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Another 3720 box - GL.Inet MV1000

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Another edge-router based on the Armada 3700 series...

 

Specs look decent - 1GB, 16MB SPI-NOR, 8GB eMMC - runs OpenWRT, but they promise ubuntu support - shipping mid-October 2019

 

https://www.gl-inet.com/products/gl-mv1000/

 

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I've done work with other devices in their product lineup - and GL-Inet does a pretty good job on the HW side, and good SW support.

 

Nice that they have USB gadget support on the USB-C port (which is also power)

 

Initial vendor docs here -- https://docs.gl-inet.com/en/3/setup/brume/first-time_setup/

 

 

 

 

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Interesting: Configure the function of the mode switch. It doesn't have any function by default. You can set it as a toggle to turn on or off Wireguard/OpenVPN client.

 

A pure chinese company ?

 

What price to you expect ?

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@sfx2000 What about the cooling system ? There would not appear to be any fan inside the housing.

Passive cooling inside an essentially closed box ? I don't think this is going to work.

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17 hours ago, Tido said:

Interesting: Configure the function of the mode switch. It doesn't have any function by default. You can set it as a toggle to turn on or off Wireguard/OpenVPN client.

 

A pure chinese company ?

 

What price to you expect ?

 

ModeSelect is typically via GPIO - since they're primarily OpenWRT, it's in the device tree as the Armada's have been on Master at least.

 

They've got offices in Hong Kong and Shenzen, PRC

 

Looks like they're targeting $129USD for the box

 

Based on past experience with their HW - good quality on the Atheros AR9331/AR9351 chips, also with Qualcomm IPQ-4028 based B1300 (Convexa-B).

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Definitely not an EspressoBin respin...

 

Looks like a Topaz switch, and the WAN and LAN ports hosted on the Topaz, similar to EspressoBin

 

 

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