So I have previously believed that setting up a wireless network with cfw was a set it and forget it type thing. The prompt pops up asking for a home, public, etc classification and you pick one and you leave the rest to the firewall.
But I’ve noticed that my computers ipv4 address will change from time to time, for example from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.10 and so forth from day to day. When my prompt first popped up upon setting up the cfw yesterday, I picked home network and it read 192.168.1.10/24
Now today I checked the cfw logs again to see if an issue I’ve been having had been resolved, and my computers ipv4 addy has changed.
So I’m wondering if I should have the firewall set up in a different way to account for these changes, or is cfw already accounting for them.
Thanks for your help.