The NETGEAR CG3000Dv2
This support article is based off the documentation provided by NETGEAR from the URL below:
LPC and OpenDNS
Currently the device is not supported with the NETGEAR Live Parental Controls integration to OpenDNS, this is based off the supported NETGEAR models for the LPC system (see URL below). The device also cannot be configured manually by supplying a primary and secondary DNS IP address.
What can I do?
There are a couple of options to explore:
1. Configure the computer's in your home manually using the steps at https://support.opendns.com/forums/21618384-Computer-Configuration. This will need to be replicated on each computer in your home; configuring one computer will not filter all the remaining devices.
2. Installing a second router compatible with either configuring the primary and secondary DNS servers or with the LPC (per the above support link). In general, the second router will act as a gateway to send your traffic to OpenDNS for filtering.
The Genie for NETGEAR routers
The new router may be operated by NETGEAR Genie, which is the official application for setting up the LPC with your OpenDNS account. Below are URL's for questions about the LPC, as well as how to set up OpenDNS manually via the Genie application.
Manual Setup: https://support.opendns.com/entries/41338174-Netgear-Genie-Web-Interface-Device-Configuration
All other routers
If you choose to use a different brand router for OpenDNS, no problem! We have documentation for many router models that will help you get configured and filtered in no time. The URL below will provide a list of routers, and generic steps, for configuring your device with our resolver IP addresses 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206.
When setting up a second router in your network, you want to make sure that the second router is the only device that your computers are connecting to. We advise changing the WiFI password for the CG3000 modem, so that your OpenDNS filters are not bypassed. On page 18 in the above support manual, it explains how to log into your modem and change the WPA password.