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December 12, 2007


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Bill Glick

OpenDNS is an excellent service. I've been using it for about 2 years and have been using their content filtering for about 6 months at various sites. It's simple, fast, and works.


is the content filtering only for wireless access?


As far as I can understand it, the OpenDNS content filtering can be setup for a wireless access point, an internet router, and/or a DNS server. It can also be setup for use on an individual PC. See the choices and instructions at https://www.opendns.com/start

Matt Farina

I'm an openDNS user and I use the filter. A couple things I've learned....

If you're using this to stop someone from accessing naughty content you need to not allow them to change the DNS settings on the computer they are using. If they are they can change to some other server DNS and the filtering is stopped. This matters if you have openDNS setup on your computer or router.

If you have a wireless router set it up on that. This means that any wireless laptop that signs onto the network will, also, have the filtering on it.

Just a couple thoughts. I'm an openDNS fan and user.

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