Configure firewall rules for an IP address

You can specify the firewall rules of the IP address that is specific to a network location setting.

The Trust Zone in the View pane shows the IP addresses to or from which you allowed access attempts for a network location. The Block Zone in the View pane shows the IP addresses to or from which you blocked access attempts of a network location.

Configure firewall rules for an IP address

  1. In the Norton product main window, click Advanced.

  2. On the left pane, click Firewall.

  3. In the Connection Blocking row, click the settings icon.

  4. In the Connection Blocking window, in the Editing settings menu, select the network location.

  5. In the View menu, click Zones.

  6. Click Add IP address.

    You can also use the + sign next to the Block Zone or Trust Zone row to specify access settings for the IP address.

  7. In the Edit address window, select the default access setting option. Your options are:

    Allow

    Lets you allow the connections to or from all computers that exist on your network.

    Block

    Lets you block the connections to or from the computer with the IP address that you specify.

  8. In the address menu, select an option to specify the IP addresses of computers to which you want to apply the access settings. Your options are:

    All computers on my current network

    Lets you allow or block connections to or from all computers on your network.

    A single computer

    Lets you allow or block connections to or from the computer with the IP address that you specify.

    All IP addresses beginning with

    Lets you allow or block connections to or from computers with the base address that you specify.

    All IP addresses on a network

    Lets you allow or block connections to or from computers on a local network.

  9. Click Logging and notification settings to configure Norton product to maintain records and notify you about access attempts.

  10. Click Save.

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DOCID: v56197815_nsmac_retail_en_us
Operating System: Mac OS X
Last modified: 09/01/2017