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  • How to filter Internet on wireless

    Hello,
    In my building there are 2 wireless access points connected directly via switch into the router.
    So the problem is i dont want to set a password for the wireless but i want to be able to filter all computers that are connected wireless to my internet because many of them are mass-downloading torrents movies etc. and it slows the internet massively. What do i need to do to make it like a filter , which would be like a ISA server or something can anyone assist me on this?

  • #2
    Re: How to filter Internet on wireless

    what exactly are you trying to do? block everyone from using the wireless? restrict wireless access to a number of users/computers? or restrict access to certain sites ?

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    • #3
      Re: How to filter Internet on wireless

      Originally posted by yllnelaj View Post
      Hello,
      In my building there are 2 wireless access points connected directly via switch into the router.
      So the problem is i dont want to set a password for the wireless but i want to be able to filter all computers that are connected wireless to my internet because many of them are mass-downloading torrents movies etc. and it slows the internet massively. What do i need to do to make it like a filter , which would be like a ISA server or something can anyone assist me on this?
      http://www.squid-cache.org/

      Squid is a popular open source proxy that can control internet traffic. Some routers provide a rudimentary capability for traffic control. But as you've already pointed out a 3rd party product such as ISA can also do the same.

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      • #4
        Re: How to filter Internet on wireless

        Hazey: restrict access to certain sites

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        • #5
          Re: How to filter Internet on wireless

          Alright. so what i need to do is install this open source software into a isa server?

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          • #6
            Re: How to filter Internet on wireless

            ?????

            I'm now lost.

            Do you actually have an ISA server installed???

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