Our switch is publicly visible as we call in from the road via 4G/5G mobile data (Bria SIP phones), public WiFI (yes we know the risks) etc. Meanwhile the switch busters are constantly trying to break in, resulting in a steady stream of auth and request caused blacklisting. I looked in the manual but it is unclear how the white list vs black list rules are applied. Suppose I blocked everything 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0 with a blacklist entry, then I add white list entries for our office net and Verizon mobile data. Before I waste my time and cause problems here in the office, can someone explain how the rules are applied. Do white lists override black lists or ???