xg V19 has been released and until now no wayto turn off an interface button permanently? does it look t hat hard to make it?
If you would like to disable the interface you can select Network Zone as None, it will disable the interface
Hope this might help you.
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thanks for ur reply..i know that already.'
i wll not going to reconfigure everything again if i want it back,,and hey errorsmight occure
Where are the sophos XG admins to read it
i fired A COMPLAIN and all what i get that GIS team and I got in contact with them... they are the responsible and so what? he just closed the case!
who shall I talk to to make that button..Ican help if they want support to design it xD
they added a search bar and not the close interface buttons?
do they listen?
Hi Magy ,
Better to put your same requirement as a feature request, please use the below link and mention the way you want to work with the interface :
Actually there are certain technically limitation in doing this disable option, which needs more work to be done.
If you want to do this in a quick manner, simply export the config via Import/Export. Then disable the interface. If you need it back online, Import the file back. It is a quick solution for this case scenario.
Import/export is the most powerful tool in the firewall. You can actually do everything quite easily.
You can configure the entire firewall and move everything from A to B without any troubles.
What is wrong with just removing the cable from the connector?
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Because the support in remote access.. we are in 2022 :)
Hey its a fw :) not an Import/Export game
Plus i got the linux code from the technical support that can stop it as long as the fw not restarted ..
i digged so far..
so my opinion they better focus on it rather than butting a search bar :)
seeing you didn’t like my last suggestion as an interim fix, try this one. Connect the port to a managed switch where you change the state of the port.