If you’re like most families, you may have more WiFi-enabled devices in your RV than you might think. Laptops, tablets, Firesticks, Apple TV, Rokus, smart TVs, smartphones, which can connect to either a campground WiFi network or your own cellular hotspot. That’s a lot of “stuff” to connect each time when you go to a new campground. Furthermore, quite a few campgrounds limit the number of devices that can connect to their WiFi systems. The value of using a WiFiRanger to connect is that the campground’s network will only see one device (the WiFiRanger itself) and not all your other devices running behind it. This makes changing to a new network simple. BTW, the WiFiRanger can, by default, handle 250 devices logged into your network. If you have more than that number of devices in your RV you might need a tractor-trailer!