By using firewall policies, you can allow certain types of network traffic. In the section Network > Firewall Policies, all firewall policies that you have configured are displayed in a table. This table lists the most important information for each firewall policy:
Name: The name assigned to the firewall policy. You can change the name at any time.
Status: The current status of the firewall policy.
- Active: The firewall policy is active.
- Disabled: The firewall policy is disabled.
- Configuring: The configuration of the firewall policy will be changed.
- Deleting: The firewall policy will be deleted.
Port: Port(s) for which the firewall policy applies.
To display all data for a specific firewall policy, click its name. The list includes the following additional data:
Action: Specifies which traffic in the firewall rule is allowed
Allowed IP: IP address(es) for which incoming traffic is allowed.
Protocol: The protocol through which the data connection is established.
Port(s): Port used for the data connection.
Description: The description of the firewall policy. You can change the description at any time.
Clicking the INSERT DEFAULTS button opens up a selection of standard firewall rules that you can use to quickly configure your firewall policy.
Assigned IP: Servers and IP addresses assigned to the firewall policy.
Creation Date: The date on which the firewall policy has been created.
History: The list of all actions taken so far.