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Guru Elite

Re: IAPs and dealing with connecting to wireless clients

If you want traffic from a server, you need to define from that IP address to any allow.  If not, traffic back to a server requires that traffic is initiated by the client.

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MVP

Re: IAPs and dealing with connecting to wireless clients

In the IAP, how do we define "..from that IP address.."?

When creating the roles and adding rules, there is no source to destination, just destination.

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Guru Elite

Re: IAPs and dealing with connecting to wireless clients

In your diagram, the source is network.

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MVP

Re: IAPs and dealing with connecting to wireless clients

The source can only be a port, not a defined network.

 

So for instance, if my server subnet is 192.168.2.0/24.

And there is a server that initiates communication to a client over port 10086.

I would put the rule as follows?

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Sorry for all the stupid questions. I feel like I am missing something obvious.

MVP

Re: IAPs and dealing with connecting to wireless clients

A little update on this. I found that if I explicitly target a port in a rule, then then communicate will work in both directions. Doing an any any against a specific subnet isn't enough to allow all traffic to pass.

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