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CradlePoint MBR1000 EVDO Router, LED Explanation

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Monday, 25 February 2008

CradlePoint MBR1000 EVDO Router, LED Explanation

 

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The CradlePoint MBR1000 is the newest router that we recently started selling and supporting at 3Gstore.com. We get many questions about the LEDs on the front of the unit. This brief guide will explain what the different LEDs are for.

 



· Power – indicates the unit is on or off (HW)

· LAN1-4 (HW) – link status and activity, green when cable is plugged in and link status is up

· WAN (HW) – link status and activity, green when cable is plugged in and link status is up

· WPS (SW) – Wi-Fi Protected Setup – indicates that a WPS negotiation is taking place.

  • Green/solid: for 300 seconds – Successful WPS negotiation
  • Orange/blinking - WPS In Progress –maximum of 2 minutes
  • Red/blinking – Error –maximum of 2 minutes
  • Red/blinking – Session Overlap –maximum of 2 minutes

· WLAN (SW) – indicates the Wi-Fi radio is on and operating correctly. Green when Wi-Fi is enabled, and blinking green when Wi-Fi traffic is active.

· MDM (SW) – indicates a valid Cellular data connection, via USB or Express card.

  • Off: No Cellular device connected
  • Orange: Ethernet WAN is connected, and a supported Cellular device is connected and is the highest priority connected Cellular port
  • Green/blinking: Cellular device is establishing an active WAN connection
  • Green/solid: Cellular device has established an active WAN connection
  • Red: Cellular data connection error when Cellular device is the active WAN connection, OR an unsupported Cellular device is attached and that device is the highest priority connection.

· SGNL (SW) – Cell signal strength indication

  • HW – under hardware control
  • SW – under software control

 

 


 




Last Updated ( Monday, 25 February 2008 )
 
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