I can understand the importance of ensuring a safe online experience for your household. Ignite WiFi Hub offers streamlined Parental Controls to help do just that. You can learn more about how the Ignite WiFi Hub’s Parental Controls work and what content is blocked by checking out our support page FAQs about Parental Controls on Ignite WiFi Hub.
At this time, the ability to add or remove specific websites from Parental Controls is not available.
Just as an FYI, Parental Controls are intended to help prevent devices from accessing inappropriate online content; however, they are not guaranteed to block access to all inappropriate sites and applications. Practicing online safety is always recommended.
Not sure I understand your response. I’m quite aware of the parental control etc but what I am saying is it does not address anything really in my opinion and just blocks without recourse to whether that’s what you want or not and we do not have the freedom to choose what we want blocked. My old Rogers modem allowed me do that and employ DNS features and so I could block things like VPN etc. Long story short, I had control of my restrictions and not left to the ‘discretion’ of an invisible ‘bot’ or program etc.
Hello thank for reaching out. I’m actually zero techie and in the past called in to Rogers and had a tech walk me through but with this new modem I have been told no help can be given. How do I use open DNS? Are you able to walk me through the steps here? My apologies if this is asking for too much. Thank you