AT&T Router

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    cobalt-phoenix

    Maybe you forgot to flush your local caches after having configured OpenDNS, so you were served for some time with old content already having been visited before?
    https://support.opendns.com/entries/26336865

    "So now what should I do?"

    It's your choice...

    "Or has something changed and it's now going to work well?"

    If my assumption is correct, then your caches expired after a while (hours, days or weeks), and now you get served from anew, based on the results returned from OpenDNS.  You can test if you're using OpenDNS by visiting http://welcome.opendns.com/
    So yes, something has changed: your caches expired.

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    burbankelly

    Thank you, for the reply, cobalt-phoenix! Unfortunately, it's still not working. I tried the test link you provided previously and again today, also the test internetbadguys.com link and neither are working. I have read the AT&T routers won't allow OPENDNS to work but I'm just making sure before I have to make some big changes around here. Schools out tomorrow so I need to get this figured out! 

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    cobalt-phoenix

    But you said: "In between the two appointments OpenDNS magically started working!".  So it can't be your router...

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