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TitleWhat are the LED statuses of the Summit X440 switch
Question
  • What are the LED statuses of the Summit X440 switch
Environment
  • EXOS All
  • Summit X440
Answer
Label or TypeColor/StateMeaning

MGMT

Blinking green

Power-on self-test (POST) in progress.

Steady green

POST passed. Normal operation.

Blinking amber

System is disabled. POST failed or system overheated.

Off

No external power attached.

FAN

Steady green

Normal operation, fan is good.

For the following Summit models, fan light is “ON” only when the fan is running:
  • Summit X440-24t model No. 800471-00 Revision 6 or lower
  • Summit X440-24t-10G model No. 800475-00 Revision 5 or lower
  • Summit X440-L2-24t model No. 800526-00 Revision 1

Blinking amber

Fan failure. Switch will continue to operate unless it overheats.

Off

No power

For the following Summit models, fan light “OFF” indicates either no power to the fan or temperature is below threshold where fans are needed:
  • Summit X440-24t model No. 800471-00 Revision 6 or lower
  • Summit X440-24t-10G model No. 800475-00 Revision 5 or lower
  • Summit X440-L2-24t model No. 800526-00 Revision 1

PSU-I

(Internal power supply)

Steady green

Normal operation.

Steady amber

Power is attached, but no power is on.

Blinking amber

Power failure.

Off

No power is attached.

PSU-E

(External power supply)

 

Steady green

Normal operation.

Steady amber

Power is attached, but no power is on.

Blinking amber

Power failure.

Off

No external power attached.

Port number

1 – 8 (on X440-8t or X440-8)

1 – 24 (on X440-24t or X440-24p including 10G models)

1 – 48 (on X440-48t or X440-48p including 10G models)

Steady green

Link is OK.

Blinking green

Port is transmitting packets.

Off

Link is not present, or port is disabled.

Port number

21 – 24 (on X440-24t or X440-24p including 10G models)

45 – 48 (on X440-48t or X440-48p including 10G models)

(Shared ports)

Steady green

Link is OK.

Blinking green

Port is transmitting packets.

Off

Link is not present, or port is disabled.

Port number

25 – 26 (on X440-24t-10G or X440-24p-10G)

49 – 50 (on X440-48t-10G or X440-48p-10G)

(10G ports)

Steady green

Link is OK.

Blinking green

Port is transmitting packets.

Off

Link is not present, or port is disabled.

Stack 1, Stack 2

NOTE: The X440-L2-24t and X440-L2-48t do not have stacking capability; the stacking LEDs do not function.

Steady green

Link OK on the indicated stacking port.

Blinking green

Activity on the indicated stacking port.

Stack Number Indicator

NOTE: The X440-L2-24t and X440-L2-48t do not have stacking capability; the stacking LEDs do not function.

Top half of the stack number blinking

The switch is designated as master in the stack.

Bottom half of the stack number blinking

The switch is designated as backup in the stack.

Stack number steady

This switch is a standby switch (neither the master nor the backup) in the stack.

Off

The stackable switch is not in stacking mode.

 

Additional Port LED Meanings for PoE Switches: Summit X440-8p, X440-24p, X440-24p-10G, X440-48p, and X440-48p-10G

Label or TypeColor/StateMeaning

All front-panel ports

Steady green

Link OK; port is not powered.

Steady amber

Link is OK; port is powered; no traffic.

Blinking green

Link is OK and transmitting packets; port is not powered.

Blinking amber

Link is OK and transmitting packets; port is powered.

Slow blinking amber

No link, or disabled port; port is powered.

Alternating amber and green

Port has a power fault.

Off

Port is not powered, has no link, or is disabled.

Additional notes
You can also find this information on this page in the Summit Family Hardware Installation Guide.

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