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Can I (and how) configure Cyberoam to filter internet access for the same user differently during multiple periods of time in the same day?

Posted on 2015-01-28
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Here's the scenario I would like to configure Cyberoam for...

1. Group of users A have restricted access to internet during business hours (e.g. no social network).
2. Group of users B have another restricted access (which includes social network) but only during break time (12:00-14:00) and outside of business hours (outside of 08:00 to 17:00).
3. I want Group A to have the same access as Group B during break time and outside of business hours.

Is this possible and how can I do this?

I'm using Cyberoam CR300iNG, with Firmware version: 10.04.5 build 007.

Thanks!
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Question by:Serge_De_Pauw
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if based on logic (3), Group A has no internet to social n/w at all while Group B has access except that two time period stated. It is likely then 2 possible Web Filter policy rules e.g. Grp A "deny internet" and Grp B "deny internet in lunch-off hr". You can check out the below for the policy configuration on the "Schedule" and "Category Type", then apply the policy to Firewall Rule or User/User Group @ http://kb.cyberoam.com/default.asp?id=2395

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