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Solved Blocking URLs on my router

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  1. digant

    digant Thread Starter

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    I use a Tenda N300. I want to allow only specific website access on my device. But every time I complete filling up details in the administrative settings and click 'OK', a dialogue pops up saying "Please enter a valid domain name". IDK what to do. Please help.
     

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    Try just typing youtube.com in the URL character string box.
     
  3. digant

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    Thank you so much! It worked ^_^
     
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    Judging by screenshots the only thing i see is that the https:// (the protocol) wasn't present.
     
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    Judging by screenshots the only thing i see is that the https:// (the protocol) wasn't present.
     
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