Reading the instructions of the Superhub 3 states that the only light which should be illuminated is the white solid light at the bottom however, on my Superhub 3, I also have a flashing green wifi icon (the very top icon)??
The strange thing is, is that I am still able to get internet from the Hub - both on the 5Ghz channel (which is how I am posting this from my iPad Air 2) and also on the 2.4Ghz channel (my wife is currently surfing the web from an old laptop, connected via wifi using the slower speed)?
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I just logged onto the admin page of my hub 3 to check the WPS situation, which was enabled. I did NOT change the status to "Disable". However, I scrolled down to the "Add Device" option further down (I have a printer which I need to reconnect to the wifi since changing over to the Hub 3 and new wifi details) and it started scanning for devices. As I did not actually have my printer turned on at the time, I just clicked on the "Cancel" option and then logged out of my Hub 3.
BUT - when I then glanced over at the Hub, the previously flashing green wifi light, has now turned off????
Just to reiterate- I did NOT change any of the Hub settings...... merely let it scan for WPS devices but then cancelled the operation and logged out of the admin page and the green light then stopped flashing?! Coincidence?!!!!
That's why I alighted on the WPS button. There is a Polish version of the user guide (that I can't locate but Mud_Wizard knows where it is) that describes the flashing WiFi light, among other things (like no Internet), as searching for a wireless client. That fits the WPS case. Of course VM haven't done their job properly, and despite threads like this, have done nothing to update their crap documentation. I regard this, as do others, as a firmware bug because it should not happen if there is no intended WPS activity.