Help config ZyXel P-660H-T1 v2 firewall

Posted on 2011-10-11
Last Modified: 2012-08-14
Can anyone explain for me how ZyXel P-660H-T1 v2 firewall rules work?

Do I have to DROP all connection first, then PERMIT specific port, ip, ip range ... in order.

Or I have to PERMIT specific port, ip, ip range ... then DROP all connection in the end.

May be a clear explaination how its firewall ACL work would be helpful.

Thank you :)
Question by:rvc-it
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    Accepted Solution

    Default it is dropped :D you need to allow specific PORT on specific IP.

    That tick options there for dropping like no web from wan to lag is if you want to block some special service :D

    So you are secure on the start :D

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    Thanks for you reply.

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