Hello All, I have a superhub2 at home and would like to know why this particular router does not allow for individual websites (or domains) to be added into its firewall related settings? I have used Web Safe and that is perfectly fine but blocking everyone out of say "youtube" is not really ideal. youtube may be a generally safe website but my kids like watching crazy footie videos and the presenters "swear" quite a lot. This is not something I want them to hear, and at the same time shouldn't block my wife from listening to maybe music too. Hoping for a flexible answer that doesn't suggest me buying another router and connecting both together because if a "SuperHub" cannot do it, then basically it is not "Super" really?
Thanks for posting and a big welcome to the community
I've just checked on this as we did used to be able to block key words but this appears to have been removed from the security options. It might be possible to download software that blocks certain content, but you'd have to manage this on each device individually.
Sincere apologies for this, I know it's an inconvenience.
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