Decided to try looknstop again after having some bad experiences with slow speeds with some traffic in version 2.05 with spi on. Running good so far, but I do have a question. I have had experience with many advanced ruleset firewalls such as chx-i and kerio 2x, but looknstops terminology always confuses me a bit. Specifically the rule creation and what looknstop calls inbounds/outbounds. Now i would think that would mean to allow traffic both incoming and outgoing on whatever rule you create correct? So why for example a browser which only needs outbound tcp traffic as its not acting as a server have to be set as inbound/outbound why does looknstop block it if its just set as outbound? Does this have anything to do with loopback of network services and if so why not just offer a separate rule for loopback services?