siebenborn | 24 Aug 16:06 2006
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Nocat with Websense


Hi,

I wish to set up a captive Web portal.
We use "nocat" in open mode for the redirection of web pages.
We use the LessNetwork solution.
(http://www.lessnetworks.com/static/v099/LessINSTALL.html). It's a linux
distribution RedHat with a dhcp, apache and nocat.

We like to filter web pages with our Websense.

Have you a solution to filter the Web pages with nocat and with the websense ?

Thank you

Regards

David
E M Recio | 25 Aug 01:44 2006

Re: Nocat with Websense

siebenborn <at> free.fr wrote:

> I wish to set up a captive Web portal.
> We use "nocat" in open mode for the redirection of web pages.
> We use the LessNetwork solution.
> (http://www.lessnetworks.com/static/v099/LessINSTALL.html). It's a linux
> distribution RedHat with a dhcp, apache and nocat.
> 
> We like to filter web pages with our Websense.
> 
> Have you a solution to filter the Web pages with nocat and with the websense ?

We will have to do something similar here. Since it's a public network, 
we are thinking about installing either a) an additional network agent 
on the actual network being managed by no-cat, adding a firewall rule to 
allow access to the policy servers' ports; or b) installing a policy 
server on the network managed by no-cat; or c) [this is what we'll 
probably go with] integrate websense with Squid as the required proxy 
server for all clients on the no-cat network.

HTH,
Elmo

Gmane