Any way to terminate a single connection?

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by Pete7874, Dec 12, 2011.

  1. Pete7874

    Pete7874 Network Guru Member

    I go to QoS -->> View Details to see a list of all currently established connections to the router, but I can't take any action there. Is there a way to kick/terminate a single connection somehow in Tomato? I don't want to completely ban it. I just want to terminate it once, either manually or after a preset amount of time.

    Here is why: I've got an IP camera running with guest log-in credentials. The camera itself does not offer any way to monitor/manage who's currently viewing its video feed. I don't want the guest to be connected to it for too long in order to preserve bandwidth. So I want to be able to kick that user, either manually or automatically after a preset amount of time. I guess I could just reboot the camera, but I'm hoping there's another way...

    I know the user's IP and port which they're using. Is there some rule I can create in Tomato to kick them after some time? Some kind of firewall script maybe?

  2. mikester

    mikester Network Guru Member

    You can script it to give you exactly what you want or just limit access by time of day under access restrictions
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