Dell PowerConnect J-Series J-SRX100 Services Gateway
Use the instructions in this quick start to help you connect the Dell PowerConnect
J-Series J-SRX100 Services Gateway to your network. For details, see the J-SRX100
Services Gateway Hardware Guide at http://www.support.dell.com/manuals.
(Regulatory model number SRX100)
J-SRX100 Services Gateway Front Panel
LEDs (ALARM, POWER, STATUS, HA)
Reset Config button
J-SRX100 Services Gateway Back Panel
Lock for security cable
Fast Ethernet ports
Cable tie holder
Power supply input
J-SRX100 Services Gateway Models
The following models of J-SRX100 Services Gateway are available:
Connecting and Configuring the J-SRX100 Services Gateway
Use the instructions below to connect and set up the J-SRX100 Services Gateway to
protect your network. Refer to the LEDs on the front panel of the device to help you
determine the status of the device.
Part 1: Connect the Services Gateway to Earth Ground
Obtain a grounding cable—14 AWG single-strand, 4 A—with a ring-type,
vinyl-insulated TV14-6R lug or equivalent attached by a licensed electrician.
Connect the grounding cable to a proper earth ground.
Place the grounding cable lug over the grounding point on the middle rear of the
chassis, and secure the lug with one M3 screw.
Part 2: Connect the Power Cable to the Device
Connect the power cable to the device and a power source. We recommend using a
surge protector. Note the following indications:
POWER LED (green): The device is receiving power.
STATUS LED (green): The device is operating normally.
ALARM LED (amber): The device is operating normally, and may glow amber as a
rescue configuration has not been set. This is not a panic condition.
After a rescue configuration has been set, an amber ALARM LED indicates a
minor alarm, and a solid red ALARM LED indicates that a major problem exists on the
You must allow the device between 5 and 7 minutes to boot up after you have
powered it on. Wait until the STATUS LED is solid green before proceeding to the next