Re: Iptables rules Access by MAC and redirect

"Tom Tom" <tomtomlx13@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
but I don?t know how to redirect blocked users to web page

That's because one can't do that with iptables alone. The web server has
to be able to determine what it will allow and not. MAC addresses
typically aren't available, so you'll also need an external script run by
the server.


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