I have no internet. I'm showing Diagnostic Code 0051-2005-1200-5163. What is this?
Unfortunately, the diagnostic codes are a mystery to anyone other than HughesNet's own support.
What are you seeing for a State Code in the System Summary box at the top of this page?
The code can be decyphered easily my moving the dashes.
Instead of: 0051-2005-1200-5163
Imagine the dashes as: 00512-00512-00516-3
This is a daignostic for the last 3 hours and it is the same information as shown here:
The numeric codes are base 10 decimal representations of a binary code for the problem codes shown on the above pages.
The values that I have observed are:
TCP Acceleration 32
Fair Access Policy 512
Web Acceleration[N] 1024
DNS Acceleration[N] 2048
DNS Acceleration[I] 4096
I have not seen codes for 1, 8, 64, 256, etc show up so don't know what they represent, but if they ever show up you would see on the above pages what they represent.
The code means you have been in FAP for the last hours, and for the last hour, FAP and a data uplink issue (512+4 being 00516)
The final digit is just some kind of check digit.
I have been getting an uplink issue since shortly after midnight EST with unusually strong signal strength. Although weather can cause an uplink issue like this, the strong SQF may indicate that perhaps there are some adjustments this morning?
Eek! Now I can see why they request the State Codes instead. Trying to decipher that each time would get tedious VERY quickly. Interesting info, though. I never knew that's what those codes meant.