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Old 11-08-2014, 09:00 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by djtho1 View Post
I couldn't have said it better than Mustang65. His antenna is one that I will likely aspire to. The only exception is that in my case it was Mountain Dew, not coffee or beer, that helped get me going
I followed mustang65 advice and tech help ang got the engenious enh202 up and running on my rv. Greatly promote their use but you have a learning curve to set up at first as the maker of this product has poor help and documentation. We here would be able to help with that. I've posted my experience with one, with some photos, here if you search for it. I'm on my tablet so awkward or i'd send that link.

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Old 11-10-2014, 11:16 AM   #12
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There are all kinds of Wifi range extenders on the market. Just choose how much you want to pay. Amazon has lots. I got an inexpensive one from Alfa in Fl.

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