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Author Topic: Can someone from DLink PLEASE respond in this forum?  (Read 9030 times)

forumuser

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Re: Can someone from DLink PLEASE respond in this forum?
« Reply #15 on: December 30, 2009, 10:40:06 AM »

Thanks for your testing, so it looks like its partially working. I know one could always just use the IP/MAC policy for blocking URLs but sometimes its good to setup the router as a guest router and have the filter apply to any computer that connects to it.
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BigJohnny

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Re: Can someone from DLink PLEASE respond in this forum?
« Reply #16 on: December 30, 2009, 03:10:17 PM »

To "forumuser",

I enabled the MAC Filtering and the Web Filtering is working okay.  I was only using the DHCP Reservations List, before I enabled the MAC Filtering.  On the Access Policy, I used the IP option.  As you mentioned, the "Other Machines" options did not block the listed URL's, but it worked with listing, either an IP or MAC Address.

I'd be willing to bet we might just be missing something now possibly, since website filtering is actually working. Something else needed to use "other machines" option??!!
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