How to manage network using a router?

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Can someone help me as how can I configure network using a Router?
Mar 22 in Cyber Security & Ethical Hacking by Sandeep
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Routers give you a built in console that gives you the liberty pf configuring the different kind of settings like security and data logging. You can restrict traffic and allow resources according to your needs. You can even restrict the different websites so that it is not accessible to your entire network.
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