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DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28
reply to DrStrangLov

Network Management Policy; Exede by ViaSat

Tx RF Power: 28.4dBm
Rx SNR: 11.0 dB

Using AMD 9650 Quad-Core (HP) using Linux Mint and Vista, along with fresh install of Linux Mint-13 on that computer, my conclusion now points to Exede's Network Management Policy is either mis-configured, or other Network issues exist.

Noon hour test conditons - First, do a testmy, then Youtube video, then back to Testmy.

When watching this video, 1957 CONFIDENTIAL! THE EDSEL Complete Film for Ford Managers 3 of 4 , at 4:19 minutes into this 4:56 minute video, it had finished loading. But, when watching Linux's system monitor, one could see the long pauses between "burst" downloads.

When this Network Management equipment kicks in, especially with slower uplink speeds, it ends up screwing the pooch for obtaining web pages....and then those two middle lights go blink-bonkers as more/more surfing persists.

I sincerely think this is a Network Management problem that due to its clamping down, this causes other SB2 issues.

As Dankberg said
For Dankberg, who never appears at a conference without quoting the latest Cisco Systems Internet traffic report, this was all too predictable. “People want to make the broadband story complicated, but it’s really very simple,” he said in the interview. “It’s about bandwidth, bandwidth and bandwidth.”
Hello Network Engineers, your network settings on Cisco's traffic equipment are screwing the pooch, imho.

WB-1: 163

PS: ViaSat (Exede) sent an email after I "hung up:"

"Your opinion is very important to us!"

Well, see the above, your Cisco settings are screwing the pooch...and remember,

"it’s really very simple,” he said in the interview. “It’s about bandwidth, bandwidth and bandwidth.”


wm4bama

join:2012-05-10
Goodwater, AL

I think you're seeing the results of WB increasing the speeds for all the old Legacy customers that share bandwidth with you on your spot-beam.

I remember when I was on the Value Pak that when the beams started to over-sell that WB took bandwidth from the upload side to allow more customers to get "better" download speeds..

My upload speed dropped to 100kbs and stayed there.

Don't have any data or knowledge sources to support that but it seems your slow upload speeds began to happen soon after they announced faster speeds for all existing Legacy customers.

For geographic areas like yours, where ViaSat-1 beams are not available, you may be stuck with this unless WB/Exede adjust their bandwidth management software.
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Exede12, ViaSat-1, beam 342, Albuquerque Gateway, Denver AcceleNet servers


DrStrangLov

join:2012-03-28

said by wm4bama:

I think you're seeing the results of WB increasing the speeds for all the old Legacy customers that share bandwidth with you on your spot-beam.




But, SB2 modem can't deal with these delays, due to limited (reduced) uplink speeds.