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LED Blink Pattern

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When my Connect ME boots up the Ethernet Activity (Green) LED blink in a 2-2-5 pattern and simply stops.

It does not appear to boot my NET+Works application.

What does the 2-2-5 pattern indicate?
asked Dec 10, 2003 in NET+OS by Guest1 New to the Community (1 point)
recategorized Dec 19, 2013 by tuxembb

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The boot loader of the Connect ME can indicate a range of problems via the Network Activity LED.

This particular blink pattern indicates that the EOS (Embedded Operating System) has failed its check.

The way to resolve this would be to reload the EOS into the ME's flash. If this ME has a JTAG interface the reloading can be accomplished via GDB using the naftpapp example. For units without a JTAG, please contact Digi Technical Support for assistance.
answered Dec 16, 2003 by Cameron Seasoned Professional (221 points)
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Hi there could you possible help me i've got a 6-3-1 blink pattern. any idea what that means. also is there a document with a list of these blink patterns that we could reference.

Thanks Shaheen
answered Aug 25, 2004 by Shaheen New to the Community (3 points)
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What should the leds do on a healthy module? This still isn't given in the user guide, and its 18 months since this question was first asked.
answered Nov 24, 2005 by KenMacfarlane New to the Community (2 points)
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Cameron: Could you PLEASE SEND ME A LIST OF THE BLINKING ERROR CODES ???? PLEASE!

I cannot believe that digi doesn´t document it !!

I have 6-3-4 and repeat.

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE!!
answered Aug 16, 2008 by KARIROW New to the Community (5 points)
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Hi, find "BSP POST Digi Connect ME" in digi API reference. There are described POST blinks.

Jirka
answered Aug 16, 2008 by kubiajir Community Contributor (61 points)
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