|LED||Color and pattern||Status|
|None/Dark||Device is turned off.|
|White constant light||The device is turned on. If the device has just been turned on or rebooted, note that startup takes at least two minutes.|
|White Blinking||The device is booting up and is not ready.|
|Green flashing 5 sec on 0.05 sec off||Wireless network is active and the device has a strong mesh connection|
|Red, constant light||The wireless network is active, but all mesh connections are weak. Action: Move the device closer to another device in the mesh network for better connectivity.|
|Off/dark||The wireless network is inactive or affected by temporary interference.|
|Green synchronized flashing||WPS connection is in progress. This may take up to five minutes|
|Green light||WPS connection succeeded. This status is temporary and lasts for about 5 seconds, before it changes to one of the following:
|Green synchronized flashing
4 seconds on 4 seconds off
|The device has not been configured, has factory settings, and is not connected to your home network — for example, the first device is not connected by cable to the wireless router.
Actions: Set up your device as described in extending your AirTies network with an additional device.
|Green constant light||Wireless network is active, device is configured and not connected to the mesh. This device is your first access point (connected by cable to the router).|
1 second on
1 second off
|The device is part of the mesh network, but cannot find any other devices.
Actions: Make sure all devices in the mesh network are turned on and positioned sufficiently close to each other.
|Red||WPS connection failed. This status is temporary and lasts about 5 seconds, before the LEDs return to the status they had before attempting a WPS connection.|
Actions: Move the device closer to another device already in the mesh network, and then repeat the WPS connection attempt.
See also the article Troubleshooting an AirTies network.