N/APosted on - 10/31/2012
I'm a system administrator in a big company. My boss has ordered a lot of WiFi routers and wants to have the whole place wired. We've positioned the routers all over the company and have managed to set it up so it's working.
My users are using Windows, IOS, Android and Linux to connect. I need a way to manage these users and restrict access to certain things as well as enable websites for mobile phones.
How to manage users in wifi network
Different routers are programmed in different ways on how to manage clients connected to the routers. I would recommend Win Box software that enables you to control users connected to different routers in many ways like,
Control the bandwidth each user is using & also assign different bandwidth to different users.
Control users those who have access to the network & those who don't.
You can view the IP address of each user connected to the routers.
You can also control & configure other routers within the network for easier configurations.
You can also control websites such that you can enable & disable certain websites that the users can access. If a mobile phone is connected to the network, you can control websites that can be accessed through the router.
Here is its link that is free to download & its supported by all major Operating System platforms available.
Here is the main screenshot of the software,