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KimiaCo

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Hi
Do users have to use internet 2 hours a day to limit
It uses a total of 2 hours a day
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KimiaCo

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The software does not have this capability?
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KimiaCo

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It shows the time limit fixed
Example:
2 hours to 24 hours afloat
15 minutes + 20 minutes + 1 hour + 35 minutes = 2 hours - one day
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How do you define how long someone has been on the Internet? Is that only time spent downloading or also viewing pages? How does a firewall know how long someone has been viewing a page? What about cached information, does that count too?

If you define it as time spent downloading, are they responsible for advertising downloads? What about other web content that is continuously downloading without their explicit approval?

It sounds like you are asking for something that is terribly difficult to measure, if not impossible. You would be better off limiting the hours of access + amount of data that can be downloaded.
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KimiaCo

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The user can choose to exit the Internet use
The total amount of Internet users surf in cyberspace is
Kerio in part:
Domain and User Login >> Automatic login
Understands the user downtime, so it should be able to calculate the total amount
It is a simple matter to Kerio
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silars

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Automatic login is login only. There is no "logout". Therefore, you can't use that as a metric to calculate how long they have been online.

The only thing Kerio could do would be to monitor active connections and limit the number of HTTP sessions to a time limit. However, the probability of this reflecting the time metric you are expecting is near zero. Most connections are exceptionally short lived, matters of seconds for most page requests. A person could surf all day and likely not generate 2 hours of actual connection time.

There is one way this could work, though: if you are wanting their initial "login" to start the clock. Kerio could do this. The only thing is this person could not do 1 hour in the morning, then 1 hour before bed. You could try to do a "dead timer", where, after a certain period of time of no connections, you would consider them logged off. That would allow a morning and evening session, but some time would be lost (equal to the dead timer).

However, I'm not aware of any way to configure Kerio to do any of that.
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KimiaCo

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Well this is the right moment and I know that you
What's the solution?
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I would have to recommend that you make contact with a Control reseller in your area. You are asking for a fairly unique configuration that will require some assistance.

Personally, I don't see a solution for your situation. Keep in mind, I am not a Kerio employee and I only have a limited understanding of what you are trying to do.
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