Hughes HNS 9201 BGAN DHCP

The DHCP service allows hosts running on Terminal Equipment with DHCP clients to be configured automatically with a unique IP address upon connection to the UT. The DHCP server assigns an IP address on a lease basis. The DHCP server implemented in the Hughes UT conforms to Internet Standard RFCRead More…

Hughes HNS 9201 IP traffic flow

The flow of IP packets through the Satphone User Terminal involve several components described here. In the outbound flow of traffic from the Terminal Equipment, a packet arrives at a UT network interface (USB, Wireless LAN, or Ethernet). The network interface receives the packet and passes it up the IPRead More…

How does the Hughes HNS 9201 BGAN Satellite Phone handle IP Addressing?

The BGAN User Terminal conforms to the standard Internet Protocol version 4 addressing using four byte IP addresses.  The three interfaces that connect with the user’s Terminal Equipment (USB, Wireless LAN, and Ethernet) are bridged in the terminal and the bridged interface is assigned a fixed address of 192.168.128.100.  Read More…

How does TCP / IP Services work with Hughes 9201 BGAN satellite phone?

This section lists the general features of the HNS-9201 terminal. The HNS-9201 Satellite Phone supports up to 11 local addresses that may be dynamically assigned via the UT DHCP server or statically assigned by the user. The HNS-9201 NAT is supported on three interfaces; Ethernet, Wireless LAN and USB. TheRead More…