LnS & NDAS... how to allow NDAS device & driver?

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  1. elyor

    elyor Registered Member

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    noob here,

    i have an NDAS device setup in my mini-LAN.

    NDAS management and service executables were already added in the application filtering as per vendor's recommendation...

    it can only be accessed if i allow the last rule "all other packets" under the internet filtering.
    since this last rule is required to block other unwanted packets, how do i set up a rule to specifically allow NDAS access?
     
  2. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    Hi,

    If you keep the ""all other packets" rule, what are the logged packets in Look 'n' Stop log page ?

    Frederic
     
  3. elyor

    elyor Registered Member

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    Hello Frederic,

    The logged activity is an Ethernet protocol(?) having a MAC address (not an IP) of the NDAS device...

    And left clicking on this only pops out a menu with only a 'look' button, no 'create a rule' button...
     
  4. Frederic

    Frederic LnS Developer

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    Hi,

    Yes, the create rule option is only for TCP/UDP/ICMP.

    What is the ethernet type displayed exactly, maybe a rule can be created (using the RawRuleEdition plugin) to allow this type.

    Otherwise if the MAC address is fixed and is specific to the NDAS device you want to use , you can create a rule that will allow any packet to/from this address.

    Frederic
     
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