LEDs of Cisco IE-4010-4S24P 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-4010-4S24P switch

Table 1. Cisco IE-4010-4S24P LED indicators
Label LED name Color Normal Description/other conditions
1 Port status (1 through 28) Green or amber Off or green

Off: no link or port is shut down.

Green: link is present, no activity.

Blinking green: activity, port is sending or receiving data.

Alternating green and amber: link fault.

Amber: port is blocked and is not forwarding data.

Note: For further information, see Table 2.
2 Express Setup button Not applicable Not applicable

Use to start the express setup process, which is not described in this guide.

3 Display Mode switch Not applicable Not applicable Press to cycle through display modes until LEDs labeled 4 through 8 are off.
4-8 Display mode indicators Green, amber, or red Green, amber, or red Indicate the current display mode. See Table 2 for details.
9 Power status Green or red Off or green

Off: power supply not installed.

Green: valid input present and output operating within range.

Red: valid input present, output is outside operating range or not present.

Blinking red: power supply installed but valid input not present.

10 Alarm status

1–4 (input alarms)

Output alarm

Green or red Green

For 1-4

Green: alarm not present.

Red: minor alarm present.

Blinking red: major alarm present.

Output Alarm

Green: alarm not present.

Red alarm condition present.

11 SD Card slot and cover Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable
12 System Green or red Off or blinking green

Off: powered off.

Blinking green: booting in progress.

Green: operating normally.

Red: not functioning properly.

13 USB console port Green Off or green

Green: port is active.

Off: port is inactive.

14 SD card activity Green or amber Green

Fast blinking amber: unsupported SD card is detected.

Slow blinking amber: SD card is not present.

Green: SD card is functioning.

Blinking green: SD card transfer in progress.

Table 2. Display mode LEDs
Display mode LED Display mode Port status LED color and description
All off Port status

This mode is default.

Off: no link or port is shut down.

Green: link present, no activity.

Blinking green: activity, port is sending or receiving data.

Alternating green and amber: link fault.

Amber: port is blocked and not forwarding data. If a port is configured for spanning tree, the port LED can be amber for up to 30 seconds while the network is tested for possible loops.

SPEED Port speed

10/100/1000/SFP ports

Off: port is not operating.

Amber: port is operating at 10 Mb/s.

Green: port is operating at 100 Mb/s.

Flashing green: port is operating at 1000 Mb/s.

Uplink ports

Green: port is operating at 1000 Mb/s.

DUPLX Port duplex mode

Off: port is not operating.

Amber: port is operating in half duplex.

Green: port is operating in full duplex.

REDUN Redundancy status

Green: one or more redundancy protocols are configured and active.

Blinking amber: one or more redundancy protocols are indicating a redundancy fault.

Flash blinking green: displays that ports are in a redundancy protocol and the redundancy fault status.

SYNC Synchronous Ethernet status Not supported
PoE PoE port power

Off: PoE is off.

Green: PoE is on and all ports are functioning correctly.

Alternating green and amber: PoE is on but one of the low priority ports power is disconnected or failed.

Blinking amber: PoE is on but one of the high priority ports power is disconnected or failed.

Amber: PoE is on with failures.