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enrique
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navigate only to one internet page

Thu Sep 04, 2008 1:35 pm

hello all.

I want your help.

I have a RouterBoard as bridge transparent AP, simple with not conflict, no hotspot, no web proxy and totally open.

ADSL-----RB AP))))))))) wireless user.

user are connected via wireless. ´till here everything is working fine. Now I just want those user just to see one internet webpage and others drop

for example, they open google.com and no other one, just google.

in firewall, what is the the rule that apply this goel?

thank you in advance
 
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Re: navigate only to one internet page

Thu Sep 04, 2008 5:36 pm

what happend no body dare?
 
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Re: navigate only to one internet page

Thu Sep 04, 2008 6:13 pm

Force all http thru a proxy.
In the proxy settings allow only one page / pages..

Done
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Re: navigate only to one internet page

Sat Sep 13, 2008 11:48 pm

one could also forward all traffic using NAT, to go to a specific IP.

Use a dstnat rule, to forward all ip addresses except one that you don't use, to a specific ip address. on port 80

That way any website requested using port 80 would redirect to your selected web page, this would however not allow any other connections on port 80, so if you have connections on your network that allows internet traffic, they too will be redirected to the selected ip.

So no connections on port 80 except to designated server.
 
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Re: navigate only to one internet page

Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:47 pm

Web proxy is the easiest way.
Forbid all, and redirect to........ what you want.
The redirect works if you have a specific web server, that can be accessed by it's ip (it's the only server on that ip, or it's de default virtual server on an apache installation, for example. ), and you do the NAT redirects on the router

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