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I need satellital internet advice and activation

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dersat
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Oct 23rd, 2009 at 2:53am  
Hi

I own a 1W Oval Hughesnet Dish .75m and Im completely lost about the orientation and activation process.

Im looking for some consultor or dealer who help me to make a good orientation and sell me an activation and off course an high speed monthly plan.

Regards!
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USN - Retired
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Reply #1 - Oct 23rd, 2009 at 4:26am  
You mentioned the outdoor unit; dish and transmitter. They're no good by themselves, unless/until you get a serviceable indoor unit (modem). Please advise if you're in North America. If yes, the HN9000 IDU is paired with the Ka-band ODU. If yes -  the HN7000S IDU is paired with the Ku-band ODU.

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dersat
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Reply #2 - Oct 23rd, 2009 at 1:48pm  
Hi Greg

Im in Central America. Sorry for not mentioned the modem. I have a HN7000S (new).

Can you help me with some steps to follow?

Greetings.

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USN - Retired
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Reply #3 - Oct 23rd, 2009 at 3:11pm  
You may have wasted your money. Generally, a 74cm dish and 1w transmitter is too small for Ku-band HughesNet in Central America. If you have the wrong outdoor unit (ODU) there's no point in going through the steps on how to set it up. I can be more specific though, if I know exactly where in Central America - your latitude/longitude would be best - and in which direction(s) you may have potential line of sight obstructions (buildings, trees, hills, mountains, etc).

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f1com
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Reply #4 - Dec 9th, 2009 at 2:54pm  
Hi we offer service with our teleport in Panama , for HN , in this case for your hns7000 , but you will need at minimun 2 watts transmitter and 1.2 meters antena to get the best performance

Regards

Ronald Herrera
F1 COMPUTERS
507-9330775 office 
507-66776437 movil

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activisys_telecom
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Reply #5 - Dec 9th, 2009 at 9:51pm  
hi ther, just to clarify the 2 Watt is a must to be purchases with the HN7000s as the HN is not universal
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f1com
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Reply #6 - Dec 10th, 2009 at 3:21pm  
WE can sell to you the IDU(HNmodem ) and the ODU(buc-lnb)
Just let me know if you need more information

Ronald Herrera
ronaldh@f1computer.net
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oela
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Reply #7 - May 10th, 2010 at 4:56am  
hi Ronald,

i am in Suriname. I am interested. what do I need to do?

Raoel
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douspapi
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Reply #8 - Jul 10th, 2010 at 2:26pm  
I LIVE HAITI CARAIBEAN  COUNTRY I NEED BUY  MODEM AND LNB FOR INTERNET, IF ANY ONE KNOW THE STORE CAN I  FIND GIVE ME THE ADDRESS, IF YOU KNOW THE ADRESS IN USA IS BEYHER FOR ME.
THANKS
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douspapi
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Reply #9 - Jul 10th, 2010 at 2:28pm  
Quote:
WE can sell to you the IDU(HNmodem ) and the ODU(buc-lnb)
Just let me know if you need more information

Ronald Herrera
ronaldh@f1computer.net

I LOOKING DISH, MODEM AND LNB FOR INTERNET WHAY KID  LNB AND MODEM CAN I BUY FOR INTERNET,  TELL ME THE COST OF EQUIPMENT
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