Package ContentsGL-AR750 AC routerEthernet cable and USB power cable5V/2A power adpaterUser guideAC TRAVEL ROUTERver. 20171106.1
1HARDWARERepair / ResetIf you cannot access the web-based setup page or cannot connect to the router,you can press the Reset button:Press and hold for 3 seconds, and then release to repair your network.Press and hold for 10 seconds, and then release to reset the routerto factory settings. All user data will be cleared.LED LightsPower2.4GHz Wi-Fi5GHz Wi-FiReset buttonMode switchWAN Ethernet portLAN Ethernet portsUSB2.0 portPower portTF card slot
2SETTING UPInsert TF Card & Power OnConnect via Wi-FiWhen powered up, your GL-AR750 router will broadcast two Wi-Fisignals with the SSID: GL-AR750-xxx and GL-AR750-xxx-5G.Connect to the 2GHz Wi-Fi calledGL-AR750-xxx , and input the default Wi-Fipassword goodlife, which is also printed onthe bottom of the router.or Connect via LANVisit http://192.168.8.1 in your browser toset up your router; start by choosing yourpreferred language.orSearch the SSID and connect to itTF Card / MicroSD Card (Optional)After Inserting card, plug in power cableHot plug for TF card is not supported for this router.Default password is goodlifeSet up RouterPlug the cable connectingto your computer into LAN port
3INTERNET SETTINGAfter you have set up your router, you will see the main web interface. Find the Internet Settingsicon, then click the New Connection button. The Internet Settings window will pop up showingfour types of connection methods: Cable, Repeater, 3G/4G modem and Tethering.ASETTINGS192.168.x.xDHCPCable (WAN)ModemDHCP/StaticThe default protocol is DHCP. If your networkneeds a static setting, you can change it to Static.PPPoEEthernet cable(LAN)Change to PPPoE protocol when youneed to apply username and passwordprovided by your Internet serviceprovider.ADSL cablePower cable
BRepeaterUsing Repeater means connecting your mini router to another existing wirelessnetwork, e.g. when you are using Wi-Fi in hotels or other public locations.Choose Repeater mode in your Internet Settings and your router willautomatically search for SSIDs. Choose a SSID and input the Wi-Fi password.GL-AR750 Router is a dual-band router; when it works as a repeater, you need tomake sure that it uses the same frequency as the existing router does.ModeIf you want your router to have its own subnet, you need to choose WISP mode. Ifyou want to extend your existing network by bridging the mini router and yourcurrent router wirelessly, you can use WDS.You have to make sure your existing Wi-Fi supports WDS. Using WDS only if you knowwhat you are doing.Saved NetworksThe repeater manager will remember a list of your used networks in Save Networks.When your current wireless network is out of range, the manager will ﬁnd anotheravailable one from the list and switch the Repeater connection to it automatically.To disable repeater manager, uncheck the box Auto scan & reconnect on the Internetstatus page. In Saved Networks, you can delete or choose one from the list toconnect.Internet SettingsCableRepeaterSSID3G/4GFree Wi-FiPasswordProtocolWISPWISPWDSRemember this networkSubmitTethering
C3G/4G ModemPlug your 3G/4G modem into the USB2.0 port of the router, and itcan transfer the 3G/4G signal to Wi-Fi.Due to the high power consumption of 3G/4G modems, youneed to use a 5V/2A or higher power supply.Internet SettingsCableRepeater3G/4GCountry/RegionUSAService ProviderVerizonModem DeviceService Type/dev/ttyUSB2UMTS/GPRS (W-CDMA)APNTetheringAfter you set your Region and Service Provider, your carrier settings should be ﬁlledautomatically. If you ﬁnd that the setting information is incorrect, you will need toinput it manually.Generally, most modems work in TTY serial mode You need to ﬁnd out the correctdevice, e.g. using /dev/ttyUSB2.Dial NumberPinFor a list of compatible 3G/4G modems, check our docs at www.gl-inet.com/docsUsernamePasswordSubmitSome modems work in Tethering (hostless) mode. Please see below:
DTethering / Hostless ModemUsing the USB cable to share network from your smartphone or hostless modem to the mini router is called Tethering.Plug your phone into the mini router and click Trust to continue when the message pops up in your smartphone. Then turn onyour phone’s Personal Hotspot. Choose your phone from the device list and submit your choice.A newly-added phone will be named beginning with eth or usb, e.g. The device name could be eth2 or usb0).Internet SettingsCableRepeaterPhone Device3Geth2SubmitTethering
4OPENVPN CLIENTThis router supports OpenVPN client. Using OpenVPN will slow down your Internet speedbecause of data encryption.Click the OpenVPN icon and go to the VPN setting page. The ﬁrst time it will ask you to uploadyour OpenVPN client conﬁguration (ovpn ﬁles). Usually, you can download it from your OpenVPNservice provider’s website or console. Consult your service provider for more details.Upload OpenVPN configurationsClick here to select ﬁles or drag and drop them here: .ovpn .zip .tar .gzSome of your ovpn ﬁles need a username, a passowrd and apassphrase. Please submit yours to authenticate these ﬁles.After uploading the ovpn ﬁles, the router will check them. If you are prompted for ausername and password, or a private key passphrase, or both, a window for VPNAuthentication will pop up so that you can Submit these information for all ﬁlesyou upload.This may not be necessary for some service providers.
