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MX10003 Interface Modules

MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate)

Software release

  • Junos OS release 17.3R1 and later

Description

  • Weight: 30 lb (13.61 kg) (net weight without blank panel and without any MIC in slot 1)

  • Model number: MX10003-LC2103

  • Power requirement:

    715 W at 55° C

    660 W at 25° C

  • Name in the CLI: LC2103

Hardware features

  • The MX10003 MPC is a 1.2-Terabit capable MPC with three Packet Forwarding Engine complexes (that is, three EA ASICs). The EA ASIC operates in 400G mode.

  • The Packet Forwarding Engine is based on the third generation of the Trio chpiset architecture---namely, the EA (Eagle) ASIC. The Packet Forwarding Engine offers 400 Gbps of WAN and fabric bandwidth each.

  • MX10003 MPC has six built-in QSFP+ optics ports, and one MIC slot.

  • Supports Multi-Rate Ethernet Modular Interface Card (MIC) (model numbers: JNP-MIC1 and JNP-MIC1-MACSEC), and the fixed-port PIC (6xQSFPP). For information about which MICs are supported on this MPC, see MIC/MPC Compatibility.

  • Supports maximum transmission units (MTUs) from 256 bytes through 16,000 bytes for transit traffic, and from 256 bytes through 9,500 bytes for host bound packets.

Software features

For more information about features supported on MX10003 MPC, see Protocols and Applications Supported by the MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate) on the MX10003 Router.

Cables and connectors

Tip:

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

The list of supported transceivers for the MX Series is located at https://pathfinder.juniper.net/hct/category/#catKey=100001&modelType;=All&pf;=MX+Series.

Power requirements

(without MICs)

  • At different temperatures:

    55° C: 715 W

    25° C: 660 W

LEDs

OK/FAIL LED, one bicolor:

  • Steady green—MPC is functioning normally and the link is up.

  • Off—MPC is plugged-in but not powered on.

  • Red—MPC has failed.

For information on the lane LEDs (Lo, L1, L2, and L3), see MPC and MIC Lane LED Scheme Overview.

Table 1 summarize the port speed capability of MX10003 MPCs.

Table 1: MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate) Port Speed

MIC

Port Number

Port Speed Supported

PIC 0

0-5

40 Gigabit Ethernet

4X10-Gigabit Ethernet

PIC 1

0-11

100 Gigabit Ethernet

40 Gigabit Ethernet

4X10-Gigabit Ethernet

MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate)

Software release

  • Junos OS release 21.3R1 and later

Description

  • Weight: 30 lb (13.61 kg) (net weight without blank panel and without any MIC in slot 1)

  • Model number: MX10003-LC2103-V2

  • Power requirement:

    725 W at 55° C

    665 W at 25° C

  • Name in the CLI: LC2103

Hardware features

  • The MX10003 MPC is a 1.2-Terabit capable MPC with three Packet Forwarding Engine complexes (that is, three EA ASICs). The EA ASIC operates in 400G mode.

  • The Packet Forwarding Engine is based on the third generation of the Trio chpiset architecture---namely, the EA (Eagle) ASIC. The Packet Forwarding Engine offers 400 Gbps of WAN and fabric bandwidth each.

  • MX10003 MPC has six built-in QSFP+ optics ports, and one MIC slot.

  • Supports Multi-Rate Ethernet Modular Interface Card (MIC) (model numbers: JNP-MIC1 and JNP-MIC1-MACSEC), and the fixed-port PIC (6xQSFPP). For information about which MICs are supported on this MPC, see MIC/MPC Compatibility.

  • Supports maximum transmission units (MTUs) from 256 bytes through 16,000 bytes for transit traffic, and from 256 bytes through 9,500 bytes for host bound packets.

Software features

For more information about features supported on MX10003 MPC, see Protocols and Applications Supported by the MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate) on the MX10003 Router.

Cables and connectors

Tip:

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

The list of supported transceivers for the MX Series is located at https://pathfinder.juniper.net/hct/category/#catKey=100001&modelType;=All&pf;=MX+Series.

Power requirements

(without MICs)

  • At different temperatures:

    55° C: 725 W

    25° C: 665 W

LEDs

OK/FAIL LED, one bicolor:

  • Steady green—MPC is functioning normally and the link is up.

  • Off—MPC is plugged-in but not powered on.

  • Red—MPC has failed.

For information on the lane LEDs (Lo, L1, L2, and L3), see MPC and MIC Lane LED Scheme Overview.

#id-mx10003-mpc-multirate__mpc-port-speed summarize the port speed capability of MX10003 MPCs.

Table 2: MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate) Port Speed

MIC

Port Number

Port Speed Supported

PIC 0

0-5

40 Gigabit Ethernet

4X10-Gigabit Ethernet

PIC 1

0-11

100 Gigabit Ethernet

40 Gigabit Ethernet

4X10-Gigabit Ethernet

MX10003 Port and Interface Numbering

In the physical part of the interface name, a hyphen (-) separates the media type from the MPC number (represented as an FPC in the CLI), and a slash (/) separates the logical PIC and port numbers:

type-fpc/pic/port

  • type—Media type, which identifies the network device. For example:

    • xe—10-Gigabit Ethernet interface

    • et—100-Gigabit Ethernet interfaces (40 and 100-Gigabit Ethernet interface)

    For a complete list of media types, see Interface Naming Overview in the MX Series 5G Universal Routing Platform Interface Module Reference guide.

  • fpc—Slot in which the MPC is installed, and are represented in the CLI as either FPC 0 or FPC 1.

  • pic—Logical PIC on the MIC. The number of logical PICs varies depending on the type of MIC.

  • port—Port number.

MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate) LEDs

The MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate) has LEDs located on the front panel.

Table 3 describes the link LEDs in more detail.

Table 3: MX10003 MPC (Multi-Rate) LEDs

LED Status

Color

State

Description

OK/FAIL

Green

On steadily

MPC is functioning normally and the link is up.

Off

MPC is plugged-in but not powered on.

Red

-

MPC has failed.

ONLINE

Green

-

MPC is online.

For information on the lane LEDs (Lo, L1, L2, and L3), see MPC and MIC Lane LED Scheme Overview.

Multi-Rate Ethernet MIC LEDs

For the Multi-Rate MICs supported by MX series routers, see Multi-Rate Ethernet MIC.

The Multi-Rate Ethernet Modular Interface Card (MIC) has link LEDs located on the front panel.

Table 4 describes the link LEDs in more detail.

Table 4: Multi-Rate Ethernet MIC LEDs

Color

State

Description

Green

On steadily

Link is up.

Off

No link.

Like port status LED, each individual lane LED support four states: OFF, AMBER, GREEN, RED. See MPC and MIC Lane LED Scheme Overview for more details.