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Internet -Phase II Lagunamar?

Discussion in 'Vistana Signature Experiences (formerly Starwood)' started by svwoude, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. svwoude

    svwoude TUG Member

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    Does anyone have any experience with the internet at the new section of Lagunamar?
    I know it was real spotty in the other section, just wondering if it is any better now?:shrug:

    Steve
     
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    We stayed in Building 600 and let's just say the wi-fi was less than 5 stars. We also were in building 1300 for one night and the wi-fi was much better there, but not worth changing rooms... (i'll post a picture as soon as i can remember how do it)
     
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    View from room 1321

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    and view from middle of building #1100 -- sorry I did not get the room number

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    Ken555 Tug Review Crew: Rookie TUG Member

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    The picture of the beach looks much, much better than it was when I was last there!
     
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    As I posted earlier, the wired connection works very well.'
    If you bring a router and plug it into the wired connection, and you connect to the router, it works very fast.
     
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    Using a wireless router will improve your portability within the unit, but it will not increase your access speed over the hard-wired connection.
     
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    What I am saying is that the wired connection was much superior to the wifi.
     

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