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Spitz AX on the Road

Working From the Far As technology advances and as people value freedom and independence more day by day, workers prefer to work remotely at their desired location. And to fully enable work remotely, you must first have a reliable internet connection. If you are a constant traveler while working, you need a variety of network connectivity methods prepared for your RV. The nomadic lifestyle of a worker enables work and travel simultaneously, as long as there is a stable internet connection.

by Tanya Lau , April 24, 2023

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Products End of Life (EOL) Notice

GL.iNet is announcing an upcoming End of Life (EOL) on Creta (GL-AR750) and Convexa S (GL-S1300). We are discontinuing these product because a substitute model is available. Please note that the firmware of the above EOL products will still be maintained and supported for 2 years.

by Michael Choi , March 29, 2023

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Naver Blog Reviews Beryl AX Wi-Fi 6 Router

In this post, I would like to introduce the Beryl AX travel wireless security router, which has reduced power consumption and increased network performance. As the basic product settings and web management are duplicated and identical to previous products, please refer to the previous reviews below.

by Naver Blog , March 14, 2023

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Naver Blog Reviews Slate AX Wi-Fi 6 Router

In this review, we will introduce the differences between the new Slate AX and the previous Opal router, as well as the powerful performance provided by Wi-Fi 6.

by Naver Blog , March 14, 2023

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CNX Software Reviews Beryl AX OpenWrt Router

GL.iNet Beryl AX OpenWrt router review – WiFi 6 performance, repeater, NAS, and 4G hotspot modes

by CNX Software , March 13, 2023

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GL.iNet Brings Innovative Networking Solutions to MWC Expo 2023

GL.iNet, a world-leading developer of OpenWrt network hardware and software is proud to participate in the MWC Expo 2023, showcasing the latest technological innovations of Wi-Fi and IoT network solutions. This year, GL.iNet tackles the challenge of having a reliable and low-cost internet network in recreational vehicles when traveling to remote locations.

by Michael Choi , March 12, 2023

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Bypassing Device Limit When Using Hotel Wi-Fi

Family travel, lots of devices, a 2 device limit on hotel complimentary Wi-Fi isn’t going to work. Forget about the two device limit, you only need one! Simply connect a travel router to the hotel Wi-Fi, and use it as a hotspot to broadcast Wi-Fi to all your client devices including laptops, smartphones, tablets…etc. The hotel Wi-Fi will only recognize the travel router as a single device, and wouldn’t be able to see additional devices connected to the travel router.

by Michael Choi , January 16, 2023

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Why Do I Need A VPN Travel Router?

First of all, what is a VPN travel router? A VPN travel router is a small, portable router that has a built-in virtual private network (VPN) connection. It is designed to run VPN and additional plug-ins for all client devices connected to the VPN travel router while traveling and connecting to public Wi-Fi, protecting digital assets and footprints online.

by Michael Choi , January 11, 2023

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Experience the Future of Personal Network Privacy with GL.iNet at CES 2023

GL.iNet (Hong Kong) is excited to announce our participation in the most influential tech event in the world - CES 2023 Expo in Las Vegas, Negada from January 5-8, 2023. We cordially invite all of you to visit our booth at #CES2023 and learn more about our latest and most innovative products. Limited free tickets to CES 2023 is available, if you’re interested in meeting us during the event, please contact our marketing team at marketing@glinet.

by Michael Choi , December 29, 2022

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Maximizing Your Network Performance with a DFS Router

DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection) is a feature that allows a wireless router to operate on certain frequencies that are typically reserved for radar systems. These frequencies are usually less crowded than other frequency bands and can provide better performance for wireless networking.

by Michael Choi , December 28, 2022

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