Internet speed test at PC is usually around 25 Mbps. Whether we use wireless or ethernet from the Hughes router to any other device the speed is usually around 3 Mbps. Today it's 1 Mbps. All devices are newer. Hughes even replaced the router, still the same results. So the router seems to work normally until it tries to transmit. Any ideas on how to fix would be appreciated.
Yes, I have done extensive troubleshooting including the following:
Are you certain your 5GHz wifi is set for 802.11a/n/ac and up to 20/40/80MHz bandwidth... and that your devices are capable of using it? Similarly, your 2.4GHz should be set for 802.11b/g/n and 20/40MHz bandwidth.
You can check the wifi info here: http://192.168.42.1/wireless_main.htm (you may have to enter your admin password first)
First, what are you using to test your speed with your Ethernet cable connected PC?
Secondly, what are the other devices that you are connecting via Ethernet cable to the HughesNet modem, and what are you using to test your speed with those devices?
These questions are only concerning the Ethernet cable connections, not WiFi. For the WiFi connections, please refer to Mark's post.
Good morning username12345,
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