I was going to finetune my firewall and noticed that the network zone got an upgrade as well.
However, it seems to be missing something.
I have a wireless Network with 4 PCs and only want to allow those 4 plus the router.
Well, I am using fixed IPs and that’s not really a problem. Especially since all IPs are in one range I have selected that.
Now, there isn’t really a problem but the ptential could be much larger if we were allowed to combine the options.
I can allow a specific IP, IP-Range, IP with subnet, a host name and a MAC.
Why am I not allowed to combine that? All those informations are fixed on my PCs.
It would be great if I could say:
Allow this IP with this subnet AND this host name AND this MAC to connect.
I know, I am wearing a tinfoilhat here but since the potential is there, why not use it?
Or is that possible but I didn’t find a way yet?
And no, this is not the same as creating separate rules for each because that would still leave more possible combinations.
From what I’ve understood, LuckyS wants one single rule where you can combine IP, MAC and host, instead of three seperate rules.
But let’s wait for LuckyS to answer, so we know if that’s the case or not.
As far as I understand it, the Test-Rule would allow the IP 220.127.116.11
It would also allow the MAC 2F-33-EE-40-33
and so on.
But the rule I would like to have would only allow the perfect match of all settings.
You would start a zone, for example “Home Wireless”.
Add the first PC with IP/Subnet and MAC
Add the second PC with IP/Subnet and MAC
And only if the IP, Subnet AND MAC match, they are allowed.