Usb150 updated to 3.105 luci is not working well

Keep trying :smiley:

Even if it loads slowly, it might finally work. I have seen others with the issue, why i don’t know.

The same here. After upgrading to 3.105 gui works so slow. Before upgrade gui worked well.
Now using router is a little frustrating.
Could you please fix it.

welcome to the forum,

what is your OS and browser?
have you tried other browsers?

OS: Android, Linux
Browser: Privacy Browser, Firefox
I have been using USB router for almost 2 years with different firmwares.
The worst experience is with the 3.105 because of gui.
This device is great I have 2 but this firmware ruins the fun of using it.

yes, i agree very frustrating.

Current UI on USB150 is running slow. We are working on next big improvement but it will be firmware 4.x and will be available middle of this year.

thanks but waiting six months to fix a crippling bug seems like a long time.
very hard to use the product now.

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maybe they focus on quantity not quality

very disappointing, they have way too many devices that are too similar and fail to support them.

after all these months later, still not able to use my router to its full potential!

I have bunch of them. Firmware is getting worse and worse.

and as far as i can tell, the usb150 is a unique product, nothing else like it on the market.

i have been using a pizero with this

I strongly disagree that the USB150 is unique, as every product GL iNet makes seems to be a one-off! As an owner of at-least one each of a USB150, Microuter-n300, AR300M, a AR300M16, AR750 and AR750S-Ext, I would say every router is different and everyone has its own set of problems with upgrades! I feel that GL iNet has too many different hardware products for their software team to properly support. @alzhao standard answer for bugs in their firmware is just wait a few more months for the next beta, release, or what-ever. I am giving up and slowly moving everything I own to the generic OpenWrt code, as it seems to work better across the GL iNet product line. I am just waiting for OpenWrt 21.02 firmware to move out of RC releases and into production, as it will be the first version of OpenWrt that can support all my routers. In the future I will not be buying anything from GL iNet that I cannot download a production version of generic OpenWrt firmware for.


Unique? No.

Gl inet makes good hardware and I have been with a journey with them starting 6416, AR150, AR300m and AR750, but never run their GUI.
The problem is they offered too much feature sets. DNS over Https which is incompatible with DNS bind protection, etc.

You have to bear in mind these should be travel routers, quick setup and go. Not wasting 30mins configuring it and figuring out what’s wrong.

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good idea
I need to move to pure openwrt as well.

I run pure openwrt and butcher my own code.

WAN access detection in this order ethernet, usb tether, WiFi.

WiFi scans a list of saved profiles. You can create more profiles. You will always have WiFi due to STA/AP problem.

Once WAN access is detected. Check for captive portal and add the site to rebind protection.

Once internet is established. VPN starts

I bring up 2 wifi AP, passthrough and VPN.

VPN AP always have killswitch and always tunnel DNS. No exception. It also detects lost of VPN and move to the next profile in the list.

All this is done without saving anything to flash and wear it down.

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Could you share the code?

There are no fancy GUI. A little Linux experience is required to set it up. Once setup it runs for days.

See if I can setup a GitHub.

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i understand your point, but imho, would not compare that zsun which, from what i read, is not ready for prime time and all the more so about your point “these should be travel routers, quick setup and go”

the pizero gets that done and so much more.

F: 3.211

Now GUI only allows to log in then I see only blank screen on my phone. On the computer it works but slowly as before.

Gl-inet, why are you killing your brand?

Your firmware is unusable!

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Do you mean USB150 right?