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PTX10004 Line Card Components and Descriptions

The line cards in PTX10004 routers combine a Packet Forwarding Engine and Ethernet interfaces in a single assembly. Line cards are field-replaceable units (FRUs) that can be installed in the line-card slots on the front of the router chassis. The JNP10004-SF line cards are hot-insertable and hot-removable—you can remove and replace them without powering off the router or disrupting router functions.

PTX10K-LC1201-36CD Line Card

Specifications of the PTX10K-LC1201-36CD Line Card

Figure 1: PTX10K-LC1201-36CD Port PanelPTX10K-LC1201-36CD Port Panel
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36 ports of 400GbE (QSFP56-DD)
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PWR LED, STS LED, and OFF reset button
Table 1: PTX10K-LC1201-36CD Summary

Software release

Junos OS Evolved for PTX Series Release 20.3R1

Description

  • Weight: 31 lb (14.06 Kg)

  • Model number: PTX10K-LC1201-36CD

  • Name in the CLI: PTX10K-LC1201

  • Number of ports: 36

Prerequisites

For PTX10008 running Junos OS Evolved:

  • Switch fabric: JNP10008-SF3

  • RCB: JNP10K-RE1-E or JNP10K-RE1-128G-E

  • Fan tray: JNP10008-FAN2

  • Fan tray controller: JNP10008-FTC2

  • Power supplies: JNP10K-PWR-AC2 or JNP10K-PWR-DC2

For PTX10004 running Junos OS Evolved:

  • Switch fabric: JNP10004-SF3

  • RCB: JNP10K-RE1-E or JNP10K-RE1-128G-E

  • Fan tray: JNP10004-FAN2

  • Fan tray controller: JNP10004-FTC2

  • Power supply: JNP10K-PWR-AC2 or JNP10K-PWR-DC2

Hardware features

  • Line-rate throughput of up to 14.4 Tbps on PTX10008 and PTX10004 routers

  • Juniper custom silicon ASICs for increased scaling of bandwidth, subscribers, and services

  • You can channelize the ports using breakout cables to speeds of 200-Gbps, 100-Gbps, 50-Gbps, 25-Gbps, or 10-Gbps.

Software features

Inline Media Access Control Security (MACsec) on all ports

Power requirements

At 25° C, 1600 W

At 55° C, 1775 W

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, not channelized, or whether the beacon is activated. If the beacon feature is activated on the port, the port blinks.

Nonchannelized:

  • Unlit, off: A transceiver is not present in the port or the link is down because of a loss of signal.

  • 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.

Channelized:

  • Unlit, off: All channels are down because of loss of signal.

  • 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.

Line Card Status LEDs

Power PWR bi-color red/green LED:

  • Unlit, off: Power is not present.

  • Green, on steadily: The line card has power and is operating correctly.

  • Red, on steadily: The line card has a fault condition.

Status STS bi-color red/green LED:

  • Unlit, off: The line card is disabled or offline.

  • Green, on steadily: The line card has power and is operating correctly.

  • Green, blinking: Either the line card is booting or beacon is active.

  • Red, on steadily: The line card has a fault condition.

  • Red, blinking: Beacon is active.

Cables and connectors

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 PTX Series is located at PTX Series Supported Transceivers.

Serial Number Location

The serial number ID label for a line card is located on the connector end of the card. See Figure 2.

Figure 2: Line Card Serial Number LocationLine Card Serial Number Location

PTX10K-LC1201-36CD Network Ports

The QSFP56-DD ports support:

  • 400GbE transceivers (QSFP56-DD)

  • 400GbE active optic cables (AOCs) (QSFP56-DD)

  • 4 x 100GbE transceivers (QSFP56-DD)

  • 2 x 100GbE transceivers (QSFP28-DD)

  • 100GbE transceivers (QSFP28)

  • 100GbE AOCs (QSFP28)

  • 40GbE transceivers (QSFP+)

PTX10K-LC1202-36MR Line Card

Specifications of the PTX10K-LC1202-36MR Line Card

PTX10K-LC1202-36MR is a 36-port line card, which provides a line rate throughput of 4.8 Tbps. The line card has thirty-two QSFP28 ports, each capable of supporting a maximum speed of 100 Gbps, and four QSFP56-DD ports, each capable of supporting a maximum speed of 400 Gbps.

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Status LED, power LED, and offline button. Power LED (PWR), status LED (STS), and offline button (OFF).
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Network port LEDs
Figure 3: PTX10K-LC1202-36MR - Network PortsPTX10K-LC1202-36MR - Network Ports

In Figure 3, the highlighted ports support 400 Gbps speed. The non-highlighted ports support 100 Gbps speed.

Software release

Junos OS Evolved Release 20.4R1 with Junos Continuity.

