I'll really appreciate the time you'll take to call them. I've started
to suspect on the specific router I've plugged the NSLU2 to.
Please keep us posted.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "zupidupi" <mikael.eriksson@...>
> Ho, hum...I guess I shoulda thought of calling support immediately but
> I was eager to start playing with the toy. Now it's Unslung and
> turbo'd up, so I'm afraid they won't change it even if I could prove
> all kinds of factory faults :( But, of course I could try to call them
> up...I'll keep you informed on any possible outcome. And, yeah, I'm
> outside US, too!
> --- In email@example.com, "Alex Mayorga Adame"
> <alex_mayorga@> wrote:
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "zupidupi" <mikael.eriksson@>
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi folks,
> > >
> > > I'm having a small, irritating problem with my slug. When I turn
> > > it's supposed to light up an orange light next to the
> > > Ready/Status-text, right. Then the Ethernet-light goes green,
> > > boot process starts running.
> > ...
> > >
> > > Has anybode else had this happening? And is there anything to worry
> > about?
> > I've seen that on my two days old NSLU2 (orange steady ready/status
> > LED, green semi steady Ethernet LED), called Linksys support right
> > away and was told to RMA the thing. It may be a real bugger, but I
> > refrained to mail it back instantly. So I went on an installed the
> > unslung firmware on it, everything looks fine now and I hadn't seen
> > the behavior and the NSLU2 is now working fine (knock on wood).
> > Would be good to try call/chat Linksys to see if they officially RMA
> > the NSLU2 showing that behavior and why they do so. I'm outside US so
> > it would be a real pain to get a replacement, I would do it anyway if
> > we can confirm this is a dangerous situation for our toy.
> > If you call/chat please keep me posted on an "official" answer.
> > Regards,
> > Alex