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Registered: ‎22-03-2014
Message 11 of 14 (1,223 Views)

Re: Set internet time limit for child

Change your Hub passwords and put him on the guest account (rename it as well) Teens network or something. This can be turned off or on at your will. It dont thing this helps with wire networks but what teen would be seen with a wired network Smiley Wink i dont think they know what a corded phone is Smiley Happy

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Registered: ‎11-02-2012
Message 12 of 14 (1,089 Views)

Re: Set internet time limit for child

@Shelke - thanks for this guide

Took me about a million tries but I got there in the end. My notes:

Firstly I found it more reliable to manually enter the MAC address of each device I wanted to reserve (instead of using the check boxes I literally typed the MAC address in myself).

I found the superhub needs to reset itself evey time you reserve an IP address. Just wait to be kicked back to the password screen.

I found using the simple slider to set times did not work, but the option to choose different times on different days of the week worked (exactly as stated in your guide).

 

@Virgin: your superhub is so bad guys. You need to get a firmware update out there and at least kill the functionality that doesn't work. I'm assuming you're not actually going to fix it :-(

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Registered: ‎01-06-2017
Message 13 of 14 (515 Views)

Re: Set internet time limit for child

Much easier is this ..
'wifi blocker' app on Apple Store.
It works great with the hub3. We use it in our house .. you can hear it works with out 13yr old screams when she's blocked lol.
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Message 14 of 14 (62 Views)

Re: Set internet time limit for child

Didn't work. About time Virgin sorted it out. If you can do it on older hubs you should be able to do it on this one!! Get with it Virgin!
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