Blocking facebook etc
Nickos last edited by
was wondering if anyone could help.I am a noob when it comes to this stuff.
we've installed PFsense and our network is as follows :
router - Pfsense - Domain controller(sbs2003) - switch -
now i use nmap and discover port 21 is open….stupid question but how do i close it??
also restricting sites like facebook etc. where is it done and how? i have installed squid and squid guard. but i dono how to configure it and to get it working.
please overlook my stupidity
mostlyharmless last edited by
which side on the router are you scanning with nmap? wan? lan? is the port open on a machine in the lan? or is it open to the world on the WAN. port 21 is ftp, make sure you don't have a rogue server out there.
as for blocking facebook, a tutorial is on the wiki for configuring squidguard.
I never used squidguard, so I realy can't say how to tweak it. However, if you are keen on just blocking one site, you can set up squid as a transparent proxy, and set the ip of facebook on the blocked site's list.
you can also achieve this with a simple block firewall rule.
Though if you want to block multiple sites squidguard is the better way to go as your firewall tables will get cluttered up very quickly
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ColdFusion last edited by
Maybe using the expressions box in destinations in Squidguard…I haven't used it too much, but it seems to work ok...