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Old 03-16-2016, 04:40 AM   #1
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2016 Eagle Internet Tip of the Day!

I just acquired a new 2016 Jayco Eagle 330RSTS and brought her home from Middlebury, Indiana to south of Houston here in Dickinson. One of the first things I did was call my internet service provider, Comcast, and had them come out and wire up my RV pad.

This site had never had internet service so he had to run new cable all the way from the street to my site so that it would be properly grounded. He did a great job and it looked really tidy.

Anyway, the tip for all those who are looking to to the same is to bring the cable into the Aux. Input (the bottom of the three inputs located inside the station where you bring in water, back flush, and shower hook ups are provided). Then, to hook up to your modem, there is an Auxillary Input located behind the TV. It is the top connection above the connector already hooked to your TV.

I know this sounds simple but there are three connections outside so this tip should make it easier.

I now have 30Mbps down and 6Mbps down. Yahoo!!!

P.S. The new name for the TT is Madame Maxime.
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Old 03-17-2016, 07:37 PM   #2
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Really? You are going to sit in your camper on a pad next to your house to surf the internet. Sorry, just seems funny. Not sure why people buy campers to get away, then only to find ways to stay inside or stay connected to the real world. Guess a generation gap, just trying to understand. Have fun if that's how you enjoy it.
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Old 03-17-2016, 07:48 PM   #3
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Really? You are going to sit in your camper on a pad next to your house to surf the internet. Sorry, just seems funny. Not sure why people buy campers to get away, then only to find ways to stay inside or stay connected to the real world. Guess a generation gap, just trying to understand. Have fun if that's how you enjoy it.
I am living in my travel trailer and work from it full time until I find some land and build a house. This is not a holiday.
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Maxxis M8008 E rated Tires and 16" Wheel Upgrade
Dual A/C 15K BTU, 14K Equalizer WD hitch with SC
King Bed with Java Interior, (2X) Yamaha EF2000isV2
2012 Ram 4500, 6.7L Cummins Turbo Diesel, MegaCab = "Hagrid"
8'x12' BMCM Stake Bed, Cabin Chassis, 2WD
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Old 03-17-2016, 07:59 PM   #4
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I see your point, using it as a home is a little different then camping.
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