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Thread: (ask) kerio on opensuse

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    ebilma2 NNTP User

    Default (ask) kerio on opensuse

    Hi all,
    iam ebil. iam a newbie in using opensuse and linux in common. my company ask me to migrate our internet server to linux so i choose open suse. in my windows server i use kerio as our firewall n dhcp server. when i migrate on open suse i try to setup opensuse router. DHCP,Router n DNS server already working. My question is how come i use web site authentication just like kerio firewall when a client/user is accessing a website??
    thanks before. GBU

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    Default Re: (ask) kerio on opensuse

    So called "Personal Firewalls" like kerio don't exist on Linux for a simple reason.

    The only feature that works reliably with personal firewalls is that they all suck.

  3. #3
    ebilma2 NNTP User

    Default Re: (ask) kerio on opensuse

    not "personal firewalls" i mean kerio winroute.

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    Default Re: (ask) kerio on opensuse

    You are talking about some windows software most people won't know, so you should explain what that thing does or at least post a link to a description of the software.

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    ebilma2 NNTP User

    Default Re: (ask) kerio on opensuse

    here is the kerio website Kerio Technologies, Inc. | Connect. Communicate. Collaborate. Securely. | Kerio. i used kerio winroute for DNS and DHCP server in windows. one of the feature of kerio is website authentication when user/client try to accessing a website. now, i try to migrate in openuse for routers. DNS n dhcp already working here. but i dont know how to settup website authentication for user/client in a network. iam sorry bro cos iam a newbie. i need help. thanks

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    Default Re: (ask) kerio on opensuse

    If you are talking about users having to authenticate before being able to surf the web, then you want a proxy with authentication (and maybe optional filtering properties).

    If so, squid might be what you want.

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    Camalen NNTP User

    Default Re: (ask) kerio on opensuse

    ebilma2 wrote:

    > not "personal firewalls" i mean kerio winroute.


    I think you would have similar results in opensuse by using a firewall
    (SuSEfirewall2) and some kind of proxy (Squid).

    Greetings,

    --
    Camalen

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    ebilma2 NNTP User

    Default Re: (ask) kerio on opensuse

    thanks alkoeh, i willbe looking for squid information.

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