In LOCAL/REMOTE networks, use the "Any Local IP address" entry.
Ah. I see. The rule only really needs the remote set to "Any Local IP" right? No need to specify a local address, right since the value is relative to the local machine?
Allow any traffic where the remote address is [local].
It depends on what blocked network traffic you're seeing in the log. You have to make sure you write the firewall rule correctly according to how the traffic is being blocked.
- For INBOUND traffic, the SOURCE is the REMOTE host
- For OUTBOUND traffic, the DESTINATION is the REMOTE host.
Ah, yes of course you're right, thanks.
We pretty much allow all outbound here, so I never think of the sending side of the traffic.