What is the wireless chipset being used? broadcom?
Qualcomm, did you read specifications? Broadcom is crap
yes I did see qualcomm, and yes broadcom is crap. just making sure there is no broadcomm at all. I have tried to buy early access to beryl, mv1000 and failed. maybe my luck might run better this time around.
Beryl is good router, good work with vanilla OpenWrt
Post from OpenWrt forum about Beryl
after A LOT of time i have had time to come back to this device, flashed the latest firmware ( from https://openwrt.org/toh/hwdata/gl.inet/gl.inet_gl-mt1300 ) currenty using
OpenWrt SNAPSHOT, r17245-ac4e8aa2f8 and i can say that i am amazed by it: wireless fully working, with amazing speed and reliability, i was able to configure
radio0 to be a client to my wireless network and
radio1 to be a wireless access point using mixed wpa2/3 encryption, i was able to sustain 250Mbit/s with 3 devices connected. the support for the device has improved enormously, it’s finally a device that i can recommend. thanks for the patience everyone.
MV1000 god work too with vanilla OpenWrt (not MV1000W)
IPQ6000 not supported by OpenWrt but i’m think in future have been ok