Bug #253

Cannot edit a Firewall rule listing multiple ports in the LuCI gui

Added by Gregory P Smith on Aug 27, 2011. Updated on Apr 29, 2012.
New Urgent Dave Täht


Trying to edit a firewall rule in the LuCI gui such as one of the defaults with a Destination of “Device: 53 433 873” is impossible.

The GUI’s javascript form validation rejects the port form field because it is not a single number but has spaces in it.


Updated by Dave Täht on Aug 29, 2011.
Our configuration of /etc/config/firewall predates LOTs of changes to the firewall interfaces. I don’t think luci kept up - and I don’t think the firewall rule generator uses multiport matches, for this sort of thing, either, generating one rule per port entry.

It would be good if the syntax for /etc/config/firewall matched /etc/config/qos.

I’ll look into this deeper in the morning. Thx for testing!

Updated by Jim Gettys on Sep 19, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on Sep 24, 2011.
Updated by Dave Täht on Nov 18, 2011.
Updated by Jo-Philipp Wich on Nov 18, 2011.
Syncing luci-app-firewall with the current firewall v2r27 features is on my ToDo but I need to get backfire done first.
Updated by Dave Täht on Apr 29, 2012.

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