|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|
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
|You Save:||S$10.00 (11%)|
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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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Slate - Gigabit Internet for Security-savvy Travellers
It’s often for a frequent traveller 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 travellers who want their security being completely locked down no matter where they are.
30+ Commercial VPN Provider Compatibility
Got a commercial VPN provider that you really like? No problem, there’s more than 30+ VPNs compatible with our pre-installed OpenVPN client. OpenVPN is a trustworthy 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 travellers, it is therefore both compact and lightweight. It can easily slip into a backpack, or even your pocket and take it with you anywhere.
- Three gigabit ports, 1WAN, 2LANs
- Customizable mode switch
- Foldable dual-band external antennas
- High speed AC750 Wi-Fi: 433Mbps(5G) +300Mbps(2.4G)
- Three customizable LED lights
- TF card slot supports up to 128GB storage
The Pouch bag of Slate is not included in the package. Please order it on Amazon separately.
- Hardware Specification
- CPU: QCA9563, @775MHz SoC Memory: DDRII 128MB
- Memory: DDRII 128MB
- Storage: Dual Flash 16MB Nor + 128MB Nand Flash
- Interface: 3 WAN/LAN Ports (10/100/1000 Ethernet), 1 USB2.0, 1 Micro USB (power), 1 Reset Button, TF Card Slot (128GB Max.)
- Power Input: 5V/2A
- Power Consumption: <6W
- Dimension, Weight: 100mm X 68mm X 24mm, 86g
The Gigabit Routers that Made for Portability
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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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The router is easy to set up for use in different situations (especially WISP mode which is the most common scenario when travelling). It also allows full access to advanced settings if you want them.
I really like the Wireguard VPN support. It works very well and the performance has persuaded me to switch VPN service to one that supports it. On low power hardware like this, Wireguard goes about 3 or 4 times faster than OpenVPN. GL.iNet have made Wireguard easy to set up and use. Once I had it configured (which didn't need any command-line setup or ssh) I made the little switch on the side if the router turn the VPN on and off as needed.
Another nice feature is the easy support for Cloudflare DNS over TLS. This improves privacy even when not using a VPN.
The only slight disappointment I found was the low speed of the USB port when copying very large files from a microSD card in the router onto a USB stick. I assume it is USB 2.0 but it seems slower than should be possible with that. In the end I found it much quicker to use SMB file sharing and copy via the network to a computer. I think the USB is best used for 4G dongles or tethering a phone rather than for connecting storage devices. It's only a minor issue when set against all the things it does really well.
All in all, this is one of my favourite gadgets and from now on it will always be with me when I travel.
This can be readjusted in every, and I mean EVERY Wi-Fi router on the market!
I can only assume that whoever designed that and took that feature out is not working much or even at all in networking; Such a shame developing such a nice thing and then mess it up so bad!
I can only hope that this will be included in a upcoming up update as I only just realised this restriction and i already have thrown the wrapping away making it difficult to return.
that makes it 3x more expensive than a MicroUSB fed TP-Link that has all reqwuired functionality, just only 2 Network point while this has a 2nd giving that additional bit of flexibility, just messed up by the deminished DHCP functionality.
So I came across this little device that took 5 mins to set up and as my dlna / Nas and was up and running with no effort.
I plugged my 2tb hard drive into this devices usb port and used an ethernet cable to connect it to my main router and selected the option to use this adaptor as an access point (AP).
This set up took 5 mins and once done I was able to access my media from any device on my network. I have even turned off both 2 and 5g WiFi bands on this device also, as I am able to access my harddrive media from the main router and from WiFi extenders that are connected to the main router, so I did not need this new device to broadcast it's WiFi also as it works perfectly when being accessed via existing WiFi.
So with this device I am now able to stream all my movies to multiple devices in my home both connected directly to the main router and also connected to alternative WiFi extenders located further away. With no issues at all. This works perfectly and set up is very easy, as I am no expert.
However, it turned out to be such a capable and reliable device that I've thrown away my beloved linksys router with custom firmware, as it could achieve the same thing, but better, and takes very little space.
After getting reliable internet I later found a need to have an always-on vpn connection. To my delight I discovered GL.INET devices support it very simply. I used my GL-AR300M for a long time ithout any issue, my only complaint being vpn speeds being slow. Eventually, I discovered this GL-AR750S-Ext (Slate) which promised a more performant experience and better hardware still at a tiny size and same easy to use interface. And indeed that's exactly hat I got, my vpn connection went from 5mbps to 10 mbps! Double!
Not only 3g failover, open vpn but even per-client traffic stats as well as qos!
I love this thing GL-AR300M) and recommend this to everybody.