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Yes, you can do this with the Scheduler. Under Advanced, go to Scheduler Rules. You can read more about is on page 235 of the user guide here: ftp://ftp2.zyxel.com/VSG1435-B101/user_guide/VSG1435-B101_1.1_ed1.pdf
it doesn't allow me to open the link, all I get is an intranet thing (I suck at computers) and....
I'm also trying to find out when the child's ipod (actually a iphone 4 with no cell service) is going online. I know it is nighttime when they are supposed to be sleeping. Is there a way I can differentiate between the "ipod" and the husband's iphone 4 being online?
How about from here: http://ge.tt/7PWPDEt/v/0?c
I can see the user guide with this link, but is there much difference between the 1435 and 1432 because this user guide is for 1435
And yes, if you look at the network map, each device will have a separate name.
No, there is no major difference that I am aware of.
How would I know which device is what, specially if the child doesn't give up the ipod to be able to see what it would be. I'm unclear on how to figure which one is which on the network. I think they are both just listed as "Apple" or something like that.
The child and husband are usually on at the same time and I don't want to restrict the husband lol
All of my devices are named; ipad, iphone, mac, two desktops, etc. I think their are just numbers or, like I said, Apple. Is there a way on the husband's iphone 4 to get the "numbers" for finding out which one is his and thus the child will be the other one that's on that network?
Like I said, I suck at computers and know nothing about any of this stuff. I have a specialized programme that I run and even that is debatable sometimes if it works for me : )
Um, you still there, Brandon? I have never done this so am unsure of protocol and the like.