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Looks like I can access 192.168.42.1 through the LAN and access the wifi portion of the router. Still cannot access 192.168.0.1 on the LAN. Wifi connects but no internet.
This is definitely odd - it could be that another gateway address is set on the device you are trying to use (192.168.1.1). Do you have any other devices you can test? Are all of your lights on the HughesNet modem lit or just a couple, like in your original post?
Try disconnecting the power and then the coax. Let it rest for a few. Reconnect coax and then the power. Maybe it will boot. This has worked many so many times for me I named this procedure the coax dance.
Tried the disconnect last night As a side note, I've been using HughesNet since the days of DirecWay out here and have been happy with it for the most part. Just gotta get back up and running so I can start work taody.
The new wifi modem doesn't get too hot but heat is another thing that used to shut me down. The 9000 was like a furnace. Sorry but that's about all I have for you. I hope Amanda can give you some help. No internet is very frustrating when there's work to do.
Hmm, alright. So I cannot communicate with your modem because it is not transmitting out. If you try to access http://systemcontrolcenter.com does that redirect you to the control center page? To go forward I really need to get the state code from the modem, so the first thing we need to do is get to the modem's home page. ~A
Okay, I think I have one last thing we can try before I start making calls around here
If you can get to 192.168.42.1 ...
Scroll down to the Information box
under WAN, copy the IP address listed for Gateway and try to browse to that instead