On 09/29/2010 05:58 AM, GD Incorporation wrote:
> I Have another question,
> So, I managed to set the user ip in DHCP to always use 188.8.131.52 (example ip).
> Then I set the rule in Firewall WAN to block all requests that comes from
> 184.108.40.206 from any port to any IP address using port 80 or SSL. Then I allow
> the ip 220.127.116.11 in the captive portal IP list.
Yes. This is correct. He can do anything but traditional web.
However, you might want to look at port 8000 which is traditionally used
for web proxy services.
> Is that the correct thing to do? Should I set the rule for the LAN Firewall
> instead? Because it does not work. Or does it take time to make it work?
> I want to make sure that if accessing internal IP address I want the
> computer to be able to browse internally, but not to access internet with
This paragraph makes no sense to me what so ever. I am really unsure
what you are trying to say here.