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From viruses and phishing schemes to sexual predators and dangerous misinformation from irresponsible news journalists, there’s a lot out there that can harm your child and your family that can’t be stopped through Big Brother-style monitoring.Your energy is far better spent trying to teach your kid to be a responsible and thoughtful consumer of media. Using this information, we’ll track who was looking at what. Blocking sites and services on your router restrict access to certain websites or activity on certain ports.Here, we see that all the activity is coming from 192.168.1.6. This is a rock solid way to police web activity because it can’t be circumvented from a computer.From any computer, access your router’s setup page by typing in its IP address into your browser window. A Quick Note About Your Default Password You’ll probably be prompted to enter a username and password. Try admin / password or admin / 1234 or admin / admin or root / root. This lists all the devices that are connecting to the router. To illustrate, I’ll visit on my i Phone and see if it shows up in the logs: Now, I’m going to hazard a guess and assume that you don’t want to spend your evenings sifting through the log, matching up IP addresses to salacious websites.You can also Google your router’s model number and “Logs under “Content Filtering.”Initially, this is going to be a bunch of mumbo-jumbo. If you can already parse out all this info, then great. What you want to pay attention to in this screenshot are the IP addresses for the Source. As you can see, 192.168.1.6 is JACK-WIN7, which is what I named my main computer. HP8D41B1, I’m assuming, is the netbook sitting open on my kitchen table. Luckily, you can automate it somewhat by blocking sites.In this case, I don’t want to block myself from these sites, just my untrustworthy kids.
Then make sure you specify the IP address for the restricted devices.
The message I'm getting is that it is not validated.