Connect to OpenVPNifNow you can choose from a list ofconﬁgurations and apply your choice toconnect as OpenVPN client.To protect against DNS leaks, you mustcustomize your DNS servers. You canenable Force all clients to override theDNS server settings for your clientdevices. To customize your DNS server,go to Internet Settings Custom DNSTo get more detailed instructions or information about compatible VPN service providers, please visit http://gl-inet.com/docs/
5DIY GUIDANCEOpenWrt / LEDEFirmwareOur ﬁrmware is developed based on OpenWrt / LEDE and you can download all the ﬁrmwares from ourwebsite: www.gl-inet.com/ﬁrmware. Find the available ﬁrmwares from the folder according to yourdevice model, and they are located in different sub-folders:v1 folder contains release versions. It should be the default ﬁrmware shipped with the router.clean folder contains clean versions of OpenWrt / LEDE ﬁrmware, with Luci software only. By default, Wi-Fiis disabled and you need to enable it in Luci.tor folder contains Tor ﬁrmware for the device.DDWRT FirmwareGL-AR750 does not have an ofﬁcial DDWRT ﬁrmware now and it might be avaiable in the future. For furtherinformation, please visit https://www.dd-wrt.comTor FirmwareGL-AR750 does not have a Tor ﬁrmware now and it might be avaiable in the future. For further information,you can refer to our online tutorial at www.gl-inet.com/docs/openwrt/tor/Compile Your OwnFirmwareIf you have sufﬁcient technical skills, you can compile your own ﬁrmware and flash to the router. Pleaserefer to our online docs at github.com/domino-team/openwrt-ccUboot FailsafeIf you flash the wrong ﬁrmware, you would brick your router. But you still can recover it by using ubootfailsafe. Please refer to the guide at www.gl-inet.com/docs/diy/uboot/Using above DIY features might have a risk of bricking your router. We have no obligation to provide support, maintenance, upgrades, modiﬁcations,or new releases on DIY features. We reserve the rights of interpretation on above DIY contents without further announcement.
6SPECCPUMemoryInterfacesFrequencyTransmission rateTx power (maximum)ProtocolPower supplyPower consumptionDimension, WeightWorking TemperatureAtheros AR9531, @650MHzDDR2 128MB / FLASH 16MB1 WAN, 2LANs, 1 USB2.0, 1 micro USB (power), MicroSD card slot2.4GHz, 5GHz300Mbps(2.4GHz) 433Mbps(5GHz)20dBm802.11 b/g/n/ac5V2A 6W105*72*27mm, 66g0 - 45 C (32 - 113 F)
7SUPPORTWarrantyEach router has one-year warranty. Accessories have three-month warranty.Please use standard USB power adapter, 5V/2A.Any damage to the router caused by not following the instructions will render this warranty null and void.Any damage to the router caused by modifying the PCB, components or case will render this warranty null and void.Issues caused by the use of third-party ﬁrmware may not get ofﬁcial support from us.Any damage to the router caused by inappropriate use, e.g. inappropriate voltage input, high temperature, dropping in the water oron the ground will render this warranty null and void.Pictures on the instructions are only for reference. We reserve the right to change or modify these materials without further notice.Technical Supports & General EnquiryFor more detailed and updated instructions, please visit our website www.gl-inet.com/docsFor further questions, you can get help from the following ways:1. Send us an email at [email protected]. Open a ticket at www.gl-inet.com/tickets3. Ask in our forum www.gl-inet.com/forums4. Ask in other forums e.g. OpenWrt, LEDE or other professional websitesHong Kong OfﬁceGL Technologies (Hong Kong) Limited210D Enterprise Place, 5W Science Park, Hong KongShenzhen 厦305-306室( 86-0755-86606126 )
FCC ID: 2AFIW-AR7501. This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:(1) This device may not cause harmful interference,and(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.2. Changes or modiﬁcations not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the users’ authority to operate the equipment.3. The minimum separation generally be used is at least 20 cm, even if the calculations indicate that the MPE distance would be lesser.4. Note: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits aredesigned to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radiofrequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there isno guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, whichcan be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.The Equipment named above is conﬁrmed to comply with the requirements setout in the European Council Directive on the Approximation of the Laws of theMember States relating to RED (2014/53/EU). The equipment passed the test which was performed according to the following European standards:EN 300 328 V2.1.1; EN 301 893 V2.1.0; EN 300 440 V2.1.1EN 301 489-1 V2.1.1; EN 301 489-17 V3.1.1IEC/EN 62368-1:2014 (Second Edition)IEC/EN 60065:2014 (Eighth Edition)EN 60950-1:2006 (Second Edition) A1:2010 A2:2013This product uses WiFi2.4GHz Operating Frequency is 2400 2483.5MHz; 5GHz Operating Frequency is 5150 5250MHz and 5725 5850MHz;RF Exposure: The highest measured 1g (simultaneous transmission)Manufacturer: GL Technologies (Hong Kong) Limited, Unit 210D, 2/F, Enterprise Place Hong Kong Science Park, Shatin, N.T,
WAN Ethernet port 1 HARDWARE LAN Ethernet ports USB2.0 port TF card slot Repair / Reset Press and hold for 3 seconds, and then release to repair your network. If you cannot access the web-based setup page or cannot connect to the router, you can press the Reset button: Press and hold for 10 seconds, and then release to reset the router to .