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SOURCE: I'm not able to connect to the internet. My modem is a SURFboard SB6141 (Motorola). Here is te Light Status: Power: White Recieve: Blue Send: Blue Sphere: White Zig Zag: Blinking Orange

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What is a bonded channel signal


A 'bonded channel' is where the modem combines two or more channels together, for increased bandwidth.
The first light <Power> should be green, indicating power is on.
The second <Receive> light can be green or blue. When it is steady green, no bonding is occurring, (less bandwidth). A steady blue light indicates that the modem is using more than one channel for downloading. That is too say, it is bonding(higher bandwidth). That is the preference.... (If green or blue, and flashing, modem is still setting up....).
The third light <Send> can be green or blue. When it is steady green, no bonding is occurring, (less bandwidth). A steady blue light indicates that the modem is using more than one channel for uploading. That is too say, it is bonding, (higher bandwidth). That is the preference.... (If green or blue, and flashing, modem is still setting up....).
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If green and not flashing, it is finished scanning....
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