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Configuring firewall rules

Hi,

When configuring firewall rules, I noticed "Local LAN" for Destination. I'm guess that's a special keyword that's use to identify the local LAN w/o having to put the IP address and subnet mask. I searching for documentation on this, but couldn't find it. Are there other keywords available that can be used?

 

Thanks in advance,

-Jerome

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Re: Configuring firewall rules

"Local LAN" = all RFC1918 address space.

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Re: Configuring firewall rules

Hello @diablo24. They "Local LAN" rule is a pre-defined rule that is used for Wireless Firewalls, for all Internal (Private RFC addresses). You won't be able to use "Local LAN" as a keyword in your firewall rules.

 

The only other Keywords I'm aware of is "ANY" for any and the ability to use "-" in-between port numbers, for example, 1-5000 would imply port numbers 1 to 500.

 

This document may also help understand the Firewalling rules construct in more detail - https://documentation.meraki.com/MR/Firewall_and_Traffic_Shaping/Firewall_Rules

 

 

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"Local LAN" = all RFC1918 address space.

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Thanks! Much appreciated!

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