Cisco WAN :: Router 1841 - Way To Allow Specific Websites Access
Jan 25, 2011
Is there an easy way to allow specific websites access in cisco router 1841? I am trying to allow a website through access list 102 but not working. I am using access-list 102 permit ip host 192.168.21.20 host www.website.comIf i allow all websites then it works fine.
My company has a peer to peer network of 10 personal computers without a server. Operating systems from Windows XP to Vista. I've recently installed a Cisco RV120W Wireless-N VPN Firewall. It's configured in DHCP Server Mode with printers/copiers that have static IPs below the DHCP range.
I'm having a problem with certain stations being used for personal networking, shopping, etc. during business hours. Consequently I would like to limit internet access on these stations. However, some internet access is required because of online database software that's an integral part of our business. I've been reading in the Administration Guide about URL Blocking. Would it be possible to give static IPs to certain stations and then limit their internet access to 1 or 2 specific websites?
FYI, I've read about the Trusted Domains and Blocked Keywords but cannot quite understand how to parley this into the solution I need.
I have an 1841 between my firewall and the ISP. Three interfaces - multilink to ISP, FA to my firewall, and FA to my inside network. I use the inside interface for configs aand snmp access, etc. Only my ISP-assigned fixed address block will get routed to the multilink by the ISP but I am nervous about the inside interface sitting on my LAN. I know I can remove it, but if I keep it there, how can I set up an ACL so that all traffic from the multilink interface is denied to the inside interface? I suppose another way to think about it that the inbound iface can only accept traffic from its own outside, not from the router.I think this is fairly simple but I don't want to knock down the traffic if I get it wrong.
I have two webites hosted by the same company. Yesterday I thought their server was down. To make a long story short, everyone I talk to can access the sites and I cant my hosting company says its a router problem. I contacted the service provider and reset the router but that didnt fix it. I have 3 computers on this router and none of them work to access the site. I reset the ip config, I've tryed EI and Firefox. I checked the IE diagnostic log but dont know what it means and it says:
I hope this question has not been asked here in the past, as I have googled for answers many times..I live in UAE and the ISP here blocks many sites and services which made me do the following:I have a notebook PC running WindowsXP with two connections to the internet.LAN connected to my ISP which is 30mb/sWLAN connected to the internet through DD-WRT router running OpenVPN and the speed is not that fast.hat I do now is that I have to disable my LAN and access the internet through WLAN (VPN) and have to enable LAN again whenever I need to download large files
Is there a way to block specific computers on the LAN from specific web sites by the domain name? All I can see is that if I put, for example, www.facebook.com, it will be blocked from all computers on the LAN, whereas if I want to block only 192.168.1.3 for example, I have to use the IP address through the Access Control, which is much harder and ****e to some "work around" by the user.
- Cisco 1841 connected to the internet on fa0/1 - LAN connected to fa0/0/1 (switch port, connected to Vlan1)
On my LAN I have a web server that houses different websites. Those websites have DNS records that point to my public IP address, located on fa0/1. From the outside I can reach the websites perfectly, but I can't reach them from the inside. So it looks like I can't seem to connect from my local LAN address to the public ip address on the Cisco (who then should NAT it to the correct server)
Here is a snippet from my config:
--NAT-- ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.0.3 80 interface FastEthernet0/1 80 ip nat inside source route-map Internet interface FastEthernet0/1 overload
--OUTSIDE INTERFACE-- interface FastEthernet0/1 description WAN ip address dhcp ip access-group WAN-IN in [ code]...
--INSIDE INTERFACE-- interface Vlan1 description LAN ip address 192.168.0.254 255.255.255.0 ip access-group LAN-IN in [Code]....
I went through all discussions regarding how to block access to some web sites. And I was trying to implement them but it didn't work. I've used 887G-3G-K9 router and UC540, and I'm not sure if it's possible to do that on them or I need to get a license for that or to buy ASA. How can I check that URL blocking is available feature on those devices?
I've used 2 methods:
2) class-map and policy-map
class-map match-any http match protocol http url "*facebook.com*" match protocol http url "*www.facebook.com*"
I installed a X3000 yesterday. I notice I can't access parts of certain websites - it seems to be just those parts of each site where a logon/password is required.My wireless dongle on the same laptop works OK, so it seems to be a router problem?
Got a new EA4500 for Xmas. After setting up the new router I could only access you tube and Google at a very slow speed, however I can not access any other website - Facebook, yahoo and etc... it would ping yahoo and Google no problem friend told me to do a tracer to some ip address and his conclusion was the router is fully functional
ISP uses PPPoE, Im sure that the username and password are correct. upgraded to the latest firmware manually, and holy hell accessing the router with no internet access.
I have had my router for about a month and all the wireless lan stuff seems to be brilliant. Recently I signed up to an ISP (Plusnet), and can't access most websites. The ISP has told me that I should take this up with my Router company. I seem to be having the exact same problems as this guy was having [url]....
