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GL.inet GL-MT300N-V2 Travel Router $23.06 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ GL-Tech via Amazon AU

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I've just got an alert from camel camel stating this popular router is back on sale again. This deal seems to cheaper than the previous deal.

This time you don't need a code for it.

Quickly get them while they are on sale before they sell out again.

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  • +1 vote

    Are you using these for hotels? If so then how to you connect and log in to web portal pages? Would be great not have to log in multiple devices. Not to mention mucking around with Chromecast

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      The first device with a web browser hits the portal page usually. The MAC address of the travel router is all the hotel systems see.

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        Curious do you tether this to a phone via usb or what, if it’s wifi only at a hotel?

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      How are two ways I did it successfully in not Vegas (please don't ban me Caesars Resorts):

      1. Authenticate with mobile phone or laptop
      2. Disconnect from hotel WiFi
      3. Go into the Settings and change MAC to be the MAC of your phone or laptop(can check exactly where when I get home)
      4. Connect to your authenticated Mango

      Or

      1. Change the MAC on your laptop to the printed MAC of your Mango
      2. Disconnect from hotel WiFi
      3. Change MAC of laptop back to original
      4. Power on and connect to your authenticated Mango
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    Is there a way to use this with a 4G travel SIM so it can act as a hotspot?

    It says it accepts a USB modem - but these can already act as a WiFi hotspot themselves right? What's the benefit of using both of them together?

    Also is it technically possible to disable the WiFi function on USB modems so that only the travel router broadcasts as an Access Point?

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      Great questions ! Want to know the same.

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      It doesn't have a SIM slot so it can't do that.

      If you had a cheap phone that let you share the hotspot over USB, then you could do that as it also charges the phone.

      Otherwise the USB modem is your only other option with this.

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      You can tether over usb, I've used that feature on the 750 slate version with an android phone.

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      You can plug your USB modem in and use the mango as a Wi-Fi access point with VPN for your private network. You can also tether with a smartphone via USB.

  • +1 vote

    I'm looking at using this to provide wireless VPN access to my lounge TV as my main router/modem in the study does not support VPN. Has anyone done similar with this unit?