Feature #4

Implement basic Netgear hardware UI conventions in BISmark

Added by Stephen Woodrow about 3 years ago. Updated over 2 years ago.

Status:Moved to Github Start date:10/02/2011
Priority:Low Due date:
Assignee:- % Done:

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Category:-
Target version:quirm

Description

From the Netgear setup guide (ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/WNDR3700v2_SM_19OCT2010.pdf):

LED      Activity            Description
-------  ------------------- ---------------------------------------------------
Power    Solid Amber         Starting up
         Solid Green         Ready/operating
         Blinking Green      Firmware corrupted
         Blinking Amber      Firmware is upgrading
         Off                 No power
2.4 GHz  Off                 2.4 GHz radio is off
         Solid Green         2.4 GHz radio is on
         Blinking Green      Data transfer over 2.4 GHz radio
5 GHz    Off                 5 GHz radio is off
         Solid Blue          5 GHz radio is on
         Blinking Blue       Data transfer over 5 GHz radio
USB      Off                 No USB device connected/device was removed safely
         Solid Green         USB device connected and ready
         Fast Blinking Green USB device in use
Internet Off                 Interface down (no link)
         Solid Amber         Interface up (link detected)
         Blinking Amber      Running DHCP
         Solid Green         IP address obtained via DHCP; ready
         Blinking Green      Data transfer over WAN interface
LAN 1-4  Solid Green         Link up at 1000 Mbps
         Blinking Green      Data transfer over LAN port at 1000 Mbps
         Solid Amber         Link up at 10/100 Mbps
         Blinking Amber      Data transfer over LAN port at 10/100 Mbps
         Off                 No link detected

Button  Description
------- -----------
WLAN    Toggles the 802.11 radios on and off (indicated by the LEDs above)
Factory Reset config (i.e. /etc) to factory settings
reset

I think we're currently lacking the Internet LED and WLAN switch behavior (and maybe USB as well).

History

Updated by Stephen Woodrow about 3 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)

Updated by Stephen Woodrow almost 3 years ago

This looks promising for the WLAN button:

http://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/wifitoggle -- see the package 'wifitoggle'?

Updated by Stephen Woodrow almost 3 years ago

  • Target version set to quirm

Updated by Stephen Woodrow over 2 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Moved to Github

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