View Poll Results: Would you like to see this feature added?

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  1. #1
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    Exclamation Feature Request - Unblock site by IP (Lite Package)

    I would like to see an "Unblock site per client IP" added to web filter lite.

    option - (Edit Passed Sites per IP)

    Thanks

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    config->networking->advanced->bypass rules
    OR
    web filter lite->pass lists->edit passed client IPs

    take your pick

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    isnt this already a option......oh umm yeah i think it is

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    Exclamation Unblock individual sites by (per) IP

    Let me clarify, what i meant by this feature was INDIVIDUAL sites by (per) IP. I know I can unblock everything by IP. I just want one site unblocked by IP. (Example: An employees needs access to Facebook, but I don't want to unblock all sites, just the one that is needed.) This feature would be nice and I wouldn't have to unblock every site for my whole company or one employee.

    A whitelist by (per) IP maybe??

    Thanks

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    That's why they have the Policy Manager module. It lets you apply different rules to different users.

    http://www.untangle.com/Policy-Manager

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    Fasttech is correct, this functionality is a part of the policy manager. The policy manager allows you to define separate racks, each with a distinct copy of web filter that has its own settings. You define as many racks and web filters as you need to meet your security model. Once that is done you can define policies on IP address, port number, protocol, interface, and time of day. If you also have Active Directory, and you purchase the Directory Connector, you can also define policies via user name and group.
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    OK, but what if you only have the Lite package? I run a SMALL business and we can't purchase this at the moment. Could a small feature be created for the lite package?

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    Quote Originally Posted by trgilpin View Post
    OK, but what if you only have the Lite package? I run a SMALL business and we can't purchase this at the moment. Could a small feature be created for the lite package?
    The Policy Manager for a 10 user network is $54 / year.

    So you just want it free eh? You don't get cheaper than that...

    For the record, I'm a small business too and I own premium bundle. $540 / year is NOTHING for what Untangle does. $45 / month is about a third of what I spend on the cable connection for my office.

    The Policy Manager is the least expensive module in the list... and the most powerful.
    Last edited by sky-knight; 07-20-2011 at 04:01 PM.
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    Yep, isn't this application based off open source (Free code)? I think Untangle has forgotten their story.
    This package may be OK for you, but I'm in a small town where ISP competition is crap and my ISP bill is around $130 a month. I can't afford that plus another $540 a year and that's not including my other bills. :-|

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    Quote Originally Posted by sky-knight View Post
    The Policy Manager for a 10 user network is $54 / year.

    So you just want it free eh? You don't get cheaper than that...

    For the record, I'm a small business too and I own premium bundle. $540 / year is NOTHING for what Untangle does. $45 / month is about a third of what I spend on the cable connection for my office.

    The Policy Manager is the least expensive module in the list... and the most powerful.
    You are partner, why not suscribe to NFR licensing?
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