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Re: Blocking an IP for one user



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One fairly easy thing to do is to create an account at OpenDNS.com then
set you DNS settings to use OpenDNS.  You can then block sites by IP or
by classification.


On 05/30/2009 11:53 AM, Paul wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> My son is getting to that "funny" age whereby I need to keep certain
> sites away from him.
> 
> Is there any way that I can block an IP address or certain keywords from
> his user settings so that it doesn't matter which browser he uses, he
> can't access them?
> 
> For example, I want to block the BBC websites wholesale or anything with
> the words Microsoft, MSN or Hotmail in the URL - you get the idea - but
> also an IP range such as 172.168.*.*
> 
> TTFN
> 
> Paul
> 


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  Steve
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