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Old 02-14-2015, 01:33 PM   #31
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My self when I go camping, I tell every one it is no computer time. I fix computers for a living and the last thing I want is computers when camping.
X 2 And that is the attitude of most of the campers, even full timers. They visit campgrounds for the campground experience, and the location.
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Old 02-28-2015, 12:09 PM   #32
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Thanks for posting this! I have a connection question. We are seasonal and the campground requires you to visit a webpage and log in with username and password to access wifi. Will this setup work on a system like that? Wifi signal is great outside at the rear of our camper but seems to be blocked by camper when sitting outside and inside signal is no where to be found! Thanks for your time
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Will this setup work on a system like that?
Yes it works with the CC's (or any public Wi-Fi) that are password protected.

Once you get the extended Wi-Fi unit setup, you can access the unit when you get to the CC and select the CC's AP and enter the password. Understand that some of the units require a little patience during the initial setup, but after that it is a walk in the park.

Best to set them up at home, prior to leaving for the CC.

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Yes it works with the CC's (or any public Wi-Fi) that are password protected.

Once you get the extended Wi-Fi unit setup, you can access the unit when you get to the CC and select the CC's AP and enter the password. Understand that some of the units require a little patience during the initial setup, but after that it is a walk in the park.

Best to set them up at home, prior to leaving for the CC.

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