

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

3

2

0

PIC: @ 2/1/*

portInterfaceCard

3

Offline

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

3

3

0

PIC: @ 2/2/*

portInterfaceCard

3

Offline

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

3

4

0

PIC: @ 2/3/*

portInterfaceCard

3

Offline

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

4

1

0

PIC: @ 3/0/*

portInterfaceCard

4

Ready

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

4

2

0

PIC: @ 3/1/*

portInterfaceCard

4

Ready

28

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

4

3

0

PIC: 2x OC-3 SONET, SMIR @ 3/2/*

portInterfaceCard

4

Ready

28

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

8

4

4

0

PIC: @ 3/3/*

portInterfaceCard

4

Ready

28

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

9

1

0

0

Routing Engine 0

routingEngine

1

Online

25

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

9

2

0

0

Routing Engine 1

routingEngine

2

Online

24

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

10

1

0

0

Front panel display

frontPanelModule

1

Online

0

None

0:0:00:00.00

0:0:00:00.00

0

To verify the L1, L2, and L3 indexes, use the show chassis hardware command. Sample command output from an M20 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis hardware
Hardware inventory:
Item             Version  Part number  Serial number     Description
Chassis                                20200             M20
Backplane        REV 07   710-001517   AB5911
Power Supply B   Rev 02   7            000240            AC
Display          REV 04   710-001519   AD1903
Routing Engine 0 REV01    740          umeshk            RE-2.0
Routing Engine 1                       270000078ba48501  RE-2.0
SSB slot 0       N/A      N/A          N/A               backup
SSB slot 1       REV 04   710-001411   AD0281            Internet Processor I
FPC 1            REV 01   710-001292   AC9230
  PIC 0          REV 01   750-001323   AA2812            1x Tunnel
  PIC 1          REV 01   750-002963   AK8586            4x T3
  PIC 2          REV 03   750-000612   AM8116            2x OC-3 ATM, MM
  PIC 3          REV 08   750-001072   AB9884            1x G/E, 1000 BASE-SX
FPC 3            REV 01   710-001197   AA8661
  PIC 2          REV 01   750-003748   HE9734            2x OC-3 SONET, SMIR

user@host> show chassis environment
Class Item                   Status     Measurement
Power Power Supply A         Absent
      Power Supply B         OK         25 degrees C / 77 degrees F
Temp  FPC 1                  OK         27 degrees C / 80 degrees F
      FPC 3                  OK         28 degrees C / 82 degrees F
      SSB 1                  OK         29 degrees C / 84 degrees F
      Backplane              OK         23 degrees C / 73 degrees F
      Routing Engine 0       OK         25 degrees C / 77 degrees F
      Routing Engine 1       OK         24 degrees C / 75 degrees F
Fans  Rear Fan               OK         Spinning at normal speed
      Front Upper Fan        OK         Spinning at normal speed
      Front Middle Fan       OK         Spinning at normal speed
      Front Bottom Fan       OK         Spinning at normal speed
Misc  Craft Interface        OK

user@host> show chassis fpc
                     Temp  CPU Utilization (%)   Memory    Utilization (%)
Slot State            (C)  Total  Interrupt      DRAM (MB) Heap     Buffer
  0  Empty              0      0          0         0         0          0
  1  Online            27      8          7         8         9         14
  2  Empty              0      0          0         0         0          0
  3  Online            28      0          0         8         8         14

To verify Routing Engine status, use the show chassis routing-engine command. Sample command output from an M10 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis routing-engine
Routing Engine status:
  Slot 0:
    Current state                  Master
    Election priority              Master (default)
    Temperature                 25 degrees C / 77 degrees F
    DRAM                       768 MB
    Memory utilization           8 percent
    CPU utilization:
      User                       0 percent
      Background                 0 percent
      Kernel                     1 percent
      Interrupt                  0 percent
      Idle                      99 percent
    Model                          RE-2.0
    Serial ID                      ba0000061779d601
    Start time                     2002-06-21 15:37:36 PDT
    Uptime                         2 days, 21 hours, 27 minutes, 25 seconds
    Load averages:                 1 minute   5 minute  15 minute
                                       0.00       0.00       0.00
Routing Engine status:
  Slot 1:
    Current state                  Backup
    Election priority              Backup (default)
    Temperature                 24 degrees C / 75 degrees F
    DRAM                       768 MB
    Memory utilization           9 percent
    CPU utilization:
      User                       0 percent
      Background                 0 percent
      Kernel                     0 percent
      Interrupt                  0 percent
      Idle                      99 percent
    Model                          RE-2.0
    Serial ID                      270000078ba48501
    Start time                     2002-06-17 14:30:21 PDT
    Uptime                         6 days, 22 hours, 34 minutes, 28 seconds

To verify SSB status, use the show chassis SSB command. Sample command output from an M10 router is as follows:


user@host> show chassis ssb
SSB status:
Slot 0 information:
  State                          Backup
Slot 1 information:
  State                          Master
  Temperature                 29 degrees C / 84 degrees F
  CPU utilization              1 percent
  Interrupt utilization        0 percent
  Heap utilization             8 percent
  Buffer utilization          43 percent
  Total CPU DRAM              64 MB
  Internet Processor I           Version 1, Foundry IBM, Part number 3
  Start time:                    2002-06-21 15:38:53 PDT
  Uptime:                        2 days, 21 hours, 26 minutes, 26 seconds

Table 26 provides an example of jnxFruContent objects in the jnxFruTable for an M160 router.

