NetCheck: Click and Create Rules
When you click on an IP address anywhere within PacketViper, you will launch NetCheck. Within NetCheck you can create instant rules. Once you have NetChecked an IP address you can create two types of Custom Rules, Single IP or for the network(s) it is associated with;
1. Single IP: Next to the IP address click the rule button. This will launch the custom rule window and with the pre-populate the IP address
2. Networks: In the Network Ranges area of NetCheck you with see the networks the IP address is associated with. Within the parenthesis, you can click the network addresses and launch the rule generator. Once launched you will see the rule pre-populated with the network ranges.
Custom Rules: Purpose of Interception Rules
Within the Custom Rules, you can create rules that intercept specific types of connections. In addition craft a custom message for the source which matches the custom rules. In order for the interception to function properly, an IP address must be ...
Custom Rules: Dragging and Dropping Rules
Watch Video Within Traffic Control --> Custom Rules you can drag rules from one group to another. Simply Go to Custom Rules Left click on the rule you wish to move, hold mouse button down Drag it to the grouping and release the mouse You rule will ...
Custom Rules: Attach Country/Company Grouping
Watch Video Using Custom Rules you can attach a custom grouping to the rule if you wish to filter multiple countries and companies. You can use this method to should you want to add more control above the country and company level filtering. Use ...
Q&A Can I add multiple IP addresses in Custom Rules or Triggers
Yes. You have to create a Network Grouping, then Apply is to the source or destination network/IP. You can not separate IP addresses with commas within Source/Destination network/IP fields.
Some Common High-Risk Ports
In PacketViper we will often use deception and dynamic perimeter technology to trap, observe, alert, and respond to certain patterns of traffic. One of the most invaluable tools in that sort of pattern analysis is the target or destination port that ...