LEDs of Cisco IE 2000 switch - Metasys - LIT-12013055 - Gateway/Router - Cisco Switch - 12.0

Cisco IE 2000 and IE 4010 Ethernet Switches for Metasys Networks Installation Instructions and Troubleshooting Guide

Brand
Metasys
Product name
Cisco Switch
Document type
Troubleshooting Guide
Document number
LIT-12013055
Version
12.0
Revision date
2022-07-08
Language
English
Figure 1. LEDs indicators of Cisco IE 2000 switch (16-port model)

Table 1. Cisco IE 2000 LED indicators
Callout LED name Color Normal Description/other conditions
1 Alarm Green or red Off or green

Off/green: Alarm Out is not configured or the switch is off.

Blinking red: major alarm detected.

Red: minor alarm detected.

2 USB console port Green Green

Green: port is active.

Off: port is inactive.

3 Express Setup Green or red Off

Displays the express setup mode, which is not described in this guide.

4 System Green or red Off or solid green

Off: powered off.

Blinking green: booting in progress.

Green: operating normally.

Red: not functioning properly.

5, 6 Power connector Green or red Green

Green: power present, operating normally.

Off: Power not present, system is not powered on.

Red: Power not present, power supply alarm configured.

7 100/100BASE-T traffic Green or amber Off, solid green, or blinking green

Off: no link, port not configured.

Solid green: link present.

Blinking green: data sent or being received.

Alternating green and amber: Link Fault.

Solid amber: port is disabled and is not forwarding data.

This condition can occur because of improperly terminated Ethernet cables.

Specific to MRP ring ports: if both ends of a chain of devices are terminated back to the two designated MRP ring ports on a switch, the forwarding port displays blinking green and the blocked port displays solid green. This combination of LED light status signifies the ring is closed or in a healthy state. If both ring ports display blinking green, the MRP ring is open or in a faulty state.

Note: After a port is newly connected or reconfigured, this LED is amber for approximately 30 seconds while STP checks the switch for possible loops.
8 SFP module Ethernet Green or amber Off/solid green/blinking green

Off: no link, port not configured.

Solid green: link present.

Blinking green: data sent or being received.

Alternating green and amber: Link Fault.

Solid Amber: port is disabled and is not forwarding data.
Note: After a port is newly connected or reconfigured, this LED is amber for approximately 30 seconds while STP checks the switch for possible loops.
9 Gigabit Ethernet traffic Green or amber Off, solid green, or blinking green

Off: no link, port not configured.

Solid green: link present.

Blinking green: data sent or being received.

Alternating green and amber: Link Fault.

Solid amber: port is disabled and is not forwarding data.
Note: After a port is newly connected or reconfigured, this LED is amber for approximately 30 seconds while STP checks the switch for possible loops.