The network filtering (Circuit Breaker) functionality on Intel AMT lets you block network traffic from and to the target computer's operating system. For example, you can use this feature to isolate an infected computer from the network.
Network filtering works only if both client operating system and Intel AMT network settings are configured to use Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP).
Some ports stay open when network filtering is active.
In the navigation pane, under Real-Time Consoles, click Real-Time System Manager > Networking > Intel AMT Network Filtering.
In the right pane, under Intel AMT Network Filtering, select Limit the number of PING packets to, and then type the number of packets per second, that are allowed to pass through the Intel vPro network filter.
The default setting is packets per second.
Click Save changes.
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