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re booting router

when logging on to internet banking, I cannot open log-in page. Must re boot router 

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Professor

Re: re booting router

Are you saying that every time you need to login, you need to reboot the router? And what router is this? Is it the Hughesnet modem or something else?

Distinguished Professor III

Re: re booting router


@rickharrison51 wrote:

when logging on to internet banking, I cannot open log-in page. Must re boot router 


You may want to try clearing your browser cache.  Flushing yoru DNS cache may also help.


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New Poster

Re: re booting router

Sounds like you guys need to learn a better way of supplying service.....Flushing the DNS continually because web pages won't load properly is unacceptable. You might want to ask Verizon how their connections are made. When I really need to connect, I switch over to them. The area I live in doesn't get good cell reception, so I am stuck with your crappy service. The only god news is that Verizon may be putting a cell tower in closer to me. If this happens, I will drop you like a hot rock and do my best to take every one of your customers with me....

Assistant Professor

Re: re booting router


@Slajman wrote:

Flushing the DNS continually because web pages won't load properly is unacceptable.


All wifi routers do this, usually due to a marginal wifi signal. Chill.


* Disclaimer: I am a HughesNet customer and not a HughesNet employee. All of my comments are my own and do not necessarily represent HughesNet in any way.
Distinguished Professor III

Re: re booting router

@Slajman 

 

You may want to read a little more thoroughly before you again decide to rudely invade and post an unconstructive rant on the thread of someone seeking help for their issue.

 

I never said anything about continually flushing the DNS cache, nor did the OP say anything about their issue being a continual problem.  Secondly, flushing the DNS cache is quite often a step in troubleshooting a website access issue.

 

This is the HughesNet Support Community, with the key word being SUPPORT.  If you want to rant, please have a little respect for those seeking help and do it elsewhere.


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Moderator

Re: re booting router

Good morning rickharrison51, 

 

We're closing this thread since we never got a reply from you. I hope Gabe's suggestion helped. If you still have concerns, please start a new thread and include a detailed explanation so we can more effectively help you.

 

Thanks,
Liz

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