03-21-2009 12:36 PM
03-23-2009 01:34 PM
03-23-2009 03:23 PM
In the future we will move the control aspects of HND towards the web. But that wont be for some time. The reason why we utilize LELA is because LELA has a lot of easy setup, configure, and management tools built in.
Sorry we can't earn your business due to the OS issue.
04-20-2009 07:03 PM
Sorry to hijack this thread, but I wanted to ask about using HND with non-windows clients...
I have a Windows server running the LELA service/utility, but I wanted to know if I can use the HND service with non-Windows clients
It would seem that my daughter's linux laptop is not picking up any sort of policy or restrictions, regardless of settings.
Any ideas or comments on compatibility with non-Windows clients, *but* using the LELA service to control the HND service?
04-21-2009 02:14 PM
While you need to use LELA on a PC to configure HND, you should be able to control non-windows/PC clients. For example, I've been able to set restrictions on my Wii, iPod Touch, and Mac.
a) Did your daughter's linux laptop show up on the LELA map? If so, please click the dropdown to configure security and you should be able to add restrictions.
b) Does HND work for the other devices on your home network?
c) Can you provide me with your router model and LELA version?
04-22-2009 08:56 PM
Thanks for your note.
In reply to your follow up questions:
a) my daughter's laptop does show up on the LELA map and this is where I made the change to the security policy but it didn't seem to take effect (using either Firefox or Opera on Ubuntu)
b) I tried HND with my iPod Touch and it worked as advertised...also another Windows laptop worked as well
c) Linksys WRT310-n and LELA version 3.11 (build 9082.90)
04-23-2009 11:11 AM
Can I get more details regarding your daughter's laptop? What type of restrictions are you placing (i.e. parental control category blocking and/or Safe Web Surfing)? So let's say you are trying to block social networking - are you saying that she's still able to go to facebook?
Is her laptop proxy'ing through another computer/port? or is it standard port 80?
04-23-2009 10:10 PM
Sure thing... I had configured her laptop using the "out of the can" restrictions of "Kids (Age: Under 13)
Her laptop is not going through any proxy; accessing via standard port 80 over wireless.