|Item Height||0.9 inches|
|Item Width||2.7 inches|
|Wireless Type||2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||GL-AR750S|
|Product Dimensions||9.91 x 6.86 x 2.29 cm; 86 Grams|
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GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext (Slate) Gigabit Travel AC VPN Router, 300Mbps(2.4G)+433Mbps(5G) Wi-Fi, 128MB RAM, MicroSD Support, Repeater Bridge, OpenWrt/LEDE pre-Installed, Cloudflare DNS
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- [DUAL BAND AC WIRELESS ROUTER] Simultaneous dual band with wireless speed 300Mbps(2.4G)+433Mbps(5G). Tethering（not available on iOS14）, 3G/4G USB Modem Compatible. Convert a public network(wired/wireless) to a private Wi-Fi for secure surfing.
- [OPEN SOURCE & PROGRAMMABLE] OpenWrt/LEDE pre-installed, backed by software repository.
- [VPN CLIENT & SERVER] OpenVPN and WireGuard pre-installed, compatible with 30+ VPN service providers.
- [LARGER STORAGE & EXTENSIBILITY] 128MB RAM, 16MB NOR Flash and 128MB NAND Flash, up to 128GB MicroSD slot, USB 2.0 port, three Gigabit Ethernet ports (1 WAN and 2 LAN).
- [PACKAGE CONTENTS] GL-AR750S-Ext (Slate) router with 1-year limited warranty, power adapter, USB cable, Ethernet cable and user manual. Please update to the latest firmware from the following link before using: https://dl.gl-inet.com/firmware/ar750s/release/
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It’s often for a frequent traveler to use Wi-Fi in public places. The problem with public Wi-Fi is that you are inviting a whole host of different security risks. Slate, a gigabit travel router, is designed for security-savvy travelers who want their security being completely locked down no matter where they are.
- Foldable dual-band external antennas
- High speed AC750 Wi-Fi: 433Mbps(5G) +300Mbps(2.4G)
- Three customizable LED lights
25+ Commercial VPN Provider Compatibility
Got a commercial VPN provider that you really like? No problem, there’s more than 25+ VPNs compatible with our pre-installed OpenVPN client. OpenVPN is a tried-and-true software, and a common standard for security-minded VPN users. WireGuard is based on a concept called Cryptokey Routing. This is an impressive new technology that’s worth trying if you’re looking for performance boosts beyond what OpenVPN can provide. It’s a much faster security protocol than OpenVPN; WireGuard VPN can clock 68Mbps, compared to OpenVPN that can only hit 17Mbps.
Connects Multiple Workplaces Seamlessly
Slate Comes with Pre-installed VPN server and client functions in WireGuard and OpenVPN. With Slate, you can bring all your workplaces together with a single, secure private cloud with OpenVPN or WireGuard. Don’t worry about changing your network when you change your workplace. You won’t need to reconfigure and reconnect all your devices as well; they’ll all connect automatically each time you fire up your Slate.
Pre-Configured Cloudflare DNS Over TLS
This option uses the TLS security protocol for encrypting DNS queries, which helps increase privacy and prevent eavesdropping. When it comes to browsing privacy, DNS is often the weak link in the chain. Having Cloudflare DNS over TLS is a new feature, previously only possible with professional modification of your router. The Slate comes with this feature baked in; it’s as easy as flipping the toggle in the user interface.
Slate is designed for frequent travelers, it is therefore both compact and lightweight. It can easily slip into a backpack, or even your pocket and take it with you anywhere.
|Item Weight||3.04 ounces|
|Shipping Weight||12 ounces|
|Item model number||GL-AR750S|
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My objective is to have a second WIFI in the house for VPN access and AP mode is the best solution. Even after following all the guides online, I just could not figure out how to forward or masquerade the traffic between my WAN and VPN. This should be due to my lack of network knowledge.
I could get OpenVPN to work but the speeds were miserable, barely 10Mbps. I came across GL INET routers from my VPN provider website and decided to take the plunge.
