Table 1. LED descriptions (Continued)
Solid green. One or both WiFi radios are operating.
Blinking green. One or both WiFi radios are sending or receiving traffic.
Off. Both WiFi radios are off. For more information, seeControl the WiFi Radios on page
Ethernet LAN ports 1–4:
Solid green. A powered-on Ethernet device is connected to the LAN port.
Blinking green. The LAN port is sending or receiving traffic.
Off. No powered-on Ethernet device is connected to the LAN port.
The back panel of the access point provides ports, buttons, and a DC power connector.
Figure 2. Access point back panel
Viewed from left to right, the back panel contains the following components:
•WPS button. Press the WPS button to join the access point’s WiFi network without typing the WiFi
password. For more information, see Wi-Fi Protected Setup Method on page 19.
•WiFi On/Off button. Press the WiFi On/Off button for two seconds to turn the WiFi radios on or off.
•LAN ports 1–4. Four Gigabit Ethernet RJ-45 LAN ports to connect the access point to Ethernet devices.
You can use one of the LAN ports to connect the access point to a router, network switch, or network
hub (see Set Up and Connect the Access Point to Your Router or DHCP Server on page 11). You can
use the other LAN ports to connect the access point to Ethernet devices such as computers.
•Reset button. Press the Reset button to reset the access point to factory default settings. For more
information, see Use the Reset Button on page 38.
•Power On/Off button. Press the Power On/Off button to provide power to the access point.
•DC power connector. Connect the power adapter that came in the product package to the DC power
Hardware Overview of the Access Point
802.11ac Wireless Access Point Model WAC104