Linksys Velop Lights

A Linksys Velop mesh system has different nodes. These nodes have a Power LED located on them. The Power light is meant to help you know the status of the Velop node. On this page, we have covered various colors that you see on your node LED and what each color denotes. This will help you better understand your WiFi device so that you can take the necessary action whenever needed.

Linksys Velop Lights

Linksys Velop Lights: Meaning

The below table sheds light on the different statuses of Power LED on your Linksys node along with the meaning:

LED Status Meaning
Solid Purple Linksys Node is ready to be Set up
Blinking Purple Bluetooth setup is going on using the Linksys app
Solid Blue Node is connected to the internet and is online
Blinking Blue Either the node is booting up or the WPS setup is going on
Solid Yellow Weak internet signal detected. Move the node closer to the second node
Blinking Yellow WPS connection has failed
Solid Red No internet connection. Troubleshoot the connection
Blinking Red On Parent Node: Not paired with the modem. Examine the LAN cable running from the modem to the node

On Child Node: The child node is disconnected from the network. See if the parent node is online

Solid White Automatic setup is in progress

This is all about several colors on your Linksys node and their specific meaning. In the next section, we have highlighted troubleshooting tips for certain issues indicated by the Power LED.

Troubleshooting Linksys Velop Errors Using Lights

Linksys Velop Solid Red Light

Linksys Velop Blinking Red Light

  • Since the connection between the router and modem or parent node and child node is unstable, you should check the LAN cable first. Replace the cable with a new one.
  • Examine the ports in use. Clean them and reconnect the cable.
  • Make a finger-tight connection.
  • Check the power supply to the devices. Ensure that adequate power is supplied.
  • Power cycle the network by unplugging and plugging back the Linksys Velop and internet modem or parent node and child node.
  • If everything else fails to help, resetting the Velop node is the only option you are left with.
Linksys Velop Blinking Red Light

Linksys Velop Purple Light

Linksys Velop Blinking Purple Light

Linksys Velop Solid Orange Light

Linksys Velop Blinking Orange Light

This is all about Linksys Velop lights and their meaning. You can use the troubleshooting steps provide here to resolve the issue as indicated by the specific light color on your Linksys Velop.

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