We just had Hughesnet installed, HT2000w modem, and download speeds from multiple speed tests are amazing. BUT...
My ipad wont connect/stay connected to either the 2.4 or 5. More clearly, it shows that i am connected, but Netflix won't load. I can download shows, but rarely can I connect/stream long enough to watch them. Often times through the day, I have to use my iphone data plan to access internet, even though my phone says I am "connected" to the wifi. My xbox is "rejected" from connecting to the modem, and does not recognize the 5 gHz.
My laptop connects great. No point in having great internet if we can't connect and utilize it.. Anyone else have connectivity issues???
Hrm, on the Netflix apps for your devices, have you set the resolution to auto? It not, you may need to disable the video data saver option via the Hughesnet Usage Meter. If the app is trying to stream in HD, and the Video Saver is enabled, at best you will suffer from constant buffering.
Your device(s) may not support the Wifi Encryption method the HT2000w uses by default, this could be due to the age of the device, or software of the device. In the case of a Wireless adapter for your computer, please make sure you have the latest drivers installed. You can usually download the drivers from the manufacture of your computer, or of the wireless adapter.
To change from the default WPA2 AES encryption method to WPA/WPA2 TKIP+AES mode, please follow the steps below.
1: In your browser go to http://systemcontrolcenter.com or http://192.168.0.1
2: On the left hand side, click on "Wifi Settings"
3: You will be presented with a logon screen, the default password is admin
4: Select either 2.4Ghz, 2.4Ghz Guest, 5Ghz, or 5Ghz Guest, which ever network your device is trying to connect to
5: Select the WPA Mode and set to WPA/WPA2 - the Cipher Suite should change from AES to TKIP+AES
6: Click Save Settings
7: Try to reconnect your device using the proper password for the wifi network.
Also, please ensure that you aren't using a third party wireless router, or have a wifi network extender too close to the HT2000w.
Hrm, when viewing wifi networks, how many show up on your devices in your area?
You could try setting the channels manually instead of automatically to see if that helps.
1: Go into Wifi Settings
2: Enter the password for your Wifi Settings
3: Click on Advanced Setup
4: Click on Wireless
5: Change the Channel for 2.4Ghz from "Auto" to a fixed channel number. Most routers tend to use 5, 6, and 7 when on Auto, if you see several networks when looking at your wifi network list, I suggest using channel 9, or 3, as that tends to be more free.
6: Save Settings
As for the devices that are actually able to connect, that are having issues browsing, have you tried to toggle Web Acceleration to see if that makes a difference?
1: Visit http://192.168.0.1/limited.html#!/general/summary
2: Click on Web Acceleration
3: Click on Control
4: Click the green box named Web Acceleration Enabled - It should change to orange and say Web Acceleration Disabled
5: Wait a few minutes and check connectivity to websites and netflix again.
It may be best to create your own topic, indicating every possible aspect of your network, as well as what you have, and have not tried.
Good morning tamzemp,
Thank you for your update. I pulled up your system information and see that UPnP is still enabled and your modem hasn't been rebooted since April: