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I am using HX50 model of HUGHES MODEM. The system was working normally until recently when the indicator lights started flashing. Although this did not stop us from accessing the internet, the modem sometimes switches it self off. However when I restart the modem, things become normal again lasting for about one to two hours before switching off again. .

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SOURCE: Default IP Adress of the modem Hughes HN7000S

The Hughes addresses are 66.82.4.8 and 66.82.4.12.

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go to dslreports.com, under forums see if there is a specific help for your telco or modem type. They are very helpful

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An option that you can take is to possibly update the firmware of your modem. If that does not work contact your internet provider for a replacement depending on the arrangement you have. (Whether or not the modem is in rental or purchase plan) if its under warranty have it replaced.


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hi...

try to check the ethernet adapter on your computer...if the ethernet cable works fine with the other computer and the other one does not, then probably, the NIC CARD or ethernet adapter is defective...i advise, if you have someone or a technician or a friend who knows how to check...then you can do such,..or if it's a laptop..then youn can bring that to any computer stores and they have technicians there to check freely your case,k...
hope i give you something that may help a little with your concern....
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