Originally Posted by GeorgeM
I agree in general with the assessment of th RV Parks WiFi. I too am an IT prof when I do have to work on the road I use a company mifi. The rest of the family though would use the WiFi repeater. Most of the family use is casual and local things to search can still be frustrating because the camp WiFi can never handle the load asked of it because they donít size the WiFi networks for maximum capacity especially for holiday weekends. eventual plans would be to setup a nice Cradlepoint with a internet connection of its own. Meanwhile we will still be trying to use the repeater setup.
Hoping to find a good route either along the same path as the satellite antenna setup or standard tv antenna path. Fingers crossed - would prefer not to have to set it up ever time.
Thanks for the reply though.
I wish that the satellite offerings were able to piggy-back on our Direct receiver, what is available right now is not worth it to us.
Instead, we use three phones on a family plan with unlimited tethering. And we know that Unlimited is really capped at 40gb, so we have the option of connecting to each of the three phones. Most of the places we visited have excellent LTE bandwidth that supports all of our needs on one tethering connection. We use our same SXT in CPE mode to connect to the strongest signal of the three phones (or sometimes a RV park AP) and the SXT will switch to another available connection if I happen to wander away with my phone. From there - it goes into our wired network in our Seneca to support our two IPSec boxes we use to connect to our work networks.