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So I got me a router and no book. What do all the colors mean?

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So I got me a router and no book. What do all the colors mean?

 

 

Like the purple, blue and silver?

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Cisco is currently orange, I mashed it earlier and it turnt silver

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:D

 

Huh?

 

I have a lot of experience with those routers, and I have no idea what you are talking about.

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He must be talking about the LEDs on the front, I guess, but they have words next to them to tell you what they mean.

 

Oh wait.....this is Polk, isn't it? :D

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Mine are all green... except the Cisco button. That one is amber. That one resets the router. That's the one my son likes to push.

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I'm sure it came with a CD right? Check the CD for a pdf version of the manual.

Edited by smithkt

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I'm sure it came with a CD right? Check the CD for a pdf version of the manual.

Or go online and d/l it. I've got just about every manual for everything in my house on PDF's.

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Mine are all green... except the Cisco button. That one is amber. That one resets the router. That's the one my son likes to push.

 

+1

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it is working now on both puters, the desktop has been unable to connect with xp for a couple of weeks now. It has always worked well with linux for whatever reason.

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Seriously, go to the linksys web page and download it. You should ALWAYS go to the web for product documentation these days. Sheesh!

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Of course, there's always the problem that if his router isn't working, it's tough to go download chit.......

 

One of the things that infuriates me about those recorded messages from the cable company. "If your system isn't working, try our technical support at www......" F'n tools.

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Of course, there's always the problem that if his router isn't working, it's tough to go download chit.......

 

One of the things that infuriates me about those recorded messages from the cable company. "If your system isn't working, try our technical support at www......" F'n tools.

He is posting here though; somthing's working.

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He is posting here though; somthing's working.

True 'nuff. Could be dialup.

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It is still working great.

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