Re: domain-based restrictions

From: Craig Morgan <>
Date: Thu, 18 Jul 1996 11:21:08 +0000

At 9:44 am +0000 18/7/96, you wrote:

>4At 11:28 18.07.96 +0200, you wrote:
>>According to Alexander Rainchik:
>>> Is it possible to restric access to my proxy server on
>>> domain-based acl? I mean only users from are
>>> allowed to use cache. I can't use FQDN in 'acl src' and
>>> 'acl domain' is just noi I'm expected :(
>>How about this?
>> acl localnet src
>> acl all src
>> http_access allow localnet
>> http_access deny all
>Nice, but I prefer this way:
>acl localnet
>http_acces allow localnet
>so sorry it's not supported :(

I think I agree with Alexander about this one, we (as a University) have
approx. 25 class 'C' nets, so I would have to list a lot of nets, whilst a
single 'acl domain' could cover all eventualities, even sub-domains.

I've fallen on a combination of both, a fully defined list of 'acl src'
entries for our nets and then a set of global 'acl domain' entries for
disabling whole sets of domains.

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Received on Thu Jul 18 1996 - 03:20:34 MDT

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