Users > Settings

The SonicWALL provides a mechanism for user level authentication that gives users access to the LAN from remote location on the Internet as well as a means to bypass content filtering. Also, you can permit only authenticated users to access VPN tunnels and send data across the encrypted connection. User level authentication can be performed using a the local user database on the SonicWALL, an external RADIUS server, or a combination of the two applications. The local database can support up to 1,000 users. If you have more than 1,000 users, you must use RADIUS for authentication.

Authentication Method

Global User Settings

The settings listed below apply to all users when authenticated through the SonicWALL security appliance.

Click Apply to update your Global User Settings changes.

Acceptable Use Policy

An acceptable use policy (AUP) is a policy users must agree to follow in order to access a network or the Internet. It is a common practice for many businesses and educational organizations to require users to accept the terms of an acceptable use policy before accessing the network or Internet. The SonicWALL allows you to create an Acceptable Use Policy page that displays before users access a network interface.

Click Apply to update your Acceptable Use Policy configuration.

Click the Preview button to display your Acceptable Use Policy page.

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