You Probably Have Never Thought Of This
Your Internet can go down. Have something ready to go. Phone data can be costly!
Apply same concept, devices to RVs and boats
No theory! Actual examples!
A: No. Some wifi is free and open, but most is password protected. In my guide I give examples of free, legitimate access along with legitimate access of password-protected systems. If you can obtain legitimate access, why not take advantage of it? I show you different ways -- with the right hardware and set up -- to have wifi outside the home be a source for all your in-home devices.
A: No. In fact, I'm opposed to that. All the examples in the guide are based on legitimate use.
A: Yes. The basic principles are the same everywhere.
A: No way! Descriptions are simple. Terms are clearly defined.
A: Of course! Screen shots of the hardware configuration pages are included to help you do the right thing.
A: Nope. No cellular involved.
A: No. Hardware prices range from $40-80. This hardware cost would be a one-time investment and is about the same cost as a cable modem.
A: "How I Get Free Home Internet" is in a PDF.
A: Think value. If you came to me for consulting advice, I would be billing you $125 per hour. You are getting the same advice for $13 that will accelerate your thinking. The people I've helped set up this arrangement have paid much more than $13.
A: You bet! All hardware has been personally used.
A: Yes. Pictures of actual hardware installation are included.
A: You can read this guide in 15-25 minutes. What you gain in this short time can save you hundreds of dollars.
A: Yes. The equipment is small and can be easily implemented in an RV or a boat. In fact, it is often a better solution for an RV or a boat than simply using a USB wifi adapter. With one more piece of equipment, you can create better wifi in your RV or boat! There is a special section in the guide for RV setup (which also applies to a boat).
A: Yes they are. As an IT consultant in Seattle I've helped others implement what is described in my guide. Examples include how a home cable Internet account was used for temporary Internet in an office; how a cooperative neighbor provided free backup Internet; how an existing cable subscriber implemented free Internet in his second home.
A: I did -- Bruce Miller. I'm a Seattle IT consultant and technology writer. Click here to check out my home network! I know a few things.
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