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Our Routers Are Not Affected By Cable Haunt


Written by Petr Gotthard on Thursday 16 January 2020 in the category Default with the tags , .

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  • Our cellular routers are not affected by the „Cable Haunt“ vulnerability, which was recently discovered in Broadcom-based cable modems across multiple vendors.

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    Conel OS 6.2.2 released


    Written by Jan Svoboda on Wednesday 18 December 2019 in the category Release with the tags , .

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  • New version of firmware for our routers is available on Engineering Portal.

    This is a maintenance release, it contains mainly fixes.

    Being already the second update of 6.2.0 firmware, we started to use 6.2.2 firmware for manufacturing. (See our Firmware Distribution Overview.)

    As usual, 6.2.2 brings a line of fixes and improvements on board. Just to point out some:

    • TACACS+ authentication support.
    • Added new commands (snmpget and snmpset).
    • Support of new cellular modules, APN fixes for NAM mobile networks.

    For a full list, see Release Notes.

    You can always find the latest firmware files available at ...

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    WA/VPN: Secure network of networks - how to try it out


    Written by Jan Otte on Tuesday 22 October 2019 in the category Release with the tags , , .

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  • This blogpost describes a way how to try out our freshly released product - WebAccess/VPN.

    This product is focused on bringing together standalone networks scattered around the globe and unifying it under the hood of one secure network, easily accessible and manageable.

    The product comes in two versions - regular and Free, while the Free is limited by a number of connected devices so that you can try out all the features without a need a paying for any license.

    The name WebAccess/VPN brands the product into the WebAccess products family. That said, ...

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    Conel OS 6.2.1 released


    Written by Jan Svoboda on Friday 18 October 2019 in the category Release with the tags , .

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  • New version of firmware for our routers is available on Engineering Portal.

    This is a maintenance release, it contains mainly fixes.

    We fixed a number of things in this release. That said, at this time the 6.2.1 is released as update only like the 6.2.0. Which means that the default FW version for manufacturing stays on 6.1.10 at the moment.

    As usual, 6.2.1 brings a line of fixes and improvements on board. Just to point out some:

    • Added support of kernel inotify to enable monitoring of filesystem events.
    • Traffic counters were increased to ...

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    Conel OS 6.2.0 released


    Written by Jan Svoboda on Monday 19 August 2019 in the category Release with the tags .

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  • Tired of waiting for 6.2.0 release? Well, the wait is over!

    The Conel OS 6.2.0 is available for download.

    Please note that the new version 6.2.0 sports a number of major changes, the biggest of them all being the new Linux kernel - 4.14.138.

    The kernel change is significant and while we have done quite a number of tests, we decided to use the cautious release approach - the same we did for 6.0.0.

    What does it mean? It means that the 6.2.0 is released as an update only version. In other words, you ...

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    Conel OS 6.1.10 released


    Written by Jan Otte on Wednesday 3 July 2019 in the category Release with the tags .

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  • New version of firmware for our routers is available on Engineering Portal.

    This is a maintenance release and we expect it to be the last in the 6.1.x FW line.

    All of our routers (without exceptions requiring operator's certification) are produced with 6.1.10 from today. Other models will continue once the certification is done.

    As usual, 6.1.10 brings a line of fixes and improvements on board. Just to point out some:

    • Brute-force login attack blocking mechanism.
    • Dynamic execution time for automatic update.
    • Support for encrypting configuration backup.
    • Support for OpenVPN Management Interface (configurable).
    • Several fixes for cellular.
    • SACK vulnerability ...

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    Security Advisory - SACK vulnerability


    Written by Jan Otte on Thursday 20 June 2019 in the category Default with the tags .

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  • This security advisory is a reaction on the recently discovered network vulnerabilities in Linux kernel (see below on particular names and links).

    These vulnerabilities can, under certain circumstances, be used by an attacker against a range of our routers running current firmware (6.1.9) with the potential result of the router rebooting.

    We have already prepared a patch which closes the vulnerabilities. The patch will be included in future firmware versions (6.1.10, 6.2.0) when these are released.

    Until the new firmware versions are available, you may apply any of the recommended workaround. The easiest ...

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    Conel OS 6.1.9 Released


    Written by Petr Hanuš on Thursday 25 April 2019 in the category Release with the tags .

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  • New version of firmware for our routers is available on Engineering Portal.

    Except the SR305 and SL302 which are destined for NAM market and thus a firmware change is a subject of certification, the 6.1.9 is the default firmware for majority of router models. The NAM market models mentioned above can obtain the firmware via manual upgrade from EP if needed. Details of default FW versions can be found in the Firmware Distribution overview document.

    It for sure contains usual load of fixes and security updates, but next to that, there are a few ...

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    Building the Custom Nodes for Node.js/Node-RED


    Written by Marek Černocký on Wednesday 24 April 2019 in the category Documentation.

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  • An official way how to build and install a node is using npm command. However it is not possible to find it on our routers as router is embedded device with limited resources and some nodes require complex building environment and high performance because of other languages than JavaScript.

    Fortunately, it is easy to prepare a ...

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    Sleep Mode User Module


    Written by Jan Svoboda on Friday 1 March 2019 in the category Release with the tags .

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  • New user module Sleep Mode was released. It is the successor of Bin-sleep user module (no longer available).

    Using Sleep Mode user module, it is possible to switch the router into Low Power Mode and wake it up. Advanced options based on binary inputs and time are available.

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