On Tue, 9 Nov 2004 23:30:38 +0000, Brian Scanlan <singer at redbrick.dcu.ie> wrote:
>> > I've got one of Eircom's Cayman Netopia's routers (the wireless one,
> > though it doesn't maek too much difference). I'm wondering is there a
> > way to restrict a particular IP from accessing the WAN interface,
> > while allowing it to access the LAN?
>> When I go to:
>http://192.168.1.254/Firewall>> I get:
>> "No firewall-related features are enabled.
>> You may be able to extend the features of your Gateway by purchasing an Upgrade
> Key. A list of upgrades is available online at www.netopia.com."
>> From the notes on their website, it seems possible, but it's likely that you
> will need to either purchase a firewall upgrade from them or put a firewall
> in place in front of the router (maybe running Linux!).
Nah, adding a machine between the router and network in this case
isn't practical, unfortunately :S And the machine to be connected is
Win98, so blocking on that side isn't particularly practical.
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