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How to block certain website in ASA firewall?

Posted on 2011-09-29
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This is using Cisco ASA 5520 firewall. My management wanted to block certain websites, such as, jobsdb.com, etc. How to do it in the above mentioned firewall?
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Hi ienaxxx,

The second link provided by you looks interesting - but, does it support version 8.4(1)?
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Hi all,

For the thorough web-filtering, does it mean I have to buy the required license?
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