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Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

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Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

Well... That was a bust...  Just got the error on both my terminals...  Neither showed that failure message in their logs. Smiley Sad

However, I did notice something semi-interesting...  Testing on two terminals at the same time using two different machines, both got the encryption error approximately the same time...

Back to the drawing board. Smiley Sad


EDIT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!UPDATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!EDIT

Ok, re-ran the tests for a third time, after a few minutes, got the encryption error on my residential unit, and the error came up in the debugging logs at the exact same time.  It may be unrelated, but 2/3 tests it has shown at the same time.  I suspect a cloud may have impacted test #2, as my SME still hasn't errored yet.



Dec 11 16:48:50 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 16:48:50 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 16:48:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 16:48:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 16:48:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 16:48:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 16:48:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 16:48:48 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 16:48:48 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 16:48:47 (none) user.debug syslog: mid_mng_get(303):MNG Get: [ARC_WAN_0_IP4_Addr_2] Fail
Dec 11 16:48:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 16:48:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 16:48:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 16:48:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 16:48:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 16:48:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 16:48:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 16:47:50 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 16:47:50 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 16:47:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 16:47:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 16:47:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 16:47:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 16:47:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 16:47:48 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 16:47:48 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 16:47:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 16:47:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 16:47:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 16:47:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 16:47:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 16:47:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 16:47:45 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 16:46:50 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 16:46:50 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 16:46:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 16:46:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 16:46:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 16:46:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 16:46:50 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 16:46:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 56 seconds.
Dec 11 16:46:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.



!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! UPDATE (17:15) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

So far, out of another 10 tests... SME has had zero disconnects, and Residential has had... numerous... However, I have not seen any IPv4 Fail messages in the HT2000w Router logs...  So, it seems there *may* be multiple problems?  I did notice a new error during all those tests, highlighted below, but I am not sure if it would have anything to do with the disconnect... It happens at approximately the same time as the RDP disconnect (with in 30 seconds or so), but it *could* be a total fluke.

Dec 11 17:11:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 17:11:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:11:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:11:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:11:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:11:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 17:11:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:11:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:11:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 17:11:03 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 17:11:03 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 17:11:03 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 17:11:03 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:11:03 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:11:03 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 17:11:03 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 17:10:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 17:10:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:10:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:10:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:10:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:10:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 17:10:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:10:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:10:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 17:10:03 (none) daemon.err httphsc[20853]: open local socket error
Dec 11 17:10:03 (none) daemon.err httphsc[20853]: connect error, errno=[11]
Dec 11 17:10:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 17:10:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 17:10:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 17:10:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:10:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:10:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 17:10:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 17:09:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 17:09:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:09:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:09:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:09:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:09:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 17:09:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:09:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:09:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 17:09:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 17:09:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 17:09:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 17:09:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:09:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:09:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 17:09:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 17:08:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 17:08:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:08:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:08:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:08:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:08:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 17:08:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:08:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:08:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 17:08:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 17:08:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 17:08:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 17:08:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:08:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:08:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 17:08:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 17:07:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 17:07:49 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:07:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:07:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:07:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:07:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 17:07:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:07:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:07:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 17:07:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 17:07:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 17:07:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 17:07:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:07:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:07:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 17:07:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 17:06:50 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 56 seconds.
Dec 11 17:06:50 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:06:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:06:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:06:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:06:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 17:06:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:06:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:06:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPREQUEST on eth0.2 to 100.74.83.169 port 67
Dec 11 17:06:01 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 17:06:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 17:06:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:06:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:06:01 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 17:05:50 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 17:05:50 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:05:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:05:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:05:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:05:46 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.


!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Update (17:35) !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

17:17 - Cleared HT2000w Logs
17:18 - Reconnected to RDP Server from DSS
17:20 - Still connected (prior, had disconnects with in minutes, this seems to be load based...?)
17:22 - Noted there is an httphsc error open local socket error, RDP is still operational.
17:24 - RDP failed - Nothing of note really...

17:26 - Clearing HT2000w Logs again
17:29 - Reconnected to RDP Server from DSS
17:30:04 - RDP failed - Still nothing of note... BLEH

 

Dec 11 17:30:14 (none) daemon.err httphsc[23597]: open local socket error
Dec 11 17:30:14 (none) daemon.err httphsc[23597]: connect error, errno=[11]
Dec 11 17:30:11 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(607):There is not WAN to be specified, use wan_dft_idx 0.
Dec 11 17:30:11 (none) user.debug syslog: command_handler(566):arca.dbus.dhcp6c: @@received command: CMD_START
Dec 11 17:30:11 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: excute action:monitor_dhcp6c
Dec 11 17:30:11 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process radvd: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:30:11 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: process dhcp6d: IPv6 settings is not ready!
Dec 11 17:30:11 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process escaped last time, set action:monitor_dhcp6c to restart
Dec 11 17:30:11 (none) daemon.info arc_monitor: Process dhclient6 is not found!
Dec 11 17:29:50 (none) daemon.info dhclient: bound to 100.74.83.170 -- renewal in 57 seconds.
Dec 11 17:29:50 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [bind_lease:1581] dhclient bind lease.
Dec 11 17:29:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [gratuitous_arp:125] dhclient gratuitous arp.
Dec 11 17:29:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [dhcpack:1394] dhclient receive ack from server(100.74.83.169).
Dec 11 17:29:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: DHCPACK from 100.74.83.169
Dec 11 17:29:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: [send_request:2730] dhclient send request.
Dec 11 17:29:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6
Dec 11 17:29:47 (none) daemon.info dhclient: adapter index 6


Nothing really in logs to indicate the issue... Unless the logger is behind a bit?

