Can select ip range in firewall rule??
HI , i want select ip range in firewall rule . like ( 10.0.0.1 10.0.0.10) …
There are single host or alias only and i have 60 users. thanks
EMWEE last edited by
U can create a alias from a text file with pfBlockerNG.
Well you do not really need any pfBlockerNG to create a single alias. Plus, this is completely automated under Firewall - Aliases - IP tab:
Host(s): "You may also enter an IP range such as 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.10 or a small subnet such as 192.168.1.16/28 and a list of individual IP addresses will be generated."
Network(s):" "You may also enter an IP range such as 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.254 and a list of CIDR networks will be derived to fill the range."
thanks for replay >
Firewall - Aliases - IP tab }} When choosing a host and enter an IP range such as 192.168.1.1-192.168.1.20 mask by default 32 i can't change it
Why would you change it? Just press save.
Because my subnet mask on my lan
OMG. So use Network(s) alias and enter the CIDR! The original request was for IP range which is exactly what I described. >:( ::)
Not to mention that you do not need any alias for your LAN net (or any other interface subnet) at all. It's available in the firewall rule's source/destination dropdown menu as "LAN net" (or SomeOtherInterfaceName Net).
Hosts-type IP range:
Networks-type IP range:
Done!!! Magic!!! 5 seconds job!!! Described in the GUI. Sigh.
2chemlud Banned last edited by
…just to add:
You can also simply enter, let's say
...and the alias will be created for all IP's in the subnet (does not matter that there is /32 greyed out in the entry mask)
phil.davis last edited by
And if you have a bunch of hosts, subnets, ranges with or without descriptions you can also quickly paste them into firewall_aliases_import and it generates a filled out alias with all the same sort of stuff as entering it field by field, row by row in the firewall_aliases_edit GUI.