Section 3 - Configuration
The IPv4/IPv6 Rules section is an advanced option that lets you configure what
kind of traffic is allowed to pass through the network. To configure the IPv4
rules, from the Firewall Settings page click IPv4 Rules. To configure IPv6 rules,
from the Firewall Settings page click IPv6 Rules. To return to the main Firewall
Settings page, click Advanced.
To begin, use the drop-down menu to select whether you want to ALLOW or
DENY the rules you create. You can also choose to turn filtering OFF.
If you wish to remove a rule, click on its trash can icon in the Delete column. If
you wish to edit a rule, click on its pencil icon in the Edit column. If you wish to
create a new rule, click the Add Rule button. Click Save when you are done. If
you edit or create a rule, the following options will appear:
Enter a name for the rule.
Source IP Address
Enter the source IP address range that the rule will apply to, and using
the drop-down menu, specify whether it is a WAN or LAN IP address.
Enter the destination IP address range that the rule will apply to, and
using the drop-down menu, specify whether it is a WAN or LAN IP
Protocol & Port
Select the protocol of the traffic to allow or deny (Any, TCP, or UDP)
and then enter the range of ports that the rule will apply to.
Use the drop-down menu to select the time schedule that the rule
will be enabled on. The schedule may be set to Always Enable, or
you can create your own schedules in the Schedule section. Refer to
Refer to Schedule on page 62 for more information.
Click Apply when you are done.
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