Screencast: Port Deactivation
Date: 02-20-2012 | Archive: 02-28-2012 | カテゴリー： Blog
In this screencast we demonstrate the port deactivation function, using the myUTN-150 USB device server as an example.
Port deactivation is a security function ensuring that no unwanted USB devices are connected to the network. In order to prevent this, you can simply deactivate free ports. Our screencast shows you how to configure this function.
Special tip: To maximize security, you can combine port activation with the USB port access function. For instance, you can define which USB device can be connected to port 1. All other devices will be denied access to this port.
Please note: To use the new functions of your USB device servers, the following firmware/software has to be installed first:
b-fw-ps-18.bin / b-sw-uds-14.0.35.bin
b-fw-rt3070-5.bin / b-sw-uds-14.0.35.bin
a-fw-ps-36.bin / a-sw-uds-14.0.12.bin
You'll find the latest versions in our download area.
First however, here is the screencast about port deactivation: