Summary: ref TP-Link TL-MR3020 150 Mbps 1-Port 10/100 Wireless N router is a great choice and very useful,its perfect on ap, usb port to use as 3g or 4g modem and also very good as a repeater, personally its an excellent choice
Summary: TL-MR3020 is the ideal travel partner for people on the go. 3G Router Mode enables you to plug in a 3G USB modem and share it wirelessly. Its Travel Router Mode (AP Mode) allows you to conveniently setup an internet connection utilizing a hotel WAN cable. Meanwhile, you can also use the switch on the side of the router to choose between Travel Router Mode, 3G Router Mode and WISP Client Router Mode based on your different requirements.
Works Great with Verizon USB760 [Novatel 3G EVDO] and UML295 [Pantech 4G LTE]
Tim C., Newegg
31 August 2013
Pros: Worked reliably with my old Verizon USB760 and, now that I have upgraded, it seems to work reliably with my new UML295 for 4G, too.
Cons: No obvious cons relative to specifications and its intended applications. Would love to see shell access to the underlying OS and built-in OpenVPN TUN client, but those are rare features for any router in this class, even ones costing a few hundred dollars.
Pros: The factory firmware is good. Works fine with DD-Wrt. It would work fine as a wireless access point, repeater, or "WISP" router. The Hotspot System feature in DD-Wrt works with this router. Can be powered from a USB port. Patch cable included.
Cons: The hardware compatibility list says that this router is compatible with the Sprint / Franklin U600. I have a U600 from Virgin (which uses Sprint's network). I was unable to get the router to work with this modem, either under the factory firmware or DD-Wrt. I searched the net extensively, posted to the manufacturer's support forum, and emailed tech support. No joy. But I'm not upset; it turns out I didn't really need this router because the place I was visiting had a...