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What Do LED Lights Mean on an eero Router

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Introduction

While many routers have a multitude of different lights that all mean something different, eero devices simplify things by only having one light. The light on your eero devices is designed to change colors and sometimes flash to give you a very clear and easy-to-understand status of both your network and that individual device at-a-glance. This guide will help you understand what each status light color means.
Eero

1 Status Indicators

There is one singular light on your Eero which will change colors depending on the status of your Router.
Eero devices showing the white LED

Power Indicators

Light Off
off ledYour eero is not powered on.
Blinking White
white blinkingYour eero is starting up/connecting to the Internet.

Bluetooth Indicators

Blinking Blue
blinking blue led
Your eero is currently broadcasting Bluetooth signal.
Solid Blue
solid blue led
Your eero is currently connected to the app.

Internet Indicators

Solid Red
solid red led
Your eero is not connected to the Internet.
Solid White
solid white led
Your eero is connected to Internet and working properly.

Other Indicators

Blinking Green
blinking green led
Your eero has detected other eero devices in-range/nearby.
Blinking Yellow
blinking yellow led
There is an unapproved USB-C power source connected to your eero.

If your status indicator is not shown here, please contact the product manufacturer for further assistance.

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While many routers have a multitude of different lights that all mean something different, eero devices simplify things by only having one light. The light on your eero devices is designed to change colors and sometimes flash to give you a very clear and easy-to-understand status of both your network and that individual device at-a-glance. This guide will help you understand what each status light color means.
Eero

There is one singular light on your Eero which will change colors depending on the status of your Router.
Eero devices showing the white LED

Power Indicators

Light Off
off ledYour eero is not powered on.
Blinking White
white blinkingYour eero is starting up/connecting to the Internet.

Bluetooth Indicators

Blinking Blue
blinking blue led
Your eero is currently broadcasting Bluetooth signal.
Solid Blue
solid blue led
Your eero is currently connected to the app.

Internet Indicators

Solid Red
solid red led
Your eero is not connected to the Internet.
Solid White
solid white led
Your eero is connected to Internet and working properly.

Other Indicators

Blinking Green
blinking green led
Your eero has detected other eero devices in-range/nearby.
Blinking Yellow
blinking yellow led
There is an unapproved USB-C power source connected to your eero.

If your status indicator is not shown here, please contact the product manufacturer for further assistance.