Pertanyaan dan jawaban //
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Q: CAN WE ENABLE STATEFUL F/W AND ANITIVIRUS FEATURES BY ANY CHANCE ?
A: Unfortunately no, at this time, there are no stateful firewall or antivirus capabilities.
Q: Is MAC-address filtereing possible in V7?
A: Yes, it is possible. You can achieve this by navigating: Network > Wireless > Edit Interface > MAC-Filter
Q: Will this secure boot is a problem for custome FW using SDK
A: Secure Boot makes sure that only the authorized manufacturer firmware will be booted on the device and this firmware can not be altered or modified. It is not possible to run custom FM on the device with Secure Boot feature.
Q: Do you mean I can not modify FW using SDK ?
A: FW modifications using SDK is still available, but it is not possible to run modified FW on the devices with Secure Boot functionality. Modified FW is possible to run on devices without Secure Boot feature.
Q: By custom firmware do you ean alse build from your SDK?
Q: Which all devices are with S.Boot ?
A: Secure Boot feature is present only on RUT950 RUT950U072C0 and RUT955 RUT955T073B0.
Q: While secure boot, does hardware checks the codes of the built-in that they are safe and agreed code and are they checking the name of the file that are built-in program ?
A: Secure Boot requires specific hardware. Secure Boot is a verification mechanism to ensure that only trusted firmware will be launched on the device. Secure boot devices are equipped with hardware root of trust which contains the keys used for cryptographic functions and in that way it enables a secure boot process.
Q: So S. boot is default for all other x series devices by default but we can still use SDK and custom FW, is it ?
A: Secure Boot feature is present only on RUT950 RUT950U072C0 and RUT955 RUT955T073B0. Custom FW is possible to run on all other devices without Secure Boot feature.