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juan9182

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#1
Hello, I think that this can be done but I don't know how...

A) I have user A with the IP 192.168.1.3
B) user B with the IP 192.168.1.4

I want user A to have access to youtube.com and user B not.

So far I made a RPZ for youtube.com and it works. I made the redirection but for all users
and a made a zone for youtube.com, same effect but for all users again.

Any clue?

(I'm trying to migrate this ugly monster :
https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/60181/#post-345932

To a more "well done" setup.
 

SirDice

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Set up a proxy for your users. Then you will have exactly the kind of control you want. DNS is not the way to solve this.
 

juan9182

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Set up a proxy for your users. Then you will have exactly the kind of control you want. DNS is not the way to solve this.
i have already done, the problem is the https traffic, i cannot manage that with squid for privacy reasons
 

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