Slyguy

Level 40
Is it possible to turn off admin access from the WAN? I tried to skim back through this thread, and don’t remember seeing a comment on that.
There is no access to the router from the WAN. No SSH, No Telnet, No Web Interface. It tunnels back to the secured AWS bucket, then is accessed through the app. The app is authenticated by your username/password, and a QR code on the bottom of the router. Rendering hacking largely impossible by the layers of security and lack of normal intrusion routes.

As for wifi signal being too strong, Gryphon offers low-power mode, and also the ability to schedule WiFi to be off (such as during sleep).
 
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blackice

Level 3
There is no access to the router from the WAN. No SSH, No Telnet, No Web Interface. It tunnels back to the secured AWS bucket, then is accessed through the app. The app is authenticated by your username/password, and a QR code on the bottom of the router. Rendering hacking largely impossible by the layers of security and lack of normal intrusion routes.

As for wifi signal being too strong, Gryphon offers low-power mode, and also the ability to schedule WiFi to be off (such as during sleep).
Okay, I see. I guess my confusion was that their website says you can access the router through the app even when you are not on the network.
 

yarr

Level 2
So I swapped out my old router for the gryphon and I've got to say I'm pleasantly surprised. I'm a big fan of the users menu and the ability to set the thing on a timer. There are so many more useful options then just these things. Being able to block all new devices by default made for really easy setup when it came to categorizing devices and assigning them to users. I can't wait to see what more is in store! I was trying to think of features I would like to see added but they're all just small quality of life type things or customizations. All the big stuff seems to be covered. It was also cool that the CEO emailed me after setup and responded when I let him know about how I was liking it so far.
 

yarr

Level 2
I'm having trouble figuring out how to configure the firewall and port forwarding options. Say for example I wanted to block certain default ports like RDP from being used on all PC's, would that be possible or should I look into a separate hardware firewall or just doing that through the software firewall on the computers? I'm interested in hearing about any tips or profile/device configurations