I was trying to change the LED color of my access point but wasn’t able to do this in the portal. There is no save button on this page.
It is not possible to adjust a setting on this page using the dropdown options. I tested this with Safari and Chrome.
My AP6 has firmware version 1.1f installed.
Hi Niels. The settings on that page “save” once you change them. There isn’t an extra save button that needs pushing. Are you finding that making changes are not staying once changed?
@rutman286 , I went to test it again.
- Changing the LED color still doesn’t work for me.
- Changing the theme color does work now.
Another question about this page.
What is changed when you choose Icon or Raw in Settings > System > Appearance > WiFi Signal?
I don’t see anything changing at first glance.
Good question! The change shows itself on the devices page. The “Signal” column on that page will change from an icon to a number.
I think I found the problem. There are two places to changes the LED settings, in the site settings and in the AP settings. These settings could conflict with each other.
Which settings have the highest priority? The site settings or the AP settings?
Hi guys, I do see something strange going on. We’ll get it fixed shortly
@Niels Great questions. The way we have designed the LED policies on the APs is that you can set a site value (Blue, White, Off). You can then go into each AP and decide if you want it to subscribe/follow to the site policy by setting the value in each AP’s settings card to “Default.”
If you have a certain AP that needs to behave differently, use can use the same drop down to statically assign that AP its own LED rule. The idea being if you have an AP in an area of your project that needs to be darker, or if your customer likes blue LEDs in part of the project and white in others, you have that granularity.
If you have set each of your AP colors statically, they will not follow the site settings. Hope this helps! Please let us know if you see any other behavior that what is outlined here.