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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).

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GL.iNet GL-MT300N-V2 Mini Travel Router, Repeater Bridge, 300Mbps High Performance, 128MB RAM, OpenVPN Client, Tor Compatible for $15.99. Shipping is Free.
  • OpenWrt pre-installed
  • OpenVPN Client and WireGuard® Pre-installed
  • Pre-Configured Cloudflare DNS Over TLS
  • Compatible with 20+ VPN service providers
  • TOR firmware available for downloading
  • Powered by MTK 7628NN 580Mhz SoC
  • Max.300Mbps Wireless Data Rates
  • USB disk and WebCam extendable
  • 4 GPIOs for more DIY funs
  • Small, Light and Portable
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Dunno about your phone, but mine didn't come equipped with Ethernet ports (among other issues with your statement).
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Used one of these last year at 3 location hotels for work flawlessly repeating the hotel WiFi providing better privacy & connection stayed up. on separate Family trip it enabled us to use our WiFi based baby monitor which was NOT possible thru the hotel click thru services to configure. Great investment and travel companion. May want to use a longer Ethernet cable than one provided tho & own travel bag.
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Isn't it better to do this 1 time on the router than to do it on each if your devices instead? If you got multiple boxes, this makes more sense.
Having to re-authenticate has more to do with the network you are in than the devices themselves.

If you only have one device however, this doesn't make a ton if sense for you.

As a side note, I've tried to post gl.inet deals on SD from Amazon that were shipped and sold from gl.inet but SD won't allow it cause they don't have 1000+ reviews, so ya'll have been missing out.
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GL.iNet has so many versions of their travel router. Which is the best one to get?
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GL.iNet has so many versions of their travel router. Which is the best one to get?
I have this exact version. Works pretty well. Lacks 5ghz, otherwise does the job.
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Got this in a promotion with Torguard VPN, very happy with it. Comes with a simple interface over openwrt. Openwrt interface for advanced users.
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No need travel router nowadays, your smartphone can be smart router ....
Dunno about your phone, but mine didn't come equipped with Ethernet ports (among other issues with your statement).
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Where would you need a travel router these days? Internationally?
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Does this work with public networks like Starbucks or McDonalds that have a captive portal with a "click though" to accept and connect to the network?
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I got this or a similar one for free from a TorGuard deal. I still dont understand what it is for.
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Used one of these last year at 3 location hotels for work flawlessly repeating the hotel WiFi providing better privacy & connection stayed up. on separate Family trip it enabled us to use our WiFi based baby monitor which was NOT possible thru the hotel click thru services to configure. Great investment and travel companion. May want to use a longer Ethernet cable than one provided tho & own travel bag.
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GL.iNet has so many versions of their travel router. Which is the best one to get?
I started with a Hootoo Tripmate Nano, which was OK. I got a gl-inet AR300M because I needed MAC cloning for a cruise-line that had locked down on normal travel routers. I liked the AR300M so much I jumped on the gl-inet AR750S when it first came out. The AR750S is probably overkill for my needs but I like being on the bleeding edge of new devices. Anyway I'd say AR750S is the best if price is not an issue, otherwise I wouldn't hesitate to recommend the AR300M. I don't have any experience with the MT300N-V2.
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