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Table of Contents

Administration Guide

Viewing chassis dashboard

You can select a chassis from the chassis list in the content pane, and view the status of the FortiGate blades in the slots, power entry module (PEM), fan tray (FortiGate-5140 only), Shelf Manager, and shelf alarm panel (SAP).

Viewing the status of the FortiGate blades

In the Device Manager tab, select the Blades under the chassis whose blade information you would like to view.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

If there are no entries, Refresh is not displayed.

Slot #

The slot number in the chassis.

  • The FortiGate 5050 chassis contains five slots numbered 1 to 5.
  • The FortiGate 5060 chassis contains six slots numbered 1 to 6.
  • The FortiGate 5140 and 5140B chassis contains fourteen slots numbered 1 to 14.

Extension Card

If there is an extension card installed in the blade, this column displays an arrow you can select to expand the display. The expanded display shows details about the extension card as well as the blade.

Slot Info

Indicates whether the slot contains a node card (for example, a FortiGate 5001SX blade) or a switch card (for example, a FortiSwitch 5003 blade) or is empty.

State

Indicates whether the card in the slot is installed or running, or if the slot is empty.

Temperature Sensors

Indicates if the temperature sensors for the blade in each slot are detecting a temperature within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored temperatures are within acceptable ranges.
  • Critical: A monitored temperature is too high (usually about 75°C or higher) or too low (below 10°C).

Current Sensors

Indicates if the current sensors for the blade in each slot are detecting a current within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored currents are within acceptable ranges.
  • Critical: A monitored current is too high or too low.

Voltage Sensors

Indicates if the voltage sensors for the blade in each slot are detecting a voltage within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored voltages are within acceptable ranges.
  • Critical: A monitored voltage is too high or too low.

Power Allocated

Indicates the amount of power allocated to each blade in the slot.

Action

Select Activate to turn the state of a blade from Installed into Running.

Select Deactivate to turn the state of a blade from Running into Installed.

Edit

Select to view the detailed information on the voltage and temperature of a slot, including sensors, status, and state. You can also edit some voltage and temperature values.

Update

Select to update the slot.

To edit voltage and temperature values:
  1. Go to [chassis name] > Blades and, in the content pane, select the Edit icon of a slot.

    The detailed information on the voltage and temperature of the slot including sensors, status, and state is displayed.

  2. Select the Edit icon of a voltage or temperature sensor.
  3. For a voltage sensor, you can modify the Upper Non-critical, Upper Critical, Lower Non-critical, and Lower Critical values.
  4. For a temperature sensor, you can modify the Upper Non-critical and Upper Critical values.
  5. Select OK.

Viewing the status of the power entry modules

You can view the status of the PEMs by going to [chassis name] > PEM. The FortiGate 5140 chassis displays more PEM information than the FortiGate 5050.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

PEM

The order numbers of the PEM in the chassis.

Presence

Indicates whether the PEM is present or absent.

Temperature

The temperature of the PEM.

Temperature State

Indicates whether the temperature of the PEM is in the acceptable range.

  • OK: The temperature is within acceptable range.

Threshold

PEM temperature thresholds.

Feed -48V

Number of PEM fuses. There are four pairs per PEM.

Status

PEM fuse status: present or absent.

Power Feed

The power feed for each pair of fuses.

Maximum External Current

Maximum external current for each pair of fuses.

Maximum Internal Current

Maximum internal current for each pair of fuses.

Minimum Voltage

Minimum voltage for each pair of fuses.

Power Available

Available power for each pair of fuses.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to each pair of fuses.

Used By

The slot that uses the power.

Viewing fan tray status (FG-5140 and FG-5140B chassis only)

Go to [chassis name] > Fan Tray to view the chassis fan tray status.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

Thresholds

Displays the fan tray thresholds.

Fan Tray

The order numbers of the fan trays in the chassis.

Model

The fan tray model.

24V Bus

Status of the 24V Bus: present or absent.

