D-Link DIR-615 :: Block PS3 From Accessing Internet Completely
Sep 1, 2012
I have a DIR-615 router. I would like to know if it is possible to block a PS3 from accessing the internet completely, without blocking any other computers/devices. I have access to the router, but not to the PS3 itself.
How do I block a particular IP from accessing my network entirely? I have a hacker with a known IP I want to shut out. I tried creating a DENY inbound filter (with just that IP as the range) but that didn't seem to work. that hacker kept being able to attempt logins.
Any step by step instructions (for the DIR-655) on how to block a PS3 from accessing this router? I know how to log into the router's page and I can get the MAC address of the PS3, but I am clueless from there. I want to block it completely is possible.
how to block a user from using the internet when they plug their computer into a router. My roommate has refused to pay her share of the internet and, being a college student, I don't have enough money where I feel generous enough to let her have free internet after stiffing me. Basically, I have 2 routers at the moment (hoping to fix this soon): my Qwest modem works as a router but I also have a Linksys router connected to it. The only phone jack is in her room so I have no way of stopping her from plugging her computer straight into the modem and/or router. I've configured the wireless so that she would be unable to access the, wirelessly but I'd like to know how to prevent her accessing the internet when she plugs her computer directly into either component.
I have a VMware workstation on my host computer (windows 7) and the VMware workstation has a virtual machine (windows 7) on the host. We were trying to allow internet access only to the Virtual machine, i.e. to minimize exposure of the host to the internet. I tried to use Vlan Access Control list with MAC ACL to deny the host virtual machine from accessing the internet and allow all other traffic including the virtual machine. The configuration works for some time and after some time when the virtual machine continously pings the c3750 switch (wher the VACL is implemented), the host also pings the c3750 switch and re-establishes connection with the internet. But when we configured the c3750 switch to deny the VM and allow all other traffic, it works fine. It seems like the host automatically finds a way to get arround the VACL.
In my office there is 2 desktops which is networked. one is in the office and the other in my room. internet connection is also there, the modem is kept in my room. but one of my cousin is there in my house and he has a laptop, the internet for his lap is taken from my modem. and now i have noticed that my cousin is visiting adult content sites and i want to block him ? is there any way. why the history he uses is being shown in my browsers history ?
I have Cisco ASA 8.0(5) and I need to block specific url to acees my https server in dmz ?I read about websence technology, but I think it's not free right? Also I read abotu policy inspection map's but in my case is HTTPS not http ..
So i have set up my Dir-615 router and it worked for about a week perfectly. Then one day i was able to connect to the router, but it says that there is no internet connection. This is untrue since i am able to connect to the internet if i unplug from its WAN port and put it straight into my laptop.
Region : India Model : TL-WR740N Hardware Version : V4.20.0 Firmware Version : ISP : Lexus
I am using tp link router for accessing internet in my laptop and mobile. everything is opening in my laptop but i had few problems when using internet in mobile. im using android mobile. when using play store the images and screen shots of applications are not loading but im able to download. I'm unable to see the images in play store. So I'm thinking that there is something problem in router settings.
I have a LAN with 6 vlans and a 2821 router. By default, intervlan routing is enabled for all vlans, however, I want specific vlans to be denied access to others, though all should still be able to use the Internet being served from GE/0.
I have a D-Link DIR-655 with various machines connected via Ethernet and WiFi. Can I disable internet access for selected PCs via the router? I still want them to access the LAN, just not the internet.
I am trying to allow a block of 7 or 8 devices to access the internet all the time. Two other devices I would like to allow internet access during a set time range. Finally I would like to block internet access to all devices not in one of the above groups. I need to use MAC addressing to identify the allowed devices. I was able to do this with my old WRT-54G but the DIR-825 is giving me trouble.My main problem occurs when I try to block access to "Other Machines". When I do that all devices on my network are cut off the internet.
I've been searching in google on how to block IDM in my router D-Link DIR-655, i need to block this application because we have a large network here in our office, and i found out mostly of our users when i check have a IDM installed in thier pc and its affecting our internet connection.
I bought the DIR-655 less than a year ago in Amazon, shipping it to NY. And then I came back to Uruguay. Almost 3 months ago the router stopped working completely and I started to search for support in Uruguay.After calling US support I was told I should contact the local or regional D-Link (which I later found is D-Link LA). And via DLinkLA.com I found the company TELEDATA S.A. url... who does the official support for D-Link in Uruguay. They told me the router couldn't be fixed, and told me DLinkLA, which is based in Chile, would either send me a working one (they also told me the service/warrany was already approved), or send me the money and gave me their contact details.After two weeks of contacting them, trying to get their attention, they finally told me it was not their responsibility because it was bought in the US. And now they don't return my e-mails.
