Difference between revisions of "Template:Networking rutos manual leds"

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         <th width=500>Action</th>
 
         <th width=500>Action</th>
 
         <th width=500>Description</th>
 
         <th width=500>Description</th>
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     </tr>{{#ifeq: {{{2g}}} | 1 |
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        <td>2G LED turned on</td>
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        <td>Device is connected to a 2G network.</td>
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         <td>3G LED turned on</td>
 
         <td>3G LED turned on</td>
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         <td>4G LED turned on</td>
 
         <td>4G LED turned on</td>
 
         <td>Device is connected to a 4G network.</td>
 
         <td>Device is connected to a 4G network.</td>
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     </tr>{{#ifeq: {{{2g}}} | 1 |
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        <td>2G blinking</td>
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        <td>Device is connected to a 2G network but hasn't received an IP address.</td>
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         <td>3G blinking</td>
 
         <td>3G blinking</td>
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         <td>3G & 4G LEDs blinking at the same time every 500 ms</td>
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         <td>{{#ifeq:{{{2g}}}|1|2G,|}} 3G & 4G LEDs blinking at the same time every 500 ms</td>
 
         <td>No SIM card or incorrect PIN.</td>
 
         <td>No SIM card or incorrect PIN.</td>
 
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         <td>3G & 4G LEDs turns on and off in a sequence one after the other</td>
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         <td>{{#ifeq:{{{2g}}}|1|2G,|}} 3G & 4G LEDs turns on and off in a sequence one after the other</td>
 
         <td>The device is attempting to connect to a mobile network operator.</td>
 
         <td>The device is attempting to connect to a mobile network operator.</td>
 
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Latest revision as of 14:57, 31 August 2020

This page contains information the different types of LEDs and their behaviour on a {{{name}}} device.

Power LED

The power LED is located on the bottom left corner of the front panel, just under the power connector.

[[File:Networking_{{{name}}}_manual_leds_power_led.png]]

It indicates whether the device is powered on or not.

State Description
M LED turned on Device is powered over the Main power connector.
M LED turned off Device is not powered over the Main power connector..
R LED turned on Device is powered over the Reserve power connector.
R LED turned off Device is not powered over the Reserve power connector.

[[Category:{{{name}}} Manual]]