Port mode LED
The port mode LED indicates the type of information that the network port LEDs are showing. You can use
the port LED mode switching button to change the type of displayed port information.
Table 26 Port mode LED description
The seven-segment LED, together with the system status LED, shows detailed system operating information
The seven-segment LED can also show the total PoE output power as a percentage of the maximum PoE
output power that a PoE-capable switch can supply (see
5800-48G-PoE+ (2 slots), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA (2 slots), 5800-48G-PoE+ (1 slot), 5800-48G-PoE+ TAA
(1 slot), 5800-24G-PoE+, and 5800-24G-PoE+TAA.
Table 27 Seven-segment LED description (I)
System status LED
Flashing green (1 Hz)
(available only for PoE
Seven-segment LED (Unit) status
The LED displays numbers one by one.
The LED displays flashing numbers.
A bar rotates clockwise around the LED.
The LED displays a flashing F character.
The LED displays a flashing t character.
The network port LEDs are showing port rates.
The network port LEDs are showing the status of PoE power
supply on the ports.
The network port LEDs are showing duplex modes.
28). The PoE switches include
POST is running, and the LED displays
the ongoing test item ID.
POST has failed, and the LED flashes
the ID of the failed test item.
Software is loading.
The switch is experiencing a fan
The switch is in an over-temperature