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I see the 3220 is now a discontinued product. My antenna upgrade is questionable - when the tide is out, the boat frequently drops the connection, so now I'm considering the EOC 2610/1650 or purchasing a repeater. Any thoughts? I'm trying to leave the first of next month and hadn't expected this to turn into a major project, but then again, that's typical for just about all boat work. Tomorrow I'll call my isp to see if they have problems with me port forwarding #25, since I can't get the email set up to pass a test.
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A friend got one of the units you mentioned, not sure which model but apparently one is "non-standard POE" and can actually run from 12VDC. My 3220 is true POE with a third-party 12-to48V converter. I'm happy with mine, works well and provides WiFi coverage for iPods and such all over the boat in many anchorages.

Yes, boat projects tend to experience scope creep. This spring's projects were to upgrade my transom shower to hot/cold, and rewire my AC entry (to put the breaker before the inverter/charger and remove excess wire), which involved emptying the cockpit floor liferaft locker and removing some panels.

Now, I find myself refinishing, epoxying and redrilling screw holes, and repainting those panels and a few more. None of which was on my pre-launch list.
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