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Restricting internet access using Parental Internet Control

The Parental Internet Control feature of some Belkin routers allows you to limit and select which devices can go online or restrict websites.

IMPORTANT:  The steps may vary depending on the model of your Belkin router.

Step 1:
Open a web browser and enter your router's IP address on the Address bar.  Then, press [Enter].

NOTE:  The default IP address of Belkin routers is  If this doesn't work, the router's IP address might have been changed.  Click here for instructions on how to check your Belkin router's IP address.


Step 2:
Click Parental Internet Control.



Step 3:
When the login prompt appears, enter your router's password and click Let me in!.

QUICK TIP:  Allow a minute for the device to search for all the devices on your network.  You'll see the list of devices currently connected to your network.


NOTE:  Only devices connected to the network are listed in the Parental Internet Control tab.

Step 4:
Toggle the button beside the device name to block or unblock that device.


To learn how to prevent devices for accessing specific websites within your network, click here.

Related Articles:

Scheduling Internet access with Parental Internet Control
Getting to know the Parental Internet Control feature on Belkin routers
Renaming devices listed in the Belkin router’s Parental Internet Control

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