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    mcmillinr

    For corporate use this does not exist - as a corporation - setting filter times would be a huge advantage. that way we could limit content during business hours but allow users to go to Facebook and other sites after a certain time and during lunch would be a great feature.

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    jammit

    I would like the OpenDNS team to explain why they are not prepared to consider developing a schedule-based solution independant of router brand.

    This feature would be very useful, people will pay you money for the feature - particularly those of us who cannot change routers easily. (I am locked into to an ISP IPTV service router).

    Simply saying we support through Netgear, and therefore won't develop separately only makes sense if you have entered an exclusive commercial agreement with Netgear to provide this very useful capability.

    If this is the case, many of us will need to take our business elsewhere.

    If not - then we'd like a proper explanation please. :(

     

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    rotblitz

    " take our business elsewhere."

    Fine.  As soon as you know a service offering what you expect, please let me know.  I may move too.

    "we'd like a proper explanation please. :("

    Didn't I mention it at several places?  Again, it's because of the local DNS caching.  The online changes simply wouldn't take effect due to the caching, and people like you came up again to complain about the feature not working instead of about the missing feature.  The next step would be to run another local program frequently flushing the caches or at least after online settings changes (scheduling events), making the service more complex and not to be handled by an average user, these being unhappy too and complaining here.  Endless disaster...

    So, simply continue to complain about a missing feature.  It's the easiest for all, for OpenDNS and for users like me...

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