Interpret the PA-7000 100G NPC LEDs

Learn how to interpret the PA-7000 100G NPC LEDs
Use the following information to learn how to interpret the LED dashboard and port LEDs on the PA-7000 100G Network Processing Card (NPC).
The following table describes the functions and states of the NPC LED dashboard.
LED
State
Description
PWR
Green
The card is powered on.
Off
The card is powered off.
STS (STATUS)
Green
The card is operating normally.
Yellow
The card is booting up.
ALM
(Alarm)
Red
The card hardware failed.
Off
The card is operating normally.
TMP
(Temperature)
Green
The card temperature is normal.
Yellow
The card temperature is outside the temperature tolerance.
SVC (Service)
Allows a remote administrator to illuminate the SVC LED on a specific front-slot card so an on-site technician can locate the card.
Enter the following command to view the status of the SVC LED on all cards that have this LED:
admin@PA-7080>
show system service-led status
Service LED Slot    Description Status s1      empty             Off   s2      empty             Off   s3      PA-7000-100G-NPC  Off   s4      empty             Off   s5      empty             Off   s6      PA-7080-SMC-B     On    s7      PA-7000-LFC       On    s8      empty             Off   s9      empty             Off   s10     empty             Off   s11     empty             Off   s12     empty             Off  
SVC (Continued)
Enter the following command to view the status for a card in a specific slot:
admin@PA-7080>
show system service-led status slot s3
Enter the following command to enable all SVC LEDs:
admin@PA-7080>
set system setting service-led enable yes
Enter the following command to disable the SVC LED:
admin@PA-7080>
set system setting service-led enable no
Enter the following command to enable the SVC LED on the card in a specific slot:
admin@PA-7080>
set system setting service-led enable slot s3 yes
Off
LED is off.
On
LED is solid blue.
The following table describes functions and states of the SFP+ port LEDs.
LED
Description
Left
The LED shows green if there is a network link.
Right
Blinks green or stays green if there is network activity.
The following table describes functions and states of the QSFP28 port LEDs. The LEDs are tri-color and the color indicates link and the current port speed. The LED blinks continuously as long as there is network activity.
As of PAN-OS 9.0, only the first LED on a port illuminates. For example, if port 25 is connected at 100Gbps, LED 9 illuminates blue.
Interface Speed
Green LED
Blue LED
Yellow LED
10Gbps
On
Off
Off
25Gbps
On
On
Off
40Gbps
Off
Off
On
100Gbps
Off
On
Off

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