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Old 05-01-2013, 08:29 PM   #11
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I did it... purchased the WIFI Ranger RV Pack today. After much research, and thinking about all the options and cost I decided to go for it. Its cost is a little high, but it's reviews, ease of use, and the fact we can plug my wife's 4g verizon card directly into it to broadcast that signal securely is what made up my mind. I checked out how I think I will install it and it looks pretty easy to complete. BTW if you like them on FB there is a 5% coupon code available.

https://www.wifiranger.com/store/pro...products_id=55
is that good to repeat and amplify the campground wifi signal?
do you need a router or is it stand alone?
simple instal?
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It seems like a simple install, I had a techno friend take a look at it and he thinks it seems like a great product. It actually takes the "campground" signal and turns it into your own protected secure network. I bought the pack so it comes with the booster and they work well together. And its the router that you can plug your 4G card into. If you have questions, They are great to talk too. I think it was Brian that i spoke too for probably 30 minutes while he answered all my questions. I plan on mounting it on my wingard TV antenna, running the cable along the existing cable into the TT and mounting the router behind or above my TV. Checked the route out and it seems do-able. FYI... you do not need to pull campground WIFI, if there is any open networks you can pull whatever is strongest.
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Old 05-02-2013, 04:41 PM   #13
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You can set it to fail over from the plug in card to the WiFi. If I am not mistaken I believe you can have several WiFi signals installed and set it to fail over in priority order.
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Old 05-02-2013, 06:12 PM   #14
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Wifi repeater

I believe you are correct.
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