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The Router can be configured to restrict access to the Internet, e-mail or other network services
at specific days and times. More Info

>> Access Control    >> URL Blocking    >> Schedule Rule  
 
This page allows users to define service limitations of client PCs, including IP address, service type and scheduling rule criteria.
For the URL blocking function, you need to configure the URL address first on the "URL Blocking Site" page.
For the scheduling function, you also need to configure the schedule rule first on the "Schedule Rule" page.
 
Client PC Description >  

Client PC IP Address >   ~

> Client PC Service:

Service Name Detail Description Blocking
WWW HTTP, TCP Port 80, 3128, 8000, 8080, 8001
WWW with URL Blocking HTTP (Ref. URL Blocking Site Page)
E-mail Sending SMTP, TCP Port 25
News Forums NNTP, TCP Port 119
E-mail Receiving POP3, TCP Port 110
Secure HTTP HTTPS, TCP Port 443
File Transfer FTP, TCP Port 21
MSN Messenger TCP Port 1863
Telnet Service TCP Port 23
AIM AOL Instant Messenger, TCP Port 5190
NetMeeting H.323, TCP Port 1720
DNS UDP Port 53
SNMP UDP Port 161, 162
VPN-PPTP TCP Port 1723
VPN-L2TP UDP Port 1701
TCP All TCP Port
UDP All UDP Port
 
User Define Service
Protocol: TCP   UDP
Port Range: ~,   ~,   ~,   ~,   ~
Scheduling Rule (Ref. Schedule Rule Page):