Christiaens Joachim wrote:
>What Chris could do, is just create a rule that blocks all out:80 traffic
>and a rule to let this traffic pass for some clients. Just disable this
>pass-rule (that is put higher than the block-rule) by default and enable
>when direct access is needed.
This is exactly what I do. Last night I was just thinking that it would
nice to be able to just hit "Apply" to one "saved rule set" and then hit
"Apply" to a different one to close up the holes temporarily poked
through. Don't know how useful this would be -- probably not a lot for
most people. (Then again, companies do sometimes poke holes temporarily
-- I've known it to happen -- so maybe it would be.) As it stands, your
idea being what I do do, I still have to go and enable/disable those
rules and hit "Apply."
>Nothing to do with what Bart suggested, I think, but I might have missed
Right. Manual clarified. I think Bart's idea is a good one. The good
practice of abstraction.
chris at technologEase dot com