User Profile: WarrenHolt

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  • in reply to: Access Logs Show No Traffic #4971

    WarrenHolt
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    Bandwidth Monitor Stats – 11:00 pm to 1:00 am – Sept 27/28
    Total: (sorry, did not highlight this so did not paste as part of the list)
    Alexis_iPad (3.79 MB) – shows no pie chart when clicked – no profile for this
    Alexis_iPhone (118.54 MB) – shows no pie chart when clicked – no profile for this
    April-LCSD-82Q4WZ2-Schol-Laptop (132.53 MB) – shows live.com, ibosscloud.com, windows.com when clicked
    Red-Whale-iPad_Old (303.90 KB) – shows apple.com and others when clicked on
    RedWhaleiPadGo_Wife (325.82 KB) – shows apple.com and googleapis.com when clicked on
    wHolt-01 (3.54 MB) – shows no pie chart when clicked on – no profile device for this

    Clicking on the highest bar in April-LCSD-82Q4WZ2-Schol-Laptop bandwidth monitor display – does not present a detailed listing, just 111.32 MB download and 1.16 MB upload – but no pie chart for either (for any bar in that time frame).

    in reply to: Access Logs Show No Traffic #4968

    WarrenHolt
    Participant

    Enforce Access Control is checked along with Safe Search, Block Literal IP, Block VPN,TOR, URL Filter Mode – White List with only www.googleapis.com in the white list box, 8 calendars for time limits on different groups, DNS Server “CleanBrowsing Family Filter” and YouTube Restricted set to Restricted.

    in reply to: Facetime Access Isssue / Non-Issue? #4922

    WarrenHolt
    Participant

    P.S. – Checking the logs shows access denyed due to Proxy/IP

    in reply to: DHCP Limit Question #4863

    WarrenHolt
    Participant

    Ok, I understand. Thanks.
    Now I assume Static Leases do not need to remain within that range. Should they always be kept OUT of the DHCP range (e.g. the two never overlap)?

    in reply to: Determine Bandwidth Allowance Parameters #4854

    WarrenHolt
    Participant

    Wow! I played with the Bandwidth Monitor more, now that I understand the text will drill down when I click it, and I must say – you guys really present lots of information! Sorry for the post – I will try to look around better next time.

    in reply to: Network Settings Page Enhancements #4831

    WarrenHolt
    Participant

    1) Yes, my listing is already sorted by Hostname
    2) In my setup, I like to place those I allow on my network into a certain block of static IP addresses outside the DHCP block. So I may have DHCP give me 100 to 120 while the static IPs are 200 to 235 or so. I also have an Apache server running on my main development computer with a static IP of 240 (does not get to the web). I know I can go to any computer / device in my network and type in 192.168.0.240 and that device can access the Apache server content. Now instead of hostnames, I look at my IP listing, then to the Host for that IP and I can grant / modify their access as needed. This is just what I have gotten used to given the diversity of devices that come and go on my network (different laptops, iPhones, iPads, etc). So sorting by IP, for me, would just be nice – not a necessity and I thought since it is just some JavaScript, we should be able to click on the list title and have the list sorted by that entry, maybe even toggling between sorted Ascending or Descending, like I have seen at other web sites. Like I say, not a necessity – just would be nice.

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