This isn't anything to do with your problem, but I would dump that DirecTV connection. Connecting DirecTV to Hughesnet is highly advised against. It can use a lot of data, even when the DirecTV receiver is "off", as it's not really off, but in standby. The amount of data it can use varies. If you have a Smart TV that has it's own apps I would use that instead. DirecTV and Hughesnet do not play well together.
They don't work well together strictly due to the amount of data used. A DirecTV receiver can easily wipe out someone's monthly data in no time at all. It can use the internet to update its guide and descriptions and who knows what else, and it can add up in a short amount of time. There's also no way to adjust the streaming definition with their on demand service (if someone uses it), which can mean 3GB per hour. That's a lot for a capped service. This is why it's recommended against and my comment about them not playing well together. It's nothing technical or anything, just the data usage.