Thanks for posting. I pulled up your account and diagnostics show that the HughesNet equipment is working normally. Please keep in mind that the 25+ Mbps we deliver to your modem is shared amongst all devices connected to your modem and wifi network. So with the 11 devices on your network, including the DirecTV box and 3 Roku devices, those share the bandwidth and use your data. You can even test this out by turning off wifi and leaving one computer directly connected to the modem and see the difference in performance.
Upload... what are you trying to upload to Netflix? You mean download, don't you?
Now I ran out of data AGAIN.
It wouldn't at all surprise me that it's your DirecTV receiver that Liz mentioned. DirecTV receivers can and often will use data, regardless of whether you watch anything at all on demand. They use the data to update both the Guide and individual program info, and I suspect the instant watch movies that are normally downloaded through the DirecTV dish itself. People have had their data wiped out in short order by DirecTV receivers.
The best advice I can give is to disconnect that DirecTV receiver from your HughesNet service.
Good morning deankrahn,
It's been a while since we last heard from you, so we will close this thread. I hope the suggestions provided helped. If you still have concerns, please start a new thread and include a detailed explanation so we can better assist you.