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Ports and Status Indicators

The MX84 uses LEDs to inform the user of the device's status. When the device powers on, all the Internet LEDs flash

twice. Additional functions are described below, from left to right.

Item

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2

3

Function

Power

USB connectivity

HA status

LED Status

Solid orange

Flashing white

Solid white

Off

Solid Orange

Flashing orange

Green

Off

Solid orange

Flashing orange

Green

Meaning

Power is applied

Operation in progress

Fully operational

During boot or no USB

link

Initial link

Internet connectivity not

complete

USB connection detected

No high availability

available

Initial link

High availability not

complete

High availability available

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Setting up Your Network & Meraki Router

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Setting up the Network

If your restaurant is new to Toast, then follow the steps below for setting up your network. If you have purchased used or re-used equipment from another Toast customer, the Meraki router will no longer be in Toast's Meraki dashboard and we will have to take an additional step to re-add it. You will need to contact your Onboarding Consultant for help.

The Cisco Meraki Z3/MX64/MX84 must be connected directly to your modem, not through an intermediate device. this ensures that the Toast POS is isolated on it's own secured subnet and meets PCI compliance standards.

When possible, all of the Toast hardware should be connected directly to the Toast router. If there are not enough ports on the Meraki to accommodate all Toast devices, you can use a network switch. All non-Toast devices and services (for example, guest WiFi, music streaming, etc) must be connected to a different port on the cable modem and may not be attached to the Meraki router or network switch. 

The front-side of your Meraki has an LED display that indicates the operational status of the router; the rear-side has 5 ethernet ports. 
 


 

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Router Installation Steps

1. Using the provided Ethernet cable, connect one end into an open port on your cable modem (the box provided by your internet service provider) and the other end into the Internet port of the Meraki router. 

2. Plug in the Cisco Meraki router's power adapter, included in the box, then plug in the adapter into an outlet. The devices will automatically turn on when power is connected. The LED display will be solid orange as there is no internet connectivity currently. After about 30 seconds, the LED display should now be changing colors as it tries to establish internet connectivity through the cable modem. 

3. Once the LED display turns into a solid white, it means the Meraki router has established internet connectivity through the cable modem. It usually takes a few minutes for the Meraki router to connect to the internet, but in some instances, it can take up to an hour. 

4. Once the router is connected to the internet, it will display a solid white light on the LED display. If the router is changing colors or blinking white, it is still trying to connect. If the router is displaying a solid orange light, then there are connectivity issues and the connection needs troubleshooting. 

Toast recommends calling your Internet Service Provider and verifying that you have the correct information for adding a new device. Often times, if the Meraki doesn't connect right away, there's something that needs to be configured on the Internet Service Provider's side.

5. Once the router is displaying the solid white light, connect all Ethernet lines (Cat5e or Cat6 cables) that run to the Toast devices into the LAN ports of the Meraki router. If you only have one Wireless Access Point (WAP), then you won't need to use the PoE injector and you'll be able to connect it directly to the 5th port on the Meraki directly. Lastly, if you have more than four lines that need to connect to the router, utilize one of the switches provided in your Toast hardware order. You can connect the switch to one of the LAN ports and connect the remaining Ethernet cables to the switch.  If you have more than one WAP, then you will need to use the PoE and connect it to the switch instead. Below is an example of a possible network diagram. 

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1. Confirm you have the internet port of the Meraki connected to your ISP modem. When plugged into this port, the router will light up with cycling rainbow colors as it gets connected, and eventually stabilize to a solid white light. 

2. If you still don't see a solid white light or cycling of rainbow colors, then try a different ethernet cable and wait a few minutes for the Meraki to reconnect. 

3. Unplug your devices and plug them back in. You can power cycle the ISP modem and the Meraki by disconnecting the power cable from the device for a minute or two and re-connecting it. Wait for the status light to cycle through rainbow colors. 

4. If you are still unable to get either a solid white light or cycling of rainbow colors, then call your internet service provider (ISP) and confirm whether you have a Static IP or DHCP. Your Meraki should be able to connect if you have DHCP, so if you are unable to establish a connection, then your ISP may be able to advise here. If you have a Static IP you will want to contact Customer Care  or your Onboarding Consultant with this information for further troubleshooting. 

If these steps did not help resolve the issue, reach out to your Onboarding Consultant or Toast Customer Care to speak to a Networking Specialist for further assistance. 


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Sours: https://central.toasttab.com/s/article/Setting-Up-Your-Network-Meraki-Router
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The Light Fantastic

The new multi–color LED on our Access Points provides easy at–a–glance status

CISCO_AP_cutout_highResFor several years, Meraki APs have been adorned with several LEDs, depicting the strength of connection to the LAN (be that via an Ethernet cable or mesh neighbor) plus a simple multi–function LED indicating cloud connection status, upgrading firmware or connection issues. For customers wishing to keep their APs as discrete as possible, there is an option to ‘Run Dark’, turning all LEDs off.

Today, the majority of our customers are using their APs in what we call ‘gateway mode’, i.e., connected to the LAN via an Ethernet cable. Where practical from a cabling perspective, this approach will always yield the best performance, as the radios in the AP can be dedicated to serving clients without having to additionally backhaul traffic to mesh neighbors.

