I'm trying to activate parental control for the F5D7231-4 (2000). When I go to the parental control screen, I only get a button to subscribe now (see image). When I click the button, I am sent to the Belkin UK website. I cannot find out how to get the parental controls activated on the U.S. site. I am running the latest firmware (F5D7231-4_US_5.01.11 ).
Update: I looked at the source code for the page in the router...it's referencing a website : [URL] that no longer seems to be valid. Or is this a problem in the firmware ?
How to configure Belkin N (F5D8636-4) Client IP Filtering so that a range of client IP' deny access to the internet using the following blocked time ranges e.g. Mon 5:00pm to Tues 2:00pm, Tues 5:00pm to Wed 2:00pm, Wed 5:00pm to Thur 2:00pm, Thur 5:00pm to Fri 2:00pm, Fri 5:00pm to Sat 10:00am, Sat 1:00pm to Sun 10:00am, Sun 1:00pm to Mon 2:00pm - BTW - this access regime is to deny internet access for my teenage son?
Our firewall just died - it was a windows server 2003 rackmount running Microsoft ISA server. I'm shopping for a replacement, but would like to get an appliance rather than have to purchase a whole server, which just seems like overkill.
We had four network ports on the old box - one for internal, one for the cable modem, one for guest wifi, and one for the VPN (We have a dedicated Barracuda VPN appliance, so we won't be using the VPN functionality on whatever new router we purchase)
What we'd like to do is have a set of rules similar to what we had on the ISA server. We denied everything by default, and then for example: Allow outgoing HTTP, HTTPS, FTP access from guest wifi and internal network to the internetAllow access from the VPN subnet to certain ports on certain machines on the internal networkForward incoming access from the internet on port 443 to the VPN boxetc.
From reading the manual for the RV180, i could get a rough configuration going by putting internal, guest wifi and VPN on different VLANs, and disabling inter-VLAN routing for the guest wifi. However this doesn't get me the detailed control that I am used to - guest wifi and internal would be able to see the whole internet, and the vpn would be able to see anything on the internal network.
Does the RV180 can actually give you this level of control? What would be the most cost effective router from Cisco that could do this for me?
I have a Cisco RV215W and i want to create inbound rule (wan -> lan) with ip control.I ha created in "service management" a new service (rsync on 873 start port and and port) After i had created a new access rules :
I'm trying to set parental control for one of the kids in household, url...2gaming2Every Day 06:00 - 22:43 (meaning from 6am to 10:43pm he can acces ONLY those two sites, correct?)but, when I turn parental control on, all internet is off for him even allowed sites. Time right now is 21:44 gmt+2 and my router time is set right, so I don't know why it doest work?
For our children, we use the parental control feature of the DIR-615 (RevD, FW4.11b15), which works excellently. I use the whitelist feature, so only trusted web sites can be accessed. Unfortunately the DIR-615 only has 10 entries in that list and I will soon need more. So I wonder if there is another D-Link router that offers a bigger list with maybe 50 or even 100 entries?
I've just bought all-in-one router X2000.And I found that in the parental control [ADD] windows does not show every device's name.It shows only 3 of 20 devices (ex. My-nb, PCaccount, PChuman, but the others show "Network device").
I'm trying to get 'Access Control' working so I can limit Wi-Fi time on my kids iPod touches, but the settings aren't clear and the help file is not clear whatsoever.I've been testing it with my iPhone, I have the MAC added, but none of the options available will even stop my iPhone accessing the internet over my Wi-Fi.
Access Control on an ac1200 does not seem to flexible enough to include hours from say 8pm - 6am. On my old Linksys I would simply have multiple entries for the same MAC address but this does not seem possible.
I am trying to use the Parental Control feature. I can't use Cisco Connect as there currently isn't an update for this router for Mac OSX Lion The firmware version in the support site hasn't been updated for ages, and I am running the latest (v 1.0.04) The Parental control tab, that is supposed to appear in the web browser interface isn't there. It's supposed to be, but doesn't show up.
