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Arlo Pro 2's base station's middle light was not on, but still worked.

Weird. I woke up and noticed it. According to the light pattern, it means the base station is not connected to the router, but it is since its wireless cameras still work. Physically disconnecting and reconnecting its network cable did not fix it. Restarting this base station remotely fixed it to make it work again. Has anyone had this happened before? Did my base station kind of crashed?

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Re: Arlo Pro 2's base station's middle light was not on, but still worked.

I often find it's off or flashing. I don't think it means anything. When it's amber, that's when you've got an issue. Did you notice any functional issues while the LED was off?

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Re: Arlo Pro 2's base station's middle light was not on, but still worked.


@steve_t wrote:

I often find it's off or flashing. I don't think it means anything. When it's amber, that's when you've got an issue. Did you notice any functional issues while the LED was off?


Not that I noticed so far. I just like watching the base stations' lights work like transferring datas. Smiley Tongue

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