Sometimes web acceleration is only a problem with specific web pages
This post is not clear at all. The only way I have found to get to the advanced page of the HT1100 modem is by typing in this address: http://192.168.0.1/cgi-bin/index.cgi?Command=1 Then from there, on the left side menu, hit "web acceleration" and then click "control" under that, and you will get a screen that allows you to turn off all web acceleration. Click the checkmark box, then hit "submit." To turn it back on, click the box again (and the checkmark will disappear) and hit "submit" again. This sometimes help to restore service for a while, but it does not solve any underlying problems. Sometimes web acceleration is only a problem with specific web pages, and in my case, using specific web pages on a specific computer. My Toshiba laptop gives me a lot of web acceleration errors, but my HP desktop, using the same websites, does not.
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Kinda suggests a problem with the hardware, setup or OS on the Toshiba laptop. Maybe a combination of all three. The Hughes network is not going to treat one computer different from another once it gets out over the modem unless there is something different with the computer itself.
Charles, Intel laptop wireless adapters have always given me some kind of problem. I always end up going back to Qualcomm Atheros, using a dual-band AR5BWB222 for some time and works great. Added benefit of Bluetooth.
Guess Intel isn't as good with wireless adapters as they are with CPUs.