I have a LAN network running on a CentOS Server. My Segment starts at 10.8.0.2 and ends at .255 – I have around 30 users. However, I only want a few tp get a specific landing page (let’s say a specific index.html on my Apache server) letting them know they are not allowed to browse the internet. Today I have outbound and inbound connections blocked, but I want to let them know. – I know the more elegant solution is something like Squid or another proxy with specific ACLs, however All I need are the iptables commands to forward any traffic from 10.8.0.20 (example) to 10.8.0.1 (server) on port Blah, that will serve up blah webpage, provided a webserver is listening.
An example of this is a hotel that asks for access, or websense, blocking specific users.
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