Is this a bad rule?

I have the following network control rule:

ALLOW and LOG IP IN or OUT FROM IP [Any] TO IP 192.168.1.100 WHERE APPROTO IS ANY

My IP is 192.168.1.100 because I am using a wireless router, and I set up a website and server so that people can view pictures (or whatever I put in Apache web folder) on my computer from wherever. I am a firewall noob, and that is the only rule that I could think of that would allow me to view the web site from outside my home network. I just don’t want anyone to view or control anything else outside of the Apache web folder.

Any thoughts? If I’m being a moron and need to change the rule, please let me know!

Thanks in advance

I assume you’re using CFP 3?

2.4.18

Should I get v3?

Yep. Definitely. Uninstall CFP 2 & download+ install CFP 3 here.

Before you download CFP3… You must be running Windows XP or Vista. CFP3 will not run on Windows 2000.

:-TU