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# 103467 7-Jun-2012 17:05
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Hi All,

I am wanting to limit my daughters access to facebook to certain times of the day. I have managed to achieve this for
one time slot in the day by doing the following rule:
 

REJECT loc:192.168.0.30 net:69.171.224.0/19,69.63.176.0/20,66.220.144.0/20 - - - - - - - -timestart=20:30&timestop=20:00&localtz

This works fine to limit access except from 8pm till 8:30pm

However, I would like to add another time slot in a different part of the day ... can I just add some more "timestart" "timestop" entries? If so, please provide an example 

Cheers,
Bernie.

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  # 646938 27-Jun-2012 12:36
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I have no real experience with this but I'm sure just making another rule would do it. Like so:

REJECT loc:192.168.0.30 net:69.171.224.0/19,69.63.176.0/20,66.220.144.0/20 - - - - - - - -timestart=20:30×top=20:00&localtz
REJECT loc:192.168.0.30 net:69.171.224.0/19,69.63.176.0/20,66.220.144.0/20 - - - - - - - -timestart=23:30×top=0:30&localtz

Have you tried that?



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  # 646942 27-Jun-2012 12:39
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Thanks for that, that would likely work. However, I have installed squid as a transparent proxy in the meantime, and that works great ..

Cheers,
B

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