Web Content Filtering and Security

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    finestera

    You are trying to view inappropriate content.  Please do not try again!

    Contact your administrator (mom or dad).

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    rotblitz

    Excellent, as you can see, it works!

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    trezona

    Hello,

     

    I have just signed up with opendns as a home user. Please can you tell me where i can find the Web content and filtering settings?

     

    Clive.

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    rotblitz

    It's at your dashboard if you click the IP address of your network. If it is not there, you signed up for Premium DNS which does not come with content filtering. You'll want to open a support ticket to get it changed.

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    trezona

    Thanks very much. What is the correct package that i needed to select that will give me contect filtering?

     

    Clive.

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    trezona

    Thanks very much, ill open a support ticket.

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    dami599299

    How can I block all websites except one site ?

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    rotblitz

    You purchase OpenDNS Home VIP and activate whitelist-only mode.

    Alternatively, point the DNS to nirvana (e.g. 0.0.0.0) and add this one site to your local hosts file.

    Be aware that this stops updates with software patches and updates for AV and more as well.  Blocking everything but one site may not really be what you want.

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    haeger

    I have an education account type, and I can't see where I can see web content filtering. Is this because I have a free account?

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    rotblitz

    You registered for "Premium DNS" which does not come with content filtering. And OpenDNS Home with content filtering is free for home use only.

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    Chris Frost

    Looks like you're currently signed up for our Premium DNS service. The Home Basic service (which offers content filtering) is intended for home users. I would encourage you to contact our Sales Department through the contact form at (http://www.opendns.com/enterprise-security/packages-and-pricing/) if you're interested in content filtering.

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    Chris Frost

    Closing this post for comments. 

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