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TitleWhat does LED blinking means on AP650?
Question
Sometimes you may notice different LED blinking pattern on AP650.
This article explains what is the situation behind this.
Environment
  • ExtremeWiNG AP650 / AP6532 Access Points
  • WirelessWiNG AP650 / AP6532 Access Points
  • WiNG Software
Answer
The LEDs provide a status display indicating error conditions, transmission, and network activity for the 5 GHz
802.11a/n (amber) radio or the 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n (green) radio.

The LED behavior is determined by the version of WiNG software running on the controller which the Access Point
is connected to. The tables below show the LED patterns for WiNG 4.x and WiNG 5.x
 
 
 
WiNG 4.x LED Status
Task5GHz LED - Amber2.4GHz LED - Green
Un-adoptedBlinking at 5HzOFF
Normal operationBlink at 5Hz (radio enabled) 
OFF (radio disabled)
Blink at 1Hz (band activity)
Blink at 5Hz (radio enabled) 
OFF (radio disabled)
Blink at 1Hz (band activity)
Firmware UpdateSolid ONOFF
Locate AP ModeBlink at 5Hz (off-phase with other LED)Blink at 5Hz (off-phase with other LED)
 
 
WiNG 5.x LED Status
Task5GHz LED - Amber2.4GHz LED - Green
System BootingSolid ON (During startup only)Solid ON (During startup only)
Radio disabled
LED disabled
OFFOFF
Radio not configured
Country code not set
WLAN not mapped
Blink (on 2sec, off 2 sec)Blink (on 2sec, off 2 sec)
Locate AP ModeOFFBlinking
Firmware UpgradeSolid ONOFF
Sensor Mode (connected)Blink at 1HzOFF
Sensor Mode (disconnected)Blink at 1Hz (off 5sec)OFF
Additional notes
For more details refer to AP650 Installation Guide available from here

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