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  • Westell 7500 LED Light Guide

    LED Light Action

    Power • Green when power is on. • Red during boot up. Ethernet 1, 2, 3, 4 • Green when a device is connected through the

    port. • Green �ashing when there’s activity on the Ethernet line (simultaneous.)

    Wireless • Green when wireless is enabled and being transmitted. • Green �ashing when there’s activity on the wireless network (simultaneous.)• Off if wireless is disabled or not being transmitted.

    DSL • Green when connected to an active High- Speed Internet line. • Green �ashing (slow) when no High-Speed Internet line is connected or there’s a potential problem with your line.• Green �ashing (fast) wireless router is trying to connect to High-Speed Internet line.

    Internet • Green when device is connected to active High-Seed Internet line. • Green �ashing when there’s activity on the wireless network.• Unlit if device is not connected to active High-Speed Internet line.

    Power

    Ethernet 1, 2, 3, 4

    Wireless

    DSL

    Internet

  • Westell 7500 LED Light Troubleshooting Guide

    If you’re experiencing problems with your wireless network, your wireless Motorola 2247 router may be displaying abnormal LED lights. First, unplug your router and disconnect all phones and devices from the jacks for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, restore all devices to their original setup.

    If your problem persists, refer to the guide below for troubleshooting tips.

    LED Light State Action

    Power Unlit

    1. Make sure the power switch is in the ON position. 2. Make sure the power adapter is plugged into the router properly. 3. Make sure you’re using a known functioning wall outlet.

    Red 1. If the light remains red after boot up, the device is malfunctioning and may need to be replaced.

    Ethernet 1, 2, 3, 4

    Unlit

    Note: if you’re not using an Ethernet port, it’s normal for the port’s LED light to be unlit. 1. Make sure your Ethernet cable is properly plugged into the router. 2. Make sure the other end of the Ethernet cable is properly plugged into your computer or device. 3. Make sure your computer or device is powered on. 4. Make sure your Ethernet cable isn’t kinked, damaged or obstructed in anyway.

    Wireless Unlit

    1. Perform a hard reset of your wireless router to restore your router to its default factory settings. 2. While your router is powered ON, hold down the button circled in red, located on the back of the

    router, for at least 3 seconds. Note: This will reset all settings on your wireless router including your SSID and network key. You will need to recon�gure these settings after your router reset.

    DSL Unlit

    1. Launch a browser and try to browse the Internet. If the DSL Active light still does not �ash, you need to perform a hard reset of your wireless router to restore your router to its default factory settings.

    2. While the router is powered on, hold down the reset button, located on the back of the router, for 3 seconds.

    Note: This will reset all settings on your wireless router including your SSID and network key. You will need to recon�gure these settings after your router reset.

    Internet Unlit

    1. Make sure your router is connected to an active High-Speed Internet line. 2. Make sure the High-Speed Internet line is plugged into the router properly. 3. Make sure you’re using a known functioning phone jack. 4. Make sure your High-Speed Internet line is not kinked, damaged or obstructed in any way.

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