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    Default Understanding Untangle - Interfaces

    Hello -

    I followed the advice in this thread: 39613-how-isolate-vlans-2.html (sorry, can't post links yet)

    I have a firewall rule to block traffic from source (ANY Non-WAN) to destination (ANY Non-WAN). I have 2 lan interfaces on my Untangle Firewall...one is just a couple UniFi access points for all our devices. The other is a server, two NAS devices, and a Pi running some services. With this firewall rule, I don't get access between interfaces. But I'd like my WiFi devices to be able to access my Plex server, for example. This runs on port 32400. Do I create a firewall rule to allow traffic from any Non-WAN on port 32400 to destination IP of Plex Server? Would I put that above the block rule?

    Thanks for the help! Lots of good info on these forums.

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    First rule matches wins, so yes just make a pass rule above the block rule. You've already defined it pretty well too, just add all the flags to get the detail you described here and you're gold.
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    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Thanks. That was my assumption, just wanted a sanity check on my method. I've been running Untangle for about 6 months now, but I've been mostly focused on the best implementation of the web filter. Finally getting around to cleaning up some other areas of my home network.

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