When the DS light flashes on an Arris Touchstone Telephony modem, it means that there is no Internet connection. A flashing light can also indicate that the firmware is being updated, which could be the cause of the loss of the Internet connection.
The standard Arris factory settings for the indicator lights are the yellow light at the DS position, which indicates that the modem is connected to the Internet at high speed, and the green light at the DS position, which indicates an ultra-high speed Internet connection. It is possible that individual cable companies can reconfigure the lights to show green regardless of Internet connection speeds or swap the meaning of the green and yellow lights.Learn More
"Wi-Fi enabled" means that a device is capable of receiving and transmitting wireless signals through the use of a Wi-Fi network. Personal computers, mobile phones, tablets, digital cameras and video-game console systems are often Wi-Fi enabled.Full Answer >
There are four methods of playing "Stronghold Crusader" by Firefly Studios with multiple players: by directly connecting computers together, by connecting computers through a Local Area Network, by making a direct connection between two computers remotely using a modem or an Internet connection, and by playing online through the GameSpy Arcade service. Each method has its own unique setup instructions.Full Answer >
Telecommunications equipment company Arris manufactures several different cable modems in its line known as Surfboard or Surfboard Extreme. Arris also manufactures high-speed DSL modems, smart video adapters and modem replacement batteries for Surfboard modems.Full Answer >
When the Safety Restraint System light stays on, this means there is a problem with the airbag system. If the SRS light only blinks when the car is first turned on, this is completely normal. The SRS light blinks upon starting to indicate that the system is checking for malfunctions in the supplemental restraint system.Full Answer >