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mariusica123

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How can i use time range setings for an ip????
Wath i need to do plese tell me step by step.
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feite

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Go to definitions / time ranges and specify a time range.
Go to traffic rules and select the specified time range. You can also specify time ranges for policies (http/ftp).
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mariusica123

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can i specify time ranges for anything else then FTP and HTTP like P2P programs???
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feite

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P2P programs can only communicate when communication is allowed (the ports the use must be allowed in the traffic rules). You can specify a timerange for every individual traffic rule. Every traffic that is handled by that traffic rule will have to do with that timerange. If you want to have different timeranges for different traffic create a rule for each of them and assign the timerange.
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feite wrote on Tue, 18 October 2005 13:06

...create a rule for each of them and assign the timerange.

And where exactly can you specify Traffic Policies only to be valid during specific time ranges? AFAIK you can only specify valid time ranges in HTTP -and FTP Policies, not in general Traffic Policies.
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feite

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Go to the traffic policies. Make sure the column 'valid on' is visible. Double click that column and specify the timerange.
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winkelman

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feite wrote on Wed, 19 October 2005 19:53

<snip> Make sure the column 'valid on' is visible <snip>

Aaaahhh, didn't see that Embarassed
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