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Is it possible to block websites with all wireless routers. How can I find out if a certain router has this administration feature, specifically the TP-LINK WR340G?

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did u not check the manuals? Explain in detail, the steps you have tried out... #research – pulsarjune Jul 2 '14 at 3:37

It may be easier to do that sort of filtering with a service such as OpenDNS.

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I think what you want maybe just to get a router which is compatible with advanced firmware like dd-wrt, tomato etc.

List of alternative firmwares:

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You know that's a terrible list, right? It doesn't even include DD-WRT. – Hello71 Jul 4 '10 at 15:25
this looks better: – bubu Jul 4 '10 at 15:43

To know, you should probably check the user guide for a given router if it's not an advertised feature. The specific router in question does have a decent firewall with support for blocking traffic based on IP, port, domain, or MAC address. You can view the domain filtering options for this router on their TL-340G simulator.

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Advanced Settings -> Security -> Domain Filtering – hyperslug Jul 4 '10 at 11:03

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