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Old 05-15-2019, 04:33 PM   #21
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What you see see is a cover it slides off.
Mine went to the right. The extender slides on in place of the cover,
I just put the one I ordered off Amazon right in. Fit like a glove. Thank you again. Just testing it out, I was able to get on the hotspot at the gas station down the road a few blocks. I was impressed.
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Old 05-15-2019, 05:24 PM   #22
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The one I seen there a white box on the wall , I don't have unless there something IM missing . where should I look?
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Old 08-05-2019, 04:49 PM   #23
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Has anyone use the Furrion router/booster in order to get better cell phone data? I have Sprint and it is not great in many of the areas we camp. I'd love to get a cellular booster but don't want to drill any holes to run cabling so this option seems ideal. I'd be willing to pay $360 to get a good strong cellular signal.
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Old 08-05-2019, 07:00 PM   #24
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Furrion access

I purchased the Furrion access router to attach to the camper from Amazon as well, as others have said I rarely use the Furrion data plan because of the cost. I use it to boost the campground WiFi and or my wireless hotspot from my phone and it does both very well. I have the iN∑Command, Netflix, the dish WiFi and everyones iPads attached to it whenever we are camping and everything works very well. I used it on,our last trip in an area where we had trouble getting 2 bars from the campground WiFi and I had full bars the entire trip and was able to stream movies. Plus it is much more secure using our own password protected router as opposed to be directly on the campground WiFi. I am not an IT guy to know how much more secure but at least there is another password to get through which canít be bad. Overall very happy with it once it got setup and I havenít had any issue so far and we have had it for a few months.
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Old 08-18-2019, 02:02 AM   #25
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Has anyone use the Furrion router/booster in order to get better cell phone data? I have Sprint and it is not great in many of the areas we camp. I'd love to get a cellular booster but don't want to drill any holes to run cabling so this option seems ideal. I'd be willing to pay $360 to get a good strong cellular signal.
Sorry. It does not amplify cell phone signals. Only wifi. It can connect to a 4G/LTE network and act as a hot spot (though you have to purchase the data plan through Furrion to do that, which is expensive), but it will not make your existing cell service stronger. There are separate products for cell phone signal boosters.
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