USB WriteProtector V1.2 USB
On the Raspberry Pi 2B v1.2, 3A+, 3B, Zero 2 W, and Compute Module 3, 3+ you must first enable USB host boot mode. This is to allow USB mass storage boot, and network boot. Note that network boot is not supported on the Raspberry Pi 3A+ or Zero 2 W.
If you are unable to use a particular USB device to boot your Raspberry Pi, an alternative for the Raspberry Pi 2B v1.2, 3A+, 3B and 3B+ is to use the special bootcode.bin-only boot mode. The Raspberry Pi will still boot from the SD card, but bootcode.bin is the only file read from it.
This section describes how network booting works on the Raspberry Pi 3B, 3B+ and 2B v1.2. On the Raspberry Pi 4 network booting is implemented in the second stage bootloader in the EEPROM. Please see the Raspberry Pi 4 Bootloader Configuration page for more information.We also have a tutorial about setting up a network boot system. Network booting works only for the wired adapter built into the above models of Raspberry Pi. Booting over wireless LAN is not supported, nor is booting from any other wired network device.
On 24th October 2002, we introduced the ability to rebuild and export cached pages to NetAnalysis v1.25. Over the years, this functionality has been extremely helpful in providing the necessary evidence in a whole host of forensic investigations. 1e1e36bf2d