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    Default How do I 'force' guests to use a different rack

    The scenario is I would like for a new device connection go to a guest rack (instead of the default) so as to avoid the guests having to deal with the SSL inspector/ certificate issues. I have the network setup where all the devices have have user names, so I was hoping to make a rule that states that if the device is unknown (ie does not have a username) then forward to the guest rack.

    So what is the value or description to add to the rule for no a user name device?

    So in the rule it would be described as "Username is ???" then guest rack.

    cheers

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    Another option:

    I give a static ip in the range from 2 - 150 for all of "my" home devices.

    I then have my Untangle DHCP assign 151 to 220 for devices it does not know.

    Hence, you could set up a rack where if the IP is in the range of 151 to 220 ... go to a specific rack ... where you do not have SSL inspection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by theoak View Post
    Another option:

    I give a static ip in the range from 2 - 150 for all of "my" home devices.

    I then have my Untangle DHCP assign 151 to 220 for devices it does not know.

    Hence, you could set up a rack where if the IP is in the range of 151 to 220 ... go to a specific rack ... where you do not have SSL inspection.
    I did contemplate this for a minute, but my ip range from current router is a hot mess (random and fixed ip everywhere) which made this scenario near impossible. But thanks so much for your reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    Thanks I did see the first link wiki page which I couldn't make heads or tails of, but the second one which I didn't find is exactly what I needed. Just to be clear, I include the brackets?

    Cheers

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    Yes, correct.
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    Great thanks.

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