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GL.iNet GoodCloud


GL.iNet GoodCloud cloud management service provide an easy and simple way to remotely access and manage routers.

  • Check live router status

    • Live online offline status check
    • Live RAM and Load Average check
    • LTE Signal
    • Email alarm about online offline status update
  • Set up routers remotely

    • Set up routers (e.g. SSID and Key) remotely
    • Remote SSH
    • Remote access Admin Panel
  • Monitoring clients on routers remotely

    • Check who is on your network
    • Realtime traffic monitoring and block clients
    • Email alarm about new client and block
  • Operate routers in batch

    • Set up config templates and configure routers in batch
    • Reboot or upgrade routers in batch
  • Manage routers in groups

    • Divide devices in different groups
    • Manage devices in one page
  • Site to Site

    • Virtual Office: extend your office network to other offices
    • Business Travel: remote access office's OA, CRM, MySQL systems
    • Smart Home: remote access IP camera, NAS and other devices at home


GoodCloud only support firmware v3.021 and above right now.

There is a video tutorial about bind to GoodCloud, please check out here.

Download firmware file

Access this url to download the firmware file.

For GL-USB150, it can use GoodCloud too, but it only can be binded to GoodCloud by "Auto discover". ( about Add device )

Local upgrade

Open a web browser (we recommend Chrome) and to access router web Admin Panel (default url is

At the left side, UPGRADE -> Local Upgrade, select the firmware file you download, you can turn off "Keep Settings" for more stable, click "Install" button. It takes several minutes to install.

If you want to learn more about upgrade, please scroll top -> Setup -> Choose the model -> Upgrade

learn more about upgrade

Enable Cloud Manage on router web Admin Panel

Open a web browser (we recommend Chrome) and to access router web Admin Panel (default url is


Follow the steps above, to enable cloud management feature, choose the Data Server which is nearest your devices located. There are three Data Server, 'Global', 'America' and 'Europe'. If your devices are neither in America nor in Europe, just select 'Global'. Global Data Server is at Japan.

Create GoodCloud account

Visit to access GoodCloud web site by Chrome or your favorite browser.

Sign up an account, and sign in. If you don't find the verify email, look in spam or check email later.

If you have any difficulty with sign up, please send email to for help.

Select region

At the first time when you sign in, it will pop up a dialog to let you select the region, select the region that your device selected Data Server on the web Admin Panel (Step 1.2).

You can change the region on the top right corner at anytime.

select region button

Add a new group

On the left side -> Groups List -> Add group.

Follow the steps below to add a new group.

add group

Set the group name, company, description and location.

Each device must belong to a group.

Add device

On the left side -> Devices List -> Add Device. There are three methods to bind device to GoodCloud, "Auto discover", "Manually add" and "Bulk import".

Auto discover

Follow the steps below to add your device.

add device

If the router and PC(which opened page) are at the same public IP´╝îit will be automatically discovered, and can be found when click "Device" list. DDNS or Device ID can be found on the back of your router.

PS: Input "DDNS" / "Device ID" here just to verify that the router is really 
original/valid. DDNS feature and the Cloud feature are separate things.

For most models, it is "DDNS" on the back, but for some new models, 
it is "Device ID" on the back.

If you haven't added a group before, it will automatically create a default 

Click "Refresh" to force auto discover devices again.

auto discover

Manually add

If it can't discover automatically, try "Manually add". All information that need to input can be found on the back of the router.

PS: Input "MAC", "SN" and "DDNS" / "Device ID" here just to verify that the 
router is really original and valid. DDNS feature and the Cloud feature are 
separate things.

manually add device

For some new models, DDNS has been changed to Device ID on the back of router.

manually add device

Bulk import

"Bulk import" is for user who have a great number of devices to add. By "Bulk import" you can import many devices by a Microsoft excel file.

Binded info on router web Admin Panel

After you seccessfully add router to GoodCloud, go back to router web Admin Panel,

APPLICATION -> Remote Access -> Cloud Management,

press 'F5' to refresh this page, It will display the binded GoodCloud username, hover the username it will show the corresponding GoodCloud email account.


Click 'View Logs' will show api call logs by GoodCloud.

Unbind router


If you want to unbind router, click Unbind button.

If you have any difficulties, please send email to for help.

Manage your devices

devices info and status

Sign in Goodcloud, check at left side -> Device List

device list table

there is icon at the first column of this table,

online icon means this device is online.

offline icon means this device is offline.

deactovate icon means this device is deactivated, it has never connected to GoodCloud before.

column selector

Select the column you want to display.

"Online time" is the latest time when device connected GoodCloud.

"Offline time" is the latest time when device disconnected GoodCloud.

"Update time" is the latest time when device connected or disconnected GoodCloud.

IP, if your router run VPN client, this IP will be your VPN IP by default. Learn More

LTE Signal

Only available for 4G devices, e.g. GL-MiFi, GL-X750

Toggle the column on Device List page.

device LTE signal

It will show Signal strength, Type, and relavant parameters.

device LTE signal

Device detail info

At left side -> Device List, click the name of a online device, it will open a page to manage this device of WiFi, Clients and view router info, memory usage, up time, load average and log.

to device detail page

Device info

device info


device info

Modify all WiFi settings.

Router status

device info

Client list

device info


Timeline tab display the activities of router, and messages uploaded by the router's associated IoT device.

device timeline

Set email alarm

You can set email alarm when a device is online, offline, and new client connected.

