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Hardware Installation and Maintenance Guide

CloudEngine 8800, 7800, 6800, and 5800

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Appendix A Indicators

Appendix A Indicators

Indicators on the Switch Panel

The following table describes only the indicators that you need to check when installing the CE8800&7800&6800&5800 series switches. For details about indicators on the CE8800&7800&6800&5800 series switches, see Indicator Description in the CloudEngine 8800&7800&6800&5800 Hardware Description.

Table 14-1 Indicators on the switch panel

Indicator

Color

Description

SYS: system status indicator

-

Off: The system is not running.

Green

  • Fast blinking: The system is starting.

  • Slow blinking: The system is running normally.

Red

Steady on:
  • The system fails to start.
  • A power module does not work normally.
  • A fan module does not work normally.
  • The total power consumption of cards in the switch exceeds the rated power of the power modules.

ID: ID indicator

Blue

  • Off: The ID indicator is not used (default state).

  • Steady on: The indicator identifies the device for maintenance. The ID indicator can be turned on or off remotely to help field engineers find the device to maintain.

MST: stack master/slave indicator

-

Off: The switch is not a stack master.

Green

  • Steady on: The switch is a stack master or standalone switch.

  • Blinking: The switch is working in SVF mode.

Yellow

Steady on: A master election error or another type of error has occurred in the stack.

NOTE:

This indicator state is not supported in V100R005C00 and later versions.

Power Module Indicator

Table 14-2, Table 14-3, Table 14-4, Table 14-5, and Table 14-6 describe the indicator on AC, DC, and high-voltage DC power modules of the CE8800&7800&6800&5800 series switches.

Table 14-2 Indicator on 150 W (PAC-150WA)/350 W/600 W AC power modules

Indicator

Color

Description

STATUS: running status indicator

Green

  • Off: The AC power input is abnormal (for example, no input, overvoltage, or undervoltage) or the AC power output is abnormal (for example, overvoltage, overcurrent, short-circuit, or overtemperature).
  • Steady on: The power module is working normally.
Table 14-3 Indicator on a 150 W (ES0W2PSA0150) AC power module

Indicator

Color

Description

STATUS: running status indicator

Green

  • Off: The power input is abnormal (for example, no input, overvoltage, or undervoltage) or the power output is abnormal (for example, undervoltage or overtemperature).
  • Steady on: The power module is working normally.
  • Blinking: The power output is abnormal (for example, output overvoltage, overcurrent, or short circuit).
Table 14-4 Indicator on a 350 W/1200 W DC power module

Indicator

Color

Description

STATUS: running status indicator

Green

  • Off: The DC power input is abnormal (for example, no input, overvoltage, or undervoltage) or the DC power output is abnormal (for example, overvoltage, overcurrent, short-circuit, or overtemperature).
  • Steady on: The power module is working normally.
Table 14-5 Indicator on the 600 W/1200 W AC&240 V DC power module

Indicator

Color

Description

STAT: running status indicator

-

Off: The power module receives no power input.

Green

  • Steady on: The power module is working normally.
  • Blinking: The power module is in loading or standby state, or the power cable has been connected but the power module is not installed in the switch.

Red

Steady on:
  • Fans of the power module fail.
  • The power module is in overtemperature protection state.
  • The power input is abnormal (input undervoltage or input overvoltage).
  • The power output is abnormal (output overcurrent, output short-circuit, or output overvoltage).
Table 14-6 Indicator on the 600 W/1200 W high-voltage DC power module

Indicator

Color

Description

STAT: running status indicator

-

Off: The power module receives no power input.

Green

  • Steady on: The power module is working normally.
  • Blinking: The power module is in loading or standby state, or the power cable has been connected but the power module is not installed in the switch.

Red

Steady on:
  • Fans of the power module fail.
  • The power module is in overtemperature protection state.
  • The power input is abnormal (input undervoltage or input overvoltage).
  • The power output is abnormal (output overcurrent, output short-circuit, or output overvoltage).

Fan Module Indicator

Table 14-7 describes the indicator on the FAN-40EA/FAN-40SB/FAN-40HA/FAN-040A series fan modules.

Table 14-7 Indicator on the FAN-40EA/FAN-40SB/FAN-40HA/FAN-040A series fan modules

Indicator

Color

Description

STATUS: running status indicator

-

Off: The fan module is not running.

Green

  • Slow blinking: The fan module is working properly and communicating normally with the system.

  • Fast blinking: The fan module is working properly but has not established communication with the system.

Red

  • Steady on: The fan module has a hardware fault and must be replaced.

  • Blinking: An alarm has been generated, and you need to handle it accordingly. Common causes of this alarm include errors of dual in-line package (DIP) switches, short circuits, fan blades blocked, and fault of the fan module.

Table 14-8 describes the indicator on the FAN-060A series fan modules.

Table 14-8 Indicator on the FAN-060A series fan modules

Indicator

Color

Description

STAT: running status indicator

-

Off: The fan module is not running.

Green

  • Slow blinking: The fan module is working properly and communicating normally with the system.

  • Fast blinking: The fan module is working properly but has not established communication with the system.

Red

  • Steady on: The fan module has a hardware fault and must be replaced.

  • Blinking: An alarm has been generated, and you need to handle it accordingly. Common causes of this alarm include short circuits, fan blades blocked, and fault of the fan module.

Table 14-9 describes the indicator on the FAN-180A series fan modules.

Table 14-9 Indicator on the FAN-180A series fan modules

Indicator

Color

Description

STAT: running status indicator

-

Off: The fan module is not running.

Green

Blinking: The fan module is working properly.

Red

  • Steady on: The fan module has a hardware fault and must be replaced.

  • Blinking: An alarm has been generated, and you need to handle it accordingly. Common causes of this alarm include short circuits, fan blades blocked, and fault of the fan module.

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