Using Security Policy to Allow Access to Another Zone
This example introduces how to use security policies to control communication between two zones.
The scenario sets up a requirement that the private network users are not allowed to access Internet during work time. As the topology described, polices and schedules work together to allow internal users to access to server in another zone during work hour (9 a.m. to 17 p.m.). When it's not working time, the server cannot be accessed.
|Step 2: Configuring Schedule|
Select Object > Schedule, and click New. In the prompt, click Add.
Click OK to add it.
|Step 4: Configuring a default route|
Select Network > Routing >Destination Route, and select New.
|Step 5: Results|
After configuration, the internal PC can ping the server address successfully during 9:00 to 17:00.
|When internal PC pings the server during offwork time, it fails.|