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Firewall Network Isolation

    问题

  • I am looking to find out if network isolation is possible with the Win7 firewall.  ie if a machine is connected to both a wired and wireless the firewall rules should stop the two networks 'talking'.

    We have done this with other firewall products but I can't seem to find any options for doing this with the Win7 firewall.  We have the usual domain/private/public groups and I can't seem to see any options for isolating the connections/groups.

    Is this possible?

    Regards

    Matt

    2012年6月11日 9:49

答案

  • Hi,


    Base on my knowledge, I am afraid that the build-in Windows Firewall doesn’t have this feature you required. Thank you for your understanding.


    Regards


    Vincent Wang

    TechNet Community Support

    • 已标记为答案 MattB101 2012年6月19日 8:48
    2012年6月14日 1:44

全部回复

  • 1. Not sure what you want to achieve. What metric do you use?

    2. For higher security I would rely more on edge firewall.

    Regards

    Milos

    2012年6月11日 11:58
  • Hi,


    I would like to verify what kind of result you want to achieve?


    Regarding the Windows Firewall information, you can refer to Windows Firewall.


    Hope this helps.


    Vincent Wang

    TechNet Community Support

    2012年6月12日 9:14
  • The idea is to isolate each of the connections from the others so that traffic can't bridge across the two connections.  ie a user is both wired and wireless, and we want to ensure that traffic doesn't bridge the two connections.

    We have used the McAfee firewall previously which has this setting.  They call it 'connection isolation'.

    2012年6月12日 14:21
  • Hi,


    Base on my knowledge, I am afraid that the build-in Windows Firewall doesn’t have this feature you required. Thank you for your understanding.


    Regards


    Vincent Wang

    TechNet Community Support

    • 已标记为答案 MattB101 2012年6月19日 8:48
    2012年6月14日 1:44