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Using the LEDs

You can use the SmartServer IoT LEDs to get an overview of the SmartServer IoT status and operation. The following figure and table display and describes these LEDs.

Icon

Name               

Description

Power

On (blue) when powered; flashing (alternating green/off) when connecting.

LAN

On (blue) when a LAN connection is active (i.e. an active device is sensed at the other end of the Ethernet cable attached to the LAN port, which is typically a switch) but no data is sensed through the LAN port (either inbound or outbound); flashing (alternating green/off) when data is sensed thru the LAN port (either inbound or outbound); off when no LAN connection is available.

Bluetooth

On (blue) when a recognized Bluetooth connection is active but no data is sensed through the Bluetooth interface (either inbound or outbound); flashing (alternating green/off) during Bluetooth communication; off when no Bluetooth connection is available or the Bluetooth module is not installed.

WLAN

On (blue) when a Wi-Fi connection is active but no data is sensed through the Wi-Fi interface (either inbound or outbound; flashing (alternating green/off) during Wi-Fi communication; off when no Wi-Fi connection is available or the Wi-Fi module is not installed.

Ready
Ready LED indicators are featured with SmartServer release 3.2 or higher. 

The Ready LED indicates the following conditions on system startup and following a system update:

  • Startup/Update – flashing blue (alternating between blue and off every 500ms) indicates system startup/update process.
  • Ready – solid blue indicates that the CMS is active and ready for a user to login.
  • Error – flashing red (alternating between red and off every 250ms) indicates that the CMS failed to start, or other fatal system error detected by the SmartServer software.

WAN

On (blue) when a WAN connection is active (i.e. an active device is sensed at the other end of the Ethernet cable attached to the WAN port, which is typically a switch) but no data is sensed through the WAN port (either inbound or outbound); flashing (alternating green/off) when data is sensed thru the WAN port (either inbound or outbound); off when no WAN connection is available.

Using the Buttons

You can use the SmartServer IoT button to reset and connect the SmartServer IoT. The following table describes these buttons. 

Icon

Name               

Description

Reset

Press this button to reset the SmartServer IoT and any attached USB devices.

Connect

Press this button to initiate connection for wireless and wired devices.


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