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[EOL/EOE] [SRX3K]How to verify if the internal mapping of the hardware on SRX3600 is accurate and the device properly recognizes it

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Article ID: KB23887 KB Last Updated: 18 Oct 2021Version: 3.0
Summary:
This article provides information on how to verify if the internal mapping of SRX3600 hardware is accurate and the device recognizes it properly. This article is also applicable for SRX3400 series devices.

This article should be considered as a precursor to opening a JTAC ticket for reporting a possible hardware issue. 
 

Note: A product listed in this article has either reached hardware End of Life (EOL) OR software End of Engineering (EOE). 
Refer to End of Life Products & Milestones for the EOL, EOE, and End of Support (EOS) dates.
Symptoms:
To verify if all the cards are properly inserted in the designated slots and the device is correctly recognizing all the cards.
Solution:
Execute the following commands in the device's operational mode to find the internal mapping of NPC/IOC/SPC.
request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node0.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "IOC slot"
request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node0.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "SPC slot"
request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node0.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "IOC slot"

{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node0.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "NPC slot" < For Node 0
GOT: NPC slot 10 (IOC Domain):
GOT: NPC slot 10 (SPC Domain):
GOT: NPC slot 12 (IOC Domain):
GOT: NPC slot 12 (SPC Domain):
{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node1.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "NPC slot" < For Node 1
GOT: NPC slot 10 (IOC Domain):
GOT: NPC slot 10 (SPC Domain):
GOT: NPC slot 12 (IOC Domain):
GOT: NPC slot 12 (SPC Domain):


{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node0.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "SPC slot" < For Node 0
GOT: SPC slot 7:
GOT: SPC slot 8:
GOT: SPC slot 9:
GOT: SPC slot 11:

{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node1.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "SPC slot" < For Node 1
GOT: SPC slot 7:
GOT: SPC slot 8:
GOT: SPC slot 9:
GOT: SPC slot 11:


{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node0.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "IOC slot" | except BCM565XX < For Node 0  
OT: IOC slot 0:
GOT: IOC slot 1:
GOT: IOC slot 2:
GOT: IOC slot 3:
GOT: IOC slot 4:
GOT: IOC slot 5:


{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> request pfe execute target tnp tnp-name node0.cpp0 command "show datapath all" | match "IOC slot" 
| except BCM565XX   <----- For Node 1
GOT: IOC slot 0:
GOT: IOC slot 1:
GOT: IOC slot 2:
GOT: IOC slot 3:
GOT: IOC slot 4:
GOT: IOC slot 5:
Now run the following CLI commands in the operational mode to see if the same information is displayed, to rule out any device errors:
{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> show chassis hardware | match NPC | except PIC < 2 NPCs in slot 10 and 12 for each node.        
FPC 10           REV 13   750-017866   AAAT2834          SRX3k NPC
FPC 12           REV 12   750-017866   AAAD1583          SRX3k NPC
FPC 10           REV 12   750-017866   AAAD1572          SRX3k NPC
FPC 12           REV 14   750-017866   AABB4726          SRX3k NPC

{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> show chassis hardware | match SPC | except PIC    
FPC 7            REV 10   750-016077   VR7085            SRX3k SPC
FPC 8            REV 11   750-016077   AAAH4918          SRX3k SPC
FPC 9            REV 11   750-016077   AAAT8485          SRX3k SPC
FPC 11           REV 11   750-016077   AAAH4915          SRX3k SPC
FPC 7            REV 10   750-016077   AAAC3531          SRX3k SPC
FPC 8            REV 11   750-016077   AAAT8505          SRX3k SPC
FPC 9            REV 12   750-016077   AAAZ2922          SRX3k SPC
FPC 11           REV 10   750-016077   AAAC3502          SRX3k SPC


{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> show chassis hardware | match SPC < 4 SPC’s in total in slot 7,8,9 and 11 for each node.
FPC 7            REV 10   750-016077   VR7085            SRX3k SPC
FPC 8            REV 11   750-016077   AAAH4918          SRX3k SPC
FPC 9            REV 11   750-016077   AAAT8485          SRX3k SPC
FPC 11           REV 11   750-016077   AAAH4915          SRX3k SPC
FPC 7            REV 10   750-016077   AAAC3531          SRX3k SPC
FPC 8            REV 11   750-016077   AAAT8505          SRX3k SPC
FPC 9            REV 12   750-016077   AAAZ2922          SRX3k SPC
FPC 11           REV 10   750-016077   AAAC3502          SRX3k SPC

{primary:node0}
root@FW-SRX-1> show chassis hardware | match GE | except PIC < 6 IOC’s in slot 0, 1,2,3,4 and 5 for each node.
FPC 0            REV 11   750-021882   AAAD9754          SRX3k SFB 12GE
FPC 1            REV 15   750-020321   AAAV8272          SRX3k 2x10GE XFP
FPC 2            REV 20   750-020321   AAEE2737          SRX3k 2x10GE XFP
FPC 3            REV 20   750-020321   AAEC6444          SRX3k 2x10GE XFP
FPC 4            REV 12   750-020324   AAAE9290          SRX3k 16xGE TX
FPC 5            REV 11   750-020317   VP3944            SRX3k 16xGE SFP
FPC 0            REV 11   750-021882   AAAD9809          SRX3k SFB 12GE
FPC 1            REV 13   750-020321   TV3688            SRX3k 2x10GE XFP
FPC 2            REV 20   750-020321   AAEC6494          SRX3k 2x10GE XFP
FPC 3            REV 20   750-020321   AAEE2738          SRX3k 2x10GE XFP
FPC 4            REV 17   750-020324   AADN8356          SRX3k 16xGE TX
FPC 5            REV 11   750-020317   AAAE9144          SRX3k 16xGE SFP


If there is any mismatch, check the slot locations, as mentioned in the Hardware Component Locations in the SRX3600 Services Gateway Chassis document.

For SRX3400, refer to the Hardware Component Locations in the SRX3400 Services Gateway Chassis document.



 
Modification History:
2021-09-20: Marked article as EOL/EOE.
2020-07-25: Archived article
 
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