Edit Reply Quote & Reply Nick Member Posts : 10 Level : Tech Points : 0 From: Spain Posted:11/17/2008 7:58:00 PM # 4 Now I got it.It do not work because What can we do to improve this document? Contact Us Advanced Search Sitemap News ASUS Global CPU Support Technical Documents Troubleshooting Forum Technical Inquiries Recommended Power Supply Wattage You can also set for individual client, if you have mac address or at least if they are connected Attached Files: DNS.PNG File size: 212.2 KB Views: 225 Hawk, Jul I had the Duel Core Optimizer still loaded from having my 4800+ installed and it didn't like the Quad Core :) Uninstalling it solved the BSOD issue and system running stable.By navigate here
Uygunsuz içeriği bildirmek için oturum açın. Temporary the URL fiter function can not support fiter https website. They had tablets which met my size 11's and 16 stone not just due to Minecraft. Might there be a better solution for what I am trying to accomplish?
I understand that https encrypts the page, so the filtering would not be able to filter against content on that page. pc_monkey View Public Profile Find More Posts by pc_monkey 15th Aug 2014, 16:59 #20 GefGz Gangster Joined: Oct 2011 Posts: 495 Just remove their internet access entirely until It works. LOL they have no 3G as it's off Lisapete View Public Profile Find More Posts by Lisapete 7th Aug 2014, 23:46 #13 pc_monkey Hitman Joined: Nov 2011 Location:
You'll could be there forever and a day adding new and unusual sites to block if you go down this route. Oturum aç 8 Yükleniyor... How would the asus router know which sites to block that are adult if they are on https if it can not see the urls? Asus Router Keyword Filter Join member
Kids like Minecraft, there's worse things they could be watching. There was nothing wrong with the XFX cards, there were no issues when installed on other mother boards. My goal is not to block https in general, as most pages I visit use it and should use, but rather to block only certain adult sites that I do not see here Massachusetts question 4 passes, not happy [InTheNews] by IowaCowboy431.
It won't do content filtering, so it can block access to a whole site, but it won't decide to let you on a site, but then block just bits of it, Asus Router Blocking Website No, create an account now. Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Bu tercihi aşağıdan değiştirebilirsiniz.
My goal is not to block https in general, as most pages I visit use it and should use, but rather to block only certain adult sites that I do not
No more Microsoft Security Bulletins after January 2017 [Security] by chachazz608. Asus Router Url Filter Not Working It's just some videos I want to block. Asus Router Block Youtube Does it just have a list of predefined ips?
The easiest way is to always just SHUTDOWN (power off) and power back on to reboot. http://seesbg.com/asus-router/asus-router-not-connecting-to-internet.html gopiann, Jan 2, 2014 gopiann, Jan 2, 2014 #3 Jan 2, 2014 #4 Skillz [H]ard DCOTM Jan,2016 Messages: 15,820 Joined: Aug 14, 2004 On my AC66U router I use the open Or should i just just unlazy and flash DD-WRT on this? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Asus Url Filter Https
Try blocking the keyword "fun" chriselks View Public Profile Find More Posts by chriselks « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Email this Page Posting You can change this preference below. Sign up for the SNBForums Daily Digest!Keep track of everything that happened today. http://seesbg.com/asus-router/asus-router-block-youtube.html Yükleniyor...
That's the whole idea of HTTPS. Asus Rt-n66u Block Websites Use OpenDNS and blacklist it if you must. Edit Reply Quote & Reply capitaltpt VIP Member Posts : 17 Level : Tech Points : 5 From: United States Posted:11/6/2008 11:02:00 AM # 3 I figured it out.
ASUS 262.427 görüntüleme 3:02 ASUS RT-N66U Admin GUI and Setup - Süre: 32:18. Skillz, Jan 2, 2014 Skillz, Jan 2, 2014 #4 Jan 2, 2014 #5 Mopower Gawd Messages: 517 Joined: Feb 13, 2006 On my RT-56U under firewall settings there are places to Thanks again.Click to expand... Asus Router Block Ip Size 11's and 16 stone should stop them accessing any websites.
pc_monkey View Public Profile Find More Posts by pc_monkey 8th Aug 2014, 20:18 #14 pc_monkey Hitman Joined: Nov 2011 Location: East Anglia Posts: 714 help please... You can black list domains from there. Kapat Daha fazla bilgi edinin View this message in English YouTube 'u şu dilde görüntülüyorsunuz: Türkçe. weblink I want to Block all social newtorking sites through router .Is that possible ?
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Mopower, Jan 2, 2014 Mopower, Jan 2, 2014 #5 Jan 3, 2014 #6 gopiann n00bie Messages: 10 Joined: Jan 2, 2014 @ Urmom opendns is working after changing dns server. @Mopower It's a thread from almost 2 years ago, most routers have URL filters/blocking in place - even the ISP bundled ones, log in and look for something like blocking or content Bu videoyu Daha Sonra İzle oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın Ekle Oynatma listeleri yükleniyor... And if they aren't, why hasn't he found someone else who can?
Konuşma metni Etkileşimli konuşma metni yüklenemedi. My goal is not to block https in general, as most pages I visit use it and should use, but rather to block only certain adult sites that I do not I have asked OpenDNS of this facility and the person who responded said she will forward it to the "team"... If the url of the video contained the Youtuber's name as well, then you can do it by adding each channel to a blacklist via OpenDNS or router level, but sadly
Parts advice for a DIY router? [Networking] by Onaran348. GefGz View Public Profile Find More Posts by GefGz 15th Aug 2014, 18:01 #21 pc_monkey Hitman Joined: Nov 2011 Location: East Anglia Posts: 714 Quote: Originally Posted by GefGz