Step 1:The First LED for the power icon turns ON when the device gets connected to an electrical source. When you pair a device with your router, the power light keeps flashing. The power LED also flashes when the router is in the power-saving mode.
Step 2:The center one with the house icon stands for Powerline connection. When there is a connection, the powerline connection LED turns ON. When the router’s power saver mode turns ON, the LED turns OFF. If the data rate is more than or equal to 80 Mbps, the light is in green. If it is 48-80MBps, the LED light will be in orange, and for 48Mbps or lesser data rate, the LED will be in red. In case the powerline network status is in excellent condition, you can see a Yellow-green light. Red light flashes when there is a poor connection.
Step 3:The last LED is the Ethernet LED. When you connect the Ethernet cable to an Ethernet port on the router and device, the LED turns ON. The Ethernet LED flashes when there is a data transfer happening.