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FusionStorage OBS 7.0 Administrator Guide 06

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Checking Indicators on a Switch

Checking Indicators on a Switch

This section describes indicators of a switch.

Checking Indicators and Buttons on a CE6855-48S6Q-HI Switch

This section introduces how to check the operating status of a CE6855-48S6Q-HI switch by observing indicators on the switch.

Procedure

Check the status of indicators on the front and rear panels of the switch to determine the health status of each module.

Exception Handling

If an exception occurs in a switch module, see the switch documents for troubleshooting. Obtain the documents as follows:

For enterprise users, log in to http://support.huawei.com/enterprise. For carrier users, log in to http://support.huawei.com/carrier/. Enter CloudEngine 6800 in the search box, click the path displayed below the search box to enter the product page, and then search for and download the desired documentation.

Indicators

Figure 3-17 shows the indicators and buttons on the front panel.

Figure 3-17 Indicators and buttons on the front panel

1

STATUS indicator of the power supply

2

Power button

3

STATUS indicator of the fan module

4

ID indicator

5

L/A indicator

6

ACT indicator

7

MST indicator

8

SYS indicator

Figure 3-18 shows the indicators and buttons on the rear panel.

Figure 3-18 Indicators and buttons on the rear panel

1

Service port indicator (10GE optical port)

2

Service port indicator (40GE optical port)

3

10GE mode sequence number indicator of the 40GE port (1, 2, 3, or 4)

4

ID indicator

5

MST indicator

6

SYS indicator

Table 3-33 describes the indicators on the front and rear panels of the CE6855-48S6Q-HI switch.

Table 3-33 Indicator descriptions

Name

Color and Status

Description

SYS indicator

Off

The storage system is not running.

Green

  • Fast blinking: The storage system is starting.
  • Slow blinking: The storage system is correctly operating.

Steady red

  • The storage system is incorrectly started.
  • An alarm is generated on the power supply.
  • An alarm is generated on the fan.

MST indicator

Off

The device is not the primary stacking device.

Steady green

The device is a primary stacking device or is not stacked.

ID indicator

Off

The ID indicator is off by default.

Steady blue

Operation and maintenance personnel can remotely turn on or turn off the ID indicator so that on-site engineers can locate the device.

Service port indicator (10GE optical port)

NOTE:

Arrowheads show the positions of ports. A down arrowhead indicates a port at the bottom, and an up arrowhead indicates a port at the top.

Off (green)

No link has been established on the port or the port has been disabled.

Steady green

A link is established on the port.

Off (yellow)

The port is not sending or receiving data.

Blinking yellow

The port is sending or receiving data.

Service port indicator (40GE optical port)

NOTE:

Arrowheads show the positions of ports. A down arrowhead indicates a port at the bottom, and an up arrowhead indicates a port at the top.

Off

No link has been established on the port or the port has been disabled.

Steady green

A link is established on the port.

Blinking green

The port is sending or receiving data.

When a 40GE port is configured as four 10GE ports, this indicator shows the status of a 10GE port. The sequence number of the indicated 10GE port is identified by indicators 40GE Breakout 1/2/3/4 on the lower right corner of the panel.

NOTE:

Each 40GE port has a single-color indicator, which shows the status of the 40GE port by default.

10GE mode sequence number indicator of the 40GE port (1, 2, 3, or 4)

NOTE:

Indicators 1, 2, 3, and 4 are turned on in cyclic order, with each indicator keeping on for 5 seconds.

Off

40GE ports are working in 40GE mode and not divided into four 10GE ports.

Steady green

At least one 40GE port has been divided into four 10GE ports. When one or more 40GE ports are divided into four 10GE ports, these indicators identify the sequence numbers of the 10GE ports. A port indicator (3 in Figure 3-18) shows the status of a 10GE port converted from the corresponding 40GE port:

  • When indicator 1 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the first 10GE port derived from the corresponding 40GE port.
  • When indicator 2 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the second 10GE port derived from the corresponding 40GE port.
  • When indicator 3 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the third 10GE port derived from the corresponding 40GE port.
  • When indicator 4 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the fourth 10GE port derived from the corresponding 40GE port.

ACT indicator

Off

The USB flash drive is not used for deployment by default.

Green

  • Steady on: Deployment is completed using a USB flash drive.
  • Blinking at 0.5 Hz: The data on the USB flash drive is being read.

Steady red

The USB-based deployment fails.

L/A indicator

Off

No link is established on the port.

Green

  • Steady on: The link is normal.
  • Blinking at 15 Hz: The port is receiving or sending data.

