Adam Nellemann wrote:
> As far as I know this isn't currently possible (that is, apart from X-Y
> port ranges), not with the webGUI at least (it is probably possibly to
> do with the right cmd. line, but I wouldn't know?)
> There have been a few requests (including one of my own) for some kind
> of "port alias" list, much like the current IP/Network aliases, but for
> ports. The idea being that you could add named ports and ranges to such
> a list, and then have them appear in the "To" and "From" port dropdowns
> in apropriate places.
This would be even better :). Are there any plans that this could be
part of the next release of m0n0wall?
> I don't know if this is something that is being considered for
> implementation, but if it is, I guess it would be nice if such a feature
> allowed for such "complex" port ranges (ie. a comma seperated list of
> ports and/or ranges).
And it would be nice for IP-Ranges as well :).
> If the underlying programs (ie. ipfw and dummynet etc.) actually has
> support for such "complex" port ranges, it might even lower the number
> of actual (generated) rules for these, which might make things a bit
> faster for some configurations? (And if not, at least it won't make
> things slower, since the generated rules should ammount to the same set
> of rules as what you would currently have to do by hand.)
I thought the same and was hoping that maybe a future (near future :))
version of m0n0wall supports it.