- Jul 6, 2010
Yes, assuming you're referring to 'enabling' as initiating the push button connection session. But in a list of SSIDs it still shows up as WPS Enabled, whereas my mikrotik or tp-link with the WPS toggle disabled does not have it read or broadcast as enabled. Unless I am missing something, I cannot find anything that explicitly turns it off. Regardless of who might be pushing a button or bypassing. The function to turn it off does not exist on my device.
As I explained though don’t confuse this with the old PIN based WPS.
It’s not the same and not the security concern you think it is.
The pin was a security issue because it used a 4-digit pin in two parts making it stupidly easy to brute force.
And maybe you have some ancient firmware or something because mine doesn’t do anything without pushing the button.