I am trying to block GotoMyPC traffic using a Cisco ASA 5505.
On gotomypc.com they say you can block all traffic to poll.gotomypc.com to stop all access.
What I have done is create a network group that contains the objects that referencethe IPs for gotomypc.com and poll.gotomypc.com (with poll.gotomypc.com being a host name/a record the IP could change - is there a way to reference the host name with the ASA instead of an IP?)
I set outside access rules from the source gotomypcgroup and blocked all traffic trying the following services: IP, TCP, UDP. however I am still able to connect using gotomypc.
If I create an inside rule it automatically create a rull to block all traffic from any - any that I can not edit, stopping all network traffic.
I used our dns proxy to block all traffic to poll.gotomypc.com and gotomypc.com, but I can not get the traffic blocked from the ASA itself. I also know the ASA has regex's for gotomypc but I am unsure how to use them.
Trying to figure out what I am doing wrong