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Intra Zone Traffic Blocking. I noted default on WAN was yes for intra zone blocking (on my usg300). In my actual setup USG100, I have it set to no.
On my Wan zone, I have wan1 (isp provider eastlink) on wan2 (isp provider Bell) and I have VLAN35 which rides through Wan2 (gets DHCP etc).
Now Is there any harm to setting Wan intra block YES (on). I was concerned that perhaps VLAN35 being blocked from WAN2 was possible as they are distinct entries in the table????
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Doesn't this setting only keep the ISPs from communicating with each other via your router? In a corporation with arrays of routers, a router could be the shortest hop length between two other routers and this switch might be used to disable that path. Otherwise, I readily admit to not understanding its purpose.