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Router Config

FIOS Quantum Gateway

  1. Access the router’s browser-based utility. Log into your router’s browser-based utility by entering http://myfiosgateway.com into a browser.  Enter the admin password (printed on the side of your gateway device) to authenticate:   2. On the top menu, click on the “My Network” icon.    3. In the left hand menu clic the Network Connections link.   4. In the Network Connections menu click on Broadband Connection (Ethernet/Coax).  5. At the bottom of the  Broadband Connection (Ethernet/Coax) screen click the “Settings” button.   6.…

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Bandwidth Monitor

  Bandwidth Monitoring is part of the Advanced Parental Controls available to Kibosh Cloud and Router owners. NOTE: Bandwidth Monitoring can only be applied to devices using the Cloud / Router directly either via LAN or WiFi. NOTE: Bandwidth Monitoring can only be seen from the KRMU (http://192.168.10.1). Use Bandwidth Distribution for displaying bandwidth as a percentage between connected clients for any selected period of time. It is an excellent way to visually see who is using how much bandwidth:…

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Actiontec PK5000 configuration

  Preface: how to find your gateway, i.e. router IP. 1. Access the router’s browser-based utility. Log into your router’s browser-based utility by entering 192.168.0.1 or your default configuration IP into a browser. 2. Go to the “Advanced Setup” menu. Click on the “Advanced Setup” link. 3. Select the “WAN Settings” link from the left. Click “WAN Settings” from the “Broadband Settings /IP Addressing” section. 4. Change your DNS type. The options may differ depending on your firmware. Scroll down to…

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Actiontec Q1000 configuration

  Preface: how to find your gateway, i.e. router IP. 1. Access the router’s browser-based utility. Log into your router’s browser-based utility by entering 192.168.0.1 or your default configuration IP into a browser. 2. Go to the “Advanced Setup” menu. Click on the “Advanced Setup ” link. 3. Select the “WAN Settings” link from the left. Click “WAN Settings” from the “Broadband Settings /IP Addressing” section. 4. Change your DNS type. The options may differ depending on your firmware. Scroll…

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Configuration for 3Com X-Series (CLI)

Preface: how to find your gateway, i.e. router IP. 1. Connect to the Management Interface. Connect to the CLI with ssh using an IP address of any of the IP Interfaces, such as the default of 192.168.1.254.  Alternatively you may use HyperTerm to connect directly to the serial console with the settings of 115200-8-N-1. HyperTerm Serial port settings: 2. Login to the Firewall. 3. Change the DNS settings to use Kibosh Shield. Once logged into the CLI then enter the configuration terminal. Type “config…

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Configuration for 3Com X-Series (LSM)

  Preface: how to find your gateway, i.e. router IP. 1. Connect to the Management Interface. Connect to the LSM with Firefox/Internet Explorer using an IP address of any of the IP Interfaces.    Example URL: https://192.168.1.254 2. Login to the Firewall. Login to the firewall as a user with administrative privileges. 3. Click DNS under Configuration to change DNS settings. 4. Type in Kibosh Shield addresses in DNS Server 1 and DNS Server 2 fields. Please write down your current DNS settings before switching to Kibosh Shield, in case you want to…

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TP Link CR700 Router

  This article is to assist with setting up Kibosh Shield on a TP-Link CR700 router. The original manual for this router can be found here: http://www.tp-link.com/res/down/doc/Archer_CR700_V1_UG.pdf Step 1. Type http://192.168.1.1 into your preferred web browser. NOTE: You will need to log in to access the router settings. The default login information can be found below. Username: admin Password: admin Step 2. Click on the Advanced tab located on the right side of the screen. Step 3. Navigate to LAN settings…

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How to enable 5Ghz wifi.

  The Kibosh Router N600 and Archer C7 ship with 2.4Ghz wifi on by default. However they both have 5Ghz capability which can be enabled. Q: What’s the difference between 2.4G and 5G? A: 2.4G has much more range than 5G, but doesn’t carry as much data. For example, if you are downloading, or moving a large file 5G will be faster. However for most applications (streaming video, multiplayer games, etc) 2.4G works fine. You will use 2.4G most of…

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Schedule Internet Access

  How to create an Internet access time rule from the MyFilter Dashboard: Video: How to schedule Internet access times.  From your MyFilter Dashboard go to Manage Device > Schedule Internet Access  First option = Choose what device(s) this rule will be applied to:  Block All Hosts = turn the Internet off for everyone.  Block Only The Following Hosts = turn the Internet off for this device only. ** Choosing this option will display a list of connected devices to choose…

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How to update your Kibosh appliance firmware.

  All Kibosh appliances have an operating system and can be upgrade, or re-installed. You would do this to access new features, or troubleshoot an issue. NOTE: Once the firmware update is complete your wireless network will be: krn600 and the password to join abcd0001. How to update your Kibosh appliance firmware: Work time approx 5 – 15 min. Download the latest Kibosh firmware to your PC Log into your Kibosh at http://192.168.10.1 Go to System > Update Firmware Select…

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Kibosh

Internet Security and Parental Controls.