Restrict Access To Gaming Sites Via D-Link DSL G640T?
Mar 26, 2012
I need to restrict access or rather, block altogether if i can, access of one of the computers on my local wireless network, to online multi-player gaming sites, in particular Age of Empires and Voobly.com, which also uses a messenger type program for them to chat.I've searched and searched online, but alas, have come up with nothing that i understand. I've tried doing the block ports thing, but am unsure if what i've been doing is right. I have blocked Voobly.com under domain and URL settings via the router admin page, but for some reason, it only seems to be denied on my computer. I even went so far as to register and download relevant programs to my computer, for Voobly, so i could see if the blocking worked. Seems it's only my computer that's blocked, i didn't specify ip or mac addresses.I am unable to get on the other computer as it's not mine, and it's also password locked. I don't know the password
Have a new DIR-825 setup at home for coverage to another part of the house. I want to completely restrict clients using this WAP from accessing a couple internal IP's (that I use for work-related things). Restriction meaning filesharing, ping, RDP, etc - everything. Can this be done on the router side?
How can I restrict wireless access to specific devices? Ideally, I would like to turn the access off and on to restrict my children's usage when we're not around or when they try to sneak on during the night.
Region : UnitedKingdom Model : TL-WDR3600 Hardware Version : V1
I am trying to restrict external access to a ftp server I have running, to a single external IP address. Is this possible? It can be done for the Remote Management IP Address page, where you can enter a single address or 255.255.255.255 to allow all external hosts. But the set up of a virtual server does not appear to have that option.
MY ISP installed one router in my lab.for internet connectivity they mail me steps :connect your Laptop directly to gi0/3 port to check internet connectivity with public ip 1.1.1.x and Gateway 220.127.116.11 with subnet mask 255.255.255.240 after connection I surprised because I am able to access only google sites like gmail,google search etc. but I am able to ping/traceroute all sites.from browser I am able to access only google sites only.In Router no firewall no such access list.
I'm trying to set up a website filter on my DIR-601. I created a policy for 2 MAC addresses, with a schedule from 10AM-6PM, selected "Block some websites", and disabled logging. Under website filter, I added some entries, and selected "DENY computers access to ONLY these sites". When the policy is enabled, and I try to access one of the blocked websites, it gets blocked correctly ("The URL access was denied by administrator.") However, for all other websites, I get "server unexpectedly dropped the connection" errors, eg "Safari can�t open the page [URL] because the server unexpectedly dropped the connection. This sometimes occurs when the server is busy. Wait for a few minutes, and then try again." or in Chrome "No data received. Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data." This happens with ALL non-blocked websites. I'm using hardware version A1, firmware version 1.01NA.
I own the DIR-655 version B1 (EU version) living in the UK.I play xbox, specifically in Halo Reach. My setup isn't straight forward as I have 2 xboxes in the house, one wired and one wireless and I need to keep the NAT ratings open on both. This limits me to certain settings, and doesn't allow QOS on the v2.00 firmware due to my need to have dynamic ip addresses.I have just flashed the router's firmware with new version (DIR655B1_FW205B06) as it appeared available for download in the router's firmware menu. The old version was FW2.00 as said.any other settings to enable or disable, for wired, or wireless, that will optimise for xbox gaming. Finally, I also have fw version DIR655B1_FW206B02, which was emailed to me by D-Link, if this is any better.
I need setting my 825 router on the best optimize setting for my ps3, Im running wireless on it and the router is about one room away from my ps3 which isnt that big of a difference since I am getting 95-100% signal on it, the issue is the rate speed runs about 36m-54m it NEVER, or at least I havent seen it go higher than that.I turned the QO6 engine but it didnt really change a thing, will running this wire do the majic? or is there another alternative set up I can do on the router to have it run on best settings.
I bought a DIR-655 a less than a year ago on amazon, and it was working great up until about 4 weeks ago. Ive noticed that it has been dropping alot of packets while I am gaming on my computer. I would run about 95-98 ping usually and now it jitters every 5-10 mins or so from 95-98 to up to 500. It is really troublesome during games and I dont know what to do. Ive tried disabling QoS and still nothing. I run on wireless G and N with auto 20/40 mhz. Standard WPA(personal) and it was running absolutely great until now. I know its the wireless because I have hardwired it into my laptop, both from the router and just the modem itself with no problems whatsoever. I dont know what to do about it.
I have a wired connection to the router and typically all works fine. I have several Ipods and laptops accessing the router wirelessly with no real problems. As soon as I start playing America's Army (2.8.5) on my desktop (wired) my wireless connections all drop and the kids start yelling to turn the internet back on. When I exit the game all goes back to normal...
i have a d-link Dir-825 (Hardware Ver. B1/Firmware 2.02NA) and i wanna connect my ps3 to the 5ghz for online gaming but i cannot find the option for it. also when scanning on my iPod Touch and PS3 for a wireless connection i cannot find the SSID that i named for 5ghz and the only one that shows up is the other SSID i named for 2.4ghz.(both SSID are not the same name). is it really worth switching from 2.4ghz to 5ghz?
In our neighborhood we have about 10 residents on a LAN controlled by 1 resident. For connection I have a LAN modem which connects wirelessly to an aerial at resident 1. I have 2 computers one with Win 7 Ultimate and one with XP SP3. Thinking incorrectly that I was setting up a home network, in trying to get my 2 PC's to talk to one another I have permissions set up for everyone on both machines. However I have discovered that now all 10 residents can see my 2 PC's. While I can see both PC's from either machine, in trying to change the "Everyone" to restrict access to the names of each of the 2 pcs only, I can only see users and Administrator on that particular machine only and cannot add a user/name of the other PC. How can I stop the other residents from seeing my machine but allow me to see either of my machines from one another?
