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Updated:January 31, 2019
The objective of this article is to show you how to configure and manage content
filtering settings on RV160 and RV260 routers.
The content filtering feature enables you to restrict access to certain unwanted websites.
It can block access to websites based on the domain names and keywords. It is
also possible to schedule when the content filtering is active. Content
filtering can enhance an already secure network and promote productivity in the
workplace by blocking or allowing websites at certain times.
Configure Content Filtering
To configure and enable content filtering on the RV160/RV260, follow these steps.
Step 1. Log in to the web configuration page of your router.
Note: In this
article, we will be using the RV160 to configure content filtering. The
configuration may vary depending on the model you are using.
Step 2. Navigate to Security > Content Filtering.
Step 3. Check Enable Content Filtering to enable.
Step 4. Select one of the following options:
Block Matching URLs - Check Block Matching URLs to block specific domains and
Allow Only Matching URLs - Check Allow Only Matching URLs to allow only the
specified domains and keywords
In this example, Block Matching URLs is selected.
Step 5. Under Filter by Domain, click Add.
Step 6. Enter the domain to filter or allow in the Domain Name column.