I searched the thread but couldn't find a post that could answer my question. I thinking about "misusing" AdAway (if possible) - as I've got a actual problem and using the firewall is... let's say "user unfriendly".
1. Can I also use AdAway for
- Inbound blocking of selective IP/ports?
- I'm using (only) SIP telephony and get every day after a couple of hours (and then many times in succession) direct server-based calls. They just seem to want to disturb (and they DO). From my NAT I can see the IP addresses (and ports) from which they come from.
- Can I also block INBOUND traffic specific to IP addresses (and ports/port ranges)? My problem is not the outbound traffic (maybe only the "RINGING" statement that is sent back).
Before you ask: my Firewall (AFWall+) COULD do this, but it's script-based and the interface doesn't work well. By far too complicated. If I only could simply add it to "my lists" within AdAway...
I didn't find any information on that - from what I read.
Would be an easy and conveniant way ... IF (see #2)
2. BUT - even if:
- Adding a negative list entry requires a DNS entry. Is there any way I can add a simple IP address? (Which I always can see from my NAT.) Didn't find a way.
- Does AdAway always require a DNS address? Now really talking about AD away: What if a raw IP address is coded (as often) directly in a source code?
Thanks in advance, friends - with kind Greetz from Switzerland - Chris
PS: please excuse me, if my questions might be silly, newbee in this thread.