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Gateway location

Gateway location

  During my problems with weird happenings I decided to find out where my gateway was located. Although I didn't really think the problem was between me and the gateway I thought I'd check the weather at my gateway anyway.

 

 First I searched for gateway id 10 here, with no results that helped. Ditto with gateway location. I admit I only looked at three pages of results each time.

 

  Then with Google, I found a tutorial at:

 

https://chucksbasix.com/2017/10/06/how-to-find-your-hughesnet-gateway/

 

On how to find your gateway location using your IP Gateway Association State. Mine is:

 

ENG57HNSIGW54A001

 

  Appling the method in the turorial to the above I get a gateway location of: G57. Which makes no sense that I can see. Also the length of my IPGAS is different than his example

 

  I give up! Where the heck is gateway id 10, and can this be determined from ones IPGAS?

 

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Distinguished Professor IV

Re: Gateway location

@gaines_wright 

 

It looks like you're on Beam 57 of the Echostar 17 (J1) satellite.  If so, your Gateway is in Englewood, CO.

 

Check your beam and satellite in the Satellite box of this page.   

 

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Assistant Professor

Re: Gateway location

Actually, that would be ENG57 for the location,  HNS internal gateway 54A, as you're likely on J1, not J2.

@C0RR0SIVEmay have other info.


* 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: Gateway location

@gaines_wright 

 

It looks like you're on Beam 57 of the Echostar 17 (J1) satellite.  If so, your Gateway is in Englewood, CO.

 

Check your beam and satellite in the Satellite box of this page.   

 

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Re: Gateway location


@GabeU wrote:

@gaines_wright 

 

It looks like you're on Beam 57 of the Echostar 17 (J1) satellite.  If so, your Gateway is in Englewood, CO.

  Thanks.

  You know, would't it be nice if someone compiled a list of-- Nooooooo! I'm not going to fall for that again! Smiley Embarassed)>