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You can set a particular network as public/office (home) in the Known networks setup where you can also add a new network based on various network parameters:

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It's also possible to add an arbitrary network to the TZ in the Zones setup:

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hI,

What is the difference between known networks and Trusted networks? 

If I want to permit ip address 192.168.2.10 and port number 445, 137-139 for shared files and folders and added to known networks .

Is it equivalent to adding to Trusted networks? 

 

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In the Known networks setup you can set a particular detected network as public or trusted (home/office). You can also add a new network there and set the appropriate type for it.

In the Zones setup -> Trusted zone, you can add IP addresses, ranges or subnets in the Trusted zone. In either case the zone / network will be trusted if you set it so.

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28 minutes ago, Aim2018 said:

What is the difference between known networks and Trusted networks? 

Per Eset Help feature:

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Configuring zones

A zone represents a collection of network addresses that create one logical group of IP addresses, useful when you need to reuse the same set of addresses in multiple rules. Each address in a given group is assigned similar rules defined centrally for the whole group. One example of such a group is a Trusted zone. A Trusted zone represents a group of network addresses that are not blocked by the Firewall in any way. These zones can be configured in Advanced setup > Firewall > Advanced, by clicking Edit next to Zones. To add a new zone click Add, enter a Name for the zone, a Description and add a remote IP address into the Remote computer address (IPv4/IPv6, range, mask) field.

https://help.eset.com/eis/12/en-US/idh_dialog_epfw_zones_page.html

Of note is when the Eset firewall is set to "Public," nothing exists in the Trusted Zone.

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