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Parental Controls on 9100em router

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burrb123
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Parental Controls on 9100em router

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Hi,

Today, a tech came in to fix a problem we've been having and ended up replacing our router.  We had an Actiontec router and now have a Westell 9100em router.   The Actiontec had the capability, using parental controls, to turn off internet access to particular nodes (computers/xbox) for certain times.   The only thing I see on the 9100em is that I can block individual websites, (can't use wildcards though).  

 

I need answers to 2 questions.  

1) Is it possible to shut off internet access to certain nodes for specific time periods?

2) Is there a way to use wildcards on the website blocking?

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VZ_JoeD
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log into your router by opening  IE and erase all of the URL on adress bar.  Type in 192.168.1.1 in the adress bar and nothing else.  User name=admin password = password or password1.  Click on parental controls.

Step 1. Select the Networked Computer/Device for this Allow or Block Rule.

Step 2. Create the Parental Control Rules and Schedules.

Block the following Websites and Embedded Keywords within a Website
Allow the following Websites and Embedded Keywords within a Website

Blocking ALL Internet Access

 

 

Create Schedule:
Days:
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thurday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday
Times:
Rule will be active at the scheduled time.
Rule will be inactive at the scheduled time.
Start Time : AM/ PM
End Time : AM/ PM

Joe D
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