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Block ISP interface
Block ISP interface
2021-03-01 23:00:14 - last edited 2021-08-17 13:53:11
Model: OC200  
Hardware Version: V1
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Hello community. help please how to block my ISP modem interface in Omada SDN OC200?

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2021-08-16 15:58:27 - last edited 2021-08-17 13:53:11

@Ser 

 

Im guessing you are looking to block access to the gateway / Router interface.   This can be done via an ACL rule

 

1. under settings, profiles, groups.. create a new group and select    IP Port Group -  Add the subnets (IP address) you wish to block on a /32 and ports 80,8080, 443 and 22

 

 

2. Under network security, ACLs create a new switch ACL

setup as below, blocking network access to the IP Group you created in step 1

 

 

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Re:Block ISP interface
2021-03-02 11:13:46

Dear @Ser,

 

Hello community. help please how to block my ISP modem interface in Omada SDN OC200?

 

May I know your network requirements in more detail? Why do you need to block the ISP modem interface?

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2021-08-16 13:48:45

@Fae because i use it as hotspot and may use wifi hotspot and i need to secure it from hackers

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2021-08-16 15:58:27 - last edited 2021-08-17 13:53:11

@Ser 

 

Im guessing you are looking to block access to the gateway / Router interface.   This can be done via an ACL rule

 

1. under settings, profiles, groups.. create a new group and select    IP Port Group -  Add the subnets (IP address) you wish to block on a /32 and ports 80,8080, 443 and 22

 

 

2. Under network security, ACLs create a new switch ACL

setup as below, blocking network access to the IP Group you created in step 1

 

 

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Re:Block ISP interface
2021-08-17 13:53:49

@Philbert thank you so much, this is it

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