Disable AdGuard for Intranet?

Discussion in 'Discussion (AdGuard for Windows)' started by zspl, Jul 29, 2014.

  1. zspl

    zspl New Member

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    Is there is any way to configure adguard to disable filtering of Intranet connections? Such an option is available on other similar tool (AdMuncher) and i find it very usefull. Couldn't find it here however.
     
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    We don't have such option but you can whitelist intranet domain name (or ip).
     
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    zspl New Member

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    That great idea,I haven't thought about it. Will definitely try it.
     
  4. zspl

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    Actually how can i do that? Say I would like to whitelist all web pages from http or https from domain *.domain.com.
     
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    Add this rule to your user filter:

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    @@||domain.com^$document
    
     
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    Thanks! You guys are great, so quick with all the questions and responses.
     
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    Sorry to dig up an old post, but this is actually on topic for me.

    We have lots of equipment on the local networks that use web-based management interfaces, which AdGuard always interferes with, and it is always a source of frustration until you remember that you need to turn AdGuard off to access the management interface of a networking device.

    Devices are access by IP, not DNS, so I'd like to spec a subnet/mask as something for AdGuard to ignore, but can't work out how. I've tried using n.n.n.0 and n.n.n.0/24 but neither seem to work.
     
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    Try something like this:
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    @@||192.168.0.*^$document