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minifridge1138

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Hello everyone,

I want to setup my Time Capsule to block/drop all traffic to a specific internal ip address and port.

How do I set that up with AirPort Utility?
For example, I don’t want anything connected to my network to access 192 . 168 . 100 . 1 : 8080

Blocking is great. I’d also be happy if it just redirected to a black hole and timed out.
Thanks!
 
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minifridge1138

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Small update - I've figured out how to block network access to an IP Address on my Mac using the pf tool, but that only blocks connecting to it from that Mac. I want to do this at the networking level, not on each device (plus pf isn't an option for iPad / iPhone so it doesn't solve my problems).
 
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satcomer

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Small update - I've figured out how to block network access to an IP Address on my Mac using the pf tool, but that only blocks connecting to it from that Mac. I want to do this at the networking level, not on each device (plus pf isn't an option for iPad / iPhone so it doesn't solve my problems).

Your use a DNS misdirection to an internal wiki page! I do this with OpenDNS.com all the time!
 
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