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  • #41710

    michlG
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    Hello,

    I am using Zeroshell for a “private” hotspot.
    It works really good with the proxy (using http) but I can’t access https sites.

    I need the proxy because I have to log all URLs

    Is it possible to pass with https over the proxy or do I have to add a Firewall rule which allows the direct https access? (without the proxy)
    Which rule do I have to add in order to allow the users to work with https?

    I have a pc with 2 NICs. ETH00 which is the WAN (IP: 192.168.1.250 Gateway: 192.168.1.1) port and ETH01 which is the lan port (IP: 192.168.2.1)
    And I want that the users from the subnet 192.168.2.* can work using https.

    It would be great if it works also with POP3, SMTP and IMAP.
    So the users have the services they need.

    Can you help me? Please

    Regards
    michlG

    #48206

    giancagianca
    Member

    HAPV proxy cannot handle https traffic. If i remember correctly transparent proxy cannot handle https traffic

    Bye

    #48207

    If you’re looking for more functional and user friendly oriented hotspot software then you should focus on something like:

    PUBLICip
    http://www.publicip.net/

    or

    ChilliSpot
    http://www.chillispot.info/

    Those are specifically designed primarily with hotspot type implementations in mind.

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