If are you are confused by the title, then here is a little bit of detail explaining on what I mean.
What I am trying to say was that I have two separate internal networks from one ISP (WLAN IP Address ISP) and OpenDNS automatically detects two routers within the ISP IP address.
Now I want OpenDNS to be disabled on one router, but however - when coming to block the two DNS addresses that OpenDNS use which are: 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206. Once blocked, it freezes the internet and disconnects all devices in both networks so I had to go through a solution to figure out what it was - and it turned out that the firewall which was enabled on the router to block the OpenDNS DNS address which forces the other router not to work.
So, I was in a panic that I need to fix the router, but finally did after 15 minutes.
I just want to know if there is a way to ignore the other router without the other one being switched off, is there a setting on the OpenDNS dashboard to ignore a router?
But in other cases, I have one solution to look in to which is to block the DNS address on the main router forwarding to the private router and see if this way works, I'll let you know if it does.
Much help and suggestions are much appreciated!
With best regards,
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