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Thread: Feeding via a planes onbard Wi-Fi

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    Feeding via a planes onbard Wi-Fi

    Go a trip coming up with a plane with onboard Wi-Fi across a bunch of ocean. My laptop is a Linux laptop, is there anything special I need to do to get the feeder working correctly while on the plane? Given that I am moving I will turn MLAT off.

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    It's barred by CAA

    It's explicitly mentioned on the seat card (now no receiving devices including scanners) to be used

    And the upload speed is crippled (~700k), CG-NAT and likely won't get out anyway.

    Close it up and enjoy the views/IFE instead.
    Posts not to be taken as official support representation - Just a helpful uploader who tinkers

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