GL.iNet GL-MT300A Mini Travel Router, Wi-Fi Converter, OpenWrt Pre-installed, Repeater Bridge, 300Mbps High Performance, 128MB RAM, OpenVPN, Tor Compatible, Programmable IoT Gateway
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- MINI TRAVEL ROUTER: Convert a public network(wired/wireless) to a private Wi-Fi for secure surfing. Tethering, 3G/4G USB Modem Compatible. Powered by any laptop USB, power banks or 5V DC adapters (sold separately). 39g (1.41 Oz) only and pocket friendly.
- OPEN SOURCE & PROGRAMMABLE: OpenWrt pre-installed, DDWrt supported. USB disk and WebCam extendable.
- OPENVPN CLIENT & TOR: OpenVPN client pre-installed, compatible with 20+ VPN service providers. TOR firmware available for downloading.
- LARGER STORAGE & EXTENSIBILITY: 128MB RAM, 16MB Flash ROM, dual Ethernet ports, UART and GPIOs available for hardware DIY, MicroSD slot built-in (need to open case).
- PACKAGE CONTENTS: GL-MT300A mini router (1-year Warranty), USB cable, User Manual.
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|Item Dimensions||2.28 x 2.28 x 0.98 in||1.1 x 3 x 3.3 in||4 x 8 x 3 in||8.98 x 10.24 x 2.56 in|
|Item Weight||1.45 ounces||6.72 ounces||0.68 lb||1.5 lbs|
GL-MT300A is a powerful mini travel router for working professionals and a programmable gateway for DIY hobbyists.
Larger Storage and Extendibility:
The router is with storages of 128MB RAM and 16MB Flash, which can be further extended using the internal MicroSD slot and external USB sticks. There are 2 Ethernet ports, 1 UART available for hardware DIY. It is an ideal portable gateway for IoT development.
WiFi is extremely popular but still may not be available at anywhere. If you are still using a wired network at hotels or cafes, this mini router is able to convert it to a wireless network for sharing the WiFi with all your devices.
Even in places like cafes or restaurants with WiFi, it is not good to expose your devices to the public network directly. This router converts a public WiFi to your own WiFi with a firewall and then works as an agent for securer surfing. The agent connects all your devices when switching to a new WiFi. You don’t have to input password for each of your devices.
The router is also able to convert your phone tethering, or 3G/4G USB modems into a private Wi-Fi.
Portable Travel Mate:
The router is lightweight, pocket friendly, and portable. It can be plugged into any laptops, power banks, or 5V DC adapters for power supply.
Open Source and Programmable:
OpenWRT is pre-installed and backed with a repository of 4000+ software packages. DDWrt is supported. Pre-installed with an OpenVPN client, it works with 20+ VPN service providers. Tor firmware is available for download. The firmware is under active development and can be updated online with one click.
For more details, please check our online docs at http://www.gl-inet.com/docs
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to make things more clear for everyone, these are among the options.
USB Broadband --> wifi or ethernet (with or w/o vpn or tor)
Wifi --> Ethernet (with or w/o vpn or tor)
Ethernet WAN --> Ethernet LAN (with or w/o vpn or tor)
Ethernet WAN --> Wifi (with or w/o vpn or tor)
using a USB drive or microSD slot that is inside the enclosure to host a filesharing server for friends and family without resorting to dropbox or sendspace or Mega or any file hosting service.
It wasn't without some pain, this does require some tech know how to set it up. In particular I had created a profile to access my home VPN using some tutorials on the internet but it didn't work at first. Tips: all files (profile and keys) should be but into a zip file to be uploaded, and make sure all the files use only lowercase alpha numeric characters and don't use spaces. I used some uppercase characters at first and things were failing. Renamed, and things started working. This is a Linux system and the things tend to get complicated around upper cases and spaces, so avoid them when you can.
Once set up, it worked perfectly for a multi month trip, and even my (less technical) wife appreciated the ease of switching profiles and it all worked great. Note for others, most services were fine with the commercial VPN provider, even Netflix who is reputed to try to filter them out. However, Hulu is very strict and only when I was connected through my home network could I stream. So be aware.
So I could deduct a point for the warning about needing technical knowledge, but it works so well outside of that I don't see I can. I just consider some technical familiarity the entrance price. Overall, it was very reliable and works well. I literally would not have had as happy a trip without this.