Description

  • Model number: PTX10K-LC1202-36MR

  • Name in the CLI: JNP10K-LC1202

  • Number of ports: 36

  • Weight: 21 lb (9.5 kg)

  • Dimensions:

    • Height = 1.9 in. (4.8 cm)

    • Width = 17.2 in. (43.68 cm)

    • Depth = 21.3 in (54.1 cm)

Prerequsites

On the PTX10008 routers running Junos OS Evolved:

  • Switch fabric: JNP10008-SF3

  • Routing and Control Board (RCB): JNP10K-RE1-E, JNP10K-RE1-E128, or JNP10K-RE1-ELT

  • Fan tray: JNP10008-FAN2

  • Fan tray controller: JNP10008-FTC2

  • Power supply: JNP10K-PWR-AC2 or JNP10K-PWR-DC2

On the PTX10004 routers running Junos OS Evolved:

  • Switch fabric: JNP10004-SF3

  • RCB: JNP10K-RE1-E, JNP10K-RE1-E128, or JNP10K-RE1-ELT

  • Fan tray: JNP10004-FAN2

  • Fan tray controller: JNP10004-FTC2

  • Power supply: JNP10K-PWR-AC2 or JNP10K-PWR-DC2

Hardware features

  • Provides 32 QSFP28 ports, each capable of supporting 100 Gbps speed, and four QSFP56-DD ports, each capable of supporting up to 400 Gbps speed.

  • Line-rate throughput of up to 4.8 Tbps.

  • The ports 4, 10, 24, and 30 are the 400GbE (QSFP56-DD) ports, while the rest of the ports (ports 0 through 3, 5 through 9, 11 through 23, 25 through 29, and 31 through 35) are 100GbE (QSFP28) ports.

  • Juniper Networks custom silicon ASICs for increased scaling for bandwidth, subscribers, and services.

  • By using breakout cables, you can channelize:

    • Each 400GbE port to two or four 100GbE ports, four or eight 25GbE ports, or four 10GbE ports.

    • Twenty-eight 100GbE ports (out of the 32 ports) to four 25GbE ports, or four 10GbE ports.

    Note:

    The ports 1, 3, 19, and 21 are disabled if the preceding ports (0, 2, 18, and 20) are not in 100-Gbps mode. This means, out of the 36 ports on the PTX10K-LC1202-36MR line card, only 32 ports are available to be configured 4x25GbE and 4x10 GbE ports.

Software features

  • Support for Media Access Control Security (MACsec).

Power requirements

Power consumption at different temperatures:

  • 740 W at 25°C

  • 750 W at 40°C

LEDs

Network LEDs

Each network port has one tricolored LED that indicates link activity and status. The red, amber, or green indicator has different interpretations depending on whether the port is channelized, not channelized, or whether the beacon feature is activated. If the beacon feature is activated on the port, the port blinks.

Network Port LEDs (Nonchannelized)

Tricolor

  • Unlit, off: A transceiver is not present in the port or the link is down because of a loss of signal.

  • 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 of a hardware failure or a local error.

Network Port LEDs (Channelized)

Tricolor

  • Unlit, off: All channels are down because of loss of signal.

  • Green, on steadily: A link is established and all channels are up.

  • Amber, on steadily: Applies to all other cases.

  • Red, on steadily: The port has a hardware failure.

Line-Card Status LEDs

The line card has a power (PWR) LED and a status (STS) LED.

Power LED:

  • Off: Power is not present.

  • Green, on steadily: The line card has power and is operating correctly.

  • Red, on steadily: The line card has a fault condition.

Status LED:

  • Off: The line card is disabled or offline.

  • Green, on steadily: The line card is online and operating correctly.

  • Green, blinking: The line card is booting.

  • Red, on steadily: The line card has a fault condition.

Cables and connectors

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 PTX Series is located at PTX Series Supported Transceivers.

PTX10K-LC1202-36MR Network Ports

The QSFP56-DD ports (ports 4, 10, 24, and 30) on the PTX10K-LC1202-36MR line card support:

  • 1x400GbE transceivers (QSFP56-DD)

  • 4x100GbE transceivers (QSFP56-DD)

  • 2x100GbE transceivers (QSFP28-DD)

  • 8x25GbE transceivers (QSFP28-DD)

  • 1x100GbE transceivers (QSFP28)

  • 4x25GbE transceivers (QSFP28)

  • 4x10GbE transceivers (QSFP+)

The QSFP28 ports (ports 0 through 3, 5 through 9, 11 through 23, 25 through 29, and 31 through 35) on the PTX10K-LC1202-36MR line card support:

  • 1x100GbE transceivers (QSFP28)

  • 4x25GbE transceivers (QSFP28)

  • 4x10GbE transceivers (QSFP+)

PTX10K-LC1202-36MR Port Numbering

Figure 4: Port numbering for PTX10K-LC1202-36MR (PTX10004)Port numbering for PTX10K-LC1202-36MR (PTX10004)

Figure 4 shows an example of the port numbering for the PTX10K-LC1202-36MR line card used in the slot 3 of the PTX10004 line card.

PTX10004 Cable Management System

You can use the PTX10004 cable management system (see Figure 5) to route optical cables away from the line-card ports for better airflow through the chassis. Using this optional system also makes it easier to use cable ties or strips to organize the cabling.

Figure 5: PTX10004 Cable Management SystemPTX10004 Cable Management System

The cable management system comprises a set of handle extensions and a tray that snaps to the extensions (see Figure 6) for an individual line card. You can use the handle extensions with or without the cable tray. You don’t need to remove the handle extensions if you want to remove a line card.

Figure 6: Cable Management PartsCable Management Parts
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Handle extensions
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Cable tray

Cables are draped across or under the handle extensions and then secured with cable wraps (see Figure 7).

Figure 7: Two Cable Management Systems Installed on a PTX10004Two Cable Management Systems Installed on a PTX10004