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Mark_1982

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How can I disable web authentication for some host (by IP) ? (KC 7.3.2)
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mlee (Kerio)

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I am assuming you mean Kerio Control and a simple traffic rule can block certain IP addresses.

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Mark_1982

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No, I mean option "Always require users to be authenticated when accessing web pages" in 'Domain and User login'. I want to disable this function only for some host (by IP).

- Host From 192.168.1.1 To 192.168.1.100 must authenticate when try open web pages
- Host 192.168.1.200 and 192.168.1.250 must have disabled this function, and can open any web pages without any authentication

It's possible to setup in KC 7.3.2 ? (In previous version of kerio like 6.4.0 it can be setup)

[Updated on: Sun, 09 December 2012 13:04]

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I believe you would need to create Users that map to those IPs or IP range. Then, apply what security you want to that User.

Essentially, you'd create a pre-authenticated User that is mapped to an IP or IPs.

I have never tried this, but options appear to be there to try it.

I'd suggest to play with the "Automatic Login" portion of the User accounts. I use this for tracking Users/IPs for bandwidth, etc. I just don't use it for authentication, thus, I can't comment from personal experience.
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Or there is also a third option - create an IP group with IP addresses you want to have access without authentication and then create Content Filter rule for that IP group and check "Do not require authentication"

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[Updated on: Thu, 10 December 2015 21:25]


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Petr Dobry first of all thanks for your reply...I need to ask you something? What Version of Kerio do you have? I´m using Kerio Control 7.3.2 and I was trying to do what you said but my Kerio Control doesn´t have that option of diseable authentication.
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And I need it, I have a IPs group and I need all those IPs can access to the internet without using authentication. I hope you can help me...Grettings!!!!

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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If you look closely, you'll notice that my screenshot is not from Traffic rules, but from Content Filter.

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Sorry!!! I´m new using Kerio...well, I found the Content Filter... I´ve been trying to do what you said, and I don´t know why but the Content Filter doesn´t show me that HTTP Actions...All I can do is just Deny or Allow the rule...but it doesn´t show me those Additional settings...Here you have a screenshoot...

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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You seems to have some older version of Kerio Control. The option is located in another column (Usuarios).

[Updated on: Wed, 16 December 2015 22:38]


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