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kolorasta
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Drop all P2P except emule

Wed Jan 17, 2007 6:30 pm

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If I put this firewall rule with DROP in the action tab... what happens?
1. It drops everything except emule?
or
2. It drops every p2p except emule?

How can I drop all p2p except emule?
 
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Wed Jan 17, 2007 7:16 pm

I'm unsure on your question, but one way to accomplish the same goal would be to create a jump rule to send all p2p traffic to a "p2p" chain. In that P2P chain mark all "edonkey" packets to get returned/accepted and drop everything else.
 
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Wed Sep 19, 2007 10:30 pm

I'm unsure on your question, but one way to accomplish the same goal would be to create a jump rule to send all p2p traffic to a "p2p" chain. In that P2P chain mark all "edonkey" packets to get returned/accepted and drop everything else.
Willdbill, would you mind explaining it a bit more?
I am just learning to use MT and I am not sure how to do this thing.
Thank you!!
 
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Re: Drop all P2P except emule

Mon Sep 24, 2007 3:28 pm

Wildbill442 suggestion sounds good,
- create one rule with action=jump jump-target=P2P p2p=all-p2p;
- return 'edonkey' or any other traffic with action=return;
- block other p2p traffic with action=drop.

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