Originally Posted by Medic97
Thank you WestCoastRV'er for the response. I used similar intructions and also see "Connected" on the status page to the camp's WiFi. But still no Internet access. All network connections also show no internet access. That is the problem.
Are you satisfied with the R36 booster? Has it worked for you at multiple locations?
I need to decide if I will keep this product or return it.
From my experience and research, the best WiFi booster out there is the WiFi Ranger elite. I do no own one (yet!) but had the opportunity to use one last year. A buddy who was camping next to us had a WiFi Ranger and his WiFi signal was MUCH stronger than the campground's, so I asked if I could join his LAN.
DW and I were on his LAN with our 2 iPads and Macbook for 3 days. This was in addition to his 2 cellphones, 2 iPads and 2 Laptops that were also on the LAN (you can have up to 10 devices!). We were very impressed! The price is steep, but then again you get what you pay for.
There are other WiFi boosters out there, but what impressed us about this setup is id drop dead easy to setup and maintain! Also, we have just found out that we will be able to buy our WiFi Ranger without the Wireless router because we can use our existing Apple Airport Extreme.
Hope this helps
Bob & Anne-Marie [BamaBob & 6 Actual]
| 2017 Berkshire XLT 43A with Ultrasteer Tag | Blue Ox Avail + KarGard II |
| SMI AF-1 Air Brake | 2016 Jeep Cherokee Overland TOAD | Pedego Bikes |
Nights Camped: 2013
• 2015 - 56
• Jul 2016 - Fulltime •