-48V Bus A

Status of the -48V Bus A: present or absent.

-48V Bus B

Status of the -48V Bus B: present or absent.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to each fan tray.

Fans

Fans in each fan tray.

Status

The fan status.

  • OK: It is working normally.

Speed

The fan speed.

Viewing shelf manager status

Go to [chassis name] > Shelf Manager to view the shelf manager status.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

Shelf Manager

The order numbers of the shelf managers in the chassis.

Model

The shelf manager model.

State

The operation status of the shelf manager.

Temperature

The temperature of the shelf manager.

-48V Bus A

Status of the -48V Bus A: present or absent.

-48V Bus B

Status of the -48V Bus B: present or absent.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to each shelf manager.

Voltage Sensors

Lists the voltage sensors for the shelf manager.

State

Indicates if the voltage sensors for the shelf manager are detecting a voltage within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored voltages are within acceptable ranges.
  • Below lower critical: A monitored voltage is too low.

Voltage

Voltage value for a voltage sensor.

Edit

Select to modify the thresholds of a voltage sensor.

Viewing shelf alarm panel (SAP) status

You can view the shelf alarm panel (SAP) status for a chassis. The shelf alarm panel helps you monitor the temperature and state of various sensors in the chassis.

Go to [chassis name] > SAP to view the chassis SAP status.

The following is displayed:

Presence

Indicates if the SAP is present or absent.

Telco Alarm

Telco form-c relay connections for minor, major and critical power faults provided by the external dry relay Telco alarm interface (48VDC).

Air Filter

Indicates if the air filter is present or absent.

Model

The SAP model.

State

The operation status of the shelf manager.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to the SAP.

Temperature Sensors

The temperature sensors of the SAP

Temperature

The temperature of the SAP read by each sensor.

State

Indicates if the temperature sensors for the SAP are detecting a temperature below the set threshold.

Edit

Select to modify the thresholds of a temperature sensor.

Viewing chassis dashboard

You can select a chassis from the chassis list in the content pane, and view the status of the FortiGate blades in the slots, power entry module (PEM), fan tray (FortiGate-5140 only), Shelf Manager, and shelf alarm panel (SAP).

Viewing the status of the FortiGate blades

In the Device Manager tab, select the Blades under the chassis whose blade information you would like to view.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

If there are no entries, Refresh is not displayed.

Slot #

The slot number in the chassis.

  • The FortiGate 5050 chassis contains five slots numbered 1 to 5.
  • The FortiGate 5060 chassis contains six slots numbered 1 to 6.
  • The FortiGate 5140 and 5140B chassis contains fourteen slots numbered 1 to 14.

Extension Card

If there is an extension card installed in the blade, this column displays an arrow you can select to expand the display. The expanded display shows details about the extension card as well as the blade.

Slot Info

Indicates whether the slot contains a node card (for example, a FortiGate 5001SX blade) or a switch card (for example, a FortiSwitch 5003 blade) or is empty.

State

Indicates whether the card in the slot is installed or running, or if the slot is empty.

Temperature Sensors

Indicates if the temperature sensors for the blade in each slot are detecting a temperature within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored temperatures are within acceptable ranges.
  • Critical: A monitored temperature is too high (usually about 75°C or higher) or too low (below 10°C).

Current Sensors

Indicates if the current sensors for the blade in each slot are detecting a current within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored currents are within acceptable ranges.
  • Critical: A monitored current is too high or too low.

Voltage Sensors

Indicates if the voltage sensors for the blade in each slot are detecting a voltage within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored voltages are within acceptable ranges.
  • Critical: A monitored voltage is too high or too low.

Power Allocated

Indicates the amount of power allocated to each blade in the slot.

Action

Select Activate to turn the state of a blade from Installed into Running.

Select Deactivate to turn the state of a blade from Running into Installed.

Edit

Select to view the detailed information on the voltage and temperature of a slot, including sensors, status, and state. You can also edit some voltage and temperature values.

