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[APP][6.0+] NetGuard - No-root firewall

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11th July 2019, 06:01 PM |#9491  
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Yes.

Marcel,

Sorry, but I am not sure to understand your answer.

If 'allow lan' is on, the app will access Internet, even with Wi-Fi and Data disabled for that app in Netguard.

Did I understand well ?
 
 
11th July 2019, 06:03 PM |#9492  
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Marcel,

Sorry, but I am not sure to understand your answer.

If 'allow lan' is on, the app will access Internet, even with Wi-Fi and Data disabled for that app in Netguard.

Did I understand well ?

The allow LAN setting will allow all LAN (local) traffic and override all other rules.
11th July 2019, 06:16 PM |#9493  
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The allow LAN setting will allow all LAN (local) traffic and override all other rules.

And so it will allow all app to access to Internet because it will override all other rules ?

So in this case NetGuard can't control outgoing access to Internet. Is it the right interpretation of your answer ?
11th July 2019, 06:20 PM |#9494  
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And so it will allow all app to access to Internet because it will override all other rules ?

So in this case NetGuard can't control outgoing access to Internet. Is it the right interpretation of your answer ?

Basically yes, but only for LAN (local) traffic. WAN traffic (internet) can still be filtered with this option on.
11th July 2019, 06:27 PM |#9495  
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Basically yes, but only for LAN (local) traffic. WAN traffic (internet) can still be filtered with this option on.

Thanks for the precision.

I was sure I had misinterpreted your answer.
NetGuard app rules are only ignored for local traffic, not for internet traffic.
11th July 2019, 06:29 PM |#9496  
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Basically yes, but only for LAN (local) traffic. WAN traffic (internet) can still be filtered with this option on.

Just to be triple sure, with lan permitted can't apps access the router creating the lan and from there the outside internet?
11th July 2019, 06:32 PM |#9497  
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Just to be triple sure, with lan permitted can't apps access the router creating the lan and from there the outside internet?

The router will normally not allow/route this, so no, they can't.
11th July 2019, 10:01 PM |#9498  
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Hello, when I'm at home on my wifi, the browser sometimes says that website can't be reached/there's no connection (but there is - script ping reply is not interrupted e.g. 220916: 9 bytes from 147.32.235.161: icmp_seq=2628 ttl=64).
Whart can be the reason for this?

Here is part from logcat NG v2.251 logcat:
07-11 22:09:16.960 30386 21267 E NetGuard.JNI: TCP socket from 10.1.10.1/37696 to 192.168.1.1/7 LISTEN loc 0 rem 0 SO_ERROR 113: No route to host
07-11 22:09:20.049 30386 21267 I NetGuard.Service: Filtering uid=1000 v4 p1 192.168.1.1/7481 allowed=true rule v4 p1 port=0 uid=1000 192.168.1.1//192.168.1.1
07-11 22:09:21.054 30386 21267 I NetGuard.Service: Filtering uid=1000 v4 p1 192.168.1.1/7481 allowed=true rule v4 p1 port=0 uid=1000 192.168.1.1//192.168.1.1
07-11 22:09:22.070 30386 21267 I NetGuard.Service: Filtering uid=1000 v4 p6 192.168.1.1/7 allowed=true rule v4 p6 port=7 uid=1000 192.168.1.1//192.168.1.1
07-11 22:09:23.048 30386 21267 E NetGuard.JNI: TCP socket from 10.1.10.1/37700 to 192.168.1.1/7 LISTEN loc 0 rem 0 SO_ERROR 113: No route to host
07-11 22:09:32.212 30386 21267 E NetGuard.JNI: TCP socket from 10.1.10.1/47964 to 213.150.2.133/443 LISTEN loc 0 rem 0 SO_ERROR 113: No route to host
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12th July 2019, 06:25 AM |#9499  
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Hello, when I'm at home on my wifi, the browser sometimes says that website can't be reached/there's no connection (but there is - script ping reply is not interrupted e.g. 220916: 9 bytes from 147.32.235.161: icmp_seq=2628 ttl=64).
Whart can be the reason for this?

Here is part from logcat NG v2.251 logcat:
07-11 22:09:16.960 30386 21267 E NetGuard.JNI: TCP socket from 10.1.10.1/37696 to 192.168.1.1/7 LISTEN loc 0 rem 0 SO_ERROR 113: No route to host
07-11 22:09:20.049 30386 21267 I NetGuard.Service: Filtering uid=1000 v4 p1 192.168.1.1/7481 allowed=true rule v4 p1 port=0 uid=1000 192.168.1.1//192.168.1.1
07-11 22:09:21.054 30386 21267 I NetGuard.Service: Filtering uid=1000 v4 p1 192.168.1.1/7481 allowed=true rule v4 p1 port=0 uid=1000 192.168.1.1//192.168.1.1
07-11 22:09:22.070 30386 21267 I NetGuard.Service: Filtering uid=1000 v4 p6 192.168.1.1/7 allowed=true rule v4 p6 port=7 uid=1000 192.168.1.1//192.168.1.1
07-11 22:09:23.048 30386 21267 E NetGuard.JNI: TCP socket from 10.1.10.1/37700 to 192.168.1.1/7 LISTEN loc 0 rem 0 SO_ERROR 113: No route to host
07-11 22:09:32.212 30386 21267 E NetGuard.JNI: TCP socket from 10.1.10.1/47964 to 213.150.2.133/443 LISTEN loc 0 rem 0 SO_ERROR 113: No route to host
etc.

NetGuard tried to connect to a remote server via a Linux socket and got "no route to host" back. This can have a number of causes, but this is not caused and cannot be fixed by NetGuard.

Possible causes are that there is another, external firewall blocking connections or that the host is not responding (in time).
12th July 2019, 07:56 AM |#9500  
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Hello Marcel
Since version 2.252 the key symbol in the notification area has disappeared although I've enabled all notifications for the app.
Is it due to the VPN handover deletion?
Thanks for the answer.
12th July 2019, 08:02 AM |#9501  
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Hello Marcel
Since version 2.252 the key symbol in the notification area has disappeared although I've enabled all notifications for the app.
Is it due to the VPN handover deletion?
Thanks for the answer.

I don't think this is caused by removing the VPN handover.

The key symbol is shown by Android, so you might have disabled some Android notifications causing this notification to disappear too.
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