Table 26: jnxFruContents Objects in the jnxFruTable of an M160 Router

Index

L1

L2

L3

Name

Type

Slot

State

Temp

Offline

PowerOff

PowerOn

Uptime

2

1

0

0

PEM 0

powerEntryModule

1

Online

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:12.83

6906955

2

2

0

0

PEM 1

powerEntryModule

2

Online

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:12.83

6906955

4

1

0

0

Front top blower

fan

1

Present

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

4

2

1

0

Fan tray front left

fan

2

Present

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

4

2

2

0

Fan tray front right

fan

2

Present

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

4

2

3

0

Fan tray rear left

fan

2

Present

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

4

2

4

0

Fan tray rear right

fan

2

Present

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

4

3

0

0

Rear top blower

fan

3

Present

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

4

4

0

0

Rear bottom blower

fan

4

Present

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

6

1

1

0

SFM 0 SPP

switchingAnd- ForwardingMode

1

Online

35

None

0:00:03.13

0:00:00.00

0

6

1

2

0

SFM 0 SPR Internet Processor II

switchingAnd ForwardingMode

1

Online

35

None

0:00:03.13

0:00:00.00

0

6

2

1

0

SFM 1 SPP

switchingAnd ForwardingMode

2

Empty

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

6

2

2

0

SFM 1 SPR

switchingAndFor wardingMode

2

Empty

0

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

6

3

1

0

SFM 2 SPP

switchingAnd ForwardingMode

3

Online

44

None

0:00:03.20

 

0:00:00.00

0

6

3

2

0

SFM 2 SPR Internet Processor II

switchingAnd ForwardingMode

3

Online

44

None

0:00:03.20

 

0:00:00.00

0

6

4

1

0

SFM 3 SPP

switchingAnd ForwardingMode

4

Offline

0

Config-ured to power off

0:00:03.22

 

0:00:00.00

0

6

4

2

0

SFM 3 SPR

switchingAnd ForwardingMode

4

Offline

0

Config-ured to power off

0:00:03.22

0:00:00.00

0

7

1

0

0

FPC @ 0/*/*

flexiblePic Concentrator

1

Offline

0

Config-ured to power off

0:00:02.28

0:00:00.00

0

7

2

0

0

FPC @ 1/*/*

flexiblePic Concentrator

2

Offline

0

Error

0:13:08.12

0:00:00.00

0

7

3

0

0

FPC @ 2/*/*

flexiblePic Concentrator

3

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None

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7

4

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0

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FPC @ 4/*/*

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6

0

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8

0

0

FPC @ 7/*/*

flexiblePic Concentrator

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0:00:00.00

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8

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portInterfaceCard

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8

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2

0

PIC: @ 0/1/*

portInterface Card

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40

None

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8

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3

0

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portInterfaceCard

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40

None

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0

8

1

4

0

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portInterfaceCard

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Online

40

None

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0:00:00.00

0

8

2

1

0

PIC: @ 1/0/*

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Online

46

None

0:00:00.00

0:00:00.00

0

8

2

2

0

PIC: @ 1/1/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Online

46

None

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0:00:00.00

0

8

2

3

0

PIC: @ 1/2/*

portInterfaceCard

2

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46

None

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0:00:00.00

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8

2

4

0

PIC: @ 1/3/*

portInterfaceCard

2

Online

46

None

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0:00:00.00

0

8

3

1

0

PIC: @ 2/0/*

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0

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0

8

3

2

0

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3

0

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8

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4

0

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portInterfaceCard

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8

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1

0

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8

4

2

0

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4

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8

4

3

0

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8

4

4

0

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4

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0

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8

5

1

0

PIC: @ 4/0/*

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5

Online

30

None

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0:00:00.00

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8

5

2

0

PIC: @ 4/1/*

portInterfaceCard

5

Online

30

None

0:00:02.32

0:00:00.00

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8

5

3

0

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portInterfaceCard

5

Online

30

None

0:00:02.32

0:00:00.00

0

8

5

4

0

PIC: @ 4/3/*

portInterfaceCard

5

Online

30

None

0:00:02.32

0:00:00.00

0

8

6

1

0

PIC: @ 5/0/*

portInterfaceCard

6

Online

41

None

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0:00:00.00

0

8

6

2

0

PIC: @ 5/1/*

portInterfaceCard

6

Online

41

None

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0:00:00.00

0

8

6

3

0

PIC: @ 5/2/*

portInterfaceCard

6

Online

41

None

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0:00:00.00

0

8

6

4

0

PIC: @ 5/3/*

portInterfaceCard

6

Online

41

None

0:00:02.34

0:00:00.00

0

8

7

1

0

PIC: @ 6/0/*

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7

Empty

0

None

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8

7

2

0

PIC: @ 6/1/*

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7

Empty

0

None

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0:00:00.00

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8

7

3

0

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7

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0

None

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8

7

4

0

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portInterfaceCard (11)

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Empty

0

None

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0:00:00.00

0

8

8

1

0

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