As mentioned, my Airave no longer seems to be functioning. All of my indicator lights have started blinking yellow. I've read up on these forums, and hus far, I've done the following without success:
Any other thoughts or suggestions?
Thank you for reaching out to us. I'm very sorry to hear about the issue you are having. I'll be happy to help. please disconnect the Airave, and modem from their power source. Wait 5 minutes, turn on the Airave. Wait another 5 minutes, then turn on the Modem. Please let me know if that helps.
Good morning, Ivan. I have "jumped into" this conversation because my Airave Access Point has also stopped working. I have also followed many of the troubleshooting procedures. I live in an area in which Sprint connectivity is impossible without an Airave device. I have had this "replacement" Airave for about two+ years with no issues. This morning, after the inability to *99 the network and after noticing that the Voicemail, VoiP Phone, and Broadband lights on the Airave were blinking yellow at about 1 blink/second, I began troubleshoot and searching posts for a remedy.
I suspect that the unit is "fried".
I have attempted all of the previously mentioned troubleshooting techniques mentioned by aggrieved and followed the advice you posted on the 15th.
As aggrieved mentioned, I have attempted to use the "reset" button on the Airave unit as well and it appears to have no affect. Please advice.
I have an additional observation. The power supply light on the transformer, mid-AC-line, is blinking at the same frequency.
All we need are new power cords.
Found that my power cord light on the block (transormer) was blinking at the same frequency. Found another post in the "More Like This" links. I'll be calling Airave CS as soon as they are open for business.
Spent $17 out of pocket, including shipping, and AWAY from Radio Shack. Received it in two days. Airave is back up and running properly. Thanks, James at CS phone support. Problem resolved!
I tried your suggestion to no avail (incidentally, a telephone tech had made that suggestion a few days prior to your response). Sprint ultimately sent me a replacement device and after a few issues getting it set up (delayed provisioning, etc) I seem to be back up and running.