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Grant Access that bypasses filter

I need suggestions with a way to set up access to one of my end users so that they can bypass our content filter.

I'm assuming I will have to set a static IP to the PC that will be affiliated with this access.

Currently we have an ASA5510...and we own our own C Class subnet that is external to our network....however, I am clueless as to what exactly I would need to do to open this door up. I have an officer that is needing to browse certain sites we have restricted normally from inside the network...any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.


Re: Grant Access that bypasses filter

The security appliance grants access to a particular user for a particular session based on the policies you define. It generates a DAP during user authentication by selecting and/or aggregating attributes from one or more DAP records. It selects these DAP records based on the endpoint security information of the remote device and/or AAA authorization information for the authenticated user. It then applies the DAP record to the user tunnel or session.

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