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    Sniffing packets

    I'm using GhostWall firewall (http://www.ghostsecurity.com/ghostwall/) to block incoming or outgoing packets.

    My gaming console is connected to my laptop which has Ghostwall, and then my laptop connects to my Router.

    I can read incoming packets without any problem on my laptop, but for some reason Ghostwall didn't intercept outgoing packets.

    This is a problem because if Ghostwall can't intercept outgoing packets, the 'Allows outgoing packets' function from the program won't work.

    Anybody knows why? Or is it just Ghostwall? I'm looking forward to a different program that does the same job ...

    Thanks in advance!

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    Hmm, perhaps, this is because I have more than 2 NICs on my laptop? 1 WNIC and 1 NIC... would that explain the problem?

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    Anybody knows any other good IP filter software?

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    It's been months and nobody replied yet?
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