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BrianVivian
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...and your noob question for the day is...

Tue Apr 05, 2005 7:04 pm

I have one box (192.168.3.5) that I want to only be able to access a specific internet site (www.trendwood.com). I'm hoping there's a way to do this in the router instead of via a windows config.

Anyone have a hint?

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Tue Apr 05, 2005 7:30 pm

If the PC has a static IP address, you can use an access-list to deny all other traffic.

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Wed Apr 06, 2005 3:12 am

It is a fast and easy solution, i like it :D
But this site is hosted on a server, which provides the same IP to 78 websites. If you want to keep your child away from "not so good" websites, you must hope that there are no such sites on this server and your child is not an IT-expert :twisted:

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Wed Apr 06, 2005 9:02 am

Steve wrote:If the PC has a static IP address, you can use an access-list to deny all other traffic.


Yep, the IP of 192.168.3.5 won't change, and the user won't change it. I wish it was as simple as telling a child "you're being punished and therefore you can only see one web site" It's actually one of our production managers who only 'manages' to surf all day. There are two or three valid sites that he ought to be able to visit, and that's why I need to restrict everything else. I'll see what I can figure out from an access-list point of view.

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I'll see what I can figure out from an access-list point of view.


Give it a shot and let us know if you get stuck.

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