My son is constantly on social networking sites whilst he ought to be revising for his exams. I have tried blocking his websites from the router but this blocks everyones access to the sites. How can I prevent just him from accessing these sites through the router without interfering with my elder kids acess to the sites? Also i would like to know how to block all proxy servers as he is always using these to bypass my restrictions.
I am having some trouble with the antivirus software.I had AVG antivirus installed but I thought it was causing some problems.So I unistalled it and downloaded a trial version of Bitdefender.Got it installed and found out I can't browse the web via Firefox. So I was trying to go through all the settings in Bitdef. but no luck.Uninstalled BD, rebooted the comp, still no internet. I did clean the registry and spyware as well.But the weird bit is that somehow I can browse the internet using old IE8 (64bit only. 32bit is not working?).I was also trying to re-install AVG but it could not complete as the connection with their server was blocked.It seems like something is blocking everything apart from 64bit ver. of IE8.
I have an existing VPN tunnel from my branch office to corporate.I want to allow my employees to establish a VPN connection to our local branch office where we have a local server, and not go through the corporate office.Can I set up a direct VPN connection to my router/ firewall at the branch office, even when there is a VPN tunnel already connected between my office and corporate?
My employees connects with a cisco ipsec vpn client to asa1,They can connect the network 192.168.1.0/24 from the employee location.(192.168.3.10 - 192.168.3.15) ip pool.Some people must also have a connection to the 192.168. 2.0/ 24, is it possible when they connect to asa1 with the ipsec vpnclient and that the 192.168.2.0/24 network also is avaible.
I was at my computer when the desktop appearance and taskbar changed. I immediately opened task manager to see what program might have caused this and didn't see anything out of the ordinary. Then about 2 minutes later my desktop changed back to what it normally is. I then went and disabled remote desktop connections... I think that someone may have accessed my pc remotely, buy I wasn't able to catch them at it. Is there any way to review incoming remote desktop connections historically?
I am trying to figure out how to give computers that connect to my LAN limited access. I have heard that some viruses, though rare, may travel through the network and infect all computers on the network. I want to prevent this. Is there any way to give computers connected to my network strict access to only the internet to prevent viruses or any other harmful attacks?
I've created a hostname & account with [url].... for my vpn setup.It was working fine until 2 days back. owa was accesible and configured MS Exchange on iPhones.
Suddenly it stopped working.The updation of IP from ISP is happening @ chnageip.com site, but when we ping the hostname, it is not resolving to new ip and is not pinging.Our users outside the coporate's internal network is unable to access.
I configured a dynamic vpn(easy vpn) in a cisco isr. But the vpn clients cannot access any of the lan devices. VPN pool is 10.0.0.1- 10.0.0.20 & internal netwrk add is 172.17.x.x. I tried to disable zone based firewall but no resultout[CODE]
I installed Comodo Firewall today, and I couldn't access my Internet from then. I actually liked it's UI and all and want to keep it. The only something that I felt that might be causing the problem is "Use Comodo Secure DNS Server"? Is it likely the reason to be the cause of the problem?
I'm having some problems with a sonicwall pro2040. The problem is this: I can access the sonicwall remotely, and I can ssh into the sonicwall and ping various websites, and get replies, but my connected PCs (Connected by the LAN port) have no internet access. I have never set up a sonicwall before this one, and I feel like there is something I may be missing. Do Sonicwall devices block WAN access by default? Do I need to configure the default route?
I am running a Kodak all in one printer through a Billion 7800n router. The desktop computer running Vista is hard wired and the portable running Windows 7 is wireless to the router. The Printer is hard wired to the Billion router. Where are running Norton 360 on both computers. Everything was running fine until two weeks ago and we get the error that the firewall is stopping access from both computers. I have tried turning off Norton but no effect so I assume it has something to do with the firewall on the Billion 7800n router? Why stop now after several weeks of working fine after setup?
