|Flash Memory Installed Size||128 MB|
|Processor Speed||650 MHz|
|Data Transfer Rate||750 Megabits Per Second|
|Wireless Type||5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 802.11bgn, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
|Number of Ports||2|
|Total Usb Ports||2|
|Has Auto Focus||No|
|Includes Rechargable Battery||No|
|Has Programmable Buttons||No|
|Product Dimensions||10.41 x 7.11 x 2.79 cm; 66 Grams|
|Item Weight||66 g|
|Item Model Number||GL-AR750|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Date First Available||5 March 2018|
GL.iNet GL-AR750 (Creta) Travel AC VPN Router, 300Mbps(2.4G)+433Mbps(5G) Wi-Fi, 128MB RAM, MicroSD Storage Support, Repeater Bridge, OpenWrt/LEDE pre-Installed, Power Adapter and Cables Included
- [DUAL BAND AC WIRELESS ROUTER] Simultaneous dual band with wireless speed 300Mbps(2.4G)+433Mbps(5G). Tethering, 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, up to 128GB MicroSD slot, USB 2.0 port, three Ethernet ports (1 WAN and 2 LAN).
- [PACKAGE CONTENTS] GL-AR750 (Creta) travel router (1-year Warranty), Power adapter, USB cable, Ethernet cable and User Manual. Please update the latest firmware at the following link before using: https://dl.gl-inet.com/firmware/ar750/testing/
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- Convert a wired or wireless network to your private network and share the Wi-Fi signals with all your devices and your travel companion(s)
- Save time from connecting all your devices one by one every time when you access a new Wi-Fi
- Support both wired and wireless bridging, easily switch between router and bridge mode
- Tether data from a USB modem or a smartphone to all devices
OpenVPN: Secure Your Online Privacy Wherever You Go
Its outstanding security protocols and data encryption technology offers an extra layer of protection wherever you go. It is the best travel accessory for business travelers, journalists, frequent flyers and anyone who feels the need to protect their privacy while surfing the internet. It supports 30+ popular OpenVPN service providers.
Fast Wi-Fi Speed
Flexible Power Supply
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With OpenVPN Enabled,
- Convert untrusted networks such as public Wi-Fi into your own secure virtual private network (VPN).
- Mask your IP address to protect your online privacy and keep you from being tracked and exploited online.
- Keep sensitive information safe: Encrypt your personal data and online traffic all the time.
- Fast Processing powered by Qualcomm QCA9531 SoC,650MHz CPU
- DDR2 128MB / Flash 16MB
- 300Mbps (2.4G) + 433Mbps (5G)
- 802.11 b/g/n/ac
- 5V/2A power input
- 10/100 Ethernet port x 3
- Support microSD storage up to 128GB
- 80 - 100 meters Wi-Fi Range (in open space)
- 88mm*68mm*24mm, 66g (Net weight)
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I primarily bought this as a way to bring a public hotspot into my home. I have pretty steady signal from the front of the house, but this was intended to extend that signal throughout the whole house.
On the plus side, it can do that and the setup is very easy. I plugged it in, connected to the router admin control panel and set it to 'MAC cloning' (so that the device appears to have the same MAC address as my laptop). I then scanned for WiFi networks and was able to connect to them and go through any 'captive portal' (like a terms and conditions page) via my web browser as normal. Having done that, I would have brilliant WiFi coverage throughout the house, seemingly much faster than I had previously been getting through direct connection.
On the minus side, I was not able to connect to my public hotspot. It was greyed out on the menu and labelled 'DFS', which after some googling I learned to be a cetification issue. Some people have resolved it by changing the country setting (this didn't work for me) and others have resolved it by SSHing directly to the router and manually changing the settings. I haven't managed this yet - will try again tomorrow when my resident IT expert gets home. SEE EDIT BELOW.
So, while I'm really impressed with the extender function and will likely use it whilst travelling, I'm sorely disappointed to find that its default settings do block some networks, specifically the one I would want to use most.
The OpenVPN is brilliant. The router's own menu gave me a list of compatible providers, and I chose one for $1.99 per month. I signed up, downloaded the config file and uploaded it into the router page along with username and password. Straight away, it worked. Internet speed is compromised, of course, but I can now access UK-only content when it's connected, and retain higher speeds when it's disconnected.
That's all I've tested so far. Overall, I think it's amazing for it's price and size and would recommend it to anyone. The tiny improvements I'd like to see are: sort out this DFS issue, and just a small on-board battery so that I could switch it from one power source to another without having to shut it down.
EDIT: I have now overcome the DFS issue. It's a bit complicated to explain how... I installed PuTTY and WinSCP on my Windows PC and was then able to open the "wireless" file in /etc/config. I edited the part of it that referred to a successful WiFi connection, changing its details to match the WiFi connection I wanted to make. This alone didn't change anything! But when I then logged into the 'advanced' (luci) pages in the router, I could 'edit' the previous WiFi connection and 'Apply changes'. That still didn't seem to work straight away, so I fiddled about with other settings in the 'advanced' (luci) pages, returned all the settings to where they had been, frowned at it for a while, and then it suddenly connected! I'm now using the public hotspot, no problem at all, even after rebooting :-)
Please note though that you can’t use safari to log onto the local GL-AR750 server 192.168.8.1, you need to use another iPhone browser like Firefox/Mozilla/Chrome to connect. I don’t know why but it frustrated me for 20 minutes before I checked google.
The best part is having a secure network wherever I am that my devices automatically connect to. Being able to stream/connect between devices cannot be understated. For example, streaming Netflix through my Chromecast on hotel TVs and not off a tiny tablet when you need a quiet night in makes it feel less like just another sterile hotel room.
There's no reason to be using outdated firmware from other routers when OpenWRT is available pre-installed on these little rockets!
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I use it for usb tethering my phone and connecting multiple devices via ethernet.
I went for this because a 4G router capable of holding a sim was either too big for the space I have or didn't have features I need.
I don't use the VPN, so keep this in mind regarding speeds. I get very good signal to the 4G mast, and I can get 110mbps down and 80mbps up with Ethernet. I've not used the wireless as I don't need it so I've disabled it.
OpenWRT is great. There's a lot which can be done with this piece of kit.
The UI is great; easy to navigate, clear & precise - even for a novice.
The advanced page has a lot on it, which I've used a little for some things not on the standard settings, and the possibilities are endless.
In case anyone reading is looking for more specific information - I have a 2 pc gaming / streaming set up. I get a pretty stable 50ms ping to game servers in NL and around 45ms to UK game servers.
I have QoS enabled too, which really helps with bufferbloat - I'm able to achieve 'A' bufferbloat rating on DSL Report.
As well as gaming I can stream to Twitch, Download, watch videos online (with QoS) at the same time and it doesn't freak out/ lag out. Though when I am streaming to Twitch my ping raises by about 4-5ms on average, which is just due to load.
Anyway, highly recommend this. Happy I bought it.
Very compact little router, good strong signal. We are in an old building with very thick solid stone walls and floors. The BT router is two floors up. I get 16mbps up and down with no drops. Internet remains connected on all devices for 4 hours until BT kicks me off. Couple of clicks in a browser and it's all back online.
The firewall does it's its job with clean scans on ShieldsUP - basically my machines are not disclosing anything to the Web.