OPEN DNS settings for all Wifi Networks on a device

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    rotblitz

    The home versions of OpenDNS are for networks you own, not for your devices in other networks.  That said, if you have configured OpenDNS resolver addresses on your router, then all connected devices are covered.  For everything else you must look for different products or services.

    Look, if you buy a car, you do not expect it to swim and fly too, do you?  Why do you expect OpenDNS Home to work outside your home then?

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    stevemillington67

    Wow take a chill pill..... I wasn't expecting opendns to do it... I was asking if anyone knows a way of doing this using the open dns dns settings. A no would have done.

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    rotblitz

    These two sentences, "I wasn't expecting opendns to do it..." and "I was asking if anyone knows a way of doing this using the open dns dns settings", are in contradiction.  You can use OpenDNS settings only if OpenDNS does it for you, i.e. if you're using OpenDNS.
    http://welcome.opendns.com/

    And no, a "no" would not really have done it.  It required some explanation, maybe not for you, but for other readers.  You're not alone here, and these threads should be good for common use.

    And no, I don't need a chill pill, because I'm not agitated.  The doctor said that I'm fine.  But thanks for the recommendation.

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    frasul

    Hi thanks for the explanation here. I have the exact same issue on needing to protect device outside of home network. Will amp for endpoints be a solution ? 

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