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bbinabox

join:2009-02-27
Louisville, KY
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Re: One-Way vs Two-way Satellite Systems

Thanks but no thanks there GG.

I wonder why you want me gone so bad. Hurting sales? Offering another opinion only hurts your complete monopoly on those sites huh?

i.e. your blatant post attempt to sway folks from Hybrid (1-Way) technology in the StarConnect thread that went unanswered for days. I posted a reply, your post was then either changed or deleted and they moved everything to this thread.

Hopefully the majority of folks see through your schemes and aren't buying it....SORRY.

Say all you want about your expert knowledge. People really don't care. I really don't care. Just because you know everything about it doesn't make it work better -OR- increase customer satisfaction. I believe that your attempts to discredit hybrid (1-Way) technologies by discrediting me are pretty pathetic here.

People just want something that works as advertised and is affordable. All of your bullying might work on most people yet I am ready to go many many rounds here.

GG Said: open yourself up to learning something from those of us who've already been there - done that.

Trying to compare hybrid (1-Way) technologies to DirecPC are ludicrous; BIG DIFFERENCE! You haven't 'tried' it -OR- you'd be offering another solution other than trying to steer folks over to paying much more than they have to pay a month for a service that does not offer near the reliability or consistency.

DirecPC, DirecWay, HughesNet, whatever they are calling themselves is proprietary technology, which doesn't work as advertised for many many people. Do a search on this site and read the horror stories. Do Google/Yahoo searches, you'll find entire communities of past/present customers sharing their horror stories.

Hybrid (1-Way) technology is an International Open standard technology which work well, is easy to install and has 1,000's upon 1,000's of customers concentrating on what matters; affordable high speed Internet.

BIG DIFFERENCE.



grohgreg
Dunno. Ask The Chief

join:2001-07-05
Dawson Springs, KY

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said by bbinabox:
Trying to compare hybrid (1-Way) technologies to DirecPC are ludicrous; BIG DIFFERENCE!
I'll grant you there's an age difference, technologies naturally advance with time. I'll also concede that Hughes PC-based modems were limited to Windows machines. Hughes eventually abandoned 1-way and PC-based operation in favor of self-hosted 2-way, the same way that folks traded in their horses for cars. Neither Starband nor Wildblue ever even offered horses, opting instead to jump straight into the car business.

I tellya what though. Let's put the shoe on the other foot here for a change. You teach us. Perhaps you'd start by giving us your definition of "hybrid (1-way) technologies"? Then explain to the members just what those BIG DIFFERENCEs are. No rhetoric, no sweeping generalities, no advertising.

Maybe consider Joe Average with his v.92 equipped XP machine, a basic DHCP router, and an old PC-based DW3000. Surf the net for a while, download a few files, execute a few VPN transactions, buy something off eBay, try a VoIP call, maybe video chat. Then connect Joe to your self-hosted PSTN return SW20. Can you detail how (or even if) the SW20 can better perform those same activities?

//greg//
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grohgreg
Dunno. Ask The Chief

join:2001-07-05
Dawson Springs, KY

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Re: One-Way vs Two-way Satellite Systems

C'mon. That's just another advertisement - why can't you simply respond to the scenario as requested?

What is your definition of "hybrid (1-way) technologies"?
How does the SW20 performance compare to the DW3000 in the various activities listed?
And while we're at it, identify what it is about the Hughes modems that you consider "proprietary".

Again. Please. No rhetoric, no sweeping generalities, no broadbrush statements, and no advertising. All I'm looking for is a competent technical comparison.

//greg//
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HN7000S/98cm Prodelin/2w Osiris/ProPlus - G16/1250H/Germantown - NAT 66.82.187.152/Gateway 66.82.25.10/DNS 66.82.4.12 and 66.82.4.8 - Firefox 3 - AV/Firewalled by NIS2009