I've got a WRVS4400N small business router and need to configure it so that the WAN has internet access but the LAN does not. I've tried messing around with VLAN and internet access policy settings, but it would require that I have the MAC addresses for every machine I want to block from the internet. Is there any way I can configure to router to provide IP addresses to the devices on LAN but block internet access?
On the same page in Internet Access Policy where you put MAC addresses to filter, you can specify the range of IP addresses instead. Then you can configure the schedule to be blocking Everyday for 24 Hours a day.
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