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    SmoothWall regular expression problem

    I am trying to add a Regular expression URLs to a custom filter in order to unblock some sites. The URLs alway contain :1935/open.

    I have added (:1935/open) to the regular expression filter but it does allow the page through. I then escaped the / with \ to give (:1935\/open) but I receive "Error - You have an invalid entry in the 'Regular expression URLs' field. The problem is on line 4"

    How to I get SmoothWall to allow URLs with ":1935/open" through?

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    Hm, you shouldnt need to escape the / - but maybe the :?
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