STATUS indicator of the power supply

Off

The input is abnormal, such as without power input, overvoltage, and undervoltage, or the output is abnormal, such as undervoltage and overheating.

Steady green

Normal

STATUS indicator of the fan module

Off

The fan module is not operating.

Green

  • Blinking at 0.5 Hz: The fan module is correctly operating and communicating.
  • Blinking at 4 Hz: The fan module is correctly operating but cannot correctly communicate.

Red

  • Steady on: The fan module is faulty.
  • Blinking at 0.5 Hz: An alarm is generated on the fan module. The causes for this problem include DIP switch errors, short circuits, fan blocking, and fan faults.

Checking Indicators and Buttons on a CE6865-48S8CQ-EI Switch

This section introduces how to check the operating status of a CE6865-48S8CQ-EI switch by observing indicators on the switch.

Procedure

Check the status of indicators on the front and rear panels of the switch to determine the health status of each module.

Exception Handling

If an exception occurs in a switch module, see the switch documents for troubleshooting. Obtain the documents as follows:

For enterprise users, log in to http://support.huawei.com/enterprise. For carrier users, log in to http://support.huawei.com/carrier/. Enter CloudEngine 6800 in the search box, click the path displayed below the search box to enter the product page, and then search for and download the desired documentation.

Indicators

Figure 3-19 shows the indicators and buttons on the front panel.

Figure 3-19 Indicators and buttons on the front panel

1

SYS indicator

2

MST indicator

3

ACT indicator

4

L/A indicator

5

ID indicator

-

-

Figure 3-20 shows the indicators and buttons on the rear panel.

Figure 3-20 Indicators and buttons on the rear panel

1

SYS indicator

2

MST indicator

3

ID indicator

4

Service port indicator (25GE optical port)

5

Service port indicator (100GE optical port)

6

100GE Breakout 1/2/3/4 (sequence number indicators of 25GE ports converted from a 40GE/100GE port)

Table 3-34 describes the indicators on the front and rear panels of the switch.

Table 3-34 Switch indicator descriptions

Name

Color and Status

Description

SYS indicator

Off

The storage system is not running.

Green

  • Fast blinking: The storage system is starting.
  • Slow blinking: The storage system is correctly operating.

Steady red

  • The storage system is incorrectly started.
  • An alarm is generated on the power supply.
  • An alarm is generated on the fan.

MST indicator

Off

The device is not the primary stacking device.

Steady green

The device is a primary stacking device or is not stacked.

ID indicator

Off

The ID indicator is off by default.

Steady blue

Operation and maintenance personnel can remotely turn on or turn off the ID indicator so that on-site engineers can locate the device.

Service port indicator (25GE optical port)

NOTE:

Each 25GE optical port has two single-color indicators. The one on the left is the ACT indicator (yellow), and the one on the right is the LINK indicator (green).

Arrowheads show the positions of ports. A down arrowhead indicates a port at the bottom, and an up arrowhead indicates a port at the top.

Off (green)

No link has been established on the port or the port has been disabled.

Steady green

A link is established on the port.

Off (yellow)

The port is not sending or receiving data.

Blinking yellow

The port is sending or receiving data.

Service port indicator (100GE optical port)

NOTE:

Arrowheads show the positions of ports. A down arrowhead indicates a port at the bottom, and an up arrowhead indicates a port at the top.

Off

No link has been established on the port or the port has been disabled.

Steady green

A link is established on the port.

Blinking green

The port is sending or receiving data.

When a 100GE port is configured as four 25GE ports, this indicator shows the status of a 25GE port. The sequence number of the indicated port is identified by indicators 100GE Breakout 1/2/3/4 on the lower right corner of the panel.

NOTE:

Each 100GE port has a single-color indicator, which shows the status of the 100GE port by default.

100GE Breakout 1/2/3/4 (sequence number indicators of 25GE ports converted from a 100GE port)

NOTE:

Indicators 1, 2, 3, and 4 are turned on in cyclic order, with each indicator keeping on for 5 seconds.

Off

100GE ports work in 100GE mode and are not split into four 25GE ports.

Steady green

At least one port works in 25GE mode and is split into four 25GE ports. When one or more 100GE ports are split into four 25GE ports, these indicators identify the sequence numbers of the 25GE ports. A port indicator (6 in Figure 3-20) shows the status of a 25GE port converted from the corresponding 100GE port:

  • When indicator 1 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the first 25GE port derived from the corresponding 100GE port.
  • When indicator 2 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the second 25GE port derived from the corresponding 100GE port.
  • When indicator 3 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the third 25GE port derived from the corresponding 100GE port.
  • When indicator 4 is on, each port indicator shows the status of the fourth 25GE port derived from the corresponding 100GE port.

