expired GL.inet GL-MT300N-V2 300mbps Travel Router Wi-Fi / Dual Ethernet Ports $26.81 + Post (Free w/ Prime or $49 Spend) @ Amazon AU


Feed your inner geek some (more) Mango :)

After the success of the last two Ozbargain postings for the GL-MT300N (Mango), GL-iNet has reached out to me to post a new deal with discount code for 7% off normal price (same as last discount code). Valid 06:00 22/5/19 to 18:00 24/5/19.

IMHO their functionality certainly punches above their size.

The GL-MT300N-V2 supports full OpenWRT, multiple modes and the USB 5V 1A power input gives you heaps of options to power (from notebook, phone charger, powerbank) for remote applications.

Caveat: Not going to be the fastest nor have the best WiFi range and only supports 2.4 Ghz (n). Need to take into account for usage cases.

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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 (sold separately). 39g (1.41 Oz) only and pocket friendly.
OPEN SOURCE & PROGRAMMABLE: OpenWrt pre-installed, USB disk and WebCam extendable.
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. TOR firmware available for downloading.
PACKAGE CONTENTS: GL-MT300N-V2 mini router (1-year Warranty), USB cable, User Manual.

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    Any chance of a deal on the B1300 ?


      What's the difference?


      @nandystam Do note that if you're thinking of meshing a couple of these B1300s that mesh isn't working on these units at the moment. :(

      @hyper4tive The B1300 isn't a travel/mini router and is more a home based dual band mesh router (though see above)


        @LimBot: No meshing, just standalone :)

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          Just had an update from GL-Inet, you can mesh two together however performance is not yet optimal. Still under development.

          I'll see if I can organise something with GL-iNet.


    Great unit, Iā€™m using this as a remote support VPN server at my dads house. Very flexible config options if you know what you are doing. And can be powered off USB port of computer too.


    Ordered one when was on sale $28 from the last deal. Love this little beast. UI is great plus you can switch to Openwrt Luci. For all your on the go needs.


    Hey OP
    Is it possible to get a listing for Spitz (GL-X750) with EP06-E cat-6 module.
    Would be interested to obtain one for possible CA


      @oldsee again I can only ask. Note I'm only associated with GL-iNet because I've written some reviews (hopefully impartial hence calling out things like the non optimised mesh above) for their products (bought the original MT300n with my own coin ) and I'll be doing some testing soon on their 4g MiFi (it'll be the MiFi though not the Spitz) with EP06-E for the Australian market. The rep is registered here now so I guess if people list here what they're interested in they'll see it and then maybe they'll put some deals on other product as well.


        All Good
        Thanks for the prompt reply


        The rep is registered here now so I guess if people list here what they're interested in they'll see it and then maybe they'll put some deals on other product as well.

        AR750S please :)


    Any bargains for wireless usb dongle for the PC instead?


    Code's not working for me, getting "The promotional code you entered is not valid."


    Cheapest price it's ever been?
    Might get one


    Can you explain what the advantage is of using one of these ?

    • and the price on the toilet paper is not too bad
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      @freesteakknives Generally these are used when you're traveling and connecting to public/shared WiFi (WISP repeater) or wired network. You end up with a seperate network which gives you another level of security. Lets you run Chromecast/Firestick etc in hotels. Also allows you to load things like adblocking or VPN (server or client) at a router level so that all devices attached go through that function. Can also be used as a repeater or WAP. Powered by 5V/1A they can also be used in a lot of places where you couldn't get a standard router/repeater etc as they can be powered by a USB port or powerbank or solar cell. Maybe have a look at the other two deals as there's quite a bit of discussion there.


        And if you believe Hollywood (Mr Robot, National Treasure, Berlin Station, etc), you can leave one of these inside an access hatch in a secure facility and remotely turn off the alarms, hack the servers, bring down Wall Street and steal the Declaration of Independence.

        I have a feeling my phone will be tapped after saying that in a public forum… so hello to my new friends at ASIO and the NSA!


        Can I hook it up to my Netgear R8000 Wireless Router? Essentially I want to share a 4G modem's internet access via the Netgear Wireless Router instead.


          @CVonC sorry for late reply didn't see this post. Assuming your modem is supported on OpenWRT should work. USB modem to Mango. Mango LAN to Netgear WAN and you should be right. You can put the Mango into bridged mode too so as there's no double Nat going on.



            @Limbot: It's alright. I was able to usb tether a spare android phone then bridge that with Ethernet then connect that to the wan port of my router to share it! Works a treat tbh. Better than my pathetic adsl connection!


    i'm having wifi connection issues, i've searched the forums but cannot find any info.
    When i'm trying to connect to the mango device wifi at work it keeps disconnecting me.
    When i take it home it seems to be stable. Is there any wifi signal interference that may cause the mango to struggle? any other ozbargainers who have wifi issues with this device?



      Two things I'd suggest here

      Upgrade to the latest testing software. It appears much more stable. Not sure why it's still listed as testing. Available here https://dl.gl-inet.com/firmware/mt300n-v2/testing/

      Make sure you're using an (at least) 5v 1a power source. I found if it ran it of something like an old notebook the USB didn't supply sufficient power and wifi dropped out

      Hope this helps


        thank you.

        The odd thing: I take it home and works fine and the wifi is stable and i can connect to it.

        I take it to work then the wifi keeps showing out of range when i try to connect. it's right next to my desk. I use the same laptop to connect to it. I thought maybe it's wifi congestion so I changed the channel and still no go. I use the same power supply.
        weird and i'm pulling my hair out…….

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