How to block lan IP
IP filtering is a method used to block computers on an internal network from accessing the Internet. This is often used on critical machines on the network, such as servers. It blocks users from accessing the Internet to protect these machines from malware. You can filter IP addresses on your router using the administrator console provided by the router's manufacturer. Once the block is set up, each user machine listed in the filter settings will no longer be able to access the Internet.
Open your web browser and type in the IP address for your router. For most default settings, the IP for the router is 192.168.1.1. Enter your admin username and password. If you have not set them up, try leaving the username black and the typing "admin" for the password. Click the "Security" tab at the top of the window. This opens a new console screen. Within this screen, click the "Filter" link. A list of text boxes is shown where you enter the IP addresses you want to filter. Enter a range of IP addresses you want to block. You can enter one IP address or several. Click the "Save Settings" button. Hope this helps.
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