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Tis the Season

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Associate Professor

Tis the Season

Lots of people with new devices that aren't satellite-internet-proofed or don't know that they're even using the internet (or they do, just not how much). Every year at this time the system gets terribly overloaded at peak hours. #patience


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
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Distinguished Professor II

Re: Tis the Season

It's very noticeable , and sometimes congestion happens during the bonus bytes time too. 

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Associate Professor

Re: Tis the Season

Yup. The other day I had an htaccess file stall out while being uploaded to the website... leaving it completely unprotected. Not good.


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
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Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Tis the Season

It's definitely noticeable, that's for sure. 

 

Oddly enough, though, I was getting great speeds on Wednesday evening.  I was setting up my Pi4 as an access point (just for fun) and I ran a couple of tests through it using my laptop.  I wasn't signed in so I don't have a record of it, but it was nearly full speed, which was quite the opposite of what I expected, especially on that day and at that time.  I then tried it while directly connected to the HT2000W and it was the same.  


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Distinguished Professor II

Re: Tis the Season

 

Pretty slow for me.  

 

testmy.png

 

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Distinguished Professor II

Re: Tis the Season

By the way, the system doesn't seem to be accepting code. I tried an iframe and no dice.

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Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Tis the Season


@maratsade wrote:

By the way, the system doesn't seem to be accepting code. I tried an iframe and no dice.


Check your ad blocker.  It's ad blockers that seem to be giving me problems on the community lately.  Well, uBlock Origin, anyway.  


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Distinguished Professor II

Re: Tis the Season

<a href="https://testmy.net/db/mAnrA7-2Z">TestMy.net Test ID : mAnrA7-2Z</a><iframe loading="lazy" src="https://testmy.net/db/mAnrA7-2Z&f=1" scrolling="no" frameborder="0" height="370" width="100%"></iframe>

With ad blocker disabled.

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Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Tis the Season

How interesting.  I've never done it like that before.  I've always either copied the picture and pasted it, or saved it to my computer and then uploaded it.


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Distinguished Professor II

Re: Tis the Season

I normally do that too, but the other day I wanted to post an animated gif and tried the iframe and it didn't work.