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Beryl AX (GL-MT3000) Pocket-sized AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Travel Router with 2.5G WAN Port | US+EU+UK plug

Regular price CAD 176.90 Sale price CAD 135.90
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Beryl AX (GL-MT3000) Pocket-sized AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Travel Router with 2.5G WAN Port | US+EU+UK plug

Beryl AX (GL-MT3000) Pocket-sized AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Travel Router with 2.5G WAN Port | US+EU+UK plug

CAD 135.90
Description

Note: You will need to upgrade the firmware to the latest version in order to fully utilize all of the features of Beryl AX.

Beryl AX (GL-MT3000) is an AX3000 pocket-sized Wi-Fi 6 wireless travel gigabit router which comes with one 2.5G WAN port and one 1G LAN port. It runs on MT7981B 1.3GHz dual-core processor. Dual band network with wireless speed 574Mbps (2.4GHz)+2402Mbps (5GHz), it is designed to support families with heavy Wi-Fi usage, and it's also compactly designed for travel use.

Product Description:

  • VPN Client & Server: Beryl AX (GL-MT3000) is pre-installed with OpenVPN and WireGuard®. It automatically encrypts all network traffic within the connected network. Max. VPN speed of 150 Mbps (OpenVPN); 300 Mbps (WireGuard®)
  • Customization & Programmable: Beryl AX runs on OpenWrt 21.02 (Kernal Version 5.4) firmware, supporting more than 5,000 ready-made plug-ins for customization. Simply browse, install, and manage packages with our no-code interface within Beryl AX's Admin Panel.
  • DFS Certification is US, UK, EU & Japan: Beryl AX is approved to use DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection), letting the router's 5GHz network use additional frequencies normally reserved by military, satellite, and weather radar applications. 
  • Protect Your Network Security: Beryl AX supports WPA3 protocol–Preventive measures against password brute-force attacks; IPv6–Built-in authentication for privacy protection, eliminating the need for network address translation. DNS over HTTPS & DNS over TLS-Protecting domain name system traffic and preventing data eavesdropping from malicious parties.