I doubt GW is "0", but if it's Beam 46, that's Bismarck, ND. IOW: The GWID looks like: J2BIS046HNSGWxxxx.
Looks like a small bit of snow went through there, but not enough to cause problems
The 0000-0000-0000-0027 is a diagnostic, but I can never decipher those correctly.
What is the System State Code when you go here.
Basically, I believe this means the terminal can't lock onto the satellite.
This could be as simple as the modem was somehow zeroized and needs to be 'reinstalled' by a technician.
Or, it could mean the dish was misaligned and also needs to be re-sighted by a technician.
At the worst, it could also mean the modem and/or the transceiver in the dish went bad and it - you guessed it - needs to be replaced by a technician.
Tagging the admins here, so they know to see this when they get in on Monday:
In the past, when this state code has been brought up here in the community, the answer was that it was likely bad weather at the gateway - see here, for example. Could this be the same issue in this case?
Nah, for a couple of reasons:
1. It seemed to be continuous rather than sporadic.
2. Weather at terminal as well as Bismarck seemed ok today.
Welcome to the community and thanks for posting. We certainly want to get you back online, so I pulled up your account to investigate and see you already called us yesterday. I hope the dispatch you have scheduled later this week goes well. Please don't hesitate to reach out again if you have additional concerns.