When I connect my computer to LAN port, it does not connect at all (windows shows no connection, ipconfig shows no interface connected). Looks like LAN port is dead.
When I connect my computer to WAN port, it shows that a connection is stablished, so WAN looks fine.
Even though I had set the computar IP address to 192.168.1.2 and followed the tutorial to get on uboot (press reset, power it on, wait until the lights pattern changes and then releases the reset button), I cannot access uboot at 192.168.1.1.
So something I have noticed is that with Many GL.iNet power supplies and powering on, and it is stated in the guides, you always want to plug the power cable into the device then plug the power cable into the outlet. If you pull the cable from the device while still powered on you can get a spark.