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The way the unit gives diagnostic codes is by long and short flashes of the specific light.
 
The way the unit gives diagnostic codes is by long and short flashes of the specific light.
 
The number of long flashes give the first of two numbers and the number of short flashes give the second.
 
The number of long flashes give the first of two numbers and the number of short flashes give the second.

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Power LED

solid green System on (normal).
blinks green System booting or flash memory write in progress.

Link/Activity LED

solid orange 10Mbps connection.
solid green 100Mbps connection.
solid blue 1000Mbps / 1Gbps connection.

Orange INFO LED

The way the unit gives diagnostic codes is by long and short flashes of the specific light. The number of long flashes give the first of two numbers and the number of short flashes give the second. For instance, one long flash and three short flashes would indicate an error of 13 -

I 10 PCB overheat
I 20 internal HDD formatting
I 21 internal HDD checking (fscking?)
I 22 internal HDD recovering (not sure about this one...)
I 23 System initialising
I 25 firmware updating
I 26 initialising web setting
I 27 USB disk checking
I 28 USB disk formatting

Red ERROR LED

The way the unit gives diagnostic codes is by long and short flashes of the specific light. The number of long flashes give the first of two numbers and the number of short flashes give the second. For instance, one long flash and three short flashes would indicate an error of 13 -

E 00 (No light, beep only) - MPU error
E 01 DRAM data line error
E 02 DRAM address line error
E 03 RTC chip error
E 04 Flash rom error
E 10 UPS power loss
E 11 fan error (RPM too low or not functional)
E 12 cooling error (unable to remove heat by the fan)
E 15 disk error
E 16 unable to locate internal HDD
E 17 Unable to communicate with the RTC chip
E 21 unable to communicate with the Phy chip
E 22 mount error.