What is the best router for satellite internet?

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  1. Robert2011

    Robert2011 Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I am in the process of relocating to a different state and where my new home is my only option for using the Internet is via satellite (HughesNet). Can anyone tell me a good router that I can purchase that will work well with the Internet via HughesNet Satellite Internet?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. Robert2011

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    Thank You so much! Hope to see some replys :)
     
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    The modem does the conversion. What's your budget
     
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    Do you realize you have a 200MB a day limit

    I have a complete system here that was put into
    mothball storage which if they ever change their
    ridiculous FAIR ACCESS POLICY I may reinstall it
    but I am not holding my breath on that ever happening
     
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    IEEE 802.3 is IEEE 802.3. Ethernet is Ethernet. It does not matter if ADSL, cable or satellite. If the "modem" provides an Ethernet port to connect the computer, then ANY Ethernet router will work.
     
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