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notech

join:2013-02-03
Reviews:
·HughesNet Satell..
reply to mountainview

Re: [HN7000S] Cannot access secure websites for 11 days now

mountainview, Teir 4 is what they called it. Had the same rep on the line the whole time but he kept putting me on hold and speaking to others. He finally gave up, after one hour, and said he passed it on to tier 4. Called in last week again for another issue and heard the same thing after another hour. Tier 4 tech support will be contacting me in 2-3 days. Don't know what happened to tiers 2 and 3.

All I have to say is be persistent, call back if they don't contact you, and post your experiences on »community.myhughesnet.com/hughesnet

I will be calling back tomorrow (3 days have passed) to give them some hell.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to Just Rachel

I'm up to 24 days today and still can't access secure sites. But they assure me that they are working on it.



Just Rachel
occasional optimist
Premium
join:2003-07-10
reply to djkaeliben

I've been fighting my internet for months now. I've never had so many problems in nearly 10 years with Hughes. Sometimes it's https sites and sometimes it's http sites. Right now I'm having to fiddle with the turbopage nearly all day long. I called once and when I got a call back (weeks later) the only solution they offered was to switch to Gen4. I won't do that. I'm afraid to call again. I know there will be no resolution.


mountainview

join:2011-09-07
united state
reply to djkaeliben

Tier 4? Or the 4th c/s rep..... I don't think you can get a tier 4...



notech

join:2013-02-03
Reviews:
·HughesNet Satell..
reply to djkaeliben

I had the opposite happen to me in December 2012. Was getting 'connection reset' errors on http but using https (if supported) worked every time. Had tier 4 support and they even came out to re-align my dish but it did not help. Then all of a sudden it started working again. Took 2 weeks and never got an explanation. Turbopage helped in the 1st week but did nothing the second week. BTW I did notice that my IP changed when it got fixed. First time it changed in years.


michealcell3

join:2011-07-11
Roxboro, NC
reply to djkaeliben

I've had Gen4 for about 2 months now. I just started experiencing the HTTPS issue last night, couldn't reach any site that used it, such as Google, Hotmail, etc.. At first I tried everything, flushing dns, clearing cache/cookies, changing browsers (tried Chrome, Firefox, and IE), setting my DNS server as 8.8.8.8, disabling web acceleration on the Hugesnet modem; nothing resolved this issue. I was able to ping the servers but wasn't able to access them via browser. I then tethered my computer to my phone and everything started working fine. This issue is definitely on Hughesnet's end.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to gwalk

Re: [HN7000S] Cannot access secure websites for 20 days now

Oh ok, I understand.



gwalk
Premium
join:2005-07-27
West Mich.
reply to djkaeliben

Re: [HN7000S] Cannot access secure websites for 11 days now

and I believe it is capacity related

I think he may have been refering to Hughes capacity, not that of your computer.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to tompierre

I've had this computer for only one year and it has more capacity than I know what to do with. It is an ASUS gaming computer with lots of unused memory. It has worked fine up until January 24th then I suddenly could not access https sites. Hughes.net has admitted that the problem is at their end and that there are others with the same problem.


tompierre

join:2011-01-05
Lock Haven, PA
reply to djkaeliben

I am on 93W 1427. HTTPS is working. Have you taken the computer to a friend's house, and see if it works there? I have had https failures too, but they come and go, never sustained for more than an hour or two, and I believe it is capacity related.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to notech

Tier 4 tech tried this and it didn't work.



notech

join:2013-02-03
reply to djkaeliben

Have you tried to disable TurboPage?
»Satellite Forum FAQ »Can the system be set to not use the Web Acceleration Proxy at the NOC?



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to Zeep

Well, it is 16 days now that I cannot access secure websites. My case has been referred to the Engineers. This is getting ridiculous.



Zeep

@myvzw.com
reply to djkaeliben

We have been down for one week since 2/1/13. Cannot get a straight answer but was promised credit for one week. We will see. prior to this Gen4 had been functioning OK for about 3 months.



