All lights has to be solid green consistently to have Airave working. I would suggest you to plug Airave directly to Modem(from wan on Airave to Ethernet on modem) and then from Lan 1 on Airave to one of the 4 ports on the router. This ideal way of setting up Airave. Then give 15-20 minutes and check how Airave responds.
I thought that if the lights were blinking green then the connection was good. I have the airave plugged into the router. All the lights just changed to green now so its working fine. It has been consistently green before and then two lights would turn red suddenly.
Hi I just received my airave on Wednesday and it has been pretty inconsistent. Sometimes it works and at other times only two of the LED lights are flashing green. What do you think I should do?
I just ran a speedtest again just now. Here are the following results:
What does all this mean to me? All my lights are solid green. I unpluged the ethernet cord and the power cord on the airave last night and it is now working wi8th the exception of my phone.
Mine was the same way when I ran the test. All requirements were within limits, but jitter, which was over 200. The airave is plugged in correctly, but I wonder if the set up at my BIL's house is the culprit. They have several devices using the wi-fi from the modem (phones, computer, nooks, and a xbox, which my nephew on is 24/7). I have noticed that when he is not on the xbox, I am able to hear whoever is calling me and they can hear me just fine. Is there anyway to have the Airave hooked up so that it does not interfere with his Xbox use (although he really should get off of it. )?