I have a bunch of questions and I'm quite new to all this so please forgive me.
I'm planning on switching to a gigabit AT&T Fiber connection in the near future. Unfortunately they force customers to use AT&T modems/routers which are quite horrible, the reason being that the modem is required to authenticate using 802.1x before the connection is usable. Some have figured out that the certificates can be extracted from the modems and can be installed on their routers to completely bypass the need for using the AT&T supplied modem. Every guide I've seen for this has been for Ubiquiti routers using wpa_supplicant.
Here is a link to one of the guides: https://www.devicelocksmith.com/
I'm still in my research stages and I haven't purchased a router yet. From what I've read the RB4011 is a better router than the ER-12. What I want to know is if the RB4011 will allow me to do this. Will it let me use wpa_supplicant (or something like it) to authenticate my router against AT&T.
Thanks in Advance