Yes. However if you want to use an InvizBox to provide public wifi, please contact our Support team who will guide you through the best configuration to ensure device isolation is enabled.
AES-256-GCM The InvizBox connects using AES-256-GCM, SHA512 and RSA-4096 as default.
No. The InvizBox 2 must be connected to your modem/router using an ethernet cable plugged into the WAN (yellow) port. This is intended to prevent throughput bottlenecks by utilising Wifi for the WAN connection.
Yes. The InvizBox offers ad-blocking functionality which can be enabled/disabled in the user interface.
Yes, however this is unsupported by InvizBox. The InvizBox is configured to work with one VPN service and provide a number of different regions utilising the preconfigured VPN provider. Our motto is ‘Privacy Made Easy’ It is possible to configure multiple VPNs on the InvizBox however due to the risk of damage to the InvizBox … Continued
Yes. Whilst the InvizBox can be used in conjunction with other InvizBox, they do not provide a mesh network experience. This means that mobile devices will not automatically jump between access points to receive the best connection, and networks channels may cause some interference if not configured correctly.
Yes. The InvizBox 2 can be powered by a battery or even USB, however we suggest using the included power cable.
No. The InvizBox Go does not offer GSM (Mobile Data) functionality. Our Engineering team intends to offer GSM functionality in a future version of the InvizBox Go.
The InvizBox Go has an internal battery. The battery can be easily recharged using the supplied USB cable (or another suitable alternative).
No. Although the InvizBox team release new software updates, the InvizBox devices cannot be upgraded at a hardware level.