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blocking websites

Posted on 2010-11-18
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Last Modified: 2012-05-10
i have juniper SSG20 as a firewall and gateway , i have tried to block some sites on the firewall (facebook and youtube) but could not for some reason . What i am using as of now is OPENDNS ....to block some sites  ...but i still face some problem as the opendns dns setting needs to synch with the dynamic ip addresses of my interface  .

Can any one please suggest me a permanent way of blocking social networking sites on Juniper SSG20

Thanks and Regards .
Question by:Habtom Tsegezeab
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if you are already using opendns there is a way to update (sync) your dynamic ip


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do you mean using the opendns updater  

thanks and regards

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configure Websense url filter on firewall.

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by:Habtom Tsegezeab
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i have still to run the updater manually

otherwise ur comments are very helpful

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