I seem to have a bit of an issue with our Business Router - it's a TL-ER6120.
So, we have a larger LAN, with subnet 255.255.248.0.
There is one specific IP, 192.168.169.9 that must only be able to talk to 192.168.168.4 (the TP-Link Router) - no other IP on the LAN.
I set up a firewall rule that does not work - the router does not block anything. There is one thing - the output of the router is connected
to a switch (only one LAN port is used).
Is there any solution that i can make the .169.9 IP only see the router and not the rest of the local network ?
|2||Allow_Routers||192.168.169.9||Me||Allow||ALL (all ports)||LAN (LAN Interface)||
|3||Block LAN for .9||192.168.169.9||!Me||Block||ALL (all ports)||LAN (LAN Interface)||Any (Time)|
I did define the 192.168.169.9 address in the Preferences > IP Group & IP Address but, still, no effect.
Do i have to plug the .169.9 client directly to the router for this to take effect ? Thanks !