- October 16, 2017 at 15:39 #18938ferrathoParticipant
I have an environment where the Byte Plus would be a good fit but it should not connect to the network. In other words, I need a stand-alone device and I don’t want anyone to be able to connect to our wireless network on this device. Since the user will be an admin, there isn’t much point in disabling the WLAN hardware in Device Manager – they can just turn it back on. But if the antenna were to be removed, the signal strength would be so poor that they’d never get a good enough signal to connect to the network (I have seen this with other wifi-enabled devices). So, is it possible for me to safely remove the antenna without damaging it to accomplish this goal? Thanks.
- October 17, 2017 at 16:05 #18986Azulle Support TeamSpectator
Thank you for using the Azulle forums. Yes, the antenna can be removed and by doing it will affect the signal reception. There are also other ways to make the Wi-Fi useless without having the unit opened. For example, you can make a rule in your firewall to drop any connection or you can set up your server to isolate the Byte’s MAC from the rest of the network.
However even when your idea is possible, it will not guarantee the safety of your device. If the BP has open access to the admin user, anyone can scape any local restriction and if you plant it in the server, it can always be avoided
by using a Wi-Fi USB adapter.
It doesn’t mean that it can be done. All those steps plus a secure Wi-Fi can help you to accomplish your goal.
- October 18, 2017 at 16:45 #19058ferrathoParticipant
Thank you. Is there a recommended method or a technical document to assist with the removal of the antenna?
- November 1, 2017 at 15:46 #19706Azulle Support TeamSpectator
Thank you for your response. I am sorry but we do not have any recommended method for this purpose.
If you need further assistance do not hesitate to contact us directly.
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