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This may be an easy thing for you networkers.. just wanted to know how to blacklist a site on site WAN router? Please comment.
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Not sure if blacklist feature exists on the router you're using.
Blacklist is technically a a group with blocked access.
Hence, you can create an ACL or add a line on an existing acl that woulld deny ip access through your wan interface.
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It is not easy.. one way is to setup the router to use opendns for the dns servers and configure opendns to blacklist the site.

Facebook.com can use many ways of getting there other than just www.facebook.com
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thanks
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