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i have 3 XG sophos and the web exceptions is not working on any of them
per example : ^([A-Za-z0-9.-]*\.)?login.superservice\.com/? wont open the page
if i go to https://login.superservice.com on a non firewall pc it works but not on xg
same for web.powertrackafrica.com , i have to open everything for it to work
what should i do , i need specific websites only to work for everyone
Could you please try this expression [A-Za-z0-9.-]*\.?\.login\.superservice\.com and check if that would resolve the issue?
In reply to Aditya Patel:
didn't work , i receive an error that IT categories are blocked and this ^([A-Za-z0-9.-]*\.)?login\.superservice\.com/? doesnt open either
the website https://login.superservice.com takes me directly to https://login.superservice.com/login/en-us/?goto=https:%2F%2Flogin.superservice.com%2F
so i opened this in the exception but still same issue
In reply to TarekHalloun:
please check you exception against the offered one, yours is different.
In reply to rfcat_vk:
i used this one : [A-Za-z0-9.-]*\.?\.login\.superservice\.com
it did not work
Please try following regex:
In reply to Mitko:
I just tried the login to the site and did not require an exception.
What web and application policies are you using that cause the site to require an exception?
When to try to login what does the log viewer -> web show as the failing reason?
i want to block all internet for certain people except this website
nothing is shown on the logs
support is working remotely to verify
same ..website doesnt open
Traffic can be blocked by IPS and Application control.
Did you check their logs?
according to support : The web exceptions would only for for web filter module. As firewall would have a higher priority over web filter the traffic will no go to the web component. In this setup you have two options. 1) create a FQDN for selected sites or 2) set the firewall rule 1 as allow and use web filter Deny All. Then the policy of web exceptions would work. Also set application filter while using option 2 to block applications so they would not use a tool to bypass the firewall. In your setup I would advise option 1 as list of allowed websites is limited.
So if u want to allow some websites for all or several folks only you have to create a firewall rule with destination the fqdn of the sites you want
had to check with google network debugger to allow all the fqdn needed and it works - but i still believe the exception should be prior to firewall