It is unbelievable after spending so many frustrating days and nights to configure my routers that I was able to setup my VPN on the GL INET router within 10 minutes after reading a simple guide. The best of all is the speed that I am getting. As advertised, I was able to get between 30 to 50 Mbps on wireguard. Fantastic!
If you are a VPN or network novice, look no further for a simple and easy router to configure your VPN.
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I have breached this router in minutes using KALI LINUX. GL.INET Please fix and provide this setting.
UPDATE: I just went to the wireless tab and shut the 5 ghz band off and restarted it, and it came up and started working, when I checked on my input I found that it has switched to a 2 ghz input, so it did not really fix anything.
I also noticed that when you are hooked to 5 ghz as an input you use only one channel on the 2 ghz output, but if your using 2 ghz input then the output uses two channels for faster data speed. That makes two bugs that I have found.
BE FORWARDNED the level of vexation which awaits ye who enter here. Did you plan to use this as a client to another device via wifi connecting other devices via wired ethernet? Oh the fun! Nopes. FIRST ye must connect something to the WAN port or USB-A port before any mode MAY be selected otherwise 750S complains about missing network connection. Then and only then does 750S occasionally render a wifi report of proximate APs. Network detection cannot be disabled via basic settings or LuCi.
After this tedium I was able to update the firmware. Thrills continued after update.
These are the other highlights:
- For both firmwares 009 [release] and 010 [beta] while connected as a client device to upstream router itself acting as AP devices connected to the upstream router have problems resolving domain names. The 750S is set to use custom name servers (open dns) and enforce them. Disconnect 750S. The weird new problems stop.
- Its OpenVPN speed is slower than my GL-iNet AR300M ( here )
- The WAN port is not color distinguished from the 2 LAN ports. A tiny, difficult to read, icon imprint in plastic below the port is the indicator
* I have no interest in sorting out for GL-iNet why or how this is happenning. It is being returned to amazon.
* I bought this for it's WireGuard client baked into OpenWRT
* Radio hops channels faster than upstream router/ap combo device
+ I love me some Atheros POWER
+ It has a programmable switch to toggle vpn or other settings which by default does nothing
+ the LEDs are not obtrussive: straight-on they are sharp, from oblique angles they are not visible
+ the WAN port can be set to act as a LAN port
+ it has excellent radio control settings
+ indication of factory default resets are well indicated: all lights flash on powder switch hold, then blink faster, and finally much faster. All lights wink out. As interfaces come up lights too reilliuminate
🌟 Average WireGuard downlink is 66mbps.
For 62 monies I am a bit disappointed. Subsequently I purchased their mango v2.
The User Interface (UI) for this router is BRILLIANTLY done. Setting up WireGuard was a simple as entering my account number with my provider (it supports Azire and Mullvad out the box!) and picking a server. That's it.
It has TWO WiFi channels, and can be used as a repeater. The entire unit is the size of my palm, with two little antennae.
It has a one year warranty, and I'll see how it works day-to-day on my next trip.
As someone with a lot of experience with VPNs, having a device that sets up so fast and easy, is unheard of.
When I am due to buy my next BIG router (I currently have a Synology RT 2600ac in the US, and an Asus AC5300 running Merlin in an overseas location), I am buying a Gl.Net router.
UPDATE: I am overseas set up in a hotel/Apartment for a month. I pulled the router into the Ethernet port in the wall and it works great. Covers the entire one bedroom apartment. As for VPN, I can switch between OpenVPN or WireGuard VPN. I haven't had any issues, bugs, QA defects or anything else. The router just works, set it and forget it, and that's what I wanted.
I highly recommend picking one of these up if you are a road warrior and needs a secure portable router.
UPDATE: This unit was working fine and dandy, just like candy for two weeks. Then, it failed to connect to the internet.
WIFI still worked, but nothing I could do, could make it connect to the Internet. I put the WAN cable directly into my laptop (Thank God my Lenovo P72 still has the old school ethernet port) and the internet worked fine.
I reset the unit, I tried power cycling ("have you tried turning it on and off again..."), I changed DNS settings, I even danced in a grass skirt and a coconut bra. Nothing. Not happy.