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[* black] This ambient light sensorLED ring will change colors based on what state the OnHub is in. Blue means you're ready to begin setup. [guide|13470|Orange] is for, “Oh snap, something is wrong." Green means you’re good to go!
[* black] This mysterious anomaly is probably an ambient light sensor enabling dimming.

[* black] Before we rip open this router, let’s take a minute to ogle the OnHub’s fancy LED halo. No annoying blinkyblinking router lights herehere, let's hope the constant status light isn't blinding in the dark.
[* black] This ambient light sensorLED ring will change colors based on what state the OnHub is in. Blue means you're ready to begin setup. [guide|13470|Orange] is for, “Oh snap, something is wrong." Green means you’re good to go!
[* black] This mysterious anomaly is probably an ambient light sensor enabling dimming.

[* black] Before we rip open this router, let’s take a minute to ogle the OnHub’s fancy LED halo. No annoying blinkyblinking router lights herehere, let's hope the constant status light isn't blinding in the dark.
[* black] We also spy a small cutaway on the bottom of the cowling for the cabling.
[* black] We're skeptical as to whether it's actually possible to fully populate these ports without having to smash some cables down to get the cowling back on. Even the power plug alone created some resistance as we replaced the cowling. Two extra ethernet cables and a USB cable could quickly turn this into a cable disaster.

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