DNS

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    sonic242
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    Newbi

    I need some help I have setup zeroshell to allow wireless client access to our network what I need to do is to setup something up so that all http requests and https request go to a internal server (intranet) I do not want them to have any access external and any page they try to access need to bring them back to the internet. I thought dns might to this but I am unsure on how to setup a wildcard entry up. I have no control over the wireless user machines.

    Cheers David

    P.S. Great software

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    JC
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    if you are looking to block URL internet access I suggest the HTTP Proxy under Security in the blacklist set it to */* then just allow the sites individually in the whitelist that they would be allowed to visit. there is a great walkthru right here … http://zeroshell.net/eng/proxy-antivirus/

    in my own network i am not using the zeroshell wireless manager, i lock down the individual WAPs by MAC id, we use linksys WAP54G’s i have around 10 active thruout the building.

    Hope this helps.
    JC

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