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    theoneandonlydoge

    no this is important i need to have the internet

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    GamerZer0

    Good to know its doing its job perfectly 😆😆😆

    Good luck...

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    GamerZer0

    Unless you have a functionality issue(s)...

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    David Vaughan

    Doubtless you will have explained to the person who manages the Firewalla exactly why it is important that you have access you are currently denied, but it seems that rightly or wrongly they remain unconvinced about facilitating your "internet adventure".

    This is a human problem, not a Firewalla problem.

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    theoneandonlydoge

    Nope this is a firewalla problem.

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    David Vaughan

    Well, you have yet to explain a Firewalla problem. If you manage the Firewalla, have you any familiarity with the instructions, or are you in a position to explain what you have tried? If you do not manage it, then see my previous post. You could clarify that to start.

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    theoneandonlydoge

    Yes but is there anyway I could bypass the block

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    IHaveABigNetwork

    No, you'll have to undo the block in the configuration.

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    theoneandonlydoge

    can i undo it from a remote device?

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    mozarella

    if you have firewalla app on smartphone or tablet, which is paired to your firewalla, then you can do that also remote. Because firewalla app is connecting to firewalla cloud services.

    bypass firewalla, well you just could set emergency access for your device or disable the monitoring for your device. So there are no restrictions anymore for your device.

    or you could turn off monitoring for all devices or switch firewalla to limited mode, which will also disable the monitoring for all devices at once.

    You also could check what is be blocked and disable rules which block what you want to do. Or set up rules to allow the domains which are blocked.

    This is the firewalla part.

    but i also think, it's not a firewalla problem. Do you have management access to firewalla? Or is somebody else managing firewalla? If you don't have access, then it won't be allowed to bypass firewalla. Also in this case, it'll be possible to bypass firewalla. But you won't get any suggestion in that way, i think.

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    theoneandonlydoge

    Ok ill figure it out myself

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