How to set Block Service in Router WGT 624u?

December 9, 2010 at 23:29:31
Specs: Windows XP, Pentium Dual Core E5300 2.60 GHz
Hello Everyone,
I used router WGT 624u Netgear for my office, we are running with 9 PCs in company.And we use ADSL 128 to connect the internet. My manager want to define 4 PCs ( Group A) for internet usage. Other PCs(Group B) want to be offline but local area connection is enable for Printing and file sharing. So I try to block the dedicated Group B IP Address using router(block service). Here the problem I start to meet was I don't know the way to fill the data as shown in before: "Service Type" , "Protocol" , "Start & End Port" , "Service Type / User Defined". More than that I don't know the way to find the data above in my/individual PC. The only I know was Need to set static IP Address if we want to use block service. I want to use "Always" service.
Thanks for reading.

Advance Regards,


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December 10, 2010 at 07:16:47
That is not how you do it.

You have a couple of options but what you want to accomplish is block their internet access while still having lan access.

You can assign static ips to the B group of pcs but don't include a gateway entry.

You can setup mac filtering [associated a mac address with an ip address in the routers dhcp server] then set the schedule to deny internet access to these mac addresses.

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December 14, 2010 at 20:52:47
Yep Wanderer I do it!
I set the service type as "http" and protocol is "TCP" port address "80"
then I set the range IP. but yesterday when I checked group B, PCs are still available for Internet. Another remind is that I check the "Use DHCP in router" and trun on radio button of "get the IP address automatically" in properties of their(Group B) connection.
Even if they get the IP address automatically they can't get the ip address range that I allow in "Block service". So what's wrong of I am. Is I need to set static address for them individually? I don't know why. Please help! Thanks for reading.

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