I noticed if you add more than 10 access rules to the Access Rule table, you are unable to reorder past the first 10. Steps to reproduce: - Create 11 rules of the same stream direction, outbound or inbound (...I found the bug with outbound, did not test inbound). - try to reorder one of the first 10 rules to the end of the list, either by entering "11" manually, or by pressing the down arrow. System responds that "11" is an invalid number, or that the rule cannot be moved. This issue is not reported in the "Known Issues" section of the release notes for 22.214.171.124. Does this work for anyone else?
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Hello. I just set up a new RV180 router in a SOHO environment. A couple questions regarding the configuration possibilities: 1) Is there any way to deny static IP LAN traffic and force all clients to DHCP? It seems the RV180 is very "IP range" based, so I'm dividing user privileges based on IP grouping. It would be simple for a user to circumvent this by simply assigning a static IP address in a range that has higher access. 2) Is the Access Rules table a "first match" or "last action" type of table? Meaning... "first match": the first rule that matches all conditions is hit and the rest of the table is ignored. "last action": the last rule that matches all conditions to modify the traffic is what is used. The reason I ask this is I want to ban all outbound traffic from a range of IP except a handful of services, and there are multiple layers of internal IP ranges that will be allowed different levels of outbound access. Thanks in advance.
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