To use the OpenDNS setting on your router you need to first create an OpenDNS account. If you already have an account you can enter your credentials into the OpenDNS login on the router. Don't have an account yet? That's ok, you can create an OpenDNS account here and follow the onscreen instructions. Additionally, if you're just getting started with the integration, watch Cradlepoint's video here for more information: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VamvWQFmSo
**IMPORTANT: If you are an MSP for Umbrella** do not use your MSP Administrator username and password for this authentication. That username and password is associated with your MSP Console and not with the customer (or child) organization you are configuring the device for. Either make sure that your account is also added as a local full administrator in the child organization or use an existing administrator account for that organization. You must have one unique administrator per child or customer organization.
Step 1: Log into the router's Setup Page. For help with logging in please click here.
Step 2: With some router models (ie: MBR95), it will be necessary to switch from Basic Mode to Advanced Mode via the toggle button beneath the Cradlepoint logo at the top left of the page.
Step 3: Click on the Network Settings tab then Content Filtering.
Step 4: Click on the Cloud Based Filtering/Security tab.
Step 5: Enter your Open DNS account information in the OpenDNS Account Information section.
Step 6: Enable OpenDNS ISP Filter Bypass Algorithm if desired.
Step 7: Click Apply to save the changes.
Configure filtering settings
Step 1: To configure your filtering settings for the device, you will need to log into your OpenDNS dashboard here: https://login.opendns.com. Devices will appear next to your networks and existing identities and can be modified with your Policy Settings.