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    The map distribution is pretty cool.
    As I'm looking at it..I see circles marking TW, BD, PE, areas that make me go "Hmmm".
    I hover my cursor over them..and I'll see a session or 2 noted, and how much traffic is going there. But I can't find where to see what/where on my network...is reaching out across the globe to those spots. Is there a way to see what device/Host on my LAN is creating that session?
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    Click on "Sessions" in the upper right and look at the sessions.
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    Don't get too excited, I had several sessions going to Singapore which turned out to be Microsoft 2016 office licensing. Proves that geo-blocking can have unexpected issues. I did have once a connection to Antarctic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jcoffin View Post
    Don't get too excited, I had several sessions going to Singapore which turned out to be Microsoft 2016 office licensing. Proves that geo-blocking can have unexpected issues. I did have once a connection to Antarctic.


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    cool !!
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    The map distribution is pretty cool.
    As I'm looking at it..I see circles marking TW, BD, PE, areas that make me go "Hmmm".
    I hover my cursor over them..and I'll see a session or 2 noted, and how much traffic is going there. But I can't find where to see what/where on my network...is reaching out across the globe to those spots. Is there a way to see what device/Host on my LAN is creating that session?
    I have most of the known world blocked. Then 'as needed' allow specific things through. I haven't had an issue yet, and it's pretty obvious relatively quickly if you are blocking something important. Glad to see geo blocking in Untangle, it's something we've used for years with Fortinet. We have clients that only allow 5 countries in and out of their network. It can be uniquely effective if properly managed.

    As a result, my network activity is very cleanly constrained, no surprises.geo.png

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    Outstanding!! Thanks dev team.

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