Have you ever tried to connect to a familiar hotspot – like one created from your very own smartphone – and seen a red x and a message that you could not connect? This video shows you the solution.
Rather than make you start at the beginning of understanding all the possible ways to connect to the Internet on the Road, we thought we’d cut to the chase and tell you about our favorite method first. You need an Android-based smartphone, and software called PDANet from Junefabrics.com. The video shows you all the details. [Click for the rest ...]
When you’re traveling, you seldom have the luxury of a wired Internet connection (DSL, Cable) so we depend on wireless. There are 3 wireless technologies for delivering Internet: Wi-Fi, Cellular, and Satellite. This video explains.
What do I need in order to get Internet *anywhere* I park my RV? The answer is Satellite. This video shows you what equipment is involved, how much it costs, and what some of the issues are.
Cellular has become the most popular and successful way to get high-speed Internet as you travel. It is the only wireless technology that allows you to be connected while driving down the road. Within the cellular category, there are lots of options, data cards, mobile hotspots, and tethered cellphones among them. This video give a [Click for the rest ...]
Demo of using a data card and Verizon service to connect to the Internet.
What do you need in order to connect to the Internet with a cellular service?
What do you need to get Internet by Satellite dish while on the road. wifi09_satellite.mp4 – 4.33MB Download
Connecting to High Speed Internet on the road is, by necessity, wireless. There are 3 wireless technologies from which to choose: Satellite, Cellular and Wi-Fi Download wifi00_3ways.mp4 – 4.34MB Download
How to connect to a WiFi hotspot using your laptop’s built in wireless adapter and Windows Vista