What Does Blue Light on My Orbi Device Mean?

The blue light on your Orbi device means it has a good and stable connection with your satellite and modem. But, don’t worry, the Orbi blue light turns off after a couple of minutes. It is normal! It indicates pretty good connection between the devices (As we have already said). In case, the LED on your Orbi devices stays solid blue more than a longer time than expected, it means that there is something wrong with your device. Yes, you read it right! These are Orbi color codes which may act weird sometimes. Don’t worry! You are on the right post! If the LED on your Orbi device remains solid blue for more than expected time, then here are some troubleshooting tips that you can follow to get the issue fixed. So, without further ado, let’s get down to it!

What’s in this Post?

Have a quick nudge below and know what this post includes:

  • This particular post includes troubleshooting tips to fix “Orbi blue light” issue (if it remains solid blue for a longer time)
  • Fixes to troubleshoot “Orbi connected but no internet” issue. This type of issue usually persists after saying goodbye to the blue light issue.

Thus, keep reading and get ready to make the most out of your Netgear Orbi. Hence, stick to this 3-minute read!

Fixed: Orbi Blue Light

Fix 1: Power Cycle Your Devices

The first yet important fix that you can try to troubleshoot the issue is to power cycle or restart your Orbi device and the modem. You might take this fix as a simple tip, but note it down, sometimes, a simple reboot or restart is enough to make you get rid of technical-related issues with your devices.

To execute the process, here are the guidelines you need to follow:

Step 1: First this first, turn off your Orbi router, satellite, and modem.

Step 2: Wait for some time.

Step 3: Turn on your devices and see if the power cycling process has helped you to tackle the issue.

Fix 2: Check with Your ISP

If you see Orbi blue light for a longer time than expected, then it seems like something is wrong with your WiFi network. To get it fixed, you need to contact your ISP. Ask him if upgrading the existing data plan can help you to deal with the issue. Apart from this, you can also request him to update the modem’s firmware (if needed).

Here’s to hope that after following the 2 fixes listed above, you are not seeing Orbi blue light for a longer time. If yes, then that’s a great thing. But, what’s this? The issue is fixed, but you are getting no internet on your Orbi device? Need not worry! This is the common issue encountered by every 3rd Orbi user across the globe. For getting it fixed, you need to try this hack.

Orbi Connected but No Internet: Fixed

Fix 1: Check the Connectivity

You may get Orbi connected but no internet issue if your device (Orbi) is not connected to its satellite and modem. In that case, ensure the following:

  • Grab a well-maintained Ethernet cable and once you have access to it, use it to connect your Orbi device, modem.
  • Make sure that the cable connection between your devices is made tightly and in a proper way. Apart from this, ensure that the cable(s) are inserted correctly into the correct ports of your devices.
  • Just in case, you don’t want to use an Ethernet source for making a wired connection between them, make use of a wireless source.

Here’s to hope that after applying this fix you are able to troubleshoot “Orbi connected but no internet” issue. If not, without thinking much, scroll down a little!

Fix 2: Reset and Reconfigure Orbi

Sometimes, improper Orbi configuration may also lead to “Orbi connected but no internet” issue. In such a case, resetting is suggested to tackle improper Orbi configuration issues.

For resetting Orbi, simply locate and press the Orbi’s reset hole, wait for some time, and your Orbi device will be reset.

After successfully resetting your Orbi, configure it again properly via default orbilogin username and password and orbilogin.net web address.

We hope that the information we have provided you in this article was useful.

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