How to remove the annoying blue Telstra logo light from Gateway Pro v7610December 22, 2017 / by Marco / Categories : Business, Hardware, Technology
Yesterday I setup the Telstra Gateway Pro v7610 and the most annoying thing about this router is the BLUE Telstra Logo – at night you see this beaming blue light emitting from the corner of my office area which I found very annoying. It looked like this:
This is the blue light I’m talking about on the router being described in the manual – Power LED around the Telstra Logo
I went on a quest to see if there was a way to disable this blue light and didn’t give up until I finally did it.
You may be asking “Why not just read the manual?”. I did and there were no instructions describing the steps on how to achieve this. I was almost desperate to just use black tape and hide the light somehow but luckily I didn’t resort to this step. I also couldn’t find any website that had this information so I decided to document it here before I forget.
You can watch this video and follow the instructions:
Here are the steps on how to disable this in the configuration panel of the router:
- Login to your Router
- Enter your username and password
- Click on Advanced
- Click on Advanced Setup
- Click on LED Control Settings
- Click on the checkbox Turn Off Telstra Logo LED
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