Bypass/Disable Policy for destination address.

L1 Bithead

Of course there are different IPs I'm trying different configuration from different PC.

But no result with rule 3 or 4 as I expect.


The rule 3 is as you describe before, (source address and destination address) but if try no works, or I check with "highligt unused rules" it marks the rule.


So source IP can be any in the Lan basically destination ip can be something else; but my goal is not to set the client IP on the rule, but only the destination IP if them change; if possibile, of course.

Cyber Elite


Try the following:

Source Zone = trust

Source IP = any

Destination zone = Untrust_IS

Destination IP's = (or group or IP/s subnets etc.


Also make sure to enable the rule as they appear to be disabled, all italics, at the moment.



L1 Bithead

It was my first try before write in this blog, but doesn't work.

Next I try adding the source IP also and doesn't work too (see rule 3).


Cyber Elite


Not sure what is happening incorrectly. However these policies should work correctly. Please make sure that the policies have the proper fields filled in, the policy is enabled, and the configuration is commited.


If this still doesnt work, I say contact support.



L1 Bithead

OK so, I need to contact support.

Thanks for your help.

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