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Barracuda SSL VPN

How can I configure NAC Exceptions for my Barracuda SSL VPN?

  • Type: Knowledgebase
  • Date changed: 9 years ago

Solution #00004506

 

Scope:

This solution applies to Barracuda SSL VPNs, firmware version 1.5 and above.

 

Answer:

To configure a NAC Exception the Barracuda SSL VPN should have NAC enabled and configured. When this has been done go to Access Control > NAC Exceptions to begin creating exceptions.

 

To create an exception:

 

  1. Enter a name for the exception.
  2. Select the Lookup button. This will open Applies to window. From here, accounts, groups, and policies from the current database can be assigned to the exception. Once the required accounts, groups, and/or policies have been assigned select the Add button.
  3. The Start Time, End Time, and Access Days fields are all optional fields that allow an exception to be restricted to a specific time frame and/or day. Leaving the Time fields blank will cause the exception to have no time limit.
  4. The Type field will set the type of exception that is being created. Depending on the type of exception chosen the Sub Type/Expression field will change its available options to match the type. Configuration details for the different types can be found below.
  5. The Access field allows definition of what should happen to the user should this exception apply. There are four options:
    • Allow and Continue – if the system meets this exception it will allow access and continue to check the next exception.
    • Allow – the system meets this exception it will allow access and move on to check the next set of exception types
    • Block and Continue – the system meets this exception it will block access and continue to check the next exception
    • Block – the system meets this exception it will block access and move on to check the next set of exception types

 

 

Exception Types

 

  • Browser type – The Sub Type field will populate with a list of web browsers.
  • Flash Version – The Sub Type field will populate with a list of Flash versions.
  • Hot Fixes – The Sub Type field will populate with a list of Windows operating systems.
  • IP Address – The Sub Type field will become a text field for entering the IP Address/range.
  • KB – The Sub Type field will populate with a list of Hot Fix reference numbers.
  • Logon Time – The Sub Type field will not be selectable, this type uses the Time fields.
  • OS – The Sub Type field will populate with list of operating systems.
  • Security – The Sub Type field will have a choice of All or No up-to-date Anti Virus.

 

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