Learn how to confirm that your Huawei HG659b has connected successfully by checking its LED lights .
|POWER||The POWER LED should be a solid green. This indicates that your modem has been powered on.
|WAN||The WAN LED should be a solid green. This indicates that your modem has authenticated normally. If this LED is green and blinking, this means that the modem is attempting to connect to the Spark network. If this LED is off, that means that the DSL port (for ADSL and VDSL) or WAN port (for Fibre) is not connected.
|LAN1 - LAN4||The LAN LED confirms whether a device is connected to the LAN port of your modem. A solid green colour implies that at least one of the LAN ports on your modem is connected to a device. If your LAN LED is green and flashing, this means that data is being transmitted through a LAN port. The LAN LED being off indicates that no devices are connected to the LAN ports of the modem.|
|WLAN||The WLAN LED should be green to confirm stable connectivity on one or both your WiFi networks (2.4GHz and 5GHz). If this LED is green and flashing, this means that WPS has been enabled on the modem. The WLAN LED being off means that the WiFi on your modem has been disabled.|
|INTERNET||The INTERNET LED should be green and flashing. This means that your modem is connected to the Spark network and data is being transmitted. If the light issteady green, that means the modem is connected to the Spark network although no data is being transmitted. While this LED being off implies that the modem is not connected to the internet or is in bridge mode.|