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show redundant-power-system led



Display information about fan status, Redundant Power System (RPS) status, and the switch connectors as displayed by the corresponding LEDs on the RPS.

Required Privilege Level


Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show redundant-power-system led command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show redundant-power-system led Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Level of Output


The serial number of the RPS.



Status of the RPS power supply fans as displayed by the LED:

  • Green—All RPS power supply fans are operating fine.

  • Amber—A fan has failed in at least one RPS power supply.

All levels

RPS System Status

Status of the RPS system as displayed by the LED:

  • Green—The RPS is active.

  • Blinking green—The RPS is booting.

  • Amber—An RPS power supply has failed.

  • Off—The RPS is off.

All levels

RPS Port LED Status

Status of the RPS switch connectors as displayed by the LEDs. These LEDs indicate whether the redundant power source is being used.

  • Green—The RPS connector is enabled and connected to a switch but the RPS is not actively backing up the switch.

  • Blinking green—The RPS is backing up the switch connected to the port.

  • Off—The RPS connector is not connected to a switch.

  • Amber—The RPS is oversubscribed and the backup power to the switch has failed.

All levels


Number of one of the six switch connectors on the RPS.

All levels


Status of each switch connector on the RPS.

All levels

Sample Output

show redundant-power-system led (Standalone Switch)

show redundant-power-system led (EX3300 Virtual Chassis)

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 12.1.