Re: Acl Rules

From: Benarson Behajaina R. <>
Date: Thu, 29 Aug 1996 11:38:01 +0200 (MET DST)

> I wrote an access list rule such as:
> acl ourclass src
> http_access allow ourclass
> That works just fine for my Class C.
>However, I would like to control the
>access to my proxy with a domain rule, so that only IP address identified on
>my DNS would access my proxy.
> If my understanding of the rule is incorrect, please forgive me.

To prevent hosts that would access your proxy, you must define
the access control using

acl ourclass src ... (as you described above)

> I wrote the following rule, as the examples suggested:
> acl ourdomain domain
> http_access allow ourdomain
This rule says that "The domain is the only one that
your proxy can access"

e.g : you can access the URL
but if you try
then your request will be refused.

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Received on Thu Aug 29 1996 - 02:43:35 MDT

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