Force dial-up's to use proxy.

From: Edwin Culp <>
Date: Sun, 09 Feb 1997 15:43:54 -0600

We are going to use cisco 2511's with 16 ports each, cisco ISO 11.0,
tac_plus 2.1
for dialup control and accounting. I planed to simply
create an access-list for the 16 asyc ports something like this:

***** CISCO 2511 ISO 11.0 ******

access-list 101 deny tcp eq 80

! which results in :

access-list 101 deny tcp any any eq www

line 1 16
access-class 101 in

! Don't know what else to do. FIN

I as yet have not been able to forcefully deny access to port 80
on my ppp dial-up connections.

I feel that my problem is with tac_plus, I've tried acl's of all
types and they haven't worked.

What I want, is to force these 16 tacacs controled ppp dial-up lines to
the proxy-server configuration of their browser and an alternate port
by not allowing any requests to port 80.

Someone else has to have done this, Thank you for your help.


Received on Sun Feb 09 1997 - 13:55:42 MST

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