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I want the ability to set time limits on my internet connection for any and all devices. I have an Actiontec wireless modem that allows scheduling access days/times by device(ip address). But the schedule needs to be set for each device. I want the ability to control this across any and all devices that are trying to connect. So the only thing that I would need to do is set the schedule for the times that an internet connection is available at my home. Would I need to get a different modem/router to do this? If so, any suggestions on which one?
...I have anActiontec wireless modem that allows scheduling access days/times by device(ip address). But the schedule needs to be set for each device. ...
The easiest solution (imho) would be to put the Actiontec's power-supply on a programmable timer but obviously you might not be able to live with all that inelegant powering-up & re-synchronizing taking place in the process.
At any rate, I can't recall ever seeing a hardware based "scheduler" (or 'Parental Control', 'Access Limits', etc.) that didn't use a per device setup scheme, but that doesn't necessarily mean one does not exist for sure either.
Curious; I wonder if you can add the Actiontec's WAN MAC address to the scheduler and kill access for everything in your network that way maybe?