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Getting to know the Parental Internet Control feature on Belkin routers

The Parental Internet Control feature on some Belkin routers, allows you to restrict or permit access to certain devices and websites within your network.

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  • Restrict Internet access
The Parental Internet Control feature helps you control which devices are allowed to have Internet access.  If you want to control which of your children’s gadgets are allowed to access the Internet, click here.
  • Schedule Internet access
This feature is used when you need to synchronize your devices' Internet access according to school nights or weekends. To schedule which devices are allowed to have Internet access on a specific time, click here.

NOTE:  The Parental Internet Control feature only shows your device's name and MAC Address.

QUICK TIP:  If you have multiple devices in your home, it is best to rename the devices listed in the Parental Internet Control feature.  For instructions, click here.


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