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Old 06-30-2020, 05:33 PM   #1
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Installed a WIFI Ranger Teton in my 2018 Rockwood Premier HW296

Was looking to get a better signal at the campground to get their sig better.
I saw a flagstaff last year at the campground with a WIFI Ranger on the roof and the same thing on mine, when I looked last year it was the same one on the Flagstaff, I waited, I'm glad I did.

Here is the new Teton WIFI Ranger with Poplar Router a newer much better working setup than the old one I was looking at.
This Teton is the Base model with a pickup range of up to a mile with a output Signal of up to 750ft using the poplar Router.
There are 3 differant model WIFI rangers, the Teton, Denali, Everest, and 3 routers, Poplar, Spruce, Aspen.

The Poplar is good for up to 750ft, The Spruce is good up to 500ft, the Everest is good up to 750ft.

Everything came with the Teton to use it no extras to buy price was $250.

I've got it all set up and working great, I can't wait to see how it works at the campground?

Before I make a perminate hole in my Roof I put the Teton on the Roof When we get to the campground if works well then I'll perm mount it when I get home.

Where you see the Teton in the Pic on the roof is about where it's gonna get mounted with only 1 hole no screws, the 1 hole is for the Ethernet/power wire will come through and I'll run I with the 12 v wires for the roof in the pocket running down the inside and run it along the bed end track, if I even mount it I'll just set it up on roof before I set it up at the campground it will stay in place, till we're ready to leave then I take it down.

My Wife and I are hoping to use our 24" fire TV with the WIFI Ranger at the campground. Click image for larger version

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Old 06-30-2020, 05:48 PM   #2
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I got to laugh at WiFi Ranger, they've been "coming soon" on the Everest for 8 months now that I know of. I got tired of waiting on them and bought the top end MoFi system with a commercial MIMO roof antenna and it's awesome for a lot less money.
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