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GL Technologies GL-X750-Ext

details: Spitz 4G LTE Smart Router
hardware type: Mobile Router (3G, 4G, 5G)
date added: 2019-06-16
updated: 2019-06-19
Spitz is a 3G/4G dual-band wireless router, widely used for smart home and IoT area. Running OpenWRT OS, you can compile your own firmware to fit for different application scenarios. It has built-in mini PCIe 3G/4G module to support different operators and can be used all over the world.

Spitz features built-in support for IoT wireless protocols. It works as a lightweight gateway connecting IoT devices through various methods including 4G LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth (or Zigbee).

Spitz creates a secure network for devices that process sensitive information such as ATMs, Point-of-Sales (POS) and more, encrypting their 4G LTE or Wi-Fi traffic via a VPN tunnel for secure access to the Internet or remote services.

Spitz router is easily configurable and has a built-in interchangeable module for full optimization. It is compatible with CAT4 and CAT6 modules from various brands.

Spitz has a built-in MicroSD slot that supports maximum 128GB MicroSD card. With the extra storage, you can create a local network drive to store data and share them with your laptop and other compatible devices as long as it is connected to the Wi-Fi.

DNS over TLS is a security protocol for encrypting and wrapping Domain Name System (DNS) queries and answers via the Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol. The goal of the method is to increase user privacy and security by preventing eavesdropping and manipulation of DNS data via man-in-the-middle attacks.
 GL-X750-Ext Features
 Availability: currently available
 List price: $119
 LAN / WAN Connectivity
 WAN ports: 1
one 10/100Mbps WAN port
 WAN port(s) type: SIM card slot
 LAN ports: 1
 LAN ports type: 10/100 Base-TX (RJ-45)
 LAN ports auto cross-over: yes
 USB port(s): 1
 USB port type: USB 2.0
 Maximum Wireless Speed: 750 Mbps (Wi-Fi 5)
 WiFi standards supported: 802.11b (11 Mbps, Wi-Fi 1)
802.11g (54 Mbps, Wi-Fi 3)
802.11n (Wi-Fi 4)
802.11ac (Wi-Fi 5)
 WiFi modes: Access point
 external antenna(s): 2
 ext antenna(s) removable ?: yes
 Antenna gain: 2 dBi
 Transmit Power: +20 dBm
 Receiver Sensitivity: -94 dBm
 IPSec server: yes
 IPSec client: yes
 Device Management
 Default IP address:
 Administration: Web-based (LAN)
 Firmware upgradeable: yes
 Misc hardware info
 Chipset: QCA9531@650MHz
 RAM: 128 Mb
 Flash Memory: 16 Mb
 Product page:

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  User Reviews/Comments:
by anonymous - 2020-04-05 14:06
REALLY --- only 10/100 ports?!!?
What year is it? Is it in the 1990s or early 2000s?

It doesn't matter what wifi connections you have or the speed of LTE you have if you push it through a bottle-neck ethernet port.

I expect Gigabit rj-45 ports on new devices. Even Gigabit is going to be "legacy" equipment soon.

I have a couple of styrofoam cups and a string that has better data speeds than this.
by Philip - 2020-04-05 17:47
While you are generally correct that 10/100 Ethernet is outdated, it is often enough. You have to consider that gigabit speeds require a unit with enough RAM and processing power to handle them, it is not just the ports. Many cheaper NAS units with Gigabit ports work at half the speed with 100% CPU utilization, rendering Gigabit ports useless.
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