I live in an area with poor to no cellular service (depending on carrier) and rely on broadband internet to get anything done at home (WiFi / femtocell / wired). With my current Nissan Leafs that just means that I can't use the app / website to do anything with my cars or get notifications from them when they are at home. I know that Tesla cars can connect to a home WiFi network and was wondering what requirements they had for that network and how good the antenna on the car was. What frequency bands does the Model 3 support - just the 2.4 GHz, or the 5.2 GHz as well? Does the Model 3 support WPA-PSK and WPA-802.1X (PEAP-TLS and PEAP-MSCHAPv2) with AES encryption? Does it have any required data rates - does the AP have to advertise B rates, does it have to allow B rates? Does the Model 3 support IPv6, does it require IPv4 - does it support something like RFC6146 / RFC6147 or are all the servers it needs to connect to dual stack (all the major cell carriers are IPv6 with CGN IPv4 so I would assume Tesla is at least working on IPv6 support)? Finally, how good is the antenna - do I need to cover my carport / driveway to -80 dBm, -70 dBm, or just plan on better than -67 dBm? I am not opposed to putting an outdoor AP in my carport and creating a special SSID just for the Model 3, but if I could use my existing infrastructure, that would be nice. If anyone has any experience with connecting Tesla cars to WiFi networks I would be interested in hearing it.