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Question by john
Submitted on 7/28/2003
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Can I use firewall to restrict some users to access the Internet but allow some to access it?

Answer by thomas
Submitted on 7/25/2006
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An internal firewall is able to do this, it looks at the process table to see who owns the process and allows/denies based on that.

An external firewall does not have that information unless you use an authenticated protocol of some sort, e.g. squid ACL's


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