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Loading... Skip to content Hi cusadmin   •   Logout   •   Change Password 60% Internet Loading... Wi-Fi Loading... MoCA Loading... DECT Loading... Security Loading... WARNING: Gateway operating in bridge mode! Gateway At a Glance Connection LAN Status WAN Status Local IP Network Wi-Fi MoCA Firewall IPv4 IPv6 Software Hardware System Hardware LAN Wireless Connected Devices Devices Range Extenders Device Control Management Managed Sites Managed Services Managed Devices Reports Advanced Port Forwarding Port Triggering Port Management DMZ NAT Static Routing Dynamic DNS Device Discovery Troubleshooting Logs Diagnostic Tools Reset/Restore Gateway Change Password Manage access to specific websites by network devices. Select Enable to manage sites, or Disable to turn off. +ADD: Add a new website or keyword. Blocked Sites: Deny access to specific websites (URLs). Blocked Keywords: Deny access to websites containing specific words. The Gateway will block connections to websites on all untrusted computers, based on the specified rules. If you don't want restrictions for a particular computer, select Yes under Trusted Computers. Managed Sites: Blocked Sites + Add   URL When     1 Always edit x null null null null null Blocked Keywords + Add   Keyword When     null null null null null Trusted devices management Trusted Computers   Computer Name IP Trusted 1 MAWSFL-74710X1 10.1.10.100 2 Marks-iPhone-5 10.1.10.64 3 Mark 10.1.10.11 4 Mark-PC 10.1.10.195 5 BRW002258958755 10.1.10.15 6 90:6e:bb:55:d7:9f 10.1.10.63 null null null null > Edit Blocked Site Edit Site to be Blocked URL: Always Block? Set Block Time Start from: 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 00 15 30 45 AM PM End on: 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 00 15 30 45 59 AM PM Set Blocked Days Select All | Select None Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Xfinity.com •   customerCentral •   User Guide
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