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GL.inet GL-MT300N-V2 Travel Router $28.83 / GL-AR750S-Ext $88.63 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ GL-Tech via Amazon AU


I was looking for a portable router for my up coming oversea trip and was looking at getting the GL.iNet GL-MT300N-V2(but then I came across this upgraded version and ended up getting this GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext Gigabit Travel AC Router instead).

If you're also looking to get one as well, I've managed to get a 10% discount code from the seller by using the following promotion code at checkout 'FTUOZ44B'. This will bring the price down to
$88.63 delivered(With Prime) otherwise there will be plust postage.

Product descriptions for the GL-AR750S-Ext Gigabit Travel AC Router:

  • DUAL BAND AC ROUTER: Simultaneous dual band with wireless speed 300Mbps(2.4G)+433Mbps(5G). Convert a public network(wired/wireless) to a private Wi-Fi for secure surfing. Tethering, 3G/4G USB Modem Compatible.
  • OPEN SOURCE & PROGRAMMABLE: OpenWrt/LEDE pre-installed, backed by software repository. USB disk extendable. Flie Sharing for usb stick and hard drive.
  • VPN CLIENT & SERVER: OpenVPN and WireGuard pre-installed, compatible with 25+ VPN service providers.
  • LARGER STORAGE & EXTENSIBILITY: 128MB RAM, 16MB NOR Flash and 128MB NAND Flash, up to 128GB MicroSD slot, USB 2.0 port, three Ethernet ports.
    *PACKAGE CONTENTS: Slate (GL-AR750S-Ext) router with 1-year limited warranty, USB cable, adapter, Ethernet cable and user manual. Please update the latest firmware at the following link before using: Setup guide:

Or if you would like to stick to the GL.iNet GL-MT300N-V2 for $28.83 + Delivery(Free with PRIME) (Please note that the promotion code only works for the GL.iNet GL-AR750S-Ext Gigabit Travel AC Router (Slate) ONLY) popular deal that was posted by @limbot which currently is listed for the same price as the previous deal.

Don't forget to use further discount via the cash back redemption from Shopback and cash rewards.

Product descriptions for GL-MT300N-V2:

  • GL-MT300N-V2 mini travel router is the upgraded version of GL-MT300N.

  • It is powered by MTK 7628NN 580Mhz SoC with a better Wi-Fi and a faster OpenVPN encryption.

  • Memory increases from 64MB to 128MB. Wi-Fi Converter: Wi-Fi is extremely popular but still may not be available at anywhere.

  • If you are still using a wired network at hotels or cafes, this mini router is able to convert it to a wireless network for sharing the Wi-Fi with all your devices. Even in places like cafes or restaurants with Wi-Fi, it may not be a good idea to expose your devices to the public network directly.

This router converts a public Wi-Fi to your own Wi-Fi with a firewall and then works as an agent for securer surfing. The agent connects all your devices when switching to a new Wi-Fi. You don’t have to input password for each of your devices.

The router is also able to convert your phone tethering, or 3G/4G USB modems into a private Wi-Fi.

Portable Travel Mate: The router is lightweight, pocket friendly, and portable. It can be plugged into any laptops, power banks, or 5v DC adapters for power supply. Open Source and Programmable: OpenWRT is pre-installed and backed with a repository of 4000+ software packages. Pre-installed with an OpenVPN client, it works with 20+ VPN service providers.

Tor firmware is available for download. The firmware is under active development and can be updated online with one click. Larger Storage and Extendibility: The router is equipped with 128MB RAM and 16MB Flash, which can be further extend using external USB sticks. There are 2 Ethernet ports, 1 UART, and 4 GPIOs available for hardware DIY hobbyists. It is an ideal portable gateway for IoT (internet of things) development.

For more details, please check out our online documents at

Thanks to Limbot for the product review on the GL-AR750S-Ext

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closed Comments

  • Curious what people use a portable router for - anyone able to explain?

    • The travel router can:

      • provide a firewall between your devices and the wider network
      • plug into a network port or a wireless network and your devices are online without needing to individually connect
      • work with a 3G / 4G / 5G USB dongle to connect multiple devices
      • install linux services (media, fileshare, etc.)
    • A bit of a niche case but for travelling, the most useful thing i've done with it is

      Some hotels allows max 2 devices (they lock the connection to the device mac address), plugged one of these (on a wired connection for max speed) got reeealy fast non-congested wifi for a ton of devices, backed up 10s of gb of photos :P

      Also, provides vpn n' stuff

  • Is active monitor mode with frame injection possible on a GL-MT300N-V2?

    • Wouldn't a Raspberry Pi (or similar) be more useful for that?

      I guess they're more power hungry, and don't have great wifi built in for that…

      • Yeah if Nexmon works a Pi Zero W's probably a better option. Still it'd be nice to play with something new.

  • GL-MT300N-V2 has been this price since early april, so no bargain, aside from being a good option at its everyday price.

  • I have a mt300n for travel use.
    Was thinking of buying another and running it as an "OpenVPN server"

    Then use my travel one as the client.

    Any issues anyone can foresee?

    I have a 50/50 fibre connection

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