[Quiz #1] Rule Creating

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  1. Phant0m

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    Rule Creating with Look ‘n’ Stop
    {Quiz #1}

    Not necessarily an easy thing for most but with little guidance you can conquer this easily!

    Let’s begin…

    QUESTION #1: What are the differences between 1st attached Image and the 2nd Attached Image?

    QUESTION #2: What are these two rule purpose?


    QUESTION #3: If I was to import these two rules into EnhancedRulesSet.rls, roughly where would these go?
     

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    2nd Attachment!
     

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    Nonono! Looks like I’m going to be forced to give all you wilders folks a failing mark…. :rolleyes:
     
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    1 - Question

    - You changed the Source (PC) TCP/UDP port instead being in A B range to equal on a 80 www-http range

    - You change the destination (PC) TCP/UDP port from equal to an A B range with settings of 1024-5000

    - therefer altering the process of the information sending and receiving on the specified channels to match a criteria
     
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    Congratulations FluxGFX!!!!!!

    I’m happy to announce that you just received a karma cookie!!!!

    Remember there are still two more Questions to be answered; if you can answer them don’t hesitate! ;)
     
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    QUESTION #2: What are these two rule purpose?

    Then I would imagine that this change would be in the purpose of running a webserver.... why would you only want pour 80 to be open and an access range to ben able to be open on range..!? am I wrong?
     
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    You probably figured I would answer the questions lololol :)
     
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    Hey FluxGFX

    Alright, so which rule is meant to be a server rule and what is the purpose of the other rule? :rolleyes:
     
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    Well second picture would be the server rule

    .... now the first picture....
    - Would it be for the allowed port range?!
     
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    Hey FluxGFX

    Besides noticeable differences in both those images of the rules, the 2nd attached image is of the server rule, the rule which is capable of being used to authorize OR block initiating Connections from remote machines. As for the 1st attached image, this is of a client rule, the rule which is capable of being used to authorize OR block initiating Connections to remote machines.

    I hope those karma cookies of mine are yummy! Congratulations man!!!!

    Remember there is still one more Question to be answered; if you can answer it don’t hesitate! ;)
     
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    I'll leave that last karma cookie to someone else :)
     
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    Come on folks!!!!! The third question is crucial!

    And I’m not about to freely hand out the answer to it until someone makes an attempt!
     
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    hi phantom, is it under "tcp: block incoming connections". :doubt:

    regards,
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    Hey reneighd

    In reference to both rules? or?
     
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    hi phantom, yes both rules goes under "tcp: block incoming connections". *puppy*

    regards,
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    Hey reneighd

    Any client rules which authorizes TCP initiating Connections to remote machines always gets placed below the rule named “TCP : Block incoming connections”, but if you want to apply for a server you place the rules above the rule named “TCP : Block incoming connections” to authorize TCP initiating Connections from remote machines… ;)
     
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    hi phantom, what i meant was above not below ( it was a typo, hahahahahaha ) j/k. thanks for that info. :) ( i learned something new again :cool: )

    regards,
    reneighd :D
     
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