Chamele0n: Just checked and it is not in the forbidden list, so no go there. They are under their own content filtering policy. Select an Application Object from the drop-down list. . Enter a descriptive name for this action in the Policy Name field.
From the Application Object drop-down list, select the object you created in the previous section. Could someone give me a clue as to where I should navigate? After building a test file with the following wrong format: google. The pages are just displaying hyperlinks and text. Optionally, select the appropriate Zone where the policy is to be enforced. The only thing I can think of right now is if your default forbidden list is applied to that small group as well. So if one site on that server gets blacklisted they all get blocked. Maintenance and failover events within our infrastructure may cause you to connect to servers within any of the ranges.
Another thing I saw, Sonicwall did not like the subdomains blocked or whitelisted, intends to like working with domains. This will then take you to the SonicWall Filter Properties page which has 4 tabs. We have an office that using an older Sonicwall to block certain websites. Create the desired settings for Inbound Bandwidth Management and Outbound Bandwidth Management. Sorry for the blotches in the image. Surely there will be links to Facebook, etc. I'm off to contact CyberPatrol now.
So they aren't the only ones. Here is what I would do: First, get away from the idea of whitelisted pages that are complex. But whitelists as an overall approach are difficult to get to reach suitability and more difficult to maintain. For easy identification, this name can include the user group to which you are applying the policy. Use the checkboxes to select the categories you wish to add to the forbidden content list.
Victor A, You can have multiple Content Filtering policies defined that you can apply to different zones in your SonicWall configuration. In some sense it's more permissive than a white list - more like a selective, programmable black list. Its not a foolproof process but it blocks a good 95% + of the sites that fall under respective categories. Note that on newer versions of SonicWall there is a limit of 100 allowed entries. I think that I need to create service objects with the ports and then link them to address objects and then link that to the inside computer address object but i don't really know if thats right. This will display all of the zones configured in our SonicWall device. Nor is there anything relating to alcohol or drugs.
Please for the love of everything please help. Exceptions to SonicWall Content Filter Policies The most important part of this page is the custom list settings. Optionally, select a Schedule of days and times when this rule is to be enforced from the drop-down list. If you have multiple entries that do not match the expected format, you will have to fix an entry, attempt upload again, then repeat until all entries comply with the format. However, anyone using our product, or SonicWall's product can add sites in to be allowed on their end. I meant restrictions to as the images of the web pages not being able to display. Should have at least a default policy.
Check to see if you have the latest one. They actually MapQuest blocked for at least a month or so. I dont see the cause of this behavior. And, I venture to say, they change daily. I am logged into the Sonicwall appliance but cannot seem to find where I unblock websites. Use the checkboxes to select the categories you wish to add to the content list. The issue may be that there is embedded content on the page that is from another forbidden or filtered domain.
I say most, because yahoo is giving me problems. While a different product, ours either Blocks or Allows each and every Category for each user group. With this the selections in this example, Nonproductive Content will be Bandwidth Managed for Trusted Users only during Work Hours. Browsers that attempt to contact web pages blocked by the policy will receive a screen similar to the image below. Optionally, select a Schedule of days and times when this rule is to be enforced from the drop-down list. A whitelist approach is clearly the most restrictive.
You can manually block keywords, though. Your domain is not whitelisting most likely due the your recent discoveries listed above. From the Application Object drop-down list, select the object you created in the previous section. I have found in most cases it blocks the page. The list of LogMeIn domains currently includes but is not limited to the lists below. Alexander6920: I've seen that as well.