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Packet Filter Device Broadband Home Network Voice Firewall Diagnostics Firewall Packet Filter NAT/Gaming IP Passthrough Firewall Advanced Packet Filter Enable Filter On Off   Filter Rules List No Filter Rules have been defined Filter Rule Entry Action Drop Pass Source IP Address Range Destination IP Address Range Protocol ICMP None TCP UDP Source Port Destination Port ICMP Type   Help This page will allow you to configure the packet filters for packets received on the WAN interface. Action: Packets will be dropped or passed (forwarded) if they match the rest of the criteria in this rule. When a field is left blank, that aspect of the rule will match for all packets. Source IP Address Range: This field accepts either a single IP address, a range of IP addresses in the form "start address - end address", or a range in the form ipaddress/mask, where mask should be of variable length subnet mask format ranging from 0 to 32. If the packet source ip address falls in this range and the rest of the criteria matches, the rule is processed. This field is the IP address of a device on the Internet. Destination IP Address Range: Specify this field as described above for the Source IP Address Range. This field is the IP address of a LAN device. Protocol: Packets will be inspected for the specified protocol. If the protocol matches, this rule is processed. Source Port: Packets will be inspected for the source port if the protocol is TCP or UDP. If the source port matches, this rule is processed. Destination Port: Packets will be inspected for the destination port if the protocol is TCP or UDP. The the destination port matches, this rule is processed. ICMP Type: If the protocol is icmp, this field adds another criteria which must match in order for the rule to be processed. 2011 Motorola Mobility Intellectual Property.
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