What do WLAN indicators of the AR router mean

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The WLAN indicator status and their meanings are as follows:
-If the WLAN indicator is steady on, the radio interface is physically Up but is not transmitting traffic.
-If the WLAN indicator is blinking, the radio interface is physically Up and is transmitting traffic. A higher traffic rate indicates a higher blinking frequency.
-If the WLAN indicator is off, the radio interface is physically Down.

Other related questions:
What does each state of the RPS indicator on an AR router mean
The RPS indicator on an AR router has the following states: -Steady green: An RPS is connected to the AR router and is working normally. -Steady yellow: An RPS is connected to the AR router but is not working normally. -Blinking yellow: An RPS is supplying power to the AR router. -Off: No RPS is connected to the AR router or the connected RPS is not powered on.

What do the status indicators of the DP300 mean?
The indicators of the DP300 can be in different colors and blink at different rates to show different status: For the power indicator: - Blinking blue (two times per second) indicates the system is starting up. - Steady blue indicates the system is running. - Slowly blinking blue (once every 10 seconds) indicates the system is in sleep mode. - Fast blinking blue (eight times per second) indicates the system is upgrading. - Blinking red indicates a fault occurs. - Steady red indicates the software is powered off. - Off indicates the power is off. For the camera indicator: - Steady blue indicates the software system is running, or a P2P/multipoint conference is ongoing. - Off indicates the software system is running, but no conference is under progress, or the camera lens are blocked by the lens cover. - Blinking blue indicates the DP300 is upgrading. - Blinking red indicates the camera is faulty.

What do the indicators on a 3G data card mean
For a WCDMA data card: - The green indicator blinks twice in rapid succession: Indicates that the card is not registered to any network. - The blue indicator blinks slowly (0.5 Hz): Indicates that the card has registered to a network. - The blue indicator keeps on: Indicates that the dial-up is successful but no data service is running. - The cyan (bright blue) indicator keeps on: Indicates that the dial-up is successful and data services are running. For a CDMA2000 data card: - The blue indicator blinks slowly (0.5 Hz): Indicates that the card is not registered to any network. - The blue indicator blinks twice in rapid succession: Indicates that the card has registered to a network. - The blue indicator blinks quickly (4 Hz): Indicates that the dial-up is successful, and data services are running.

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