andrewniemants at gmail.com
Jeu 3 Mar 11:50:44 EST 2011
There is not a great way to be able to do this. The best I have come
up with so far is is adding rules to the global FirewallRuleSet.
So if I wanted to allow example.com I would add a rule to the firewall
set that looks like this:
FirewallRule allow tcp port 80 to 188.8.131.52
This is not ideal and gets messy when you want to allow something that
uses a content delivery network as you have to list each and every IP.
Google for example has 8 different IP's and if you want to try a white
list something that is on that Akamai network you can pretty much
forget about it.
On Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 2:36 PM, David C. Moody <davidm at trustholiday.com> wrote:
> Is there any feature in the wifidog config, where I can set allowed URLs?
> For example, I want to allow access to my company website without being
> I also have had trouble with https requests not being redirected to the
> authentication server? They just time out. Is there anything that can be
> done about that?
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