Aug 22, 2018 · Stil not satisfied and miss some individual websites? OpenDNS offers you to block individual websites from your WiFi network for free. Move to the next topic here for blocking individual websites with OpenDNS. Block Individual Websites with Open DNS. To block a website, you can use OpenDNS service to filter individual websites.

The problem was that your IP address was not registered with any OpenDNS network, especially not with yours ("id 0"), therefore your settings could not take effect. You had to update your network with your IP address information, e.g. by running an Updater. Deleting and adding your network does not help by itself. If not, then check that the OpenDNS resolver addresses are still configured where you configured them, and that no other resolver addresses are in use. Else if yes, then post the complete plain text output of the following command here: nslookup -type=txt . Jul 31, 2017 · OpenDNS blocks access to such websites. In order to test if the OpenDNS security settings are working OK, you can visit test website. It is a safe website that is used only for test purpose. If security is working, OpenDNS will block access to this test website. Test OpenDNS for Content Settings Jul 10, 2017 · The other option for an OpenDNS configuration is to change each client in your network, or you can change the DNS on your router, and Mom and Dad can configure their own computer with their ISP’s DNS server settings, or they can use Google’s public DNS servers ( and, to access the Internet unfettered.

OpenDNS dashboard and blocking did not work with IPv6 router. Their own Updater app–that’s supposed to see if my router’s dynamic IP address has changed, and then update my OpenDNS account with that info–doesn’t show an IP address for me/says I’m not “Using OpenDNS” when I have IPv6 turned on.

Author Topic: DIR-868L OpenDNS not working (Read 5068 times) derno. Level 1 Member; Posts: 4; DIR-868L OpenDNS not working « on: April 17, 2014, 03:16:45 PM Jul 01, 2017 · OpenDNS issues - solution to not working DNS IP address: and I had issues on OpenDNS and very frustrating as one day it was working hten another it would not! Re: DNS not working Post by TrevorH » Sat Jan 07, 2017 5:56 pm By knowing what your ISP provides or by using known public ones like opendns or google's

OpenDNS family shield not working. by msmkwj. on May 25, 2017 at 15:27 UTC. OpenDNS. 3. Next: Computers are getting old DNS entries from DHCP, should be Cisco

HI .I have a toshiba laptop with windows 7 , the enternet is connected but dns is not working .what to do now? This thread is locked. You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. helps you find whether the website you are trying to browse is down or not. Check if the website is down just for you or everyone around the globe. All you have to do is type the name of the website you want to check and a fresh site status test will be performed on the domain name in real time using our online website If is up but it's not working for you, you can try one of the following tips below. Refresh your browser. Force a full refresh of your browser page by clicking Ctrl + F5 at the same time. This should work on Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome. But to have a workaround on the first issue, I tried to add a custom Upstream DNS which is the OpenDNS Family Shield (, I have saved and restarted the dns service and even the system, but it still doesn't work according to opendns' test page. Again, I am not sure if those are issues or not. In addition, OpenDNS settings may not work if the tablet or phone is being used on a 3G/4G outside signal, such as if you are away from your wireless home router. The KidzSearch App will give you backup safety when this happens. It is also a lot simpler in case your are not able to configure OpenDNS on your device, even for home use.