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JRR200 Chassis

JRR200 Route Reflector Chassis Front Panel

Figure 1 shows the front panel of the JRR200 route reflector.

Figure 1: JRR200 Route Reflector Front PanelJRR200 Route Reflector Front Panel

Table 1 lists the components on the front panel of the JRR200 route reflector.

Table 1: JRR200 Route Reflector Components on the Front Panel





Management port

Gigabit Ethernet port to connect to the device over the network.


USB ports

Two USB 2.0 ports that accept a USB storage device.


HA ports

The two HA ports are not supported on the JRR200 route reflector.


SFP+ ports

Eight 1-Gigabit Ethernet/10-Gigabit Ethernet SFP+ ports for network traffic.



Indicate component and system status at a glance.


Console port

Connects a laptop to the JRR200 route reflector for CLI management. The port uses an RJ-45 serial connection, is configured as DTE, and supports the RS-232 (EIA-232) standard.


RESET button

Returns the JRR200 route reflector to the factory-default configuration.

JRR200 Route Reflector Chassis Status LEDs

Figure 2 shows the chassis status LEDs that are located on the front panel of the JRR200 route reflector. Table 2 describes the LEDs.

Figure 2: JRR200 Route Reflector Chassis Status LEDsJRR200 Route Reflector Chassis Status LEDs
Table 2: JRR200 Route Reflector Chassis Status LEDs




  • Solid green—receiving power


  • Solid green—operating normally

  • Solid red—critical alarm

    • Hardware component failure

    • Software module failure

    • Fan failure (atleast one)

  • Blinking red—noncritical alarm

  • Off—the system is not receiving power


  • Blinking green—indicates hard disk drive (SSD) activity

Management Port LEDs

The management port has two LEDs that indicate link activity and status of the management port.

Table 3 describes the LEDs.

Table 3: Management Port LEDs



Link/Activity (LED on the left)

  • Solid amber—A link is established, but there is no activity on the link.

  • Blinking amber—There is link activity.

  • Off—There is no link established.

Speed (LED on the right)

  • Solid green—100-Mbps link is established.

  • Solid amber—1000-Mbps link is established.

  • Off—There is no link established.

Network Port LEDs

Each SFP+ port has two status LEDs located above the port. Table 4 describes the LEDs. Figure 3 shows the LEDs.

Figure 3: Network Port LEDsNetwork Port LEDs
Table 4: Network Port LEDs





Link (LED on the left)

  • Solid green—There is link activity.

  • Off—There is no link established.


Speed/Activity (LED on the right)

  • Solid amber—10G/1G link is established.

  • Blinking amber—There is activity on the 10G/1G link.

  • Off—There is no link established.

JRR200 Route Reflector Chassis Rear Panel

Figure 4 shows the rear panel of the JRR200 Route Reflector. Table 5 lists and describes the rear panel components.

Figure 4: JRR200 Route Reflector Rear PanelJRR200 Route Reflector Rear Panel
Table 5: JRR200 Route Reflector Rear Panel Components





Grounding point

Connects the JRR200 route reflector chassis to earth ground.


Power switch

Use the Power switch to power on or power off the JRR200 route reflector.


Alarm Off button

Use this button to turn off an alarm triggered because of an abnormal DC output voltage caused by any of the following:

  • Only one power supply unit is plugged in.

  • The AC power cord is not plugged in.

  • The power supply unit is not functional and there is no DC output.


ESD point

For personal safety, while working on the JRR200 route reflector, use the ESD outlet to plug in an ESD grounding strap to prevent your body from sending static charges to the route reflector.


Fan trays

Four fan trays for cooling the JRR200 route reflector and its components. Each fan tray contains two fans.

Three fan trays are required for proper air flow across the chassis internal components. The fourth fan tray provides redundancy.


Power supply

Two power supply slots. Each power supply contains a power cord outlet. Two 650-W DC or AC power supplies are provided with the JRR200 route reflector.

JRR200 Route Reflector Physical Specifications

The JRR200 Route Reflector chassis is a rigid sheet metal structure that houses all the components. Table 6 lists the physical specifications of the chassis.

Table 6: Physical Specifications of the JRR200 Route Reflector Chassis



Chassis height

1.75 in. (4.45 cm)

Chassis width

17.48 in. (44.40 cm)

Chassis depth

25 in. (63.50 cm)


  • JRR200 route reflector with 2 AC power supplies: 29 lb (13.16 kg)

  • JRR200 route reflector with 2 DC power supplies: 28.8 lb (13.06 kg)

You can mount the JRR200 route reflector on a standard 19-in. four-post rack or in a standard 19-in. enclosed cabinet.