Aren't the other menus more dangerous ? The QuickSet is at least in user-friendly language, not like the Wireless Advanced menu, for example.Ok but that is not the problem. I don't need to protect against malicious people, just against confusion and mishap.
E.g. someone in the team who is alerted by the error indications on the homepage and trying to correct them, or
wanting to click the "Search for updates" button and instead hitting "Apply configuration".
Apparently I am unable to explain the nature of my worries to you.If the operator has less than adequate knowledge, he should not be given access to the full configuration interface. I suggest considering the use of API to make a special program that only does what the operator needs to do, without distracting him with other menus.
It still does that. Changing anything on the Quick Set menu makes immediate changes without applying them.The worst feature of quickset is that it is changing the configuration without hitting the apply button. Or at least it used to some time ago when I was checking it.
It is useful for dummies but really annoying for experienced users.
I would like to have it as separate package that I would automatically uninstall in every new device.
What do you mean the "Quick Set Page comes up every time we login"? Are you logging in via Winbox, WebFig, SSH?After configuration, the Quick Set page still comes up every time we login to the device, with fields marked red and a button "apply configuration" lurking to destroy the setup.
I fear a bit that one time it will be used to accidentally destroy the configuration.
WebFig.What do you mean the "Quick Set Page comes up every time we login"? Are you logging in via Winbox, WebFig, SSH?
Use WinBox. Solves the problem. I think I had only used WebFig once and did not see any real reason to use it over WinBox. As I understand it, WinBox is only Windows so that would be a reason.WebFig.What do you mean the "Quick Set Page comes up every time we login"? Are you logging in via Winbox, WebFig, SSH?
In the latest version the QuickSet page has been moved to a separate "tab" and a browser cookie remembers the last
selected tab, but I still think there should be an option to disable QuickSet. The page can remain visible but it should
not make changes to the configuration when that option has been selected.