Installed pfsense, so what is next now to control users internet…
I have installed pfsense,
attached 2 network cards,
take internet from wan connected card give to lan connected switch and to computers.
but what is next now, should I have to install another package to control computers internet, if so any howtos information can be very helpfull.
or is there any section under pfsense that I cant see already I can see which computers goes to which web sites.
looking forward for any help.
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Its not clear to me what you are looking for: some or all of
control access to particular web sites
control access to particular IP adresses
control Internet bandwidth used by "local" systems
control access to local computers from the internet
something else again
Have you read any of the tutorials linked from http://doc.pfsense.org/index.php/Main_Page ?
sorry this pssense installation frustrated me…
I need to control terminials, which web site they visiting,
how much bandwith they using
like basic proixy needs...
I read tutoriald,
downloaded ebook recently, still reading, that guid pfsense thing,
looked tutorials but they really says nothing,
checked video sites for tutorials…
pfSense doesn't have a web proxy installed by default. If you want to control outbound traffic on a url basis you will need to install the Squid package (an http proxy) and the Squidguard package for managing the squid acl control lists.
didnt see that plus sign under packages,
started downloading…will see what will come up next...
will sound like dummy question too but,
I installed squid and enabled transparent proxy, adn disabled later to see difference
I put port 3128 under terminals internet explorer settings.
but where can I see logs of which pages they visiting under squid proxy log or report…
couldnt find that...
thanks in advance...
Hmmm, I'm not actually using squid at the moment, because I'm running embedded.
Is it not under: Status -> System Logs ?
You could use the lightsquid package to get nice reports of what your users are doing.