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Lexinator

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I want to travel but my work requires a direct connection to ethernet port. Does anyone know how I could get internet with Ethernet connection? Thanks.

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*some* upper end rv resorts offer wired cable/internet connections from a 3rd party provider but they are few and farcbetween...in our experience anyway. you'd have better luck staying in hotels.


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Yeah maybe thinking a 4/5gt modem and SIM card with router. I will have to play around at home to see if I can get some system working.

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Your work has a very stringent standard IMO.


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Lexinator wrote:

Yeah maybe thinking a 4/5gt modem and SIM card with router. I will have to play around at home to see if I can get some system working.

and how does that satisfy the requirement for a hardline connection?

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I would think that having to have a wired connection to the internet will be very hard to come by in campgrounds or RV resorts. You would be better of with a VPN (Virtual Private Network).


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The Tripmate Titan made by HooToo might be what you need. Check it out.

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Thank you all.

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Look at travel router with Ethernet port.


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rk911 wrote:

Lexinator wrote:

Yeah maybe thinking a 4/5gt modem and SIM card with router. I will have to play around at home to see if I can get some system working.

and how does that satisfy the requirement for a hardline connection?
Because he plugs his PC into the Ethernet port on the router and eliminates the WIFI connection he would otherwise use. I could do this but my work seems WIFI to be secure and we use a VPN.

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