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Help Required in creating a Filter

Postby lydiaJ » Thu Mar 17, 2011 12:35 am

Hi
I have a list of URLs, IP addresses , subnet masks and ports that I want to allow on a particular system.
Apart from the list I have everything else should be blocked.

Can you please tell me how to configure the HttpFilter, PortFilter and the IPFilter for this requirement?
Eg:
URLs to allow: http://google.com;http://abc.com
IPs to allow:192.67.89.45;192.34.56.78;
Ports to allow:8080;80;45;67

Thanks in advance!

-Lydia
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Re: Help Required in creating a Filter

Postby admin » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:48 pm

Http Filter configure
1. add the pass list in url filter
*.google.com* -- Pass
* abc.com* -- Pass
2. add the default deny policy in url filter
* -- Deny
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Re: Help Required in creating a Filter

Postby admin » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:49 pm

IP Filter configure
1. add the pass list in IP filter:
192.67.89.45 -- Pass
192.34.56.78 -- Pass
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2. add the default deny policy in Net filter:
0.0.0.0/0 -- Deny
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Re: Help Required in creating a Filter

Postby admin » Thu Mar 17, 2011 9:50 pm

Port Filter configure
1. set Default Policy to Deny
2. add the pass port in Exclude List.
TCP 45
TCP 67
TCP 80
TCP 8080
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