The Learning Banks Uncensored at dc404 Sep 2015
This presentation was given at the September 2015 dc404 meeting and is an uncensored look at the best RV internet access options for digital nomads and full-time RVers. Please note that, due to the intended audience for this presentation (a hacking and computer security meetup), we frequently uses strong language throughout the presentation. If you are easily offended, you'll want to look elsewhere for this information.
In this presentation, we discuss a variety of popular RV internet topics, including:
- Relying on free wifi from coffee shops, laundromats and libraries
- Using Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile for high-speed internet
- WiFi Ranger, MaxxFi and DIY RV internet access options
We'll talk briefly about RV wifi antennas (aka RV wifi booster antenna), and the Wilson RV cell phone signal boosters we use to get the best RV internet available wherever we travel. Although there are numerous RV internet options on the marketplace, none of the solutions is anywhere close to perfect, and all of the commercial RV internet access options we evaluated has at least one or more major flaws that are worth understanding before you spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on an expensive RV wifi antenna or RV cell phone booster.
If you're a digital nomad or full-time RVer, and you're considering internet options for your RV, van or boat, take an hour or so to watch our video review above for more details about what we believe to be the worst AND best RV internet access options available.
If you want to read more about our life on the road as full-time RVers, also make sure to stop by our blog at thelearningbanks.com
Yes, it's long! If you're looking for a particular topic within the talk, click through to the YouTube page for a listing of topics covered and the time code for them.