on 21-10-2016 11:50 PM
I need some help. I have a B315 Router on an uncapped Lte broadband residential line. I have two hoggs in the house, a daughter that is at varsity and a sixteen year old boy whos hormones are going haywire. I want to give each a certain limited amount of bandwidth per month. How do I do this?
on 24-10-2016 01:55 PM
@doubleujayh, a tricky one. These types of simple home routers dont really let you do that. You can usually do MAC address filtering to block people from accessing a router, or you can do Parental Control where you can set certain times per day that the internet is accessible, as well as block certain sites.
on 24-10-2016 04:15 PM
I am aware of the MAC address Parental Control options but do not want to limit them entirely. The idea is to give them a piece of the pie but when it is up... it is up. No more nada
on 26-10-2016 08:50 PM
I can't believe that this is not possible in this day and age. I am at wits end. Telkom keeps sending me threatening messages about throttling and suspension on something that that I have little control over bar disabling the device completely or taking away the kids gadgets!
on 28-10-2016 03:44 PM
@doubleujayh, be the parent! ANywayz, there probably is ways of doing it. Googling the subject brings up very technical solutions involving customer router firmware ot installing a proxy server etc...
You could also try a Parental DNS service that blocks certain types of sites. I all, you are wanting BMW extras on a Polo Vivo.
on 28-10-2016 06:20 PM