Recommendation: GL-E750 Mudi, OpenWrt router with OLED display

This is alzhao from GL.iNet. I am posting to recommend our new router, OpenWrt with display.

To check more details:
It is also on Kickstarter now:

  • SoC – Qualcomm QCA9530 MIPS24Kc processor @ 650 MHz
  • System Memory – 128MB DDR2
  • Storage – 16MB + 128MB flash + MicroSD card slot up to 128GB
  • Connectivity
    • WiFi
      • 2.4 GHz 802.11b/g/n WiFi 4 up to 300 Mbps
      • 5 GHz 802.11n/ac WiFi 5 up to 433 Mbps
    • Cellular – 4G LTE Cat.6 or Cat.4 module + NanoSIM card slot
  • USB – USB type-C port
  • Display – OLED display
  • Misc – Power button, VPN switch button
  • Power Input – 5V/2A
  • Power Consumption – > 6 Watts
  • Battery – 7,000 mAh LiPo battery good for 12 hours on a charge
  • Dimensions – 144 x 77.5 x 23.5 mm
  • Weight – 285 grams

The OLED is connected to a MCU. The MCU firmware and its controller app in OpenWrt are opensource. So if you want to customize the OLED it is possible.

Compared to GL.iNet AR750S Slate and MV1000 Brume.

The OLED displays: Time, carrier, battery status, repeater info, clients, message, VPN, Tor, Wi-Fi info. It has several pages to display more.

It also display when you enter uboot failsafe mode or upgrading your firmware.

It does have Ethernet port by using a port replicator.


What are the typical Openvpn and Wireguard throughput you're seeing on this device?

OpenVpn around 10Mbps
Wireguard around 40 to 50Mbps


Looks nice! When is it going to be for sale in Europe?

In Jan 2020. Maybe.

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When, do you think, is IPv6 fixed?
With that router I can't reach my home net. I tried different SIMs of ISP with IPv6 support (dualstack, as well IPv6 only) nothing worked.

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