Full Guide to Troubleshoot Linksys Velop Yellow Light Issue

If you have been using the Linksys Velop router for quite some time, then you might be aware of the various LED light issues related to it. But, are you aware of the Linksys Velop yellow light issue? Have you been facing it recently? Is that a yes or a no? If it is a yes, then it is recommended that you take a brisk walk through the troubleshooting hacks given in this post. As soon as you are done reading this article, we are sure that you will have us in your prayers that we were able to help you out. For your information, in one of the hacks, you might have to log in to the device using the Linksys router login IP address  Read on.

How to Troubleshoot Linksys Velop Yellow Light Issue?

  1. Reboot the Velop System

The biggest reason why you are experiencing the Linksys Velop yellow light issue is technical glitches. But, the good thing is that these glitches can be taken care of if you restart your Linksys Velop system. To reboot your device, you are required to walk through the instructions mentioned here:

  • Unplug the Linksys Velop device from the wall socket.

  • Wait for some time.

  • Plug the Linksys Velop back into the outlet.

Now, check if the Linksys Velop yellow light issue has left you for good. If luck still has not kissed your feet, then you should follow the 2nd hack.

  1. Reposition the Velop Nodes

If the nodes on your Linksys Velop device are not positioned correctly, then also you can face the Linksys Velop yellow light issue. To troubleshoot it, you need to reposition the nodes. By that, we mean that you should pull them a little closer. After that, see if the LED has stopped blinking yellow or not.

  1. Check the Cable Connection

Before implementing this hack, you need to ask the following questions from yourself:

  • Is the Ethernet cable worn out?

  • Does the cable have cuts?

If your answer is yes, then you are required to step out of your house in order to purchase a new cable to connect the devices. Although this tip will help you, in case, it does not, do not get disheartened. The reason being, we still have a couple of more hacks to help you out.

  1. Perform Velop Firmware Update

At times, an outdated firmware can lead you to the Linksys Velop yellow light issue. Therefore, all you need to do to eliminate this reason is to update the firmware of your Linksys Velop device. You can do so with the help of these guidelines:

  • Launch your mobile device.

  • Download the Linksys app.

  • After that, do Linksys Velop login using the admin login credentials.

  • Tap on the Menu icon.

  • Select the Network Administration option.

  • Hit Firmware Update.

Before you even know it, the Linksys Velop firmware update process will come to an end. Hopefully, you will face no issues during the process.

For your information, if you ever decide to perform Linksys extender setup in the future, you can update its firmware using the Linksys app as well.

  1. Avoid WiFi Interference

If you have not tried this hack, yet then it is recommended that you try it now. It is not too late. You can keep WiFi interference at bay by relocating your Velop device. Just make sure that it is not being kept near cellular phones, washing machines, baby monitors, treadmills, televisions, refrigerators, and microwave ovens.

  1. Reset the Linksys Velop System

If none of the aforementioned troubleshooting hacks have worked for you, then it is recommended that you reset the Linksys Velop system. That can be done if you take a walk through the following steps:

  • Locate the Reset button on the Linksys Velop system.

  • Do not hurry while locating the button.

  • After your patience pays off, press the Reset button.

In no time, your Linksys Velop device will get restored to its default factory mode. Now, you need to setup Linksys router using any method that you like.


With the last hack, we are putting an end to our article written on how to troubleshoot the Linksys Velop yellow light issue. So, what is the result? Are we in your prayers yet? Or do we need to bring forward another article to help you out? Whatever your answer might be, do share it with your fellow readers.

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