CX312 indicators

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The CX312 supports the following indicators:

? Stacking status indicator (SATA):
Off: The switch module is not powered on.
Blinking green (the first 10 times): The switch module is being powered on.
Blinking green: The switch module is standby in stacking mode and is operating properly.
Steady green: The switch module is active in stacking mode or is not stacked, and is operating properly.

? Health status indicator (HLY):
Off: The switch module is not powered on.
Steady green: The switch module is operating properly.
Blinking red (1 Hz): A major alarm is generated.
Blinking red (4 Hz): A critical alarm is generated.
Blinking red (5 Hz): The switch module is not securely installed.

Offline button/indicator (OFL): currently invalid (reserved)

? Data transmission status indicator for the 10GE optical port:
Off: No data is being transmitted over the port.
Blinking orange: Data is being sent or received over the port.

? Connection status indicator for the 10GE optical port:
Off: The port is not connected or not properly connected.
Steady green: The port is properly connected.

Other related questions:
CX312 ports
The CX312 provides the following external ports: ? One BMC serial port, which is used for logging in to the BMC CLI. ? One SYS serial port, which is used for local management, maintenance, and GE switching plane commissioning. ? Twenty-four 10GE optical ports or six 40GE optical ports, which are used for exchanging data with external networks. The CX312 provides the following internal ports: ? Thirty-two 10GE ports, which are connected to half-width compute node slots 1 to 16. ? One 40GE port, which is used to interconnect the 10GE switching planes on switch modules in slots 1E and 4E or in slots 2X and 3X. ? Two GE ports, which are connected to the two MM910s respectively for communicating with the internal ports eth0 and eth2 on the MM910s.

Indication of the red alarm indicator on the Metro 1000
If the alarm indicator on the Metro 1000 is steady red, a critical alarm is generated. You need to check it on the NMS.

Meaning of colors of interface indicators on the S1700
For details about the meaning of each color of the indicators on the S1700, click S1700 Products Description and choose Hardware Structure > Indicator.

Indication when the SRV indicator on the TOM board is red
The SRV indicator is a service alarm indicator. The indicator status is described as follows: On (green): The service is normal. On (red): A critical or major service alarm is present. On (yellow): A minor or remote service alarm is present. Off: No service is configured.

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