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Website filtering won't work if he uses a Tor Project browser. This is something that is best discussed in real life.
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Originally Posted by kill View Post
go to http://192.168.1.1 username is admin and the pass is "password" or "password1"

After the main router page comes up click "Security" on the top right then Advanced Filtering.
Click add under where it says Network Rules.
Check the boxes next to his computers name.
Click the drop down box under Rules and select Peer-2-Peer and click the "drop" icon to the right.
click apply
done
I dont see security on the top right.....see the screenshots attached
post #23 of 63
You aren't going to get in trouble. If he downloads as much as you say he does, then he knows how to avoid the already slim chance of getting caught. Use OpenDNS to block torrenting, and then if he figures it out, go from there.
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Thanks for all the help guys....ill try to play around with router settings a bit i guess and if that doesnt work ill just be a dick to him and tell him to get his own connection
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Originally Posted by 198four View Post
Its the actiontec router on Verizon Fios
I feel sorry for you...Not for the quality of service or the hardware...Just because you are almost sitting on a time bomb by having VZ Landline Service at all.
I work in IT support for the Billing and Ordering department for Fios and Copper and every day the kinds of things I see going wrong with accounts is terrifying for me as a consumer.
Enjoy the service, its amazing, but keep good notes if you ever call, get names and employee IDs, and check your bill carefully every month. Also, the software the reps work with is horrifically bad, so be patient if you ever do call in.
EDIT: Granted, VZ has 95% Customer satisfaction, so the chances of you getting nailed are slim. Just keep a close eye on it.

As for the actual problem, you might be able to set him in a different subnet and then block P2P on it, Ive never actually tinkered in a Fios router. Or get something like Child Block or OpenDNS.
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Ok then i probably looked up the wrong router.......
Post a screenie of the following sections please: QoS, Network Objects and Universal Plug and Play
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Couldn't you just block the port? If not then scissors +cat 5 = fail.
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post #28 of 63
go to router config via web browser, in seperate window google common p2p port numbers, go back to router config page and go to port blocking option and block all known ports on router... this may or may not work, but in any event it will slow him/her down.
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post #29 of 63
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Ok then i probably looked up the wrong router.......
Post a screenie of the following sections please: QoS, Network Objects and Universal Plug and Play
Here you go...thanks in advance


post #30 of 63
There is really no way to block them for sure that I know of. You can block a range of ports, but that might also effect other programs and might not stop him anyway. Changing the port that the torrent program uses is very easy.

You cannot block specific programs, at least not with any routers I have used. But if you can that would be a good option. Just Google torrent programs, like uTorrent, and block all of them.

However, you can block his access entirely by changing your router login security password or by denying his mac address (unless he knows how to change his mac address, but I doubt he does).
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