Question: How do I restrict File Sharing to private networks only on High Sierra
Using Sierra Server, I was able to restrict File Sharing access to private networks only using the "Access" pane in MacOS Server. Since File Sharing was removed from Server 5.4 and is handled natively by Mac OS High Sierra, I'm having a hard time figuring out how to restrict file sharing to local network traffic only.
In High Sierra's File Sharing pane, it says "Other users can access shared folders on this computer at afp://my-reverse-dns-address or smb://my-reverse-dns-address" This kind of freaked me out because I thought that meant I was sharing to the world when I only wanted to share to local networks. Thankfully, that does not seem to be the case.
However, I don't see a way to toggle between private and all networks the way I could in the pervious version of Server. Anybody here know how that is handled now with High Sierra?