> From lazar @
com Thu Oct 24 18:37:29 1996
> X-Sender: lazar @
> Date: Thu, 24 Oct 1996 17:18:57 -0400
> To: firewalls @
> From: Irwin Lazar <lazar @
> Subject: Web Site Blocking
> Mime-Version: 1.0
> Hi all:
> Quick question. We are working on a large distributed network that will
> have several points to the Internet.
> One of the requirements is to be able to filter access to certain web sites
> of the adult nature. The network will have four access points to the
> Is it possible to control this type of access through a high-end
> application layer firewall placed at the internet points, or is the only
> way to do this through a product such as net-nanny running on the
> individual PC's?
Some application layer firewalls support this capability. The one I am
most familiar with ;-) the ANS InterLock supports the ability to selectively
block sites, directory hierarchies or individual pages.
> thanks for any responses.
> lazar @
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