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max@work

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Hi guys!
I'd like to know if there's a simple way to block or allow only few websites trough Web Filter, without create a rule in the IP ADDRESS GROUP.

For example I need to block the access to social networking category but I need to allow the access to linkedin.
Now if I try to write a mask like *.linkedin.com/* it doesn't work because probably linkedin uses other website name.
It's a good idea to see the websites in each category so we can allow or block without try to find the right mask for that site.

Thanks for any advice!
Bye, Max
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free2rhyme

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i dont know if this the right one.

for example i need to allow ym traffic on net, so i created these rules :

1. create URL Groups containing this line (wo quotes): "*.msg*.yahoo.com/*"

2. create HTTP Policy, allowing the group you just created, no authentication needed.

3. in the Traffic Rules (in order, and in the right place of course);
3-1: allow HTTPS to login.yahoo.com
3-2: allow Src:lan (or authenticated users), Dest:internet, Port:HTTPS
3-3: allow Src:lan, Dest:internet, Port:HTTP,TCP-5050

above this traffic rules, i allowed http and https only to registered users, ip, etc.




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