That's why you can configure /etc/default/moblock with the following rules:
Originally Posted by noblem
This way you can create different allow lists for INBOUND, OUTBOUND and FORWARD traffic.
BTW, the local network whitelisting feature is still experimental, so again, using the alow lists is the best way.
EDIT: I forgot to mention that the iptables rules created by the allow lists are related only to traffic marked by moblock, which means that if you want to confine traffic on local ranges to the local network, all you have to do is create iptables that allow local traffic but block external access to those ranges. This can be done manually inserting iptables rules, using a firewall manager like Firestarter or using moblock's custom scripts. This gives a lot of flexibility to control your traffic, as along as you understand how iptables works.