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Topic: Lan to Lan rule check  (Read 2670 times)
« on: September 23, 2012, 07:38:05 »
morthawt *
Posts: 20

I had made rules before based on IPSEC people not being able to access anything other than port 21 on my home PC. I was experimenting with lan to lan rules, after having forgotten I had done it with IPSEC to Lan on IPcop. m0n0 does not complain when you try and make lan to lan rules. It genuinely looked like I could block ICMP traffic or block windows file sharing ports from lan computers to other lan computers. This confused me but I took the lack of erroring to mean some how m0n0 had a way of restricting traffic internally that I was not aware of. That is, until a moderator here confirmed that lan to lan rules are impossible, which is what was making sense to me aside from the rule creation not having any errors.
« Reply #1 on: September 23, 2012, 10:26:26 »
Lennart Grahl ***
Posts: 153

I might be wrong but I think these rules can be used for bridged networks.
« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2012, 17:07:32 »
morthawt *
Posts: 20

By bridged network what are you referring too? I have found no options in there to bridge any adapters together.
« Reply #3 on: September 23, 2012, 18:21:41 »
Fred Grayson *****
Posts: 994

Add an additional interface (such as OPT1) in Interfaces: Assign network ports.

Configure and enable the new interface in Interfaces: Optional 1 (OPT1). Select the interface you want OPT1 to be bridged with.

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