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Old 14-11-2010, 19:18   #1
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Long Range WiFi

I have had my Island Time Wifi for around two months and its working great. Fifteen miles offshore of Santa Barbara (yes fifteen miles, GPS checked) I got connected long enough to check my email then it dropped. Anchored at Catalina Harbor I couldn't get connected even though it showed about five sights. One mile down from Avalon, on Catalina Island with a hill between me and town I am now making this post. Getting my cruiser crack on! When I have had questions with the system Bill has always taken the time to answer them. This power over ethernet system works great and the help from Island Time is first rate. I highly recommend them and there product. Scott.
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