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gabrielbraga

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How can I prevent the guests to authenticate on firewall with AD credentials?
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Jonas Rodrigues (Kerio)

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Hello Gabriel,

Are you using guest interfaces or you just mean guest users? Out of curiosity, how a guest has AD credentials?


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gabrielbraga

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I'm using guest interface on a wireless connection, the employees are connecting their smartphones on this Guest WLAN and we want them to connect only on Corporate WLAN.
I know I can't stop them from connecting on Guest WLAN, but I wish to prevent them from logging simply or prevent logged persons have access to internet.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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Hi Gabriel, I believe one option is to use traffic rules. Normally you will have an outgoing rule that allows your local trusted networks to access the internet. Somewhere below that rule you should have another rule that allows your guest interfaces to access the internet. You can insert a rule between these rules that denies internet access for any authenticated user.

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gabrielbraga

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Yeah! Definitely should work, already set up, thank you!
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