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    That's some clever shit right there!

    Although could obviously be used for naughty naughty things!

    Doesn't help this particular situation (students own laptops) but here is some info on blocking using hash in S2K3.
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    Quote Originally Posted by imiddleton25 View Post
    Taking the gateway out stops the laptops connecting to any other vlan
    so they get no access to anyother resource on other vlans. So yes it does stop ultrasurf but might as well change the security key on accesspoint so only teachers can use wireless. Back to the drawing board.
    Quote Originally Posted by SYNACK View Post
    You could still do this by removing the default gateway from your core routers routing table, the one that routes between your VLANS.
    imiddleton - that could certainly make things more interesting.

    SYNACK - it took me a minute to work out what you were saying, but yeah that would certainly work.
    An alternative would be, as our RBC are proposing atm, to set up an ACL on the router/firewall to deny all traffic from clients, only allowing the proxy and any servers unrestricted access. You could even have a range of addresses reserved for if you need unrestricted access, such as when registering Sibelius.

    ^ Persoanlly im against that method as our way of not passing teh default gateway out gives the same outcome, therefore there are no benefits and only disadvantages for us. But for others it will certainly make bypassing proxies nigh on impossible.



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