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msnyder2772
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200 nana

current situation. ethernet line from plug in to the router is orange . how do i get it to green

Model: XAVB2101v1|POWERLINE AV 200 NANO ADAPTER KIT|EOL
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microchip8
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Plug in to what? a modem-only? A Modem/router gateway?

 

Which router model do you have? Which firmware version?

Routing: NETGEAR R7800 - Voxel Firmware 1.0.2.84SF
Switching: 2x NETGEAR 8-ports (GS108v4) / 1x NETGEAR 16-ports (JGS516v2)
Desktop: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X - Server: Intel Core i7-7700K - NAS: Intel Pentium G4400 - Cruncher: Intel Core i5-7400
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antinode
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> [...] the router [...]

 

   Has your (unspecified) "the router" a maker and model number?  If
Netgear made it, then visit http://netgear.com/support , put in your
model number, and look for Documentation.  Get the User Manual (at
least).  Read.  Look for the LED descriptions to see what "orange"
(amber) means.

 

> Model: XAVB2101v1|POWERLINE AV 200 NANO ADAPTER KIT|EOL

 

   Visit http://netgear.com/support , put in your model number, and look
for Documentation.  Get the User Manual (at least).  Read.  Look for the
"Technical Specifications" and, specifically, the Ethernet speeds (not
really what I'd call "Data and routing protocols"):

 

      IEEE 802.3 (10BASE-T), IEEE 802.3u (100BASE-Tx)

 

> [...] how do i get it to green

 

   Replace your old, slow Powerline devices with newer ones which have
faster (gigabit/s) Ethernet interfaces?

 

   Why, exactly, do you care about the LED color?  Are your Powerline
gizmos actually limiting the network speed for your device(s)?

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