How to block my front office system from wifi

November 2, 2014 at 03:30:48
Specs: Windows 8
i had a WiFi facility to my front office system. i am using netgear JWNR2010. i am using my laptop my mobile and front office desktop through WiFi. i want to block net access to my front office system. i am using WiFi for front office for networking purpose and some times my staff needs to send mails officially. but my staff is surfing on nert some times, it kills my office time. so kindly suggest a solution. is there any facility to block access and unblock the access when ever i want. and i want to controle blocking and unblocking from my laptop.

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#1
November 2, 2014 at 05:41:10
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#2
November 2, 2014 at 16:34:41
Your router should have options to block certain web sites either by type or by address (facebook, HSN, etc). This may not be exactly what you asked, but it would reduce wasted work time. Also the threat of random wandering through the office (by you or an office manager) and an official policy statement pertaining to the internet use that is posted, should further deter inappropriate use of computers at work.

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#3
November 2, 2014 at 20:29:05
Looking at the user manual of your router there is no feature to limit access to internet for certain devices. Perhaps the firewall on the front office has some capability. Some parental-control-apps may do the trick.

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#4
November 3, 2014 at 15:02:34
I did not check manual but website says includes 'parental controls' which may help. Parental controls should offer 'type of site' blocking at least, some page exclusions (probably), and probably some limitations per user class (may not be as useful).
This is not a business class router which would be a better choice for you.

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