8283 Views 4 Replies Latest reply: Dec 22, 2008 6:25 PM by Rockett
Hello Xnavycdr. Welcome to the Apple Support Discussion Forums!
Just to be sure I understand correctly…
1: You have a wireless network consisting of an AirPort Extreme and two AirPort Expresses.
2: One of your AirPort Expresses is no longer recognized by AirPort Utility and has a blinking amber light.
Is that correct?
Hello Xnavycdr. Welcome to the Apple Discussions!
All was well until recently the AEx hooked to the whole house audio system has stopped communicating with the network, and even after several resets still blinks yellow. It does not show up in the speaker section at the bottom right of iTunes.
A persistent, flashing amber light indicates that any of the several potential conditions may require your attention:
o The base station has not yet been configured because it is new, or the reset switch has been set.
o You have selected a security configuration that is not recommended.
o One of several other conditions, such as a disconnected Ethernet cable or invalid IP address has been detected.
If you run the AirPort Utility, it will show an amber circle on the summary page next to the area(s) causing the problem. Click on this amber circle and it should provide an explanation.