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S9300, S9300E, and S9300X Series Switches Hardware Installation and Maintenance Guide

This document describes hardware installation procedures of the S9300, S9300E, and S9300X series switches, troubleshooting methods for common hardware faults, and switch maintenance instructions.
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Appendix A List of Indicators

Appendix A List of Indicators

Power Module Indicators

Table 14-1 lists the indicators on power modules and describes the meaning of each indicator state.

Table 14-1  Description of power module indicators

Module

Indicator

Color

Description

  • 800 W AC power module

  • 2200 W AC power module (W2PSA2230)

  • 2200 W DC power module

RUN

Green

Steady on: The power input is normal.

ALM

Yellow

Steady on: The power module has stopped supplying power due to overtemperature, input overvoltage, input undervoltage, or output overcurrent.

Blinking: Communication with the monitoring device (MCU or CMU) has been interrupted.

FAULT

Red

Steady on: The power module is experiencing an unrecoverable failure.

  • 1600 W DC power module

  • 2400 W DC power module

INPUT

Green

Steady on: The input power is normal.

Off: No input power is available.

OUTPUT

Green

Steady on: The output power of the power module is in the normal range.

Off: The power module provides no output power.

ALARM

Red

Steady on: The protection circuit has failed.

Off: The protection circuit is functioning normally.

  • 3000 W AC power module

  • 3000 W high-voltage DC power module

INPUT

Green

Steady on: The input power of the power module is in the normal range.

Blinking: The power module is in an input undervoltage or input overvoltage condition.

Off: The power module receives no input power.

OUTPUT

Green

Steady on: The output power of the power module is in the normal range.

Off: The power module provides no input power.

ALARM

Red

Steady on: The power voltage is experiencing overtemperature, external short circuit, output overvoltage, output overcurrent, or a fan failure.

Blinking: Communication between the power module and CMU is interrupted.

Off: The power module is working normally.

MPU Indicators

Table 14-2 lists the indicators on an MPU and describes the meaning of each indicator state.

Table 14-2  Description of MPU indicators

Indicator

Name

Color

Status

Description

CSS ID CSS ID indicator Green Steady on The CSS ID of the local chassis is N.
- Off The chassis is not running the CSS service.
CSS MASTER CSS MASTER indicator Green Steady on The card is the active main control unit of the cluster.
- Off The card is not the active main control unit of the cluster.
SYNC SYNC indicator Green Steady on The switch supports time and clock synchronization, and a clock daughter card has been installed in the main control unit.
- Off The switch supports time and clock synchronization, but no daughter card is installed.
USB USB indicator Green Steady on USB-based deployment of the card has been completed.
Green Fast blinking The card is reading data from a USB flash drive.
Yellow Steady on The card has finished reading data from the USB flash drive. You can remove the USB flash drive now.
Red Steady on The card fails to connect to the network management system (NMS) or fails to register with the NMS.
Red Fast blinking An error has occurred when the card is executing the configuration file or reading data from the USB flash drive.
- Off No USB flash drive is connected to the card, the USB port on the card is damaged, or the indicator is damaged.
OFL OFL indicator Red Steady on The card has been separated from the system and can be removed from the chassis.
Red Blinking The card is being separated from the system and cannot be removed from the chassis.
- Off The card is running and cannot be removed from the chassis.
RUN/ALM Running status indicator Green Steady on The card has been powered on, but the software is not running.
Green Slow blinking The card software is running properly.
Green Fast blinking The card software is starting.
Red Steady on The card has failed, and the fault requires manual intervention.
Yellow Steady on The card is powered off.
ACT Active/standby status indicator Green Steady on The card is the active main control unit of the switch.
- Off The card is the standby main control unit of the switch.

CMU Indicators

Table 14-3 lists the indicators on a CMU and describes the meaning of each indicator state.

Table 14-3  Description of CMU indicators

Indicator

Name

Color

Status

Description

RUN/ALM Running status indicator Green Slow blinking The card software is running properly.
Green Fast blinking The card software is unregistered.
Red Steady on The card has failed, and the fault requires manual intervention.
Red Slow blinking The switch is reporting an alarm. For example, a CMU, fan module, or power module on the switch fails.
Red Fast blinking The input power is insufficient.
ACT Active/standby status indicator Green Steady on The card is the active CMU.
- Off The card is the standby CMU.

Service Card Indicators

Table 14-4 lists the indicators on a service card and describes the meaning of each indicator state.

Table 14-4  Description of service card indicators

Indicator

Name

Color

Status

Description

RUN/ALM Running status indicator Green Steady on The card has been powered on, but the software is not running.
Green Slow blinking The card software is running properly.
Green Fast blinking The card software is starting.
Red Steady on The card has failed, and the fault requires manual intervention.
Yellow Steady on The card is in power-off state. (For example, the card has been forcibly powered off using the power off command or is about to start.)

SFU Indicators

Table 14-5 lists the indicators on a SFU and describes the meaning of each indicator state.

Table 14-5  Description of SFU indicators

Indicator

Name

Color

Status

Description

OFL OFL indicator Red Steady on The SFU has been separated from the system and can be removed from the chassis.
Red Blinking The SFU is being separated from the system and cannot be removed from the chassis.
- Off The SFU is running and cannot be removed from the chassis.
RUN/ALM Running status indicator Green Steady on The card has been powered on, but the software is not running.
Green Slow blinking The card software is running properly.
Green Fast blinking The card software is starting.
Red Steady on The card has failed, and the fault requires manual intervention.
Yellow Steady on The card is in power-off state. (For example, the card has been forcibly powered off using the power off command or is about to start.)

Fan Module Indicator

Table 14-6 lists the indicator on a fan module and describes the meaning of each indicator state.

Table 14-6  Description of fan module indicator

Indicator

Name

Color

Status

Description

RUN/ALM Running status indicator Green Slow blinking The fan module is working and communicating with the system normally.
Green Fast blinking The fan module is working normally but is not communicating with the system.
Red Slow blinking An alarm was generated. You must determine whether to replace the fan module, depending on the actual situation.
Red Steady on The fan module has a hardware failure and needs to be replaced.
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