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    rotblitz

    Sure, this is a pure router function and has nothing to do with Live Parental Controls.

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    prapablack

    I still have no idea where to go to, to get to Home, Advance Settin, then Security. HtELP!

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    prapablack

    thanks.  I fingered out after open the last address, that  I had use the regular internet access such as Explore/google search, not mobile Genie app and connected to http://192.168.0.1/  user name & password on back of your router (admin, password) then

    • Home, Advance Setting, then Security

      you can change the password there too.

     

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    Melodee86

    I Have tried using the schedule setting the auto turn on setting and parental controls none will shut the signal off when I wish it to be I'm about to return the router. I even reset to manufacture setting and started all over still nothing. been 7 hours of pure hell and research only to find out that this is a highly common problem among the nighthawk router... Netgear lost my business... Very disappointed as I was super excited about this router and spent a lot on it only to have it fail the one function I bought it for...

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    network-admin

    Melodee86

    totally agree with you on your last statement!

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    network-admin

    Trying to set up time limits and schedules  for each devices and can not find a way to do this on Netgear nighthawk

    it was so easy with my old Asus AC68U.

     

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    rotblitz

    @Melodee86

    "none will shut the signal off when I wish it to be"

    DNS is not a "signal" which could be shut off.  DNS is the phone book of the internet, not the phone lines.  What you're expecting is technically not possible with a DNS based service.

    @network-admin

    You're wrong here.  Post at a Netgear site, e.g. their Community, Facebook or Twitter site.

    This here is solely about Live Parental Controls powered by OpenDNS.  OpenDNS does not offer time limits and schedules, in none of their products/services, even not in the Enterprise versions.  Even the scheduling in LPC is a pure router firmware function from Netgear.

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