Deleting a network packet rule
Oct 22, 2023
You can manually delete a network packet rule.
You can delete only one network packet rule at a time.
To delete a network packet rule, execute one of the following commands:
kesl-control -F --del-rule --name <
A network packet rule will be deleted by its name. If a list of network packet rules contains several rules with the same name, the application does not delete any of them.
kesl-control -F --del-rule --index <
A network packet rule will be deleted by its index in the network packet rules list.
A section with network packet rules settings is deleted from the configuration file of the Firewall Management task.
If the list of network packet rules does not contain a rule with a specified name or index, an error occurs.