How to allow or block devices from accessing the internet on your Netgear R7000 router?
Steps to use routerlog.com access control…
To set up access control on your NETGEAR router, you have to log in to your router first, if you are already logged in, then you can jump on to the next step. To login the steps will be as simple as your login previously to your NETGEAR router. Open and launch the web browser in your setup device. The setup device must be connected to the WIFI network of your router. After unlocking the browser, enter https://www.routerlogin.net or you may enter https://www.routerlogin.com, and thus, a login window will appear. At this login window, input ADMIN that is your username and then enter PASSWORD, that is your password. Now go with the following steps to control access in your Netgear router login.
- Go and select ADVANCED, then select SECURITY, and then select ACCESS CONTROL.
On the checkbox of “Turn on Access Control” select the box. Before using the allow or block access control tool, you have to select the checkbox, and then specify the access tool. To specify the access rule, you have to select one of the two options.
- Allow all new devices to connect: – With this you won’t need any specific MAC address to enter while connecting any new device to your WIFI network.
- Block all new devices from connecting: – With this option, any of the new devices cannot access your WIFI network, but it can access the local network of your router. While connecting to any of the new devices, it will always ask for the MAC address.
- You can even see the devices that you have blocked or have not connected to your router’s WIFI network by tapping on any of the following options;
“View list of allowed devices”- not currently connected to the network
“View list of blocked devices”- not currently connected to the network
- In order to allow the access of your www.mywifi.net WIFI network, select and tick the checkbox that is just next to the devices or the computer you have connected. Then tap the apply button, and your settings will be saved.