Example: Configuring a Service to Be Available for a Specified Interval (C-Web Interface)
You can use an effective period for a schedule to make a service available to subscribers who log in during a specified time period. The following example shows how to configure a schedule to make a service available from 8 AM until 4 PM.
To make a specified service available from 8 AM until 4 PM:
Enter a unique name for the service schedule (for example, effectiveHours):
Click Configure, expand Services, and click Global.
The Global pane appears.
From the Create new list, select Schedule.
In the dialog box, type effectiveHours, and click OK.
The Schedule: effectiveHours pane appears.
In the Description box, enter a description for the schedule, and click Apply.
Enter a name for the schedule event (for example, availableTime):
From the Create new list, select Event.
In the dialog box, type availableTime as the name of the new Event, and click OK.
For the time, specify when the service is first available—8:00 AM—and for how long the service is to be available—480 minutes:
In the side pane, expand Event: availableTime, and click From.
The From pane appears.
Click the Create button and enter these values in the following boxes:
Enter a name for the action (for example, action-1), and specify activate for the Internet-Gold service:
In the side pane, click Event: availableTime.
The Event: availableTime pane appears.
From the Create new list, select Action.
In the dialog box, type action-1 as the name of the new Action, and click OK.
The Action: action-1 pane appears.
In the Service list, select Internet-Gold.
In the Type list, select activate, and click Apply.