My D4, 7000S, and Cisco routeer seem to be working fine. However, yesterday, all of a sudden, I got an error message (in part: can't establish a connection to the server at ...)when trying to connect to my bank, credit union, Twitter, Google Plus, & other sites requiring password entry. No problem going to other sites. I disconnected my computer from my wireless network and hooked up my ATT datacard for internet. No problem - I could access all the sites. Went to my wife's computer, same issues. Tried Firefox, IE, and Chrome - all the same. Any suggestions?
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By 'Cisco' do you mean 'Cisco Small Business' aka Linksys model RV082 or other RVxxx router? If so, I recommend that you get rid of it! I bought a new RV082 to get a rev3 box that would accept the new firmware. Still crashes and needs reboot as often as 45 min. I got a database locked up last weekend when I was disconnected during a long update, and that can't happen again if I want to keep my job. So I got a SonicWall 3060. This works. The 4060 would have been overkill. One Thousand simultaneous VPN connections is enough. Oops... I saw the message in the VPN VoIP group and just assumed that secure meant VPN and not HTTPS. But I still dislike the RVxxx routers!
[ August 09, 2012, 12:35 PM: Message edited by: John Watson ]
A post a few minutes ago on the Hughes forums about loss of secure sites says that "Just got off phone with Hughesnet - it's a know problem affecting only certain accounts on one particular satellite - evidently they are doing maintenance or some ramdom thing. Supposed to be corrected in 5-6 hours."
Are you on G16 (99W)? A post here by The Dude on G16 has the same problems. I will ask the poster on Hughes what satellite they are on.