Limiting broadband access.

  Grandad D 21:14 16 Feb 05

Hi, Apart from disconecting the modem is it possible to stop access via a broadband connection on one computer in a network? ie, via a password would be good. win XP Pro. Ta, Dennis.

  Noelg23 21:15 16 Feb 05

please elaborate many other PCs are connected and is it via a router?

  Chezdez 21:16 16 Feb 05

unplug the lead from the back of the router/switch?

or is it wireless? in which, i don't know, sorry (not very good with wireless gizmo's yet)

  Mikè 21:20 16 Feb 05

We need more info on tour network ie router? wireless?

  Yoda Knight 21:30 16 Feb 05

Change the connection type to use a proxy server that doesnt exist - not a very secure method, but it will stop little kids and total newbies

  Grandad D 21:41 16 Feb 05

Hi, We have 5 computers connected via wireless router. It is OK during the day but at night 1 of them is still running so that it be used for non internet work. However we would like to stop unauthorised people from getting on the internet. On a dial up it was easy to password protect the dial up. We could just unplug it but to do this every night would be a pain. Ta, Dennis.

  mattyc_92 21:44 16 Feb 05
  Muckle 20:53 28 Feb 05

There should be something in the router software such as a schedule where you can time Internet access or block services at times to suite you.

  JonnyTub 21:09 28 Feb 05

click here

look at the 'iprotectyou' programme about midway down the page

  JonnyTub 21:10 28 Feb 05

oh, and it's free, always a good start :-)

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