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Running OSX 10.10.3
The office LAN is wired, the guest LAN is WiFi. I need to be on both at the same time.
I want to be able to accept connections from the office LAN, but I want to limit access to many of those services from the WiFi network. The clickable System Preferences for the firewall don't give me anything more powerful than "Allow Incoming Connections" which allows connections over all interfaces.
Where do I go to get more control over the firewall? Any tips for getting this config right?
This is not an issue of getting WiFi and Ethernet to work at the same time. They already work like I want them to. It's about firewalling-off services from certain interfaces, something that is not available in the standard System Preferences control panel.