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Sat, Sep 28, 2019 10:42 AM

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What is the AIR light on the front used for?

AIR indicator on front (Light) what is this and what is it used for?

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a year ago

Looking at another post I do believe that it is to show air-meshing is enabled.

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a year ago


What is air meshing? sorry new to this stuff, just trying to learn

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a year ago

O sorry it's a feature that when turned on you can use the ap's as repeaters with no network connection. It works a lot nicer than a repeater but same idea.
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a year ago

Here is a public article KBA-1629 with LED function details.

https://support.ruckuswireless.com/articles/000001629

Find the attached document to find details of LED status on all Indoor APs or refer below.

LED      Description                                                                                                                                    
PWR    Off: Off
            Red: Boot up in process
            Green: On
 
DIR      Off: The AP is not being managed by a controller (Standalone mode)
            Green: The AP is being managed by a controller
            Slow flashing green (one flash every two seconds): The AP is managed by a controller but is currently unable to communicate with it.
            Fast flashing green (two flashes every second): The AP is managed by a controller and is currently receiving configuration settings or an image update.
 
AIR      Off: The AP is operating in standalone mode or as a Root AP (RAP) or non-Mesh AP.
            Green: The AP is functioning as a Mesh AP (MAP), and the wireless uplink signal is good.
            Fast flashing green (two flashes every second): The AP is functioning as a Mesh AP (MAP), and the wireless uplink signal is fair.
            Slow flashing green (one flash every two seconds): Mesh networking is enabled, but the AP is still searching for a mesh uplink.
 
2.4G     Off: The WLAN service is down.
            Green: The WLAN is up and at least one client is associated.
            Amber: The WLAN is up. No clients are associated.
 
5G        Off: The WLAN service is down.
            Green: The WLAN is up and at least one client is associated. No downlink MAPs are connected.
            Slow flashing green (one flash every two seconds): The WLAN is up and at least one downlink MAP is connected. No clients are associated.
            Fast flashing green (two flashes every second): The WLAN is up, at least one downlink MAP is connected and at least one client is associated.