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Searching For Protection Metod To Internet Addiction

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#1 mbars


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Posted 08 September 2006 - 04:59 AM

I've found impossible to talk to my son about the right time to spend surfing...
I find him too often playin role games with friends on internet all the day. :)

I solved the problem modifying the user name in my router and the connection has been lost for some days... :thumbsup:

But my provider didn't like the solution and I've been get out :flowers: This becouse I'm connected with a router taht always tries to connect with the wrong parameters...

Is there anybody with a good tool / utility that's able to stop the internet connection with a domain / url when a PC has spent more than (i.e.) two hours connected??? And then able to deny the connection before at least one day far from that domain / url ???

Thank you to everyone interested in this topic and specially to those able to help! :trumpet:

Sorry for my english ... :inlove:


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#2 tg1911


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Posted 08 September 2006 - 06:37 AM

I don't have any particular suggestions, but here are a couple of freeware sites you can check out, that might have what you need:
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