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The DW6000 replaced the DW4000 modems. The DW6000 was the primary Hughes modem until late 2005. The 6000 is a stand-alone modem, combining all of the transmit, receive, and gateway functions that require 3 boxes in the DW4020, except there is only one Ethernet port compared to the 4 ports on the 4020. Many DW6000's are still in service but they are no longer sold by Hughes. They have been replaced by the HN7000 and HN7000S

DW6000 Modem

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