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Blocking internet access on a Router

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Nobby

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#1
I just hooked up a router and I want to block internet access to a few stations.

I've turned on the DHCP server on the router and all the computers are setup.

What is the best solution?

Router is USR 8000A

Thanx
 

JJB6486

Retired Mod
Political User
#4
Look around in the config (and the manual). My Linksys router as options to filter access from certain IP addresses, IP ranges, and even MAC addresses.

JJB
 
N

Nobby

Guest
#5
if I create a range that's able to access the net
and another one to disable the net

how does the router know what IP address to assign the computers?

and no my router doesn't have mac ranges
 

JJB6486

Retired Mod
Political User
#6
Set up static IP addresses

Turn DHCP off and manually assign a permanemt IP to each computer on the LAN. Tne block the IPs of the computer that you want to not access the internet

JJB
 

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