Cannot change Gateway in Firewall > Rules
Open any rule or create a new rule. In the Advanced options, the Gateway cannot be selected. This was working in 2.4.1.
(cherry picked from commit 1d523d1e4e7b16519ed3fd9dfb9e6b4dd84b4285)
#2 Updated by Chris Linstruth about 3 years ago
Looking at it more there is something here, but it takes more steps to duplicate than you provided.
It works if you select IPv4 or IPv6 but as soon as you select IPv4+IPv6 and the field is grayed out, the gateway field is no longer selectable until you reload the page, even after setting it back to IPv4 or IPv6 only.
A workaround would be set everything except the gateway, save the rule, edit the rule again, edit the gateway, save, then apply.
Tested on current Firefox for Mac.
#3 Updated by Jim Pingle about 3 years ago
- Category set to Rules / NAT
- Status changed from New to Confirmed
- Assignee set to Steve Beaver
- Priority changed from Normal to Low
- Target version set to 2.4.4
- Affected Version set to All
- Affected Architecture All added
- Affected Architecture deleted (
Confirmed here, too. Create a new rule, Gateway is changeable. Set Address Family to IPv4+IPv6, Gateway field is disabled. Change Address Family back to IPv4, Gateway field still disabled.
#7 Updated by Jim Pingle about 3 years ago
- Status changed from Feedback to Resolved
Confirmed here as well. It works as it should now. Switching to IPv4+IPv6 disables the gateway edit control, then switching to either IPv4 or IPv6 enables and populates the gateway list again as expected. Switching back and forth between all the options yields the expected behavior.