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GL.iNet GL-MT300N-V2 Mini Travel Router - $15.99

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neweggflash has GL.iNet GL-MT300N-V2 Mini Travel Router for $15.99. it looks like slightly upgrade from the previous deal GL-MT300A with $3 more.

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OpenWrt pre-installed
Compatible with 20+ VPN service providers
Max.300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
OpenVPN Client Pre-installed
Light and Portable

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Which mobile frequencies (us, right networks) are supported?
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GL-MT300N-V2 is not an upgrade to GL-MT300A. They are mostly the same except that GL-MT300N-V2 has GPIO for DIY projects whereas GL-MT300A has a micro SD slot. Amazon everyday price: $20 for GL-MT300N-V2 and $21 for GL-MT300A. The last deal (GL-MT300A at $13) was way better.
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Been wanting one of these for a mobile Plex server
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So when there is an open network this will make it private for you ? So when I'm at work that's got an open network I can use this and they won't know I'm playing games...etc? Or am I reading the functions of this thing wrong
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This works so grea twehenver youre trying to work from across the hall way
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good, memory increased from 64mb to 128mb
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So when there is an open network this will make it private for you ? So when I'm at work that's got an open network I can use this and they won't know I'm playing games...etc? Or am I reading the functions of this thing wrong
If you configure the vpn client to connect to a vpn server/service then they will not be able to see the traffic within the encrypted tunnel. You might need to ensure you configure the DNS correctly.
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If you configure the vpn client to connect to a vpn server/service then they will not be able to see the traffic within the encrypted tunnel. You might need to ensure you configure the DNS correctly.
why use this to connect vpn instead of vpn client in computer/cellphone
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So when there is an open network this will make it private for you ? So when I'm at work that's got an open network I can use this and they won't know I'm playing games...etc? Or am I reading the functions of this thing wrong
Where this is most useful is when the hotel charges to use their WiFi but you get Ethernet for free... plug this into the Ethernet and create your own free WiFi AP.
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be advised that OpenWrt forums just lost years of forum history;
https://www.theregister.co.uk/201...rums_lost/
glad i went with dd-wrt nod

also note that claiming;
300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
on a single N channel wifi - is pure deception.
spec'wise, you'll be lucky to get 36-72Mbps.
while wired the best you'll get 85Mbps
due to the overhead requirements of a 10/100 port.
none of this really matters when you consider
few VPN providers can handle over 100mbps.
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Just a heads up. The AR300M model seems to have a quicker VPN transfer rate by what seems to be an engineer for the company.. Other searches on comparing them says that they all share the same board but the mt300n driver isn't being worked on.
https://forum.gl-inet.com/t/gl-mt...mance/2536

Thanks OP, I think it's great these mini routers exist. I'm paying a couple bucks more for the AR300M on amzn
https://www.amazon.com/GL-iNet-GL...B073TT7KB2
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Can I use this device without signing up for the VPN service? Will it still protect my data when using the public internet through this device? TIA.
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Can I use this device without signing up for the VPN service? Will it still protect my data when using the public internet through this device? TIA.
No you need a VPN server to connect to.
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Why would one use this instead of any old WiFi router they had lying around?
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