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Blicking Websites in a Linux OS

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In my Company We are having a Linux OS based system from where we are sharing the internet access to client systems used by our employees. We just want to give permission for limited websites, where the client system can able to access only the trusted Websites provided, Other Websites should be blocked in the server itself preventing users to view the Website.
Is there any way to accomplish this.
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Kamran Arshad earned 500 total points
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Hi,

It is recommended that you Install a proxy server between your network and your gateway router. The best option is Squid.

www.squid-cache.org

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