It can be very stressful to see the LOS light blinking red or solid on your router. It’s usually associated with no internet connection. Given that we use the internet nearly every day, this is something we should fix right away.
This article will describe the causes and solutions to the red LOS lights on your Globe At Home router.
So, let’s begin!
Globe At Home Los Red Light: Meaning
The name says it all LOS stands for Loss Of Signal. There are many reasons this could happen, and it can cause the LOS light on your Globe At Home Router to go red.
One common cause is Cables and connectors that are damaged or missing. Fiber cable is sensitive and should be checked immediately.
Another common reason is: Power outage or service in your area. We will discuss the various ways you can determine if an outage is caused by a problem later.
Globe At Home Los Red Light: How To Fix It?
These are some of the most common solutions to the Globe At Home LOS red-light issue.
Wait A Little
In some cases, the LOS light issue can be resolved by itself. Therefore, you shouldn’t try fixing the problem the very moment you notice the red light. Just wait a little and then if it doesn’t fix on its own after some time, start with the basic troubleshooting.
Examine the Cables and Connectors
We have already mentioned that a damaged or loose cable is one reason for the red LOS lights. This is what you should first check. You must be careful when checking the condition of your fiber cables and connections. They are sensitive.
Fiber cable is sensitive. If you bend it too much, you could easily cause damage. Also, if it’s not firmly connected the signal will be interrupted resulting in a red LOS light. Make sure you take your time to check that everything is properly and securely connected. If you find a damaged connector or cable, replace it to see if it fixes the problem. If everything seems fine, you can try the following.
Start Your Globe at Home Router
This is the best and easiest way to fix any network problem. It is possible for any settings or cache memory issues to be corrected by restarting your router.
To complete the task correctly, turn off Globe at Home router. Next, disconnect the power cable. For a few moments, leave the router unplugged. Next, plug in the power cord and turn on router. Wait until the router boots completely. Next, check your internet connection and the LOS light. This simple fix will most likely solve the problem. But if it doesn’t we have to continue with the troubleshooting.
Is Globe Down
Verify that your ISP has not gone down. You can check if your ISP is performing scheduled maintenance. They may also be experiencing technical problems with their network, or a power outage. The signal will disappear completely or become very weak no matter what the reason. The LOS light will then turn red.
There are several ways you can check if there is an outage. You can first check the DownDetector website from your smartphone to see if any other users have had issues with their services.
Contact Globe At Home support to inquire if they are having problems with your connection or if there is an outage.
You will need to wait for the company to resolve the problem. In most cases, this shouldn’t last long, but your ISP can tell you when they expect to resolve the problem on their side.
Get in touch for support
If you receive a message from your ISP stating that there is no service or power in your area, it’s possible to contact them and ask for their assistance. They may be able to check your connection and line. They will issue a repair request if they are able to determine the source of your LOS lights. Hopefully, you won’t have to wait too much to get your issue fixed.
NOTE:Be calm and polite when contacting support.
It is possible to experience loss of signal every now and again. This can always be accompanied by no internet access. It is important to learn how to fix the Globe At Home LOS red signal. We hope this article helped you solve the problem. Next time you see it again, you’ll be able to know exactly how to fix it.