|container, fetch, scheduler, traffic-gen, |
ipsec, pptp, smb, l2tp, proxy, sniffer, zerotier, bandwidth-test, email, hotspot, romon, socks. (yes | no; Default: yes, for enterprise mode)
|The list of available features, which can be controlled with the device-mode option.|
|activation-timeout (default: 5m);||The reset button or power off activation timer can be set in range 00:00:10 .. 1d00:00:00.|
|flagging-enabled (yes | no; Default: yes)||Enable or disable the flagged status. See below for a detailed description.|
|flagged (yes | no; Default: no)||RouterOS employs various mechanisms to detect tampering with it's system files. If the system has detected unauthorized access to RouterOS, the status "flagged" is set to yes. If "flagged" is set to yes, for your safety, certain limitations are put in place. See below chapter for more information.|
|mode: (home, enterprise; default: enterprise);||Allows choosing from available modes that will limit device functionality. In the future, various modes can could be added. |
By default, enterprise mode allows all options except container. So to use the container feature, you will need to turn it on by performing a device-mode update.
By default, home mode disables the following features: scheduler, socks, fetch, bandwidth-test, traffic-gen, sniffer, romon, proxy, hotspot, email, zerotier, container.
We see that fetch = yes and email = yes is missing, as they were overriden with the mode change. However, specifying only "per-feature" settings will change only those:
However, it is possible to add the configuration to a disabled feature, but there will be a comment showing about the disabled feature in the device-mode: