how do you activate stateful inspection in LNS?

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  1. angarahad

    angarahad Registered Member

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    i'm sorry to bother y'all with a noobie question about setting up SPI in LNS--but i have exhausted myself with searching for the answer on my own--(altho i am certain it is probably obvious!)

    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showpost.php?p=315260&postcount=15
    quote from link--
    "LnS does not do Stateful Inspection by default, and if you activate it you are limited to 128 network connections in the current version. "


    so how does one go about activating this?

    any help is much appreciated!!

    Tina
     
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    the post only refers to enabling dll detection, however in the screenshot u can that u need to check "TCP Stateful Packet Inspection". why Blackspear didnt mention that along with the other options available there?
     
  4. angarahad

    angarahad Registered Member

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    thanks for the helpful answers--

    i was going to just delete my post--but haven't been able to find the "edit" button--even tho i'm logged in--so please consider this thread to be "closed".

    Thanks again!

    Tina
     
  5. ronjor

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    I take it you are good to go with LnS? :)
     
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    angarahad Registered Member

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    i am indeed "good to go" in regards to my LNS setup.

    i even found Phant0m's ruleset v6--and have that all configured too.

    it's good to feel more secure now!

    Thank you--
    Tina
     
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    Good to hear Tina. :)
     
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