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Android Configuration instructions

  Note: These instructions only work for Wi-Fi connections because Android does not allow you to change the DNS servers when connected to cellular networks. Also, the changes are network specific, so you’ll need to change the DNS servers every time you connect to a new wireless network. The good news is that Android remembers the settings, so you won’t have to do anything the second time you connect to a network.   From the Android Menu home screen, tap Settings.…

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Blockable categories of Internet content.

  Proprietary Internet categorization technology covering billions of Web pages to give you control over which sites can be accessed by users on your network. Our simple to use, web based administration and / or mobile app enables you to quickly customize and change what content can be accessed, giving you greater control of your networks Internet usage. Categories are selected by logging into your MyFilter Dashboard > Web Filter Settings > Categories. Categories of Internet content that can be blocked…

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How to clear local DNS caches.

  The following table provides instructions for clearing the DNS cache on computers and servers. The commands need to be run at the command prompt with administrator privileges. Clearing the DNS Cache on Browsers If you have recently set up your filtering, or just changed a setting, a cache clear may be necessary before you see your filtering take effect. The following table provides instructions for clearing the DNS cache within common Internet browsers. Internet Explorer 8 and up Go…

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Huawei Router Configuration (Mobile Hotspot)

  This guide refers to a Huawei EchoLife HG520s router, but will apply to most Huawei routers in general. 1. Visit the router’s IP address in a new browser window. The standard address of the router’s config is 192.168.1.1. (If you have forwarded port 80 to another machine, the location becomes 192.168.1.1:8080.) 2. On the left hand panel, click Basic. 3. Click DHCP on the expanded menu. 4. Enter Kibosh DNS addresses in Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Server fields, then click the Submit button. Please write down your current…

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How to access the KRMU remotely.

  Although all Kibosh appliance administration is done from your MyFilter Dashboard, there are a few advanced features like our proprietary bandwidth monitoring, or QOS that’s only available from the Kibosh Router Management Utility (KRMU). All Kibosh routers products have a default DDNS name, and can be found from any location at the following DDNS address: [KRMU ID].kiboshdns.com However in order to access your Kibosh from any web browser you need to enable remote access. Step 1: Enable remote web…

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Roaming device protection.

  Kibosh will work on any device that can browse the Internet by changing that devices DNS servers to the Kibosh DNS servers you received in your welcome email / setup manual. Thus it’s possible to enforce Kibosh protection at all times. Sometimes Kibosh can be enforced locally to prevent removal depending on the operating system. This page will document the various solutions we’ve tried, and tested. If you have any tips please let us know. NOTE: Only the default…

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WiFi Scheduler

  One of the cool features Kibosh offers is the ability to schedule the wireless network to shut off at night. This solves two issues: A quick and easy to way to prevent unauthorized use of the Internet after pre-determined times. Stops unnecessary exposure to wireless radiation, if that’s a concern for you. How to schedule WiFi to shut off: When connected locally log into the Kibosh router at http://192.168.10.1 Go to System > WiFi Schedule You can schedule daily,…

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Internet Security and Parental Controls.