RB750GL

The RB750GL is a small SOHO router in a white plastic case.

It has five independent Gigabit Ethernet ports and optional switch chip functionality for wire speed Gigabit throughput. It’s probably the most affordable MPLS capable Gigabit router on the market and now it is even more affordable than before. Compared to the previous model, the RB750GL has almost the same performance, but is significantly lower cost, only $59.95!

With it’s compact design and clean looks, it will fit perfectly into any SOHO environment.

Box contains: RB750GL, plastic case, power adapter

Product specifications

Details
Product codeRB750GL
CPU nominal frequency400 MHz
CPU core count1
Size of RAM64 MB
ArchitectureMIPS-BE
10/100 Ethernet ports0
10/100/1000 Ethernet ports5
MiniPCI slots0
MiniPCI-e slots0
Wireless chip modelNone
Number of USB ports0
Power Jack1
Supported input voltage8 V - 30 V
PoE outNo
PoE inYes
Voltage MonitorNo
CPU temperature monitorNo
PCB temperature monitorNo
Dimensions113x89x28mm. Weight without packaging and cables: 129g
Operating SystemRouterOS
Operating temperature range-30C to +70C
License level4
Antenna gain DBINo
Current MonitorNo
CPUAR7242-AH1A
Max Power consumption5W
SFP ports0
SFP+ ports0
Number of chains0
Serial portNone
Suggested price$59.95

Performance test results

RB750GL (400Mhz) Gigabit port test RouterOS
Mode Configuration 64 byte 512 byte 1518 byte
kpps Mbps kpps Mbps kpps Mbps
Bridging none (fast path) 194.0 127.3 178.4 756.6 81.2 997.8
Bridging 25 bridge filter rules 53.7 35.2 52.3 221.9 51.5 633.0
Routing none (fast path) 183.7 120.5 167.0 708.1 81.2 997.8
Routing 25 simple queues 92.8 60.8 88.5 375.1 81.2 997.8
Routing 25 ip filter rules 37.5 24.6 38.4 162.6 37.6 462.4
  1. All tests are done with Xena Networks specialized test equipment (XenaBay),and done according to RFC2544 (Xena2544)
  2. Max throughput is determined with 30+ second attempts with 0,1% packet loss tolerance in 64, 512, 1518 byte packet sizes
  3. Values in Italic indicate that max throughput was reached without maxing out CPU, but because board interface configuration was maxed out
  4. Test results show device maximum performance, and are reached using mentioned hardware and software configuration, different configurations most likely will result in lower results