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Kudos0

How to block ports on particular network interface

I have several network interfaces on my computer and would like to block traffic from all but one port on a particular interface. Norton firewall seems to only allow rules which apply to all network interfaces. Is there a way to set up rules for a given interface, similar to Linux?  I.E. For interfaces "local area 1" and "local area 2" I would like to block all traffic from "local area 2" except for port 443, for example, while letting the normal firewall rules apply to "local area 1".

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Kudos0

Re: How to block ports on particular network interface

Warning : I dont know if this will work. You may need to tweak your interfaces for that. Its not directly possible via Norton product, but assigning static IP addresses to each interface and configuring firewall rules (not program rules) accordingly in Norton product may help you.
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