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The router settings like gateway settings, DHCP address and IP address are required to be changed manually. Normally the router auto detects these settings, however if it doesn't then you'll need to take the LAN Cable out from the modem(if you are using a modem) and put it into the LAN input of the router. Now perform a reset on the modem, wait a minute and fire up the router, wait a minute and then you can fire up your computer and then you'll be good to go.
If that doesn't resolve your isssue you'll need to get the settings configured from Hughesnet Sattellite Tech support people and they'll provide you with the configuration settings for your router. These settings can only be provided by Hughesnet only as these settings are unique for every subscriber.
You can get the settings for your router by calling Hughesnet Technical support 1-866-347-3292, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Also visit their customer support link---
Hughesnet satellite Customer Support
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