My signal strength is 102. State Code is fully operational. My download speeds are in the 40+Mbps 99% of the time. Tonight (11pm), music on our Google Home devices is cutting out and download speed is 9.34Mbps (which should still be plenty for music streaming) compared to 40ish at the same time on other nights. Oh well, after tonight we won't have to worry about it for another 30 years. Next Friday the 13th/full moon is is Aug 13, 2049. We (my husband and I) won't be around to see it
My speeds were pretty terrible last night, for a time. I eventually rebooted the modem and they improved, though still not to where they normally are. Just a lot of people online, evidently.
Well, now things are looking even worse and the full moon/Friday 13 thing is over 12.1.9 transmit errors and diagnostic code of 0000-4000-0400-0043. I had this code (and others) prior to the satellite being fixed. I thought my HughesNet problems were over :/
Is it still happening? A 12.1.9 almost always means weather, though with your service's track record, I don't know. With that said, there was some weather hitting around Duluth within the last couple of hours, though I don't know how bad really was.
Yes, I still have the diganostic and state code. When I checked, it wasn't raining in Duluth and it's still hot and sunny here in Texas. Google just said it's not raining in Duluth...56 and partly cloudy.