Jahaslist is the default blacklist option for NxFilter and we ship 30 day trial license and a free 20 user license in NxFilter package. Once you install NxFilter, you can use Jahaslist and NxClassifier that is the auto-classifier for Jahaslist without any restriction for 30 days. After the 30 days of trial it becomes a free 20 user license. When you have more than 20 users and if you want to continue with Jahaslist you can buy its license.
The pricing is 1 USD per-user, per-year by 50 user block. There is non-profit organization discount and volume discount. If you want to find out more about these pricing options contact us using ‘support @ nxfilter.org’ first.
* We have unlimited license option for Jahaslist. It’s 3,000 USD for one cluster, one year.
* We have a Brazilian reseller that is Kernel Technologies. If you are from Brazil talk to Kernel Technologies. They will take care of you.
50% special discount for schools
Being a high performance filtering software, NxFilter is the perfect solution to schools as they have many users. We now offer 50% special discount for Jahaslist license when you buy it for a school. Don’t miss this special discount if you buy Jahaslist license for a school.
To find out more, contact us using ‘support @ nxfilter.org’.
After you purchase a license, you will receive ‘license.lic’ file. You need to copy it into ‘/nxfilter/conf’ directory. And then select Jahaslist option on ‘Category > System’ and restart NxFilter.
* When you have a cluster of NxFilter you can copy the file into your master node only.
NxFilter counts the number of logged-in users or client IP addresses on daily basis. If one of them exceeds the licensed user number, any unlicensed users will be appeared as blocked on your log view. And the domains queried by the unlicensed users will be categorized as ‘Unclassified’. However, since it is a warning measure this blocking is not actually happening on user side.
* To find out the number of users in your network, view the usage report for the last 30 days on ‘Report > Usage’.