Blocking all traffic from LAN to WAN for any IP in the range in LAN and permitting only for selected IPs

Started by kordy

i like this program really but i have one question , if i have a pc server using windows server 2003 and two ethernet one(10.0.0.0) with router and other with the network(192.168.0.0-255.255.0.0) and i need to block any traffic (from lan to wan) for any ip in this ip range in lan and permit only for just ips that i enter , what rules i have to make ? thanks
In this case the SoftPerfect Bandwidth Manager should be installed on the server your rules might be something like this:

Rule #0: Unlimited local communications
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Direction: Both
Rate: Unlimited
Source: Range: 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255
Destination: Range: 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255
Interface: LAN (one, which points to the local network)

Rule #1: Client N1
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Direction: Both
Rate: set as needed
Source: 192.168.0.2 (a client)
Destination: Any IP address
Interface: LAN (one, which points to the local network)

Rule #2: Client N2
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Direction: Both
Rate: set as needed
Source: 192.168.0.3 (a client)
Destination: Any IP address
Interface: LAN (one, which points to the local network)

...

Rule #N: Block the rest
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Direction: Both
Rate: Blocked
Source: Range: 192.168.0.0 - 192.168.255.255
Destination: Any IP address
Interface: LAN (one, which points to the local network)

The first rule permits unthrottled local communications, the rules two and three allows internet access for two specific addresses. The last rule prohibits any other traffic.
kordy

Re: block ips   22 February 2006, 06:19

thanks a lot , i'll try these and i'll reply if it success or not ...
kordy

Re: block ips   12 May 2006, 23:27

sorry i forgot to reply , it is working with me thanks Andrew

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