CONFIGURE THE FILTER ON TELDAT DEVICES
To activate the cloud filter on Teldat devices, follow these steps:
If you haven’t registered yet, you can do it now for free here: Click here to register.
Connect to the dashboard by entering Teldat’s IP address in your browser. Then insert your credentials to log in.
First of all you need to change the DNS on your device.
For the webfilter ter to work on your devices, you have to configure your router and replace the DNS with ours.
To that purpose, access the router dashboard and enter the following commands:
The webfilter works with both dynamic and static IPs. If you have a dynamic IP, configure the DynDNS on the router as shown below:
OPTIONAL: DENY DNS CHANGES BY USERS
It is possible to enforce security by preventing users from changing the DNS. In order to do that, you just have to create a new access list that will be used on the WAN Interface as follows:
OPTIONAL: MULTIPROFILE CONFIGURATION
The advanced feature called Multiprofile allows you to create multiple profiles per customer/license and makes it possible to associate them with a single network (IP address). The webfilter recognises the remote network (and the configuration profile) based on the public IP.
If, for example, you have address 18.104.22.168, you may use the following ports:
-Standard 53 port (default profile);
-Other ports (110,143,5402,5403).
As you can see there are two profiles (Default and Profile 2), respectively Port 53 and 5402.
Every time you want to create two or more profiles per network (same IP address), you need to configure a different port for each profile.
First enable the AFS functionality:
Then change the DNS request (port 53) to the new port via NAT:
Note: Note that into PORT_PROFILE2 you have to enter another port different from 53 between 110,143,5402 and 5403.
Note: Default is already linked to port 53, so no special configuration is needed for it.
Here is an example of configuration of the webfilter with multiprofile or Dynamic DNS on Teldat, so that only Teldat’s DNS servers can be used: