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manual:security [2015/05/20 08:47]
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manual:security [2015/05/20 08:51] (current)
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 Network policies are firewall rules for subscribers,​ they can be used to redirect, slow, deny or allow network traffic from and to a single subscriber device. To apply a network policy you can assign a rule or group of rules to a location or billing plan. When both a network-policy via billing-plan and location are applicable to a subscriber, the former take precedence (billing-plan over location). ​ Network policies are firewall rules for subscribers,​ they can be used to redirect, slow, deny or allow network traffic from and to a single subscriber device. To apply a network policy you can assign a rule or group of rules to a location or billing plan. When both a network-policy via billing-plan and location are applicable to a subscriber, the former take precedence (billing-plan over location). ​
  
-  * Drop +  ​* **Drop** \\ This will drop the packet without notifying the sender. The sender will likely time-out or stall the half-open connection. 
-  * Accept +  ​* **Accept** \\ Packets will be allowed through 
-  * Redirect +  ​* **Redirect** \\ Apply destination NAT to forwarded packets 
-  * Limit +  ​* **Limit** \\ Selectively forward and drop packets
     * per Packets     * per Packets
     * per Connections     * per Connections
manual/security.txt · Last modified: 2015/05/20 08:51 by ewald