I have a switch connected from the internet outtake in my apartment.This switch gives internet to two, or sometimes three computers, by cable.To get wireless I have a DLINK-615 connected after the switch.This solution works flawless for some time, just after the router is started or reset. If I go to speedtest.net both the upload and the download works flawless.However, after around half an hour it's virtually impossible to upload, which gives heavy lag in programs like skype and games. If you try to speedtest.net now the download is still fine, but the upload gives a result of 0.1mb/sec after trying to even start the test for 3-4 minutes.Router giving up upload completely
I've tried to change the IP in the router to prevent a conflict between it and the switch. The problem is still there whatever IP I choose though, I simply have no upload.I've also tried to disable the DHCP, mess with the MTU and to enable the Access Point mode with no result.
We have a new DCS-5220 that we're playing with, seeing what we can do with it, and have a number of questions as well as one possible bug to report. I was somewhat surprised when tier 3 support said this was the best place to cover them all - including the bug.We are using firmware version 1.02, which is what the camera came with.
In the webgui, under Configuration > Tools > System > "Turn off the LED indicator" this is completely ignored by the camera. The red power LED is always on, and the green status LED flashes as long as it has a network connection. This is clearly a bug.What is the root password?Is there a URL we can pole for a static image? (ie.url... which would trigger a snapshot every time the URL is requested)Are there any shell commands for motor control? If so, what are they?Is there a shell command to retrieve logged in users? If so, what is it?Is there a shell command for controlling the LED activity? It would be really nice if the status LED lit green when there was someone logged on to the webgui. Perhaps this is the intended activity, and it not doing so should be filed away as part of the above bug..
I'm on a home computer and we use a router to deliver internet connection to the multiple computers in our house.However, lately I have been noticing that occasionally one of the computer's, on the network, internet connection drops but yet all the other computers are still working fine with their internet connection. And the internet doesn't completely turn off, like there is no "X" on the two computer screens down below...it just loses its little globe icon...In order to get back the internet, you would have to basically disconnect from the internet connection network and then go back into it and it's back again.
I was wondering, because I'm starting to get suspicious, is it possible that somebody on the network in my house the deliberately found a way to turn of the internet access for one of the computers? I was alerted by checking different websites that it is possible that somebody on your own home network can "hack" into another computer, view its internet history, and even disable internet. How do I know this is happening for sure and take steps to stop it. I want to catch who is doing this because nobody is telling the truth .
I was surfing the web one night and noticed that it was getting late so I turned my computer off.... I get back on in the morning after to find that my internet has completely stopped working. I tried everything like restarting, system restore[CODE]
If possible I would like to have access to my external hard drive from outside of my network.While in the network my laptop connects to the Hard Drive using the shareport. If I take the laptop with me then I would also have to take the External Drive with me.
i have a question about accessing shared folders over the WAN-Port of an DIR-615. For your information: both sides of the network (LAN and WAN) are under my control.
On the WAN-side of the network we have a fileserver with shared files. We can ping the server and reach it and the Websites on this server are also reachable from the LAN-side. But if we try to access to the shared folders the request doesn't reach the server. If we change the router there are no more problems and anything works without problems. The Router has default-settings except the network-settings so it works in our network. Does this router block outgoing traffic on ports 135-139 and/or 445? And when yes is there any way to disable this? I can't find it.
I recently purchased the dir-655 router, and am impressed by it's speed. I had no problems configuring the router to my liking, and have found that all of my wireless devices communicate with it flawlessly.
However, my main reason for purchasing this router was for the USB port. I had hoped to connect my 2TB external drive and have it accessible by all wireless devices in my home. To my understanding, the USB port relies on the use of the Shareport Utility. I've installed the Shareport Utility to my laptop for wireless access to my media files for streaming.
Here's my problem. How can I access my media on my external HDD connected to the dir-655 with Apple TV2? I've read several options for PS3 users... and they all seem to involve leaving the pc/laptop running. I would ultimately like to bypass the necessity of leaving my laptop on... but if that's not a possibility, I can live with it being left on.
Therefore, is it possible to access the external drive connected to the dir-655 with my Apple TV 2 by using the laptop as a bridge? Can I access the content via Apple TV by using Windows SMB just as I currently do to access media stored on my laptop?
To summarize, I want to have access to the media on my external drive connected to the dir-655 via Apple TV2.
Dir 615, hardware version E4, Firmware version 5.1.Intermittent (95% of the time), problem accessing Google using my Android via wireless. A PC using XP on the same network has no problems. Using the Android on my local library's network I have no problems.Have restored to factory default settings and reconfigured with no improvement.
Modem setup: Setup to connect to another router, UPnP disabled, DHCP server disabled, 802.11 mode -mixed 802.11n & 802.11g (Android connects using 802.11n PC uses 802.11g have forced Android to use 802.11g to no avail), Auto channel scan, (have tried fixed), Channel width 20/40, visible mode.Internet connection Dynamic IP of course it is going out through my other Dlink ADSL 2 modem router. Also disabled QOS engine.
Is there any way to access the router's configuration pages (192.168.0.1) via the Guest wireless network when routing between the zones is disabled?
Here's the story:
I am using my landlords wireless internet, but I administer the router myself. The router is 'upstairs' and i am 'downstairs' and he has his computer plugged into it plus one wireless laptop. He knows nothing about computers and is vulnerable to downloading viruses (and other ****) and I don't want my computers to be on the same 'network' as his.
