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masyusufs

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Dear KWF User,

I create scope in DHCP to limit IP address from 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.18 in order to block another IP to use internet connection. The limitation works but not with the blocking.

When I add new client to network and this client automatically get IP 192.168.0.19 and is able to use internet connection fully before I make change to the scope and make some rules.

How to make such additional client with IP outside the scope unable to use internet connection sharing?

Thank you.

I am novice to KWF so please answer in detail to my single question.
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Almok

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Make a Rule with this scope
Src: IP-scope
Dest: Internet
Service: http, https
Permit: Yes
Log: C
Translation: NAT def. out. interface

And set this rule upper than default NAT Rule, and in the default NAT rule delete HTTP-service.
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masyusufs

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Thank you Mr. Almok

I have set the rule but I'll inform you the result after some trial.

I am novice to KWF so please answer in detail to my single question.
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