I’ve read the manual and the Comodo help files and also the excellent FAQs on how to protect the wi-fi LAN but I’m not clear exactly what a trusted zone is.
3. On Comodo Personal Firewall, instead of adding your entire network range as a trusted zone, Add Only The IP Address of Your wifi-Router As Trusted. By this, even if someone succeeds in getting in your wifi-network, he won't have access at your computer and your personal documents.
I have a single computer (soon to be) connected to a Netgear gateway; I’m about to switch to ADSL broadband from dialup. I don’t understand why listing the router as trusted adds to security; it strikes me that I want Comodo to be distrustful of any data from whatever source - telling Comodo that the router is trusted surely makes it lower its guard? But then if I understood exactly what a trusted zone is, I’m sure the quote above would make sense to me.