My ADSL connects via a dial-up connection, of which I have two; one which I use for international traffic and the other which I use for local/national traffic.
My problem is that when I have both connections active, Comodo’s rules only seem to affect one of them (connection A), the other connection’s traffic (connection B) is unaffected by any rules that I define (i.e. all traffic is allowed on connection B). Furthermore, any applications / connections that are making use of connection B do not show up in the Active Connections window.
My question is: have I broken something, is this expected behaviour, or is it a bug? If it’s something that I’ve broken, any ideas on how I can fix it?
Thanks for any help you might be able to offer.
I am using Route Sentry (allows you to log in to two ADSL accounts simultaneously and modifies routing tables to route local traffic through one connection and international through the other connection).
Route Sentry makes use of RASPPPOE (which I used to create the two dial-up connections).
My firewall rules are set up to block all traffic for all applications (this rule is right at the bottom of the Application Rules list). Above this rule are specific “allow” rules (that I have manually defined for selected applications).
Firewall version: 3.10.102363.531
OS: Windows XP Pro SP 2 (with no firewall previously installed)