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ACX7100-32C Chassis

Management Panel of ACX7100-32C Routers

The management panel of ACX7100-32C routers is located on the front of the router along with the interface ports. Figure 1 shows the management panel components on an ACX7100-32C router.

Figure 1: Management Panel Components on ACX7100-32C RoutersManagement Panel Components on ACX7100-32C Routers
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Management (MGMT) port
  4
USB port
  2
1-PPS and 10-MHz GPS input and output ports
  5
Status LEDs
  3
RESET button
  6
Console (CON) port. An optional GPS time of day (TOD) device is also supported. To connect to both a console and a TOD device simultaneously, you must use the breakout cable that is provided with the device.

The management panel on an ACX7100-32C router displays the router product number, and consists of the following components:

  • Status LEDs—ALM, SYS, MST, and ID LEDs.

  • Management (MGMT) port—10/100/1000BASE-T management port that uses an RJ-45 connector to connect to a management device for out-of-band management. See Connect an ACX7100-32C Router to a Network for Out-of-Band Management.

  • Console (CON) port—uses an RJ-45 connector to connect to a console management device. An optional GPS time of day (TOD) device is also supported. To connect to both a console and a TOD device simultaneously, you must use the breakout cable that is provided with the device.

    Note:

    If you connect to both console and ToD simultaneously using a breakout cable, you must ensure that you have not configured the log-out-on-disconnect statement at the [edit system ports console] hierarchy level.

  • USB port for image updates

  • Reset button to reset the device.

  • SMB connector ports that support 1-PPS and 10-MHz timing devices.

Management Port LEDs on ACX7100-32C Routers

The ACX7100-32C has one management port that has separate LEDs to indicate link status and link activity. The port is located on the management panel and is labeled MGMT. Figure 2 shows the location of the LEDs.

Figure 2: Management Port LEDs on an ACX7100-32C RouterManagement Port LEDs on an ACX7100-32C Router
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Link activity LED (RJ-45)
  2
Status LED (RJ-45)

Table 1 describes the management port LEDs on ACX7100-32C routers.

Table 1: Management Port LEDs on ACX7100-32C Routers

LED

Color

State

Description

Link activity LED

Green

Blinking

A link is established, and there is link activity.

Status LED

Unlit

Off

No link is established, or the port speed is 10Mbps.

Yellow

On steadily

The port speed is 100 Mbps.

Green

On steadily

The port speed is 1 Gbps.

Port Panel of ACX7100-32C Routers

The port panel of an ACX7100-32C router has the following port configurations:

  • Thirty-two quad small form-factor pluggable (QSFP28) transceivers (ports 0 through 31) that operate at 100-Gbps speed when you use QSFP28 transceivers or at 40-Gbps speed when you use QSFP+ transceivers.

    Note:

    You can configure port 31 as a 1-Gigabit SFP grandmaster port by using a QSA adapter to convert the QSFP28 port to a 1-Gigabit SFP port.

  • Four double density quad small-form factor pluggable (QSFP56-DD) ports (ports 32 through 35) that are configured as 400GbE ports by default.

    The QSFP56-DD network ports support:

    • QSFP56-DD transceivers

    • QSFP28-DD transceivers

    • QSFP28 transceivers

    • QSFP+ transceivers

    • Active optical cables (AOC)

    • Direct attach copper (DAC) cables

Figure 3 shows the port panel on an ACX7100-32C router.

Figure 3: ACX7100-32C Router Port PanelACX7100-32C Router Port Panel
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100GbE ports (32 QSFP28 ports)
  2
400GbE ports (4 QSFP56-DD ports)

Network Port LEDs on ACX7100-32C Routers

Each ACX7100-32C network port uses a single bicolored LED to indicate link status, activity on the link, or a fault condition. Figure 4 and Figure 5 show the location of the LEDs on an ACX7100-32C device.

Figure 4: QSFP56-DD Port LEDsQSFP56-DD Port LEDs
  1
Left port LED
  2
Right port LED
Figure 5: QSFP28 Port LEDsQSFP28 Port LEDs
  1
Upper port LED
  2
Lower port LED

The number next to the LED indicates the port number to which the LED belongs. All network port LEDs behave the same. Table 2 describes the network port LEDs on ACX7100-32C routers, their colors and states, and the status that they indicate.

Table 2: Network Port LEDs on ACX7100-32C Routers

LED Color

LED State

Description

Unlit

Off

The port is administratively disabled, there is no power, the link is down, or a transceiver is not present.

Green

On steadily

A link is established, and all channels are up.

Blinking

The beacon function is enabled on the port.

Amber

On steadily

One or more channels are up. At least one channel has activity, but not all connections are active.

Red

On steadily

All channels are down.

Chassis Status LEDs on ACX7100-32C Routers

The ACX7100-32C routers have four status LEDs that indicate the system status. You can find these LEDs to the right of the network ports (see Figure 6).

Figure 6: Chassis Status LEDs on an ACX7100-32C RouterChassis Status LEDs on an ACX7100-32C Router
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ALM (Alarm)
  3
MST (Primary)
  2
SYS (System)
  4
ID (Identification)

Table 3 describes the chassis status LEDs on ACX7100-32C routers, their colors and states, and the status that they indicate. You can view the colors of the three LEDs remotely through the CLI by issuing the operational mode command show chassis led.

Table 3: Chassis Status LEDs on ACX7100-32C Routers

Name

Color

State

Description

ALM—Alarm LED

Unlit

Off

The router is halted, or there is no alarm.

Red

On steadily

A major hardware fault has occurred, such as a temperature alarm or power failure, and the router has halted (except during a single rotor failure in a fan module). Switch off power to the router and unplug the power cords. Correct any voltage or site temperature issues, and allow the router to cool down. Power on the router, and monitor the power supply and fan LEDs to determine where the error is occurring.

Blinking

Indicates the presence of a major and a minor alarm.

 

Amber

On steadily

A minor alarm has occurred, such as a software error. Switch off power to the router and unplug the power cords. Power on the router, and monitor the status LEDs to ensure that Junos OS Evolved boots up properly.

Blinking

Indicates the presence of a major and a minor alarm.

SYS—System LED

Unlit

Off

The router is powered off or halted.

Green

On steadily

Junos OS Evolved is loaded on the router.

Blinking

The device is loading the Software or the device is powering off.

Slow blinking

The device is powering up.

MST—Primary LED

Unlit

Off

The router is a linecard member.

Green

On steadily

The router is a standalone router.

ID—Identification LED

Unlit

Off

The beacon feature is not enabled on the router. You can enable this feature by using the request chassis beacon command.

Blue

Blinking

The beacon feature is enabled on the router. You can disable this feature by using the request chassis beacon command.