Previously we had no problem with remote users connecting via VPN but recently they can't connect and i've checked the firewall and it shows the errors (see attached jpeg) but I'm not sure what it all means.
I need remote access to certain programs on my home PC but I just cannot get it to work.
When I set the programs port preferences (i.e. port 8087), I can connect with"127.0.0.1:8087" and webcamXP work fine. But when I replace the localhost with my external IP (lets say 22.214.171.124, so that would be "http://126.96.36.199:8087".I tried port forwarding: I have added the port to my NAT in the router's setting so it should be fine, but it is not (numbers are fictual of course):
external port start 8085, external port end 8089, protocol TCP/UDP, internal port start 8085, internal port end 8089, server IP address 192.168.1.215)
I also tried disabling AVG Internet Security 2011's firewall temporarily just to check it it was blocking it, but got the same result.I checked if Windows own firewall was on, but it is off.I cannot find any setting in the router's own configuration screen to disable any build in (router's) firewall (if it has any).
So, I have this router at home a WRT150N. I put in access restrictions so my siblings won't stray onto unwanted pages.I enabled SPI Firewall Protection and what do you know, it worked. The next day though, we didn't have an internet connection.I checked everything with the modem (power cycles, etc.) and then I tried the router. Upon disabling SPI Firewall Protection, the internet connection came back.I tested it yet again, to see if it really was the SPI. Enabled and bam, no internet access again. I made sure to select "Allow" in the Access Restrictions for "Internet access during selected days and hours" making sure also that "Everyday" and "24 Hours" are selected.Now my question is, what do I need to do in order to enable my Access Restrictions without having to lose internet connection via the SPI Firewall?
Is it true that the FCC is investigating the Pogo game site because of poor security? Is Java the cause of this problem?I'm very leery of getting on the Pogo site because I've been told that my computer could get a virus and crash.
I'm new to IT, and have been put in charge of managing our servers hile my boss is on vacation.We currently have a Sonicwall Network Security Appliance that handles our Firewall/VPN and have web content filtering set in place.I have a user who belongs to 2 CFS policy groups that we have set up. I've double checked with Active Directory, and he is a member of both groups.
This person SHOULD have access to Job searches/ and Restaurants,but receives a "content blocked" message on his browser.It appears to me that the settings in Sonicwall are correct, as well with AD member groups.
I am trying to connect to a Security-enabled wireless netowork. I have the key. My problem is that I can't seem to figure out how to enter it. When I try to connect I open the "view available networks"window. I see the network name and it shows a strong signal (all 5 green bars).
I try to configure my CISCO ASA 5505 for remote access vpn, and I encounter the following issue : Secure VPN Connection terminated locally by the Client. Reason 412: The remote peer is no longer responding. [code]
We have configured site to site VPN tunnel from offshore to client location using ASA5510 and accessing RDP from client location. Also configured remote VPN access at offshore location. But using remote VPN client we are able to get RDP from officeshore location but not able to access RDP from client location. Is there any additional changes required ?
Is it possible to restrict the Remote Access VPN to ASA based on the Source Public IP , if so how ? here I am not talking about the VPN-Filter under group-policy . I Want to restrict the access from specified source IP (Public IP)
I opened my iTunes program today and noticed a roommate's MP3 files were picked up on my network. I think the name of the program is Rocket Tube MP3. Anyway, I came on here because our computers use a Wi-Fi internet connection and I was wondering how much of my web activity (history, cookies, temporary files, etc) he could see from my laptop if his computer was a desktop downstairs. He's very tech-savvy (a former IT guy) and I don't want him snooping through my personal records.
I have an internal user that needs to remote desktop to an external internet serverI can traceroute and ping from his desktop to that server. I have a Cisco 2811 that is internet facing that I think is blocking the remote desktop. It does not access lists, but has a map-policy which I am unfamiliar with and can't seem to find much when I google about doing a remote desktop on a map-policy. If you can add remote desktop as a policy or something else blocking it, or do I need to build an access list.