Topic: geting started questions



  • i am looking for a specific type of plug in for PFS

    there is a possibility  some of you might remember  Outpost Firewall Created by Agnitum, there was a feature it had that i am looking for ( https://alternativeto.net/software/outpost-firewall-pro/ )

    in this program you were able to watch  traffic real time GUI with a line of data classified how and what you chose to show. the ability to right click on it, stop the flow, and chose what type of restrictions to implement into the firewall for that specific address, or general domain was a incredible volume more effective, faster, and efficient that a CLI table modification.

    maybe a combo of different packages, or plugins combined to make this happen?

    that type of interface and control is what i am looking for.

    if anyone has a general name, classification, or maybe even a plug in i can look up and research i can get headed into the correct direction.

    your help will be greatly appreciated. thank you.



  • i have learned that what i am looking for is called a utm (unified threat management)

    i can not get a copy to play with for experimentation, and it looks like it is a standalone that will not play with sense OS

    now, seeing as how this would be a total game changer and everyone would benefit from it, and everyone needs it
    the #1)  question is why do we not already have it
    and 2)  what do we have to do in order to get it

    so this leads me to wonder if there is a plug in, or set of accumulative  plug-ins available that i am not seeing

    again after all this i want to keep a diligent focus on my end goal

    i NEED to be able to watch  traffic real time GUI, with a line of data classified how and what you chose to show. the ability to right click on it, stop the flow, and chose what type of restrictions to implement into the firewall for that specific address, or general domain as a incredible volume more effective, faster, and efficient that a CLI table modification.


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