Just installed the E3200 and use to have a WRT54G. Wanted the N Band.Noticed two major deficiencies.
1) this device does not have Internet Access Policy option and the Parental Control interface is unbelievably poor?There are very few options to work with in terms of time of day to turn on and off blocking access. (Half hour increments only, not 5 minutes increments that I was use to). The "FROM" Field has AM only and the "TO" filed has PM only. This means if you wish a device to have access pass Midnight, you can't, or if you wish to block beginning in the AM, you can't. Furthermore there are no day selections, just School Night and Weekend Night. What if you just want to block school Night. You can't "turn off" weekend. Is there a way to gett full Internet Access firmware into this device.
2) When using Parental Control the devices to restrict access are only displayed by default names. I have 8 devices on the LAN and half of them say Network Device. Any way to identify them by a device name or MAC ID?
I would like to see the full range of 24 hours for setting parental controls on devices. As it stands now, I can only select a block of time that starts in the PM and ends in the AM. This isn't very useful if for instance I want to limit internet while my kids are home alone after school, from 3 PM to 5 PM, or say on the weekends to limit it from 7 AM to 5 PM. Just a suggestion that would make life a bit easier!
I have tried both old firmware (2.37) then the Cloud firmware and now back to 2.37 again. the parental controls seems kind of fool proof but anyhow they dont work for me.If I set the internet access as denied at certain times, if the client is already connected when that time occours, it can continue to use internet (until it disconnects and tries to reconnect). Happens almost every time. And the biggest problem is that if I try to block internet access for a device like a cell phone, even though the user can not access the internet through the web browser, apps like Facebook, games etc can still access internet. Kind of useless parental control?!But I have tried to reset, reflash etc.Also I find this router pretty unstable, the only device that works flawless is my iPad (3), the laptops and cell phones at home loses internet connection every one and then, even though it seems like they have good connection to the router. Never been a problem with my earlier routers.
Region : Europe Model : TL-WR1043ND Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : ISP : Region : Germany Model : TL-WR1043ND Hardware Version : Not Clear Firmware Version : 3.13.13 Build 130428 Rel.58290n ISP :
I'am a user of perfect-privacy.com (who provide VPN access for safe internet usage) and want to force the users of my internet connection to use perfect-privacy. On my old router i only allow access to the domain *.perfect-privacy.com and deny all other domains. To surf the web it was nessesary to connect via VPN (example server: moscow.perfect-privacy.com) to surf the web.
I've tested the Parental Control, but when i have activated it, i can access perfect-privacy.com, but i can't open a VPN connection to a Perfect Privacy server. Is there any way to configure Parental Control to allow VPN connections, or realize me needs in another way?
I've been using router for approximately three weeks with little to no problems and today the Paretnal Controls lost control. Anytime they were enabled they prohibited the associated computers from acessing the web even though the specific times was set to midnight -6am. Strangely, this has worked fine for three weeks and the only way I could get things back working correctly was to reboot the router. Just another firmware bug?
I'm trying to limit my kids' access to the internet during the night, since I caught them plugging their laptops and the Xbox into the router's Ethernet ports late at night so they could circumvent the wireless guest access. The problem is, I only have 5 available control slots and the list of devices I browse to choose from is vague at best. Half of the devices listed in parental controls say "Network Device" and the other half say "iPhone" or "iPad". Isn't there an easy way to choose the correct devices to restrict, like by IP or MAC address? And if not, why is this so confusing and difficult? I have a family of 10 in my house and everyone is connecting with their own phn or 3 iPads, 2 laptops, 2 desktop PCs, 1 Xbox and 1 PS3.I tried limiting the DHCP Reservation list, but that seems to only affect the wireless access, not the 4 ethernet port connections.
