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Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 White LED

E-SK
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Hi - I just noticed the second LED light from the top (download indicator) turned white, the third (upload indicator) is blue as always... They both used to be blue.

Any idea what that means?

Thanks in advance.

 

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Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 White LED

-G-
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@E-SK wrote:

Hi - I just noticed the second LED light from the top (download indicator) turned white, the third (upload indicator) is blue as always... They both used to be blue.

Any idea what that means?


I have no idea.  (I am an Ignite TV/Internet customer and have a different modem.  Was hoping that somebody else could have either confirmed that they see the same or explain what it means.)

 

Here are the known, documented states for the modem's Downstream LED indicator:

 

Green-Blinking: The modem is searching for the downstream frequency.
Green-Steady: Downstream frequency is locked. (1 channel only)
Blue-Steady: Downstream frequency is locked. (channel bonding)
Cyan-Steady: DOCSIS 3.1 OFDM
Off: Not scanning.


https://fccid.io/2AHKM-CODA4782/Users-Manual/Users-Manual-3186268

https://us.hitrontech.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/0440010285N0_CODA-4X8X_QIG_Ver.2A_1222.pdf

 

There is no mention of a White LED state.  If I had to guess, "Cyan-Steady" might actually be a blue and white LED combined, and perhaps your blue LED failed.

 

Tagging @RogersIan  and hoping he can confirm what you are seeing.

Re: Rogers Hitron CODA-4582 White LED

RogersIan
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-G- is correct, the cyan colour is an indication that the modem is using OFDM for its downstream.
This colour often can appear to be a very light blue or even white on the coda.

RogersIan
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