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ismailozatay

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hi there..

i can not find that how can i block these .mp3 .avi .mpg extensions from the http policy.i can block all of them from ftp policy.

is it possible ?

thanks
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winkelman

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Mostly, yes.

Just create HTP Policies that forbid URL's ending in mp3, avi, etc. So create a rule that blocks traffic to the URL *.mp3, etc.

This will block most of the downloads...
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ismailozatay

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hi again

i have already tested it.it works but now i can not filter mp3 or avi files in rar or zip archives... Embarassed

thx

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winkelman

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True, that's why I block all archive files as well Twisted Evil

I reason that it's not so often someone (in my company anyways) needs to download archives from the net for business purposes. Those rare cases they do need to do so, I'm happy to do it for them.

My main reason to block archives is that within zip-files far nastier things then media-files could come in...

(The FTP filter also won't filter the contents of archives AFAIK).
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tanglaoya

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I use the NAT and I defined IP address groups to let someone use the Internet.

Can it work in NAT method?
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feite

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HTTP policy rules work for NAT also. HTTP policy rules are used for all services that have the HTTP protocol inspector enabled like HTTP and HTTPS.
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