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    [GT-AC5300] Outgoing port selective blocking

    Its been another week and I still am unable to block outgoing ports. Anyone have any ideas?
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    GTAC5300 log entries

    Good point about it already being blocked in this case. I tried outgoing ports but even though it says its there it doesnt really do it. as far as blocking incoming, I can block a single address but not a range. Kills me that this device has so much potential but falls short
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    GTAC5300 log entries

    Definitely no LG phone. wow, weird. and i would have thought it would show up on my client list. Any way I can block it? I wouldnt be surprised if I cant, according to Asus I cant block incoming blocks of addresses nor can I block outbound services, so Im learning while this thing looks neat...
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    GTAC5300 log entries

    I should have stated that, my apologies. No this MAC is not on my client list. Not even anything close (meaning 68 instead of 69 etc)
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    [GT-AC5300] Outgoing port selective blocking

    Because I always test my mail server, it is not an open relay, and for testing we shut down the entire mail server and still had the issue.
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    [GT-AC5300] Outgoing port selective blocking

    I dont seem to be doing it right, can you give me an example?
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    [GT-AC5300] where to map incoming ports

    after posting my last question (outgoing ports) it reminded me of another question I have. It seems like theres 3 places (that Ive found so far!) for places i can NAT incoming ports. For example I want a source IP of * on port 80 go to a single web server address inside, SMTP to my mail...
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    [GT-AC5300] Outgoing port selective blocking

    Hello. Ive been using a GT-AC5300 for some time now and I love it. Im trying to figure out how to block outgoing ports for everything other than 1 host. Reason: I have my own mail server which speaks SMTP (port 25) but it seems someone on the LAN has a virus and is spamming the world...
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