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Ubee modem Ethernet light now blinks blue... why?

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Hi,  This morning I noticed on my Ubee D3.0 modem that the Ethernet light now blinks blue.  It used to blink green.  I've tried to find an answer to this, but had no luck.   The DS light is solid blue, but after looking at other posts, this seems normal.

 

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It means you have a gigabit ethernet connection.




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Thank you.  And the solid blue DS light... is that a good thing?  It used to be solid green for the longest time.

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Solid blue DS light means you are in a DOCSIS 3 system with multiple DS channels. So yes, it's a good thing.




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