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  2. Doing the same for some other Hughesnet users, as well.
  3. Upload speed drop advice

    Hello, Can't figure out why a sudden drop in upload speed. System: 1. 2 networks. a.)16MbpsD/3MbpsU (used for general purpose) b.) 1000MbpsD/1000MbpsU (used for media uploads) 2. Both networks attached to one client with 'b' automatic top priority Recent changes: 1. New VOIP system 2. New NAS added with 4 ports aggregated testmy.net is = 152MbpsD/31MbpsU Any and all advice would be great. Thanks
  4. Last week
  5. differance to negative with hughes net

    Your test results are all over the place. http://testmy.net/memberstats?type=comp_id&q=89624803073&TestType=D&limit=25
  6. If you want an x-axis with time scale, I'd suggest exporting the CSV data and work it in Excel. Go to Results page, choose the date span you want, then hit Export below the graph.
  7. Hughesnet & Exede installer

    On a tablet, the full web page version is great. On a phone, the mobile version works good, just not as many options in front of you on the pages. Tests run the same
  8. WPA2 fatal flaw

  9. WPA2 fatal flaw

    We discovered serious weaknesses in WPA2, a protocol that secures all modern protected Wi-Fi networks. An attacker within range of a victim can exploit these weaknesses using key reinstallation attacks (KRACKs). Concretely, attackers can use this novel attack technique to read information that was previously assumed to be safely encrypted. This can be abused to steal sensitive information such as credit card numbers, passwords, chat messages, emails, photos, and so on. The attack works against all modern protected Wi-Fi networks. Depending on the network configuration, it is also possible to inject and manipulate data. For example, an attacker might be able to inject ransomware or other malware into websites. The weaknesses are in the Wi-Fi standard itself, and not in individual products or implementations. Therefore, any correct implementation of WPA2 is likely affected. To prevent the attack, users must update affected products as soon as security updates become available. Note that if your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected. During our initial research, we discovered ourselves that Android, Linux, Apple, Windows, OpenBSD, MediaTek, Linksys, and others, are all affected by some variant of the attacks. For more information about specific products, consult the database of CERT/CC, or contact your vendor. The research behind the attack will be presented at the Computer and Communications Security (CCS) conference, and at the Black Hat Europe conference. Our detailed research paper can already be downloaded. Source
  10. differance to negative with hughes net

    Welcome to testmy.net forum @mudman59 , Looks as if the connections speeds are rather sporadic, chances are there are a lot of other customers in the area.
  11. Why would a speed test at Hughes net show me at 0.10 MBps and Testmy gets 7.8Mbps and reason for test was poor video streaming which continues after test but should not be an issue if truly at 7.8MBps.
  12. results

    Go to My Results .Then click 'Export' below the graph. let me know if this helps
  13. If I want to send a graph to my ISP as evidence of woeful performance, it will need a timescale along the bottom so I can can say for instance "here is a graph of performance tested every 30 mins over the past 24 hours. Then each data point can be tied close to a time of day. Without an X-axis scale its just a wavy line of speed.
  14. results

    How do I save my results in a readable format. I did "save page as" but all I got was gibberish ( to me anyway).
  15. Hughesnet & Exede installer

    Hey Larry the Satellite Guy! Welcome to TestMy.net. On Android (or any device with a web browser) simply visit TestMy.net and test normally. Depending on the device you may see the lite version, keep in mind it uses the same core as the desktop version it's just made to fit your screen better. Hope this helps, please spread the word if you like TMN.
  16. Hughesnet & Exede installer

    Hi. I'm a Satellite internet installer, and have heard lots of good comments about your test product. Looks good! Is there an Android app available for smartphones? Would be an excellent tool for troubleshooting.
  17. Best Free Anti-Virus

    bitdefender is very heavy. it takes lots of process to run. it is better choice but i will recommend esset smart security it is light and run smoothly on windows 7 with 2 gb ram.
  18. Down & Up Combined Score

    I helped a work colleague reconfigure their network when Open Eir installed the fibre into the house. They went with the Eir 150/30 package. The highest speed package available is 1Gbps. The left is just before his DSL connection was cut off. The right image is the fibre link: Ping time to Irish hosts is 6-7ms.
  19. Best Free Anti-Virus

    I have used a lot of different free Antiviruses and have landed on Bitdefender Free as my AV of choice. It is the most set it and forget it one that I have ever used.
  20. Best Free Anti-Virus

    Well, I for one wasn't a really big fan of avast prior to the Ccleaner floxif fiasco, but for an antivirus firm to be distributing a trojan on one of their products for a month has convinced me that disliking them was wise. Words don't even come close to describing the blatant incompetence in the field, that such a mess earns them. (very deservedly IMO) Now they've acquired AVG as well (another that I was never very fond of, really, but it seemed adequate as far as protection was concerned) I've added that to my "Beware, and steer clear of" list.
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  22. Show off your SLOWEST internet speedtest

    That reminds me of my previous wireless ISP, which has since been renamed to Bluebox Broadband. The right image was the slowest upload test that completed as I had many that couldn't even complete the 256KB block. The left image is from the cellular provider Three. Surprisingly, Speedtest.net could intermittently deliver 10Mbps test results, which made it practically impossible to get technical support from North West Electronics (Bluebox). On the one time they called out, they tried charging me for an "unnecessary callout" as they managed to get three ~10Mbps test results with Ookla (after multiple test attempts that failed on their laptop with a network communication error!) I'm currently on a combination of a 4Mbps DSL connection and a prepaid 4G (LTE) connection, which was barely usable up until recently. Gigabit Fibre (FTTH) stops 3 lanes from my house.
  23. Compare your Download Speeds!!!

    here's mine
  24. Show off your SLOWEST internet speedtest

    Slowest speed I've ever had with this internet service and no it's not dial-up.
  25. Is this reason enough to complain to my ISP....

    One miserable year with Hughes Net. Dozen phone calls. Nice lady basically tells me I need to upgrade to Gen5. Did! Speed is still less than 94% of other HN users. Today I get usual "No Reply" email telling me to turn everything off. This is only good for one or two days of 1.5mps download and then back to poor service. if I lived with any othr reasonable service I would pay penalty. When I was in New Mexico had Xfinity and mondo service.
  26. Show off your SLOWEST internet speedtest

    Got you beat! Just ran this.
  27. Running out of options!

    That much variation isn't normal with lower speed plans. Most of the time my Spectrum (Time Warner) 100/10 plan gets 115/10.5 with 1-3% variation, and periodically it'll drop down to 90/8 sporadically for a few minutes then clear up. I don't know if the faster plans like yours typically show more variation than that, but the numbers you are seeing seem to have way more variation than I think would be normal.
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