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anekkab
New Contributor

Allowing acces to one facebook page

Hello everyone,

 

i want to allow access to only one facebook page and block other pages...

i've been looking for a solution but nothing worked, is there any way that i can do this. Im using URL filter.

Fortigat 80D v5.2.7,build718 (GA)

 

thank you for your answers

 

2 Solutions
gsarica

Can you post a screen shot of the static URL filters you're using?

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Bromont_FTNT

Facebook uses HTTPS so the URL filter will only see facebook.com (it gets this from reading the certificate CN)... you'll need to use SSL Deep Inspection to see the full URL

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gsarica
Contributor

Using the static URL filter should work. Assuming you aren't blocking Facebook at all you can set up a rule for 'facebook.com' and block it. Then create another rule for 'facebook.com/XXXXXXXX' where the X's are the full page you want to allow and move that above your block rule.

anekkab

I've tried it...not working :(

 

Tanks :)

gsarica

Can you post a screen shot of the static URL filters you're using?

Bromont_FTNT

Facebook uses HTTPS so the URL filter will only see facebook.com (it gets this from reading the certificate CN)... you'll need to use SSL Deep Inspection to see the full URL

anekkab

The both configuration where tested whit all SSL Inspection options

1st conf

[link]https://www.facebook.com/...r/?fref=ts[/link] ==> Simple == > Allow ==> Enable

*facebook* ==> Wildcard ==> Block ==> Enable

 

2nd Conf

*facebook.com/lepoivronrouge.fr* ==> Wildcard ==> Allow ==> Enable

*facebook* ==> Wildcard ==> Block ==> Enable

mramon79
New Contributor

Hello,

 

1)Enable ssl deep inspection in the policy

2)block fortiguard category-->Social networking

3)add an url filter for that facebook url with action  "exempt"

 

If this doesn´t work try this:

1)Enable ssl deep inspection in the policy

2)add an url filter for that facebook url with action  "exempt"

3)add an url filter for  *.facebook.com url with action  "block"

 

 

I hope this will help you

 

Regards