Hmmmm, you are forcing me to remember things that were before breakfast. But with a small amount of checking the answer is "no" using the built in system.(I know junkbuster, privoxy etc can do the trick, but can Freesco 0.3.8 on its own perform this action?)
Hehe, if you can't tell I am truly sorry for having to force that upon you.Lewis, so you forced me to upgrade to 0.4.2
Can you please give me a hint on how to accomplish this task of restricting access just using Freesco?
The above would allow access to the main FREESCO web site available even during ban periods to everyone. At least in theory as I have not actually tested the above rule.edit /rc/rc_user
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ipfwadm -F -i masquerad -W $INET -S 192.168.1.0/24 -D 220.127.116.11
0.0.0.0 hotmail.com facebook.com hyves.nl twitter.com msn.com
No that is NOT true, in my example there are the lines to allow email to function at all times using a "real" mail server. However the detail that I was missing from your first question was the fact that you use "hotmail". Which in my own eyes is really NOT mail even though it imitates mail.In these examples there is nothing 0.4.2 can do which 0.3.8 can not accomplish!
This statement can not be true unless the firewall was not restarted and DNS restarted or a reboot did not occur after this change. It also could happen if the URL in question is being used with a different precursor or extension and the name does not match exactly. So you may need to add to those entries like "www.facebook.com" and any other variation on the URL that could be used.Setting the DNS to exclusive and settin the primary DNS to my Freesco box does not work.
In IE the restrictions are passed by.
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