|Protocol Blocking - Control what Internet services can be used on your network.
For example, you can allow streaming video or audio services,
while blocking bandwidth-hogging file sharing programs such as Napster.
These screens from the web interface to LibraryDoor demonstrate the different ways you can filter connection protocols.
This screen shows the fine control you have over various connection protocols. The service comes with several
pre-configured rules to control common connection protocols for various systems and services such as AOL Instant Messenger and Real Audio,
plus an easy-to-use form to let you make your own protocol rules.
This screen shows you the Port Forwarding controls, which lets you easily configure your
network to make sure machines only get the service requests they are supposed to.
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