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Management Panel of a QFX5100 Device

The management panel of the QFX5100 switch is found on the Field Replaceable Unit (FRU) end of the switch as shown in Figure 1 for 1 U switches and Figure 2 for the 2 U , QFX5100-96S switch. See Figure 3 and Figure 4 for FRUs and management panel detail.

Figure 1: QFX5100 Switch, FRU End 1 U Product SKUsQFX5100 Switch, FRU End 1 U Product SKUs
  1

Management panel

  3

Power supply units

  2

Fan modules

 
Figure 2: QFX5100-96S, FRU EndQFX5100-96S, FRU End
Figure 3: Management Panel Components on 1 U QFX5100Management Panel Components on 1 U QFX5100
  1

Status LEDs

  4

em0–RJ-45 (1000 Base-T) management Ethernet port (C0)

Some SKUs have an additional SFP management Ethernet port (second C0)

  2

em1–SFP management Ethernet port (C1)

Cage (socket for either 1 GbE copper SFP or fiber SFP)

  5

RJ-45 console port (CON) )

  3

Reset button, see caution statement below

  6

USB port

CAUTION:

Do not use the Reset button to restart the power sequence unless under the direction of Juniper Networks Technical Assistance Center (JTAC).

Figure 4: Management Panel Components on the QFX5100-96SManagement Panel Components on the QFX5100-96S
  1

Status LEDs

  4

em0–RJ-45 (1000 Base-T) management Ethernet port (C0)

  2

em1–SFP management Ethernet port (C1)

Cage (socket for either 1 GbE copper SFP or fiber SFP)

  5

RJ-45 console port (C0N) )

  3

Reset button, see caution statement above

  6

USB port

The management panel consists of the following components:

  • Status LEDs

    • ALM–Alarm

      • Unlit indicates the switch is halted or that there is no alarm.

      • Red indicates a hardware fault, such as a power failure or a system shutdown due to system over-heating.

      • Amber indicates a major or minor alarm.

    • SYS–System

      • Unlit indicates the switch is powered off or halted.

      • Solid green indicates that Junos OS for QFX Series is loaded on the switch.

      • Blinking green indicates the switch is:

        • A participating member in a Virtual Chassis.

        • A participating leaf device in a Virtual Chassis Fabric (VCF).

        • A participating spine device in a VCF.

        • A Routing Engine Primary in a VCF.

        • A Routing Engine Backup in a VCF.

    • MST–Primary in a QFX Virtual Chassis or Routing Engine Primary in a VCF

      • Unlit indicates the switch is a line card member in a Virtual Chassis.

      • Solid green indicates the switch is:

        • A standalone switch

        • In the primary role in a QFX Virtual Chassis

        • Is the routing engine primary in a VCF

      • Blinking green indicates the switch is the backup primary in a Virtual Chassis or the backup routing engine in a VCF.

    • ID–Identification or beacon

      • Unlit indicates the beacon feature is not enabled.

      • Blinking blue indicates the beacon feature is enabled. This feature is enabled using the request chassis beacon command.

  • Switch product number

  • Management Ports C0 and C1

    • C0–Use the RJ-45 connectors for 10/100/1000 BaseT or to cable a virtual management Ethernet (VME) interface for spine members in a VCF. See Connect a Device to a Network for Out-of-Band Management.

      Note:

      For product SKUs with C0 available in both copper and fiber, the copper C0 has priority over fiber C0.

    • C1–Use the SFP connector for 1000 BaseX.

  • USB port for image updates.

  • Console port (RJ-45) to support RS-232 serial ports. The LEDs above the port indicate status and link.