I have the Linksys/Cisco router E4200. My question is setting up parental control features as specified in [URL] - specifically the blocking of sites based on certain keywords and/or blocking sites based on age groups (child/teen). I do not see this capability in my Cisco Connect software. Is this feature available for E4200 v1? If so, how can I obtain the software?
For a high end wireless router like the E4200, the parental control features are lacking. The other features and performance of the router are great, but why not provide outstanding router based parental controls? With the latest firmware (1.0.03) no new parental control features were made available. Currently, I can restrict by time, which is useful. I can also restrict 10 websites - which is not useful. I certainly don't want to maintain a list of the 10 most offending websites that I want to block. First of all, 10 is not even close to being enough. Second, and more important, there should be a way to subscribe to some service that automatically updates the list of blocked websites based on content. I would not mind paying for this service if the cost is reasonable. I know that there are software "solutions" for this, but my 6 year old easily found a way around this sort of solution. I have tried many with no success. The only real way to enforce parental controls in a home network is at the router. I would love to this feature available on this high end router. There are a few lower end wireless routers that offer this service, but the other feature set is poor. I want to have my cake and eat it too.
I have in my possession three E2000 and I wanted to buy 3 more, but the model seems to not be on sale anymore so I bought his successor the E2500.In the E2000 I used the Internet Policy menu to block internet access of certain computer by entering their mac address.In the E2500, they seem to have removed this menu to replace it with a Parental Control menu, which offers far fewer options, basically you can only block a computer that is connected to the router, you can not block a pc by the ip or by his mac address.Is there a way to have a menu similar to Internet policy in the E2500? A hidden menu, or a different firmware?
I'm sure this has been asked a 1000 times but don't see my router.I have a WRT31on I lost the software in a fire (saved the router) never used parental control but now all the grand kids are asseccing with ipads, pods etc.can't use parental on each item. need to do it at the router
Why does my E1200 forget my Parental Control Password? This happens almost weekly and I have to use the "forgot password" option. It asks my security question, I answer it and set the new password to the same password it keeps forgetting. Why does this happen? Also, is there anyway to have total 24hr control on the Block Internet Access?
I have made a firewall rule that accepts FTP from WAN2 outside to the inside private LAN with IP address specified.But this didn't work.When I added in the forward rules that FTP had to be forwarded to this IP address it worked.I have done some testing but it seems that the firewall rules do not have any priority on the forward rule.If I disable the forward rule i cannot connect with ftp even with a firewall rule made.
I have a static IP block and need to route to various servers. I know I can use 1:1 NAT or Access Rules and have success with each. The problem is my mail server. When I use 1:1 NAT, the mail is sent from the correct IP - the address of my mail server - and there is no problem with reverse lookups. However, I cannot block any ports when I use 1:1 NAT. I have tried it every way I can think of and even some suggestions in the forums that did not work. No matter how I set access rules, all port stay open in 1:1 NAT.
If I delete the 1:1 NAT rule and use Access rules to open specific ports, the mail server sends out the mail from the WAN address. The reverse DNS does not match and mail server will bounce the mail.
I purchased a RV180 router, and would like set the Firewall Access Rules as below
- Action: Always Allow - Service: HTTP - Source IP: Any - Send to Local Server (DNAT IP): private ip (192.168.1.xx) - Use Other WAN IP Address: Enable - WAN Destination IP: one of public ip (different of the router WAN ip address) - Action: Always Allow - Service: FTP - Source IP: Any - Send to Local Server (DNAT IP): private ip (192.168.1.xx) - Use Other WAN IP Address: Enable - WAN Destination IP: one of public ip (different of the router WAN ip address)
The firewall access rules no problem within 1 hour after setting. I can access the http / ftp services by the WAN ip address. After several hours, I can't access the services.
I can set the one-to-one NAT rather than use the firewall access rules, but I would like block all other ports, and one-to-one NAT will forward all ports to the private ip address. Administrator > Logging > Firewall Logs , when I enable the settings, where can I get the log of the firewall?