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Re: Internet access controled by user/protocol

On Wed, 2005-06-29 at 10:12 -0300, Marcelo Magno T. Sales wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a MS ISA Server in my network which is used solely for
> controlling Internet access. For Windows workstations, it has an
> installable client that transparently authenticates users with the
> server using their Active Directory credentials, given when logging on.
> I'm migrating several machines in the network to linux, and would like a
> similar solution to control Internet access for linux clients. I've read
> about squid authenticating against an LDAP base, but only for HTTP
> access. Is there a linux based solution for controlling Internet access
> by user and by protocol? For example, I want it to be possible to
> configure it so that groupA would have access to POP3, SMTP, and HTTP,
> groupB would have access to MSN, FTP and a HTTP for a given group of
> domains, and so on.
> I was studying nufw (www.nufw.org), which seemed to solve my problem
> using an iptables module, but this site has been off-line for several
> weeks now :(
> If possible, I would like a linux based solution that would authenticate
> linux and windows users against an LDAP base (such as MS AD) and allow
> me to create filters based on LDAP users and groups. Or, at least, a way
> to configure linux to authenticate in MS ISA Server.
> TIA,
> Marcelo


www.nufw.org seems to be up at the moment.


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