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Can I schedule access to my network for devices in my household?

Say from 7:00am to 10:00pm? Have looked in setup but unable to find a solution

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  • braesidefarm May 07, 2009

    Nothing in the firewall settings about scheduling access to the internet through our network. (Parental Controls) Need to allow acces to the net from 7am to 10pm only.



    Thanx for your original reply



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Log-in to your router page. to log-in to your router page, bring up your web browser and type in the router's ip address in the address bar then hit enter. Type in the username and password.
Click on the Advanced tab. Click on Firewall to the left of the page. set it up. click on apply when you're done.

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