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Technical Support

How to change LAN IP

How to change the default 192.168.10.0 LAN to something else. For Kibosh Router 2.0 owners. In this example we are going to change the LAN network from 192.168.10.1 to 10.0.0.1. You can replace 10.0.0.1 with any private LAN you want. You should be connected to the Kibosh Router via Ethernet or Wi-Fi before starting. 1). Download Putty.exe from here. 2). Open putty and SSH into the Kibosh Router at 192.168.10.1 port 98: 3). Yes to Putty Security Alert > “The…

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How to save $ each month off your Internet bill.

  If you haven’t noticed already you are being charged around $10 mo extra for the modem/router your ISP gave you. You can however, buy your own modem and tell them to take theirs back and stop charging you. How to replace your ISP modem with your own: First you need to know what type of Internet you have: cable, DSL or Fiber? Then go to Amazon.com, or NewEgg.com and search for ‘cable modem‘, ‘DSL modem‘, ‘xfinity modem‘ etc. Read…

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Troubleshooting Kibosh for Android

  How to troubleshoot Kibosh for Android Internet issues Go to Settings > VPN and Disconnect DNS Changer (if it is already disconnected, then delete it) > reboot > can you browse now? If yes then stop. Go to Settings and turn WiFi off – now you’re using the Mobile Carrier’s Internet > can you browse now? If yes then stop. Go to Settings > Cellular Networks – is this enabled? If yes then go to step 4. Go to…

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How to block Apple Updates

  Apple likes to push their updates to your iOS devices whether you want them or not. To block this log into the Global Dashboard > Web Filter > Blacklist Enter this domain: appldnld.apple.com 2. Add 3. Save Filters

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General Troubleshooting

For Kibosh Router 2.0 owners. If you’re experiencing sketchy Internet (which you can quickly ascertain using our guide on ‘ping‘). If your Schedule Internet Access rules are not triggering correctly (they should every time no problem). Essentially, if anything is wrong with your Kibosh Router, or you suspect something is wrong – update the firmware. It takes less than 5 min, and will not hurt anything or wipe out your existing rules. How to resolve Kibosh Router issues (any issue):…

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Status

Status Last hourly check-in (Online / Offline) = easily know if your Kibosh Router is online and working properly. Router IP = your WAN IP. Note: Router IP is the WAN IP of the Kibosh Router. So, if you have the Kibosh Router chained off another router the Kibosh Router IP will be a private (non-routeable) IP from the upstream routers LAN (ex: 192.168.0.13).   ← Global Dashboard ← Global Dashboard Help

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Kibosh User ID

Account Information User Email = the email address of the person managing this Kibosh Router. This can be changed as needed. Kibosh User ID = an ID that identifies your Kibosh Router in the Kibosh cloud framework. This is unique and will never change. TIP: You can log into your Dashboard using either your email or Kibosh ID. You will be asked for your ID when dealing with support. FAQ: How to find your Kibosh ID.       ←…

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Update Email Address

Update Email Address Enter / change your email address. You can now log into the Global Dashboard using either your email address, or your Kibosh User ID.     ← Global Dashboard ← Global Dashboard Help

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Device Naming

Device Naming This is where you can assign a friendly name and IP to the devices on your network for easy identification and management. You should only need to do this once per device. NOTE: You only need to do this on the devices you can’t already tell what they are. Android devices usually need to be renamed as per the example below. How it works: Go to Manage Device > Device Naming Choose your device from Select From Currently…

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