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    Chris Frost

    Are you inquiring whether or not IPv6 will work with your router? OpenDNS currently supports IPv6, please see this article for more information (https://support.opendns.com/entries/26056194-Does-OpenDNS-support-IPv6-). However, please note that content filtering will not be applied on IPv6 addresses. 

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    rotblitz

    If you want to use stuff like content filtering, stats, etc, then you'll have to disable IPv6, on the router or on the computer, because you currently cannot register an IPv6 address with your OpenDNS network, so they would not be able to associate your DNS lookups if coming via IPv6.

    From the manual http://downloads.linksys.com/downloads/userguide/1224701614608/MAN_WRT1900AC_8820-01897_RevA00_Comprehensive_EN.pdf:

    If you need further control over the type of content your employees or family access, you can create an account with an Internet filtering site such as www.opendns.com or www.bsecure.com. After you create an account with them, use their DNS in place of your ISP’s DNS.

    To use their DNS:
    • Log into Linksys Smart Wi-Fi. (See “How to connect to Linksys Smart Wi-Fi” on page 7.)
    • Under Router Settings, click Connectivity.
    • Click the Local Network tab.
    • Complete the Static DNS fields with the information provided by your content filtering provider.
    • Click OK.

    If there are more than two DNS entries, fill them all with using also 208.67.222.220 and 208.67.220.222.

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    staticlnx

    Boo... ok

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    staticlnx

    More and more this router pisses me off

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