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Turris Omnia 2 GB Wi-Fi

WiFi router with Dual-Band Wi-Fi, a 3 × 3 MIMO 802.11ac, 2 × 2 MIMO 802.11b / g / n 1.6GHz ARM CPU Dual-core, 2GB RAM, 2x USB 3.0, 1x Gwan, 5x Glan 1xSFP, 3 mini PCI Express (1x mSATA) SIM slot, Cryptochip, Turris OS
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excl. VAT £230.75
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Warranty 24 months Code:  VF990b Product Number:  RTROM01-2G
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Turris Omnia 2 GB Wi-Fi

Turris Omnia is not just an ordinary WiFi router. It was created together with the project Security Research Association CZ.NIC, as powerful and secure home router. And because of his performance can much more even in normal broadcasting and wireless WiFi. Create easily your home server, NAS and print server. Turris Omnia has even built a virtual server.

Key features

  • Router with premium features
  • Outstanding performance - dual core processor and 2 GB RAM
  • Internal storage 8GB
  • Open Linux distribution
  • Integrated virtual server
  • Automatic firmware updates for the lifetime of the router
  • Support mSATA drives

particularly powerful

Router boast mainly for its exceptional performance, security and open source system. The inside hides a dual-core ARM processor and router really large 2GB RAM. This is especially useful if you want to run your home server or sharing data via USB 3.0. You can even use the default virtual server that separates the important parts of the system and gives room for experimentation.

The safe and free

The user interface is built on the open Linux distribution OpenWrt. You may be working with him as a normal Linux server. Install additional software or fundamentally alter the configuration. In addition, the router security is protected with automatic updates that conventional routers do not support and have so outdated firmware. With Turris Omnia already this problem, do not worry, the update will run in the background throughout its life.

Number of practical features

Despite the great features it has something extra. It has a slot for a SIM card also contains a honeypot to monitor network activities, Cryptochip for generating random numbers, RTC clock battery backed mSATA slot, SFP connector or RGB LED dimmable.

WiFi transmission speed
1,300 Mb/s Done!
5 × Done!
USB 2.0
0piece(s) Done!
USB 3.0 (3.1 gen. 1)
Advanced functions
Dual-Band (2.4 + 5 GHz), Gigabit LAN Done!
Router Done!
Dual-band Done!
Standards & frequency
802.11a (5GHz), 802.11b (2.4GHz), 802.11g (2.4GHz), 802.11n, 802.11ac Done!
Antenna features
External antenna count
3 piece(s) Done!
Antenna gain
5 dBi Done!
Dimensions and weight
135 mm Done!
40 mm Done!
190 mm Done!
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Tom 08/12/2016
Great high-end wi-fi router for tech-savvy people! This router is different in several ways compared to most of the commercially available routers on the market. 1) The router is developed and built by a non-profit organization from the Czech republic. This organization manages the Czeck Republic domain space and has extensive experience in security and network related matters. The team consists of highly skilled geeks. They developed two previous routers for the Czeck market and therefore have solid router development skills. 2) The router was initially financed by an indiegogo crowd-sourcing campaign which turned out to be a huge success. About 5000 initial backers pledged and allowed the development team to committ to solid development and several software as well as hardware add on features. E.g. a NAS box (cage) or a mobile control app. The devlopment effort was very transparent; the team gave frequent updates. Overall, quality was their top priority resulting in a substantial delay before the product was released into the market. 3) The router is 100% open-source. This includes the software and the hardware as well. The entire hardware blue-prints are as documentation for download available. 4) The router's specs are high end. 8GB flash memory for the OS and 2GB RAM, a very powerful dual-core processor, two USB 3.0 ports, 5 GB LAN ports and many more hardware features are quite unique. Also, the main board has 3 mPCIe slots. As default, 2 of these mPCIe slots are used for a 2.4GHz and a 5GHz wi-fi module. The third slot can be used e.g. for a mSATA SSD, a LTE modem or a PCIe to SATA converter for a dual-disc NAS. The pre-installed wi-fi modules can be replaced by (e.g.) more powerful moduls. The default configuration is with three antennas; this can be changed to a e.g. 5 antenna configuration. The necessary holes for the additional antennas are already at the back of the case. The case is metal and therfore allows good heat dispension. 5) The operating system is based upon OpenWRT. The turris team developed additional software modules, for security, monitoring, auto-updates ... the core is 100% OpenWRT. The team provides frequent updates, especially addressing potential security risks. 6) The documentation is in English and requires some tech or even better OpenWRT knowledge. The community forum is very active and helpful but the router is definitely too complex for "normal" non-technical people. Overall, the router is a true high-end beast, with a very powerful operating system. I live in Europe and was one of the initial backers of the Indiegogo crowd-sourcing campaign and got my device 10/2016. I replaced the default wi-fi cards and antennas with high-end components and installed a 1GB mSATA SSD. The wi-fi signal reach and overall performance is by far better than of my pevious (also quite expensive) "brand" routers. The software needs some polishing but even in it's current state it is more stable than the firmware of my previous commercial routers (from big-players).
SecurityBuild quality (metal case, high end specs)Open Source (based upon OpenWrt)ExpandibilityWi-Fi reach/performanceNon-profit project developed and build by great Czech enthusiast PriceRequies some advanced tech-skills
The ChaZ 07/11/2016
Just purchased this fantastic router - the quickest/best/most interesting OpenWRT compatible router available.
Virtualization --> Yes, no typo. Performance --> Blisteringly quick.Build quality --> Great.Appearance --> Pick your own LED config.Expandable --> Pci-e + Msata (needs adapter)Simple ConfigurationNice designOpenWRT inside It's not cheap but you get what you pay for. Don't be tempted to do a 'spec' comparison with other high end routers (ASUS etc) it's not the same thing at all.Some prior OpenWRT knowledge very useful for getting the most out of it.
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