What do the LEDs on the front of the device indicate?

 The front panel LEDs for the DVW3201B are described in the following table:

LED

Color

Description

POWER

White

On – Internal power-on completes successfully.

Blinks – Power-on fails.

US/DS

(upstream/downstream)

­White

 

Blinks – Initializing.

On – Locked on to upstream (US) and downstream (DS) channels and registered OK.

Blinks – Unable to register or lock.

Blinks – When a firmware upgrade is in progress, the DS/US and TEL1 LEDs blink, first one then the other for a few seconds. Then DS/US and TEL1 and TEL2 LEDs blink in unison.

ONLINE

White

Blinks – Obtaining an IP address and configuration file.

On – Configuration completes successfully.

WiFi

White

On – WiFi is enabled.

Off – WiFi is disabled

TEL 1

TEL 2

White

On – Telephone is on-hook.

Blinks – Telephone is off-hook.

Blinks – When a firmware upgrade is in progress, the DS/US and TEL1 LEDs blink, first one then the other for a few seconds. Then DS/US and TEL1 and TEL2 LEDs blink in unison.

BATTERY

White

On – The battery is installed and AC power is on and properly functioning.

Off – If there is no AC power to the device, the Battery LED is Off, the Power LED flashes, and the TEL1 LED is On. All other LEDs are Off.

Blinks – If the battery is at low power level (30mins left).

WPS BUTTON

(top of device)

White

 

If not used, the LED is off. When a user pushes the WPS button or triggers WPS via the device’s Web UI, an LED on the top-front of the device blinks for 4 minutes until a PIN is entered from the wireless client that wishes to connect (for example, a laptop computer). After a Wi-Fi client attaches successfully, the LED remains On for 5 minutes, then turns Off.