NOTICE 7/8/2017 – I will no longer be able to provide support on the IRV2 community seeing they banned me for helping a member by linking to this post when she asked for more information and where to find the video.
They called it “commercial” and seeing I wrote it, it was not allowed.
NOTE: Yes, even though this post was done some time ago…All the parts are still current and the setup tutorial is still valid as of 2/13/2018.
What you need….(Just click the product name.) Ubnt Nano Station Loco M2 – This is the directional antenna and powerful radio all built into one nice package.
You set it up the same way and then just use the one you want.) 5Ghz is a less crowed frequency not most parks currently do not offer it.
Now as a reminder, even though you will have a much better chance connecting to the RV parks Wi-Fi service, that does not mean you will have better Internet.
It may be small, but can cover your motor coach or RV without an issue. Two Network Cables – You will need two (2) of these in order to set this up, but will end up using just one when we are done. Ubnt Nano Station M2 – A more powerful model of the Loco M2 listed above with double the antenna range for hard to reach access points in a park.
Best part…it’s low cost and it uses the same power supply as the Nano Station as it just pops into place. I recommend shielded cables and that is what I linked to. (It is also double the height do to the large antenna. A more powerful model of the Air Gateway listed above giving you increased access to your personal Wi-Fi inside and out of your RV.