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Re: D-link router DI-704P
Its unusual for a router to block anything outgoing it's normally incoming that gets blocked.
Sometimes a Bank will not allow access if your system has spyware or trojan programmes running, so do an anti virus scan and antispyware scan.
Also check that the content advisor is not set too low in internet explorer>tools>internet options>content tab>content advisor.
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Try using the parental control tools on your router to block it. As FB uses https:// the connection is encrypted, The router cannot see the URL accessed. Don't block https:// in general as you will not be able to access sites that uses a secure connection, ie Amazon, your bank, etc
You want to block website ?? login using username and password
This will take you into the router administration settings.
There should be a Category "Content Filtering" or "site management" on something along those lines
Click on it and click on the sub-category "Block sites". At this point
you are usually prompted to type in your router password again.
Simply type in the domain name of the site you want block or type a
keyword which blocks any site you try to access containg that keyword in
its domain name.
This will cover any device eg laptop, phone, ipod, tablet connected to
the network cannot access these webstites because they have been blocked
through the administrator so are blocked on your network.
Access your router via the built in configuration page, default is http://192.168.1.1. I'm assuming you're the administrator; If not, contact him/her. At the top of the window, select the "Access Restrictions" tab. The policies will be listed and can be modified.
Blocked Services: You may choose to block access to certain services. Click Add/Edit Services to modify these settings.
Website Blocking by URL: You can block access to certain websites by entering their URL.
Website Blocking by Keyword: You can block access to certain website by the keywords contained in their webpage.
Yes you can block websites with this router. Go to the setup for the router. Enter in 192.168.1.1 in the address bar of your web browser. Then go to the Access Restrictions tab, near the bottom of the page you will see the option to block websites by URL or by keyword.
It probably has been blocked at the modem or router. You would have to have access to the modem or router which is usually 192.168.2.1 or something close to that. But you have to know user name and password. In the modem and even most routers have the ability to block particular websites that they may not want employees to access. If the company is wanting to remove the block and doesnt know the password they can call the particular manufacturer of what ever brand it is and normally get it reset. Most dont have a forgotten password email option.. Sorry......
1. you could have a firewall issue in the the Windows Security (n check here first) 2. Then check your firewall allowances in the router itself. to access you may have to use 184.108.40.206 or 192.168.1.1 to access the router through a web page. user name ; usually "admin' then password "password" this is default. I hope this helps. Have great day!
I had the same problem here. 99.9% of websites work fine, but online banking failed. So here is the solution (it's also in the manual, but who reads this stuff - well, I didn't): the default MTU of 1492 in the router is too high. I set the value to 1400, and now everything is working fine. You can find the perfect MTU value for your network environment by following the instructions in the manual. I have the german version here, where it is section 3 in chapter 6 (Why can't I access some websites ...)