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JATP400 Chassis

JATP400 Appliance Front Panel Description

Figure 1 shows the front panel components of the JATP400 appliance.

Figure 1: JATP400 Front PanelJATP400 Front Panel

Table 1 lists the front panel components of the JATP400 appliance.

Table 1: JATP400 Front Panel Components

Callout

Component

Description

1

Front Bezel

Protects the appliance.

2

Lock

Locks the appliance.

3

Chassis LEDs

Provides the colors and states, and the status they indicate.

4

RESET button

Reboots the appliance.

5

Power button

Powers on or powers off the appliance.

Use the main power button to apply or remove power from the power supply to the server. Turning off system power with this button removes the main power but maintains standby power. To perform many maintenance tasks, you must also unplug system before servicing.

6

Hard drive

Four 2-TB hard disk drives.

Figure 2 shows the front panel LEDs of the JATP400 appliance.

Figure 2: JATP400 Front Panel LEDsJATP400 Front Panel LEDs

Table 2 lists the front panel LEDs of the JATP400 appliance.

Table 2: JATP400 Front Panel LEDs

Callout

LEDs

Description

1

UID

Depressing the UID (unit identifier) button illuminates an LED on both the front and rear of the chassis for easy system location in large stack configurations. The LED will remain on until the button is pushed a second time.

2

Information

  • Solid red—Indicates an overheat condition, which might be caused due to cable congestion.

    Tip:

    Check the routing of the cables if they are obstructing the airflow from the system.

  • Red (blinking)—Indicates a fan failure. Check for an inoperative fan.

  • Red (slowly blinking)—Indicates a power failure. That is, the power is received but the power supply is not functioning. Check for a non-operational power supply.

  • Solid blue —Indicates local User ID (UID) function is activated. Use this function to locate the server in a rack mount environment.

  • Blue (blinking)—Indicates Remote UID is on. Use this function to identify that the server is used from a remote location.

3

GLAN2

  • Flashing—Indicates network activity on LAN port 2.

  • Steady—Indicates link.

4

GLAN1

  • Flashing—Indicates network activity on LAN port 1.

  • Steady—Indicates link.

5

Hard drive

Indicates activity on a hard drive when flashing.

6

Power

For AC power supply:

  • Solid green—Indicates that the appliance is receiving power.

  • Solid amber—Indicates that the power supply is plugged in and turned off, or the system is off but in an abnormal state.

For DC power supply:

  • Solid green—Indicates that the appliance is receiving power.

  • Solid amber—Indicates that the power supply is plugged in and turned off, or the system is off but in an abnormal state.

  • Amber (blinking)—Indicates that the system power supply temperature has reached 63° C.

    Note:

    The system powers down automatically when the power supply temperature reaches 70° C and restarts when the power supply temperature goes below 60° C.

Table 3 lists the JATP400 hard disk drive port LEDs.

Table 3: JATP400 HDD Port LEDs

LEDs

Description

Activity (top)

  • Solid green—Indicates that the SAS drive is installed.

  • Green (blinking)—Indicates the I/O activity.

Status (bottom)

  • Solid red—Indicates failed drive for Serial Attached SCSI (SAS), Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA), or Non-volatile memory express (NVMe) with Rapid Storage Technology enterprise (RSTe) support.

  • Red (blinking):

    • At 1 Hz—Indicates rebuild drive for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

    • Two blinks and one stop at 1 Hz—Indicates hot spare for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

    • On for five seconds, then off—Indicates power on for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

    • At 4 Hz—Indicates identify drive for SAS/SATA with RSTe support.

  • Solid green—Indicates that it is safe to remove NVMe device.

  • Amber (blinking at 1 Hz)—Indicates attention state.

    Note:

    Do not remove NVMe device.

JATP400 Appliance Back Panel Description

Figure 3 shows the back panel components of the JATP400 appliance.

Figure 3: JATP400 Back PanelJATP400 Back Panel

Table 4 lists the back panel components of the JATP400 appliance.

Table 4: JATP400 Back Panel Components

Callout

Components

Description

1

Power supply

Provides power to all components.

2

USB port

Port 1 of USB 2.0.

3

Dedicated IPMI LAN port

One RJ-45 dedicated Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) LAN port.

4

USB port

Port 7 of USB 3.0.

5

GLAN1

10-Gigabit Ethernet LAN port (eth6).

Note:

This port is not supported.

6

GLAN2

10-Gigabit Ethernet LAN port (eth7).

Note:

This port is not supported.

7

1-Gigabit Ethernet LAN port

RJ-45 port, eth0, management interface.

8

1-Gigabit Ethernet LAN port

RJ-45 port, eth4.

eth1 when this port is used as 1-Gigabit Ethernet copper port.

9

1-Gigabit Ethernet LAN port

RJ-45 port, eth2, alternate exhaust interface.

Use the alternate exhaust interface for external connectivity in threat detection.

Note:

You can configure alternate exhaust interface only for Core or All-In-One appliance.

10

1-Gigabit Ethernet LAN port

RJ-45 port, eth3.

11

10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ port

eth5.

Note:

You can use this port as either Fiber or Copper port based on type of SFP used.

12

10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ port

eth1. By default, this port is a 10-Gigabit Ethernet fiber monitoring port.

Note:

You can change this port to 1-Gigabit Ethernet copper port for traffic monitoring through the following command:

# set traffic-monitoring-ifc 1gb_ifc

After you reboot the appliance, the eth4 interface becomes the eth1 interface and this port becomes eth4.

13

VGA port

One VGA port. Use this connection for VGA display.

14

USB port

Port 8 of USB 3.0.

15

USB port

Port 2 of USB 2.0.

16

COM port

One DB-9 COM port.

Note:

This port is not supported.

Figure 4 shows the back panel 10-Gigabit Ethernet port LEDs of the JATP400 appliance.

Figure 4: JATP400 10-Gigabit Ethernet Port LEDsJATP400 10-Gigabit Ethernet Port LEDs

Table 5 lists the JATP400 10-Gigabit Ethernet port LEDs.

Table 5: JATP400 10-Gigabit Ethernet Port LEDs

Callout

LEDs

Description

1

Link

  • Green—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 10 Gbps.

  • Amber—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 1 Gbps.

2

Activity

  • Green (blinking)—Indicates that there is activity on this port.

  • Off—Indicates no traffic.

Figure 5 shows the back panel 1-Gigabit Ethernet port LEDs of the JATP400 appliance.

Figure 5: JATP400 1-Gigabit Ethernet Port LEDsJATP400 1-Gigabit Ethernet Port LEDs

Table 6 lists the JATP400 1-Gigabit Ethernet port LEDs.

Table 6: JATP400 1-Gigabit Ethernet Port LEDs

Callout

LEDs

Description

1

Activity

  • Yellow (blinking)—Indicates that there is activity on this port.

  • Off—Indicates no activity.

2

Link

  • Solid amber—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 1000 Mbps.

  • Solid green—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 100 Mbps.

Table 7 lists the JATP400 IPMI port LEDs.

Table 7: JATP400 IPMI Port LEDs

LEDs

Description

Link (left)

  • Solid green—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 100 Mbps.

  • Solid amber—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 1 Gbps.

Activity (right)

Yellow (blinking)—Indicates link activity.

Table 8 lists the JATP400 SFP+ port LEDs.

Table 8: JATP400 SFP+ Port LEDs

LEDs

Description

Link (top)

  • Green—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 10 Gb.

  • Yellow—Indicates that the speed of the connection is 1 Gb.

Activity (bottom)

Green (blinking)—Indicates link activity.