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gregoryx

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ECC PLC lights - solid green plus flashing means... ???
« on: July 13, 2015, 12:35:22 AM »
Finally moved ahead with TED Pro Home (after a couple years of indecision).

I'm unclear whether it's communicating effectively or not. I think so, as the data in Footprints appears to be valid.

Can't find the meaning of the PLC / ECC communication lights
 ---- the two lights on the ECC - one is solid green (good, right?)
 ---- the other is flashing green/red (maybe a yellow, too?)
Is this good? As good as it gets?

I have 60-ish Insteon devices in my house, so I'm sort of expecting PLC issues; but if it's working, great.

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Re: ECC PLC lights - solid green plus flashing means... ???
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2015, 11:15:55 PM »
To check the strength of your PLC you can click on about then TED Pro statistics page. Look at the numbers next to MTU rec and MTU skp. Rec stands for packets received and skp is packets skipped. Generally we say if your MTU skp number is under 20% of your MTU rec number then you have good PLC communication.