Is it possible to disable the IPv6 firewall for one specific device. Also how do I completely disable IPv6 firewall if I want?
What is not working?
What exactly do you want to allow?
I want to allow port 80 and some other ports.
Allow IPv6-traffic forwarding from WAN to LAN for specific host:
Its actually Synology NAS server, port 80 and port 5000 needs to be forwarded, and there some other ports thats needs SMB protocol, so I just want to allow the whole device to open all ports for Synology NAS.
Is this the file I need to modify? /etc/config/firewall
Instead of the above rule can I add
option macaddr '78:a3:51:44:d0:22'
option src_mac 00:00:00:00:00:100:
because HOST_IPV6_ADDR keeps changing as it is dynamic.
So what file do I need to edit? I mean where do I copy and paste the code above.
uci add firewall forwarding
uci set firewall.@forwarding[-1].src="wan"
uci set firewall.@forwarding[-1].dest="lan"
uci set firewall.@forwarding[-1].family="ipv6"
uci commit firewall
service firewall restart
Connect to your router via SSH and copy-paste those commands directly into the terminal.
Thanks I ll try it, is there any command to reset it just in case if I screw up, I want to play with different ports, just in case.