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#291888 11-Dec-2021 18:04
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I have Huawei HG659B modem right now. There is a wizard you can use for managing your home WLAN. My main purpose is to block a device or a website - for my teen son.

 

Is there the same functionality you can find on this V9517 smart modem with which we just bought Fibre?

 

Thank you in advance.


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  #2838980 27-Dec-2021 11:28
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I think this is could be what you're looking for

 

 

 

 

 

 


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