Quoteing from NetVeda's mail: Quote Safety.Net works below network layer so all the NAT or routed traffic will be statefully inspected (including content filtering). The internet Policies are applied to all traffic going thru internet adapters (local or routed from LAN). Additionally, you may use LAN Computer policies (by computer names/mac addresses/ip/subnet etc.) specific to network computers going thru your ICS. You can monitor the traffic in the network activity viewer (Lan Computers). One thing you can't police centrally (from ics computer) is the application specific controls for applications running on network computers. Otherwise you don't need to install Safety.Net on individual LAN computers. Hope this helps. Regards, NetVeda Support End Quote. This means, only the host machine would need to install the NetVeda firewall and all the machines on the LAN would be protected as well as controlled, this truly makes NetVeda unique in this sense and the only other software probably to my knowledge is Zone Alarm Pro which as a protect the ICS client feature but it does not come close to the control of NetVeda.