What do these Global Rules meam?

what are the highlighted objects about?
p.s. im not the tc

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I just split your topic from the other topic.

The rules you highlighted are exceptions to the basic block rule at the bottom. The Allow IP Out rule allows all outgoing traffic. Outgoing traffic first gets processed by the Application Rules; they decide whether and how a program is allowed to call out.

The other two rules are exceptions for incoming ICMP traffic.

You should move the block rule “Allow All Incoming Request If The Sender Is In [Local Are Network #1]” to the bottom. The block rules are by definition at the bottom. Comodo reads Global Rules top down. It will read the Allowed In rules first before it will block.