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Packet Filter command line options and functions

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Created by Mariusz Handke, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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Overview

This article provides information of options and functions of the FoE Packet Filter available through command line.

Environment

All FoE versions

Detail

Below is the output of FoE Packet Filter help/usage:

 

C:\Program Files\SolarWinds\FoE\R2\bin>nfpktfltr.exe
Usage: <option> where options include,
enable - enable the network for active server
disable - disable the network for passive server
xenable [default] - extended enable the network for active server
xdisable [default] - extended disable the network for passive server
arp - send gratuitous ARPs on all public IP addresses
setstate [block | filter | passthru] - set the filter state
getstate - get the filter state
setloadstate [block | filter | passthru] - set the filter load state
getloadstate - get the filter load state
setfilter [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx [yyy.yyy.yyy.yyy]] - set the IP addresses to filter
getfilter - get the filtered IP addresses
setstate.protocol [block | filter | passsthru] - enable or disable or suppress protocol (netbios or domain) filtering
getstate.protocol - see the results of the above
setloadstate.protocol [block | filter | passthru] - set the protocol (netbios or domain) filter load state
getloadstate.protocol - get the protocol (netbios or domain) filter load state
setfilter.protocol portnumber ... - sets the protocol (netbios or domain) filtering port numbers
getfilter.protocol - see the results of the above
setloglevel [0 | 1 | 2] - set driver event log level to disable, normal, debug
getloglevel - see the results of the above
install directory - install nfpktfltr from directory
uninstall directory - uninstall nfpktfltr from all adapters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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