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Vonage --> Connect to the Internet : Vonage Home Basic Setup Advanced Setup Help Log Out Port Settings Ethernet Options Filtering Parental Controls Network Options Firewall Logs Factory Defaults QoS status refresh IP Filtering This section allows configuration of IP address filters in order to block Internet traffic to specific network devices on the LAN. Start Address End Address Enabled 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. 192.168.15. MAC Filtering This section allows configuration of MAC address filters in order to block Internet traffic to specific network devices on the LAN. MAC Address Filters MAC 01 : : : : : MAC 02 : : : : : MAC 03 : : : : : MAC 04 : : : : : MAC 05 : : : : : MAC 06 : : : : : MAC 07 : : : : : MAC 08 : : : : : MAC 09 : : : : : MAC 10 : : : : : MAC 11 : : : : : MAC 12 : : : : : MAC 13 : : : : : MAC 14 : : : : : MAC 15 : : : : : MAC 16 : : : : : MAC 17 : : : : : MAC 18 : : : : : MAC 19 : : : : : MAC 20 : : : : : Port Filtering This page allows configuration of port filters in order to block specific internet services to all devices on the LAN. Start Port End Port Protocol Enabled TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both TCP UDP Both Web Content Filter This section allows certain Web-oriented cookies, java scripts, and pop-up windows to be blocked by the Firewall. Specific Firewall features can also be enabled. It is highly recommended that the Firewall is left enabled at all times for protection against Denial of Service attacks. Go to the Parental Control page to block Internet access to specific sites. Web Features Filter Proxy Enable Filter Cookies Enable Filter Java Applets Enable Filter ActiveX Enable Filter Popup Windows Enable Block Fragmented IP Packets Enable Port Scan Detection Enable IP Flood Detection Enable Firewall Protection Enable Need Help? Try one of these FAQ's or more information in Help . What is IP Filtering used for? IP Filtering allows you to block access to the Internet based on a specific IP address. You can specify a single IP address or a range of IP addresses. Can I prevent a device on my network from accessing the Internet? Yes, there are three ways to restrict devices on your LAN from accessing the Internet. You can restrict access based on a device’s IP address (IP Filtering) or its MAC address (MAC Filtering). The advantage of restricting access based on MAC address is that it never changes. An IP address, which can be assigned by a DHCP server, may change.The third way you can prevent access to the Internet is based on a particular port (Port Filtering). With IP Filtering or MAC Filtering you are blocking access for a particular device, with Port Filtering you are blocking access for ALL network devices. Port filtering restricts access based on a specified port. How do I setup IP filtering? Although not required, we recommend that IP filtering be used on Local Area Networks that use Static IP addresses. With DHCP you would need to re-configure your IP filtering settings every time your devices receive new IP Addresses. More... How do I remove the Internet access restrictions based on IP Filtering previously set? To remove Internet access restrictions you previously set, simply uncheck the Enabled box next to the IP address of the device you want to restore access for and click the Apply button. How do I setup MAC filtering? To restrict access to the Internet based on a device’s MAC Address: 1. Enter the MAC address. If you want to restrict access to more than one device you can enter multiple MAC addresses. 2. Click the Apply button. How do I setup Port filtering? To restrict access to the Internet based on a Port: Enter the Start Port Enter the End Port. If you restricting access from a single port, The End Port will be the same as the Start Port. Select the appropriate Protocol – TCP, UDP or Both Click on the Enabled checkbox to activate the Port Filtering rule. Click the Apply button. What does the Web Content filter do? The Web Content filter allows you to control data flow from the Internet to your LAN. Using various settings, you can block or allow different types of data to pass from the Internet, through your device and to your LAN.These filters can enhance the firewall protecting your network. What type of data can I control using the Web Content Filter feature? Incorrectly changing these settings may interrupt your Internet or voice service. We recommend that only users with advanced networking knowledge change these settings. You can block Java Applets, Cookies, ActiveX controls, Popup Windows and Proxies. Blocked Fragmented IP Packets prevents all fragmented IP packets from passing through the firewall. Port Scan Detection detects and blocks port scan activity originating on both the LAN and WAN. IP Flood Detection detects and blocks packet floods originating on both the LAN and WAN. More... How do I activate Web Content Filter features? Incorrectly changing these settings may interrupt your Internet or voice service. We recommend that only users with advanced networking knowledge change these settings. To activate any of the features, click the Enable box next to the associated feature. When you have chosen all the features you want, click the Apply button. All of the settings you have chosen will be activated and a reboot of the device is not required. Home Basic Setup Advanced Setup Help © Vonage 2007-2008. All Rights Reserved.
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