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Front Panel Schematic

(1) Temp LED

(2) Power 1 LED

(3) Status LED

(4) Master LED

(5) Power 2 LED

(6) FAN Status LED

(7) RJ45 port 

(8) SFP Combo port

(9) SFP+ port

(10) USB port

 (11) RJ45 Console port

(12) Management Ethernet port

(13) Reset button

(14)7-DIGIT Stack LED

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Rear Panel Schematic

(1) PSU(Power Supply Unit)

(2) PSU LED

(3) FAN1

(4) FAN2

(5) SFP+ MODULE port

(6) Stacking port

Switch System Characteristics

Mechanical dimension

Standard 1U chassis high

Management port

1

RJ45 Console port

1

RJ45 port

24

Combo port*

2

SFP+ port

2

SFP+ MODULE port*

2

Stacking port*

2

7-DIGIT Stack LED

1

Temp LED

1

Power 1 LED

1

Power 2 LED

1

Status LED

1

Master LED

1

FAN Status LED

1

USB port

1

Reset button

1

PSU

2

FRU(Fan Removable Unit)

2

Working environment temperature

0ºC~75ºC

 

*Combo port

Ge-1/1/23 and Ge-1/1/24 ports are combo ports that support 1G port speed. A combo port consists of a GE electrical interface and a GE optical interface on the device panel. The multiplexed electrical and optical interfaces share one internal forwarding interface and cannot work at the same time. When one interface works, the other interface is disabled.

NOTE:

The electrical port has a higher priority, that is, as long as the electrical port is plugged in, the electrical port takes effect but the optical port is invalid.


*Stacking port

The stacking ports on the rear panel are used as normal SFP+ service ports which support 10G speed. The port numbers of the stacking ports are Te-1/1/27 and Te-1/1/28.

 

*SFP+ MODULE port

N3024EP-ON has one slot for 20G module at the rear side. The module slot can be plugged in 2x10G SFP+, or 2x10G 10G Base-T modules. The port numbers of the SFP+ MODULE are Te-1/1/29 and Te-1/1/30.


NOTE:

  •   It requires restarting the system when you plug-in or plug-out the module slot.
  •   Delete the user configuration files /pica/config/pica_startup.boot and /pica/config/pica.conf when you plug out the module slot and before restarting PICOS.
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