RB

@direcpc.com
reply to djkaeliben

Well i worked with no problem for the last two days, but it is acting up again. very frustrating that one can log onto bing or yahoo but no google.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to djkaeliben

Oh and I forgot to mention that last night I found the Hughes.net Community forum and posted my problem. I thought it wouldn't work because I had to sign in through Facebook and that is one of the sites that I have been unable to access. But, lo and behold, my post did work. So I checked a few secure sites and I was able to acces them for about 30 minutes, then back to square one. Not able to acces any since then. So it works occassionally.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to djkaeliben

Well I spent 1 1/2 hours on the phone with a Level 4 Tech and he couldn't solve my problem. We went through most of the things shown above. He elevated my problem to the Engineer Dept.
And now it is 14 days that I cannot access secure websites.
Other browsers do not work. No proxy settings, etc. He walked me through all of it, and couldn't fix it. Very, Very frustrated at this point.



WebAngel

@cogentco.com
reply to djkaeliben

Open Browser, Click: Tools -> Internet Options -> Connections ->
LAN Settings

Then look on the bottom half of the window & make sure that nothing is checked under the Proxy Server Section.



WebAngel

@cogentco.com
reply to djkaeliben

1
Re-register Internet Explorer Files

Windows 7 Driver Download
Windows 7 Drivers Latest Download. Microsoft Certified. (Recommended)
www.Windows-7.DriverUpdate.net

2
Go to the Start Menu ¨ Run: "%ProgramFiles%"\Internet Explorer\iexplorer.exe /rereg

3
OR Start ¨ Run ¨ Type "regsvr32 softpub.dll" (without quotes) and wait for the OK message; then try again.

4
You may also want to download this file from dsvs.org, it is a batch script that will register all of the .dll files in IE, a lot easier than above.

5
Remember to delete all cookies, all damaged, unknown plugins, enable defaults on security and privacy tab, clear SSL state, put defaults in advanced tab, and disable all "manage addons" in programs tab.

You can also try the Windows anti-spyware utility. That application has tools to restore Internet Explorer settings, and fix related issues.

Make sure all firewalls are off when troubleshooting.
Always try to go into "Safe Mode with Networking" to see if it works.



mb3461

@vtsbdc.org
reply to djkaeliben

Re: [HN7000S] Cannot access secure websites for 13 days now 93W,

I have experienced the same problem (can not log onto secure websites) since 2/4/13. We have the new Gen4. Can not log onto secure web sites including Facebook, Google, MyHughesnet, etc., or log in to get email. Was on Tech Support call last night for over 2-hours. Call ended with problem being advanced to Level 4 Tech Support with expected call back in 3-5-days? Has this been resolved by others yet?



RB

@direcpc.com
reply to djkaeliben

Well it seems to be working for me all day. Didn't do nothing just decided to connect to those type of websites. Changing browsers doesn't seem to help when it does happen. Hopefully it keeps working for now, but i doubt it.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to djkaeliben

I tried Opera - no luck.
And by the way I am at 93W, 1278 MHz



gwalk
Premium
join:2005-07-27
West Mich.
reply to djkaeliben

Re: [HN7000S] Cannot access secure websites for 11 days now

HTTPS working here on 91W @985

Have you tried another browser ?
I have had issues in the past getting into my credit union using IE9 but using Opera got right in.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com
reply to djkaeliben

How do I know if there is a proxy configured in my browser? This is new to me - never had a problem which lasted this long before and first time coming to this forum.



RB

@direcpc.com
reply to anon355

Nope no proxy configured. seems like the trouble is with Https sites



anon355

@direcway.com
reply to RB

Make sure you don't have a proxy configured in your browser and then see if it works.



RB

@direcpc.com
reply to djkaeliben

Yes i am having the same problem. it seems that i can connect to certain websites, but websites such as google, facebook or my college i cannot connect to. getting to be a pain the the butt if you know what i mean. I called them the last couple days and they been telling me that its on my end. To me it seems that it tries to connect and gets rejects. I guess i am on satellite 93 west @ 1334 Mhz


smokey92070

join:2012-12-19
Santa Ysabel, CA
reply to djkaeliben

All https sites are working on my 7000s @117w 1090.



djkaeliben

@direcpc.com

I have been having problems since 1/24/13 trying to access secure websites. My problem was accelerated to the Level 4 team on 1/31 and every day since then I have called and been told that I will receive a call back from the Level 4 Team. Still no call back, yet every day a promise. Anyone else having this problem?