Mesh Wi-Fi networks are all the rage at the moment and the Nova M3 is proving to be amazing value for money, costing less than £92 for 3 units. The Tenda Nova M3 light is a single LED on the front, but what does the colour mean?
The primary unit it working normally. On secondary units, this indicates a good connection to the primary unit.
On secondary units, this indicates an average connection from the primary unit.
On secondary units, this means that it’s disconnected from the primary unit.
The primary unit has connected to the internet. For secondary units, this means that it has successfully connected to the primary unit.
A factory reset is in process.
So what do you do if you hit problems? Your best option is to search Tenda’s support website. Type “MW3” into the FAQ search box and you’ll find all relevant items for the mesh router.
Right now, this isn’t stuffed with information. But there are useful articles on such things as blacklisting devices and resetting the nodes. There’s also a handy Live Chat option on the site if you can’t find the answer to your problem.
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