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Setup schedules for internet traffic

The schedules can be set up but they will not work. Is there a way to make it work?

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If it doesn't work, that's a problem with the router's firmware. You must update the firmware of your router.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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TOOLS -> ADVANCED RULES -> ADD -> configure below:

- General Tab
---- Rule Description: Allow ICMP Type 3,4
---- Action: Allow this traffic
---- Advanced Settings: All network interface cards
---- Screensaver Mode: Both on and off
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-Hosts Tab
---- Remote Host: All addresses

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---- Select:
------- Destination Unreachable - 3
------- Source Quench - 4
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- Scheduling Tab
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- Applications Tab
---- [NOT NEEDED]

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