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Ronin

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Hi All,
I'm using Kerio 8.5.3 build 3469
I have a user in a group that's auto logged on. I want to control them.
I started with a mac block [security settings] failed
I made a separate user name using the IP, gave a quota, failed
Added the mac address in the user name, failed
Added a traffic rule using the name [so it has both the IP and mac address] and denied access. failed
Moved the rules above the auto log on, failed
Moved it below the auto log on, failed.

Any ideas.
Cheers.
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ksnyder

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Are the appropriate rules being triggered against this user when you view the Active Hosts report? See attached screenshot. Please look at traffic rules, bandwidth rules, etc.

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Ronin

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No hes still in the auto sign in group.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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Why not remove him from the group?

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Ronin

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Hes on a wifi group with auto IP's. The whole group is auto signed in.
Plus he not the only one.

I need to separate and control lots of devices at different times because of my network cost vie sat, wlan,lan, and 4G.

Right now I have no control over him and at $200/GB it racks up very fast.
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Brian Carmichael (Kerio)

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It sounds like you have a lot of requirements for controlling bandwidth. Kerio Control is very flexible and offers many different options for this type of situation. I encourage you to speak with a sales engineer or a Kerio Control certified partner in order to identify the optimal configuration based on your specific environment.

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ksnyder

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The Security Settings will let you block specific MAC addresses from accessing certain interfaces (such as your VSAT). Is that something that would assist? I'm afraid it's still not 100% clear how you're set up & configured in such a way that it's making this so difficult to manage.

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Ronin

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Hi Ken,
I have the mac blocking already inplace, but its not working.
Thats the problem.
I have mac blocked IP blocked.
Nothing is blocking him.
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ksnyder

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At this point I would highly recommend you contact Kerio Technical Support. http://www.kerio.com/support/technical-support

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