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Solved us/ds flashing blue on Arris TM1602

Discussion in 'Networking' started by LucasmL, Feb 20, 2019.

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  1. LucasmL

    LucasmL Thread Starter

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    It’s been flashing like this for about 4-5 hours. The power light is the only consistent light that is on. I have spectrum internet. I’ve tried restarting and unplugging and etc
     
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  2. lunarlander

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    Are you using your phone to post the message - if so, are you using Wi-Fi provided thru the modem ?
     
  3. LucasmL

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    Yes i’m using my phone. No, i’m not using wifi. I’m using data.
     
  4. lunarlander

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    Phone your ISP support. I think us/ds stands for up-stream / down-stream, just guessing.
     
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    Yes. UpStream Sync and DownStream Sync. Depending upon the Make and Model of the Modem, the colour of the LED and its state ( solid or blinking) ) indicate the channel's condition and are associated with DOCSIS Modems and DOCSIS Modem+Router appliances.
     
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    US/DS light should not be flashing. Your modem is not receiving the signal so you are probably in an outage.
     
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