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Disable Stateful Firewall completely for a SSID/Virtual AP?

Is it possible to disable the Firewall Functionality for a single SSID/Virtual AP completely (individually)?

(Currently Running 6.4.4.16)

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Re: Disable Stateful Firewall completely for a SSID/Virtual AP?

- You would have to configure the assigned role to have only the "allowall" ACL

 

Roles are configured under Configuration> Wireless > Security> Access Control.

 

Having a firewall policy is an integrated part of the infrastructure and it cannot be just removed; it must be made more permissive.

 

 

 


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Re: Disable Stateful Firewall completely for a SSID/Virtual AP?

Hello Colin,

thanks - ok, that does what i was looking for!

 

Of course you normally wouldn't want to do so in general.

But i want to create a completely "open" SSID, for an isolated VLAN that's only tunneled through the network to a dedicated gateway with no other connections possible whatsoever (also inter-user-traffic in that net is being denied).

I only care about bandwidth / usage, any further security issues (access-control, firewalling etc.) have to be dealt with behind that gateway (and they are)! 

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