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How to restrict Internet usage

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Hello everyone
It's been a while since I posted last but I'm back.
I have a dilemma, I want to restrict the Internet usage on only one of out computer in our household.
It runs on wifi. We have one other wifi computer and the main one, mine, running Ethernet cable.
I want to add time and day Internet restrictions to only one wifi computer.
For example, I only want the Internet to be accessed any time on weekends but only from 6-11 pm on weekdays.
But I want to be able to control all of this from my computer, the Ethernet one.
Where do I start guys?
Thanks
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Configure the access control settings on your router administration interface (and possibly QoS or parental controls depending on the router). Usually accessed by navigating to 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.2 depending on your router brand.
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Yeah there should be options built in to the router. What router do you have?
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I have the belkin n1 adsl2+wireless router/modem
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here is the PDF on your router. Page 71 is the configuration setup that you can use to setup admin access.
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