At the heart of this lies the question of .... "what signal"?
There can be one, if you have a single computer directly connected to the modem but there can be as many as five ... if you are connected to the modem through a router.
Hughes, as yet, does not offer a router with built-in internal WiFi.
As to your satellite connection itself, you should check the modems internal SCC (System Control Center) found at 192.168.0.1 for any past and current error conditions ... THAT is the state of your Hughes connection ... and the one that Hughes is obligated to supply and support.
The other four ... would be the result of you connecting through a router, either wired or wirelessly.
The administration of the user supplied portion (your router) of your "Network" is ... your responsibility.
There are many variables that a router introduces in general and more than several aspects related to the wireless side of a Network be it a A, B, G, N or AC connection spread over a single 2.4 GHZ, or a single or dual 5.0 GHZ wireless spectrum plus the various device wireless adaptor settings on the connected devices themselves.
Please describe your "network" including method of connection, router brand and model, wireless connection band and number and description of connected devices and OS's.