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User Authentication based on FQDN


I'm trying to enable FQDN-based authentication.

Using No-IP as DDNS attached to the WAN interfaces of the FW. You want to configure a rule that only allows access from certain domains.

Can someone provide me with some tips to achieve this?


Category: Entry Level Firewalls


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    TKWITSTKWITS Community Legend ✭✭✭✭✭

    What service(s) are you trying to do this for? SSLVPN?

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    OK the idea is the following

    two groups of users, each one with different domains to access (using FQDN filtering) using the DDNS service of NO-IP.

    Each FW has two WAN interfaces, attached to the DDNS in such a way that just by entering the URL you can access the FW through the interface that is active at that time.

    at the same time limit, that only logging in to the FW can be done using the defined domains

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