Update

Select to update the slot.

To edit voltage and temperature values:
  1. Go to [chassis name] > Blades and, in the content pane, select the Edit icon of a slot.

    The detailed information on the voltage and temperature of the slot including sensors, status, and state is displayed.

  2. Select the Edit icon of a voltage or temperature sensor.
  3. For a voltage sensor, you can modify the Upper Non-critical, Upper Critical, Lower Non-critical, and Lower Critical values.
  4. For a temperature sensor, you can modify the Upper Non-critical and Upper Critical values.
  5. Select OK.

Viewing the status of the power entry modules

You can view the status of the PEMs by going to [chassis name] > PEM. The FortiGate 5140 chassis displays more PEM information than the FortiGate 5050.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

PEM

The order numbers of the PEM in the chassis.

Presence

Indicates whether the PEM is present or absent.

Temperature

The temperature of the PEM.

Temperature State

Indicates whether the temperature of the PEM is in the acceptable range.

  • OK: The temperature is within acceptable range.

Threshold

PEM temperature thresholds.

Feed -48V

Number of PEM fuses. There are four pairs per PEM.

Status

PEM fuse status: present or absent.

Power Feed

The power feed for each pair of fuses.

Maximum External Current

Maximum external current for each pair of fuses.

Maximum Internal Current

Maximum internal current for each pair of fuses.

Minimum Voltage

Minimum voltage for each pair of fuses.

Power Available

Available power for each pair of fuses.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to each pair of fuses.

Used By

The slot that uses the power.

Viewing fan tray status (FG-5140 and FG-5140B chassis only)

Go to [chassis name] > Fan Tray to view the chassis fan tray status.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

Thresholds

Displays the fan tray thresholds.

Fan Tray

The order numbers of the fan trays in the chassis.

Model

The fan tray model.

24V Bus

Status of the 24V Bus: present or absent.

-48V Bus A

Status of the -48V Bus A: present or absent.

-48V Bus B

Status of the -48V Bus B: present or absent.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to each fan tray.

Fans

Fans in each fan tray.

Status

The fan status.

  • OK: It is working normally.

Speed

The fan speed.

Viewing shelf manager status

Go to [chassis name] > Shelf Manager to view the shelf manager status.

The following is displayed:

Refresh

Select to update the current page.

Shelf Manager

The order numbers of the shelf managers in the chassis.

Model

The shelf manager model.

State

The operation status of the shelf manager.

Temperature

The temperature of the shelf manager.

-48V Bus A

Status of the -48V Bus A: present or absent.

-48V Bus B

Status of the -48V Bus B: present or absent.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to each shelf manager.

Voltage Sensors

Lists the voltage sensors for the shelf manager.

State

Indicates if the voltage sensors for the shelf manager are detecting a voltage within an acceptable range.

  • OK: All monitored voltages are within acceptable ranges.
  • Below lower critical: A monitored voltage is too low.

Voltage

Voltage value for a voltage sensor.

Edit

Select to modify the thresholds of a voltage sensor.

Viewing shelf alarm panel (SAP) status

You can view the shelf alarm panel (SAP) status for a chassis. The shelf alarm panel helps you monitor the temperature and state of various sensors in the chassis.

Go to [chassis name] > SAP to view the chassis SAP status.

The following is displayed:

Presence

Indicates if the SAP is present or absent.

Telco Alarm

Telco form-c relay connections for minor, major and critical power faults provided by the external dry relay Telco alarm interface (48VDC).

Air Filter

Indicates if the air filter is present or absent.

Model

The SAP model.

State

The operation status of the shelf manager.

Power Allocated

Power allocated to the SAP.

Temperature Sensors

The temperature sensors of the SAP

Temperature

The temperature of the SAP read by each sensor.

State

Indicates if the temperature sensors for the SAP are detecting a temperature below the set threshold.

Edit

Select to modify the thresholds of a temperature sensor.