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  Reply # 921179 24-Oct-2013 21:09
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steve98:
LennonNZ:

_or_ a lot simpler.. "Can you not watch tv after 10:00 please son"





LOL that is the funniest thing I have heard all year! ;-)

Thanks for the advice everyone. Cheap timer it is.


Monitor the usage from the server. If he disobeys take away the blu ray player for a couple of days. Next time a week. He'll soon learn.




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  Reply # 921420 25-Oct-2013 09:31
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If you are running the server on a mac, you could use the firewall settings in OSX to limit connections,

something like icefloor http://www.hanynet.com/icefloor/ looks like it will allow you limit connection by IP address, ( not sure about time)



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