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Allowing an Exception to an IPSEC rule.

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I have setup an IPSEC rule to block all inbound/outbound traffic on port 80.  This has stopped any internet access which was the goal.  However, there is one program that seems to be using port 80 as well.  It comes up with an error talking to host server (which is housed off site).  Is there a way to allow this program access to port 80 or perhaps include an exception to my IPSEC rule to allow the servers IP to communicate on port 80?
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The answer would depend on the appliance/software you are using.        

For example, in cisco's world, the answer would be yes since the IPSEC VPN filter is just an access list which you can build with any number of allow/deny elements.  
i.e. logic:
allow this 1 server to use tcp 80
deny all other servers tcp 80
allow all addresses all ip


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