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Huwai ADSL LED RED ??????

Discussion in 'Hardware Q&A' started by adi87, Mar 5, 2006.

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    I am using the Huwai ADSL modem provided with DATA ONE.
    Recently after i reformatted my computer,
    th LED indicator for LAN connection is always RED...also when the comp. is off.( as usually the power is GREEN when On, USB is GREEN when connected with the computer and rhe computer is ON )
    What does it mean ????
     
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    even i use the same huawei modem u're talking abt. in my set, the lan led glows red, whenever the mobo gets power, sinxe i have onboard lan. this means that even when u havent actually switched on the cpu, but power is being given to the cabinet [i.e. ur power supply is getting current] the led glows

    if ur doubt is tht why the led glows red instead of green, then according to the modem's manual it says tht it can glow either red or green to indiacte a valid lan link connection.
    src: huawei website
     
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    But whn i try to connect whn th light is orange...it sayz that it cant....the same error whn i try to connect whn the LED is OFF.
    Could u gv me the huwaie site plz?
     
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    i recently replaced my 10 mbps hub with a 100 mbps switch... and the light of LAN link started glowing red, i was confused, but now i know... it just glows because of 100 mbps data transfer rate..

    cheers!
     
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    The LAN led will glow red for 100 Mbps lan and green for 10 Mbps link.
     
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    hello adi, how can the lan led be off when ur lan card or onboard lan is functional, i think anytime u switch on ur comp, u'll get the lan led to glow...are u talking abt the link led or what???
    if thats the case then yes, if the link led is not green...u cant connect

    also formatting ur comp doesnt have any relnship with ur dataone not connecting....so telling us tht was a waste of time...but yes mayb after u reinstalled the os, ur modem isnt porperly insatlled or sth similar..
     
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    Hey.......
    i am i talking about the Link - LED....wht does it mean whn it is RED ?
    This is the case specific whn I configured my DATAONE in SuSE linux as mentioned in this forum ( OPEN SURCE Section).It was only that time the LED went RED..........but whn i removed all the settings frm the SuSE linux...i.e whn it was as same as that configured in windows, the LED again bacame Green. Plz help me out as i am not able to connect from SuSE.
     
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