Outbound only?


I would like to know if CPF have an option to disable its inbound protection?


Hi, I see no option other than removing network rule “block ip in”.

Thanks for your answer :slight_smile:

I can’t try CPF because of its installer, but would be nice to have an option to disable it, or we have to disable that rules…

Why not add this to the wish list? Cpf has a turn off feature, but turns off all network monitoring.

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Then, they already have this feature, because the Network Monitor is for incoming traffic :slight_smile:


It can be done very easily. Just take a look at this post

Turning off the Network Control, didn’t disable the incoming traffic?

If not, what does the Turn Off feature?

I am not really sure but if you disable it then most probably you will not be protected from external sources (internet or intranet). I think that this is the basic protection from external attacks.
Maybe egemen can explain better.


As previous posters told, disabling network monitor is enough to disable inbound defense. Ofcourse by inbound defense we mean incoming packet filtering.


That is what I want to know… :slight_smile: