Use Bedtime Mode with Ignite WiFi Hub

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With Ignite WiFi Hub, you can use Bedtime Mode to bring designated devices offline to make sure the whole household gets a good night’s rest. While paused, these devices will not be able to access the internet via your Ignite WiFi network. Ignite WiFi Hub is available exclusively for Rogers Internet customers with the Ignite WiFi Gateway modem.

 

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  1. Open the Ignite WiFi app or the ignitewifi.rogers.com website and sign in using your MyRogers username and password.

 

  1. Select People.

 

  1. Select the profile to which you want to apply Bedtime Mode.

If you want to apply Bedtime Mode to a new profile, select Create a Profile and follow the prompts.

  1. Scroll to the Profile Settings section.
 
  1. Next to Bedtime Mode, select Edit.
 
  1. Select School Nights (Sunday - Thursday) or Weekend Nights (Friday - Saturday).

To turn off parental controls, follow steps 1 through 5 above and select Off.

  1. Adjust the bar(s) to set the Sleep and Wake times desired.
  • The Sleep time is when access will automatically be paused. This means they will be blocked from accessing the internet when connected to your Ignite WiFi network or via Ethernet. If a user tries to access the internet on a paused device, a message will display saying that the content cannot be reached or that the internet is down.
  • The Wake time is when access will automatically turn back on.
  1. Select Apply Changes to confirm, and Close.
  • To turn off Bedtime Mode for a user profile, follow steps 1 to 5 above, then select Wake Up.
  • Pausing a device may not immediately disrupt activity already in progress on that device. 
  • The Pause function does not block the following:
    • Internet access for a device using cellular data (i.e. LTE)
    • Internet access from a public WiFi hotspot or a WiFi network other than your Ignite WiFi network
    • Access to other devices connected to your home WiFi network, such as a network printer
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