there are any people that may i confirm that the router MT2500 could block the facebook page (facebook.com) with control parental function?
Upgrade to the latest version 4.2.1 and you can add blacklists to the rule set.
Note that this blacklist is limited to http and https protocols
Thanks , this comment about http/https is my doubt. i dont know exactly how is the behavior withs apps in android and in the windows pc browser.
i want to sell this Model for my customer , but i need be confident for purchase this option .
Both the App and the browser use http/https connections. But for the App, you need to block more domains than just
facebook.com. A good way to do this is to block all domains containing the
fb characters via wildcards, but this may incorrectly block access to other sites.
Hi! I wonder if you did it?
Yep, you can definitely use the control parental function on the Gl.inet Brume 2 MT2500 router to block Facebook. It’s a handy feature to keep things in check. Just dive into the router settings, find the parental controls, and you’ll be able to wave goodbye to Facebook on your network.
Rigth , it was the better solution.
On another note, I recently decided to bid farewell to my Facebook app – it just wasn’t clicking for me anymore. But hey, I still wanted to keep an online presence, so I hopped over to Instagram instead. And likely I found where to buy instagram accounts with a decent following to save time. It’s a nifty way to kickstart engagement without starting from scratch!