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rickdom

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Hi... i'm wondering if kwf can solve my problem,

I want to create DHCP user (192.168.0.10 - 100) that can not browsing to all sites except to www.abc.com

How can I implement this traffic policy in KWF ?
Can Anyone guide me ?

Thanks
RICKDOM

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Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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You could do this with this Traffic Policy rule:

Source: Network/Range: 192.168.0.10-192.168.0.100
Destination: Host: www.abc.com
Service: HTTP
Action: Allow
Translation: Source NAT with default outgoing connection

Do not use the default NAT rule that is created when you run the Traffic Policy wizard or else you will nulify this rule. The default deny rule at the bottom of the list will deny any attempts to visit other websites.

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rickdom

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Thanks JWadlow, but could kwf allow my dhcp user browse based by catagory in cobionfilter ?
for example, I want to allow my dhcp user to browse only the web based on IT catagory in cobionfilter ?

Thanks
RICKDOM



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Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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You should reserve leases if you want to do that. This way you can associate the user accounts with the IP addresses of the client machines in the LAN. You can create three URL rules. The first rule allow a specific user to access IT sites as defined by Cobion. The second rule would redirect the user to the log in page if they had not authenticated yet. The third rule would block all traffic. Rule are applied in a top-down fashion so you could do rules for other users provided you moved the rules above rule #2 and #3.
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rickdom

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Outstanding, Thanks ...

Rickdom
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