. In our neighborhood we have about 10 residents on a LAN controlled by 1 resident. For connection I have a LAN modem which connects wirelessly to an aerial at resident 1. I have 2 computers one with Win 7 Ultimate and one with XP SP3. Thinking incorrectly that I was setting up a home network, in trying to get my 2 PC's to talk to one another I have permissions set up for everyone on both machines. However I have discovered that now all 10 residents can see my 2 PC's. While I can see both PC's from either machine, in trying to change the "Everyone" to restrict access to the names of each of the 2 pcs only, I can only see users and Administrator on that particular machine only and cannot add a user/name of the other PC.
A few days ago I received my DIR-655 I ordered off Amazon and hooked it up. There were no problems the first day after initial setup. The next day I noticed that I was losing internet connection even though the wifi indicator on my laptop said otherwise. This happens for about 5 minutes at a time and on other devices such as my desktop and my iPad. And I hopped on Call of Duty last night and played a competition with some friends and gave everyone 4bar connection. Later that night, I was playing some more and people that connected to me received 1bar connection and I got that in return on their connection. I feel that the router isn't working with my devices right?
got myself the Netgear internal PCI wifi adapter today & it works just fine on my Windows XP SP3 desktop.
The only problem I have is the question of restricting access to kids @ home. If it was an external USB adapter, I could have just taken it away but the concern is the device being an internal & always available one. The user configuration on the PC is such that there is 1 main administrator (The actual windows "administrator" account) that no one uses. Apart from that,
- 1 user with admin privileges (me)
- 1 limited account for the kid
- 1 admin privilege account for the kid again (for purposes like installation of games which require an admin account as mandatory)
I would like for the wifi PCI card to work only when I login to my account. There must be someway by which I could disable the device or make the internet inaccesible in the other accounts,, (but pls bear that 1 of the account that the kid uses also has admin privilege)
I tried disabling the device from control panel but in vain.. (tried something like the sys admins do in corporates ..) disabling the usb ports on the PC's in my office..!
We're planning to ope a coffee house for teens at my church. We want the internet to be accessible to them but want to restrict what sites they can access so homework, games, etc. can be accessed but not the stuff rated for violent, rrisky behaviors.
I have joined my ACS box to the domain and can auth users in active directory groups. I thought about this somewhat and would prefer to only use AD users in ACS groups. Is this possible, I can only seem to do local users in local groups and AD users in AD groups.Many people have access to AD so I don't want anyone to be able to move users in and out of AD groups and get access to equipment.
I have D-Link; DIR-600 wireless 150 router. & I am looking to put some restrictions on internet usage on daily bases. How to set up some security to restrict internet usage as I live with my cousins and flatmates so want to restrict that those particular IP addresses should not access more than 500MB per day as I am the responsible one for paying internet bills and I am just over it keeping an eye on usage.
- Restrict Internet usage on every single laptop
- restrict downloading and uploading from those laptops
I've been using "Linksys by Cisco Wireless-N Home ADSL2+ Modem Router WAG120N". I can restrict internet access to only 8 computers using their Mac adresses but there are no ore entry fields for Mac adress than 8. What shall I do when I need to block internet access to more than 8 computers say 20 computers on wired LAN? I don't like the option blocking the internet access via IP address. I found they are not that effective as the option Mac adress
Client: CISCO VPN Client VPN server: Cisco Concentrator 3020 OS v 4.7
I want to get away from configuring split tunneling for security reasons. With Split tunneling and I am able to specify to which subnets the clients have access to. I do it defining "Network Lists"
When I modify the group and select "tunnel everything" under "client config" tab, the users then can access all subnets in the LAN. When I select this option the "Split tunneling network list" is grayed out
End goal is to make all traffic go thru the tunnel but be able to resctrict access to speficic subnets.
I have a client who has asked me to "optimize" their network.They currently have a few shared folders that everyone can see, but what they want is to restrict access to some of the computers on the network.More specific,they don't want the receptionist and the backroom workers to have access to those shared folders while the rest of the employees (the bosses) do have access to those folders.They have 2 computers with Windows 7, 2 computers with Windows XP, and a mac.
I have 4 PCs connected to a wireless modem router(WBR 6601).All 4PCs are configured to shared all folder in C drive. These PCs are not configure to use domain.The thing is whenever I let my guest to connect to my wireless modem router for internet usage. They will be able to see all of my shared Folder(4 PCs) under the network Terminals.Is there anyway i can restrict the guest from accessing/seeing my shared folder and allow them to connect to my WAP to use for internet browsing only ?
I have 2 mbps line with D-link modem shared by 2 persons through wire. Sometime I feel that my client is using more band width than me so I want to know is there is any way I can control the speed of my client.
I would like to restrict Internet traffic (HTTP & HTTPS) for Inside Users with an ASA 5505. I would like to setup a proxy-like system where a User/Password must be entered before the User can actually browse the web.
I know that this can be done with an additional RADIUS/TACACS+ Server. Is this also possible without any external AAA Server, so with User/PW stored on the ASA locally only?
We have purchased an RV110W and I need to restrict internet access to the entire internet with the exception of 4 websites that are required for employees to do their jobs. I need to do this on 3 specific machines, not the entire network. I have looked at the internet access and schedule management pages of the router and just can seem to figure out how to do this.