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Old 06-02-2016, 01:17 AM   #1
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Wifi Ranger

I have a 2014 3905 Voltage! I recently discovered a sky wifi ranger on the roof but didn't know of this when purchased. My problem is I can not find the device on mywifiranger.com (webpage to pair the device) also nothing comes up on wifi connections! Does anyone have any ideas or have had any simal problems, oh ya and did I mention the dealer I purchased from will not help me since I am out of 1 yr warranty! Thanks in advance.
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Old 06-02-2016, 01:39 AM   #2
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You need to be connected to the Ranger to use the address you posted...

Look for wireless signals. You want to find one that is named Pvt.WiFiRanger.xxxx (the x's are the serial number)

It should ask for a password...it will be changemenowxxxx (x's are the same as above).

Now use the address you stated above, you should be able to get into the control panel. To power off and on, my unit is operated off the 5th fuse (labeled bathroom). There is a factory reset procedure, but is a rather long process, but try the other stuff first.

Also, the WiFiRanger folks are very helpful, hop on their website and shoot them some questions. We have been using ours quite extensively at our current campground....going on 6 months now.

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Old 06-02-2016, 03:02 AM   #3
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Hey thanks for the info, I will give that a try!
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Old 06-02-2016, 07:17 AM   #4
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WiFi Ranger User Manual Rev 10

What Cale says is correct. Also, here is the latest User Manual
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File Type: pdf WiFiRanger_UserManual_Rev10.pdf (4.58 MB, 64 views)
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Ok with the manual and have all the login and password paperwork with my coach and still not getting any kind of broadcast. The previous owner must have changed it all. Says to turn off 3 times for 80 seconds each to reset but I see no switch, fuse or breaker. How do I turn this Sky bugger off?


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Old 03-07-2017, 08:10 PM   #6
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try unplugging it. That's what I had to do
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Tom I would if I can figure out where the plug is?


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Tom I would if I can figure out where the plug is?


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WIFI Ranger has a FaceBook page, perhaps help could be found there.
It seems as if you can't put your hands on the router itself. If you can find it the power cord is plugged in the back of it near the LAN ports.
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If his I'd like mine, it's mounted to the roof. I can't access anything without taking it apart and don't want to chance a leak. Cale Johnson awhile back posted which fuse on his powered it. Might be worth a PM...

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Yep, the antenna will be mounted to the roof but the router itself has to be inside somewhere.
They have ports for LAN and WLAN so there needs to be access somehow. But, here again, it is in an RV so it could be in the spare tire well.
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