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Trying to block all ports but what is needed

I have edge router x

trying to block all ports on my system besides what is needed. That said for testing I want to try and get port 80 to work and block the rest. I cant even get port 80 allowed. See setup below.

 

 

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Re: Trying to block all ports but what is needed

Hello scubieman

All TCP ports are blocked on default with the exception of 22 (SSH), 53 (DNS), 80 (HTTP) and 443 (SSH).

 

Are you trying to setup a web-domain (HTTP-service) on the local network?

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Re: Trying to block all ports but what is needed

Just block a NVR that runs on windows from the internet.

 

It doesnt need the internet. If i need to view the NVR i will VPN in.

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Re: Trying to block all ports but what is needed


@pazia wrote:

All TCP ports are blocked on default with the exception of 22 (SSH), 53 (DNS), 80 (HTTP) and 443 (SSH).

 

This is not correct.  Assuming you ran the Basic Wizard, all inbound ports (WAN to LAN) are blocked by default including 22, 53, 80, and 443.  All outbound ports (LAN to WAN) are allowed by default.  Any ports you want to allow inbound have to be explicitly configured.

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Re: Trying to block all ports but what is needed

Q: What is needed?

A: Nothing

 

The default firewall. Done. 

 

All Inbound Dropped.

All Outbound Accept.

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