You can perform the following actions while managing network packet rules:
You can create a new network packet rule by creating a set of conditions and actions that is applied to network packets and data streams.
All network packet rules that are created by Firewall by default have Enabled status. When a network packet rule is enabled, Firewall applies this rule.
You can disable any network packet rule that is selected in the list of network packet rules. When a network packet rule is disabled, Firewall temporarily does not apply this rule.
A new custom network packet rule is added to the list of network packet rules by default with Enabled status.
After you create a new network packet rule, you can always return to editing its settings and modify them as needed.
In the list of network packet rules, you can edit the action that is taken by Firewall on detecting network activity that matches a specific network packet rule.
You can raise or lower the priority of a network packet rule that is selected in the list.
You can remove a network packet rule to stop Firewall from applying this rule on detecting network activity and to stop this rule from showing in the list of network packet rules with Disabled status.