My old WiFi Ranger; made our first outing even better!
As some of you may know, I've been working on the old rig over the winter, doing some major projects and upgrades, so we are latte to get out on an RV trip.
Last week we went to a nice, large CG in Md, with our friends from the Deleware and Maryland Winnies State Club. The CG had wifi, but we we so far from the WAP's, that my wife couldn't even see a wifi signal on her iPad, and I could see 1 bar, then none, on my laptop PC.
It has been a very long time since I have used my old WiFi Ranger, and I did have a few issues with it several years ago. Joel helped me get them resolved (thank you Joel, wherever you are), but I haven't tried it since. In fact, I do not remember how to set it up, and cannot find the note that outling the steps needed.
I decided to plug it in anyways. I have an Ubiquity Bullet on the batwing antenna arm, and so I cranked that up, and see what happened. Much to my surprise, I had 5 bars of CG wifi right in my motorhome! I knew my wifi password, so I logged in, and wow. it showed 1.89bg connect speed .
The WiFi Ranger automatically found the best wifi signal, connected to it, and it worked fantastic, all 3 days we were there. Life is good.
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