Add a computer to access a custom forbidden domain on SonicWall firewall

Have a SonicWall TZ600.  I have in the custom forbidden domains.  I want to give access to to 1 user on the network.  How would I do this?
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J SpoorTMECommented:
create a separate policy for the user?
either by his ip or username.
Philip ElderTechnical Architect - HA/Compute/StorageCommented:
If AD integrated then set up a rule on the SW to allow that user to access the site via a whitelist that sits higher in the rule set than the blacklist.

If not AD integrated, then set a DHCP reservation in place for that user's PC, Add a Network Address object using that IP, and set up a whitelist rule as per above and make sure it sits higher (lower number) in the rules list.
J SpoorTMECommented:
you ca also use a MAC object to apply a policy to.
So no need for static DHCP
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mkramer777Author Commented:
so if I was to add a separate policy for an ip would I add the user's IP address as "Lan Interface IP"?
J SpoorTMECommented:
you add an address ibject of type MAC withteh mac address of the users PC. Then apply the policy to that object.

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J SpoorTMECommented:
LAN Interface IP is a built in object that contains the IP address of the SonicWall itself.
mkramer777Author Commented:
Is this the right area to setup a 2nd policy?  Have not done this before.  Where do I find MAC for address object?
J SpoorTMECommented:
source address would be the object to be created

go to network>address objects, add a new one of type mac.
mkramer777Author Commented:
OK.  Also, (and not sure if I need to open a new question for this or not)  I need to open port 1935 on the firewall.  What are the steps to do this?
J SpoorTMECommented:
what do you need the port for?
1935 is adobe flash media server, are you hosting that?

unless you have restricted LAN to WAN firewall rules, you don't need to open any ports outbound.
mkramer777Author Commented:
It is an auction site which uses flash that no one in the network can access.    See screenshot
J SpoorTMECommented:
SonicWalls by default do not block out bound traffic.

but if you create a service object for TCP 1935, you can use that I a LAN to WAN firewall rule.
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