Hello all, it’s been a while. I first came here under another account about 3 years ago, but for lots of weird reasons I can’t find my old account info at the moment. Anyway!
Last time I was here I was in a state of crisis as I had just been hacked, and I really had no technical understanding of routers. Now I am helping someone in the same situation, but I just needed some assistance understanding some changes in the web admin.
I am not familiar with frame protection, the option in wireless setup. My searching seems to indicate that it is pretty new on the scene. I would like frames to be protected, I suppose, why wouldn’t I? … what’s the catch? Should I tick this option on my wi-fi vlans?
There is now firewall options per network on each wifi networks page on that little pulldown menu at the bottom. I assume that it defaults as disabled because it applies general access rules as defined by default. Is this a way to make it easier to, say, make a kid’s wifi or have more granular control over each firewall? I didn’t see where I could define these network-specific details, am I blind?