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  1. Hi all, Thanks a lot for the goodluck wishes. I had been working seamlessly in the past days, except for some 4 minutes or so this morning when the lights for System and Transmit were suddenly out then came back without me doing anything. Hubby still downloads files but using a dl manager to avoid hitting the FAP. He has not yet proceeded with re-routing the wires. I am not sure if he will, because we have been having excellent internet performance as of late... Here's my latest tx stats (ghostmaster and lewplu, I hope these numbers are now quite acceptable? Comes to around
  2. UPDATE My hubby was not ready to give up, and does not want to rely on Dway as he has lost his trust on its tech support. Yesterday we bought some cables and copper (tube?) for the grounding and he said he would re-route the wiring to make it shorter (at least, that's how I understood what he said). He started with the copper tube last night. This morning, I was browsing for maybe 30 minutes without problems. But I dared not try working. Then he called from work around noontime and asking me about the internet. With a sad and depressed tone I told him it was fine
  3. HI to all, I spoke too soon last night...especially after trying to work on two audio files (medical trans). I was exhilarated and hopeful. I also installed the lccu on my computer (husband did not on his coz he wanted to see what changes we would have secondary to his tinkering with the transmitter). As early as 6:30 this morning I logged in to my company account to try to work. While downloading the first file, it was taking forever, and I knew it was not normal. Control status showed increased # of failed trans. I did not bother to wait for the internet to become normal again.
  4. Hi again, especially ghostmaster and lewplu... I have shown this thread to my husband, and dark though it was outside, he tried to check on the cables, grounding, etc (I dunno the difference in those wires). anyway, he has told me about how the transmission rate has been going on his computer (8000 successful versus 900 failed - which is an improvement, and this is now just several minutes from trying to do a fix). lewplu, here's the latest transmission stat (probably in less than 30 minutes since hubby tried fixing it) : Number of Successful Transmissions 21518
  5. I intended to post this about 1-1/2 hours ago...but could not get online (again!). ***** Transmit Status Transmitter ready. (TxCode Number of Successful Transmissions 10504 Number of Failed Transmissions 15165 Number of Packets Submitted for Transmission 3547 Sigh... lewplu, I was looking at the LCCU and wanted to post here to ask whether it really is helpful (we have 5 comps networked at present, and my hubby has just built another comp as a server, the parts for which he ordered before we started having problems). I will try to install that
  6. Here's my dl speed test while online (when it does work) :::.. Download Stats ..::: Connection is:: 1062 Kbps about 1.1 Mbps (tested with 579 kB) Download Speed is:: 130 kB/s Tested From:: https://testmy.net (main) Test Time:: 2006/03/21 - 7:05am Bottom Line:: 19X faster than 56K 1MB Download in 7.88 sec Tested from a 579 kB file and took 4.469 seconds to complete Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.7.12) Gecko/20050915 Firefox/1.0.7 Diagnosis: Looks Great : 11.55 % faster than the average for host (direcpc.com) Validation Link:: https://testmy.net
  7. Thanks for all the input here...I will show it to my husband when he comes home...He's the technical one (I don't really understand such stuff...I just want to use the internet). Ghostmaster, sorry that was a typo. I meant 100 MB. When I informed hubby about the initial reason of our poor internet performance, he said there was a time when he reached 400 MB of downloads (dunno what the timespan for that was). He does still continue to dl at nights. Maybe you were right that he should try not to dl anything for a while and see if that will improve things. To both ghostmaster a
  8. Ghostmaster and Jim, Thanks for telling me that you are both on AMC9 (I remember one "higher" tech support told me such). So, what my husband relayed to me about what he was told regarding the satellite being the problem (and that in fact it affected other companies (including Dish network) utilizing that specific sat of the Hughes Network might have been all bs. I told him them that I could not believe that was the reason because it would have covered a big area of affected users and that would have made it to the news, especially that it affected businesses. Your responses to
  9. Hi ghostmaster, Here are the specifics: Longitude: 83 west Frequency: 1330 MHz Rate Code: 256k 4/5 (TC) I wonder what the odds are if I indeed demand to be moved to another satellite or transponder? Thank you very much on your input.
  10. We initially had DW6000 and were extremely satisfied with it so after 6 months we decided to upgrade to DW7000 Professional Edition. I earn my living using the internet. But last Tuesday, I started having problems with the internet. I called tech support and was told that we had exceeded the FAP and we had to wait for 8-12 hours for our system status to be back to normal. (Hubby had been donwloading ISO DVDs for Linux). I did wait...still, after the waiting period, no internet connection (system status degraded, TCP accel not operational, web acc impaired). I called tech support
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