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  1. htismaqe

    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    Looks like the GL.iNet devices support WireGuard. I could get better VPN performance if I set that up but for right now, OpenVPN should be fine.
  2. htismaqe

    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    So would you opt for the Slate over the Beryl?
  3. htismaqe

    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    That's the plan. Thanks!
  4. htismaqe

    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    The Slate (GL-AR750S) is what my buddy has and he loves it. I think I'm going to go ahead and do the GL.iNet. Thanks again everyone!
  5. htismaqe

    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    Thanks for that. I was actually posting at the same time you were. I've been looking at GL.iNet. My buddy has one and he uses his iPhone to tether. That may actually be my best bet from the sounds of it.
  6. htismaqe

    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    So something like this? GL.iNet GL-MT1300 (Beryl)
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    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    By the way, I have no idea what kind of RF interference I'm looking at. The trailer is made from a fiberglass composite called Nyglass, which I'm guessing is some amalgamation of nylon and fiberglass. It's not aluminum though so that's good, I guess.
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    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    Yeah, I've looked at the compatibility matrix. Merlin doesn't support anything that stock doesn't AFAIK, it's more about me being familiar with Merlin and wanting some other features there that stock doesn't provide. I didn't say anything about 3G. ;) Near term would be 4G LTE but likely...
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    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    Yeah, I could get a true travel router for a little bit less but it is running OpenWRT and isn't optimized for OpenVPN. Throughput would be like double using Merlin Asus-to-Asus vs. running something else. I don't really see anything else for under $100 so I will probably go with the B1.
  10. htismaqe

    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    This looks like the lowest-cost option that supports Merlin. Any other suggestions? RT-AC66U_B1
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    Solved Not sure this is the right forum - Asuswrt-Merlin VPN question.

    Freaking awesome. I posted another post in the buying advice forum that details my needs a little bit more for what I'm trying to do. https://www.snbforums.com/threads/need-asus-travel-router.74652/
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    Solved Need Asus travel router...

    I just bought an RV and I need a travel router that can take a USB 4G/5G modem. I know a decent Asus router with RMerlin firmware can do this. My primary need beyond that is decent OpenVPN throughput between this device and my Asus RT-AX88U sitting at my home. I plan to have two server groups...
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    Solved Not sure this is the right forum - Asuswrt-Merlin VPN question.

    My understanding is that OpenVPN is single-threaded - 1 instance, 1 CPU. My question is this: If I configure a 2nd VPN server, will it use one of the other 3 CPU cores or will both OpenVPN servers use the same CPU? I want to split the tunneling load if I can, one because it's cleaner (split...
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