stats look ok but its all bout your speedtest and what you download speed is ?
my installer showed me how to set my tria and get a good signal cause he lives 60 miles away . he had to give me a code to realighn my signal it's not hard att all , I do not know if all tria codes are the same though .
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Rx Power: -45.9 dBm (ok)
Rx SNR: 6.9 dB (should be better)
Cable Resistance: 3.0 Ohms (better if lower)
Cable Attenuation 13.9 dB (bad, too much signal loss)
Tx IF Power: -26.0dBm (2.5 uW, TRIA gain 712,000)
Tx RF Power: 32.5dBm (1.78 W seems a bit low)
If your Rx SNR is varying during sunny, stable weather, then maybe your dish needs to be mounted more firmly. My guess is that you need to investigate the cable attenuation and cable resistance.
How long is your coaxial cable?
Does your coaxial cable have a solid copper center conductor, or is it a steel conductor with copper cladding?
Are the F-connectors properly attached?
If you post the writing on your coaxial cable, we might be able to check its specifications for you.
Wildblue Value Pack, beam 31, Riverside gateway