BCM400 Images and notes

  • LAN1 (right) default IP = / Subnet =

  • LAN2 (left) default IP = / Subnet =

The system status LEDs indicate monitoring of the following:

- LED 1 (Power status): Indicates the status of all power components. Green indicates normal

status. Red indicates an excessive voltage deficiency or a component failure (such as a

redundant power supply fan or module). An LED that monitors a component will also show a

fault in combination with the Power LED.

- LED 2 (Hard disk activity): Green indicates hard disk access.

- LED 3 (System status): Solid green indicates the system is normal and operational. Green

blink indicates one or more telephony services are not operational.1

1 Six, non-blinking LEDs in the center indicates monitoring software is not active.

- LED 4-8 (PCI device monitoring): These LEDs monitor the peripheral components (2 x NICs,

1 x WAN, 1 x Modem, 1 x MSC). A steady green LED indicates the device is detected and

operationally normal. A flashing green LED indicates that software detects the hardware, but

there is no device driver. No color indicates the device is defective or missing.

- LED 4: Monitors the MSC

- LED 5: Monitors the WAN (if installed)

- LED 6: Monitors the modem (if installed)

- LED 7: Monitors the NIC 1

- LED 8: Monitors the NIC 2

- LED 9 (Chassis/CPU temperature): Green indicates a normal, operational temperature range

for the chassis. Red indicates either a sensor is not operational or the chassis temperature is out

of range.

- LED 10 (Fan activity): Green indicates that all fans are operational. Red indicates that one (or

more) fan is not operating correctly.

- Reset button: The reset button when depressed, restarts the system. The reset button is

recessed to prevent an accidental reboot.

BCM1000e (Expansion cabinet) with CENTER plastic cover removed and one media bay module (dsm32+) installed in left side.

Figure 6 - BCM400 Platform Base Chassis (Standard Configuration)