Try doing a Turbo Page Teardown:
A TurboPage Teardown is performed by opening the Modems SCC main page by entering 192.168.0.1 in a browser:
Click on the "Little Man" icon as shown to open the modems Advanced Pages:
On the Menu at left, find TURBOPAGE, expand it by clicking the +
Scroll down to ADVANCED CONFIG, click that
Finally, click the button "Teardown Turbopage Connection" and retry your webpage.
Again a Turbopage teardown in a 7000 does a "disconnect" from the current Web Acceleration server on the Hughes end and "increments" down the list of WA servers.
So a teardown give you a shot at getting "hooked up" on a Acceleration server that hopefully is not as busy.
It may take several "try's".
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I honestly don't know where the gateways are located for the 7000 system anymore.
It used to be that the Germantown MD was it. I think that is all "head NOC" now ... all supposition.
Things have changed so drastically since Spaceway3 and Echostar17.
Hughes has added massive infrastructure.
Here is a topic I started just having to do with ES17 and beam/gateways:
The number of active satellites and transponders has been greatly reduced. They could have squeezed what little 7000 traffic in nearly anywhere.
I don't know how many WA servers are built into the modems "short list" of options either.
The guess is .... 4 for the HN1100 Gen4 and those are incremented up by a combination of "disable WA" and MBX Reset.
7000's were to the best of my recollection .... teardown, teardown, teardown ... 3 to 5 times .. then it was good for a while.
Can't offer up any better than that.
The Mods Monday may chime in but .... 7000's now are all either legacy or only in Alaska. Mainstream knowledge is getting rare.