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What do the Home Fusion LED lights mean?

Our LTE Internet Installed, "cantenna", "Home Fusion" system seems to function ok, but for the last couple of years has rarely provided more than 0.5 Mbps download and 1.5 Mbps upload (far less than advertised speeds).  This has not been a huge issue for us.  We never stream anything,  Web browsing and email does not need a lot of speed.  Killing power and restarting the system occasionally seems to help when things get really slow. The two lights on my cantenna (the outside part) are sometimes green and green, other times they are green and blue.  The lights on our router (the inside part) are always green, with the LTE and WiFi lights nearly always blinking.  I know blinking means there is signal traffic.  We may not be doing anything but Windows and Android devices are nearly always doing something in the background unless we turn their little WiFi radios completely off.

It would be nice to know what the lights on the cantenna mean.  The manual provides this information for the router, but does not provide any explanation for the lights on the cantenna.

Re: What do the Home Fusion LED lights mean?

I posted this in your previous thread. Look at the last page here:

Re: What do the Home Fusion LED lights mean?

The correct answer was provided by 7e18n1.  Thank You!

Unfortunately the answer was in a linked pdf file.  For those who also get "Unexpected Error Has Occurred" when clicking links provided as the answer to a question, this is what the LED Indicators on the HBA "Cantenna" mean.

Coax Network

Red = Power Supply connected

Green = Valid connection to Home service gateway.


Red = Low LTE signal strength

Blue = Medium LTE signal strength

Green = High LTE signal strength

When first powered up, the Coax Network LED should show Red to indicate Power Supply Connected.  Once a valid connection to the HBR Router has been established, the Coax Network LED should turn Green and stay Green.