Permissions Scheduling - Cipafilter Documentation

Manual - Permissions Scheduling

This page allows you to configure certain groups or subnets to be mapped to a different group at specific times of day.

If a subnet is mapped to a group, all users on that subnet will be treated as members of the group during the times of day specified in the rule.

If a group is mapped to another group, all users in the first group will be treated as members of the second group during the times of day specified by the rule.
Selecting the box under Invert allows you to invert (or reverse) the times of day the rule is active. For example, you can select the hours school is in session with a rule and then select Invert in order to make a rule that will be in effect when school is out of session.

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