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Set time block on a device

Posted on 2013-06-02
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I have a NetgearRouter Wnr2000v3. My main pc is W8 pro. I also have Back OpenDNS at home. My question is how can I set a time block on a particular device, such as notebook, ipad.
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Please clarify what you would like to achieve. Would you like to block internet access for certain devices at certain times?
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That is correct.
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I don't know if your router could help here, but it's a possibility. If the router could identify devices, then it might offer exactly that - so please first consult your manual.
If not, it would become difficult, you would need to setup some piece of software that acts between your devices and the router that knows time slots.

Let's see what your router can do.
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Did you solve it?
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