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How do I disable safe surf?

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CR
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How do I disable safe surf?

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how do I disable safe surf?

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Hub Master

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

Once you have logged in using your HubID, you should be able to see HOME BROADBAND at the top left corner. Just below it, it would show you the picture of a modem and states MAXONLINE and a string of alpha-numerics. Click on that and you can disable your SafeSurf from there. When you are logged in, you would be able to see all these on the left bar already.

If you are having 2 MaxOnline connections, you would need to determine the correct MAC ID to disable this service. MAC ID can be found at the back or bottom of your physical modem. Either HFC MAC ID or CM MAC ID.
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Hub Master

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

Hey CR

 

You can disable it by logging in with your Hub ID on http://safesurf.starhub.com.

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CR
Respected Commentator

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

and once I have logged in then what?

Hub Master

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

Hi CR

 

After you have login, click on the MAC ID of your modem. You will be able to disable SafeSurf.

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CR
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Re: how do I disable safe surf?

when you say - "click on the MAC ID of your modem"...where is this...can be be more specific...

Hub Master

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

Once you have logged in using your HubID, you should be able to see HOME BROADBAND at the top left corner. Just below it, it would show you the picture of a modem and states MAXONLINE and a string of alpha-numerics. Click on that and you can disable your SafeSurf from there. When you are logged in, you would be able to see all these on the left bar already.

If you are having 2 MaxOnline connections, you would need to determine the correct MAC ID to disable this service. MAC ID can be found at the back or bottom of your physical modem. Either HFC MAC ID or CM MAC ID.
Smiley Happy ## Love does not die because of distance. It dies because of doubt. ## Smiley Happy
Any views expressed here are explicitly to the best of my knowledge and sometimes in my personal opinion and not necessarily in the views by Starhub.
CR
Respected Commentator

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

"Once you have logged in using your HubID, you should be able to see HOME BROADBAND at the top left corner. Just below it, it would show you the picture of a modem and states MAXONLINE and a string of alpha-numerics. Click on that and you can disable your SafeSurf from there. When you are logged in, you would be able to see all these on the left bar already."

 

Actually no..when Im logged on there is no HOME BROADBAND at the top left corner. Still no progress...frustrating.....

Hub Master

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

I am able to see mine there though.

 

Then again, another alternative, call in to 1633 and request for the service to be disabled for you. Fastest way. Smiley Very Happy

 

Smiley Happy ## Love does not die because of distance. It dies because of doubt. ## Smiley Happy
Any views expressed here are explicitly to the best of my knowledge and sometimes in my personal opinion and not necessarily in the views by Starhub.
Esteemed Commentator

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

I have the same problem. I logged in, deselected all categories as per the user guide and even set the parents password just in case I wanted to use it as a back door. But the status still remained. I couldn't log on to the intended website
Hub Master

Re: how do I disable safe surf?

Have you tried adding the website into the list of allowed websites?
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