Access control

Access control is a way of implementing an organization’s browsing policy by blocking or restricting access to specific websites, to inappropriate or adult content, or to sites that take up significant amounts of bandwidth.   Continue Reading →

Group rules

You can organize groups of computers or devices so that they have specific access permissions for connecting to the internet. You simply drag and drop the devices that you want to have the same access permissions into a group. Groups of computers can be identified by location, department, or functionality. Continue Reading →

Scheduled rules

Internet connectivity is more critical at certain times of the day and certain days of the week.  You can schedule particular groups of devices to have limited or blocked access during the busiest times of the day and reduce or lift those restrictions during weekends, holidays, or evenings. Continue Reading →

Bandwidth monitoring

You can see just how effective your various access control rules are at optimizing your internet connectivity.  This function shows how much bandwidth each computer or device is using in real-time as well as its bandwidth use history. This information can help you refine your access control rules to further optimize your network bandwidth. Continue Reading →

Clear documentation

The detailed installation instructions are designed to feel friendly and be easy to follow for non-native English speakers and non-technical users.   The documentation is accompanied by video guides so that you are guided through every step of the process. Continue Reading →

Hardware based

Using an EasyTomato router means that you don’t have to install any software on user devices.  Any device that connects to your network is automatically covered by the access control rules. EasyTomato runs on an Asus RT-N16 router which costs around $85 dollars, works on voltages ranging from 100v-240v (any country in the world), and is almost […] Continue Reading →

Advanced features

EasyTomato is built on Toastman’s Tomato, so it has all of the great features that this version provides, such as VPN client and server (both PPTP and OpenVPN), captive portal, network attached storage (NAS), print server, dynamic DNS, IPv6 support, VLANs, as well as an advanced HTML5 interface.   Continue Reading →