Originally Posted by CG Snipe
Wow! Lots of good info already, and Iíve just glanced over the site. Thanks!
That site is excellent and there is even more available if you wish to become a "member." I'm not associated with them, just commenting that some of the more esoteric articles are behind the "paywall".
As for getting high enough speeds to facilitate working from home there are several approaches you might wish to employ. Many of us have multiple contracts with several internet providers; at any particular location one may have a significantly better speed capability than the others.
In addition, there is the subject of prepaid plans vs postpaid ones. As a general rule postpaid plans have higher network priority and, as a result, provide faster download speeds, but most postpaid plans have data limits on the monthly 4G/LTE data used by hotspots. However, because of the current crisis some carriers are relaxing those restrictions, at least temporarily. As an example, Verizon is currently permitting my wife and me to have 30GB/mo of hotspot data on each of our phones.
Lastly, if you consider using higher-end routers there are a number of devices that can perform Load Balancing across multiple internet connections and some that can even perform connection bonding, although that feature is complex and can be costly. Discussion of these sorts of features is provided in the member section of the RV Mobile Internet Resource website.
Hopefully, you will be able to configure something that meets your needs.
Joel (AKA docj)