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Linksys WRT54GL how to integrate a firewall to lock some webs?

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Renamed&Closed5, Nov 10, 2011.

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  1. Renamed&Closed5

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    Hi,

    Im using a Linksys wrt54gl wireless router and i wish to integrade probably a software or something to disable those who are connected to download movies, watch live videos , youtube any some porn sites any idea how do i do that? It has the original firmware installed.
    Please help me people
     
  2. Rockn

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    You need a content filtering service to do what you want. It comes at a cost so don't count on getting it for free and it is normally a device you purchase to put between your router and the LAN.
     
  3. ElguaPaul

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    Take a look at www.OpenDNS.com, they have free solutions in the "Home Solutions" section. You basically configure your router's Lan DHCP with DNS IP address's that point to OpenDNS.

    IMO, it's a great service.
     
  4. Renamed&Closed5

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    thanks alot people for your quick help
     
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