Each light on a router’s control panel indicates a particular action or status of the router. Generally, the flashing green light indicates that your router is online or active. The flashing lights does not necessarily mean there is a problem with your router.
In some router models, if the LAN light flashes in green, then it indicates traffic/usage on the local network. But in most routers, the flashing green light indicates that the router is starting up. When it comes to the Power light, a solid green light indicates the router is connected to the power properly. Carry out the below-mentioned steps on router green light flashing.
Now, let’s see the meaning of the flashing green light on Cisco and NETGEAR router models.
LED Indicator A: If it is blinking green, then it means the Ethernet interface is receiving packets.
PVDM0 (Packet voice data modules indicator): PVDM0 has been started.
SYS PWR indicator: Router is booting up normally.
CF indicator: The flash memory is being accessed. During this process, make sure not to remove the CompactFlash memory card.
Power LED solid green: Indicates your router is ready. But, if it keeps flashing, then there might be some problems with the router.
If you encounter the same issue on your NETGEAR router, then try some quick solutions given below.
If your Sky router’s power light is green, but the internet LED is turned OFF or amber, then try some quick solutions discussed below.