Running in gateway mode, the AP’s signal strength LEDs all remain illuminated, and for those customers who require it the dashboard provides a detailed view of mesh signal strength to all neighbors. So for the design of our latest AP, the MR34, Meraki took the opportunity to clean up the design of the front of the AP by removing the 6 LEDs on earlier models and replacing them with a single multi–function LED on the underside.

The new single LED is capable of displaying multiple colors which are used to indicate various conditions, as follows:

OrangeAP is booting
Blinking BlueAP is upgrading firmware
GreenAP in Gateway mode with no clients associated
BlueAP in Gateway mode with clients associated
Blinking OrangeAP can’t find an uplink

 

The steady state blue LED indicating associated clients is unobtrusive, but as with earlier models can be turned off in the dashboard if preferred.

Worthy of a special mention is the boot sequence, where the LED provides a rainbow light show as it runs through diagnostics and gets itself connected to the LAN. Here it is in action:


We believe aesthetics matter, even in the workplace, and indeed many of our customers tell us they love the design of our APs. Even small changes like the new LED and the levelling tool integrated into the MR34’s mounting plate make a contribution. We’d love to hear what you think of the new design through our social media channels.

Sours: https://meraki.cisco.com/blog/2014/02/the-light-fantastic/
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Meraki Go - Decoding the LED Light

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Each Meraki Go WiFi access point is equipped with a multi color light that can be seen on the top right of each device to provide an easy at-a-glance status.

If you don’t see any light being emitted, please ensure that your Meraki Go access point is properly powered with either the included AC adapter, or from a "power over ethernet" (PoE) supported ethernet port.

Access Point Color States

These can also be found from within the Meraki Go App.

LEDColors_Booting@2x.pngOrange

Booting
Your access point is powered on and starting up

LEDColors_Uplink@2x.pngBlinking Orange

Cannot find uplink

Your access point is unable to find a way to the internet. This can occur when there are issues with your connection to your ISP, or if your network is misconfigured

LEDColors_Connecting@2x.pngRainbow

Connecting

Your access point is initializing and trying to connect to the internet

LEDColors_Upgrading@2x.pngBlinking blue

Updating

Your access point is updating to the latest firmware. Firmware updates include new features, and keep your network secure

LEDColors_Online@2x.pngGreen

Online

Your access point is online and ready for device to connect. It’s good to Go!

Switch Color States

These can also be found from within the Meraki Go App.

LEDColors_Connecting@2x.pngRainbow

Connecting

Your switch is initializing and trying to connect to the internet

LEDColors_Booting@2x.pngOrange

Cannot find uplink

Your switch is unable to find a way to the internet. This can occur when there are issues with your connection to your ISP, or if your network is misconfigured

whiteblink.pngBlinking white

Updating

Your switch is updating to the latest firmware. Firmware updates include new features, and keep your network secure

white.pngWhite

Online

Your switch is online and ready for device to connect. It’s good to Go!

Security Gateway Color States

These can also be found from within the Meraki Go App.

LEDColors_Booting@2x.pngOrange

Booting
Your security gateway is powered on and starting up

LEDColors_Connecting@2x.pngRainbow

Connecting

Your security gateway is initializing and trying to connect to the internet

whiteblink.pngBlinking white

Updating

Your security gateway is updating to the latest firmware. Firmware updates include new features, and keep your network secure

white.pngWhite

Online

Your security gateway is online and ready for device to connect. It’s good to Go!

 

 


LED Locations

Indoor WiFi Access Point

Outdoor WiFi Access Point

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What does the Meraki Access Point (AP) look like?

Front/Side:Indicator lightBack: Plugs (Power, Power over Ethernet, Network)
Indicator light

Connections On Back

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Connections on back of AP

  • Power over Ethernet  = For technical reasons, SCLS will only use Power over Ethernet for APs. Using this type of connection, the power to the AP is delivered over the network cable.

Access Point (AP) information and troubleshooting

Indicator light

The access point is equipped with a multi-color LED light on the front of the unit. This light conveys information about system functionality and performance:

  • Orange = AP is booting (permanent Orange suggests hardware issue)
  • Rainbow = AP is initializing/scanning
    • This most commonly occurs after power or network outages, or after power cycling the AP or network equipment.
    • Wait 5 minutes for the light to go solid green or solid blue.
    • If the light is still flashing after 5 minutes, call the Help Desk.
  • Blinking Blue = AP is upgrading
  • Green = Connected to network and no clients are connected
  • Blue = Connected to network and clients are connected
  • Blinking Orange = AP can't successfully connect to the network--call the Help Desk.
  • No light = no power
    • If your AP is on a desk or shelf,
      • Make sure it’s plugged in. The AP can become unplugged at the AP, at the power brick, or the power outlet.
      • For assistance, call the Help Desk.
    • If your AP is mounted to the ceiling, call the Help Desk.

Other information about the Enterprise Wireless service

  • The new Meraki Enterprise Wireless service connects to the cloud through the SCLS network.  If the SCLS network is down, then the Enterprise Wireless service is down.
  • The Enterprise Wireless is available 24/7. If 24/7 availability is a problem, contact the Help Desk. Don’t unplug the AP to make it unavailable!
  • If you experience any issues with the Enterprise Wireless service, please call the Help Desk. Do NOT power cycle the AP without talking to the Help Desk first.
  • There are multiple wireless signals associated with the AP:
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    • Staff = Available to library staff with SCLS-supported laptops
Sours: https://www.scls.info/enterprise-wireless-support-meraki
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