How to Block Facebook on Router

Blocking certain websites on your router can be a useful way to restrict access to specific content on your network. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to block a website, such as Facebook, on your router.

Firstly, you need to assess your router by finding the default gateway. To do this, open your terminal and issue the command “net state”. Copy and paste the address of the router, which is also known as the default gateway, into your browser to access your router’s graphical user interface.

Once you’re in the interface, navigate to the access control menu and create a new set of rules. You’ll want to create a post entry to filter the specific group of IP addresses that cannot access a particular domain.

In the LAN IP address settings, provide the full range of IP addresses for your network. Click next and in the mode with SS target entry, select the target you want to block – in this case, Facebook. You can also block other domains such as YouTube or Google.

Schedule a daily advanced aerial entry to block the website every day and enable internet access control. Press save and your router will deny access to the blocked websites.

After completing these steps, you can test your settings by attempting to access the blocked websites. You should see that they are no longer accessible on your network.

By following these steps, you can easily restrict access to certain websites on your router. This can be particularly useful for parents who want to control their children’s internet usage or for businesses that want to limit access to social media during work hours.