Living in a recreational vehicle has its drawbacks. Being able to "disconnect" from the outside world is both an advantage and a disadvantage. I find that life on the road gets more difficult when you want to use "modern conveniences" such as telephones, television, and Internet. "Roughing it" is not always convenient! Luckily, modern technology solves most of these problems. However, one problem has been nagging me but this week I started using a new, partial solution.
I used a 2.4 GHz High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE Model TH-WA5210G manufactured by TP-Link mounted on a flagpole that attaches to the ladder on my motor home. It connects to any wi-fi "hot spot" within a quarter mile or so and often to hot spots much further away.
I know from comments posted here that several people purchased an identical 2.4 GHz High Power Wireless Outdoor CPE Model TH-WA5210G or TL-WA5210G but had difficulty configuring it and asked me questions about it. To be honest, I did all this about a year ago and encountered little difficulty. I did not experiment with all the available options. It installed within a minute or two and today I couldn't remember enough of the details to answer many questions. I decided to take new screen shots of each significant step in the set-up process and post them here for others to see. Perhaps that will answer most of the questions.