07-18-2016 08:05 AM
The big question is, do you suspect that Pokemon Go consuming alot of your bandwidth? Users can just use cellular data to play if you block it...
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07-18-2016 08:20 AM
Thanks for the reply and for asking about it to be identified by Aruba. Our school administrators are worried that kids will play the game @ school and want us to make sure it's block it on the school wifi. So I wanted to check to see how/if we could do that to be able to answer them back :-)
07-18-2016 08:26 AM - edited 07-18-2016 08:30 AM
As stated, blocking anything on your network isn't going to do too much because most of the students will just turn on their cellular data and bypass your network.
But if you block the following URL through your firewall/content filter it should prevent network access to the game:
07-25-2016 06:38 AM
School is out for Summer. The administration wants to be proactive with making sure it's blocked on our school wifi (we realize if they are using cellular we can't control), but want to make sure it's blocked on the aruba wifi before students come back to school next month.
07-25-2016 08:09 AM
netdestination pokemon-go name pgorelease.nianticlabs.com ! ip access-list session deny_pokemon-go user alias pokemon-go any deny !
Add the session ACL to your user-role(s) and be sure your controller has DNS servers defined and name lookups enabled.
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