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Re: [K12OSN] WEB ON/OFF Control over web access to terminals



Hi Tom,

How about ifdown eth1? 
	I don't know how to do scripts yet,  but if you could bring the NIC up and 
down when you neede to it should cut off the outside world.
Duane

On Tuesday 11 June 2002 07:30, aust_txv ACCESS-K12 org wrote:
> Greetings,
> Any direction would be really cool.
>
> Problem: 1) Students browsing the web while teachers do their thing...
> 2) Maybe a bigger issue...teachers leaving the classroom while kids are on
> the Internet....yes I know that's a NO-NO but I can't be in 300 classrooms
> all at once...although that would be neat ;)
>
> Question:
> Using the k12ltsp model of one powerful workstation serving maybe 5-10
> terminal boxes in a classroom.  I would like the teachers to have to turn
> access to the web on/off to the clients.  This option should be OFF by
> default and timed to return to default after 60 minutes.   I don't want to
> cut off network access because kids save to another server - just web
> access.
>
> a bash script that says "turn on/off access to the web for 60 minutes "
> with a desktop icon ??  A webmin module ??
>
> Thanks,
>
> Tom Ventresco
>
>
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