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Checking the Hub color code to get the state of the system[edit]

This feature is not implemented yet. Kits from the beta-testing program don't include the RGB led on the Hub board

When the power is plugged to the SBC you should see the blue led [R1] on the Hub turn on and stay that way. This means that power is also arriving to the Hub. After some time you should see the RBG led [U4] on the hub start to change state:

HUB RGB led color codes
CODE COLOR MEANING
0 ORANGE the system has boot, but the WIFI interface is still not ready
1 GREEN the SSID has been exposed, and the system is waiting for a node to connect, or that someone has already connected to the WIFI network, but hasn’t accessed the server.
2 BLUE the system has found an external WIFI access point with the correct name, and it has connected to it
3 RED there was an error
4 YELLOW at least 1 client is connected to the notochord server
5 WHITE the notochord is transmitting data
If on boot the SBC founds an external SSID named “Chordata-net” with the password “chordata” it will drop its Access point funcionalities and connect to that external network


If after some time the led turns green or blue, then we are good to go.