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    Default v10 Firewall Rules for IPv6

    I tried to add a firewall rule to block certain IPv6 traffic to the local network and the rule just removed the address I typed.

    I was told by sales that all the "Apps" support handling IPv6 traffic.

    Is there a special way I need to format a IPv6 address in a firewall rule?

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    I thought that the modules did not support IPv6 directly.

    So the better question is how do I work around this issue?

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    Correct, The apps do not support IPv6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Correct, The apps do not support IPv6.
    Ok, but you did not answer the the question. What is a work around to this problem?

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    There is no work around, Untangle can only pass through IPv6. You can either turn the protocol off, or control it with another device.
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    Isn't there a way to write something via the command line. Or even better use the Filter rules in the Network section. That is not part of an App so it should be supported there?

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    Yes, you can use ip6tables.
    http://ipset.netfilter.org/ip6tables.man.html
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    That is a standard package that is installed I would guess?

    I am very familiar with it.

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    Yes, that is correct. Works just like any other linux server.

    Just beware this warning before proceeding: http://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/Console#Terminal
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