How to access Exede modem interface

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ryan

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Posted 6 years ago

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coonhnd

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Just type 192.168.100.1 in the URL field.

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Stephanie Hudson

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What are acceptable values for the numbers on the status pages?
http://192.168.100.1/?page=modemStatus
http://192.168.100.1/?page=TRIAStatus
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coonhnd

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Not sure what the numbers should be but these are mine and I've been real happy with my service so far.

 



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Exede Kimberly

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coonhnd,
It's great to hear you're happy with your service! (: Positive feedback is always greatly appreciated. Enjoy!
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Stephanie Hudson

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Thank you coonhnd for your reply.  My numbers are pretty similar on most items.

I'd still like to know what are the appropriate ranges on these values? Also, for the little satellite icons in the upper right, I wonder what those signify. Coonhnd's image shows the second icon as green. Mine has the fourth one in orange.

I guess what I want to know is if I need to get a technician out here to adjust my dish.
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The RxSNR is the main number you need to be concerned as it is the best indicator of a misaligned dish. The "minimum" and "threshold" values vary according to where you are located within your beam. In most places 6 is considered a minimum. If you are near the middle of the beam you should expect to see numbers around 8 to 10. If you are at the edge of a beam you may only be able to get around 6 to 7. Another number to watch is the resistance. It should never be above about 3. The other numbers are less important and vary a lot due to several factors. Your technician has access to "eSVT" which tells him what numbers you should expect for your location. Visit www.wildblueworld.com/forums to find a more user friendly site where it is easier for forum members to help you.
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Stephanie Hudson

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Thanks. My RxSNR is around 8 and the resistance is 2.5. So, that must not be my issue. Thank you.

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