We have a small network of 25 computers (pcs and macs)
Since most of the employees work on a computer, they waste a lot of time surfing and shopping online.
We would like to restrict internet access to only few websites during all hours.
during lunch hours (or after work hours) the access should be open to all sites.
Is there any hardware based (router) solution which gives us flexibility to set different rules for different users? I know few software based solutions, but they cannot restrict mac from accessing internet.
Thanks for any help.
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