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I don't know where my original post is but problem not solved.

Honorary Alumnus

Re: I don't know where my original post is but problem not solved.

open your modems SCC at 192.168.0.1


Are both of the icon at the top center green?

Click on the System Status link. Scroll down to WAN info, What is your receive signal strength?

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Freshman

Re: I don't know where my original post is but problem not solved.

Amanda, I was trying to respond to your response:

Hi Patty

Sorry to hear that - I checked out your system and things look generally good. I did notice that there may be low power going to the modem. Do you have the HughesNet modem plugged into the wall, power strip or surge protector?

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Amanda

It brought me to this feed but I can't find it. But I do have to use a strip because I have 4 things to plug in and only one outlet. It is all hughes net. I have sent reports but no one has responded to that from the web test. My phone still causes me to talk over everyone and I am frankly tired of it all. I will just wait for the contract to run out and get off hughes net altogether. I will never recommend it to anyone. It is way too expensive for something just barely above dial-up. I am tired of trying.