Schedules allow you to control not only Internet access, but also home network devices. You can permit or deny Internet access to individual devices on a scheduled basis. Scheduling can be used as parental control to restrict children's daily Internet usage (e.g., prohibiting weekday access from 09-00 to 19-00 when parents are at work).
NOTE: Important! A schedule can only be set for a registered connected device in your home network.
Let's take an example of when you need to allow Internet access for a certain device only on weekdays (Mon-Fri) from 9:00 to 17:00. The rest of the time, access to the Internet will be closed.
Go to the 'Device Lists' page. Check that the connected device is registered in the router, otherwise register it. The device must be in the 'Registered devices' list.
Then, click on it in the list. A window with settings will appear, where in the 'Schedule' field select an already created schedule or click 'Add schedule' to create a new one.
When creating a new schedule, specify a name in the 'Schedule name' field (e.g. PC-1).
Next, select the areas corresponding to the work time, and leave the non-working hours unpainted (for example, from Mon-Fri 9-00 to 17-00).