User manual Juniper Networks ISG 2000

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Chapter 1 Overview  
LED  
Purpose  
Color  
Meaning  
MOD3  
green  
off  
Security module is installed.  
No card installed.  
FLASH  
Compact Flash  
Status  
green  
blinking green  
off  
PC card is installed in compact flash slot.  
Read-write activity is detected.  
Compact flash slot is empty.  
Note: To change the Alarm LED from red to green but keep the alarm message(s) in the  
menu system, use the CLI command clear led alarm.  
When you turn on the NetScreen-ISG 2000, the Status LED changes from off to blinking  
green. Startup takes around 90 seconds to complete. If you want to turn the NetScreen-  
ISG 2000 off and on again, wait a few seconds between shutting it down and powering it  
back up.  
Interface Modules  
The front of the NetScreen-ISG 2000 has four interface module bays. Each interface  
module has two, four, or eight ports, and each port has a pair of LEDs.  
Note: You can use both 10/100 and GBIC cards simultaneously for the same  
NetScreen-ISG 2000; there are no combination restrictions. However, the cards are not  
hot-swappable.  
1
0/100 Mbps Interface Module  
The 10/100 Mbps interface module is appropriate for a 10/100 Base-T LAN. Connect the  
ports using a twisted pair cable with RJ-45 connectors. (See “Connecting the Device to a  
Network” on page 24 for cabling guidelines.)  
Note: The NetScreen-ISG 2000 supports a maximum port count of 28. If there are  
8
-port 10/100 modules in each I/O slot, then ports five through eight, in slot 4, are  
disabled. Under this circumstance, these ports are unavailable for firewall and HA  
functions.  
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User’s Guide  

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