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I need "detailed" instructions on how to block incoming IP's on our SonicWall TZ190.  Step by Step, please.
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The first article is for blocking users from accessing web sites.  I need to block "incoming".  The second article might apply, but doesn't give step-by-step and is a different model.
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That video would have been perfect, except you have to pay $49 for it to complete.
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I found this one

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Hardware/Networking_Hardware/Routers/Q_26941289.html

They are talking about creating a rule

Do you have any rules in your Sonic?

also

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DA6amYsJBGo
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the first linkis the same as one you gave earlier, just with a different url.  I found the attached.  What do you think?
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yes that looks good.

Here is another article for your reading

http://community.spiceworks.com/topic/145142-how-do-i-block-inbound-or-outbound-access-to-a-specific-ip-address-in-tz-210

The geo-ip filter is something to look into It blocks by country.
So if you are getting a lot of attacks from China with geo-ip you can blacok the entire country.

But you need the corret software version that would be a call to Sonic.
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thanks.  The last article was the most helpful.
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