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    Default Policy for IOT Traffic

    Can the Policy manager be used with different apps installed to only apply to a certain vlan ?

    Kinda like this ?

    Idea is to ski all the apps on the Default home policy and only give access to internet *out*

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    I am doing this today, I created independent policy stack and then have two rules one for devices that are directly tagged IoT for those devices that don't behave well on a independent VLAN and then for devices that are on the IoT VLAN:

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    Yes, that's exactly correct. Any traffic originating from your IOT VLAN and destined to your External interface — i.e., to the internet — will be processed through the IOT Network policy and only subject to those apps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gravenscroft View Post
    Yes, that's exactly correct. Any traffic originating from your IOT VLAN and destined to your External interface — i.e., to the internet — will be processed through the IOT Network policy and only subject to those apps.
    Thanks sir ! I'm getting used to being back with Untangle.

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