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ACX7509 Flexible PIC Concentrators

SUMMARY The JNP-FPC-20Y, JNP-FPC-16C, and JNP-FPC-4CD Flexible PIC Concentrators (FPCs) in an ACX7509 router send and receive packets.

The ACX7509 router supports three types of Flexible PIC Concentrators (FPCs) that are installed vertically in the front of the chassis: JNP-FPC-20Y, JNP-FPC-16C, and JNP-FPC-4CD. The ACX7509 chassis has nine FPC slots, but the chassis supports only eight FPCs in slots FPC 0 through 7. Slot 8 is empty.

FPCs are hot-removable and hot-insertable field-replaceable units (FRUs)—you can remove and replace them without powering off the router or disrupting router functions.

Table 1 shows the Ethernet port rates supported with different optics types on the FPCs.

Table 1: Ethernet Port Rates on the FPCs
Port Speed Optics Chassis Slots Supported Number of Slots Ethernet Ports on the FPCs Total Number of Ports

1GE

SFP

0/2/3/4/6/7

6

20

120

10GE

SFP+

0 -7

8

20

160

QSFP+

0 -7

8

32 = (8x (4x 10GE BO))

256

25GE

SFP28

0 -7

8

20

160

QSFP28

0 -7

8

32 = (8x (4x 25GE BO))

256

40GE

QSFP+

0 -7

8

16

128

50GE

SFP56

1 & 5

2

20

40

0/2/3/4/6/7

6

10

60

Total

8

Total

100

QSFP56-DD

1 & 5

2

32 = (4x (8x 50GE BO))

64

100GE

QSFP28

1 & 5

2

16

32

0/2/3/4/6/7*

6

8*

48

Total

8

Total

80

QSFP56-DD

1 & 5

2

16 =(4x (4x 100GE BO))

32

200GE

QSFP56

1 & 5

2

4

8

400GE

QSFP56-DD

1 & 5

2

4

8

Note:

When JNP-FPC-16C (16x100G) FPC is plugged into FPC slot 7, port 13 will not be supported as it is used for PTP Functionality.

The JNP-FPC-20Y Flexible PIC Concentrator

Figure 1: JNP-FPC-20Y JNP-FPC-20Y
  1
PWR status LED
  3
STS FPC status LED
  2
Online/Offline button
 
Table 2: JNP-FPC-20Y Specifications

Software release

Junos OS Evolved 21.4R1

Description

  • Height x Width x Depth: 1.74 in. (4.43 cm) x 6.6 in. (17 cm) x 7.87 in. (20 cm)

  • Model number: JNP-FPC-20Y

  • Name in the CLI: JNP-FPC-20Y

  • Number of ports: 20 (1 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE), 10 GbE, 25 GbE, or 50 GbE)

  • Optic Connectors: SFP ( small form-factor pluggable), SFP+, SFP28, or SFP56

ACX7509 chassis slots supported

Slot numbers FPC 0 - 7

Hardware features

  • Line rate of up to 1.6 Tbps through-put per FPC when installed in slot 1 or 5 of the chassis and 800 Gbps of throughput when installed in other slots.

  • Uses three PHY devices to send and receive packets to SFP56 modules from a switching ASIC (on the FEB card).

  • The PHY supports Precision Time Protocol (PTP) timing and supports Media Access Control Security (MACsec) and non-MACsec modes at all different speeds.

Software features

Inline MACsec on all ports. The MACsec feature is supported on Layer 1 and can be configured based on software configuration or license.

Power requirements

  • Typical power requirement - 70W (without optics)

  • Worst case power requirement - 74W (with optics)

LEDs

Network LEDs

Each network port has a single tricolored LED that indicates link activity and status.

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

A transceiver is not present in the port, or the link is down because of signal loss.

Green

On steadily

A link is established.

Amber

On steadily

The link is down because of a remote error or because the port was disabled through the CLI.

Red

On steadily

The port has a hardware failure or link down.

FPC Status LEDs

Power PWR bi-color red/green LED:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

No power.

Green

On steadily

The FPC has power and is operating correctly.

Red

On steadily

The FPC has a fault condition.

Status STS bi-color red/green LED:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

The FPC is disabled or offline.

Green

On steadily

The FPC has power and is operating correctly.

Green

Blinking

The FPC is booting or going offline.

Yellow

On steadily

The FPC has a fault condition.

Online/Offline button

You can use this button to power off/on the FPC.

Cables and connectors

You can use the Hardware Compatibility Tool to find information about the pluggable transceivers supported on your Juniper Networks device.

The JNP-FPC-16C Flexible PIC Concentrator

Figure 2: JNP-FPC-16C JNP-FPC-16C
  1
PWR status LED
  3
STS FPC status LED
  2
Online/Offline button
 
Table 3: JNP-FPC-16C Specifications

Software release

Junos OS Evolved 21.4R1

Description

  • Height x Width x Depth: 1.74 in. (4.43 cm) x 6.6 in. (17 cm) x 7.87 in. (20 cm)

  • Model number: JNP-FPC-16C

  • Name in the CLI: JNP-FPC-16C

  • Number of ports: 16 (40 GbE or 100 GbE )

  • Optic Connectors: Each port supports QSFP+ or QSFP28

ACX7509 chassis slots supported

Slot numbers FPC 0 - 7

Hardware features

  • Line rate of up to 1.6 Tbps through-put per FPC when installed in slot 1 or 5 of the chassis and 800 Gbps of throughput when installed in other slots.

