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Updated:July 11, 2017
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Default Access Control Policy on the CVR100W VPN Router
The Access Control Policy gives control to the user to decide whether or not information from the device is shared or not. This feature can disable communication from the secure LAN to the insecure WAN. A user would want to restrain access through this policy if they felt the information that passed through the WAN was not secure.
This article explains how to configure the Default Access Control Policy on the CVR100W VPN Router.
Default Access Control Policy
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration utility and choose Firewall > Access Control > Default Access Control Policy. The Default Access Control Policy page opens:
Step 2. Choose one of the following in the Default Policy for Outbound Traffic field:
• Allow — This allows all information to pass through the WAN and leave the system if needed. To keep information less secure but easier to access, click the Allow radio button.
• Deny — This denies information to pass through the WAN port and leave the system to keep information under the most security possible. Hosts from the LAN port can still communicate even if the WAN port is disabled. If there are any doubts about security of outgoing information, click the Deny radio button.