WAN logs, portscans, DOS attacks, any of that?

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    mastadon extinction

    Vpn client primarily but both would be even better.
    Ideally I envision an extended family with each unit having a firewalla and each connected to each other's firewallas via VPN tunnels. Routing rules would be used to push traffic out appropriate gateways so all nodes(family units) would have essentially a mesh secure wan.

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    mastadon extinction

    I know you could probably do it via cli , but let's face it my aunt can't even if I spent 3 days teaching her and neither could my father in law BUT I'd it was as simple as it is within the app, they could. Privacy and anonymity is a big market nowadays. Giving your customers the ability to do this within groups of friends ir families and easily share Home Lans or certain assets in the network with geographically separated family members would be huge ESPECIALLY with covid lockdowns.

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    Bob

    +1

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    W PJ

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    Any updates on this??

     

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    networker5

    I have QNAP.. They have a built in firewall (which is definitely not a great model to emulate in general) but they have a great feature where, based on a rule (e.g. 50 alerts) it will trigger a packet capture that can be later downloaded and analyzed in wireshark or similar. 

    I'm very frustrated by strange things happening on the network, firealla flags them (like "uploads") and the IP address is meaningless (e.g. amazon or google) so now I know something might be happening but no idea what it is....

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