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We need to block all intranet websites by ip and/or subnet, while still allowing all external websites? The kb article 10342 doesnt appear to cover how to block resources by IP address. It lacks the syntax info explanation that the pull patterns can use (ex: * /)

example: We have web server interface x.x.x.x/something and x.x.x.y/something
How do I block those using pull rule patterns?

So far, I have *.*/* for the http service name and set it to allow. If I'm correct, I think if I set another pull pattern representing the web server address and set it to deny, then users can access everything but the web server address. Please correct me if I'm wrong.

Help is very much appreciated.

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Default Re: How to block Intranet websites by ip within MDS connection url pull patterns

Why not simply block the MDS browser and only allow the Internet browser?
Seems like you're making your task a lot more difficult than it needs to be.
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