- Product Dimensions: 5.8 x 5.8 x 2.5 cm ; 40.8 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 99.8 g
- Item Model Number: GL-MT300N-V2
- ASIN: B073TSK26W
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 6 March 2018
- Average Customer Review: 31 customer reviews
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635 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
- #5 in Routers (Computers)
GL.iNet GL-MT300N-V2 Mini Travel Router, Repeater Bridge, 300Mbps High Performance, 128MB RAM, OpenVPN/Wireguard Client/Server
- MINI TRAVEL ROUTER: 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 (not included). 39g (1.41 Oz) only and pocket friendly.
- OPEN SOURCE & PROGRAMMABLE: OpenWrt pre-installed, USB disk extendable.Flie Sharing for usb stick and hard drive.
- LARGER STORAGE & EXTENDABILITY: 128MB RAM, 16MB Flash ROM, dual Ethernet ports, UART and GPIOs available for hardware DIY.
- OPENVPN CLIENT & TOR: OpenVPN client pre-installed, compatible with 20+ VPN service providers.
- PACKAGE CONTENTS: GL-MT300N-V2 mini router (1-year Warranty), USB cable, User Manual. Online guide: https://docs.gl-inet.com/en/3/setup/mini_router/first-time_setup/
Capacity: V2 (MTK7628NN SoC)
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I needed a wired connection to the Hue bridge as I have been using my phone as a hot spot at my home for 5 years now and has worked great for me. So I needed something to go from my wireless hot spot to wired connection but also I have about 12 smart home devices and at times the odd one would not connect. I worked out that my hotspot would only accept about 7 devices. So in comes this little router I connected it to my hot spot, that's one connection and called it a separate network then hooked all of my smart home devices to the mango router and plunged in the Hue bridge as well, so now everything is going through the little router which is not much bigger than a match box and my phone hotspot is showing only one connection now so job solved, I also streamed some movies as well through it with no drop outs so what a ripper.
WISP repeater , extender, AP, Client mode, wired router - tick
2 Ethernet ports - tick
Network wide VPN/Adblock - tick
USB port for shared storage or USB modem tether - tick
Chromecast functionality over a hotel sign in WiFi - tick
Power by USB AC Adapter, powerbank or notebook/desktop/tablet USB port - tick
This unit replaced my TP-Link WR802n with it's proprietary software and lack of support for OpenVPN.
Need a repeater or AP at home? Need to share a USB key full of videos while travelling with the kids? Need to tether a 4G USB modem?
The Mango is a fantastically versatile little unit. From creating a WISP or hardwired firewalled sub network on a public network to give that added protection, to adding VPN or adblocking to all your devices that traverse it, the Mango is basically a full OpenWRT router in a package smaller than your hand. Easily power by numerous low powered sources, the Mango can be used in places where you'd never use a full sized router. Of course, because of it's size and power consumption it's never going to be a powerhouse home router but that's not what it's intended for.
Also bought an Optus branded Huawei E3372H USB 3G/4G modem to use but was initially disappointed it wasn’t recognised. Found you need to change the default IP address of the router from 192.168.8.1 to something else as that is the same as used by the Huawei, I used 192.168.2.1 since my home router is 192.168.1.1.
Once you do that plug in the Huawei and it still doesn’t show as a 3G/4G modem but if you look closely at the options it does show as a USB tethered device and when you select this it works like a bought one.
Range is pretty good, I can connect from several rooms away and still get good performance so should be fine in a hotel room.
Hope this helps anyone wondering if this is worthwhile.
1. Plug it in
2. Connect to the wifi this box sets up via 192.168.8.1
3. Select repeater
4. Select network to repeat for
5. Enter credentials for the wifi network
6. Save and apply
7. Move it around the house
Now google speaker works in the far corner of the house
The unit is so tiny but does it’s job
Power it on (either through a travel plug with USB or a battery pack) log in to the admin portal from my mobile once connected to its wifi and then connect it to the wifi it was to share - didn't matter whether there was a secondary login, simple username/password or web page to authenticate, it would just work.
Within minutes all our devices were connected as if we were at home, no need to get each device to authenticate, log in to the hotel/public wifi - it just worked.
Would completely recommend to anyone who travels with multiple devices and want to have your normal wifi up and running in seconds.