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Fotógrafo Marco Antonio

Redirecting internet access using NATD or IPFW

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I manage a small hotspot for internal access (intranet), but every logged have external access (internet).

I want block this internet access - e.g.: www.uol.com.br be fwd ou redirect (i dont know the difference), to or (en2), internat OSX Server's page (home.html).

Could be in future, user access internet with some privileges.


It's running:

Radius Service to authentication

DHCP Service for IP.

NATD and Firewall to NAT hotspot.

The ISP (, rote to in D-Link router connected in (en0) in OSX Server.

OSX Server's NIC (en2), is connected to WiFi Router with (where users log)

The OSX version is10.6.8.



FWD or REDIRECT or or DIRECT all www calls to OSX Server page (

Only allow intranet access

Forbbiden internet or extranet acess

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