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 From:  "M. G. (Michael) de Bruin" <mg dot debruin at buum dot nl>
 Cc:  'M0n0wall' <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] blocking a kind of traffic
 Date:  Mon, 22 Dec 2003 21:59:29 +0100
Guys,

I think I mixed up two of sweexes cards. One is with the Realtek 
chipset, the other isn't. The ones that were showing up, were (of 
course) those with Realtek, soI bought the wrong ones. Back to store for 
me... Sorry, thanks for the help!

Regards,

Michael

M. G. (Michael) de Bruin wrote:

M. G. (Michael) de Bruin wrote:

> You could block traffic by TCP port number, if that's what you mean 
> (assuming they're not using some http proxy tunneling in which they use 
> just standard port 80). Blocking traffic to the MSN-servers itself would 
> be a bit trickier, since that's a whole range of ip's if I'm correct but 
> would circumvent the http tunneling.
> 
> You could also solve this on the proxy-server itself, but that depends 
> largely on the proxy server you're using.
> 
> Regards,
> 
> Michael
> 
> M dot Vendrik at DM dot WEGENER dot NL wrote:
> 
>> Hello,
>>
>> can you block a type of traffic? For example when you have a proxy server
>> behind your firewall and some users are using msn-messenger and there
>> workstations are not in the NAT-table. They can use the proxy-server 
>> to go
>> out with msn-messenger. But can i block this kind of traffic?
>>
>> With regards,
>>
>> Mark Vendrik
>>
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