Close TCP connections if associated rule just has been disabled
Sometimes, I need to block a machine to prevent it from having access to the internet.
The problem is that if the machine have already open a TCP session with a machine on the Internet, create a "block rule" will not kill the TCP session, and the machine will have still having access to the internet.
So, I was thinking about a feature that could purpose to kill the opened TCP connections which doesn't match a "pass rule"?
Like that, I would be sure that there will be absolutely no "illegal" TCP sessions which willdoesn't respect the current rule policy.
PS : I saw the "Reset States" feature in the Diagnostics > States page, but this feature kill ALL the opened TCP sessions, so it's problematic for "legaly" TCP sessions opened.
Thank you !