In the window, you can create a set of rules for filtering packets transmitted through a certain interface.
To open Network window
1.Open Dr.Web , then select .
2.In the open window, select the section.
3.Make sure Dr.Web operates in (the lock at the bottom of the program window is open ). Otherwise, click the lock .
4.Click the tile. A component parameters window opens.
5.Expand the group.
6.In the section click . A window with a list of network interfaces opens. For these network interfaces, rules have been set.
Figure 47. Sets of rules for network interfaces
7.For the required interface, select the appropriate rule set. If the appropriate rule set does not exist, you can .
Firewall uses the following predefined rule sets:
•—this rule set is used by default for new .
•—this rule set configures the component to pass through all packets.
•—this rule set configures the component to block all packets.
For fast switching between filtering modes, you can .
To list all available interfaces or add a new interface, click . This opens a window where you can select interfaces that are to be permanently listed in the table. Active interfaces are listed in the table automatically.
You can delete inactive interfaces by clicking .
To access the interface parameters, click on the interface name.
Packet filter settings
To configure the existing rule sets and to add new ones, go to window by clicking button.
Figure 48. Packet filter settings
On this page you can:
•Configure by adding new rules, modifying existing ones or deleting them.
•Configure advanced .
Do one of the following:
•To add a new set of rules for the network interface, click .
•To edit an existing set of rules, select the rule set in the list and click .
•To add a copy of an existing set of rules, select the rule set and click . The copy is added after the selected rule set.
•To delete the selected rule set, click .
In the window, you can select the following options:
Click to save changes or to exit the window without saving the changes.