[FW] Allow All Trafic in trusted zone

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  1. seb2020

    seb2020 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    I have a question about the firewall. I use ESET Endpoint Security 5.0.2122.1 in my office with ERA. I have defined a trusted zone with my subnet from my office.

    In the rules, I have the default rules. Now, here is my problem. I want when my computer is in trusted zone, it can make all trafic in/out. So, basically, I want when my computer is in office (=trusted zone) i don't want filtering.

    How I can do that ?
     
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    Nobody know how to do that ?
     
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    Please explain what kind of communication you'd like to have blocked/allowed when a computer is in the Trusted zone and when in a non-authenticated zone.
    Perhaps using automatic firewall profile switching with different rules bound to a specific firewall profile would work for you.
     
  5. seb2020

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    When the computer is in the Office, I want autorise all the trafic from/to trusted zone.
    When the computer is not in the Office, I want to have de default rules apply.

    I will check with the "automatic firewall profile switching". I don't know this feature.
     
  6. seb2020

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    I have try to make some settings. I think my subnet is not detected as "Trusted zone".

    How I can verify that my subnet that I have defined in the "Trusted zone" is correctly detect ?
     
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    so you want any machine in the office to be able to pass the firewall for any kind of traffic... any machine that has infection in the office (it can happen) - will be able to pass the firewall - that's not a very good idea imo...
     
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