ACT indicator

Off

The USB flash drive is not used for deployment by default.

Green

  • Steady on: Deployment is completed using a USB flash drive.
  • Blinking at 0.5 Hz: The data on the USB flash drive is being read.

Steady red

The USB-based deployment fails.

L/A indicator

Off

No link is established on the port.

Green

  • Steady on: The link is normal.
  • Blinking at 15 Hz: The port is receiving or sending data.

STATUS indicator of the power supply

Off

The input is abnormal, such as without power input, overvoltage, and undervoltage, or the output is abnormal, such as undervoltage and overheating.

Steady green

Normal

STATUS indicator of the fan module

Off

The fan module is not operating.

Green

  • Blinking at 0.5 Hz: The fan module is correctly operating and communicating.
  • Blinking at 4 Hz: The fan module is correctly operating but cannot correctly communicate.

Red

  • Steady on: The fan module is faulty.
  • Blinking at 0.5 Hz: An alarm is generated on the fan module. The causes for this problem include DIP switch errors, short circuits, fan blocking, and fan faults.

Checking Indicators and Buttons on a CE5855-48T4S2Q-EI Switch

This section introduces how to check the operating status of a CE5855-48T4S2Q-EI switch by observing indicators on the switch.

Procedure

Check the status of indicators on the front and rear panels of the switch to determine the health status of each module.

Exception Handling

If an exception occurs in a switch module, see the switch documents for troubleshooting. Obtain the documents as follows:

For enterprise users, log in to http://support.huawei.com/enterprise. For carrier users, log in to http://support.huawei.com/carrier/. Enter CloudEngine 5800 in the search box, click the path displayed below the search box to enter the product page, and then search for and download the desired documentation.

Indicators

Figure 3-21 shows the buttons and indicators on the front panel of CE5855.

Figure 3-21 Buttons and indicators on the front panel of CE5855

1

STATUS indicator of the power supply

2

Power button

3

STATUS indicator of the fan module

4

ID indicator

5

L/A indicator

6

ACT indicator

7

MST indicator

8

SYS indicator

Figure 3-22 shows buttons and indicators on the rear panel of CE5855.

Figure 3-22 Buttons and indicators on the rear panel of CE5855

1

SYS indicator

2

MST indicator

3

STAT indicator

4

SPEED indicator

5

STACK indicator

6

MODE button/ID indicator

7

Service port indicator (GE electrical port)

8

10GE mode sequence number indicator of the 40GE port (1, 2, 3, or 4)

9

Service port indicator (40GE optical port)

10

Service port indicator (10GE optical port)

Table 3-35 describes indicators on the front and rear panels.

Table 3-35 Indicator descriptions of the switch

Indicator/Button

Color

Description

SYS indicator

Off

The system is not running.

Green

  • Fast blinking: The system is starting.
  • Slow blinking: The system is running properly.

Steady red

  • The system fails to start.
  • At least one power module does not work normally.
  • At least one fan module does not work normally.

MST indicator

Off

The switch is not a stack master.

Steady green

The switch is a stack master or standalone switch.

STAT indicator

Off

The STAT mode is not selected.

Steady green

The STAT mode (default mode) is selected, and service port indicators show the link connection states and link activity on ports.

SPEED indicator

Off

The SPEED mode is not selected.

Steady green

The SPEED mode is selected, and service port indicators show the speed of each port.

STACK indicator

Off

The STACK mode is not selected.

Steady green

The STACK mode is selected, and service port indicators show the stack member ID or leaf ID of the local switch.

MODE/ID: mode switch button and ID indicator

NOTE:

The mode switch button on the rear panel is integrated with the ID indicator. There is only an ID indicator and no mode switch button on the front panel.

Mode switch button: -

  • When you press the MODE button once, the SPEED indicator turns green and service port indicators show the speed of each port.
  • When you press the MODE button a second time, the STACK indicator turns green and service port indicators show the stack member ID of the local switch.
  • When you press the button a third time, the STAT indicator turns green (default mode) and service port indicators show the link connection states and link activity on ports.

If you do not press the MODE button within 45 seconds, the service port indicators restore to the default mode. In this case, the STAT indicator is steady green, the SPEED and STACK indicators are off.

ID indicator: Off

The ID indicator is not used (default state).

ID indicator: Steady blue

The indicator identifies the switch to maintain. The ID indicator can be turned on or off remotely to help field engineers find the switch to maintain.

