If you’re experiencing issues with your Netgear firewall blocking sites or services that you want to use, you may need to disable the block site feature. To do this, open the Netgear firewall’s main menu and select “Blocking/filtering.” Under “Block Sites,” uncheck the box next to “Enable Block Site Feature.”
What is a Netgear Block Site?
Netgear is a well-known brand when it comes to networking equipment. One of their most popular products is the Netgear Block Site. Netgear Block Sites are used to create a secure network. The Block Site uses a firewall to block certain websites from being accessed.
Netgear Block Sites are not working for some users. This problem started happening after the Netgear Block Site update on March 15th. Users are reporting that the sites they were trying to access (like Facebook) were not loading. Some users have even tried to contact Netgear but have had no luck. There are several theories as to why this is happening and no one knows for sure.
Some people think that Netgear is blocking these sites because of the recent security issues with Facebook. Other people think that Netgear is blocking these sites because they don’t want people using these sites on their network. Either way, there is currently no solution for this problem.
How to Fix a Netgear Block Site
If you’re experiencing problems with your Netgear router blocking certain websites, there are a few things you can try. Here’s how to fix a Netgear block site:
1. Check your internet connection. Make sure that your modem and router are both connected to the same internet service provider (ISP). If they’re not, try connecting them directly to each other using an ethernet cable.
2. Reset your router. This is the most common solution for fixing block sites issues. To reset your router, unplug it from the wall and plug it back in again. Once it’s powered on, press the reset button on the back of the router.
3. Clear your browser cache and cookies. This will help reset your web browser to its default settings and unblock websites that were previously blocked by your Netgear router. To clear your cache and cookies, open your browser and navigate to www.google.com/settings/chrome/advanced (or any other website you want to clear your cache and cookies from). Click on the “Clear browsing data” button under the “Privacy” heading.
4. Enable UPnP on your router. UPnP is
Why are Netgear Block Sites not Working?
Most people know that they can use a firewall to protect their computer from attacks by other users, but did you know you can also use a firewall to protect your computer from unwanted websites? Well, Netgear makes a great firewall for this purpose – called the Netgear Block Site. These are small programs that sit on your computer and block access to certain websites. While these Block Sites are very helpful for blocking specific websites, they have been known to stop working intermittently.
There are many possible reasons why a Block Site might stop working. The most common reason is that the website has changed its address and the Block Site hasn’t been updated yet. Another potential reason is that the website has been blocked by another security program or because it’s considered malware. However, the most likely cause of a Block Site not working is that it’s been blocked by your ISP. If your ISP blocks certain websites, then your Block Site won’t be able to access them.
If you notice that your Block Site isn’t working, there are several things you can do to try and fix the problem. You can try unblocking the site using an alternate DNS provider or contacting
If you’re experiencing problems getting access to your netgear block sites, there is a good chance that you are not using the correct port settings. Make sure to check out our guide on how to set up a netgear block site, and make sure that you are using the correct port number for your specific router. If all else fails, please feel free to reach out to us for assistance.
We would be happy to walk you through any troubleshooting steps that you need to take in order for your netgear block site installation to succeed.