I had a brilliant idea that since I am 100% wireless, I can make a guest network, put all my computers on that network and disable routing between them. Now all of my computers (some connected through a wireless bridge) can not see his computers at all (perfect!). The only problem now is I can no longer access the router config pages at 192.168.0.1!
Is there any way I can segregate my computers from his and also access the router config? I've tried accessing the WAN IP for the remote admin pages from inside the NAT, but it still blocks it.
Just upgraded my system. I am using D-Link 615 as access point hardwired LAN to LAN to ActiveTec MI424WR N capable Verizon Fios Wireless Modem/Router. The Fios Router is set up with WPA2 security. Intend on having three 615s as Access Points off of ActiveTec. Have a number of wireless devices accessing the network. Have followed instructions from manual to use 615 as Access Point, disabling UPnP and the DNCP Server function on the 615. My ActiveTec IP address is 192.168.1.1 and I changed the 615 to 192.168.1.50. I can type this IP address in my browser and get to the 615 set-up.
I have tried a couple different options in naming the SSID on the 615 set-up. If I name the SSID on the 615 the same as the ActiveTec router, when I go to Connect to a wireless signal where there is overlap, there are two signals that one can connect to, named the same SSID, the Fios is WPA2 secured and the 615 is not. Shouldn't these all be on one SSID? It seems that I have two different networks (different SSIDs) instead of one (rather than the 615 simply serving as an extension of the Fios router as a wired remote access point) with different security protocols (WPA2 and None). The SSID name almost seems meaningless. If I name the 615 SSID the same as the Fios router SSID or something different, I still have the option of selecting one SSID that is secure and one that isn't. If I try to connect to the SSID name associated with the 615 I can get on without providing a password.How do I make it so that one can walk around and go from one area to the next and seamlessly move to the best signal? I did read to select different sets of channels for each access point.
I recently upgraded from Linksys WRT54G to D-Link DIR-655 firmware version 2.0. All the features are working as advertised however i am having difficulties accessing UPnP services in my network. I have a Samsung 55" internet enabled TV connected to the router and also have few devices that can stream over UPnP to the TV. The option to enable the UPnP is enabled in the router configuration however its not finding devices in the network ... comparing that with Linksys ... all i had to do is enable the UPnP and all my devices discovered each other and started streaming without any issue. What do i need to do in D-Link to enable the UPnP devices ...
my sister is having a pc in office which is connected to another pc (having net connectivity) over LAN. she is getting the LAN icon in network connections. till today she could not access internet on her pc.but today an engineer came, and changed proxy address or something in internet options>connections>lan settings and accessed internet. after he was over, he again changed something in lan settings and went away. now my sis is not able to access internet. what can i do
I want to access my system from internet. My network scenario is as follows; Internet ==> DSL Modem(s) ==> Load Balance ==> Gateway Firewall ==> My PC DSL 1 : ZXDSL 831CII (Fixed IP)DSL 2 : HG510a Load Balance : TL-R480T+Gateway Firewall : pfSense (BSD)
I just installed WIFI wireless camera in the house. I validated that I can access and view video within home WIFI network. However, I can't seem to access it remotely outside my home Wifi. I follwowed the instruction - found my IP address xxx.xx.xx.xxx : 85 and set port forwarding to 85 to IP camera.
Region : NewZealand Model : TL-WR1043ND Hardware Version : V1 Firmware Version : 3.13.12 Build 120405 Rel.33996n
I've plugged in a USB flash drive and enabled shared storage on my TL-WR1043ND router. With "Access shared storage with password" unticked, I can access the share using both my Windows 7 Laptop and Motorola Defy+ (with ES File explorer) and successfully play any Music off of the network share using the Android App, ES File explorer.
If I enable "Access shared storage with password" and attempt to log in using any of the user accounts I've set up on the device, I will be able to access the shares using the credentials on my Windows 7 Machine, but not with my Motorola Defy+, instead I will simply receive "Login failure". I'm Picking it has something to do with the network share type?
I am setting up a link between buildings that uses wireless links. I'm using Layer 3 routed ports on 2 3560 switches to handle the routing between sites. Normally I would just put these in a /30 and then the switches handle the rest. However, the wireless access points have a web interface for managing them that I want to be able to access, but it's only available on the single NIC that also carries traffic. What would be the best way of making this work? Should I make the link a /29 and give the access points an IP in the same range? If this is the case what do I use for the default gateway for the access points?
I have included a diagram to try to explain the issue clearer. The IP addresses in black are what I would do if this were a standard cable (and indeed this will work, but I wont be able to access the admin interface of the wireless AP) and the red ip addresses are the alternative if I use a /29 (but as I said, I'm not sure what to use for the default gateways).
i'm trying to connect my xbox360 to the internet. I'm upstairs, my modem and router are downstairs. I'd prefer not to have to get a wireless adaptor for my xbox, but if that's the only way, i'll settle with that.We have Comporium internet. I can get cable if I hook a cable box up to the coax port in the wall upstairs. I have been looking at coax to ethernet adaptors, hoping I could go from the coax in the wall, to the adaptor, right into the back of the xbox. Is this possible?