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puk code I assume is not for the category of a network hub or switch but for a mobile phone. ????
Mobile phone network provider - get in touch with them and ask for PUK . its unique to each network provider
if you block access to a website,they will find a way around it,you can block individual sites by adding them to the block list in your firewall,or,you can tell them all that the traffic is being monitored and anyone accessing anything that doesn't have something to do with work,they will be fired,then find a program that does that
1. Go to Settings.
2. Go to More Settings under WiFi/Bluetooth/Data Usage
3. Go to Mobile Networks
4. Here you should get 3 options GSM/WCDMA(Auto Mode) For 2/3G
5. WCDMA Only. option for 3G
6. Select GSM Only option for 2G.
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You may need to upgrade to a newer sim card. There have been changes recently, esp. with the broader adoption of, and newer versions of LTE. LTE is a whole different radio system than 3g or even 4g. (It is actually 3g on super steroids) I think a sim upgrade should fix the problem.
Unfortunately your switch is what is known as an "unmanaged" switch meaning you cannot make changes to it in any way. It is simply a plug and go device. If you want a switch that can control internet access you would be better off buying a "managed" switch or a switch that supports something called a "VLAN". A VLAN is a technology where you can make certain ports part of a virtual network and you can restrict certain access on these virtual networks such as internet access.
If it is a certain computer that you want to block internet access to you can possibly do that though your router's firewall's configuration.