The Network Services filter blocks the LAN to WAN packet exchanges and restricts devices from using specific network services.

For example, if you do not want the device to use the Internet service, key in 80 in the destination port. The traffic that uses port 80 will be blocked.

Leave the source IP field blank to apply this rule to all LAN devices.

Black List Duration : During the scheduled duration, clients in the Black List cannot use the specified network services. After the specified duration, all the clients in LAN can access the specified network services.

White List Duration : During the scheduled duration, clients in the White List can ONLY use the specified network services. After the specified duration, clients in the White List and other network clients will not be able to access the Internet or any Internet service.

 

Setting steps :

1. Select Yes to turn on the Network Services Filter.


2. Choose the White list or Black list in the Filter table type.


3. Chose the type of the application or you can define it by yourself.

 

4. Set the date/time range that you want to enable the Network Service Filter.


5. Enter in the ICMP packet types if needed.


6. Set up the Network Service Filter which will block the packet from the source IP.

(*The two options TCP and TCP All are the same. )

 

7. Click ”+” to add the setting to the Filter table.


8. Click Apply to save the settings.

 

How to get the (Utility / Firmware)?

You can download the latest drivers, software, firmware and user manuals in the ASUS Download Center.

If you need more information about the ASUS Download Center, please refer this link.