Service port indicator (GE electrical port)

NOTE:

The indicator on the left indicates the port at the top, and the indicator on the right indicates the port at the bottom.

The meaning of the service port indicators varies according to the current mode. For details, see Table 3-36.

Service port indicator (10GE optical port)

NOTE:

Each 10GE optical port has two single-color indicators. The one on the left is the ACT indicator (yellow), and the one on the right is the LINK indicator (green).

Arrowheads show the positions of ports. A down arrowhead indicates a port at the bottom, and an up arrowhead indicates a port at the top.

The meaning of the service port indicators varies according to the current mode. For details, see Table 3-36.

Service port indicator (40GE optical port)

NOTE:

Arrowheads show the positions of ports. A down arrowhead indicates a port at the bottom, and an up arrowhead indicates a port at the top.

The meaning of the service port indicators varies according to the current mode. For details, see Table 3-36.

When a 40GE port is configured as four 10GE ports, this indicator shows the status of a 10GE port. The sequence number of the indicated 10GE port is identified by indicators 40GE Breakout 1/2/3/4.

NOTE:

Each 40GE port has a single-color indicator, which shows the status of the 40GE port by default.

If a 40GE port is not split and is connected to four 10GE ports on a remote device using a one-to-four high-speed cable, the 40GE port cannot go Up and its indicator is off.

10GE mode sequence number indicator of the 40GE port (1, 2, 3, or 4)

NOTE:

Indicators 1, 2, 3, and 4 are turned on in cyclic order, with each indicator keeping on for 5 seconds.

Off

40GE ports are working in 40GE mode and not divided into four 10GE ports.

Green

Steady on: At least one 40GE port has been split into four 10GE ports.

When one or more 40GE ports are configured as four 10GE ports, these indicators identify the sequence numbers of the 10GE ports. A 40GE port indicator (8 in Figure 3-22) shows the status of a 10GE port converted from the 40GE port:

  • When Breakout indicator 1 is on, each 40GE port indicator shows the status of the first 10GE port converted from the corresponding 40GE port.
  • When Breakout indicator 2 is on, each 40GE port indicator shows the status of the second 10GE port converted from the corresponding 40GE port.
  • When Breakout indicator 3 is on, each 40GE port indicator shows the status of the third 10GE port converted from the corresponding 40GE port.
  • When Breakout indicator 4 is on, each 40GE port indicator shows the status of the fourth 10GE port converted from the corresponding 40GE port.

ACT indicator

Off

USB-based deployment is disabled (default state).

Green

  • Steady on: Deployment is completed using a USB flash drive.
  • Blinking: The system is reading data from a USB flash drive.

Steady red

The USB-based deployment fails.

L/A indicator

Off

No link is established on the port.

Green

  • Steady on: A link is established on the port.
  • Blinking: The port is sending or receiving data.

Table 3-36 describes the meanings of Ethernet electrical port indicators in different modes.

Table 3-36 Service port indicators in various modes

Display Mode

Port

Color

Description

STAT

GE electrical port

Off

The port is not connected or has been shut down.

Green

  • Steady on: A link is established on the port.
  • Blinking: The port is sending or receiving data.

10GE optical port

Off (green)

The port is not connected or has been shut down.

Steady green

A link is established on the port.

Off (yellow)

The port is not sending or receiving data.

Blinking yellow

The port is sending or receiving data.

SPEED

GE electrical port

Off

The port is not connected or has been shut down.

Green

  • Steady on: The port speed is 10/100 Mbit/s.
  • Blinking: The port speed is 1000 Mbit/s.

10GE optical port

Off

The port is not connected or has been shut down.

Green

  • Steady on: The port speed is 1000 Mbit/s.
  • Blinking: The port speed is 10 Gbit/s.

40GE optical port

Off

The port is not connected or has been shut down.

Green

  • Steady on: The 40GE port has been split into four 10GE ports.
  • Blinking: The port is working as a 40GE port.

STACK

Green

NOTE:

This row describes the states and meanings of port indicators on a switch working in stack mode.

  • Off: Port indicators do not show the stack member ID of the switch.
  • Steady on: If the indicator of a port is steady on, the port number is the stack member ID of the switch.
NOTE:

In STACK mode, a 10GE optical port has only its LINK indicator on (green).

Green

NOTE:

This row describes the states and meanings of port indicators on a switch working in super virtual fabric (SVF) mode.

  • Off: Port indicators do not show the leaf ID of the switch.
  • Steady on: If the indicator of a port is steady on, the port number indicates the leaf ID of the switch.
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