In addition to restricting access by day or time, you can also restrict access to specific Web sites. If you wish you can
also restrict access to individual services like FTP, POP, SMTP, and so on. You can also use keywords to block certain types of Web sites or block entire URLs.
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Michael Callahan: Hi, this is Michael Callahan doctor file finder and welcome back to our special Butterscotch.com ten parts series on understanding your router. In this segment we are going to look at website blocking. Now once again this is also under access restrictions. This is a link this router under your router if it's a different brand you will so find some way to restrict access.
Now here in addition to blocking just websites, you can also block services, so for example as you wanted to block file transfers you could block FTP and it already puts the FTP port and for you. Website you could take and block as specific website or websites, you can also block by key word, so you could type in porn, nudity, underage words that would might be on sites that you want to block your children from viewing, so you can block the specific websites.
If you have problem with your son going to specific website, you can put that website in here and you could block them from going to that site. You can also block with the key words and into individual services can also be blocked TELNET, FTP, EMAIL, Instant messages and so on, click save settings and you are all done, so once again this is a part of a ten part series and understanding the router be sure to check out all of the parts