Wow...you're not even going to let your kidds go on MySpacee or play an MMo?! Thats awful...kids learn more online then they do in real life and that is a fact...anyways if you absolutely have to then you are going to need to go into your router settings and block sites from there. Just type 192.168.1.1 into the address bar of your browser and it should take you to the login screen, from there you should log in (get login data here http://www.routerpasswords.com/) and once u are in you can block specific keywords and websites go ahead you can now set up your perfect world bubble for your family
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Your kids will learn more playing Dark Age of Camelot than anything else. Why not trust your kids instead of trying to limit their access to the net?
block sites with Linksys router: http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?...
Or use a web filter. http://aobo.cc/aobo-porn-filter.html But they are NOT FREE. You can add the websites you don't want to visit to blacklist or just set keywords to block websites. Also there is whitelist for wanted sites. And it works in stealth mode, and won't show in the task manager. It has password protection so that no one can change your settings without password.
How To Block Sites From Entire Network?
I need to find out how to block websites from a home network. We have one wired computer and 2 that run off wireless internet connected to a Linksys router. We need to keep our kids off of certain sites like MySpace and Dark Age of Camelot (an MMO like World of Warcraft). How can we control which websites the kids can and can not access through the network? They still need internet for school so I can not disconnect it completely, and parental controls don't work for sites like MySpace. 10 POINTS FOR BEST ANSWER!