LED management

Keenetic devices have an option to control the LED indicators. You can turn off all the LEDs on the device, or set them to turn off on a schedule (for example, to prevent the LEDs from working at night).

You can control the LEDs using the button on the device body or from the command line interface (CLI).

1. In the web configurator, on the 'General system settings' page, under 'The functions of Keenetic buttons and indicators' section, you can assign the 'Indicators - LED on/off switch' action to the Wi-Fi or FN button.



NOTE: Important! The first time the button is pressed, only the LEDs on the front panel are turned off. The second time only the LEDs on the back panel are turned off, and the third time all the LEDs are turned off. The fourth time all the LEDs are turned back on, and the factory preset is restored, i.e. the state when all the LEDs are lit.
After restarting the device, the light indication is restored to the factory preset when all the indicators are lit.

2. The following commands can be used to disable the indicators via the router's command line interface (CLI):

system led shutdown front — indicators on the front panel
system led shutdown back — indicators on the back
system led shutdown all — all indicators

This command is used to turn on the LEDs:

system no led shutdown

If after switching off the indicators with the commands above, you execute the command to save the settings to the device memory, the LEDs will remain disabled even after rebooting.

system configuration save 

3. To configure the indicators to switch off at a specific time, refer to 'Disabling all indicators on schedule'.

Detailed description of commands and their syntax can be found in the command interface reference book from the Download Center.

NOTE: Important! If you contact our support team, please inform a consultant that you disabled the light indicators, as it will not be possible to determine whether the device is working properly or not.


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