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f.ghotbi

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Dear Guys,
I need to grant internet access only to some specific users. But when I choose these users as source of traffic rules, then automatic redirection for displaying authentication page to the users won't work. Is there any solution to enable automatic redirecting users to authentication page while the source of internet access rule is some specific users?
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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You need to also allow access for any user (LAN) to Firewall - so they can access the firewall login page.
Automatic redirects work only for requests from the internet browser though.

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Thank you for your answer Petr,
By allowing access for any user (LAN) to Firewall, then any users can access to the internet as well? or just the authentication page?
how about local traffic rule? I think it should allow any users access to the firewall as well!! because we have local interfaces in source and firewall in destination.
any idea?
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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You did not post your configuration, so I was just guessing.
The rule allowing users to access Firewall must be above the rule with NAT and Authenticated users as a source.
Rules are matched from the top to the bottom.

The same topic is being discussed in another thread - http://forums.kerio.com/t/31126//

[Updated on: Thu, 02 June 2016 20:01]


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