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Im having a problem with filtering network traffic (eg i want to stop an ip address from my network accessing the internet)

Current Setup : network
kwf server: 2 nics address, Bridged to
ADSL Router:

Im trying to filter out eg from accessing
it will not work.
Rule: rule1,source- , Destination- ,service-any,action-Drop.

The rules only work for the kwf server only, it only blocks the server and not the traffic from the network

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I think you need to configure ADSL from KWF, por example:

KWF ip:
and the otherone any ip (it's only for dial the ADSL ) and connecting to ADSL modem (this must be setting in bridge mode !!)

then, any ip from the LAN it's configured with gateway: (kwf) and then, your traffic policies should be working fine.
Sorry for my english, thanks!

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Ok the
router (4 port router with adsl modem) is connected to the first network card
and the network is connectd to the second network card
I then bridged the 2 network cards to

I tried the above but it didnt work.
I dont need to dial an adsl connection mine is always connected.
I thought with Kwf i could filter the traffic from the bridge
and deny/allow whatever i wanted.

I setup a zone alarm firewall and all i had to do was bridge the 2 nic's and filer out what i needed to eg: ip address allow http this would open to http traffic.
Does kwf not work like that?

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Not when you have two nicks in Bridge mode.
This way, the two network cards pass packets without passing through KWF.

You should setup like this (other IPs can work to!)

ADSL <-10.0.0.x/24 -> KWF <- 10.0.1.x/24 -> Network
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