During email exchanges with Securifi's Founder and CEO, Ram Malasani, we learned that there are many additional configuration options available via hidden menus. Securifi gave us permission to share that information with our readers, so here it is.
To get to the additional features, type http://[ip address]/treeapp.asp (where [ip address] is the address of your router.) For default installations, that would be http://10.10.10.254/treeapp.asp.
Other links you might want to try are:
Here's what the treeapp.asp link looks like:
Settings in treeapp.aspHere is what what advanced.asp looks like:
Advanced wireless settings through treeapp.asp
Testing done by Tim Higgins
Routing performance for the Almond, loaded with AL1-R194-L224-W28 firmware and using our standard test method, is summarized in the table below. The routing performance is essentially 100 Mbps wire-speed, so will satisfy the needs of enough consumers. The 110 Mbps total simultaneous throughput shows that the processor is fairly well matched to its LAN and WAN connections.
The 33,573 simultaneous connections is more than enough for gaming and P2P use and hit our test limit. While this number is higher than the maxed-out limit we have been seeing lately, that doesn't indicate anything other than the limits of our test process.
Securifi Almond Routing Performance
The IxChariot plot for the routing tests shows very steady throughput in the unidirectional tests. The simultaneous up/downlink tests show some variation typical of what we see in these tests.