My signal all of a sudden dropped to under 30. There is no extreme weather in my area or my gateway location of San Diego. Both are just partly cloudy.
I don’t think it was a good idea but I attempted to reboot my modem but now it won’t complete the start up because no signal to check and complete the Software Download progcess.
Is is anyone else having any problems?
From the sounds of things, SDO is down entirely... I wonder if other gateways are down...
Gen5 is really starting to be more of a hassle for a lot of people it seams. I am starting to regret upgradeing in a way. When everything is working good it’s nice but seams more trouble then good these last several months.
Jupiter II / Echostar19 appears to be having multiple outages... The moderators will probably make an announcement soon. Please dont call the service line as they afe overwhelmed and it will not help if its a system wide issue.
Now they post an Announcement saying interruption for “SOME” Gen5 customers... it seams more like MOST or ALL Gen5 customers.
I did a search for HughesNet outages and a few sites I looked at show hundreds of reports and customers commenting they have no internet.
Hope the satellite isn’t fried.
This is the second time since I got HughesNet in 2008 where I lost service. The first time was with my old system which was out for almost a week.
Only way to know gateway is to look before you have an outage.... terminals will show creating ipgw or associating right now.
It will take a bit to get a moderator here... They usually take 2ish hours to post when theres an outage of this scale, especially on a holiday.
Im in Alabama and mine is down YET AGAIN
I have been down more than up over the past few months, I call and they say Im under contract yet they dont fufill they end of the contract
I connected another provider so I have internet
You are spamming, and breaking the community terms of service at this point, please refrain from doing so, as this makes it difficult to wade through the topics/posts here.
@JerryLantz ...read the community guidelines, I wont waste time with you.
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