Windows Firewall – Block an IP address list

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Would you like to learn how to configure the Windows firewall to block an IP address range? In this tutorial, we will show you how to configure the Windows firewall to block multiple IP addresses on a computer running Windows.

• Windows 2019
• Windows 2016
• Windows 2012 R2
• Windows 10
• Windows 7

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Tutorial Windows Firewall – Block an IP address list

As an administrator, start an elevated command prompt.

Windows - Elevated command prompt

Configure the Windows firewall service to start automatically.

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Start the Windows firewall service.

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Enable the Windows firewall profiles.

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As an administrator, start the application named Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security.

Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security

Create a new Inbound firewall rule.

Windows firewall - New inbound rule

Select the Custom option.

Windows firewall - Custom rule

Select All programs.

Windows firewall - All programs

Click on the Next button.

Windows firewall - Protocol and ports

Select the option named These IP address and click on the Add button.

Windows firewall - Remote IP address

Create a firewall rule to deny the input of packets from a specific IP address.

Windows firewall - Block IP address

Repeat the process to add multiple IP addresses or IP address ranges.

Windows firewall - Blacklist

Select the option to block the connection.

Windows firewall - Block the connection

Select the DOMAIN option.

Select the PRIVATE option.

Select the PUBLIC option.

Windows firewall - profile configuration

Enter a description to the firewall rule.

Windows firewall - Blacklist IP address

In our example, we configured the Windows firewall to block the input of packets coming from multiple IP addresses.

Congratulations! You configured the Windows firewall to block a list of IP addresses.



Windows – Block an IP address list using the command-line

As an administrator, start an elevated command prompt.

Windows - Elevated command prompt

Configure the Windows firewall service to start automatically.

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Start the Windows firewall service.

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Enable the Windows firewall profiles.

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Create a firewall rule to deny the input of packets from a specific IP address.

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Create a firewall rule to deny the input of packets from a list of IP addresses.

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In our example, we configured the Windows Firewall to block the input of packets coming from the IP addresses 10.10.10.10 and 20.20.20.20.

Congratulations! You configured the Windows firewall to block a list of IP addresses.



Tutorial Windows – Verify the firewall configuration

As an administrator, start an elevated command prompt.

Windows - Elevated command prompt

Verify the configuration of the firewall profiles.

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Here is the command output.

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Verify the configuration of the firewall rule named BLACKLIST.

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Here is the command output.

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Start the application named Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security.

Windows Defender Firewall with Advanced Security

Verify if your firewall rule is listed on the Inbound rules.

Windows - Block blacklist ip address

You are able to verify the firewall configuration.



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