RSSI-LEDs CPE510

Hi,
i cant see the rssi with the leds on the side, and i can´t see where i can activate it. How can i do this?

Regards
Matze

ubus call system board

{
"kernel": "5.15.134",
"hostname": "LinkAntenne",
"system": "Atheros AR9344 rev 2",
"model": "TP-Link CPE510 v3",
"board_name": "tplink,cpe510-v3",
"rootfs_type": "squashfs",
"release": {
"distribution": "OpenWrt",
"version": "23.05.0",
"revision": "r23497-6637af95aa",
"target": "ath79/generic",
"description": "OpenWrt 23.05.0 r23497-6637af95aa"
}
}

If you type rssi in software it kind of becomes clear. While at it please updated to 23.05.3

Do you mean for the OP to install something?

You might wanna note that the "Update Lists" button has to be pressed for your suggestion to work.

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Thank you for complement!!!

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I´ve updated to the latest version and installed luci-app-ledtrig-rssi

Now, i can select rssi - but nothing changes on the device. It looks like no setting take any affect after update...

Luci/system/leds

You mean where to configure? That´s clear, but nothing changes. When i trigger a led permanent on that works, but not with rssi

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https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/hardware/led/generic.rssileds

root@OpenWrt:~# uci show system
system.@system[0]=system
system.@system[0].hostname='OpenWrt'
system.@system[0].timezone='UTC'
system.@system[0].ttylogin='0'
system.@system[0].log_size='64'
system.@system[0].urandom_seed='0'
system.ntp=timeserver
system.ntp.enabled='1'
system.ntp.enable_server='0'
system.ntp.server='0.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' '1.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' '2.openwrt.pool.ntp.org' '3.openwrt.pool.ntp.org'
system.rssid_wlan0=rssid
system.rssid_wlan0.dev='wlan0'
system.rssid_wlan0.refresh='200000'
system.rssid_wlan0.threshold='1'
system.led_lan=led
system.led_lan.name='LAN'
system.led_lan.sysfs='green:lan'
system.led_lan.trigger='netdev'
system.led_lan.mode='link tx rx'
system.led_lan.dev='eth0'
system.led_rssilow=led
system.led_rssilow.sysfs='green:link1'
system.led_rssilow.trigger='rssi'
system.led_rssilow.iface='radio0'
system.led_rssilow.minq='1'
system.led_rssilow.maxq='100'
system.led_rssilow.offset='0'
system.led_rssilow.factor='13'
system.led_rssimediumlow=led
system.led_rssimediumlow.sysfs='green:link2'
system.led_rssimediumlow.trigger='rssi'
system.led_rssimediumlow.iface='phy0-sta0'
system.led_rssimediumlow.minq='26'
system.led_rssimediumlow.maxq='100'
system.led_rssimediumlow.offset='-25'
system.led_rssimediumlow.factor='13'
system.led_rssimediumhigh=led
system.led_rssimediumhigh.sysfs='green:link3'
system.led_rssimediumhigh.trigger='rssi'
system.led_rssimediumhigh.iface='phy0-sta0'
system.led_rssimediumhigh.minq='51'
system.led_rssimediumhigh.maxq='100'
system.led_rssimediumhigh.offset='-50'
system.led_rssimediumhigh.factor='13'
system.led_rssihigh=led
system.led_rssihigh.sysfs='green:link4'
system.led_rssihigh.trigger='rssi'
system.led_rssihigh.minq='76'
system.led_rssihigh.maxq='100'
system.led_rssihigh.offset='-75'
system.led_rssihigh.factor='13'
system.led_rssihigh.iface='phy0-sta0'
root@OpenWrt:~# uci show wireless
wireless.radio0=wifi-device
wireless.radio0.type='mac80211'
wireless.radio0.path='platform/ahb/18100000.wmac'
wireless.radio0.channel='36'
wireless.radio0.band='5g'
wireless.radio0.htmode='HT20'
wireless.radio0.cell_density='0'
wireless.wifinet1=wifi-iface
wireless.wifinet1.device='radio0'
wireless.wifinet1.mode='sta'
wireless.wifinet1.network='wwan'
wireless.wifinet1.ssid='***'
wireless.wifinet1.encryption='sae'
wireless.wifinet1.key='***'

I have changed the device to radio0 and phy0-sta0 - nothing changes. The 4th led is always on. Can i query the current signal quality from the service in the shell?

Yes, but you can also see it on the web GUI under Network > Wireless.

Also Status > Realtime Graphs > Wireless

That looks correct.

Okay, it looks like it´s not possible to use it on this device.

Thanks all!