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The middle light is amber
What is this light?
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http://cache-www.belkin.com/support/dl/QIG_F5D4081_8820-00771_RevA00_VideoLink_3_Powerline.pdf

The middle LED is the Powerline Link LED. Yellow is low speed.

Blinking – Powerline data
transmitting or receiving
Color Green – Link rate excellent:
greater than 80Mbps
Color Amber – Link rate low:
less than 80Mbps
Off – No activity
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Just back from hospital.  Will update / closing cases soon
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Hope everything is ok.
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