There would have been no cerowrt had rules like this been in place 4 years ago. And, even the prospect of rules like this is impeding the development of vastly improved 802.11ac implementations. Lastly - friends, don't let friends, run factory firmware - openwrt and derivatives are vastly more capable and secure than most factory firmware shipped today - AND the open source community has provide a reasonably locked down wifi frequency database, in the first place.
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News: A new FCC Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) has some worried that new FCC rules could prohibit modification of routers with third party firmware like OpenWRT. According to the
But...but...How could our fantastic regulations have any unintended consequences? Our Central Planners have anticipated every possible outcome! Perhaps these "hobbyists" need to spend some time in one of our scenic re-education camps.
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