On 08/27/2013 08:30 PM, Mark Sobell wrote:
Now the thing I am wondering about is
Permanent Configuration, ICMP Types tab, Destination tab, highlight
echo-request, tick IPv4 or IPv6.
I assume putting a tick next to IPv4 or IPv6 must limit which
destination the firewall blocks.
- tick IPv4 means firewall will block this ICMP Type for IPv4 (ICMPv4)
- tick IPv6 means firewall will block this ICMP Type for IPv6 (ICMPv6)
- having *both* ticket means block both ICMPv4 and ICMPv6
- having *none* ticket *also* means block both ICMPv4 and ICMPv6 <-
this has been very confusing in my point of view. Hopefully this commit
(see the comment there) makes the logic more understandable:
I also changed the label from
"If you specify destination addresses, the ICMP Type entry will be
limited to the destination."
"Specify whether this ICMP Type is available for IPv4 and/or IPv6."
If you think of something better, let me know.