>>> "Christopher J. Wargaski" 23/01/2008 04:28 >>>
>Hey Ian--
> The source TCP port will be (nearly) random, but your workstations
>will be configured to proxy to Surf Control at TCP port 8081. You
>first want to permit that traffic, then explicitly deny HTTP access
>elsewhere. Finally, allow the rest of your stuff.

That was exactly what I needed, once I'd put in an extra "deny" for SSL traffic. Many thanks!


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