Finally we got time to make the version with external antenna. It is online for sale in our Amazon and Ebay shop. The antenna is 5db and pre-mounted. It is directly soldered to the PCB without IPX connector.
Technical Solutions Team
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Original source code can be found here: https://github.com/grugq/portal and here is another good instructions to make a Tor firmware https://disman.tl/2014/09/13/transparent-tor-gateway-on-openwrt.html. We put here a simple instruction to make a tor firmware for Gl.iNet.
Thanks for buddies giving us these links: http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2014/08/a-portable-router-that-conceals-your-internet-traffic/ http://www.engadget.com/2014/08/14/portal-tor-router/ GL.iNet is exposed to the main Tech media for its using with Tor project. With this pocket size router, you can easily connect to Tor anonymity network anywhere. These two news also empty our stock. We need several days to fill our stocks. Thus there maybe […]
From v41621, there is no need to patch openwrt again. Thanks to: Mark Janssen Michel Stempin Gabor Juhos You can find GL.iNet target if you compile the source code. This make it easier to make your firmware.
We improved the PCB design, featuring a good DC/DC power supply and USB protection. Now GL.iNet smart router is CE/RoHS certified. All our products ordered from Ebay/Amazon will (actually has) use the certified product. Each router is calibrated individually. Don’t flash your ART!
We want to make a perfect firmware for all of our users, but this is not possible. First there is no “perfect” for DIY users, as each want unique features; second, a lot of users are very talented, they write better codes than us; third, newbies want to learn. So we hope we can provide hardware […]
The patches to create a new build target in openwrt is here: https://github.com/alzhao/Openwrt-patches-for-GL.iNet/tree/master
The GL.iNet smart router is designed compatible with other AR9331 routers like TP-Link 703n, 720n etc. You can compile your own openwrt firmware or download other compatible ones from the internet, and then easily flash it to the router. Our own firmware can be download here: http://www.gl-inet.com/w/?page_id=115&lang=en You cannot flash non-GL.iNet’s firmware directly using GL.iNet’s own […]
In their github – https://github.com/AntMiner/AntGen1, antminer have their own openwrt firmware. You can easily flash the firmware to GL.iNet using GL.iNet’s uboot web interface. However I cannot set up using my usb antminer. We compiled openwrt firmware with cgminer 3.8.5 and Antminer driver. Here is a simple guidance. There is no warranty.