Time for bed... I feel very defeated right now. Smiley Sad


UPDATE 17:47
SME is still connected... None of the above mentioned errors, only the one disconnect that I think was a fluke since it happened at approximately the same time as the DSS.

UPDATE: 18:51
RDP on SME just disconnected - no errors in any logs.

Defo need sleep now - will grab packet captures at both server and client side tomorrow to see if anything can be picked out... Didn't find anything last time...

Associate Professor

Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

Back after much needed sleep, I would like to note an observation I made...

While my SME account had only two total disconnects, my DSS had numerous, and the disconnect frequency increased dramatically as time went on into peak usage time.  I will resume testing today again at Noon (eastern), with packet captures on my residential system to see how things fair.

Spectator

Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

Put me on the list too. I get the same exact error.  I also work from home.  Luckily I do most of work from my local workstation.  So I program locally, making new versions of applications, then quite often I need to deploy the updates to a customer.   Almost everyday, I connect to various RDPs all over the world, but just as needed for shorter periods of time (5-30 minutes). 

 

1. It happens in bursts.  By that I mean that I might not get the error at all for several hours.  Then I might get the errror continously every 30 seconds or less.

2. I use multiple workstations.  Makes no difference.

3. Some customer systems I connect to are extreamly prone to this behavior, while with other customers, it is rare.  I encourage the other posters here to try to RDP onto different machines that are on totally different networks than the machine you are experiencing issues with.

4. The errror seems to only happen to me when I am actively interacting with the rdp session.  I mean moving the mouse, typing and clicking on things.  If I just leave the rdp session open, leave and come back several hours later, the session is still active.  Then I interact with the session for just a few minutes, then BAM, it crashes again.  It would be an interesting experiment to run a program in the RDP session that keeps changing something on the screen without any input.  I wonder if that would trigger the errror without any input?

5. I can always re-connect to the same session I had active.  So its not logging me off.  There is one exception to this.  Im in the U.S.  This customer is in Australia, and they have a VPN.  YUCK!  so slow.  Anyway, when the error happens with them, it kills my session completely, instead of just disconnecting me.  One more thing on this.  I do believe that with just this one customer, I think I was actually getting this error message with gen 4, and I saw someone else get the same error message (he is in Australia, not on Sat connection like me).

6. I realize this probably seems ilogical, but I assure you its true.  One RDP window inside another RDP window will trigger the error much more frequently.  The inner RDP window does not crash, only the outer one.  When I reconnect to the outer session, sure enough, the inner session is still active.  One time I was able to keep triggering the crash at will, almost instantly.  All I had to do was interact with the inner session, and BAM, crash. 

7. Other remote software like Logmein, GotoMyPC, and others seem to work just fine.  All of our customers have every possible combination of VPN client combined with every goofy remote software you can think of.  They all seem to work just fine.  Its only good ole RDP that has the problem.

 

If the techs want to do a remote session, or need any data, let me know.  Im here all day, every day working.

 

 

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Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

Hi RandomPerson123,

 

Thank you for reaching out and providing this information, I'll let the engineers know and see if they have any news. I'll post back once I have any updates to share.

 

Your cooperation, patience, and understanding are much appreciated.

 

Thanks,
Liz

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Freshman

Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

I have a possible solution to the remote desktop connection errors.  My company started using a VPN for remote access and required me to install Sonic Wall Net Extender which encrypts data.  I do not understand all the technical stuff but since I have been using it with Hughes I have not been kicked off due to the data encryption error at all. The connection is a little slower but maybe it will be a solution for some of you or something Hughes could check in to.  Hope this helps.

 

 

Spectator

Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

Great suggestion! I turned on my Norton Wifi Privacty and haven't gotten the error in hours, where I was getting it within 2 minutes of connecting every time.

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Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

Update - I am still not getting kicked off as much since I am using the VPN but unfortunately the connection is too slow to use and I keep getting connection breaks.  I am on the phone now with tech support about this. 

Freshman

Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

@Liz Just wondering why I didn't get a response from you when I posted about having this same problem a few weeks ago. This problem has been going on now for five months. What is HughesNet doing to fix this?

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Re: Remote Desktop Connection error with HT2000W

Hi eranch,

 

Thanks for posting. I'm sorry if I've missed your thread. Engineering is still investigating, once I have any other news to share, we'll let you know.

 

Your patience and understanding are much appreciated.

 

Thanks,
Liz

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