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Latest revision as of 22:52, 29 March 2013


Restricting access to a modem/router

This article describes how to set up a Netgear modem/router to restrict access to an XBox 360 by time schedule. It refers specifically to the Netgear DGN2200, but should be applicable to some other modem/routers in the Netgear range.

Log in to your router using 192.168.0.1 and enter your username and password.

The port information you'll need is as follows:

TCP/UDP 3074
TCP/UDP 53
UDP 88
TCP80

And you'll have 4 services and each will require its own unique name.

I have simply called my 4 ports XboxLive, XboxLive1, XboxLive2 & XboxLive3.

Once you have access to the router you will need to goto the heading 'Content filtering' located on the left hand side of the screen in the blue column and click on 'Services':

Content-filtering.jpg


In the services window click on 'Add':

Services.jpg


Then type in the port information one at a time and click on 'Apply'. In this example I have entered the first of the four ports (XboxLive) as detailed above (port 3074):

Add-services.jpg


After pressing 'Apply' you will be returned to the Services screen. Simply click on 'Add' again and add in the details for the second port (53). Continue until you have individually added all four ports and the Services screen should then look like this:

Services1.jpg


Next click on Firewall rules again in the blue column under 'Content filtering':


Content-filtering.jpg


Then click on Add on Inbound Services:

Firewall-rules.jpg


In here you need to use the drop down menu at the top to select the first service you created (in the example its called XboxLive). Then select the next option whichever you prefer. I use Allow by schedule and otherwise Block. Enter the IP address of the device you wish to block access to (in this example 192.168.0.100) Then click on 'Apply':

Inbound-services.jpg


You will then be returned to the Firewall Rules screen where you then need to simply add in the other 3 services we created (XboxLive1, XboxLive2 & XboxLive3). Once done your screen should look like this:

Firewall-rules1.jpg


Finally, once again go to the 'Content Filtering' in the blue column and this time click on 'Schedule':


Content-filtering.jpg


Once the schedule window is open you just need to select which days you want blocking to occur on and enter the time period in which blocking takes place and click on 'Apply'. In this example I have selected Monday to Friday, Access allowed between 8am and 9pm:

Schedule.jpg


That's it!


--Information supplied by TableLeg