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  1. Fix #1 is to go to the top of your browser, click on Tools, then Internet Options, then Connections, then LAN Settings.  Please place a check mark in both of those proxy boxes (if you installed the LCCU ...it 'unchecked' those boxes and robbed you of about 200Fbps of speed)!  Now, click on the Advanced button and make sure it says 192.168.0.1 and is using Port 87.  Below that, in the "Exceptions" box, add this info inside that box (cut n paste it if you wish):

    DirecWaysupport.com;192.168.0.*  <----if you know the # of your Router (like mine is 192.168.2.1 ...just add a semicolon plus that number (NO SPACES) to that list and you'll be able to access your Router via your browser ...especially if you are using a D-Link Router)!

  2. How do I tell which satellite I'm on?

    Longitude says 87 West?

    Thanks,

    Jack

    For Direcway 4020/6000 Users

    To find your satellite on a DW6000 or a DW4020 you need to open the user interface.

    1. If you have your browser set to use the DW6000/4020 proxy, you need to list the user interface as an exception first. In IE go to Tools => Internet Options => Connections => Lan Settings. If "Use a Proxy Server for your LAN" is checked, then click on "Advanced". In the "Exceptions" Box, enter 192.168.0.1 Press "OK" three times.

    2. In your browser enter "http://192.168.0.1" (without the quotes) as the URL. This should open the interface. Click on the "System Information" button. You will find the satellite longitude and frequency on that page.

    Q: Satellite locations, transponders & frequencies in use (#2058)

    A: In the Sat forum you see many posts about a certain transponder and optimum settings for them. Currently DirecPC (DirecWay) has 4 transponders in use on the Galaxy 11 (G11) satellite at 91 degrees west longitude, 9 on Satmex5 (SM5)at 116.8 (117) degrees west and 7 on Galaxy4R (G4R) at 99 degrees W.

    Galaxy 3C (G3C) at 95 degrees west and SatMex 5 at 116.8 degrees west all have 1 to 9 transponders in use for broadband internet. AOL+ also has customers on Satmex5 and G4R at 99 degrees W.

    AMC1, formerly GE1, at 103 degrees west was also a "Classic" gray dish bird with 1 transponder, but was discontinued in Oct. 2002.

    The frequencies we refer to in our posts are actually the down-converted (IF) frequencies coming down our coax after being converted in the LNB at the dish. The satellite frequencies transmitted and received are much higher and not easily routed to and from your sat modems.

    You will find many DSLR members have added the down-converted frequencies to their signatures as well for ease of passing along our setup information.

    Specifically, the transponders in use on each satellite are:

    Galaxy 11 (91

  3. DW 4000

    :::.. Download Stats ..:::

    Connection is:: 1920 Kbps about 1.9 Mbps (tested with 2992 KB)

    Download Speed is:: 234 KB/s

    Tested From:: http://www.testmy.net/

    Test Time:: Fri Feb 4 02:41:46 EST 2005

    Bottom Line:: 34X faster than 56K 1MB download in 4.38 sec

    Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/id-XZDV4L36R

    :::.. Upload Stats ..:::

    Connection is:: 59 Kbps about 0.1 Mbps (tested with 97 KB)

    Upload Speed is:: 7 KB/s

    Tested From:: http://www.testmy.net/

    Test Time:: Fri Feb 4 02:36:08 EST 2005

    Bottom Line:: 1X faster than 56K 1MB upload in 146.29 sec

    Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/id-JASNH2K18

    :::.. Upload Stats ..:::

    Connection is:: 53 Kbps about 0.1 Mbps (tested with 97 KB)

    Upload Speed is:: 6 KB/s

    Tested From:: http://www.testmy.net/

    Test Time:: Fri Feb 4 02:37:02 EST 2005

    Bottom Line:: 1X faster than 56K 1MB upload in 170.67 sec

    Validation Link:: https://testmy.net/id-YFPU9H2DV

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