Tiny allows users to designate one custom address list, which is just what the name implies-- a list of IPs that can be referred to as a group in your rules. You can use this for any purpose you choose, but you're limited to only one list. This is unfortunate, since these lists can be very useful for grouping addresses and eliminating redundancy in rule sets.
!- Do not confuse the custom
address range with the trusted
range under the Microsoft Networking tab. The latter is only for NetBios control functions, which are all contained on the Microsoft Networking tab; the MS networking "trusted" range is meaningless elsewhere. The "custom" range, in contrast, allows you to group non-contiguous IP addresses and use the group as a remote endpoint in any rule.021102-557
by gwion edited by JMGullett
last modified: 2007-05-31 16:39:08