edadios Thu, 07/21/2011 - 17:59
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Hello Wilke,


You can check the access log for the user agents you want to block, and configure for those.


To find user agent:

a) Browser to

GUI -> "System Administration" -> "Log Subscription" -> 'Access logs'


b) Add

%u

in the Custom fields

c) Submit and commit the changes


Then

d) Grep or tail the access logs based on client IP address

e) The user agent string should be located at end of the access log line


Here is a close example, though this is doing authentication bypass:

http://tinyurl.com/m5kf9c


Then instead of configuring for bypass authentication, configure an access policy that will block all traffic from this identity.


I hope this infomratiom helps you.


Regards,

Eric

Chris Illsley Wed, 12/28/2011 - 08:12
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Hi Tommy, use two access rules:


1) Useragent IE allow traffic

2) User agent all deny traffic


Hope this helps.


Chris

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