I recently bought the E4200 v2. When I first installed, I ran the firmware update and then performed a hard reset (push reset button for 20 secs). I then began to enter all the PPPoE information and network settings into the new router (verified these settings with the existing WRT54GL router I'm current using and they all matched). I then disconnected the old router, and powered up the E4200. I was able to access the new router (192.168.0.1), I could see all previously shared files/computers with the new router, but I could not access most websites - usually I got a timeout error, or they eventually loaded in 10x the usual speed. This was typical of both laptops - one wired, and one wireless. My wireless handheld device could connect to the wireless network, and ran a speeedtest.net test, and upload/download speeds were normal - but I could not access the internet from the device. When I switched back to the old router, everything worked perfectly again. I have tried some suggestions on changing MTU values, but that did not seem to make any difference.
As a work-around, I have ended up keeping the WRT54GL as the main router and using the E4200 in bridged mode for wireless only (not what I ideally would like)..
I've been on DSL with British Telcom Infnity (FTTC) since March and had no problems with the service. My router, however, an Apple Time Capsule, was not so reliable and needed a reboot every few days,So I just purchased the E4200 V2The Setup completes OK and PPPoE logs into my ISP fine. But then I hit the problem.Most of the websites I use simply won't load . In Safari on my OS X Lion, Macbook, I get an error like this "Request Timeout. The server timed out while waiting for the browser's request. Reference #2.525fdd58.1336048435.0" In IE on my Windows XP laptop, the error is "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage"But some websites still load fine. So [url]..., loads instantly. Most other sites I try, including [url]... - won't load at all. (Plusnet is my ISP)If I connect to my work VPN, I can browse as normal
So I have a really strange problem where I cannot access my credit union's website at all through any computer in my house. I've tried on 3 different laptops both Mac and PC, along with PC desktop and my iPhone.What's weird is that I can access the website on my iPhone if I turn off wifi and use 3G - no problems. But once I'm on the wireless network again it just loads for 20-30 seconds before saying it can't connect to the server. The URL is which I also checked on down for everyone or just me - the results came back immediately saying it's just me!t this point I literally have no idea what to do... tried resetting the router, logging into the admin via 192.168.1.1 and couldn't find any firewalls or blocked URLs. I'm fairly knowledgeable with computers and OS' but networking I'm no savant.
I've been having a strange intermitent problem with my E1500 wireless router. When we first bought and installed it everything was working well with no known problems. After several months no one using the router was able to access certain websites as well as a game server that we play on. No one had made any changes to the router settings and I assumed at first that it was an ISP problem. After talking with our ISP tech support they finally suggested plugging my PC directly into the modem rather then the router. I did and found that the websites and servers that previously wouldn't connect while using the router were now reachable. Any changes to the router settings since installation.I decided that just in case someone unauthorized had made changes to simply revert the router to factory settings and reinstall the software. After doing this I found that I could again reach the websites and servers that I previously could not. So time went on with no problems until a few months later when the same websites and servers were again unreachable by anyone on our router. I again reset the router to factory settings and changed passwords as a precaution, but this time the websites and servers were unreachable even though I had just reset the router.
I have a Linksys WRT54GS router that I have installed dd-wrt on.My household is overloaded with wireless devices, and living in a home of 6, speeds for everyone seem to slow down drastically later at night when everyone is simultaneously connected and streaming media -- whether it be Netflix, YouTube, etc.. My typical speed wired to the router with no other connections is around 25 mb/s down and 1-2 mb/s up.Obviously, it's going to slow to a crawl when we have an iPad, 3 iPod touches, an iPhone, a Wii (playing Netflix) and 4 PCs all connected simultaneously.What I need to do is give my personal computer priority and throttle all other devices. So that I myself will have decent speeds while hampering all of the other household connections. I rely on those speeds for my job and that should have priority over my brother watching music videos on YouTube.
With M10, I cannot restrict internet access for specific time period. Parent Control feature doesn't satisfy the situation, and there is no build-in access-policy in web-based setup. Are you going to upgrade firmware or Cisco Connect with more flexible access time control?
Within the Internet Access Policy section of the browser based utility, is it possible to limit access for a specific device (PC) to LAN only (not allow any traffic to external internet)? I see that you can block internet access for a specific machine, however I didn't know if this was inclusive of LAN as well.If not, is there another way to achieve this via the E3000 or should I be looking for a solution on the specific PC itself?
I can ping across the tunnel from the pc's on either end of the tunnel, but I can't ping across the tunnel from the routers. If i ping using the source command using the LAN interface, the ping is successfull.
The reason i need this is for the remote router to be able to lookup the head office server for dns wins and ldap.
I have a PIX 501 with 6.2 FW. The firewall inside network is connected to a Windows server (Mailserver). I can get access to most websites on all clients as well as on the server. However, there are some particular websites, such as facebook.com that the server and all but one client cannot access. I get a "cannot display the webpage" in internet explorer.
I have disabled the Windows firewall and AV. I have also scanned for any malware and no malware was found.
I found on the forums a "fixup protocol dns" solution, but my PIX version does not support it.
Getting a message along the lines of: can't access this website when accessing certain websites such as the BBC and my university's intranet as well as random websites, also I can't access things like the online content on games such as far cry 3 or saints row 3.I've tried rebooting the router, I've tried the command prompt tracert, I've tried getting on other browsers with no avail and I've tried the other computers in my house and they've been getting on fine, tried full antivirus and malware scans and I've tried checking my firewall settings.