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Network Extender and Hughesnet
markestef
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I am not sure if using a Network Extender with Hughesnet ISP is officially supported but is there any one using this successfully?

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Re: Network Extender and Hughesnet
John_Getzke
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The Network Extender User Manual has this posted under its requirements area:

https://www.verizonwireless.com/dam/support/pdf/network_extender_user_manual.pdf

"An always-on broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed and available bandwidth of 1 MB (3.1 Mbps to support the maximum EVDO data rate.)"

As long as your ISP can provide a 1 Mbps connection then you should be fine.  In todays world that will cover everything from DSL connections up to fiber.  The only connections that do not meet these requirements are old school dialup connections.

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Re: Network Extender and Hughesnet
John_Getzke
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The Network Extender User Manual has this posted under its requirements area:

https://www.verizonwireless.com/dam/support/pdf/network_extender_user_manual.pdf

"An always-on broadband Internet connection with a minimum speed and available bandwidth of 1 MB (3.1 Mbps to support the maximum EVDO data rate.)"

As long as your ISP can provide a 1 Mbps connection then you should be fine.  In todays world that will cover everything from DSL connections up to fiber.  The only connections that do not meet these requirements are old school dialup connections.

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