Service redundancy is the best mobile internet for RVers. Review various connection options for full-timers, and and why redundant access is important when working from the road.
MotoSat satellite internet dish hardware and service for full-time RVers
DIY steps, photos and tips for how to rewire the MotoSat D3 controller cable connection at the Datastorm F2 satellite internet dish mount on the roof of our fifth wheel.
Jim explains how to install the MotoSat F2 satellite Internet dish mount on the RV roof, wire cabling inside a cabinet, and troubleshoot connection issues with Datastorm D3 controller.
Jim replaces the elevation motor set on MotoSat F2 Satellite internet dish.
Here’s a long overdue shout out to the fine folks at EagleSat. This small family-owned business in Longmont, CO serviced our MotoSat satellite internet system the last time we had problems. Which was apparently not the last time. At the time we had trouble locking on to our Satellite, with frequent motor stall errors. My […]
How I handle mishaps and wrong turns while living on the road in our RV.
How RV parking position can affect speed of connecting via MotoSAT mobile satellite internet system
During our stay at Landa Park in New Braunfels earlier this year, I thought we discovered the headquarters of HughesNet, our mobile satellite internet service provider. But it was just some company with the same name that I have decided to call the team at Hughes: FAPCo FAP (Fair Access Policy, aka: Data Cap) n: […]
Our detour to Salt Lake City for an in-house re-wrap repair of our Datastorm internet satellite dish at MotoSat factory headquarters.
We’re taking a major detour to MotoSat in Salt Lake City, UT for an in-house repair of our Datastorm F2 satellite internet dish system.