After using the firewall for serveral builds (which, in my opinion is GREAT), and after after reading through the manual, I still am unsure about an issue:
How can one have multiple zones assigned if only 1 (not counting the loopback IP) IP is present? For instance, I'm running a wireless router going out to a cable connection, and so my gateway is my router. The NAT IP assigned to my machine and the network associated with it is listed as a trusted zone, I suppose as it should. Is this normally used as an internet zone? Is my configuration normal in this case? I just want to be a "master" in configuring this firewall, and as I'm no novice to firewall configuration, I want to be able to configure this in the most efficient mannner.
Thanks for any suggestions, comments.
Operating System:Windows XP Pro
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite