Spitz AX(GL-X3000) is a Wi-Fi 6 cellular gateway incorporated with the latest 5G NR. Its dual-SIM card design and multi-WAN feature can help with enhancing your network stability. Spitz AX runs on MT7981A 1.3GHz dual-core processor to ensure the processing speed. The dual-band network with wireless speed 574Mbps (2.4GHz)+2402Mbps (5GHz), accommodates different needs under the same roof. It's compatible with OpenVPN and WireGuard, that speed up to 150 Mbps and 300 Mbps respectively.
In-vehicle network: Boasting six omnidirectional antennas for long-range and wall penetration, this router can provide reliable cellular reception in remote locations. The device can be conveniently deployed on the interior walls of recreational vehicles.
Uninterrupted RV Internet: Spitz AX (GL-X3000) is equipped with advanced features, including Multi-WAN, Load-balancing, and Failover, to ensure RV users experience quality internet connections when traveling in both rural and urban areas.
Network Storage & OpenWrt: Spitz AX runs on GL.iNet's latest SDK4.0+ firmware, supporting more than 5,000 ready-made plug-ins for installation. The local network storage feature supports SAMBA and WebDAV protocol. By plugging an external USB hard disc into the router, you can create a private network to store and share your documents.
Security & Privacy: Pre-installed with OpenVPN and WireGuard®. Spitz AX supports both DNS over TLS and DNS over HTTPS to enhance network privacy and security. It also automatically encrypts all network traffic within the connected network, hosts VPN servers, and supports VPN Cascading.
Remote Access and Management: Spitz AX provides users with data usage monitoring and technical support services with remote access to the device admin panel for maintenance and troubleshooting. It also enables batch device management, firmware updates, analytics, and notifications for status updates.
DFS Certification in US, UK, Europe & Japan: Spitz AX is approved to use DFS (Dynamic Frequency Selection), letting the router's 5GHz network use additional frequencies normally reserved by military, satellite, and weather radar applications.