Well, 184.108.40.206 maps to
api.turris.cz and 220.127.116.11 is
There are several tasks that might cause that. It’s an intended behavior - for instance, updater used our own internal CA, so it checks for CRL periodically - the check is done over HTTPS too. There are several similar things, containing no or minimal details about the router.
All the software we deploy on routers is open source, so you can read its source code if you wish.
And after all, you have root access to the router, so you can disable most/all of the things if you wish.
- scripts that run at boot time are in
- scripts that run periodically are in
Just keep in mind that the provided scripts have certain reason and they form the router environment - software developers expect that they are present and working. If you decide to disable/remove them, you have an unsupported use-case and some functionalities of the router will most likely not work.