Block access to super hub 3

johnny bravo

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Is their a way to stop devices connecting to superhub 3 for certain times?..parental control is one way I'm assuming via the 192 page , but all kids dobus reset the super hub 3 via the pin hole and all limits and passwords are reset to default..???
 

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Is their a way to stop devices connecting to superhub 3 for certain times?..parental control is one way I'm assuming via the 192 page , but all kids dobus reset the super hub 3 via the pin hole and all limits and passwords are reset to default..???
Your scuppered if the crafty sods keep resetting it mate, guess you could always move the hub into the room you'll be in when this resetting is most likely to happen .
 

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take it apart and stick a bit of plastic between the button and the whole
no more reset problems
just need to be smarter than the kids
 

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Is their a way to stop devices connecting to superhub 3 for certain times?..parental control is one way I'm assuming via the 192 page , but all kids dobus reset the super hub 3 via the pin hole and all limits and passwords are reset to default..???
Ask for a new hub, set a new password, hide the original, so if the reset it goes back to the original so hey have no access at all
 

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If you did block the hole from the inside whatever you did that with could maybe be forced in so still resetting it. Block it from the outside and they could rip it off.

If its night time activity while your in bed just take the power supply with you lol
 

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"Certain times" is important in this but, just in case it's any use:

Don't use DHCP, set all IP addresses to static on clients.

Then a modem reset will take it back to default IP range.
 

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Is their a way to stop devices connecting to superhub 3 for certain times?..parental control is one way I'm assuming via the 192 page , but all kids dobus reset the super hub 3 via the pin hole and all limits and passwords are reset to default..???
What about using the parental control, as you said, but also issue them with a non default wifi password. If they reset it, they won't be able to logon, until you reset it. :)
 

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😁 Kids will have a photo or memorized it if their owt like my kids when they were at that age.

Nothing more resourceful than a teenager blocked off social media 🤪
That why i said a new Hub with new pasword and black out the password on the Hub
 

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Ask for a new hub, set a new password, hide the original, so if the reset it goes back to the original so hey have no access at all
 
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