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How to Improve RV WiFi at a Campground

How to Improve RV WiFi at a Campground

WiFi strength in RV parks and campgrounds can vary causing frustration and problems for many RV campers. Commonly, WiFi routers will be hosted in the main park office which tends to limit the range of coverage. Unless you are fortunate enough to be parked close to the main office, you are most likely receiving a poor connection. Parents and kids will wander away in hopes of gaining connectivity to check emails, shop for a new bathing suit or post vacation photos on social media. It’s time to stop wandering, find a better solution and stay in the comfort of your RV.

The Solution

As boater’s, GMN understands the frustration of poor WiFi connections at marinas. Just like an RV’er we needed a solution. We needed something that was durable enough to withstand any condition, mounts easily, connects multiple devices at one time and most importantly, connects to wifi service at long distances. That’s why we created the RedPort Long Range WiFi Extender System.

The Halo Long Range WiFi System

RedPort Halo Long Range WiFi ExtenderThe RedPort Long Range WiFi Extender System takes a weak WiFi signal from the main router and allows you to connect up to 7 miles away in perfect conditions. You can easily connect multiple smartphones, tablets, and laptops on your RV at the same time. The Halo system mounts easily to your RV with a marine ready stainless steel connector. Taking your RV off the grid? You can easily connect with your supplied satellite phone. The durable marine grade construction allows the system to withstand any harsh conditions and travel.

 

Fellow RV’er Reviews

“Here is the winner. It was easy to install and works like a charm, has plenty of power, pulls in a weak signal, covers a range up to 7 miles, works wonderfully on Skype and gives us freedom to work simultaneously on multiple devices like a laptop and iPad and was not breaking the bank…I liked what I saw, this unit was the top of the bunch for Marine and RV application, weatherproofed with o-rings and silicon rubber seal, carrying tube machined out of stainless steel with incorporated 1”-14 thread to accept the Standard Marine Antenna Mount, included was a neat “Optimizer” router which could handle Cell Networks, Satellite Phone for Satellite Internet beside the “Red Port Halo WiFi Extender”. Included too was a 32 ft coiled up Antenna/Power Cable, a bag with assorted Hardware and an easy to follow Quickstart Guide and Setup Manual. A truly professionally, nicely put together package by someone, who must have done a lot of research.”

-Marlene and Benno Klopfer  Click Here to view their blog.

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GMN has numerous awards and certifications for technical innovation. For more information on how GMN is changing the way we connect – whether ship-to-shore or in an RV visit http://www.globalmarinenet.com.
 


 

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