  • Uses four PHY devices to send and receive packets to QFSP28 modules from a switching ASIC (on the FEB card).

  • The PHY supports PTP timing and supports MACsec and non-MACsec modes at all different speeds.

Port speed

Cable options

Optics type

100G

1X100G

QSFP28

40G

1X40G

QSFP

25G

4X25G breakout

QSFP28

10G

4X10G breakout cable

QSFP

Software features

Inline MACsec on all ports. The MACsec feature is supported on Layer 1 and can be configured based on software configuration.

Power requirements

  • Typical power requirement - 122W (without optics)

  • Worst case power requirement - 133W (with optics)

LEDs

Network LEDs

Each network port has a single tricolored LED that indicates link activity and status. The red, amber, or green LED has different interpretations depending on whether the port is channelized and whether the beacon feature is activated on the port. If the beacon feature is activated, the port blinks.

Nonchannelized:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

A transceiver is not present in the port, or the link is down because of signal loss.

Green

On steadily

A link is established.

Amber

On steadily

The link is down because of a remote error or because the port was disabled through the CLI.

Red

On steadily

The link is down because the port has a hardware failure.

Channelized:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

All channels are down because of signal loss.

Green

On steadily

A link is established and all channels are up.

Amber

On steadily

Applies to all other cases.

Red

On steadily

The link is down because of a hardware failure or a local error.

FPC Status LEDs

Power PWR bi-color red/green LED:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

No power.

Green

On steadily

The FPC has power and is operating correctly.

Red

On steadily

The FPC has a fault condition.

Status STS bi-color yellow/green LED:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

The FPC is disabled or offline.

Green

On steadily

The FPC has power and is operating correctly.

Green

Blinking

The FPC is booting or going offline.

Yellow

On steadily

The FPC has a fault condition or alarm.

Online/Offline button

You can use this button to power off/on the FPC.

Cables and connectors

You can use the Hardware Compatibility Tool to find information about the pluggable transceivers supported on your Juniper Networks device.

The JNP-FPC-4CD Flexible PIC Concentrator

Figure 3: JNP-FPC-4CD JNP-FPC-4CD
  1
PWR status LED
  3
STS FPC status LED
  2
Online/Offline button
 
Table 4: JNP-FPC-4CD Specifications

Software release

Junos OS Evolved 21.4R1

Description

  • Height x Width x Depth: 1.74 in. (4.43 cm) x 6.6 in. (17 cm) x 7.87 in. (20 cm)

  • Model number: JNP-FPC-4CD

  • Name in the CLI: JNP-FPC-4CD

  • Number of ports: 4 (200 GbE or 400 GbE)

  • Optic Connectors: Each port supports QSFP56 or QSFP56-DD

ACX7509 chassis slots supported

Slot numbers 1 and 5

Hardware features

  • Line rate of up to 1.6 Tbps throughput per FPC.

  • Uses four PHY devices to send and receive packets to QFSP56 modules from a switching ASIC (on the FEB card).

  • The PHY supports PTP timing and supports MACsec and non-MACsec modes at all different speeds.

Port speed

Cable options

Optics type

400G

4X100G

QSFP56-DD

200G

1X200G

QSFP56

 

2X100G breakout cable

QSFP56-DD

Software features

Inline MACsec on all ports. The MACsec feature is supported on Layer 1 and can be configured based on software configuration.

Power requirements

  • Typical power requirement - 102W (without optics)

  • Worst case power requirement - 114W (with optics)

LEDs

Network LEDs

Each network port has a single tricolored LED that indicates link activity and status. The red, amber, or green LED has different interpretations depending on whether the port is channelized and whether the beacon feature is activated on the port. If the beacon feature is activated, the port blinks.

Nonchannelized:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

A transceiver is not present in the port, or the link is down because of signal loss.

Green

On steadily

A link is established.

Amber

On steadily

The link is down because of a remote error or because the port was disabled through the CLI.

Red

On steadily

The link is down because the port has a hardware failure.

Channelized:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

All channels are down because of signal loss.

Green

On steadily

A link is established and all channels are up.

Amber

On steadily

Applies to all other cases.

Red

On steadily

The link is down because of a hardware failure or a local error.

FPC Status LEDs

Power PWR bi-color red/green LED:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

No power.

Green

On steadily

The FPC has power and is operating correctly.

Red

On steadily

The FPC has a fault condition.

Status STS bi-color red/green LED:

Color

State

Description

Unlit

Off

The FPC is disabled or offline.

Green

On steadily

The FPC has power and is operating correctly.

Green

Blinking

The FPC is booting or going offline.

Online/Offline button

You can use this button to power off/on the FPC.

Cables and connectors

You can use the Hardware Compatibility Tool to find information about the pluggable transceivers supported on your Juniper Networks device.