stop children visiting sex sites:www.baidu.com

iptables -A OUTPUT www.baidu.com -p tcp -j REJECT --reject-with tcp-reset
To save all rules so that they are not lost in case of a server reboot: /etc/init.d/iptables save

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By: kev
2011-06-26 03:12:22

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-1 because this is impossible to do with this approach. Need a content filter, not a location filter.
kaedenn · 364 weeks ago
if the kids are surfing on a linux workstation, you can do this, which works even better! shutdown -h now "Go play outside!"
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