Guys, I need some help with CSA. My client has the following scenario on it's remote assets:
- Every remote asset have 4 IP interfaces through which the employee is able to connect to networks: Wired, Wi-Fi(a/b/g), 3G via USB and Bluetooth. Being the 3G and BT through their BlackBerry smartphones.
- The user may use only 1 interface at a time, exclusively. Having the wired intf the top priority.
I've tried setting a few rules in order to get that behaviour:
1) Trigger: System State > Intf Wired active(custom set set to monitor the Wired intf only).
Rule: Network Access Control > Block traffic through all other intfs but the Wired.
2) Trigger: System State > Intf Wi-Fi active(custom set set to monitor the Wi-Fi intf only).
Rule: Network Access Control > Block traffic through all other intfs but the Wi-Fi.
And the 3rd and 4th rules are the same but regards the 3G and BT intfs.
The thing is that it won't work as fast and as precise as I need it. It takes way too long before the blocking actually starts happening and the end-user doesn't see that he's actually using just one intf. For instance, if he's connected via the Wired intf, if he turns the Wi-Fi Radio on, he will get the available networks listed and even get an IP address through DHCP by that intf.
Is there any way I can make these blocking more stable and precise? I wish I could make a rule that actually disables the adapter itself, as it would be seen in the OS, for instance in Windows, the red x would be marked upon the Wi-Fi adapter if the Wired adapter is already in use.
Thanks in advance!