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Rhyalus wrote: I would try this:
Under Advanced / LAN settings, use address reservation to FORCE an assigned IP address to the XBOX. (you will need the MAC address which you can find under connected devices)
This way the XBOX is always getting a particular IP address when it connects to the router.
Then, under Advanced / Security, use Block Services to block all ports (TCP / UDP) from port 1 to port 65535 per the schedule for the XBOX IP. You can also specify a range of IP addresses in case you do this with more than one device.
Set the schedule in the same Security section.
Let us know if this works out for you.
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Mike20878 wrote: Just found this thread and I think it's exactly what I need to block my kids' access at night. No Xbox here, just iPad and iPhone. I first tested it by keeping the default of "all day" on and he was unable to get online. Should a start time of 22:00 and and end time of 7:00 work? There was another thread talking about a problem with the 24 hour clock.