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septcasey

join:2006-09-07
United State
reply to SpottedDog

Re: [HN9000] Hughesnet down all night.

Same here. It was out all night. My system light started blinking on my modem and I thought my modem may have broke. I almost called hughesnet to tell them I think I need a new modem until finally the next morning around 10 or 11am it came back up.


diablo1892
R.I.P. Donald Lee Wise

join:2011-04-21
Friendly, WV
kudos:1
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said by septcasey:

I almost called hughesnet to tell them I think I need a new modem

That is the last resort (i learned) our modem started making electric noises after 7 long years and our issue still continued.

BTW we had a 7000.

cordell

join:2013-01-24
Reidsville, NC
Anybody noticed much slower download speeds since the 9000's came back on line? I am seeing speeds that were in the 640kbps range (before the outage) reduced to 80 kbps range now. Looks like my speeds are being choked. I have a mac so I can monitor speeds as I download emails with large files.


SpamCan

@direcway.com
8:30 PM West Coast: Reload page Reload page Reload page. Maybe get the full page after 5 or 6 retries. This has been the Norm here since the 1st and can happen anytime from 6 AM until 10 PM. Rebooted HN9000 Modem and the sucker rebooted twice on its own with an unusual Transmit/Receive light blinking order if you've ever watched a boot in progress enough times you can say "ok that should do it" Finely loading pages again at 10:45 PM Pacific. I've had this experience before when they wanted me to upgrade from a 4000 modem.


glenalth
The Cardinal

join:2002-02-04
87209
reply to cordell
Slower than normal speeds here as well.

Also having issues logging into games with this congestion or whatever is going on.