The router's lights indicate its the power and the connection status. On a Belkin router, there are usually 3 or 4 colors that indicate different statuses. The easiest mode of connection to any computer or laptop is using the wireless interface or using the WPS button. Now, have a look at the Belkin router orange light problem as follows.
Blinking colors Blue/ Green/ White - The router is starting or booting up.
Solid colors Blue/ Green/ White - The router is connected to the internet.
Blinking Amber/ Orange - The router cannot connect to the modem. The modem is either off r not connected to the router.
However, since we are dealing with the blinking amber light, we will be showing you how to set up the Belkin router to the modem properly. So, you will not be having the blinking amber light issue on the router ever again.
Unplug the Ethernet cable from the router and the modem.
Make sure there are no damages in the Ethernet cable; if so, you can always get the cable replaced to avoid Belkin router orange light problem.
Insert the Ethernet cable to the modem and connect the other end to the router.
Take out another Ethernet cable and connect it to the router and your computer or laptop.
Now, you will have to turn on your computer and then open the default browser.
Enter the router’s IP address in the address bar and press the Enter button.
Enter the default login credentials for the Belkin router.
Ensure if you are able to log in to the Belkin router’s configuration page.
If you are able to log in, you will no longer face the blinking amber light issue on your Belkin router. Now your Belkin router orange light problem is resolved.