At left side -> Setting -> Alarm Setting, create alarm rules

create alarm rules

Then set the email you want to receive notification. To ensure you get email successful, please add to your email address book.

alarm rules

Site to Site

Site to Site only support firmware v3.026 and above.


Site to Site allows offices in multiple locations to establish secure connections with each other over internet. It extends the company's network, making computers resources from one location available to employees at other locations.

site to site diagram

Senerio 1: A company has dozens of branch offices that they wish to join in a single private network to share resources.

Senerio 2: A company has a close relationship with a partner company, the Site to Site allows the companies to work together in a secure, shared network environment while preventing access to their separate internets.

Senerio 3: A family has IP camera and when they are not at home, the Site to Site allows to remote access the IP camera.

What conditions do I need to create Site to Site?

One of the loations has a public static(or dynamic) ip, and two or more GL-iNet devices with latest testing firmware.

Steps to build a Site to Site network.

  1. Upgrade your GL.iNet devices to latest testing firmware and binded to (how)

  2. Follow the steps below to create a Site to Site network.

create a site to site network

Default port is 51830, if you want to use another port, find the Advanced option at the lower left corner.

Due to the device's performance, each Site to Site network can have up to 10 devices.

After you had chosen the devices, click Continue.

create a site to site network

Then, it will test each device if it can be set as the Main Node of Site to Site.

We suggest that the router with strong performance and best network speed to be the Main Node.

testing eacg device

If none of the devices can be used as the Main Node, make sure that:

  • One of routers has a public IP, either static public IP or dynamic public IP.
  • Port is open, default is 51830.
  • If the router is behind NAT, you may need to set up port forwading.

You can also change port and try again.

testing each device

If there are more than one device can be set as the Main Node, you need to choose one to continue.

testing each device

If there is only one device can be set as the Main Node, it will go to the Site to Site detail page directly.

The network is stopped by default, check the LAN IP, if it is OK then you need to click Start button, otherwise click Setting to change LAN IP.

detail s2s

Wait a few minutes, the node's connect status will display as lines. Solid line means connected, dashed line means disconnected.

detail s2s

Testing the Site to Site connection

Now the Site to Site network is created and started, let's test the connection.

Use your PC or Phone to connect to one of the Node of this Site to Site, and use browser to access another Node's LAN ip, if you see the login page, the connection between these two nodes is worked.

For example, my PC connect to Node 1 device, and then I use browser to access Main Node's LAN IP (, if I see the login page, it means the connection between Node1 and Main Node is worked.

Route and other options

You can change each device's LAN IP and routes.

LAN IP and routes

By default, each node can access other's LAN, based on security, we recommend only open the corresponding service IPs.

E.g. There is a Server A( in Node 1's subnet, if you want other Site to Site nodes only can access Node 1's Service A, you can set it like below:

LAN IP and routes

You can add node's parent routes too.

Each sub Node build an encrypted tunnel netwrok to Main Node, if you want to change the IP of tunnel subnet. Click 'IP Address Range'.

Tunnel IP Address Range

Batch Setting

You can use this feature to configure multiple parameters for a single device, or you can configure multiple parameters for multiple devices.

PS: This feature is only available to business users.

Batch Setting of Single Device

To configure single device, as show below.

Modify Configuration

The left side of image below is correct. If your interface is like the right side of image below, please upgrade to latest testing firmware.

Single Configuration

Check the configuration that needs to be modified and input value.

Add Configuration

The checked configuration is required, and only the configuration that conforms to the rule can be filled out. After the configuration is delivered, it does not take effect immediately. The configuration takes effect and the device needs to be restarted. You can check the Restart now option in the lower right corner of the above figure. After the configuration is completed, the device will restart immediately.

Preview the configuration and confirm the delivery.

Preview Configuration

Unchecked Restart now option will prompt.

config not take effect

Batch Setting of Mutiple Device

Select the devices you want to configure.

mutiple configuration

Other operations are the same as when operating a single device.

Other Batch Operations

Other Batch Operations: Move to other group, upgrade, restart, delete.


Template Management

Save frequently used configurations as templates and quickly apply them when you modify configurations in batches.

PS: This feature is only available to business users.

Add a Template

Check the configuration that needs to be modified and input value.

Add Template

Give the template a name and description.

Template info

Task List

At task list page, it shows the execution result of the configuration template.

PS: This feature is only available to business users.

Task list

You can view the execution result of each device and configuration.

Task list detail info


Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is widely used for smart home, wearable and IoT sensors. This feature is for GL.iNet BLE gateway, GL-X750 Spitz and GL-S1300 convexa S which has built-in BLE modules. Read this to learn how to use them forward your BLE data to the cloud based on MQTT protocol, including GL.iNet GoodCloud and AWS IoT.

GoodCloud and VPN

If you enable GoodCloud feature on router and also use it as VPN client, there is something important you need to know.

At default, GoodCloud process use VPN if you enable VPN client(eg. WireGuard, OpenVPN), this bring a problem that if you VPN is configured incorrectly, GoodCloud will not work properly. In order to ensure the normal use of GoodCloud, we suggest you to follow the steps below to enable VPN Policies and disable "Use VPN for all process on the router". After you've done these steps, GoodCloud precess will not use VPN.

disable use vpn for all process on the router


To stop GoodCloud service, turn it off on router web Admin Panel. Please follow the steps below. No action needed on the GoodCloud website.

disable cloud

after disable cloud

After disable Cloud, the interface is like above.

Video Tutorial

Bind GL.iNet Routers to GoodCloud

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