Whitelist without squid



  • Just a simple question.
    On my old DFL-800 , It was easy to implement a white list to allow internet surfing only to authorized sites.
    On the other hand , defining an Authentication Rule it was possible to permit authenticated users
    to freely browse internet.

    Is there any way to achieve the same feature in PfSense without using squid and squidguard?
    Any idea?

    Many thanks in advance



  • whitelist can be done using host url alias and firewall rules.

    User auth can be done with captive portal.



  • @marcelloc:

    whitelist can be done using host url alias and firewall rules.

    User auth can be done with captive portal.

    Yes Marcello , I successfully followed a your previous post , so now I can implement a working wihitelist.

    Harder is to solve the 2nd step:
    a) how to surf the whitelist sites avoiding the captive portal window come up?
    b) how to implement the firewall port 80 forwarding rule , if in the rule I can't evaluate the users login status?

    thanks again


Log in to reply