How to allow a website for a single IP?! .. Please Help
NT Egypt last edited by
this is my first Topic , i would like to know with a simple steps how to allow only one website for a single IP, a client on our network want to access only one website to do his job tasks and i don't want just allow all internet access to the same IP ..
So what i have to do?!
PS:Forgive my language .. English is not my mother tongue
KOM last edited by
Add a firewall rule on LAN interface that allows source IP from your client to access destination IP of the web server. If the web server has many IPs then make an alias and use that as the destination. Put the rule above any block rules you have for denying web access to your other clients.
kesawi last edited by
You can also configure custom ACL rules in squid if you are using squid proxy server.
Create the following in the Custom ACLS (Before Auth) box under Advanced features in the Squid Proxy Server configuration page:
acl clientexception_dst dstdomain .domainname.com acl clientexception_src src src.ip.of.client http_ access allow clientexception_src clientexception_dst
More information on these configuration directives is available at http://www.squid-cache.org/Doc/config/acl/ and http://www.squid-cache.org/Doc/config/http_access/.
blood last edited by
can anyone correct me on my set up, i have here LAN rule: Block 192.168.0.100 (client IP address) * !127.0.0.1 (website address) * * none
when trying to access the specified website, it says website is not available. So i'm assuming that the website specified is blocked. Am i missing something here?
muswellhillbilly last edited by
127.0.0.1 (website address)
Er… 127.0.0.1 is the loopback address for your client. Not a website address.
KOM last edited by
Please start your own topic instead of hijacking this one. Your problem has nothing to do with this thread.